Review by Nancy—For the Love of Luca

For the Love of Luca

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By: Soraya Naomi

The Chicago Syndicate is back in book 8. All can be read as standalone books but best if read on order. This from someone who stsrted with a later book but then had to go back.
Luca and Fallon have twins and life is good. But someone is causing havoc with Fallon. But she can’t prove it and only looks crazy. And she starts to think she might be because shouldn’t her husband believe her over anyone? She doesn’t know who she can trust and Luca is trying to make sure that she doesn’t look like a threat to the Syndicate because we know what will happen of she is.

My take on this book:
I have loved this series since I started it. And Soraya still keeps it interesting. She knows how to draw out the feels in each and every book. I will say I don’t know if I have gotten as angry with alot of books as I did this one. I loved Fallon but then she did something that just made me not like her but I still felt for her. Don’t miss these books.

Till the next book ~ Nancy


Leigh’s Reviews of Lessons in Corruption and Welcome to the Dark Side by Giana Darling

Lessons in Corruption

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By Giana Darling

King’s story is that of Royalty; atlease MC royalty. He is a King; the next leader to the the local MC in his town of Entrance, British Columbia. But King is so much more than the next generation for the MC. His mind is beautiful; as beautiful as his face and his father; the president of the MC; knows his son can be more to the MC and enrolls him into a prestigious private school. (Enroll might not be the correct word—as you will find out later) but the point is—everyone at the school is up in arms and surprised when this notorious outlaw’s son becomes a member at this almost snooty school.
This story gives way to love at first sight and it’s so believable within the words of Ms. Darling. King has been witness to a beauty and connection so deep; it stops him in his tracks. Months later; after starting the private school; he is stopped again to find out this woman is now one of his teachers. He skips her class for several days until the man in him is able to fuse a connection with her and she (Cressida Irons) is devastated to learn that it’s the boy who’s been skipping her class.
This is a story that is hard to review because the main parts are so intertwined that I don’t want to give away the plot of this beauty. Again, Ms. Darling knocks this book out of the part; showing that love is messy but in the end; love is worth pursuing.




Welcome to the Dark Side

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By Giana Darling

This is not my first Giana Darling book so going into this story I new I was going to get all kinds of wonderful but Holy Moley—I never thought the emotions and feels would eat at me like this story does. Giana knocks it out of the park with this one!

Louise is a girl whose life has never been easy. For just 17 years old; it’s been hell. But there is one bright spot in her life—her Guardian Monster who saved her when she was seven. For nine years; the two of them exchange letters like they are pen pals but it’s so much more. Even her Guardian monster, Zeus, who is now the Prez of the notorious MC club; knows this. He tries to shut it down because even he has a moral compass. He knows it’s wrong to fall for a girl 19 years younger than him.

But the heart wants what the heart wants and it’s never that simple for the both of them. What occurs later is beautiful and wonderful with a side of dirty and naughty and everything you’d expect from a MC read. My review can’t do this beauty of a book justice because Ms. Darling’s words transcends the pages into one of my favorite reads of 2018. Do yourself a favor; get this book. You can thank me later as you find yourself falling for Zeus and Lou as I’m positive you will!


A Review by Nancy—Clean Slate

Clean Slate

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By: Liberty Parker

This is the second book in the Divas Ink Series.
This one is about Emory and Marcus. They are together and love each other. Everything is great until Emory gets news that will devastate her whole family. So she keeps it to herself. She decides to break up with Marcus so he can find someone else and be happy.

Marcus refuses to let Emory go. He finds out her secret. But together they can over come anything. No matter what.

Then the unexpected happens after a bad fire. And Marcus finds out there is danger looming that no one saw coming.

Will he be able to keep Emory safe? All he knows is he will do anything.

My take on this book:
The Diva Ink series is 3 sisters that are tatted up. Even though they love themselves and their art they know how the world perceives it. I love that Liberty is showing the world that tattoos do not make you a bad person. The story has compassion, laughter and danger. And holy hotness between these pages. If you skip these you will be sorry.

Till the next book ~ Nancy

Review by Nancy—Sinner


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By: Erin Trejo

Jessica is going through her life great. Until her mom remarrries and She gains a step brother Jake. She thinks Jake is just doing his brotherly duties until the day she turns 15. Then her world turns upside down.

Phoenix is James best friend. They share almost everything because they share some of the same darkness. But Phoenix doesn’t know what Jake does when he is at home. Jake continues to lie to him. The whole time he is lusting after Jessica.

When Jessica finally gets enough courage to run away she ends up running into Phoenix. But he has a agenda, until he sees all of Jessica then he doesn’t know what to believe.

My take on this book:

For me this was a dark book. But holy bejeezus was it great. The twists and turns kept me guessing. And hot at the same time. I highly recommend this book if you like dark reads.

Till the next book ~ Nancy

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Review by Nancy—Relentless


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By: Elizabeth Knox

Bellamy is a singer who lost her parents. After the death of her parents she learns that she has a half sister. After her initial shock she has decided she wants to find her. So she does. Not really expecting to find the president of a MC.

Butch is just hanging put in the bar that the Renegade Souls frequent. When she walks in. Red hair like her sister. And a mouth to match.

When Butch has to keep a eye on Bellamy things heat up. But at the same time danger looms. How can he handle it all?

My take on this book:
I am a huge fan of MC books. And the Renegade Souls does not disappoint. Elizabeth draws you in so you do not want to put it down. The danger and love these guys show will leave you wanting more.

Till the next book ~ Nancy

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Leigh’s Review of After Care

After Care

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L.B. Dunbar

Wow, there needs to be more books depicting the life of both men and women over forty. Yes, men and women are still sexy at this age and we need more books to empower them. I love this story in so many ways. First, I love a book where there is a diverse group of characters as this story held. I love real life struggles but I also like it when the story reaches; as it does when it pairs Edie, a cancer survivor with Tommy, a rock and roll manager. But, there is so much to this story, so many layers and so much raw emotion. In the end, it will give you hope for those that struggle in life that they will find their happily ever after.

Edie leaves her husband around the same time as breast cancer hits her. But she will not be willing to let it claim her life or future. After being given the word, remission, she takes her family to Hawaii for a vacation around the holidays. This is where she meets Ivy; who clings to her instantly.

Ivy is from a family of famous musicians. However, she clings to Edie because her own mother died of breast cancer and Ivy looks at Edie as a survivor. It is when Edie meets Ivy’s very famous uncle; Edie is a goner. But Edie doesn’t have a musical background and has no idea this man is a star himself.

There is so much hope associated with this story. It’s really a must read and one of my favorites so far this year! ~Leigh

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Review by Nancy—The O Coach

The O Coach

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By: Tara Wylde

Erin has been looking for the right man. But is starting to believe she will always be a serial dater because there is something wrong with her.

Garret is still trying to get over the passing of his wife. He left her website up.
When he just so happens to see Erin has been looking at the No O website he decides to try to help her.
Can they make it work?

My taken on this book:
This is a quick read book. But it is worth a read. Very steamy. But also great plot. The weirdness will keep you laughing.

Till the next book ~ Nancy