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Book Review - Blood and Magic by Ilana Waters

ABOUT THE BOOK Bloodseeker Titus isn't looking for trouble-just a quick meal, but when his path crosses with witch Abigail's that plan gets shot to Hades. Abigail is a member of the Paranormal Investigation Agency (PIA), a secret organization that can spell death to supernaturals.  Titus vows to stay as far away from her as possible.  But when Abigail suspsects a high-ranking PIA member of a monstrous plot, she vows to investigate.  For that, she needs Titus's special skills.   Against his will, Titus is swept into a world of exploding gas mains, lethal bird shifters, and sadistic vampire minions.  The only way out?  Uncover the PIA's murderous secret.  Which means going up against the power figure at the center of it all.  The only problems is, that person will stop at nothing to get what they want.  Even if that means destroying every supernatural in their path. REVIEW Blood and Magic is the first book of the Mage Tales Prequels series, and I would tell you th

Book Review - Hold Her Again by Shannon Stacey

ABOUT THE BOOK A country-music star returns home to win back the woman he loves in this charming holiday novella from  New York Times  bestselling author Shannon Stacey   Ava Wright isn't happy to see her high school sweetheart rolling into their hometown a few weeks before Christmas. He's only come back to bury his estranged father, but there's no way she'll be able to avoid him. No one can: he's become a country-music superstar since going solo and leaving Ava behind.  Jace Morrow grew up believing "money can't buy happiness" was something people said to make themselves feel better. But now he knows it's the truth: no matter how many number-one hits he has, he'll never recapture the magic of singing with Ava. Missing her—loving her—and living with making the wrong choice in life were what made him who he is.  When Jace is roped into being part of the town's annual Christmas party, he only cares about earning Ava's forgiveness

Book Review - Right Where We Belong by Brenda Novak

ABOUT THE BOOK New York Times  bestselling author Brenda Novak returns to Silver Springs with a moving story about rebuilding your life when you've got nothing left to lose  Savanna Gray needs a do-over. Her "perfect" life unraveled when, to her absolute shock, her husband was arrested for attacking three women. With her divorce settled, she takes her two children home to Silver Springs to seek refuge between the walls of the farmhouse where she was born. It needs a little TLC, but she's eager to take control of  something .  Gavin Turner understands the struggle of starting over. Abandoned at a gas station when he was five, it wasn't until he landed at New Horizons Boys Ranch as a teen that he finally found some peace. He steps up when Savanna needs help fixing things—even when those things go beyond the farmhouse.  Despite an escalating attraction to Gavin, Savanna resolves to keep her distance. She trusted her ex, who had a similarly tragic background

Book Review - Only for You by Melissa Foster

Love only works when your heart is in the right place.  Hers could be right next door… ONLY FOR YOU Sugar Lake #2 Melissa Foster Releasing Dec 5, 2017 Montlake Single mom Bridgette Dalton doesn’t have time to stop and smell the roses—not even in her own flower shop. But that doesn’t mean she hasn’t noticed Bodhi Booker. Her ruggedly handsome next-door neighbor would be the perfect candidate for a no-strings fling. Having loved and lost, Bridgette’s not ready to hand over her heart…but she could use a distraction. Bodhi has one rule: never leave anyone behind. As a special operative, he knows that each new mission is more dangerous than the last. He’s never made a promise of forever to a woman, not even to the beautiful widow who has him tied in knots. And if there were anyone who could tempt him into putting down roots, it would be Bridgette and her adorable son. But as his next deployment nears, they make a startling di

Book Review - Hard Headed by Kim Law (Free in Kindle Unlimited)

ABOUT THE BOOK Construction tip #1: Never anger a hot-tempered woman who knows how to wield a sledgehammer. And right now, Jill Sadler is spitting mad. Her company is competing on the wildly popular show  Texas Dream Home , and she intends to give it her all. The opposition: We Nail It Contractors, helmed by the man who once married her…and walked out twenty-four hours later. Jill can’t let Cal Reynolds take this round. Not when she has her foster sisters and years of righteous resentment spurring her on. Winning the contest would do wonders for Cal’s firm. Getting under Jill’s skin is just a bonus. She paints him as a villain, though Cal had no choice but to leave. Yet being around Jill again—fiery on the outside, vulnerable and warm underneath—is setting off sparks that can’t be blamed on faulty wiring. And the only way to fix the Jill-size hole in his heart is to risk everything and see if this love is built to last… REVIEW Kim Law creates a great world in this first book

Book Review - So Over You (The Chicago Rebels Series Book 2) by Kate Meader

ABOUT THE BOOK Three estranged sisters struggle to sustain their late father’s failing hockey franchise in Kate Meader’s sizzling Chicago Rebels series. In this second entry, middle sister Isobel is at a crossroads in her personal and professional lives. But both are about to get a significant boost with the addition of a domineering Russian powerhouse to the Rebels... Isobel Chase knows hockey. She played NCAA, won silver at the Games, and made it thirty-seven minutes into the new National Women’s Hockey League before an injury sidelined her dreams. Those who can’t, coach, and a position as a skating consultant to her late father’s hockey franchise, the Chicago Rebels, seems like a perfect fit. Until she’s assigned her first job: the man who skated into her heart as a teen and relieved her of her pesky virginity. These days, left-winger Vadim Petrov is known as the Czar of Pleasure, a magnet for puck bunnies and the tabloids alike. But back then... let’s just say his inability to