Tag: organised crime

Captivated by Bethany-Kris

Captivated by Bethany-Kris

Captivating! Joe Rossi is a man who swept me up with his charm from the moment he appeared on the page. A man who knows his place and shows respect without a second thought at the same time as projecting a fearless persona to all he meets regardless of their… Read more »

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Sinning in Vegas by Sam Mariano

Sinning in Vegas by Sam Mariano

Sinning in Vegas kicked off brilliantly. I was buzzing after promising myself I would stick to my reading schedule for the week. It took me about four hours to weaken and take just a sneak peek before bedtime. Before I knew it I was hooked and didn’t stop reading until… Read more »

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Iris. by London Miller

Iris. by London Miller

Wow! A smile moved over my face as I read the first few lines of Iris. I knew instantly I was in for another great read from London Miller! The strong start helped bridge the gap between reading Syn. and waiting for Iris. By 10% I was back in familiar… Read more »

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Up In Smoke by T.M. Frazier

Up In Smoke by T.M. Frazier

The synopsis to Up In Smoke caught my attention in a huge way and it’s a standalone so I decided to go against my usual MO of reading a series in order and grabbed it. I had read the first two books in the King series and loved them in… Read more »

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Syn. by London Miller

Syn. by London Miller

Syn is a mysterious, elusive character. I was ecstatic when my heart skipped a beat at the thought of him finding his significant other. The glimpse into what Syn’s story held left it clear to readers his journey to happiness was marred from the start. My thoughts: where’s the thrill… Read more »

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The Mount Trilogy by Meghan March

The Mount Trilogy by Meghan March

    I’m not a trilogy kind of girl, but I came into some B&N gift money and Ruthless King was absolutely screaming “Pick me! Pick me!”. I knew going in that this would be an indulgence since all three books would cost me $13.97 which is way more than… Read more »

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