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Spotlight & Excerpt: The One You Can’t Forget by Roni Loren #BookReview
The One You Can't Forget by Roni Loren is as unforgettable as its name promises. A high-powered divorce attorney meets the down-on-his luck chef she helped his wife fleece in court when she's held at gunpoint. She's a survivor of a mass school shooting, and he's trying to put his life back together after falling into depression and addiction. Sound unique? It is. This story has weight. It touches serious, relevant topics and delves into the gray spaces of human fear, need, and doubt. Click to read my full review and an excerpt!
Vampire’s Faith (Dark Protectors #8) by Rebecca Zanetti #BookReview #Podcast #Interview
Vampire's Faith is the Dark Protectors reboot you've been waiting for! If you're new to Rebecca Zanetti's explosive vampire paranormal romance series, this book is a great point to jump in and start fresh. Click through to read my review and an excerpt from the book. PLUS, an exclusive podcast interview with Rebecca Zanetti!
Hedging His Bets (Brits in Manhattan #3) by Laura Carter #BookReview
Laura Carter's HEDGING HIS BETS is unexpectedly lovely. It explores the beauty in loneliness, the comfort in friendship. Through the polar-opposite voices of the two main characters, the author weaves a narrative of love, intimacy, friendship, loss, fear, hope... And growing up. It's a story you can sink into, get lost in. Read my review to find out why you should one-click this book!
Fighting For Everything (Warrior Fight Club #1) by Laura Kaye #BookReview
If you've ever read anything by Laura Kaye, you know her stories pack a hell of a punch. This is a friends-to-lovers romance, and Noah's journey in Fighting For Everything is intense and a little frightening. This series is going to be something special, so don't miss a single book of it.
You, Me & Her by Tanya Chris #BookReview #Polyamory
Don't judge Tanya Chris's You, Me & Her by its cover. This story has a lovely flow, a lyrical beauty that pulls you in right from the start. Tanya Chris's writing gave me the best feels, and I wanted to bundle up all the characters and snuggle them into bed with me. Tanya Chris has delivered an authentic, must-read story that stands out and demands attention in its own easy-going way. Click to read my full review!
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