Finding It by Cora Carmack

May 10th, 2014 Kimberly Review 57 Comments

10th May
Finding It by Cora Carmack

Finding It by Cora Carmack is the third book in the Losing It series and perhaps deals with the most serious issues. I enjoy Carmack’s tales and quickly consumed this. Mini review: Troubled characters, a secret and traveling abroad made this an intense, heartfelt ride.

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Savor by Monica Murphy

April 17th, 2014 Kimberly Review 42 Comments

17th Apr
Savor by Monica Murphy

Savor is the third book in the Billionaire Bachelors Club by Monica Murphy. This series has been fun, and I enjoyed this final book with its forbidden romance. Mini review: familiar tropes and lovable characters made this a fun, sexy read.

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Night Owls by Lauren M. Roy

April 8th, 2014 Kimberly Guest Post, Review 84 Comments

8th Apr
Night Owls by Lauren M. Roy

I grabbed Night Owls the first book in the new urban fantasy series by Lauren M. Roy for the setting. The tale takes place in the college town of Edgewood at a bookstore called Night Owls. Roy offered an engaging tale with a motley crew of supernatural and human characters. Mini review: With a new supernatural creature and interesting characters, it holds the promise of an exciting new series.

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The Archived by Victoria Schwab

April 7th, 2014 Kimberly Review 104 Comments

7th Apr
The Archived by Victoria Schwab

The Archived by Victoria Schwab is the first in her fantasy series. Archived offered up interesting characters and the fantastic secret world of the archives. From the very first pages I found myself captivated by the author’s creative and unique tale. Mini review: magical, mysterious and engaging.

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Atonement by B.J. Daniels

March 14th, 2014 Kimberly Blog Tour, Review 48 Comments

14th Mar
Atonement by B.J. Daniels

The cover and synopsis of Atonement by B.J. Daniels sold me, and then after I realized it was the fourth book in the Beartooth, Montana series. Worries about jumping in late were quickly dismissed as each book can be read as a standalone. Daniels did an excellent job of reintroducing older characters and making me feel comfortable. Mini review: suspenseful, multiple story threads and a slow-building romance kept me captivated.

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