Paranormal, Reviews, Romance, Suspense, Young-Adult

/ ARC Book Review / Mercy Brown Part 1 / Tiki Kos /



Release Date-6th March 2018
Genre-YA Paranormal
Kindle Edition-140 Pages

I’ve always been the prey.

All seventeen-year-old Mercy Brown wanted to do was finish her last year of high school without any glitches. Now, vampires are tearing apart the small town of Goodsprings. While teaming up with her friends, Sebastien, the mysterious new boy, and Amanda, the book-crazed bestie, Mercy will learn a secret about herself and that blood really is thicker than water.

To catch a predator, I will become the hunter.

Tiki Kos’ dark and monstrous story tells a tale of a girl who loses everything but finds her true calling in a town where she was the outcast but is now the saviour.


Mercy Brown (Mercy Brown, #1)

Mercy Brown by Tiki Kos
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Release Date-6/3/18

Well This was an interesting read a fascinating take on the old YA favourite Trope of vampires.
Set in a small backward town Local girl Mercy Brown is a misfit teen who along with her bookworm bestie Amanda is just trying to survive high school unscathed.
Enter misunderstood broody vampire Sebastien; the mysterious pale new boy in town; who genuinely seems to like Mercy for herself, which is actually quite a plus-point in his favour.
Sebastien and his vampire family have arrived in this backwater town with there own secret agenda at play one that Sebastien himself is not fully on board with.
It’s not long after they have settled here that events really start to escalate; soon spiralling out of all control and Mercy, Sebastien and Amanda are left fighting for there very existence.
So this was a short read with some mildly amusing Twilight references.
I did enjoy myself a lot but because this was so brief it was somewhat difficult at times to fully connect with what was going on.
Mercy as a character was fabulous; a real kick-butt feisty female.
Sebastien himself was harder to get a handle on I didn’t really feel we got to know that much about him here; mainly just unimportant surface stuff.
I’m hoping that we will get to connect and dig much deeper with him in part 2.
Some of the characters used here did come across as a tad one-dimensional as well and how this was eventually wrapped up was also a trifle rushed for My taste also and could have done in my opinion with a tad more fleshing out overall.
I just felt this was quite a slow burn story them BAM!!!
everything then just kind of happened at once; really snowballing.
If “Mercy Brown” had been a longer read I think it would have worked out much better in the long run; it just wasn’t lengthy enough to do it the actual justice it deserved.
Saying that I still enjoyed this like a lot and really can’t wait to see what happens in the next instalment.
This was a read that definitely kept me on my toes throughout.
Before I go just want to mention that transcript at the end of this book about “Mercy Brown” being an actual real person; so fascinating; such a nice touch indeed.
Also, the front cover here was so very eye-catching; really loved it.
Thank You to the Author for providing me with an ARC copy of “Mercy Brown (Mercy Brown, #1)” of which I have reviewed voluntary.
All opinions expressed are entirely my own.

Contemporary, Erotic, Reviews, Romance

/ Book Review / Tokyo Heat (Nights Series #3) / A.M. Salinger /



Release Date-13th March 2018
Genre-M/M Erotic Romance
Kindle Edition-91 Pages

I want him. I love him. But I don’t know if he feels the same way about me — Gabe

I cherish him. I need him. But I don’t think I have any love left to give him — Cam

A year has passed since Cam Sorvino challenged Gabe Anderson to grant him one night of torrid sex. Now living together and settled in a scorching hot relationship, Cam is happy with things as they are. Until the day Gabe says the three little words Cam is most afraid to hear.

Having overcome the terrible scars of his own past, Gabe knows Cam still has his own demons to fight. But when Gabe inadvertently confesses his love, he can only watch helplessly as Cam distances himself from their relationship.

Will Cam’s fear of having his heart ripped apart drive away the only man he’s ever truly cared for? Or will Gabe finally convince Cam to dare embrace a future with him?

Find out if Gabe and Cam find their happy ever after in this third novella in the hot, contemporary romance series Nights by A.M. Salinger. Note from the author: Although each book in Nightscan be read as a standalone, you will enjoy this series even more if you read the books in order!

This is a novella length MM romance with a HEA.


Tokyo Heat (Nights Series #3)

Tokyo Heat by A.M. Salinger
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Kindle Unlimited
Release Date-13/3/18

I really enjoyed this short read like so much; this novella series is really starting to become my all-time guilty pleasure and though these books are extremely short in length they still manage to pack quite the punch.
Surprisingly conveying so much emotion and love while still being hot as hell; quite a feat, in my opinion, considering they are actually novellas and not full-size offerings.
Here we are back with Cam and Gabe, one year into there relationship and the boys are now sharing an actual postcode as they have moved in together.
After treating his lover to a romantic and raunchy weekend away at an exclusive hotel Gabe lets slip those all-important goals changing words “I LOVE YOU”; sending Cam into the mother of all tailspins as he attempts to process his feelings of panic and shock.
Poor Gabe is left cooling his heels as his lover withdraws in classic Cam style; leaving poor Gabe floundering around in the dark.
This story is all about the fallout from these feelings; culminating In Cam’s eventual reaction and plan of action in regards to his lover Gabe.
So “Tokyo Heat” was Hot as Hades; like smoking, And as an added bonus we also get to shoot the breeze with the whole Night Series gang which I absolutely adored; such a lovely touch.
Still loving Ethan the most here; he’s my all-time favourite in this series and his one-liners are bloody fantastic; can’t get enough of him.
But my favourite piece of this story was the ending when everyone is chilling around the bar at Soren; loved this angle particularly, it just really shows everyone in such a human light; making everyone kinda a new friend.
We are also introduced in more depth to one half of Gabe’s boss team and I so sense a story there.
Ultimately this really was an enjoyable read and I really felt this gave some added closure to where we left Gabe and Cam back in “One Night” the first novella in this addictive series.
This is currently Free to borrow in KU, but I do recommend you start at the beginning of this series as you will get much more from this if you do.
I’ve said it in the past I’m not a big fan of Novella series preferring full-length reads; but for this series I have made an actual exception, I just really can’t get enough of these boys.
Really can’t recommend the Night Series enough.
I borrowed “Tokyo Heat” (Nights Series #3) from Kindle Unlimited.
All opinions expressed here are entirely my own.


Dark, Reviews, Romance, Suspense, Thriller

/ ARC Book Review / The Red Ledger ( part 2 ) / Meredith Wild /

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Release Date-29th May 2018
Genre-Dark romantic Suspense
Publisher-Waterhouse Press
Kindle Edition


She’s the only link to his past… 

Six years ago, Tristan Stone was everything to me. My whole heart, my future. We were unshakeable, bound tighter by any force that tried to drive us apart. Then he disappeared from my life, leaving me in tatters, broken and running away to one of the most intense cities in the world. Somehow he found me, but now nothing is the same… 

Tristan claims someone wants me dead. He’s scarred and dangerous, but all of that seems to melt away when we touch. I might be the only one who can give him his memories, but I want more. The lover I could never forget is trapped inside the heartless man he’s become. I won’t stop until I reach him. I won’t stop until I find the answers he’s not giving me. 


The Red Ledger: 2 by Meredith Wild
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Release Date-29/5/18

This is the second instalment in this exciting series and we are plunged right back into the action almost from the beginning here.
This time around we are in the States after Tristan sent Isobel off there to safety; not to worry; it’s not long before he’s hot on her heels as Isobel seems to suffer from a little thing called; NOT FOLLOWING ORDERS!!!
Considering he’s the killer and shes out of her comfort zone I would think she would show a bit more wit if she wants to stay alive; it’s common sense 101 really.
So I rated this and the previous novella the same; but in my opinion, this one has the slight edge for me; I just felt much more of a connection between Isobel and Tristen and I also felt that there was much more going on here in terms of mystery and intrigue to keep my attention.
Tristan is a whole lot warmer this time around as he slowly starts to regain fragments of his past.
This really was a short but packed volume and I really appreciated the finale and its potential for growth.
The only downside for me here is that I’m not a great fan of serial novella’s.
I feel they are too short to hook and invest me in the drama.
I can count on one hand the number of these types of fiction I’ve rated highly, luckily “The Red Ledger” series is one of the better novella serials I’ve experienced; it certainly was packed throughout despite being bitesize.
I’m very intrigued to see where this will go next.
A fab little read.
Thank You to the Author for providing me with an ARC of “The Red Ledger: 2” of which I have reviewed voluntary.
All opinions expressed are entirely my own.

Crime, Dark, Erotic, Reviews, Romance, Suspense, Thriller

/ ARC Book Review / The Reaper (La Asesina Bonita, #2) / Michelle Brown /



Release Date-5th April 2018
Genre-Dark Mafia Romance
Kindle Edition

Warning: this book will contain triggers and is intended for a mature audience 18+

Anthony’s hands are drenched in blood as The Reaper, he’s become accustomed to it.

He wanted Rosalina’s empire. 
He would have stopped at nothing to take it. 
But instead, she stole his heart.

What happens when The Reaper is told to “handle” the Pretty Killer?

This is book two of the La Asesina Bonita Duet 

Warning: this book will contain triggers and is intended for a mature audience 18+ 



The Reaper by Michelle Brown
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

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Release Date-5/4/18

So “The Reaper” Starts where Pretty Killer Leaves off and this was by far my favourite out of the two short novellas.
The action here was ramped right up from the get-go with never a dull moment and we get to spend some more quality time with Rosalina and Tony.
So this time around we concentrate more on the reapers story.
With Rosie discovering there’s much more than she originally realised to her new lover.
Tony is also a great match for Rosie’s sadistic nature ultimately making these too one great power couple.
I also really enjoyed the overall dynamic between these two.
I loved there back and forth banter, it was really refreshing.
There was also one scene in particular here where Tony definitely let his inner Reaper lose and I loved it so much.
It was a fitting and just punishment, Karmas really is a bitch.
Overall I found this to be an enjoyable short read, my only issue here was the overall length.
I would have prefered it to have been longer.
It’s hard to sometimes convey the emotion and intent behind the words when the story is told to quickly.
However, ultimately this was an interesting read that I enjoyed.
Thank You to the Author for proving me with an ARC of “The Reaper” (La Asesina Bonita, #2) of which I have reviewed voluntary.
All opinions expressed are entirely my own

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Contemporary, Crime, Dark, Erotic, Reviews, Suspense, Thriller

/ARC Book Review / Pretty Killer (La Asesina Bonita, #1) / Michelle Brown /



Release Date-5th April 2018
Genre-Dark Mafia Romance
Kindle Edition

Warning: this book will contain triggers and is intended for a mature audience 18+

This is not a typical romance. This is Rosalina’s story 

Rosalina Maria has death in her blood. 

The only child left in her family, she’s heir to the head of the Mexican Mafia and has spent her entire life training to take over. Studying self-defence, the ways of her father’s empire, and the intricacies of their business – she’s the perfect person to step in when her father passes away.

But what happens when the princess tries to become the Queen, without a King?

Anthony De Los Santos is a major member of the Cuban mafia. Hot, dangerous, and possibly as crazy as Rosalina – he has an agenda that he won’t back down from.

But what happens when tensions run high and emotions interfere with their best-laid plans? Will Anthony turn on her? Will Rosalina choose to lead alone?

Or will they risk it all for each other?

Warning: this book will contain triggers and is intended for a mature audience 18+



Pretty Killer (La Asesina Bonita, #1)

Pretty Killer by Michelle Brown
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

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Release Date-8/3/18

I’m going to keep this brief as without giving away the whole plot it’s hard to go into details here.
“Pretty Killer” is a short read that packs a punch.
I did enjoy this but it was really in my opinion just to brief overall to give the subject matter its due.
That really is what let this down how short it was.
So Rosalina is Pretty Killer a girl shaped by her past and life experiences.
Her background has helped mould her into the woman she is today.
Shes also the new heir of the Mexican Mafia after her fathers passing.
A job she has been in training for at least half her life.
In contrast, when she meets Anthony De Los Santos, a major member of the Cuban mafia and her future all rolled into one sparks fly.
Also, A softer side beneath her harsh exterior is slowly revealed as Tony manages to burrow beneath Rosalinas skin.
I really enjoyed the dynamic between this pair it will be interesting to see where it goes.
So I found this to be an enjoyable read that kept me entertained.
This is quick, low angst insta-love with no OW action.
and just so you’re aware this does end on a big cliffhanger.
Thank You to the Author for proving me with an ARC of (Pretty Killer (La Asesina Bonita, #1) ) of which I have reviewed voluntary.
All opinions expressed are entirely my own.

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Fantasy, Paranormal, Reviews, Romance, Suspense, Thriller

/ ARC Book Review / The Gods Of Greyfall / A.J. Norris /



Release Date-3rd April 2018
Genre-Paranormal Romance
Kindle Edition-190 Pages

How do you accidentally start a war with a bloodthirsty demon army? You kill their leader and steal a sacred relic.

Demons prowl the night searching for human blood. Only one thing can save humans from extinction, a lab-bred task force known as the Bator Patrol Guard. Part human, demon, and descendant of the Egyptian deity, Osiris, these elite warriors, although shunned by humans, willingly protect the human race.

Kalani only wanted to rescue her friend from a torturous death when she entered the forbidden realm of a demon army. She didn’t mean to start a war by slaying their leader and stealing the sacred pendant hanging around his neck. But it was just so shiny and why did they have it anyway? The pendant had the same symbol on it as the Bator Patrol Guard used as their emblem. How was this possible, and what did it mean? Can the Patrol Guard unlock the mystery of the pendant before a war destroys them all?

Find out the truth in this epic saga about love, ancient secrets, and betrayal.



The Gods of Greyfall Collection by A.J. Norris
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

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Release Date-3/4/18.

The Gods of Greyfall was a delightful series of three novellas by A.J. Norris.
This was the first thing I’ve read by this author and I found myself pleasantly surprised.
I was fully engaged throughout and it was incredibly easy to get sucked into this vivid new backdrop.
The world created here was explained in an extremely coherent fashion and instead of experiencing barked facts I found that this was very cleverly interwoven into the present story.
This was great as sometimes authors can overcomplicate this process trying to cram everything in far to fast.
The Gods of Greyfall, I found, was so easy to follow along with.
So If I had to pick a favourite couple here, it would have to be Cutler and Jade.
I just felt incredibly connected to these two, their story and the fact that it felt like a love reconnected across aeons kinds moment totally touched a chord with me.
I mean I liked all our guys and gals but there two, well let’s just they gave me that aw!! moment.


The whole mythological feel to this was also a winner with me, with its Egyptian, Bator and demon storyline.
And I also got to say here that I loved the fact that these rock hard warriors were so up and close with there pussies.
(and I’m not talking of the of the female sexual variety here, though they do get up and personal with those too if you know what I mean, wink, wink. )
I just loved that these Demon fighters pets were small cute meowing felines.
It just showed there soft and vulnerable side.


So having these three interconnecting stories really worked as it compensated for there length.
Giving us a much more in-depth portrayal than you would usually get in a short novella.
These were short insta-love, low-angst paranormal indulgencies that for me kinda worked.
They were really romantic and for me hit that sweet spot.
So lastly I just want to say I’m totally loving the front cover of this, like seriously it’s so
eye-catching and all and if I was choosing this based on its cover it would get the full 10/10 for me.
So Give these a look if you like a bit of PNR I thought they were a great read.
Thank You to the Author for proving me with an ARC of (The Gods of Greyfall Collection) of which I have reviewed voluntary.
All opinions expressed are entirely my own.

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Contemporary, Dark, Mystery, psychological thriller, Reviews, Suspense, Thriller

/ ARC-Book Review / Five Fights (The Game of Life #5) / Belle Brooks /



Release Date-13th March 2018
Genre-Psychological Thriller
Kindle Edition

“There’s no better wolf than a dead one.”

This is the end.

The sound of cars makes my heart beat faster. The sight of a bitumen road gives me hope. The faces of my family waiting for me are all I can see as I battle to survive.

I can’t look back.

I can’t cry out.

Fight, Morgan.

He is the Wolf, and I’m the thirteenth woman he has called his Red. This is his last chance to scratch my name from the list of bitches who’ve wronged him.

Will he claim my life?

“I’m coming for you, Red. It’s time to die. – The Wolf

Five Fights by Belle Brooks
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

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Release Date-13/3/18

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“I spy, with my little eye, a little mouse that’s about to die.

So, Oh My this final instalment of this thrilling psychological mind fuck certainly didn’t disappoint. I think I need some serious help I’m absolutely addicted to this cat and mouse game between the wolf and poor Morgan.

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So right, I’m gonna keep this compact and vague as this is one you just have to immerse yourself and drown in.
This series has got to be one of my all-time favourites.
It had the ability to keep me connected to the wolf, Morgan and Reid even between episodes.
I’m sad to finish but also elated to reach the end of the line here.
I was suitably impressed with the intricacies of this plot, it was ingeniously thought out.
This had everything it needed to keep my attention as a reader and really does stand out in an immense sea of fiction.
This is one series that you really need to give a chance too it would be a crime to miss out here.
Morgan, Reid and the wolf I’m super sad to be saying goodbye to you all.
But also so elated to be finally getting some closure.
I will miss you all.
I was provided with a review copy of “Five Fights ” By the author of which I have reviewed voluntary.
All opinions expressed are entirely my own.

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Contemporary, Dark, Erotic, Mystery, psychological thriller, Reviews, Romance, Suspense, Thriller

/ ARC Review Book / Taken (Voyeur #1) / N. Isabelle Blanco & Elena M. Reyes /



Release Date-24th May 2017
Genre-Dark Suspense Romance
Kindle Edition

I was drugged.
Now, I’ve woken up in a dark, luscious room.
A deviant playground. 
I’m not alone. 
The person that was drugged and taken with me is here, too. 
My confidant. 
Someone that I had come to see as a brother. 
My best friend. 
Suddenly, there’s a voice coming through the speakers, telling us we’ve both been chosen to die. 
The only way out? Do everything we’re told to do.
This person wants to watch us. They want to be entertained. As she says, “I want to see you come.”
It’s simple: either we f*ck, or die.

Taken by N. Isabelle Blanco
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

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⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2 Stars
Release Date-24/5/17
Kindle Unlimited

WTF did I just read!!!!

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That was absolutley mental
I’m still in shock from that crazy-ass story.
There isn’t really that much I can say about this that the blurb doesn’t but I’m going to try.
Here goes.
SO Ivy and Noah, best friends, kidnapped, drugged and dumped into some sort of sex dungeon.
Creepy-ass female voice wanted them to perform for,
well, who the hell knows?

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This is a short read that packs a lot into its pages.
It’s sick, twisted and like nothing I’ve ever read before.
I’m hoping in the next instalment we get a bit of backstory as I wasn’t a great fan of how this started.
I felt it gave me a slight disconnect with the main characters Ivy and Noah which wouldn’t have entirely been an issue if this was a longer read.
Despite that, I did manage to play catch up and I’m ever so intrigued with what will happen next.
On the edge of my seat here people.

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This was well written and the main reason for me rating this three and a half stars, is I’m not quite sure if I’m quite fully invested here yet.
I liked both the main characters and have no idea where this is going but I’m hitching along for the ride anyway.
One final observation before I toddle off.
That was certainly a shit for brain moment near the end Ivy.
Played into her hands there.
DUH!! what were you thinking girly

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Onwards and upwards on to the next sick twisted instalment, I go.
This should be interesting I feel like I’m in an episode of Saw.
Taken (Voyeur, #1) is free with a Kindle Unlimited subscription.

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Contemporary, Dark, psychological thriller, Reviews, Suspense, Thriller

/ ARC-Book Review/ Three Breaths (The Game of Life #3) / By Belle Brooks /



Release Date-15th February
Genre-Dark Psychological Thriller
Kindle Edition-107 Pages
Publisher-Obie Books

“The Wolf has played me for a fool.” 

I’ve no clue who is hunting me, but he demands I complete his tests. I fear if I can’t figure out his identity, he’ll kill me just like he said. 

His eyes were blue the last time I looked into them, but now when he glares at me they’re green. Is the Wolf playing dress up? Or are there two monsters who have stolen me? 

“Did you think I’d make this easy for you, Red? Are you ready to play again?” – The Wolf 

I want out of this nightmare, and the only way to do that is to win. 

I need to win. 

Three Breaths (The Game of Life, #3)Three Breaths by Belle Brooks

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

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Release Date-15/2/18

Oh, My Bloody God!!!
My heart is still pounding like a jack-hammer this series is turning my hair white through sheer fright.
It Just keeps getting better and better the more I read and Just when I think I might have turned a corner and worked it out, it changes directions on me and leaves my scratching my head in confusion.
So yeh I think its safe to say I haven’t got the bloody foggiest.
I’m not usually into these serial type novella’s but I’ve got to admit this one has me totally hooked.
And when I finish one instalment I’m gagging for the next.
And Three Breaths is certainly action-packed.
And Morgan is definitely not going down without a fight, I was cheering her on near the end of this.
Practically shouting you go, girl, stick him where it hurts.
Three Breaths again switches between Morgan, Reid and the Wolf’s viewpoint so you actually feel fully immersed in the whole story.
Poor Reid’s imaging’s of Morgan’s fate was so visual in their descriptions it sent actual chills down my spine.
The Wolf’s hate and Venom, for whatever reason practically froze my veins with its chilling intensity and poor Morgan’s battle for her existence echoed through every turn of the page.
Though this is short the emotion and feeling packed in this is so immense, I was nervously wringing my hands throughout.
So Four Hearts here I come, this tale is just so addictive I feel like I’m on some awful journey that I need to see through to the bitter end.
I just need poor Red/Morgan to catch a break and outwit the Wolf.
Really can’t wait for the next frightful episode.
I was provided with an ARC of “Three Breaths” (The Game Of Life #3) By the author of which I have reviewed voluntary.
All opinions expressed are entirely my own.

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Reviewed By Beckie Bookworm.

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Contemporary, Erotic, Reviews, Romance

🌾Book-Review🌾Battle for Love (War of Hearts 0.5)🌾by Julia Sykes🌾

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Release Date-January 5th 2018
Genre-Menage Romance
Kindle Edition-67 Pages

I don’t deserve her: the sweet, perfect angel with the sweet, perfect life.

She doesn’t know anything about my violent past. But if I could just touch her, taste her, then maybe I could pretend her perfect world could be mine, too.

I know I should stay away, but when she looks to me for protection, her fate is sealed.

Ashlyn will be mine.

Note: Battle for Love is the prequel to War of Hearts.

Battle for LoveBattle for Love by Julia Sykes

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

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“Battle for love” is a very short prequel, (and I wouldn’t really even class this as novella length) setting the stage and introducing us to the upcoming characters in “War of Hearts”.
Here we get a brief presentation into the events leading us up to Ashlyn’s abduction by Marco.
Joseph has run from his criminal family and is lying low in this bustling college town.
Working as a bartender he spots Ashlyn and becomes captivated by her beauty and innocence.
After rescuing her from unwanted advances Joseph succumbs to his baser needs and despite trying to stay away he finds himself captivated by Ashlyn.
But past events have a way of catching up and it’s not long before best friend Marco shows up in pursuit of Joseph.
So “Battle for love” Is mainly a taste of the main event and as such my rating reflects this fact.
We don’t really get to learn that much about this upcoming trio but what is apparent is that Joseph is holding back his true nature from his Angel,
Ashlyn is entranced and smitten with Joseph and Marco well he’s the dark horse really and in my opinion the most interesting out of the three.
The dark horse who I would be interested in learning more about.
All three Ashlyn, Joseph and Marco come across as very different but also extremely likeable individuals.
Now confession time, the reason I said I would be interested in learning more about Marco, well I already know as I read this backwards,
Holds head in shame,

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I have a habit of doing this, in my defence, I wasn’t aware of Battle For Love’s existence until I’d started its predecessor.
So I skipped back after the main event out of curiosity.
So that’s it “Battle For Love” is what it is, a brief foray into the “War Of Hearts” world
That sets the scene and draws you in splendidly.

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Reviewed By Beckie Bookworm.

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