⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Deviant Reign is the epically deviant conclusion to Theo and Emmie’s story. Lorraine has completely outdone herself yet again. The moment Deviant Reign landed on my kindle the outside world ceased to exist until I consumed every word. As soon as Theo and Emmie were introduced, I knew they would be explosive. Theo’s obsessive … Continue reading DEVIANT REIGN by Tracy Lorraine ~ Review
Wicked Trials takes up where Crooked Crows left off, all I can tell is to brace yourselves for a deliciously dark and wicked ride that you won’t want to end. AJ constantly displays that she isn’t a helpless damsel in distress; she’s feisty with a sharp tongue and has the BA skills to back it … Continue reading WICKED TRIALS by Elena Lawson ~ Review
Wicked Knight is an utterly engrossing start to the Knight’s Ridge Empire series; I was glued to my kindle until I finished every single word. Stella is an American, and after years of moving around the country, her father has decided to make another move, this time to the United Kingdom. She doesn’t expect them … Continue reading WICKED KNIGHT by Tracy Lorraine ~ Review
Broken Playboy was an emotional roller coaster; I was completely at the mercy of Laura Lee’s words, my heart was a pawn, my mind was engrossed inside the Windsor Academy world, but it was the promise of a happily ever after that shielded my soul from being destroyed by this heartbreakingly beautiful story. Sydney was … Continue reading BROKEN PLAYBOY by Laura Lee ~ Review
The Deceit of a Devil is the formidable conclusion to Carson and Allie’s story. My heart was in tatters after The Taste of an Enemy and that tortuous cliffhanger, and the only way to heal was The Deceit of a Devil, but before I was healed, I was put through the wringer of angsty feels. … Continue reading THE DECEIT OF A DEVIL by Holly Renee ~ Review
Yet again, Holly Renee has taken my ability to speak English, along with bits of my soul with The Taste of an Enemy, this was EVERYTHING! I became enamored when my heart was touched by a villain, but that was minor in comparison, one small taste of the enemy, and I was wholly and irrecoverably … Continue reading THE TASTE OF AN ENEMY ~ Review
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