Posts Categorized: Kindle Book

Dec 07 2017
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Secret Santa Baby by Robin Covington – Review

Secret Santa Baby by Robin Covington – Review

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My Thoughts

This holiday story from Robin Covington is sexy, short and sweet. Perfect for curling up in front of the Christmas tree after a busy day. I read this story while waiting in the emergency room with my boyfriend. It really sucked me in and kept my attention, even with all that was going on. I was so grateful to have this book on my Kindle!

Tessa and Nick had incredible chemistry. I liked that there was just enough of a backstory and conflict for a short story before diving into the heat. If you like hot quickies, you’ll love Secret Santa Baby by Robin Covington.

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Jun 17 2017
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Killer Music by Tammy L. Grace

Killer Music by Tammy L. Grace

My Thoughts On Killer Music by Tammy L. Grace

Killer Music is the first book in the Cooper Harrington Detective Series. Cooper (or “Coop”) is a private detective. He finds himself on the case of the murder of Grayson Taylor. Coop, along with his friend, Detective Ben Mason, are working like crazy to find the murderer. This book was full of engaging characters that had me interested right away. It was a book that I wanted to keep reading and didn’t want to put down to have to do pesky things like sleep. If you are looking for a mystery that keeps you guessing and will have your heart pounding, this book is it. I am looking forward …

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Apr 06 2017
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Eleven by Carolyn Arnold – Book Review

Eleven by Carolyn Arnold – Book Review

Eleven by Carolyn Arnold is the first installment in the Brandon Fisher FBI series. Brandon is a new agent, still in his probationary period, when his team is called in on a grisly discovery. As the agents delve deeper into the case, things get personal.

I liked the author’s writing style. If I’m reading and I have to stop, I always try to get to the end of a chapter before stopping. However, with Eleven, it felt like the end of each chapter was a tiny cliffhanger and I needed to keep reading on. The novel felt realistic to me. It reminded me of watching episodes of some of my favorite television shows. The characters felt well-developed, and there were lots …

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