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Friday, November 5, 2021

ARC Review: In Silence She Screams by Amo Jones


 

Midnight Mayhem and Elite Kings Club are two of my favorite series and Amo Jones is definitely an auto-buy author for me! I absolutely couldn’t wait for In Silence She Screams as this features characters from both of these amazing series. While I’ve loved everything I’ve read from Amo, this book was on a whole other level!


Not only could I not put this book down, but this one had me experiencing all the emotions! Kyrin, Eli, and Lilith were everything! I felt for each of them, and honestly they fit so well together, it was clear that these three were meant for one another. Their story is raw and gritty and full of heartbreak and tough times. I can’t even begin to put into words what all they made me feel or all the reasons they worked so well. This book left me absolutely speechless, and in need of the next book in this series immediately. 


I never want to leave this world behind. As tough as it can be at times, Amo has created these characters that are so captivating and easy to become invested in that you just don’t want to leave them behind or move on. I know I will go back and read both of these series again, but In Silence She Screams is definitely one to check out and if you haven’t read either series yet, you are seriously missing out!


**ARC Provided by Social Butterfly PR**


Purchase: | Amazon | Kindle |











Monday, October 25, 2021

ARC Review: Well Played by Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward

 

Well Played by Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward was such a great read! I enjoyed this one from start to finish. The book centers around Presley and her young son Alex who just inherited half an inn from his great grandfather and a professional football player, Levi. Levi just so happens to have inherited the other half of the inn and is Presley’s Ex’s older brother. Things don’t get off to the greatest start between them, and soon go from bad to worse when they can’t agree on whether to restore the inn or sell it. They come up with a bet on whether or not Presley could sell out the inn before Levi leaves for camp. But when things start to heat up between them, they realize they have a lot more to worry about than just the inn.


I really loved the characters here. Presley and Levi had great chemistry, and I really loved the connection between them. Though things started off rough, as they got to know each other and realized that there was more to each of them, it was clear that these two were what the other needed. They were sweet and sexy, and I loved seeing them grow closer. Levi was also so great with Alex, and I just loved the relationship they were all building. 


Overall, this book was really good and I enjoyed it a lot. Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward never disappoint. I think readers will really like Well Played. The characters were likable and easy to relate to and had me invested right from the start. You can’t go wrong with these authors individually, and they are so great together. I love their co-authored books and Well Played is definitely one of my favorites of theirs!


**ARC Provided by Give Me Books**


Purchase: | Amazon | Kindle |













Friday, September 3, 2021

ARC Review: The Aristocrat by Penelope Ward

 

Penelope Ward has been one of my go-to authors for a long time, and at this point I don’t even read blurbs for her new books because whatever she writes I will read. She never disappoints with her solo or co-authored books, and The Aristocrat is no exception! I was hooked from page one, and I couldn’t put this book down. This book in my opinion is best experienced blind, and I’m so glad I didn’t spoil it for myself. 


I loved the characters here so much. Leo and Felicity were everything, and I enjoyed seeing how they met and the friendship and relationship that formed between them. They had such a great connection and chemistry, and it was so genuine and believable. Their circumstances provided so many obstacles for them, yet they knew that what they felt was real. I also really loved the supporting characters here as well, and they made this story so much more rich and developed. Sig was fantastic and I honestly would love to get a book for him as well. 


I won’t go into the details on this one or how it ends, but this journey is definitely worth the read and I highly recommend it! The Aristocrat is another fantastic read from Penelope and I can’t wait to see what she has in store for us with her next release!


**ARC Provided by Give Me Books**

Purchase: | Amazon | Kindle | B&N |








 




Friday, July 16, 2021

ARC Review: The Spark by Vi Keeland



Another great read from Vi Keeland! The Spark was everything I had hoped for and more. From start to finish I enjoyed this one and didn’t want to put it down. Fans of Vi’s will love Autumn and Donovan, and new readers will as well.


Autumn and Donovan have something between them right away that was undeniable.. Their chemistry is off the charts and their connection even stronger. I loved them both and felt like they were so real and genuine. They were perfect for one another and so right together, in a way they couldn’t be with anyone else. I enjoyed seeing their vulnerabilities and how they were there for one another. Also, Donovan just might be the sweetest hero ever and I couldn’t get enough of him!


I highly recommend this one, just like all of Vi’s books! She never disappoints and this one is not to be missed!


**ARC Provided by Give Me Books**

Purchase: | Amazon | Kindle | B&N |




Thursday, July 8, 2021

ARC Review: Before Us...There Was Him by Lou Stock



This was the first book I’ve read from Lou Stock and I really enjoyed it! Before Us...There Was Him had me from the first page, and I didn’t want to put this one down! Besides real life interruptions, I didn’t stop reading. Lucas and Riley were impossible not to fall for and I honestly can’t wait to read this one again.

Lucas and Riley’s story had it’s ups and downs, but their connection was what kept me captivated. Their chemistry was off the charts, and it was clear that these two shared something unique and special. Each one had their issues and vulnerabilities, but together it was clear that they clicked right from the start and helped to make each other better.

I am really looking forward to reading more from Lou Stock, and I think readers will love this one like I did. This book was different and fresh, and I highly recommend it. If you are new to Lou Stock like I was, I think this is one worth taking the chance on. If you are already a fan, I’m sure you’ll also love this one. (Feel free to drop some more recommendations for me in the comments on what I should read next from Lou!)

**ARC Provided by Bare Naked Words**

Purchase: | Kindle |