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~**~ ARC Review: The Hard Truth About Sunshine by Sawyer Bennett ~**~

***5 ‘Hard Truth’ Stars***
I’ve started and stopped this review a few times already because there is so much to say and yet saying too much may ruin the journey if you decide to take a chance on this book, and I do believe wholeheartedly that you should take a chance on it. I don’t think you need to go in blind, in fact the description does a pretty good job at telling the reader what you’ll find between the pages, but you do need to go in with an open heart and mind as this motley crew go on not only a physical journey but an emotional one as well.
When this book was announced it was done along with a little warning that this book was a departure from the authors norm. In one sense that is true because anyone who has picked up a Sawyer Bennett book knows that the romance will be all kinds of smexy goodness, whereas the romance here is on the more sweet side, but no less potent. In fact, I think this is one of the most honest romances she’s ever written because they are unable to hide f…

~**~ ARC Review: Wedlocked (PresLocke #3) by Ella Frank & Brooke Blaine ~**~

***5 ‘I Dreamed You To Life’ Stars***

It’s no secret that I adored Aced and Locked, ADORED, because I fell in love with Dylan and Ace as they fell in love with each other. It was impossible not to fall for them and be in their corner as they navigated their way around the various obstacles in their way to their HEA, so to say that my day was absolutely made when it showed up on my Kindle (especially with that oh so perfect and special cover on it) is an understatement and it was all Ella Frank and Brooke Blaine promised it would be and so much more!

This book was truly everything I hoped it would be and never imagined it could be and I devoured it. I simply couldn’t put it down. I swooned. I laughed out loud. I got teary and did a little sniffling. I need a cold, cold shower many times (This is kind of a ‘no sh*t sherlock’ statement because it’s Ace & Dylan but it needed to be said) and there was even a bit of a need to do a little gutting of someone with a spoon (but they were ver…

~**~ ARC Review: Saving Mercy (Fatal Truth #1) by Abbie Roads ~**~

***4.5 ‘A Gift and A Curse’ Stars***

When the first chapter has you going “WTF?!?!?” in absolute horrific fascination you know you’re in for an interesting (understatement) ride and that’s what Abbie Roads served up in Saving Mercy. This book is more than just a romantic suspense. It has a touch of the paranormal mixed with all the goodness of a psychological thriller that will keep you turning the pages to find out what will happen next.

Cain Killion has lived with the stigma of been the offspring of a serial killer his entire life and all the crazy that comes with it. He’s learned to block it all out and does all he can to not only makes amends for the sins of his father, but to never become like him. My heart bled for Cain. From his first breath he was trapped in a nightmare and is always on guard. His walls are high and expectations of people, with very few exceptions, are low, so no one ever sees the sweet and considerate man with a gentle heart that only wants peace and a chance a…

~**~ ARC Review: Bound by Family (Ravage MC Bound #1) by Ryan Michele ~**~

***5 ‘I Never Want to Be Found’ Stars***

I’m always on the lookout for a great MC romance. It doesn’t matter if it’s MC light or so dark that it’s borderline psychotic, I’m an equal opportunity kinda girl in that, but I haven’t found many that I’ve become fully invested in for one reason or another. So as excited as I was to dive into Bound by Family, I was also hesitant based on past experience, but I had nothing to worry about. This one had it all. It was gritty and sexy with a good balance of humor and drama woven into the story and was filled with characters that I want to know more about.

Cooper is a true son of the Ravage MC. He lives and dies for them and has from the moment he understood what the club was. He didn’t have the best start to his life, but thanks to his father and mother, it hasn’t had a detrimental effect on the man he has become. It was hard not to fall in love with Cooper from the very beginning. He is all dominant alpha male smexyness, but has a good head on his…