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Romantic Suspense

Some Kind of Hero

Shayla Whitman is a romantic suspense author who has tried to overcome writer’s block for two years. Her new neighbor is a Navy Seal with his daughter, Maddie. When Peter flags down Shayla on the street asking her to follow a car he thinks his daughter has gotten into, Shayla is intrigued as any good...

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Fuel for Fire

Former CIA agent Dagan Zoelner works as a cover operator for Black Knights Inc, a covert government defense firm. He and three other operators accompany Chelsea to England to investigate the lead on the enigmatic Spider’s identity. Dagan dislikes Chelsea working undercover. When Chelsea’s cover is blown, Dagan swoops in to save her from the...

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The No. 2 Detective Feline Agency: A Hettie Bagshot Mystery, Book 1

No. 2 Feline Detective Agency by Mandy Morton

Spectacular, sassy cats populate Mandy Morton’s new series called THE NO. 2 FELINE DETECTIVE AGENCY. It stars Hettie Bagshot, a multi-talented feline crooner, who tackles murder cases albeit half-haphazardly. She has aspirations to be a detective and has a purrfectfully pretty raincoat to boot. So, Hettie and her best friend and flat mate, Tilly, give...

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Night Watch

Night Watch by Iris & Roy Johansen

In the fourth installment to the Kendra Michael’s series, NIGHT WATCH by Iris Johansen and Roy Johansen, Kendra and a blast from her past make her put all her skills and knowledge to the test. Being born blind, only to later gain her sight thanks to the Night Watch program and Dr. Charles Waldridge, has...

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Just One Touch: A Slow Burn Novel

Just One Touch by Maya Banks

Jenna has lived almost all of her life in a cult. She has very little knowledge of the world that exists outside the walls she has been forced to stay within. Her life has been hell–she’s been forced to do whatever bidding commanded of her by the male members. Her goal is to escape, and...

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Stealing Mr. Right

Stealing Mr. Right by Tamara Morgan

Of all the positive points about this book I could make, I’d say the narration in STEALING MR. RIGHT by Tamara Morgan was absolutely amazing. Morgan engages the reader in the first paragraph, and the first person point of view was perfect for this snarky, fun, fast-paced comedic caper. A lively cast of secondary characters,...

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