Review : Dance With The Billionaire by Charlotte Eve

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I was given an ARC by the author in exchange for an honest review.

Dance With The Billionaire by Charlotte Eve caught my attention from literally the first line! “I’ll give you a thousand dollars for your panties”….yeah, I knew this was going to be good! This was a fast paced, HOT, sexy read with steamy sex scenes.
Julia Tate works hard in hopes of attending Eldridge where she can pursue her dreams of dancing but is struggling with funds.
Dylan Campbell is an arrogant billionaire who isn’t looking for love or commitment. When he sees Julia at the bar she works at he offers her a deal she couldn’t refuse.
This is my first book my Charlotte Eve and I was thoroughly impressed with her writing. Her characters were all well developed and the storyline kept me intrigued. I would definitely recommend this read to my friends. It will not disappoint. Great book!

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Review : The Dean’s List by Kelly Collins

The Dean's ListThe Dean’s List by Kelly Collins
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was given an ARC by the author in exchange for an honest review.

WOW!!! The Dean’s List by Kelly Collins is just that…WOW!! What a read! I loved how this quick easy read had me flipping through the pages like a crazy person. The storyline consisted of brilliant writing bringing great depth to itself and to its’ characters. River is a full time student who is flat broke and when her best friend Jade lets her in on a secret, Rivers life will never be the same. I loved River’s character… a woman of strength and very instilled in her values. River’s relationship with Jonathan was hot and sexy with some twist and turns and that alone kept me hooked. I found that I enjoyed each of the characters storyline, they were all very well developed and well written. This was not like any other book I’ve read before and I guess that’s why it was so intriguing. Looking forward to reading more of Kelly Collin’s work in the future. Absolutely loved it!

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Review : Dearest Clementine by Lex Martin

Dearest Clementine (Dearest, #1)Dearest Clementine by Lex Martin
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was given a copy of Dearest Clementine in exchange for an honest review.

Dearest Clementine by Lex Martin was a fantastic read. With it’s well developed characters and an intriguing storyline I found it to be an extremely easy read. Loved the chemistry between Clementine and Gavin. Their love story was sweet and endearing and Gavin Murphy was definitely swoon worthy. Lol. As I read the book I found myself experiencing all the emotions the characters themselves were having in that moment. All the struggles, fear, love and even the humor amongst the relationships were brilliantly written. Loved this book and am looking forward to reading the rest of the series. Well done!!!!

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My Review : 5 Stars for Imperfect Truth by Ava Harrison

Imperfect TruthImperfect Truth by Ava Harrison

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I finished reading Imperfect Truth by Ava Harrison yesterday and find that I’m having a very difficult time putting into words just how wonderful this book is. When I first came across the teaser I knew that this was a book I had to read. The whole concept of the story was different from anything else I had recently read and for a debut novel I thought it was brilliantly written.
Imperfect Truth is a story about a woman named Ava. She is married to Alexandre a man who doesn’t acknowledge her presence making her feel invisible and very lonely. Her loneliness slowly begins to eat away at her leaving her with a hunger for attention….in walks the handsome Ryder Matthews. Each of her characters were beautifully written making the story itself very relatable to our everyday lives. I was consumed by the raw emotion Ava had experienced. All the anger, love, lust and heartbreak. The last few chapters is what did me in and left me tears. Imperfect Truth is not only a captivating book but a book with a message that I think all women and men alike should read about. Looking forward to reading more of Ava Harrison”s work in the future. Well done!!! I’m giving Imperfect Truth by Ava Harrison 5 STARS *****

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My Review : The Black Swan Inheritance by Marigold Deidre Dicer

This review is from: The Black Swan Inheritance (Kindle Edition)

I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

The Black Swan Inheritance is a debut NA, paranormal fantasy by Marigold Dicer. Let me start by stating that for a first book, I thought it was very well written. Now Anita is the main character and the Black Swan. The Black Swans are native to Australia and are known to be extremely beautiful and powerful creatures. Anita is a very determined young woman and is always willing to rise to the challenge whether its helpful or not. Now, vampires, werewolves, witches and magic are also part of the storyline but Marigold added a different twist to the whole vampire/werewolf aspect of it and kept it interesting to the end. There are hints of romance in this book but nothing else more. I’m assuming it’s being held off until her next book in the series…hopefully. I found each character complex, interesting and at times relatable, especially Anita. At times she seems lost and a little overwhelmed with the amount of surreal information she is given and yet at the same time must deal with her anxiety and panic attacks. There were times where I felt lost in the story but not enough to stop reading. I enjoyed The Black Swan Inheritance and would recommend this read to anyone who enjoys the paranormal, urban fantasy genre.

I give this read: FOUR STARS-out of five.
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My Review : Never, Never by Colleen Hoover & Tarryn Fisher

I give this read :Β  FIVE STARS!

Oh my gosh!!! I absolutely love Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher. When these two talented authors decide to write a novel together you know its going to be magic! Never,Never is a gripping, suspenseful easy read about two teenagers Charlie and Silas who have lost their memory. They don’t remember the simplest things like their names, family, friends the and fact that at one time they were a couple. I read this book in a couple of hours and thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. It keeps you as the reader intrigued with a fantastic storyline. Its one of those books that leaves you thinking about it long after your done reading it. I love that and still have no clue as to where Colleen and Tarryn plan on taking their readers, but I am most definitely looking forward to the journey. Looking forward to reading part two of this compelling story. May 17th can not come soon enough!
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