(Review): Up in Flames by Abbi Glines

For anyone who has read any of Abbi Glines’ Rosemary Beach series, you would be familiar with Nan. She’s tried to ruin many relationships and is generally a bit of a spoilt brat. She may be privileged in terms of material goods but when it comes to love and relationships – she’s seriously lacking. She …

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Helpful + (Un)Helpful Writing Advice (Guest Post by SJ Kincaid, author of The Diabolic)

  The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid has been one of my most anticipated reads of 2016. If you haven’t heard of this new epic YA novel, The Diabolic follows Nemesis, a humanoid created to protect one person no matter the circumstances. As part of a plan to save the life of her charge, Nemesis gets …

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Book Review: The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid

Nemesis is a Diabolic. A creature created for the soul purpose of protecting their person. When Sedonia, the person Nemesis exists for, is in danger Nemesis becomes her in order to save Sedonia’s life. But by becoming Sedonia, Nemesis is trapped in a world of politics and deceit. As she navigates the dangerous world of the …

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(Lone Wolf No More): Wolf’s Mate by Chantal Fernando

I have been loving Chantal Fernando’s Wind Dragon series so far. When I was at a bookstore last month I had a bit of a difficult decision to make. Should I buy the next one I am up to in the series (Rake’s Redemption, Wind Dragons #4) or do I skip ahead and read about one …

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Review: Until Friday Night by Abbi Glines

Until Friday Night is the first book in Abbi Glines’ The Field Party series featuring footballers, cheerleaders and the game which brings the whole town together. With this new series being aimed at a slightly younger audience than her bestselling new adult series, Sea Breeze and Rosemary Beach, I was curious to see what Abbi would …

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(YouTuber in Book Form): Follow Me by Ricky Dillon

I should probably start this review by pointing out a few things. I don’t really watch YouTube. I use it for K-Pop music videos and for learning how to fix a leaky taps without having to call a plumber. The YouTube personalities I’ve seen on TV shows like The Amazing Race tend to irritate me. …

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(Intrigue in Ireland): Chasing River by K.A. Tucker

K.A. Tucker is an expert at delivering compelling stories which entwine mystery, drama and romance. Chasing River is a perfect example of that! Wanting to explore the world and see what life is like outside of her small town, Amber Welles is ready for her European adventure. An adventure she wasn’t expecting to cost her …

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(Alpha and Loving it): Tracker’s End by Chantal Fernando

Chantal Fernando delivers another red hot biker romance in Tracker’s End. Good girl Lana is the sweet, innocent one. Tracker is the big bad biker boy with all the tattoos that go along with being a member of the Wind Dragons Motorcycle Club. But what they have in common is intense attraction. Conflicted between wanting to protect …

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Book Review: Before We Were Strangers by Renee Carlino

Before they were strangers, Matt and Grace were friends. And then maybe something more. But then something happened and now they haven’t spoken in fifteen years.  After a chance sighting on a subway platform, Matt reaches out to Grace in the form of a missed connection ad and it is from there we get to …

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(Let’s Go Down to Texas): When You’re Back by Abbi Glines

After surviving a long distance relationship, meddling siblings and her traumatic past, Reese Ellis has got her man and the future is looking good. She and boyfriend Mase Colt-Manning are madly in love and ready to start the next chapter of their lives in Texas. But things are never that easy. Mase’s cousin sees Reese …

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