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Book Review: Spellbinder by Thea Harrison

Spellbinder is book 2 in the Moonshadow trilogy by Thea Harrison. I absolutely loved the Elder Races series and this is a spin off of that series. You can read these books as a stand alone without any confusion but it was enjoyable for me to have the world building already established for me. I also really liked seeing names and characters popping up here and there that I recognized from the Elder Races. Continue reading “Book Review: Spellbinder by Thea Harrison”

Book Review: Bring Her Home by David Bell

I loved the opening lines of this book. Attention grabbing from the very beginning. Continue reading “Book Review: Bring Her Home by David Bell”

Book Review/Tour: Heart of the Steal by Avon Gale & Roan Parrish

Roan Parrish – who wrote the Middle of Somewhere series I love- and Avon Gale – who wrote the Scoring Chances series I adore and a ton of other books – teamed up and wrote a book! Male/Male romance seems filled with these amazing writing duo’s; Sarina Bowen & Elle Kennedy, Megan Erickson & Santino Hassell and now we can add Roan and Avon to this great list. Continue reading “Book Review/Tour: Heart of the Steal by Avon Gale & Roan Parrish”

Book Review: A Talent for Murder by Andrew Wilson

Having only read two of Agatha Christie’s books, I’m far from being an expert on her books or personal life. It came as a surprise to me that she disappeared for several days in 1926. That fact alone led me to request A Talent for Murder from NetGalley. Andrew Wilson takes Christie’s odd disappearance in 1926 and weaves a story around this still unsolved mystery.   Continue reading “Book Review: A Talent for Murder by Andrew Wilson”

Book Review: Resentment by Nicole London

This is an enemies-to-lovers book and I generally love those kinds of books. Dean and Mia were in love in High School until something made them fall extremely out of love to the point of pretty much hatred. It’s been 10 years now and they have to be around each other again. Continue reading “Book Review: Resentment by Nicole London”

Book Review: The Right Side by Spencer Quinn

What I thought was going to be the story of a wounded warrior and a dog finding a missing child was not that at all. Continue reading “Book Review: The Right Side by Spencer Quinn”

Book Review: A Stardance Summer by Emily March

Emily March takes me back to one of my favorite fictional towns in the latest edition of her Eternity Springs series. Continue reading “Book Review: A Stardance Summer by Emily March”

Book Review: My Roommate’s Girl by Julianna Keyes

If you haven’t read Julianna Keyes before, this is a great book to start with! It’s not part of a series, there’s no connections to any other books so it’s a great place to start with an excellent author. Continue reading “Book Review: My Roommate’s Girl by Julianna Keyes”

Book Review – Coach’s Challenge by Avon Gale

Coach’s Challenge is the next in one of my favorite series – the Scoring Chances series by Avon Gale. I’m a huge fan of hockey books (hello Sarina Bowen!) and a friend introduced me to Gale’s writing last year and since then I’ve devoured literally every single thing she has ever published. I’m not exaggerating when I say that all of them have been 4, 4.5, or 5 stars. So any time there’s a new one I’m there for it! Continue reading “Book Review – Coach’s Challenge by Avon Gale”

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