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review 2020-01-08 18:38
Escape You: A Secret Baby Mafia Romance (Cole Brothers Series Book 3) by: Diana A. Hicks
Escape You (Cole Brothers #3) - Diana A. Hicks



An addiction that just won't quick. Escape You gets so far under your skin, it sometimes misses your heart. Hicks spins an alluring tale of haunting heartache, deadly secrets and missed opportunities. Tyler and Mia blur the lines between right and wrong with a tango that hooks your emotions from start to finish. There is no walking away once you turn that first page.

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review 2017-07-25 00:00
The Escape (A Prologue): A Mail Order Bride Romance (The Dalton Brides Book 1)
The Escape (A Prologue): A Mail Order Bride Romance (The Dalton Brides Book 1) - Cassie Hayes,Kirsten Osbourne,Kit Morgan A short introduction to the series The Dalton Brides. This short novella introduces us to each of the Dalton triplets individually and gives us a peek into their different personalities. It also gives us a very short into the three Blue sisters and tells us why they decide to become mail order brides through Elizabeth Miller's agency. (another Brides of Beckham tie-in! I love it when that happens.)
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review 2015-04-30 21:49
Escape (Dark Alpha #4) by Alisa Woods
Escape (Dark Alpha 4) - New Adult Paranormal Romance - Alisa Woods

In part 4, Jak Roberts, liberates Arianna from Mace’s pack but unfortunately things don’t go as planned.


We meet Sarra, an ex of Jak’s. Through her, we learn a few more things about his past.


Arianna gives Jak a heartwarming gift. She makes him a stronger person/wolf. They are truly a wonderful couple that I want to see prevail.


Jak has grown so much throughout this story so far. He makes discoveries about himself and those around him. The more we discover about him, the further I appreciate him.


Once again, Alisa Woods, is doing a fantastic job with this series. I look forward to reading part 5.


Complimentary copy provided by author in exchange for an honest review.

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review 2014-06-03 19:24
Fish Out Of Water (Escape Fantasy Romance) - Ros Baxter

This is an interesting twist on the mermaid formula. This time the mermaid, Rania, is a sheriff who only has 3 weeks to live because of an ancient prophecy. She's in a town far away from her home in the ocean. One night, a dead body washes up, and she has to investigate. It turns out the dead body is another mermaid. (Don't worry, this is all in the early part of the book, so I'm not revealing any spoilers.) Her investigation will take her back to her home, where the secret is much more than she realized.

I liked the plot twists and turns in this one. The description of the mermaids and the mermaid world is 180 degrees from Disney. The book is written in first person, so everything is told from Rania's perspective. We learn about the characters and the circumstances from her. It reads like a mystery novel, trying to find out who the dead body is, and who could have done this. Plus, all of the other details of a mermaid living on land, and trying to enforce the law. The ending is set up to handle a sequel, Beached, which was published in April. There were still some questions I had about the characters, though. I won't go into them here, because I don't want to spoil anything, but I'm hoping some of them will be answered in the sequel. All in all, a good book.

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