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captivating, amazing
Review by lauriebeemer74 Aug 29, 2017
All I an say is WOW. I loved this book even more than the first one if that is even possible. This book does a great job showing the continuation of the story of Alexia and Jaxson. This book had me going through a rollercoaster of emotions; I was tearing up, laughing, mad, and yelling from one minute to the next. I cannot wait to see how this story continues. Thank you Reading Alley and TL Alexander for allowing me to read and give a honest review of this awesome book.
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Almost peed my pants funny 😂
Review by darrian311 Sep 13, 2017
I can totally relate to this book, except for the swoon worthy super rich boyfriend. I've been on yo-yo diets ever since I've had children. I'd diet and exercise for a month, lose a few pounds or gain a few pounds and give up. I'm glad Evie had a pushy best friend and new friends to keep her butt moving. Oh Carter! I love how his character was down to earth and not just another cocky, arrogant, every woman wants me millionaire. He was so patient and so sweet to make dates to include Evie's diet … Read More
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Complex Romance
Review by kenna518 Sep 12, 2017
Kristar is a compelling. It is a mix of sci/fi and fantasy. The world building is detailed and I loved the characters. Kitty and Chigaru have great chemistry but also a boatload of baggage. Watching them work through this is part of the attracion of the story. Not an easy read but well worth it. I loved the first book Serenity too. I suggest starting there.
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awesome
Review by lauriebeemer74 Sep 11, 2017
I loved this series. The first book in the Hotel Labelle series begins the story and this book the second in the series continues it. I love this series and the way the author connects and develops the stories makes the reader want more. The paranormal and mystic surprises and suspense in this book make it a very entertaining read. I cannot wait to read more. Thank you Reading Alley and Sharon Buchbinder for allowing me to read the ARC and write a review.
Comment from the Author
Laurie--Thanks for the terrific review. I'm so glad you enjoyed the story! When the book goes live on October 13, if you could post this on Amazon, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks again!!!
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interesting
Review by lauriebeemer74 Sep 9, 2017
If this book was a full length it would be seriously awesome I absolutely loved the way that the two meet and the chemistry between them but the end not so much; it made me upset that it ended like that. Thank you Reading Alley and Sue Lilley for allowing me to read this book and write a honest review.
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A dream-like fairy tale of a book
Review by reviewsinheels Sep 9, 2017
Barren fruit trees begin bearing beautiful fruit as magic seeps into a small town. Something is wrong in Faerie and the town of Berrie-on-the-Wyn is somehow caught in the middle. I liked this book, unconventional as it is. The prose is old-fashioned but once you get used to it, strangely hypnotic. The characters are varied (and a bit hard to keep track of) but give the book a delightful small-town feel. There are no huge surprises in store but the little ones keep it interesting. The climax … Read More
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Needs more than 5 stars
Review by lauriebeemer74 Sep 7, 2017
Sharon Buchbinder has done it again, this book was awesome. Who doesn't love a romance with ghosts and other psychic abilities included in it? What starts out as a simple job restoring a old hotel because something that may change Tallulah's life forever. She goes for a simple job but instead becomes involved in a mystery. This was a great addition to the works of Sharon Buchbinder. Thank you Reading Alley and Sharon Buchbinder for allowing me to read this book and write a honest review.
Comment from the Author
Thank you so much, Laurie! I hope you enjoy the sequel (Legacy of Evil) too! Sharon
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Butterfly Serenade (O'Malley Brothers Book 1) ... Julianna Douglas
Review by Barj Sep 8, 2017
This story will have you wanting to be, right there with Rose as she goes through the things she does it is an emotional, very well handled story. She is a brave woman who must learn how to trust again.I received a free copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review it.
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10 stars
Review by lauriebeemer74 Sep 7, 2017
This book was a true work of amazement and delight. I think that this book will be placed on my top 20 books to read more than 5 times. Every person in this book was an important part of this story and hopefully more upcoming stories. I loved the chemistry and relationship that the author developed between Jackie and Garrett was spectacular, hot, and unexpected. I loved every part of this book and I am upset that I finished it. Thank you Reading Alley and Gayle Parness for allowing me to read this … Read More
Comment from the Author
Thank you Laurie! I appreciate you taking the time to read Rebirth and also all your lovely comments. :0) Stalked - Book 2 - will be available on Reading Alley soon. Gayle http://www.gayleparness.com
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captivating, amazing
Review by lauriebeemer74 Sep 7, 2017
Ok I have to say that this book was a huge surprise. I wasn't sure if I was going to like it because it sounded different than what I usually enjoy reading, but how magical. I loved this book. The mystery surrounding Zoraida was so captivating and fun to read about, I could not put it down. This book shows just how far people can go to discover what is family? There is so many surprises that it keeps the reader guessing. Thank you Reading Alley and Sorchia DuBois for allowing me to read this book … Read More