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Review: 📚 Alpha's Claim Series by Addison Cain

Born to be Bound by Addison Cain
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Do not pass this one up!

Total mind f#@& - that is the first thought that comes to me that can even remotely describe this journey!
It started slow, heck I wasn't even sure I wanted to go past the first chapter -then suddenly I was in the story.
You know, when you find yourself arching your brow, or nodding your head not even realizing you are subtly acting out the scene.
... Nothing could have prepared me for what was to come.
So many twists and questions and hidden plots and heck I don't even know which way is up anymore.
I got to go .. Book 2 is calling for me

Born to be Broken by Addison Cain
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is book two in the Alpha's Claim series and it picks up right where Born to Be Bound lets off - This is not a stand-alone
Addison Cain manages to take something so dark and twisted and recreates it into possibilities that are breathtakingly beautiful - leaving even me to question who is good an…

Review: Pitch Dark by A.M. Wilson My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Pitch Dark by A.M. Wilson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Murder - Mystery - Madness -Mayhem -MMMMMMMM Yes Please!
A Suspense thriller that will take you into the darkest recesses of the depraved
- It is intense -
Aislin disappeared - they claim she ran away Niko new his North Star would never leave without telling him -
Move forward in time 15 years- Nikko is a detective his life mission is to find Aislin - he is consumed by it - he knows she is out there and he knows she did not just run away she would not do that and he intends to prove it
This story alternates between time periods and character POV's - Main focus is the character Niko - the story does lull at times and I felt certain scenes tended to be rushed and details were missing
A definite must-read for those who favor the darker thrillers
I received advanced readers copy for review consideration.

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⚽ KEEPER by Amy Daws 
My heart actually broke a little for Booker - of the Harris brothers, for me anyway, he seemed to be the most sensitive of the brood
Poppy was his world growing up - his life line, she kept him grounded- He never ever wanted to do anything to risk losing her like he had lost everyone else in his life - But he did - like everyone else -
She went away -
Harris' heart shattered and he lost himself in football and the rules he created to make sure he was never betrayed again
But he missed Poppy - so when the opportunity was presented to bring his best friend back into his world - he grabbed it - without thinking - without hesitation- he had his best friend back
The question now is can he keep Poppy in his life or will his own new desires drive her away?
This is such a heartfelt friends to lovers story -
Another perfect point to the Harris Brothers Series
I received advanced readers copy for review consideration.

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