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#BookReview The Father by Brett Williams

The Father by Brett Williams is a unique take on a generational story. I did not enjoy this book as much as I hoped to. The book was written in a tone that just didn't fit with me personally, but it is a great book. The story follows a family through the generation, with each… Continue reading #BookReview The Father by Brett Williams

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#BookReview The Mountain Man’s Badge

    The Mountain Man's Badge (book #3) packs a real punch as the third book in this spectacular series. This series is one of my recent favourites, and I highly recommend it to anyone who hasn't picked up a great thriller novel in the past year! Gary Corbin makes an exciting, fast paced novel… Continue reading #BookReview The Mountain Man’s Badge

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#BookReview The Mirror In My Dorm Room by Lashonda Beauregard

  The Mirror In My Dorm Room by Lashonda Beauregard is an epic tale about time travel. To begin with, I paralleled Justina almost perfectly when reading this book! I am a marketing student, heading into sophomore year and I am definitely ready to start a new semester! That being said, some of the comments… Continue reading #BookReview The Mirror In My Dorm Room by Lashonda Beauregard

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#BookReview Twisted Fates by Geza Tetrallyay

  To begin with, I think Julia needs to stop going outside or something. This girl keeps going missing and getting kidnapped! Get this girl a map and some bodyguards, and maybe we won't need a book four... This epic finale to the Twisted trilogy follows Greg, Anne and Julia yet again. Julia has been… Continue reading #BookReview Twisted Fates by Geza Tetrallyay

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#BookReview The Descendant: The Curse of the Fairy Queen by Ellie Hart

  The Descendant: Curse of the Fairy Queen is a fantastical, paranormal novel. This novel felt like a YA on steroids - there was drama, romance, fairies, tragedy, mystery and thrills throughout. I'm on the fence about this book - there were some really awesome parts of the story, but there were sections that lacked… Continue reading #BookReview The Descendant: The Curse of the Fairy Queen by Ellie Hart

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#BookReview The Pawn by Skye Warren

The Pawn by Skye Warren is a dark, erotica novel. I found this book in the A Love Thing anthology that Tamsen Parker told me about! It was free on Amazon at the time, so I was definitely down for some free reads. This book was not for me, but it was definitely a good… Continue reading #BookReview The Pawn by Skye Warren

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#BookReview The Mountain Man’s Bride by Gary Corbin

  The Mountain Man's Bride was an excellent sequel that is a definite must read! I really like this series - it feels so simple and smooth, despite having epic plot lines. I'm able to easily get lost in Gary's words and feel like it's some epic crime television show playing in my head. Gary… Continue reading #BookReview The Mountain Man’s Bride by Gary Corbin

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#BookReview The Twisted Ones by Scott Cawthon

Ah, another day of FNAF lore is another casual day for me. It shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone that I'd read this book (I'm overly obsessed with FNAF theories. Too obsessed...in all honesty). While it took me a while to get to it, the book was definitely worth the wait. The Twisted Ones… Continue reading #BookReview The Twisted Ones by Scott Cawthon

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#BookReview The Mountain Man’s Dog by Gary Corbin

  The Mountain Man's Dog is a thrilling read! This book is a fantastic mixture of action, romance, mystery and a dash of politics! We follow Lehigh (Lee) and his dog Lucky as he woos an old friend named Stacy and gets involved with the wrong people... The fast paced momentum of this book will… Continue reading #BookReview The Mountain Man’s Dog by Gary Corbin

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#BookReview Thrown Off Track by Tamsen Parker

  "It sounds serial-killer creepy" = the best quote of this entire book (and it's pretty darn quote worth). Here's the thing - I don't normally like M/M romance. Not because I don't enjoy M/M romance stories, but because every book I've ever read that involved M/M centered around stereotypical men and always made M/M… Continue reading #BookReview Thrown Off Track by Tamsen Parker