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Inflict by Bethany-Kris

Inflict by Bethany-Kris

Inflict takes place in a small town inhabited by the Irish Mob. The story begins in the household of Sean O’Neil. He is a man who lords over others using threats and violence. He lives alone with his young son Connor and a succession of maids. Sean’s line of business is not obvious at first… Read more »

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Accidental Witness by Sam Mariano

Accidental Witness by Sam Mariano

Accidental Witness, from the title alone, was my first hint this story would be up my alley. I bookmarked the book I was reading to just take a peek at Accidental Witness. Before I knew it, I had stayed up reading into the early hours of the morning. My respect for the next day demanded… Read more »

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Grievous by JM Darhower

Grievous by JM Darhower

A fractured fairy-tale, where thankfully the hero fought without fear for his heroine! Grievous is the second half of the Scarlet Scars Series. So stop reading this review if you haven’t read the first book, Menace and check that out first.  This series is about righting the wrongs of the past by not letting history… Read more »

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Crooks & Kings by London Miller

Crooks & Kings by London Miller

Crooks & Kings began with a melancholic tone, but hope soon emerged with the promise of a fresh start that glimmered on the horizon. I was in a happy space, immersed in a great story with fascinating characters who lead a life beyond my scope of imagination! The Wild Bunch have intrigued me from the… Read more »

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Vines by Brynne Asher

Vines by Brynne Asher

If you’re looking for sweet romance, a bossy alpha male, a strong and quirky woman, some action and steamy sextivities, Ms. Asher’s Vines is the way to go. Crew has just returned to the land of the living after dedicating a decade to his job. A job that wasn’t really easy getting out of, but… Read more »

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Where the Wind Whispers by Bethany-Kris and London Miller

Where the Wind Whispers by Bethany-Kris and London Miller

The Seasons of Betrayal Series has impressed me from the start. A romantic suspense saga between two people, Kaz and Violet who were never intended to cross paths, let along get to together. Their fathers have done everything possible to prevent their relationship once it came to their attention and in this book, with the… Read more »

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