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All I Need by Jennifer Van Wyk [arc review]

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All I Need was a fantastic read. Funny, sweet, touching, and very romantic! My first by Jennifer Van Wyk but definitely not the last.

Shadow and Ice (Gods of War #1) by Gena Showalter [arc review]

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Holly Mother of PNR! I think I found a new favorite PNR writer to love!  I have the best book friends in the world and they know me well! Why do I say that? because a few of them recommended that I read Gena Showalter. Because I trust them I bought the whole Lords of the Underworld series. I haven't started yet because I want to start at a time I know I will be able to binge on it. But that is not the point here... The point is, because I trust them, I decided to request and read Shadow and Ice, it is only one book at the moment after all... And now that I have finished the book... when is the next one????? I NEED IT!!! I'm hooked. This was FAB!

The blurb: Knox of Iviland has spent his life competing in the All Wars, where vicious warriors with supernatural powers fight to the death to claim new realms. One winner takes everything—and all losers die. Enslaved as a child for his ability to control shadows, the most ruthless champion in history will stop at nothing to kill his king…

Stalking Jack the Ripper (Stalking Jack the Ripper #1) by Kerri Maniscalco

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Hello Sunnies! I have finally joined you all in reading Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco. I got the arc for the third book at BookCon this year and decided I was going to give the series a go as part of the Arctober Challenge hosted by the lovely Kimberley Faye Reads! If you like crime fiction , historical fiction, and YA this is definitely a book for you.

Trailer Park Heart by Rachel Higginson [arc review]

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I love Rachel's writing! I discovered her at an author event a few months back and have been hooked since. I might have squealed in excitement when I got this arc... just maybe... hehe On that note, thanks for the arc!  This book was amazing guys! I was a ball of tears within the first few pages though... consider yourself warned. 

Waking the Dragon (Vale of Stars #1) by Juliette Cross [arc review]

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Hello Sunnies! I have missed my paranormal romance books, so this was a fabulous change of pace. Two days of bliss!  Waking the Dragon by Juliette Cross was fabulous read and I cannot recommend it enough. There is action, there is romance, there are hot dragon-hybrid males....What is not to love? 😍

Frost Burn (Fire and Ice #1) by Erica Stevens

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Frost Burn was the book picked for this month's PNR Book Club held by PNR Book Lover Reviews blog. I did not dislike this book, but sadly I can't say I loved it either....

A Case of Serendipity by K.J. Farnham

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Hello sunnies! The lovely K.J Farnham send me a copy of this book and I dove into it as soon as I could. Funny story: I had to google serendipity before hand! 😉 In case I am not alone: "the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way" I gotta say...clever title!

Secrets of a (Somewhat) Sunny Girl by Karen Booth [arc review]

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This was a sweet read about the beautiful bond between sisters!

Betting On Him (A Wilde Love Novel) by Kelly Collins [arc review]

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I have a soft spot for Mafia Romances, so I had to read this one. It was an interesting and sexy marriage of convenience story. The plot made sense and the main characters were easy to like.

All My Life by Prescott Lane [arc review]

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I am speechless!  Everything about this book was pure perfection. It was sweet, charming, had just enough angst, it was touching... There is not one single thing about it that I did not love. Not one.  This was my first book by Prescott Lane, and needless to say, it will not be the last!

Marriage Lessons (Off Guard #3) by Katie Allen [arc review]

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I LOVE THIS SERIES!!!! Every single one of the Off Guard books is amazingly well written. Katie Allen (known by many of you as Katie Ruggle) has done an astonishing job. I finished the book less than one hour ago and I am seriously considering re-reading the three books now....

Fresh Ink: An Anthology, by Nicola Yoon and others [arc review]

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Another day, another book... sadly I cannot say that I loved it.

Click Date Repeat (Click Date Repeat #1) by K.J. Farnham

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Hi sunnies! I have to write two reviews today for books that didn't quite work for me. I am not a big fun of those, but honesty is key right?
That being said, let me first say that I think K.J. Farnham is a great writer. Click Date Repeat is not a small book and she wrote it well. The story may not have worked for me, but that is not due to her writing skills.

Strong (Stage Dive #4.5) by Kylie Scott

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The problem with novellas? THEY ARE TOO SHORT I LOVE the Stage Dive boys, and if you do too you absolutely must read this. They all make an appearance and will make your heart swoon. But be ready to be left wanting for more. It was beautiful and way way to short. I need More!!! 

Twice Dead (The Necromancer's Song #1) by Caitlin Seal [arc review]

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This was such a refreshing Young Adult read. I haven't been reading much YA lately because I got tired of the same story been told again and again, so when I read the blurb for Twice Dead a few months ago I was excited. And it did not disappoint! 

Lead Security (Rogue Security and Investigation #3) by Evan Grace [arc review]

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This series was my very first read by Evan Grace and I am so so very glad that I joined the band wagon. This romance had everything. A little suspense, a little drama, it was intense, had plenty of chemistry and swoon worthy moments. All the things you want on a good book!

Nightbloom (Nightwing #3) by Juliette Cross [arc review]

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I cannot choose a favorite male character in the Nightwing series, all of them are equally amazing. But I can, and easily, choose my favorite female character: Ella was adorable!