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review 2017-07-20 04:50
Going Gets Hot (Sapphire Falls; My Country Heart #4) by Rachelle Ayala
Going Gets Hot (Sapphire Falls; My Country Heart #4) - Rachelle Ayala

 

 

Stories like these are what keeps the dream alive. That hope of happily ever after existing around the corner from loneliness and down the street from heartache. Amber and Chad prove that there's someone out there for even the most awkward of souls. Trust in your heart, be true to yourself and anything is possible, if you believe. With Going Gets Hot, Rachelle Ayala blended her charming voice and positive outlook, with the heart of Sapphire Falls and had everything coming up roses. Another great asset to an already winning series.

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review 2017-07-06 00:00
After You: A Sapphire Falls Novel
After You: A Sapphire Falls Novel - Erin Nicholas Once you hand over your heart to Erin Nicholas, know that it will be awhile before she gives it back. With open arms, Sapphire Falls invites readers to experience life in a small town. From clever word play that kept me on my toes to charming and friendly citizens, that shake off those daily woes. In the most simple of terms, author and characters deliver powerful lessons in lighthearted ways. After You is told through the eyes of past loves that took for granted what they had the first time around. Can Hannah and Kyle forgive each other and grab hold of the second chance fate is giving them? Never underestimate the power of romance. It wins ever time.
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review 2017-05-29 22:00
Book Review for Undercover Intentions by Sapphire Knight
 
 
 
 
 
Title: Undercover Intentions
Series: Russkaya Mafiya Spin-Off
Author: Sapphire Knight
Genre: Romantic Suspense
ARC provided for honest Review
Reviewed by Angels With Attitude Book Reviews
Release Date:  May 29, 2017

 
 
 
 
 Beau 
 
Not everyone born of Mafiya blood wants to be in the life.
I was determined to never go anywhere near it. Headed in the 
opposite direction, I pushed away from my family and their legacy.
 
Until they needed me.
And then...so did she.
 
I got sucked in too deep, going after her and trying to save them all. 
Now, there's no turning back. I'd do anything for my cousins, for Sasha. 
 
After all, family is everything.
 
 
 
“Sapphire Knight hit it out of the park with this surprise book.” ~Melony Hobgood
 
“I loved Beau, he was a protector and he was caring and thoughtful…” - Heather Andrews
This is a new author to us and I have to say that we liked our first read by them.The plot and characters were engaging and it was a nice Romantic Suspense something I don't read a lot of so this was a nice change.
 
Beau had to be my favorite character of all the characters in the story.I found him to be kind ,sweet,protective,loyal.deadly,dangerous,had a conscious.I love how his family respected his choice to be a cop and it never seem to effect his relationship with his family and cousins as they didn't alway work within the law.Having your family members being part of the mafia had to be stressing as you straddle both worlds especially as you were referred to a the prince on more than one occasion. Sometimes distance from ones family is not always enough even though you chose not to be part of the family business its still part of who you are.But, who you are and you family are known for is protection and influence and power.Times like these are when your family connections work to your advantage. We saw many changes in Beau as he has seen is shared of violence and the messed up world be life in being and undercover cop but when he infiltrates a human trafficking ring.Once inside he has encountered the depravities of  such men that he so sickened by what he has seen and heard that he his out for blood and would like to kill them all.Being a cop has been important to him but, he soon realizes that being on the other-side of the law has more advantages to eliminating scum he has thus far encountered.He has a choice to make.
 
One of the other things that I enjoyed about the story is how his family had his back the deeper he got in they were their to protect his back as well help free as many women as possible and shut this operation down.
 
Sasha was one of the women Beau was able to save.It amazes me that she was strong enough to survive the depravities that she did and remain somewhat sane.Beau's attraction to Sasha is apparent but after everything she has gone through he only wants her to be free and being tied to him isn't in her best interest or so he keeps telling himself.It is a battle of wills to see who caves first as friendship and love evolve.
 
I enjoyed the stories plot and the characters as well as the outcome it was filled with danger,romance,battle of wills and how influence and power are more important than the law itself in some instances.For me I believe that Sasha needs someone like Beau who is both kind and possessive as well as dangerous even though parts of his personality are not going to be a positive sometimes within their relationship she is going to need his strengths to lean on.I loved seeing that these hard rigged men let us see their softer side on occasion as it was sweet and that they cared and that they did have hearts after-all as well as being protective of your families mate.
 
Although I enjoyed the story some of Sasha's  and her actions and naivety got on my nerves as her requests were a bit unreasonable and had her acting like a child on more than one occasion .I wanted to smack her for making stupid choices.What were thinking you lived among men like Beau and his family your whole-life?In this case it was about safety and protection not making you a prisoner or taking something away from you.
 
Looking forward to reading what comes next as Beau is still searching for Nico's sister. I have a feeling we will be seeing this cast of characters at a later date.
 
 
Recommend read to all.
 
4 stars from us
 
 

 
 
 
Sapphire Knight is the International Bestselling Author of Secrets, Exposed, Relinquish, Corrupted, Forsaken Control, Unwanted Sacrifices, Friction and Unexpected Forfeit. The series are called Russkaya Mafiya, Oath Keepers MC, Ground and Pound and Dirty Down South.
 
Her books all reflect on what she loves to read herself.
 
Sapphire is a Texas girl who is crazy about football. She has always had a knack for writing, whether it is poems or stories. She originally studied psychology and that has only added to her passion for writing. She has two boys and has been married for ten years. When she's not busy in her writing cave, she's busy playing with her three Doberman Pinschers. She loves to donate to help animals and watching a good action movie.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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review 2017-05-24 05:33
Quick read with some twists
Sapphire - Elizabeth Rose

Sapphire is a quick read and part of a series, but does stand alone. There are several twists in this story and a lot of adventure. I enjoyed Sapphire and her strength to keep going. When she meets Roe, her original betrothed. Roe is determined to make her his, and they must overcome a few obstacles. Their journey kept me turning the pages.

I received a copy of this story as a gift, and this is my unsolicited review.

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review 2017-05-16 02:46
Fun Read!
After All: a Sapphire Falls novel - Erin... After All: a Sapphire Falls novel - Erin Nicholas

After All by Erin Nicholas is a fun read.  This is a fairly short book, a perfect choice for those with limited time for reading.  Ms Nicholas has delivered a well-written book and filled it with amazing, lovable characters.  Scott and sassy Peyton's story is loaded with drama, humor and sizzle.  I enjoyed After All from cover to cover and look forward to reading more from Erin Nicholas in the future.  After All is book 1 of the Sapphire Falls:After Hours Series but can be read as a standalone.  I suggest reading the prequel, not because it's that important to the story, but it is funny.  

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