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I’ve read Sharon Sala before and I like her books. Always based on faith and hope, and of small towns with their idiosyncrasies, care and support, her stories always leave my heart warm and content of an happy ending.

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“A Piece Of My Heart”, the fourth book in her Blessings, Georgia Series, is a story of second chances, tenacity and the willingness to open your heart to possibilities even in bad situations.

Having being shuttled from foster home to foster home, Mercy Dane finally becomes her own person as she becomes an adult, working in a bar. But a night of extraordinary circumstances take her to Blessings, Georgia to donate blood to a victim for a chance to live, and brings her face-to-face with her own sister separated during adoption. Having survived on her own for so many years, Mercy has some rough edges to smooth out and Blessings Police Chief Lon Pittman is the perfect complement.

Lon Pittman is after the biker who comes racing into Blessings, but comes face to face with a past that he could never forget. Having helped Mercy a long time ago and a night of unforgettable passion, fate seems to have given him a second chance to give him his heart’s desire and life mate. An honest and hardworking lawman, he would make sure Mercy is protected and given all the happiness she finally deserves.

Sharon Sala gives a really heartwarming story of two sisters reuniting, of a small town opening their hearts to new people and giving a chance for two people to make a future.

Received a copy from Sourcebooks Casablanca via NetGalley for an honest review.

Wild Hearts – Secrets Kill!!!

Sharon Sala writes some real interesting stories. They have an aura of timeless mystery to them and add Sharon’s style of narration and writing, you get one great heck of a story.

The first book “Wild Hearts” in her new series Secrets And Lies kick starts the story with a mysterious incident shadowed by dark hazy memories and a death thirty years ago. And thirty years later, looks like reckoning is not far off.

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Thirty years ago Trey’s mother and Dallas’s father have been a witness to an incident that they don’t remember anymore, yet Trey’s mother seems to be getting back some memories that may open a can of worms and the killer wants to keep it buried.

The death of her father brings home Dallas Phillips from her city job. Shocked and in grief, she does not believe that her father committed suicide and as she digs into her father’s paperwork, she realizes that there is a lot more going on than she had realized and she turns to her childhood friend and lover Trey Jakes for help.

As Dallas and Jake try to uncover the truth behind Dallas’s father murder, old feelings of love and passion reignite the relationship between them. Dallas is an amazingly resilient lady, kind and with a good heart. All she wants is to find the truth behind her father’s murder. Jake as the local police chief is just Dallas needs to compliment her. Years ago her job caused a rift between them, but now Jake the protector is not letting Dallas get away a second time. Two wonderful people meant to be together.

Sharon Sala weaves another fabulous mystery that keeps the interest going, and the minds guessing. I love her knack of creating characters with depth and individuality, and her play of emotions and feelings between characters.

This is no cliffhanger to the love story of Dallas and Jake, but the mystery will continue into the next book of her series, as the killer wants an old secret to be kept buried, forever and is willing to kill again to do so.

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

I’ve always enjoyed reading Sharon Sala and her Rebel Ridge Series is a one such great work, and not to mention the Forces Of Nature Series.

The Forces Of Nature Series is a group of three special FBI agents chasing the evil called the Stormchaser in the aftermath of a hurricane in Louisiana. Going Once and Going Twice are the first two in this series and Going Gone is the last in the series.

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Barely surviving a plane crash in the mountains of Colorado, Laura Doyle has the lingering fear for her life. Despite reassurances by her lover Cameron Winger, she still gets nightmares and suffers PTSD. As she gets better, and looks forward to her life with her fiancé Cameron, she accidentally gets into the eye of the Stormchaser leading to a spree of killings with Laura as his final target.

As Cameron along with his FBI buddies Wade and Tate try to chase down the evil, the Stormchaser is weaving a web of evil with Laura in the center. Months have passed and not knowing how he looks is not making it any easy to catch him.

Going Gone is a fitting end to another thrilling series from Sharon Sala. A definite winner!!!

Received an ARC from Netgalley for an honest review.

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