Category: Series

Night Sky by Suzanne Brockmann and Melanie Brockmann

(4 / 5) Compared to the great introductory novella, the first few chapters of this book drag a little and are a little disappointing. For about 5 whole minutes; then it picks up and we get greatness again. With amazing

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One Funeral by Kat Bastion and Stone Bastion

(1 / 5) In tone with the first installment of the No Weddings series this one is completely character driven and has the same slowness to it that I disliked in book one. And also, this one too is a

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No Weddings by Kat Bastion and Stone Bastion

(1.5 / 5) Excessively descriptive, the first book in the No Wedding series, drags too much for comfort and relegates us to being editors and skimmers. Cade Michaelson and his sisters form an event-planning business and promises he won’t mix

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Phenomenal X by Michelle A. Valentine

(0.5 / 5) With weak writing, weak characters, and a weak plot, Phenomenal X hopefully will be forgotten as soon as I’m finished here. As it goes, Xavier Cold (aka Phenomenal X) is a professional wrestler; except he is actually

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Dangerous Destiny: A Night Sky Novella by Suzanne Brockmann

(4 / 5) This Night Sky prequel is a short introduction to the Night Sky series (the cover reveal for the first book was a few weeks back) main characters. In Dangerous Destiny, we get what seems to be one scene in which we

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Bound to Danger by Katie Reus

(3 / 5) Even if it’s part of the Deadly Ops series, this fast paced story can be read as a stand alone with no problem whatsoever, and if you read the previous book, you get a glimpse of Jack

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