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Twist – Book Review

 

Twist (Dive Bar #2) by Kylie Scott

 

SYNOPSIS

When his younger brother loses interest in online dating, hot, bearded, bartender extraordinaire, Joe Collins, only intends to log into his account and shut it down. Until he reads about her.

Alex Parks is funny, friendly, and pretty much everything he’s been looking for in a woman. And in no time at all they’re emailing up a storm, telling each other their deepest darkest secrets… apart from the one that really matters.

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Bargain Book of the Week – Promise Me Love

 

This series highlights cheap, free, or discounted books to give you, dear reader, the most options on what to read.

$0.99

Fast-paced suspense meets sweet romance in this touching and tender clean love story.

Interior designer Chloe Kensley tries to put her life back together after her fiancé, Dan, is killed. But that’s not easy, considering she’s seeing his ghost. Is she imagining things, or is Dan reaching out to her?

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Pretty Fierce – Book Review

 

Pretty Fierce by Kieran Scott
Published by Sourcebooks Fire on April 4, 2017
Genres: Fantasy & Supernatural, Romance, Thriller & Suspense
Pages: 320
Format: Kindle
Source: Netgalley
Four Stars

Kaia has been on the run her whole life. The daughter of professional assassins, she knows true danger—and she’ll do anything to survive. After her parents vanished during a job gone bad, Kaia’s spent the last year in hiding, trying to blend in as an ordinary teenager, and there’s no one who makes her feel more normal or more special than her boyfriend, Oliver.
But when she’s jumped by a hit man, and Oliver catches her fighting back, Kaia’s secret is exposed. In a split-second decision, she flees the small town, taking Oliver with her. With professional killers stalking their every move, can Oliver and Kaia protect each other long enough to uncover the mysteries of her past?

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All Romance Reads is open for authors to advertise their books. I’m also accepting advertisements on The Book Review Directory and A Writer’s Path.

I’m an author, and I know firsthand how difficult it can be to get the word out about your book. If you’re frustrated with your book sales, consider advertising here.

For those of you who are authors, indie or traditionally published, there is an option to advertise your book here on this website. There are several options, including the sidebar book cover images that you see on either side of this post.

For more information, check out the advertising info page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read My Lips – Book Review

Read My Lips

 

Read My Lips (A College Obsession Romance) by Daryl Banner
on January 1st 1970
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Summary

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I ran away from the glitz and privilege of my famous New York City family to this small-town Texas college to find myself. I didn’t expect to find him…
…the muscular, tatted bad-boy who would soon become my obsession.

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Her Mad Hatter – Book Review

Her Mad Hatter

 

Her Mad Hatter

(Kingdom #1)

Author: Marie Hall

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Pages: 129

Genre: Romance, Fantasy, Paranormal, Adult Fiction, Erotica, Magic, Retelling, Fairy Tales

Review: So I found this series through a list on Goodreads and because it involved the Mad Hatter and a version of Alice in Wonderland, I could not pass it up.

This is a work of Adult Fiction/Erotica so it is exactly what the genre says it is.

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Bounty – Book Review

Bounty

 

Bounty (Colorado Mountain, #7) by Kristen Ashley
on April 18th 2016
Pages: 635

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Justice Lonesome has enjoyed a life of bounty. Even so, she’s inherited the curse of the Lonesome. A poet’s soul. Which means she’s still searching for something. Searching for peace. Searching for the less…that’s more.

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