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Book review: Chasing the Omega – Jessica Edwards (@JessEdwards1997)

  Alice never really felt she belonged in her school. She wasn't part of any of the cliques, but none of that really mattered. She had her best friend Sam, and she wanted nothing more. Her mother worked long hours as a nurse, and her father had left them, but she never felt alone thanks… Continue reading Book review: Chasing the Omega – Jessica Edwards (@JessEdwards1997)

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Book review: Nena – Ann Boelter

Nena knew the gods would one day choose a man for her, but at nineteen it seemed they were waiting. In earnest, Nena had no qualms about this delay. She loved her life as a warrior, the feel of a weapon in her hand, the thrill of battle. All the things she loved about her… Continue reading Book review: Nena – Ann Boelter

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Book review: Enlightened – Billie Kowalewski (@Enlightened31 )

Harmony is a student at the best school known in existence. It teaches life lessons and experiences. This school is known as Earth. Classes are sent to experience different lives, and learn from them. But while they are there they don't know any of this, they are simply living. This absence of recollection is thanks… Continue reading Book review: Enlightened – Billie Kowalewski (@Enlightened31 )

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Book review: Piggybacker – Mikki Noble (@missmikkinoble )

Marley had no idea what had happened. It was the first anniversary of her father's death, and life was starting to feel almost normal again. Then she was accused of trying to kill herself. She had no memories of that day, but she knew with certainty this could not be true. She would never try… Continue reading Book review: Piggybacker – Mikki Noble (@missmikkinoble )

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Book review: Borrego Moon – Kat Drennan (@KatDrennan )

Years had passed since Alex had removed himself from Lily's life. She had made something of herself. She was a hot-shot lawyer, and one of the partners in the firm was actively seeking her hand in marriage. He had proposed, but she had been unable to give an answer. When a body was uncovered back… Continue reading Book review: Borrego Moon – Kat Drennan (@KatDrennan )

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Book review: The Knowing – JB Straton’s Story – Brit Lunden (@caroleproman )

JB had known from the moment his eyes first met Ellie's that they were meant to be. His grandma had called what he experienced the knowing. He was drawn to her beyond anything he had before experienced. She was a rich Yankee, he a poor peanut farmer with only the promise of an unfulfilled dream… Continue reading Book review: The Knowing – JB Straton’s Story – Brit Lunden (@caroleproman )

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Book review: Alexa Padgett – Sweet Solace (@AlexaPadgett )

Dahlia had been with her husband Doug for what had seemed liked forever, committed to the vows she made to the musician as a teenager. Even if he didn't take them as seriously. He had betrayed her trust, hurt her, destroyed her in ways she didn't think possible, and that was before his diagnosis, things… Continue reading Book review: Alexa Padgett – Sweet Solace (@AlexaPadgett )

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Book review: Alix Nichols – The Traitor’s Bride (@aalix_nichols )

Major Areg Sebi dared to dream of a better life. Where people had access to level-two technology to make their quality of life and chance if equality better. He dared to voice this, his punishment was swift, swifter than any war criminal. First he was publically lashed, then  forced to confess to a crime he… Continue reading Book review: Alix Nichols – The Traitor’s Bride (@aalix_nichols )

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Book review: Eichin Chang-Lim, The Lovelock (@EichinChangLim )

Childhood devastation had brought together the two hearts of Violet and Dylan, reuniting them when the time was correct. They were the perfect match for each other, and a token of love, a lovelock, was shared between them. This token offers a memory of good times as fate once more separates the two lovers and… Continue reading Book review: Eichin Chang-Lim, The Lovelock (@EichinChangLim )

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Book review: Possessed by a Shadow by Ron Williams

Danielle doesn't know much about her father, only that he must have been a bad man. Her mother rarely spoke of him, only that he had hurt her. At the time she was too young to understand her conception had been the result of rape. On a visit to her uncle, her mother's brother, Danielle's… Continue reading Book review: Possessed by a Shadow by Ron Williams