⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Goodness gracious, I can’t think of a more fitting conclusion to Reed and Callie’s story. A Song That Never Ends is the third book in the Broken Road series and cannot be read independently. Angst and tragedy, the worst of humanity, seemed as if the world was doing everything it could to keep Reed … Continue reading A SONG THAT NEVER ENDS by Jordan Marie ~ Review
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Screams in Symphony is the jaw-dropping conclusion to the Malvagio Mafia duet, and it confirms Clayton’s ability as a writer who knows no limitations. I needed to know who, and a million other things had been swirling around in my thoughts since the mfing Suffer in Silence cliffhanger, and I couldn’t wait to read … Continue reading SCREAMS IN SYMPHONY by Kelsey Clayton ~ Review
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The Damaged was fascinating from the first word to the last. A few words was all it took for reality to fade and I was fully engulfed inside this world. I honestly don’t know where to begin, of course I went into it not knowing what to expect, but even so, Tijan delivered an … Continue reading THE DAMAGED by Tijan ~ Review
The Pact is Max Monroe at their best: laughter and tears, with a dash of wit thrown in for good measure, expertly woven into an enthralling, feel-good romance.. Daisy embodied my favorite type of heroine; her rambling words gushed from her tongue at every moment of fear or silence, and her rambling quickly became my … Continue reading THE PACT by Max Monroe ~ Review
Knockout is my new favorite in the Whiskey Dolls series. Layla was sweet and sassy, with a dash of sarcasm. She was also highly determined, and her positive outlook added to her admirability. Instead of becoming bitter and resentful, she became loving and offered every opportunity to wrap her love around others. She had every … Continue reading KNOCKOUT by Jessica Prince ~ Review
Sweeper swept me away from reality and firmly planted me in the Harris Brothers world, where I remained until I lapped up every word like the Harris Ho that I am. It doesn’t matter if you’re reading your first Harris Brothers book or your tenth, a few pages in and it feels familiar, family and … Continue reading SWEEPER by Amy Daws ~ Review
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