Review: The Chosen One Universe: Vol Two by Macy Blake

Rating: 4.75🌈 The second volume of Chosen One books is where I realized they weren’t being grouped according to series but in a reading order. Series broken up and interspersed with each other, along with single stories, to give the overall Chosen One plot arc a flow with the characters, relationships, and events as they… Continue reading Review: The Chosen One Universe: Vol Two by Macy Blake

Review: The Bachelor and the Cherry (Campo Royale #2) by V.L. Locey

Rating: 5🌈 The Bachelor and the Cherry is one of my favorite V.L. Locey stories. It also takes place in a series and universe that’s shaping up to be up among the very top of those as well. Which is pretty amazing, considering how much I adore her hockey series and romances. But the Campo… Continue reading Review: The Bachelor and the Cherry (Campo Royale #2) by V.L. Locey

Review: Got Me Thinking (Vet Shop Boys #4) by Casey Cox

Rating: 4.5🌈 Got Me Thinking, fourth book in Casey Cox’s terrific Vet Shop Boys series, is a very sweet,low angst, contemporary romance. Chase Higgins is the vet who’s life has just had a complete life upheaval, after a long period of stress, and a inability to conceive children in a dying marriage. It was finally… Continue reading Review: Got Me Thinking (Vet Shop Boys #4) by Casey Cox

Review: An Iron Fist (Arcane Hearts #3) by Nazri Noor

Rating: 4.5 🌈 An Iron Fist, third novel in Nazri Noor’s Arcane Hearts series, gives us a greater sense of Jackson Pryde and Xander Wright ‘s growing relationship as well as each character’s individual growth. Jackson continues to learn more about his heritage from hidden vids his deceased parents left within the family’s AI .… Continue reading Review: An Iron Fist (Arcane Hearts #3) by Nazri Noor

Review: Security Detail By B. A. Tortuga

Rating: 3 🌈 Security Detail is one of Tortuga’s Cozy Romances and a side story to her last book, Trial By Fire. That was a romance between a Texas rodeo cowboy and an Australian one, both from rich families with a stake in a child left a orphan when the parents, siblings of the main… Continue reading Review: Security Detail By B. A. Tortuga

Review : A Touch of Fever (Arcane Hearts #1) by Nazri Noor

Rating: 4🌈 A Touch of Fever is the first story in the Arcane Hearts series by Nazri Noor. He’s a new author for me and I’m definitely going to look forward to more from him in the future. I enjoyed my time with these characters and this universe. Noor does an excellent job creating a… Continue reading Review : A Touch of Fever (Arcane Hearts #1) by Nazri Noor

Review: How to Hack a Hacker (Unholy Trifecta #3) by A.J. Sherwood

Rating: 4.5🌈 How to Hack a Hacker , the story where K, aka Kyou, is finally forced into getting his happily ever after. It’s also the series finale and an excellent one. Kyou has been somewhat of an enigmatic character. Now his background is exposed, the reasons for his cyber stalking of Brannigan revealed here.… Continue reading Review: How to Hack a Hacker (Unholy Trifecta #3) by A.J. Sherwood

Review: How to Steal a Thief (Unholy Trifecta #2) by A.J. Sherwood

Rating: 4.5 🌈 How to Steal a Thief switches the spotlight to the thief of our found family, now that our assassin has his HEA, that’s Carter aka Smiley the merc, and daughter Remi happily in hand. It’s now time for Ivan Azarov, aka Eidolon which means specter or phantom, a perfect code name for… Continue reading Review: How to Steal a Thief (Unholy Trifecta #2) by A.J. Sherwood

Review: How to Shield an Assassin (Unholy Trifecta #1) by A.J. Sherwood

Rating: 4.5🌈 When I find a author I love , I’m like someone who’s been given a wonderful gift! So it’s with an unbridled enthusiasm that I attack everything in their catalog! That’s the manner in which I came upon A.J. Sherwood’s Unholy Trifecta series! Honestly I wish I had more control because I binge… Continue reading Review: How to Shield an Assassin (Unholy Trifecta #1) by A.J. Sherwood

Review: Fluke and the Faithless Father (Fantastic Fluke #2) by Sam Burns

Rating: 5 🌈💫 After reading The Fantastic Fluke I had to immediately go to the next in the series to see what happens next. Imagine how surprised I was to find this (and probably all the other books) flow seamlessly from one to another. The beginning here is exactly the last paragraphs of the ending… Continue reading Review: Fluke and the Faithless Father (Fantastic Fluke #2) by Sam Burns