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Month February 2016

This is Living by Melody Dawn

Crystal Snyder, thank you for introducing me to this promising, young writer. “This is Living”, is Melody’s second published book, and I have to say she doesn’t shy away from difficult or taboo subjects. Jayson and Chloe’s story may seem… Continue Reading →

Fated by AS Roberts

It was an honor and pleasure to read the debut from A.S. Roberts, Fated. The story a young woman named Frankie Jones who has had a bad beginning, her mom, Karen took no interest in her other than what Frankie… Continue Reading →

Release Blitz: Fated by A.S. Roberts

Feb 16th Release Date: Feb 16th Cover Designer: Obsessed by Books Designs     When naive, British physiotherapist, Frankie Jones, is offered the job of a lifetime, she decides letting go of her grief and moving on is exactly what… Continue Reading →

Cover Release GL Chapple Caught By Her

Author: GL Chapple, Series: Fighting Free Series #2, Genre: Romantic Suspense / Contemporary Romance Release date: March 3rd 2016 Blurb: She impressed me, She intrigued me, She captivated me I’m consumed by her, but I can’t afford the risk of loving her. I… Continue Reading →

Indigo Nights by Louise Bay

Indigo Nights by Louise Bay My rating: 5 of 5 stars Received an ARC for an honest review. Beth Harrison’s introduction is “What the Lighting Sees,” through her brother Jake Harrison. We know that Beth has some issues with her… Continue Reading →

Title: Indigo Nights Author: Louise Bay Genre: Contemporary/ Erotic Romance Release Date: February 9, 2016 Synopsis The only thing better than cake is cake with a side of orgasms. Dylan James has no expectations when it comes to relationships. He… Continue Reading →

This is Living by Melody Dawn

The first time Jayson Reece saw Chloe Schaeffer, he knew she would be his forever. He promised her then that he would show her how to live rather than just letting life pass her by. Now, 9 years later, they’ve… Continue Reading →

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