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review 2020-10-16 09:21
Treasure
Ride the Tide - Julie Ann Walker

This is book #3, in the Deep Six series. This book can be read as a standalone.  For reader enjoyment, and to avoid spoilers, I recommend reading the series in the order intended.

 

Alexis wants Mason and she has made no secret of it.  Her uncontrollable attraction appears one sided, but he shows her repeatedly with though and deed that is not so.  Only they have to dodge attempts on their lives and search for treasure while keeping themselves apart.

 

Mason has no idea what to do with Alex.  One minute she is the smartest, most beautiful woman he has ever known, and the next she is the most cunning sexpot alluring him with her honest mouth.  Can they survive it all?

 

The pace of this book moves very fast as there is much inside.  Lots of surprises for the reader, as well as a burning heat between the main characters that may move the reader to need a fan.  The gang is all here in this one, and the new installment is satisfying, if not a slow burn.  I give this a 3/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

 

 

***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley and its publishers, in exchange for an honest review.

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review 2020-05-29 04:56
Rough Ride (South Florida Riders Book 5) by Breezie Bennett
Rough Ride (South Florida Riders Book 5) - Breezie Bennett

 

 

 

 

 

Rough Ride by Breezie Bennett

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Easy on the eyes can be brutal to the heart. There's a hint of both in Kendall and Andre's relationship. With Breezie, a little heartache feel so good. Rough Ride pulls emotions into the story. From wicked attraction to sassy dialogue and every evolving characters. Prepare to be charmed on all levels. Bennett is quickly making her way to the top of my favorite authors collection.

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review 2020-05-24 10:10
Easy Ride (South Florida Riders #3) by: Breezie Bennett
Easy Ride (South Florida Riders #3) - Breezie Bennett

 

 

 

 

Easy Ride by Breezie Bennett

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


The playboy and the best friend. It's been done before, but never quite like this. Chase and Whitney are breath of fresh air that blows it's way into your heart. Easy Ride turns sweet temptation into addictive reading. Bennett keeps the laughs coming and the emotion flowing from beginning to end. With each book in the South Florida Riders series, I fall a little bit more in love. 

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review 2020-05-24 09:45
Wild Ride (South Florida Riders #1) by: Breezie Bennett
Wild Ride (South Florida Riders #1) - Breezie Bennett

 

 

 

 

Wild Ride by Breezie Bennett

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


As an avid bookworm, I am always in search for my next addiction. Breezie Bennett took me by surprise. Leo and Frankie gave my heart a jolt and put a smile on my face at first introduction. Wild Ride grabs right at the funny bone and works it's way under the skin rather quickly. From hello to goodbye, I was hooked. 

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text 2020-04-05 13:58
Sleepy Hollow: Rise Headless and Ride
SLEEPY HOLLOW: Rise Headless and Ride (Jason Crane) - Richard Gleaves

by Richard Gleaves

 

I really enjoyed this story. Apparently there is to be a series and I'm almost tempted to continue it.

 

The writing was generally good. The author uses 'would' and 'had' too much, but otherwise it's rather good. It's definitely strong on distinctive characters and I found I rather liked Jason. His quirky grandmother reminded me of Maude out of the '70s movie Harold and Maude.

 

The story itself is about a teenager who has to grow up too fast because his parents are dead and his grandmother at eighty doesn't have much time left to care for him. She moves them to Sleepy Hollow without warning Jason and he learns that he's part of the local legend as the last surviving relative of Icabod Crane. Descendants of other characters from the Washington Irving story make appearances too.

 

This was especially enjoyable because I had read the original story so recently and almost spooky as some names from The House of Seven Gables by Nathaniel Hawthorne also appear and I was reading this book concurrently! There is witchcraft and ghosts involved and the spooky element steadily increases through the story. It had everything the original didn't! Including a breathtaking finish that had me glued to the pages.

 

Unfortunately although it did finish, it didn't really end. It wasn't left on a cliffhanger, but too many elements were left unresolved for the next book in the series to take up. I hate that. It loses a star for that and whether I read further in the series will be down to my whims.

 

However, I did really enjoy it and wouldn't hesitate to recommend the book.

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