Reviews for Already Published Books

REVIEW: Too Far South by Lina Langley

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47490379._SY475_Publisher: Self-pub
Release Date: July 29, 2019
Received From: Review copy from the author’s newsletter

Rio’s life isn’t perfect, but at least it’s finally getting somewhere. He has a job, no easy feat in an economy where almost everything is automated, and a partner that he’s building a life with. When masked strangers break into his Bogota-suburb apartment to hurt his mother and take something extremely valuable away from Jody, Rio’s partner. Rio needs to do something to replace what they’ve lost, but when one of his coworkers offers him the chance of a lifetime, Rio has to make a decision: is he willing to take a life for the person he loves most in the world?

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Blog Tours & Events

RELEASE BLITZ (+ Giveaway!): Escape by AnnabelleJacobs

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Buy Links: Amazon US | Amazon UK | Universal Link – Exclusive to Amazon and Available to Borrow with Kindle Unlimited

Length: 74,000 words approx.

Cover Design: Natasha Snow

Escape-AJ-fThis isn’t the life Cole dreamt of, but what choice does he have?

With his twenty-third birthday behind him, Cole Moreton now faces the shifter compatibility test which will decide his future. Testing positive means joining a pack and eventually taking the bite. Unfortunately, with enviable skills in self-defence and hand-to-hand combat, the kind of packs interested in him aren’t any he’d want to join.

Logan has been a member of the McKillan pack for most of his life. Pack is family and loyalty is everything, but when the shifter government turns out to be no better than the oppressive humans before them, he questions everything.

Right from their first meeting, Logan knows that a life with the McKillan pack isn’t right for Cole, but with his alpha taking a keen interest in Cole’s skills, Logan’s hands are tied. Mutual attraction builds between them, but acting on it is futile—helping Cole will put their lives at risk and an end to any future they could’ve had.

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ARC Reviews

REVIEW: Three Part Harmony by Holley Trent

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44668988._SY475_Publisher: Carina Press
Release Date: August 19, 2019
Received From: Netgalley

Sometimes three is deliciously better than two

Raleigh McKean has borne witness to every conceivable way one person can take advantage of another. He sees it all the time in his job as a book publicist, especially working alongside his boss’s daughter. Everley Shannon would be amazing if she wasn’t such a pain in his ass.

All Raleigh wants is something real. But when the captivating stranger he agrees to go home with turns out to be Bruce Engle, the elusive rock star, it’s a harsh reminder that users are everywhere. Raleigh’s his route to a book deal, nothing more.

What Raleigh doesn’t realize is that the brooding musician is also searching for something real—and it’s possible he’s already found it in Everley’s arms. But is there room in those arms for one more?

With Everley’s own dream of getting out from under her father’s shadow crumbling into chaos, it feels like the perfect time to embrace something new. But when Raleigh’s insatiable attraction to both Everley and Bruce makes it impossible to keep his distance, there’s only one obvious solution…assuming they can learn how to share.

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#ReadLatinx: Anticipated Reads

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Good morning, y’all!

As I mentioned in the recommendations post from Monday, we’re back again today with some of my anticipated reads by Latinx authors! There are so many that sound good, but these are some of the ones that are at the top of my list–both those that haven’t yet been released as well as some currently released that I haven’t read yet.

#ReadLatinx is a hashtag that was started by Adriana of Boricua Reads (@boricuareads) and it is meant to highlight books by Latinx authors! It’s a great way to find new reads and to support Latinx authors, and I want to contribute to that however I can.

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#ReadLatinx: Recommendations

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Good morning, y’all!

Today, I want to share some recommendations with you as part of a hashtag that I really love: #ReadLatinx.

#ReadLatinx is a hashtag that was started by Adriana of Boricua Reads (@boricuareads) and it is meant to highlight books by Latinx authors! It’s a great way to find new reads and to support Latinx authors, and I want to contribute to that however I can.

Thus! This post was born!

So, this particular blog post will share some books by Latinx authors that I have read, loved, and think all y’all should pick up as well!

Then, come back on Friday for a list of some of my anticipated reads! And, most importantly, join the hashtag, share your favorites, and support Latinx authors.

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REVIEW TOUR (+ Giveaway!): Sword Dance by AJ Demas

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46829610._SX318_Publisher: Sexton’s Cottage
Release Date: July 31, 2019
Received From: Signal Boost PR

Five years ago, Damiskos’s brilliant military career was cut short, leaving him with a permanent disability and scars that are not all physical. Adrift and still grieving, he tries to find meaning in an unsatisfying job.

Work takes him to the remote seaside villa of an old friend, where, among an odd assortment of guests, he meets the eunuch sword-dancer Varazda. Enigmatic and beautiful but distinctly prickly, Varazda is the antithesis of the straightforward and serious Damiskos. Yet as they keep getting in each other’s way at the villa, their mutual dislike is complicated by a spark of undeniable attraction.

Then the villa’s guests begin to reveal their true characters and motives—no one here is what they seem—and Damiskos finds himself at the centre of a bizarre web of espionage, theft, and assassination. Varazda may need Damiskos’s help, but not as much as Damiskos, finally awakening to a new sense of life and purpose, needs Varazda.

Sword Dance is the first book in the Sword Dance trilogy, an m/m romance set in an imaginary ancient world, with murderous philosophy students, sex acts named after fruit, and love blossoming in the midst of mayhem.

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