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April 13, 2017

Escape Velocity (Valiant Knox #1) by Jess Anastasi #BookReview #ScifiRomance

Nearly a year and a half ago, Commander Kai Yang was captured and taken as a POW. His crew believe him dead, so when he escapes his dreadful prison and is picked up by a rescue team, no one is more surprised than Dr. Sacha Dalton, his lifelong friend. Kai clearly suffers from PTSD, even if he refuses to admit it, and there are some lines Sasha shouldn't cross, even if she does feel more for her wounded friend than she did for even his best friend—her husband. But more is brewing on the Valiant Knox than the storm between Sasha and Kai. Will Kai be able to regain the trust of his friends and crew before it's too late? Escape Velocity is one of those stories that is straight-up great, no [...]
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February 24, 2017

Too Wilde To Tame (Wilde Security #5) by Tonya Burrows #VideoReview #EarlyReview #BookReview

Army Ranger Greer Wilde has been off the grid for months, his apartment ripped apart and his family fearing the worst. When the oldest Wilde brother returns home, it's only to wrap up loose ends and then he's taking himself out of the picture so his brothers can live a normal, peaceful life without the shadow of the terrible things he's done to protect them. Former ballet dancer Natalie Taggart has faced down her own demons in her life, but she's found a way through the darkness, and she knows she can help Greer too. If only he will stay alive and let her in. This final installment in the Wilde Security series is poignant and heartbreaking, and addresses a very serious subject. While [...]
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June 26, 2016

Inseverable (Carolina Beach #1) by Cecy Robson #BookReview #BookoftheMonth

I rarely fall in love with a New Adult book—and both Trinity's (and her friends') age and life experiences put this story firmly in NA territory—but I couldn't stop reading Inseverable. The emotion is so well grounded and layered, the characters rich and believable, the conflict complex with just the right amount of hopelessness. Inseverable is a beautiful romance and a story worth dedicating a weekend to. Inseverable is the June 2016 GraveTells Book of the Month.
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March 3, 2014

Book Review: Hard As You Can (Hard Ink #2) by Laura Kaye

*** This review is spoiler-free! Read on with confidence! ***

One of the great things about a Laura Kaye story is you can always count on intense emotion without over-used cliques or boring predictability. Hard As You Can is a standout contemporary romance that honors its ex-military special forces heroes, representing these men in a way that feels realistic, respectful, and grounded. They’re not super heroes and they’re not perfect; they each have subtle character nuances and fit together as a functional tactical unit. Crystal, in the fine tradition of many of Ms. Kaye’s other memorable heroines, brings an alluring mix of [...]

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