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| Review | Ride or die by Sheridan Anne

Title: Ride Or DieSeries: rejects paradise Publisher:Publication date: 27 October 2020My rating : Gang life isn't for everyone, but a b*tch in colors always looks good.The West Side Wolves claim to be a brotherhood, but what do they do when a sister walks in demanding their attention?To everyone else, stepping into the Wolf Den was… Continue reading | Review | Ride or die by Sheridan Anne

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Playing With Fire By L.J. Shen

A broken boy on the path to destruction.A scarred girl without direction.A love story carved in secrets, inked with pain and sealed with a lie.Grace Shaw and West St. Claire are arctic opposites.She is the strange girl from the food truck. He is the mysterious underground fighter who stormed into her sleepy Texan college town… Continue reading Playing With Fire By L.J. Shen

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| Review | Aston Creek High series by Sheridan Anne

Slade Cruz is a d*@k.He’s intimidating, sexy as sin, and unpredictably wild. His eyes draw me in while his vicious smirk screams at me to run and never look back. I’m a toy to him, a pawn to use in his devilish games.I’ve already suffered through hell and back and if it’s games he wants… Continue reading | Review | Aston Creek High series by Sheridan Anne

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September Wrap up | October TBR

Hey everyone , My life is so hectic lately, I’ve been so stressed, worried and busy that I didn’t even click it was October and totally missed doing my September wrap up and this months TBR. I’ve got so much going on lately with the kids back in school, going to interviews to get back… Continue reading September Wrap up | October TBR

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Blog Tour | Odd bird by Lee Farnsworth

Simon Selwood is an academic expert on the monogamous sexual behaviour of birds, but hopeless at finding human love. Then he meets Kim, and at last something is more important to him than ornithology. Kim doesn’t give a hoot about birds. And at first she isn’t very interested in Simon either. Relying on what he… Continue reading Blog Tour | Odd bird by Lee Farnsworth

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| Review | Five Little Words by Jackie Walsh

Title: Five little wordsGenre: thriller / mysteryPublisher:Hera booksPublication date: 21 October 2020My rating : 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 When new mother, Laura Caldwell, opens the card dropped through her letterbox, she expected to see a heartfelt message, congratulating her on the birth of baby Shay. Instead, she sees a message that makes her blood run cold. It couldn’t… Continue reading | Review | Five Little Words by Jackie Walsh

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| Review | KISS & TELL BY LUKE MURPHY

Officer Charlene Taylor has received her dream promotion—working Homicide with the LAPD. Her first case is the high-profile murder of Ken Anderson, a playboy UCLA professor with a haunted past. A mafia kingpin, billionaire tycoon, cheated wife and jaded lover are only a few on a long list of suspects, all with motive and opportunity. … Continue reading | Review | KISS & TELL BY LUKE MURPHY

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| Review | The girls in the snow by Stacy Green

Title: The Girls in The SnowSeries: Nikki Hunt #1Genre: mystery/thrillerPublisher: BookouturePublication date: 19 October 2020My rating 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 In the remote forests of Stillwater, Minnesota, you can scream for days and no one will hear you. So when the bodies of two fifteen-year-old girls are discovered frozen in the snow, Special Agent Nikki Hunt is sure… Continue reading | Review | The girls in the snow by Stacy Green

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WWW WEDNESDAY | 23 September 2020

I wasn’t sure about posting this today but figured while I’ve got 30 minutes free I might aswell. I popped to my local library today and was so upset due to them only have about 20 books available to browse and all the rest were sectioned off there was nothing for me, also my closet… Continue reading WWW WEDNESDAY | 23 September 2020

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|Review| Barbie B*tch by Sheridan Anne

Cold-blooded murder. Do I have it in me? I’ve watched the people I love commit the worst kinds of crimes and within the blink of an eye, I could be just like them. I feel the jagged glass beneath my fingers, but do I have the strength to follow this through? How much of my… Continue reading |Review| Barbie B*tch by Sheridan Anne