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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.


“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.

Book 4 in the “Lazarus Rising” Series has billionaire Jay Maverick trying to make things right that had gone so horribly wrong. He may have not been directly connected, but he was responsible for funding a project that had created mayhem and killed innocent people.


One such victim is Willow, the woman he can’t forget and the woman he wants to make a part of his life. But there’s so much mystery, danger and death associated with the Lazarus project that staying alive is a luxury and trusting anyone is a costly mistake.

Coming out of the burning Lazarus lab is a miracle but Willow doesn’t remember her past and she is honed with skills that a touch alone could kill one. Knowing Jay’s association with the project doesn’t keep her away, and with the help of Jay and other survivors, she may have a chance at a future with Jay.

Hearts heed no advice, passion and love have no boundaries and with death dogging their every step, Jay and Willow have a lot to fight for and a past they need to reconcile with. Another adrenaline read with enough suspense and intrigue to keep the interest of the readers, Cynthia Eden pens “Run To Me” as another thrilling hit. The secrets of the past are definitely a surprise as well as the closure of their story a heartwarming curve ball!

Received an ARC from the author and Hocus Pocus Publishing via Netgalley for an honest review.

Soldiers. Protectors. Redemption. Resurrection. Rising.

Welcome to Redemption Harbor! If anyone hasn’t been introduced to a new set of alpha soldiers serving their country and fighting for their loved ones, unconditionally and unequivocally, this is the perfect series to start, curled up with a smooth drink!


Co-founder and elite soldier of Redemption Harbor Consulting, Brooks Alexander had done a lot of things that he wasn’t proud of, but letting go of his woman Darcy, was one of the biggest mistakes he regrets everyday! When misunderstandings see the light of day, he will do whatever it takes to win Darcy over and redeem his mistakes. And with Darcy becoming a “Dangerous Witness” she’s never leaving his side.

Disappointed that Brooks would think less of her, Darcy Cooper walks out of his life with her pride intact and put all her anger, betrayal and pain in getting her wedding planning business off the ground to make a success of it. Overhearing a conversation of devastating proportions that link her sister and her fiancé, putting her in the crosshairs of destruction, leaves her no choice but to seek the safety of Redemption Harbor Consulting and their services.

Now that fate has brought Darcy into Brooks’ life again, he would move heaven and earth to win her heart again and keep her safe. As they try to stay one step ahead of an enemy within their circle, Darcy and Brooks lose the battle with their love and hearts.

Katie Reus once again takes the readers on an adrenaline ride of heist, bullets, betrayal and friendships. With a dose of passion, and adrenaline, book three of her series, “Dangerous Witness” is another spicy thriller.

Received an ARC from KR Press LLC, via NetGalley for an honest review.

Delores Fossen is a cool writer of cowboys, their Texas-sized hearts and of course, “Texas-Sized Trouble”, they always seem to land into in the matters of love.


Lawson Granger has his hands full delivering the baby of his once-upon-a-time sweetheart Eve Cooper, even as he tries to analyze why he let her go eighteen years ago. But now that she’s back on the ranch, setting roots for her newborn and her daughter, literally being his neighbor sure is a kick in the butt and a bullet to his heart…. realizing he never ever got over her.

Leaving stardom and fame, Eve Cooper wants to have a stable family, mend fences with her daughter, and raise her newborn within the security of her hometown. Her feelings for Lawson were never erased, but she has secrets and nightmares that give her sleepless nights and a fear of the future when all is revealed

With another round of romance, secrets, family dynamics, “Texas-Sized Trouble” is worth all the trouble of reading and enjoying this story by Delores Fossen.

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

Kendra Eliot’s new “Mercy Kilpatrick” series continues with the latest release, “A Merciful Secret”, as Police Chief Truman Daly and Mercy Kilpatrick cruise into a relationship, taking care of her niece and slowly easing into mending fences with her family.


But then there’s never a day off for the law enforcement, as Mercy becomes a key witness in the murder of a little girl’s grandmother. With a similar related murder of a renowned judge, Mercy gets drawn into age-old secrets of the past of her hometown, and the consequences that follow the next generation.

“A Merciful Secret” is an intriguing and emotional story of a mother and daughter surviving a past that wants to kill them, a story riddled with secrets that tears a family apart, and a story that devastates Mercy’s very life and soul.

Keeping the dynamics of the Kilpatrick family in light, Kendra Elliot weaves another intense story of secrets and betrayal, pain and loss, death and devastation, even as she strengthens the relationship between Truman and Kilpatrick. I’ve always loved her prowess of developing a personal relationship, layer-by-layer, book-by-book

Received an ARC from Montlake Romance via Net Galley for an honest review.

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