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There’s something very addictive and seductive about Susan Stoker’s various series of courageous and brave soldiers, their fight for justice and the fierce protectiveness of their loved ones.

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“Claiming Felicity” book four in the Ace Security Series is another exemplary work of Susan Stoker’s creative writing as she brings the surprising secretive half brother to the Andersons brothers, a twist to their family dynamics.

Ryan Sinclair comes to Castle Rock, CO, after the discovery of the half-brothers he never knew about. Wanting to know his newfound family, and leaving his mercenary life behind, Ryder is more than ready to plant roots and with Felicity Jones.

Feeling from a dangerous past, Castle Rock was supposed to be a temporary stop for Felicity Jones. But the Anderson family has tied her strong to family and friendship, and leaving was becoming a far fetched idea until the past catches up with her and lands her family and friends in danger.

But Ryder and the Anderson brothers will protect their own and will do anything to keep Felicity safe. With Ryder as her self appointed bodyguard and with sparks of attraction fanning between them, and passion igniting the sheets, Ryder will do anything to protect and keep Felicity in Castle Rock for a future with her.

“Claiming Felicity” is another courageous story of a woman trying to defeat her past for a future with the man she loves. A wonderful story of family and friendship, support and care, brotherhood and kinship, Susan Stoker gives her readers another captivating thriller.

Susan Stoker is one fine writer that I was glad to have come upon and enjoyed reading her stories. From her Badge Of Honor Series, Delta Force Heroes Series to Seal Of Protection Series and now to Ace Security series, I’ve literally enjoyed every single one of her books. Protecting Caroline, Protecting Fiona and Protecting Alabama are my top favorites of her books that I’ve visited innumerable times…chicken soup for the soul!!!

Received an ARC from Montlake Romance via NetGalley for an honest review.

Debra Salonen’s Marietta, Montana love stories are heartwarming to read, full of family values and the unconditional love and support extends to extended families and more. The characters are so interwoven and connected in ways that make these stories interesting to ready and Debra is good with keeping the flow of the story going strong and captivating.

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Flynn Benson meets Kat Robinson and that instant attraction flares between them, but then Flynn has insecurities that question his very job of search and rescue, and Kat has parental obligations that don’t leave room for relationships. But then Kat is in Marietta for a reason that Flynn is not aware that would cause quiet a stir on the little town.

“Montana Hero” book 6 in the Big Sky Maverick series, is another Marietta love story that takes you on a journey of finding one’s identity and build trust that may result in a lifelong relationship love and family. It deals with current issues of Alzheimer and Asperger, so very common in our world. Debra builds a good short and sweet story around Flynn, Kat and Brady…rich in emotions and full of love.

Received an ARC from Tule Publishing via NetGalley for an honest review.

Wide Texas skies, ranches and families, cowboys lassoing their cowgirls, small town of warmth, love and support – Melanie and Shawna are headed to Texas with their new Wishing Well Series. Their Wishing Well sure is being very generous with a trilogy of three friends and their happily ever-afters.

“Teasing Destiny” is a teaser novella and is part of the Pink Shades Of Words Anthology, introducing Destiny and JJ Briggs. Destiny is the adopted child of the entire town, and JJ is the quintessential cowboy. A pitcher for the Portland Bluebirds and the guy who’s almost stolen Destiny’s cherry, JJ is pitching himself to snag Destiny forever.

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Loaded with humor, meddling and caring townspeople marking their presence, warmth and simplicity in hearts, love and passion sizzling under the Texas sky, Melanie and Shawna have laid a charismatic foundation to this new series. Nothing short of what is expected from this sister-duo, as they are raring to set the summer blazing.

Teasing Destiny will be published as a full length book in July 2015, and bookmark your calendars for these sizzling romances

July 2015 – Teasing Destiny (Wishing Well, Texas, #1)

August 2015 – Convincing Cara (Wishing Well, Texas, #2)

September 2015 – Discovering Harmony (Wishing Well, Texas, #3)

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