Posts Tagged: 2019 New Release Challenge

Review: The Good, The Bad and the Dad by Jaxon Knight

Review: The Good, The Bad and the Dad by Jaxon Knight

The Good, the Bad and the Dad (Fairyland Romances #4) by Jaxon Knight My Rating: 4 stars Genre: Contemporary Romance Age Category: Adult Type of romance: Polyamory Blurb: Haru is a single dad, a widower, doing his best to balance his career and raising his little girl, Minako. Thankfully Fairyland theme park is a haven for both of them. However, when both a prince and a pirate start courting Haru, his balancing act gets a lot harder… Cillian plays a pirate at Fairyland theme park and he loves playing the rogueish character in and out of work hours. The last… Read more »

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Review: Dear Writer, You Need to Quit by Becca Syme

Review: Dear Writer, You Need to Quit by Becca Syme

Dear Writer, You Need to Quit (QuitBooks for Writers #1) by Becca Syme My Rating: 5 stars Genre: Non-fiction/ self publishing/ self-help Blurb: If you’re here, you’ve likely read more than one book about writing process and productivity before and yet, you’re still looking for the “real truth” or the “next big thing.” If you’ve tried other programs, and nothing has worked for you, have you ever wondered why? This book can help explain the “why.” What this book is not: It is not a list of tips and tricks to get “more productive” or “be a better writer”. There… Read more »

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Review: Street Smart by Teyla Branton

Review: Street Smart by Teyla Branton

Street Smart (Imprints #6) by Teyla Branton My Rating: 4 stars Genre: Paranormal Suspense Age Category: Adult Type of romance: MF Blurb: What secrets lurk behind the innocent smiles? When a lady biker vanishes two days before her planned wedding anniversary ride, Autumn Rain dons her leather jacket and goes undercover to investigate. Police are sure the husband is responsible, but Autumn’s ability to read emotions and experiences imprinted on certain objects gives her a different take. Meanwhile Autumn’s fiancé, homicide Detective Shannon Martin, is investigating a series of murders and also needs Autumn’s unusual talent. Soon Autumn is heading… Read more »

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Review: The Mousse Wonderful Time of Year by H.Y. Hanna

Review: The Mousse Wonderful Time of Year by H.Y. Hanna

Merry Christmas to everyone’s who celebrates it! For today’s post I decided to go with a Christmas themed book for review. This cozy mystery had a large focus on Christmas festivities and it was a fun way to learn more about a British Christmas. I hope you all have a wonderful day! The Mousse Wonderful Time of Year (Oxford Tearoom Mysteries #10) by H.Y. Hanna My Rating: 4 stars Genre: Cozy Mystery Age Category: Adult Type of romance: MF Blurb: Tearoom sleuth Gemma Rose is looking forward to a holiday filled with delicious Yuletide treats, time with friends and family,… Read more »

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Review: The Queen’s Advantage by Jessie Mihalik

Review: The Queen’s Advantage by Jessie Mihalik

The Queen’s Advantage (Rogue Queen #2) by Jessie Mihalik Narrated by Rachel Dulude My Rating: 4 stars Genre: Science Fiction Romance Age Category: Adult Type of romance: MF Blurb: When Queen Samara Rani fulfills the promise she made to Emperor Valentin Kos to visit his court and meet with his advisors, she knows they won’t welcome her with open arms, especially when she’s been tasked with discovering the traitors within their ranks—traitors she tricked out of five million credits. As soon as Samara begins her investigation it becomes clear that Valentin’s advisors want her gone and they aren’t picky about… Read more »

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Review: The Carnelian Fox by Kay MacLeod

Review: The Carnelian Fox by Kay MacLeod

The Carnelian Fox (Maiyamon #1) by Kay MacLeod My Rating: 4 stars Genre: Fantasy/ Gamelit Age Category: Young Adult/ New Adult Type of romance: MF Blurb: Monsters don’t exist. At least, they didn’t until we created them. Maiyamon was once merely a game. Now it’s a global reality. After dozens of hit monster collecting games raked in billions of credits per year, it was inevitable someone would create real ones. Unfortunately, it wasn’t so obvious how many people would dump them in the wild… Sam Wentworth grew up with nothing. She’s worked tirelessly just to get through college and earn… Read more »

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Review: Wolf’s Bane by Kelley Armstrong

Review: Wolf’s Bane by Kelley Armstrong

Wolf’s Bane (Otherworld: Kate & Logan Book 1) by Kelley Armstrong My Rating: 4 stars Genre: Urban Fantasy Age Category: Young Adult Type of romance: MF and maybe some MM, not clear yet who Logan’s love interest will be Blurb: Summer camp is a traditional teenage rite of passage, but when you add supernatural powers to the typically high dosage of adolescent hormones – you get an even more combustible mix. Sixteen-year-old werewolf twins Kate and Logan Danvers are none too thrilled at being shipped off to a supernatural youth leadership conference in West Virginia. From the moment they arrive… Read more »

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