Review: Untamed Hearts by Colleen O’Connell

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5 stars from Gabrielle Sally!

“I had a childhood fascination with Westerns thanks to my father, loving the whole idea of gunslingers and this story is an adult version but with far richer detail, strong characters, and a storyline that will have you tapping those pages to read what comes next. And what comes next is oh so much fun in this romantic tale.”

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Untamed Hearts
UNTAMED HEARTS
Colleen O’Connell
Genre: Historical Romance
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication Date: June 4, 2018

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Review: The Girl Who Knew Da Vinci by Belle Ami

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5 stars from Gabrielle Sally!

“Wow, where to begin…I loved, loved, loved the security footage of both Angela and Alex at the Getty (spoiler alert, so not saying more). And, of course, the actual flashbacks were rich with historical detail making me feel as though I was actually there. Then there’s the suspense elements, where Angela and Alex work to solve the mystery of the missing da Vinci, which are really well done. I might be redundant in pointing out that Ms. Ami does an AMAZING job with the richness of details in her storytelling…”

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The Girl Who Knew Da Vinci

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Review: Watch the Skies by Tanith Davenport

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4 stars from Gabrielle Sally!

“Tanith Davenport’s WATCH THE SKIES is a fun, fast read and an interesting take on the “what if” scenarios. What if there was other life out there? What if they came to earth? What if they weren’t exactly friendly? What if their wants didn’t match yours? What if they gave you what you truly desired?”

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***I’m reposting this review, because the previous post didn’t contain one. We apologize for missing out on the review. Thanks for your kind understanding.***

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Review: Watch the Skies by Tanith Davenport

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Review

4 stars from Gabrielle Sally!

“Tanith Davenport’s WATCH THE SKIES is a fun, fast read and an interesting take on the “what if” scenarios. What if there was other life out there? What if they came to earth? What if they weren’t exactly friendly? What if their wants didn’t match yours? What if they gave you what you truly desired?”

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Interview and Excerpt: Gideon and the Crimson Samurai by R.L. Baxter

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GIDEON AND THE CRIMSON SAMURAI
R.L. Baxter
Gideon and the Crimson Samurai
Series: Gideon and the Crimson Samurai Book 1
Genre: Fantasy
Publisher: Ricky Lee Baxter
Publication Date: December 1, 2014
A timeless tale about friendship, family and betrayal
Gideon Joust is your average twelve-year-old boy, with all the growing insecurities one would expect, following the mysterious disappearance of his father. On one fateful day, the boy’s world is turned upside down – leading to a chance encounter with a brash child warrior: Kibishi the Crimson Samurai.

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Review and Interview: It’s All About the Duke by Amelia Grey

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4 stars from Jackie!

“IT’S ALL ABOUT THE DUKE is an enjoyable read with a delightful romance…The conflict is an intriguing one…Overall, a great addition to the historical romance genre, and it makes me want to go back and read the first two books in the series, which feature Rath’s friends.”

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Review: A Fine Line by Sue Horsford

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4 stars by Gabrielle Sally:

“Ms. Horsford gives us a slice of life story in that we are made to feel privy to the relationship between Faye and Paul, and then Faye and Gabriel. Faye’s insecurities come across as very real and something I might see in myself or others. Her relationship with Gabriel progressed at an even pace and their chemistry (especially as compared to her interactions with Paul) was enjoyable to read. ”

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***Apologies to our readers, as in our previous post, we had neglected to include the review. So, we’re re-posting this. Thanks for your understanding.

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