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Fears, Tears, or Cheers by Charles Breakfield and Rox Burkey

Fears, Tears, or Cheers A new short story by the Award-winning writing duo of Charles Breakfield and Rox Burkey The book is published by ICABOD Press and is available worldwide in e-book platform Jo Wagner, JoW, the young Brazilian International supermodel, experiences a horrible flashback to her previous life in captivity. Although she thought the trauma buried and forgotten, it

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My Book Review of A Midnight Clear: A Christmas Novella

A Midnight Clear by K.C. Bateman My rating: 5 of 5 stars How Romantic and Enchanting This is a delightful short romance that’s perfect to bring a smile to your face. A quick way to add warmth to a cold winter day, the story isn’t new, but it’s enchanting. You’ll giggle and aww in all the right places. I loved

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My Book Review of Christmas with the Vampire: A Heartblaze Novelette

Christmas with the Vampire: A Heartblaze Novelette by Shay Roberts My rating: 5 of 5 stars Enjoyable Holiday Read This short story was a fun way to warm my cold winter reading. It honestly reflected both the cheer and melancholy of Christmas. The supernatural elements gave an old world edge on the modern day tale. I loved Augustin. The traditions

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Exposed by Anna J. Stewart

EXPOSED Circle of the Red Lily Book One Hollywood secrets. Deadly reveals.The newest thriller by USA TODAY bestseller  Anna J Stewart Set for release this November and published by CAEZIK Romance, an imprint of Arc Manor Books! “Atmospheric, vivid and intense, this is modern romantic noir at its best.” -NYTimes Bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz  Working as a Hollywood photographer

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My Book Review of Olympian Passion: Olympian Love Trilogy Book 1

Olympian Passion by Andrya Bailey My rating: 3 of 5 stars A romance for philhellenes I was drawn to this book because of the beautiful cover as well as my love of archaeology. The idea of Greek mythology and art blended with love at first sight was a lovely premise for a story. Obviously, I needed to know more. What

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