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Review: Veer (Clayton Falls #2) by Alyssa Rose Ivy

After the death of her mother, and her falling grades at law school, Becca needs a break. And what better way to spend Summer vacation than in Clayton Falls, North Carolina - home to her best friend Molly? Before she even makes it into town however, Becca's ca…

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Review: Derailed (Clayton Falls #1) by Alyssa Rose Ivy

Devastated after her fiance's sudden suicide, Molly makes a life-changing decision. She drops out of Law School, and moves back to the house she grew up in. Clayton Falls, North Carolina is your typical all American small town, where everyone knows everyone else.…

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Book Tour & Review: Too Good To Be True by Christy McKee

NOTE: I received a complimentary copy of Too Good To Be True in return for my honest review. This does not in any way reflect upon my review. All thoughts/opinions of this novel are 100% my own. Gabrielle March has always known her place in the world and it is c…

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The Angel (The Original Sinners) by Tiffany Reisz

Best selling erotica author (and world famous Dominatrix) Nora Sutherlin is doing something she never would have thought possible. She is hiding. While her owner, and lover, Søren, has reporters breathing down his neck due to a potential promotion (one that his fetis…

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Review: A Song After Dark by Grant Palmquist

Norman is your typical "outcasted" high school student. He has no friends, no social life, and lives under the thumb of his over-bearing father. So when he meets Zach, he thinks he's won the lottery. Zach opens up a whole new world for him, a world of …

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Correctional Officer Paul Constantine is plagued by an unfulfilled life. His wife is a drunk, and nothing he does can ever be right in the eyes of his father-in-law. When his childhood friend Roy Pellerin is brought into the prison where he works on the charge tha…

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Review: Trial and Terror by Adam L. Penenberg

What is the only bad thing that can come about a public defender winning their first case? The knowledge that their client is guilty. Unfortunately for Summer Neuwirth the case involving the brutal rape and kidnapping of a young woman hits too close to home, and wh…

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High school student Aaron Stevens accidentally stumbles upon the hiding spot of five million dollars, money recently stolen from the Pineville bank. Whilst in hiding, he becomes an eyewitness to the murder of one of the robbers, and finds the money in the process. Af…

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Stranger: A death valley mystery by Melissa M Garcia

Ex-con Alex Delgado and her brother Ric have left California for a new start in a small town in Nevada, where they believe they will finally be safe from the ghosts of their pasts. Taking over operations (and ownership) of the Death Valley Motel, the siblings believ…

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Fireproof by Eric Wilson

From Goodreads: Inside burning buildings, Captain Caleb Holt lives by the firefighter's adage: Never leave your partner. Yet at home, in the cooling embers of his marriage, he lives by his own rules. Growing up, his wife Catherine always dreamed of marrying…

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Review: The Hoard by Alan Ryker

When an accidental fire breaks out in a Kansas prairie plagued by drought, no one thinks anything of it. But what they don't realize is that underneath the piles of trash, a new organism has been holed up, waiting. The fire drives the new organism out, and into …

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Review: Unintended Consequences by Marti Green

Nineteen years ago, in Indiana the body of a female child was found buried in the woods in Indiana. The child was burned to the point that not only was she unrecognizable  but there was no hope in identifying her through fingerprints either. After a lengthy invest…

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Review: The Road to Nowhere by Lee Argus

A man awakes from a coma in an abandoned hospital. His amnesia leaves him full of unanswered questions. As he tries to piece together his lost past, a few dim memories resurface, leaving him with more questions than answers. After leaving the hospital, the journey …

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Wideacre by Philippa Gregory

Beatrice Lacey, the strong willed, gorgeous red-headed daughter of the Squire of Wideacre, refuses to conform to the customs of her time. Realizing that upon her marriage, she is destined to lose not only her family name, but the only thing she has ever loved (Wideac…

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In the days following the death of Al-Queda leader Osama Bin Laden, a Saudi-born diplomat is ruthlessly gunned down in New York; a bomb rips apart historic Downing Street in London; in Paris the French President is assassinated while spear-heading a NATO summit; and …

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The Siren by Tiffany Reisz

Author Nora Sutherlin is famous for her erotica novels, each one selling more copies than the last. But her latest work of fiction is different, and she is certain this will be the book that breaks all her other records, if that is, she can get it published. Britis…

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Severed Threads by Kaylin McFarren

After her father is killed in a fatal diving accident, Rachel Lyons can remember only one thing: the fight they had shortly before. Her guilt drives her away from the world as a whole, and into what she believes is a safe position, working in the grants department of…

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Little Red Riding Crop by Tiffany Reisz

Poor Nora is in dire need of a vacation. She might be the one of the most well known Dominants in the business, but her boss Kingsley, never gives her a day off. After Nora is arrested, and Kingsley must come and fetch her from the police station, they strike a tempt…

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Jimmy (Red, Hot & Blue #3) by Cat Johnson

My Rating: 4 out of 5 stars From Goodreads:  Social butterfly and a soldier in the Special Forces—a match made in…bed. Red Hot & Blue, Book 3 Special Forces gave Jimmy Gordon the undercover skills of a chameleon, but nothing prepared him for Amelia Monroe…

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Season of Lies by Monica Shaughnessy

Suspected of killing her brother Martin, 17 year-old Robin Callowey is locked in a mental institution and forced to admit a bizarre secret: she can talk to animals. Blessed (or Cursed as she believes) with the ability to hear, see, and smell what others cannot, she c…

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50 Shades Darker by E.L James

My Rating: 3 out of 5 stars After taking so long to get through Fifty Shades of Grey, I must admit, I was hesitant to begin this book so soon after finishing the other. However, I felt it was important to do just that while the characters were still fresh in my mi…

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Mirror of Shadows by T. Lynne Tolles

Ella McKaye has always been close to her Grandmother. So when she passes away, Ella is devastated The funeral is barely over when she finds out that in addition to a large monetary inheritance, she has also inherited a rundown Mansion named Grey Manor. A Mansion that…

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50 Shades of Grey by E.L James

My Rating: 2.5 out of 5 Ahhhh… 50 shades of Grey. It seems like this book has been the subject of many reviews, both positive and negative in recent months. In fact, you can hardly ask anyone to recommend a book these days without having this particular trilogy b…

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