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review 2017-04-22 18:17
Reckless In Texas, Kari Lynn Dell
Reckless in Texas - Kari Lynn Dell

I really enjoyed this Western Romance that centered around Rodeo's. I received this book for free and I voluntarily chose to review it. I gave it a 4.5* rating. Between the frequent encounters with danger and attempts at normal lives, this book pulled me in. Lots of animals to color this story around these hard working, living on the edge type work of running rodeo's as a family business. I had a couple of late nights or should I say early mornings reading this. Not really for the under 18 readers.

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review 2017-04-16 06:05
The return
Cracked But Never Broken - Kari Holloway

Damien comes home to the ranch, after military service.  He has to adjust to being home, and all that it entails.  There are just so many changes....

 

Lexi thought he would never come back.  He seemed to like staying away.  What was once a promise now actually may be a possibility.  Only danger lurks....

 

This story caught me off guard!  There is action, humor, heat, and more.  I found that there were some character I really liked, and some I just wanted to off myself!  The main characters are easy to root for, only theirs is a more complicated story.  Fun and quick read.  I give this book a 3/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

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review 2017-04-06 07:48
Norwegian noir tale of two journalists' investigations – quite good
Cursed (Henning Juul) - Thomas Enger,Kari Dickson

 

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This seems to be the fourth in a series of five books about the journalist, Henning Juul, but it's the first that I have read. Therein lies my only problem with this crime novel as one feeds directly into the next one (like the Millenium trilogy by Stieg Larsson). Not having read the three previous volumes left me at a disadvantage although some explanation is given as the book progresses.

The plot involves two journalists, Henning Juul and his ex-wife, Nora Klemetsen, both carrying out investigations. He is looking into past associates and the fire that killed their son while she is looking into the disappearance of a former flatmate. Eventually both cases come together to a limited extent.

The plot is well-devised and the characters are developed and interesting. A bit of a slow burner, it is nonetheless engaging and ends on a real cliffhanger, presumably heralding in the final volume. I enjoyed it but probably would have appreciated it a lot more if I'd read the three previous books.

 

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text 2017-03-27 13:40
Cover Reveal for Running Target by Kari Lemor

 

Today we revealing the gorgeous cover for Running Target, the second book in the Love on the Line Series by  Kari Lemor. We have the Cover, info about the book and authors. 

Make sure to check everything out and add the book to your TBR

 


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An innocent in the crossfire . ..
 
FBI agent Jack Holland broke every rule in the book falling for the girlfriend Angelo Cabrini, son of a New Jersey mob boss. But even if Callie Lansing’s relationship to Angelo was actually a cover and her heart was free, her relationship with Jack put both of their lives at risk. Nothing, though, could make Jack regret the liaison that led to the birth of their son, Jonathan.
After Angelo discovered Callie’s pregnancy, he went after Jack and wound up dead. Now Jack is on the run with a target on his back. The only thing keeping Callie and Jonathan safe is the mob boss's belief that the baby is his grandchild. But if Victor Cabrini discovers the truth before Jack can put him behind bars, it could mean death for his sweet covert family. . . .
 
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Kari Lemor was one of those children who read with a flashlight under the covers. Once she discovered her mom’s stash of romance novels, there was no other genre to even consider. For years, she had stories stewing in her mind, stories of love and happily ever after. But writing wasn’t something she ever liked in school. Of course, no one ever asked her to write a story about a couple falling in love. Now that her children are grown, she can concentrate on penning tales of dashing heroes who ride to the rescue and feisty heroines who have already saved themselves.
 
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review SPOILER ALERT! 2017-03-04 00:00
One Last Try
One Last Try - Kari Gregg Too much anger. Too depressing. Not enough romance for me. And this was not really mpreg book. I only liked Dio. The rest of it, not so much.
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