Posts By: Lola

Review: The Right Move by Amy Sparling

Review: The Right Move by Amy Sparling

The Right Move (Mable Falls #1) by Amy Sparling Rating: 3 stars Genre: Contemporary Romance Blurb: A lost woman. A man hiding from his past. Finding each other will save them both. Four years ago, Olivia Westland dropped out of college to take care of her grandmother in the tiny town of Mable Falls. Now that Grandma has passed, she finds herself friendless, jobless, and with nowhere to go. An unlikely friend at her favorite bakery sets her up with a place to sleep for the night. Only it’s not just a bedroom in some random person’s house—it’s a room… Read more »

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Review: Good Luck Charm by Kellie McAllen

Review: Good Luck Charm by Kellie McAllen

Good Luck Charm (Holiday High Series #2) by Kellie McAllen Rating: 4 stars Genre: Contemporary Romance Blurb: Connor is Kerri’s good luck charm, but is he lucky enough to win her heart? Basketball star Kerri “Killer O’Connor” knows she’s bad luck, and she’s tried everything to keep it from ruining her life — a rabbit’s foot, a horseshoe, her dad’s lucky shirt — she’s never without one. When her dad gets hurt in a freak accident on Friday the 13th, Kerri is sure she’s to blame, but then a boy shows up wearing her father’s old sweatshirt, and Kerri’s luck… Read more »

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Sunday Post #273

Sunday Post #273

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share News. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blog. What happened this week? This was a pretty busy week. I had a blog tour start this week, I put two new review opportunities live, I worked on some social media posts for an author and I’ve been e-mailing with some authors about future tours. I also did a bunch of hours… Read more »

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Review: On the Hunt by Teyla Branton

Review: On the Hunt by Teyla Branton

On the Hunt (Imprints #2) by Teyla Branton Rating: 4 stars Genre: Paranormal Suspense Blurb: Why would a contented husband who has it all simply disappear? Police believe Dennis Briggs left home voluntarily, but his wife is convinced something sinister has happened. In desperation, she turns to Autumn Rain for help. Autumn has the extraordinary ability to read imprints—emotions left on objects that have special meaning to their owners, but what she discovers about the victim only leads to more questions. Autumn is equally confused by her conflicting feelings for the detective who treats her like a suspect and the… Read more »

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Review: Magic Born by Dyan Chick

Review: Magic Born by Dyan Chick

Magic Born (Dragon Mage #1) by Dyan Chick Rating: 3 stars Genre: Urban Fantasy Blurb: Morgan Drake has spent her entire life in the shadows. A rampaging dragon is about to change all of that forever. Morgan Drake wants as little to do with the magical community as possible. That’s why she gave up her official Mage roots to work for a Vampire crime lord. She has to make a living though, so she helps her boss uncover valuable magical objects. If she had any other skills, she’d leave the magical community forever and live in the human world, but… Read more »

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Sunday Post #272

Sunday Post #272

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share News. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blog. What happened this week? This was a pretty busy, but good week for the most part. I felt a bit tired a few days and hope I don’t get the flu that seems to be going around. I finished up the assistant work for my authors for this month and did some… Read more »

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Review: Wriggle & Sparkle by Megan Derr

Review: Wriggle & Sparkle by Megan Derr

Wriggle & Sparkle by Megan Derr Rating: 3 stars Genre: Paranormal Romance Blurb: Lynn is a kraken shifter in every way: detailed, tenacious, resilient, and hard-working. Also possessive, vain, arrogant, and demanding. It makes him an excellent agent for the Federal Bureau of Paranormal Security and Investigation—and impossible to work with, as the long list of partners who have transferred away from him will attest. His newest partner is a unicorn, possibly the worst type of paranormal for work that often turns ugly and violent. Everyone knows unicorns are too delicate for such things. Then Anderson proves to be a… Read more »

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