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Katie Reus takes the readers back to Verona Bay, giving us another thrilling read as she brings Max Collins to Adeline Rodriguez. 

Max with his brothers is rooted in Verona Bay, and Adeline Rodriguez finally finds her roots in the small town as she makes a fresh start co-owning a pet grooming business. A small miscommunication leads to Adeline and Max staying under the same roof, and is a perfect intimate situation to spark the attraction between Max and Adeline into a fire. 

Life couldn’t be much more simple and romantic than this, but even small towns have their share of evil and danger. Max becomes entangled in a dangerous past that seems to threaten his family and loved ones, and Adeline has some secrets that not everyone is privy to. Max being the protector, becomes Adeline’s “Silent Protector”. But they have to work together to face this danger if they ever want to make a future with each other.

It’s always nice revisiting previous characters and Katie Reus always makes sure they make an appearance in future books in a series. Another quick and thrilling read that would appease any reader’s palette.

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

“Trusting Cassidy” is the last of the Silverstone Towing Series as the last man standing, Leo Zanardi, aka “Gramps”, gets a second chance at reclaiming his love.

Gramps and his teammates are tasked with rescuing his high school love, Cassidy Hewitt and her son from the clutches of a kingpin in Jamaica. Rescuing Cassidy may have gone according to plan, but for Cassidy and her son to live a normal life is a struggle as they are still hunted by evil they thought was behind them. It will take the entire Silverstone team and the courageous Cassidy to put an end to this danger, before Leo and she can make their dream of becoming a family, a reality.

I sure will miss this series, but I also cannot wait to read the next series of books that are coming from Susan Stoker.

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

Although no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now on and make a brand new ending ~~ Carl Bard ~~

I still remember the first book of Jennifer Ryan’s that I read and was ecstatic to find a her and I totally would be lost if I don’t get to read her books to feed my reading addiction; be it her new releases or just the countless times I have fallen back to read her previous works.  

Meet Sarah Anderson – a woman who lost herself in the struggles of life, yet found her very self as a successful and enterprising business woman, a mother who adored her two boys, an employer who has the best interests of her employees at the core of her organization treating them as family, and a genuine and honest friend to the very few people she has in her life. With not one single bad bone in her body, empathy and compassion running in her blood, sensitive and generous to the depth of her soul, she may be a fictional character sketched by Jennifer Ryan, but they do exist, and I can truly relate to this very character and personality.

And her soulmate in the making, nothing but the best in Luke Thompson – a successful attorney and a cowboy, caught between the family dynamics of Sarah and her dead husband’s family, his heart and mind at a war even as he falls for her but questioning her actions, he’s got some decisions to make. Spending time with Sarah and her boys, and as her family secrets come to light, making decisions that would effect his future has never been difficult.

“Lost And Found Family” is a wholesome story of a woman choosing a life that is important to her, empowering herself by working hard on the right things leads to a successful career, losing a past that was hurtful and finding a present that only would lead to a future that she always had wanted. Take this journey with Sarah Anderson and Luke Thompson as they finally become a family that they’ve always dreamed of, a brand new ending.

Jennifer Ryan always had an exceptional writing and narrative skill and no review will do justice to her books unless read in person Writing a book is never, ever easy and she has not one wasted word in this amazing story. She’s taken life as is and has placed in a book that breathes this very life as the story unfolds. A true reader’s pleasure!

Received an ARC from William Morrow And Custom House via NetGalley

I’ve become addicted to another author writing stories around alpha males and their equally worthy women, crossover characters from another of my favorite authors……so many to read and so less time!!!!!

Nicole Flockton is a fairly new author for me that I’m enjoying. Who would have thought a routine run to a grocery store would bring Knox Porter and Penni Stewart together in the middle of a hostage situation, But then, stranger things have known to happen, and thus starts their journey of friendship, sparks, love and add in the danger that is the extension of the hostage incident, you get a great read. And if you get to hear from Tex, that is icing on the cake!

A great read, and a great series so far.

Received an ARC from Victory Editing NetGalley Co-Op, via NetGalley

It’s been a while since I read Marina Adair, and what a treat it was as I get to know the Hopeless Romantics of Rome, Rhode Island. 

The first few pages are a witty opening to a story so simple, yet so rich in emotions that brought tears to my eyes a couple of times. Rhodes’s is all set to explore the un-chartered territory of love and Hayes is trying to find herself in the busy and hustle of her dysfunctional yet, lovable family dynamics. You throw in cock-busting Gregory to the equation and you’ve got yourself a rib tickling love story!

Book two of her “When In Rome” series is a definite winner from Marina Adair…the camaraderie among friends is priceless, the unconditional love for your family at the center of this story is pure sentiment and the chemistry between Hayes and Rhodes is the right spark to make “Hopeless Romantic” hopelessly adorable and endearing

Received an ARC from Kensington via NetGalley for an honest review.

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