Book Review: Forgiven by Carrie Aarons

Book 2 --The Nash Brothers Series Review An emotional and powerful book that shows the power of soulmates doesn't die. Carrie Aarons builds up the characters turmoil to perfection. Lily Grantham doesn't rebel--always the perfect daughter just like her Senator father likes. But she has loved Bowen Nash since the moment she laid eyes on …

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Book Review: Always Will by Claire Kingsley

  Book 2 of Always Series   Book 1: Always Have   After reading Kylie and Brax's story in Book 1, I was curious on how Selene, Brax's twin sister and Kylie's best friend would be paired up with someone since she has a very brash personality. Oddly, very tall which bothers some people. It bothers …

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BOOK REVIEW: Gravel Road by Stephie Walls SPOILER ALERT

Austin Burin has been in love with Miranda since they were ten. He would do anything for her. She was the love of his life. Then she left him after her sister's car accident. She just left--left Sarah and Jack...and him. What Austin didn't know is how much Jack, Miranda's father blamed her for Sarah's accident. To the point that he gave Miranda an ultimatum. Jack knew that Miranda isn't cut out to be a rancher's wife. That's what Austin is--a rancher through and through. Austin would be miserable doing anything else and Miranda would be miserable staying here in Mason Belle, Texas. Jack did what he thought was best for everyone. Too bad that months later, he would regret that decision. Miranda refused to return even for her sister's wedding to Austin's older brother. 

Book Review: Ryan by Giulia Logomarsino

 Book 7--For the Love of a Good Woman Series. The final installment in this series completely wrecked me. It took me awhile to come to grips with the ending. I'm not going to give any spoilers, but it doesn't have a happily ever after ending that most romance novels have. Ryan has been craving what …

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