Book Reviews

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The Darkest Hour
by Maya Banks

A Second chance for a man that really needs one. Ethan lost his wife only to find out a year later that she wasn’t dead after all. Rachel has been held hostage and he must bring her home. He has so much to apologize for.

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The Coppersmith Farmhouse
by Devney Perry

Funny and heartwarming with a town full of characters to love. Misunderstandings and assumptions lead to interesting interactions with the two main characters in the beginning. Seeing an alpha grovel a little is always good for the soul. 

Book Review in 61 Seconds: ‘The Vampire King’ by Heather Killough-Walden
A Quick Summary Evie is stressed.  Life is not going her way. Her parents need…
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The Vampire King
by Heather Killough-Walden

Girl meets 1000 year old Vampire in a coffee shop and that’s only the beginning. This is the first in a 13 book series about soulmates and war and alpha males who have been looking for their queens for thousands of years.

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Protecting the Future (SEAL of Protection Book 8) by Susan Stoker

Wolf and his fellow SEAL team members have saved many lives, and been in even more harrowing situations, but their latest mission might prove the most difficult of all. Charged with rescuing American soldier, Sergeant Penelope Turner, from the clutches of ISIS, the men infiltrate the refugee camp where she’s believed to be held. The conditions are horrific, the search nearly impossible, but Penelope herself could prove the key to their success…if the SEALs can interpret her clues.

An unforgiving desert, perilous mountain terrain, a rising body count and insurgents on the hunt…all of this and more stands between the SEALs completing their mission and returning home to their women, left to bravely deal with fears of their own stateside.

Sometimes a mission is more than one team can handle. With a little help from newfound friends, the SEALS won’t stop until they’ve won the day. Failure is not an option.

** Protecting the Future is the 8th and final book in the Seal of Protection Series. Each book is a stand-alone, with no cliffhanger endings.

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Protecting Melody (SEAL of Protection Book 7) by Susan Stoker

Tex gave everything he had to his country and his SEAL teammates. When an IED took away part of his leg, and his career, he devoted himself to his country and friends from behind his computer. He’s always been the man that can find anyone, that uses his computer skills, legal and illegal, to keep people safe and to put the bad guys behind bars.

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Protecting Jessyka (SEAL of Protection Book 6) by Susan Stoker

Kason “Benny” Sawyer was the last single man on his Navy SEAL team. He loved his teammates like brothers and respected each and every one of their women. They’d all been through hell and they deserved their current happiness. But seeing the love between his friends and their women made it tough to be the odd man out all the time.

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Protecting Cheyenne (SEAL of Protection Book 5) by Susan Stoker

Living in Southern California, Cheyenne was used to seeing hot military men as she went about her daily business. An anonymous encounter at the grocery store cemented her crush on one such man. He was big, built, and incredibly easy on the eyes, but it wasn’t as if he would ever really notice her.

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Protecting Summer (SEAL of Protection Book 4) by Susan Stoker

Sam “Mozart” Reed’s life changed the day his little sister was found abused and murdered when he was fifteen. He’s spent the past nineteen years looking for the serial killer who took his sister from him and ruined his family. Using his connections, and SEAL training, Mozart believes he’s finally tracked the killer to the town of Big Bear, California.