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REVIEW: Touch of Promise by Autumn Reed

Mini Reviews of books 1 & 2   Touch of Regret I’m a huge fan of Autumn Reed (see my gushing over The Stardust Series, which she wrote with Julia Clarke) and I’m pretty sure I downloaded this book the minute I found out it went live, lol. Of course, I slacked on the reviewing […]

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BLITZ: Skater Boy – Mary Catherine Gebhard

  Title: Skater Boy Series: Patchwork House #1 Author: Mary Catherine Gebhard Genre: Young Adult/Sport Romance Release Date: April 25, 2019 Blurb Rebels. Misfits. Bad boys who rule the streets. Everyone’s welcome at the worst kept secret in town, just as long as you don’t mind getting your reputation—and your heart—a little dirty. Welcome to […]

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Overture – Skye Warren

This book … This is taboo, sexy, older man/younger woman at its finest. I was enthralled from the first page. Samantha is a violin prodigy who was taken into Liam’s custody six years ago. Samantha’s slight crush on the ex-soldier steadily grows into feelings far deeper as she reaches adulthood, but Liam is determined to […]

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Finding Home – J.C. Valentine

When I first started reading this book, I wasn’t a big fan of Vivian. She was uppity and spoiled, and I wasn’t a big fan of her personality. Now, I love J.C.’s writing, so I read on nervously, hoping I would warm up to her heroine. Thankfully, I did. At first, Vivian’s character comes across as […]

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Society of Wishes – Elise Kova & Lynn Larsh

This was such a cool book. The authors took the concepts of magic and the afterlife and completely reinvented both to create a thoroughly unique and fascinating world unlike any other I’ve ever read. The book held my attention and made me desperate to learn more about this mysterious society. The main character, Jo, is an […]

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Starstruck – S.E. Anderson

This was a unique perspective on the whole “aliens walk among us” trope. I’ve gotta say, it’s definitely one of my favorites for how it’s presented. The aliens aren’t what I expected, especially the hero of the story. The author takes what you have come to expect from this genre and turns it into a […]

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