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Book review: Awoken – Billie Jade Kermack (@BKermack_Awoken)

Grace had been lost in despair since her father's death. Happiness something so far beyond her reach she no longer recalls how it feels. That was until Beau came into her life, this beautiful stranger captured her heart from the moment she first laid eyes on him, he had a way of easing her pain,… Continue reading Book review: Awoken – Billie Jade Kermack (@BKermack_Awoken)

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Book review: The Sensorians: Trust – Brigitte Morse-Starkenburg (@BrigitteMorseS1)

With her father threatening to overthrow the Sensorian way of life, Eli knew it would take more than words to prove her loyalty. She endured her punishment but it made little difference, and the month isolation had been one of the hardest months she had ever had to endure. With family bonds being so powerful,… Continue reading Book review: The Sensorians: Trust – Brigitte Morse-Starkenburg (@BrigitteMorseS1)

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Book review: Lucid Dreams – Ocean Bloom

Bjorn thought things couldn't get any worse. He lost his job after his arse of a boss threw him under the wagon for something he had warned him would happen, his mother committed suicide, and his savings were slowly draining away as he spiralled into a world of sleeping pills and alcohol. He wasn't sure… Continue reading Book review: Lucid Dreams – Ocean Bloom

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Book review: Chris Rush – 13 Dead (@ChrisRush101)

There was a rule passed down from generation to generation. Never, ever, venture into into the woods outside Coolgreany. But when things start to go wrong for Danny, and the old outcast is spotted on the borders of the forest, he is certain this figure is behind his hardship. Just as his father did, Danny… Continue reading Book review: Chris Rush – 13 Dead (@ChrisRush101)

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Book review: Jane Gundogan – Salep and Ginger

Ginger Knox loved rom-coms, so when one new year's eve the man of her dreams swept her off her feet with a simple hello she thought he was her forever. She moved her whole life for him. And in return he moved his PA, right into their bed. Heartbroken, and alone she tries to rebuild… Continue reading Book review: Jane Gundogan – Salep and Ginger

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Book review: Witch’s Return – Sionna Trenz

Sonya had been torn from her home at the height of tragedy. Ripped from the place and people she loved and every time she tried to make her way back her path was blocked. But finally she made it. But Sonya finds more than just her childhood home waiting for her. Friends of old and… Continue reading Book review: Witch’s Return – Sionna Trenz

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Book review: Simone Beaudelaire – Polar Heat (@ladychkara)

The moment Russ' path crossed with Riley's he knew she was special. This shy, timid creature had captivated him from the moment she slipped into his plane, and she was all he could think about. But there was a danger with his pull to her. She was human, and while he was not accepted fully… Continue reading Book review: Simone Beaudelaire – Polar Heat (@ladychkara)

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Book review: Victoria Philips – Five Days in March (@LisaVProulx)

From the moment he laid eyes on her Wren knew Sparky was his forever. He would never love more deeply or truly, and yet if there was one thing always missing, preventing this great romance that was written in the stars, it was timing. Too soon, too late, but never right. Even when the right… Continue reading Book review: Victoria Philips – Five Days in March (@LisaVProulx)

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Book review: Danny Bell – Playing Dead (@ElanaRuthBlack)

Chalsarda has a past darker and more haunted than most, but the past was behind her. Now she could look to the future, or she could, until history came knocking. The very person who betrayed her strikes at her weakness again, this time threatening the life of her apprentice unless she does something for him.… Continue reading Book review: Danny Bell – Playing Dead (@ElanaRuthBlack)

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Book review: C.A. King – Shattered Reality (@PortalProphecy)

Mudesa Black worked hard to get where she was. She helps people with their problems, hiding her own demons and secrets. She didn't believe in magic, but insanity, that was something she understood. Her parents had conditioned her to the point she couldn't even look in a mirror. They thought magic was real, but the… Continue reading Book review: C.A. King – Shattered Reality (@PortalProphecy)