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review 2019-08-20 13:53
ARC REVIEW All Roads Lead to You by Jennifer Probst

All Roads Lead to You (Stay, #3)Stay #3, The third and youngest Bishop sibling has met her match. I love this series it was so emotional and heartwarming with Jennifer Probst fusion of humor all three books are such great reads. I had high hopes for this one and it was definitely was worth the wait.

Harper Bishop has been the black sheep of the Bishop family always preferring animals over other people with a soft heart when it comes to abandoned and abused animals. When she found a spirited black racehorse who'd been abused both Harper and her brother knew the horse was something special. Aidan O'Connor is looking for a new start after a backstabbing of both the professional and personal nature he's looking for something that will prove he's better than his old business partner. With no luck of finding the right horse yet his visit to the Robin's Nest B&B was suppose to be a vacation but then he met Harper and her horse Phoenix.

Aidan's vacation turned into a working holiday when he offers to train Phoenix. Harper is hesitant about accepting the offer but Aidan is who he says he is and if he believes he can train Phoenix and win why not let him try. Their working relationship has the undercurrent of lust. Both finding each other attractive but Harper is hesitant about this too, for reasons of her own she doesn't take things a face value, she always doubts people's motives. The more time she spends with Aidan the more she get to know him and the fact that he plans on leaving she agrees to a discreet affair. But the closer they work together the more the attraction grows into something more. But Aidan hasn't admitted something from his past and it could potentially ruin what he has going on with both Harper and with training Phoenix.

Overall, I really really enjoyed this one. Hei Hei as usual is his crazy little chicken self and with a new addition of the adorable goat Captain Hoof it adds nicely to their menagerie. The romance as always was great, the dynamic between Harper and Aidan is wonderful and the chemistry was pretty smokin' too.     


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review 2019-08-06 04:51
Broken Bones by Angela Marsons
Broken Bones - Angela Marsons

In Angela Marsons' 7th book in the DI Kim Stone, we find Stone's team broken up.  Not disassembled but divided up into two teams, Kim and Bryant, per the DCI's instructions, and Stacey and the overprotective Kevin, see the last book for more details.  Stone and Bryant start looking into suspicious deaths in prostitutes and Stacey and Kevin work on the death of a man found frozen to death in a snowbank. 


While this was a good book, I found it a little different than previous Marsons books where Stone was the main character in almost every chapter, to where we were bouncing around between teams in every other chapter.  Both stories were good and Marsons' always good for her twists in the plot.  


Broken Bones goes between prostitution and how some people find themselves in that field by being forced into it, then it gets into human trafficking, slavery, and bonded service.


This could have been easily 4 or 4-1/2 stars but I think just too much was happening in this book, so I rate it 3-1/2 stars.


Broken Bones by Angela Marsons,

Book 7 in the DI Kim Stone Series

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text 2019-08-04 23:21
Reading progress update: I've read 1 out of 230 pages.
My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! (Manga) Vol. 1 - Satoru Yamaguchi

This wasn't actually supposed to be in my hands until Monday or Tuesday, but it arrived early. Yay!!!


I wish this were a paper edition of the light novel rather than a paper edition of the first volume of the manga (Amazon's listing for it was confusing for months), but I'm very much looking forward to this anyway.


As far as the premise goes, it's extremely similar to Accomplishments of the Duke's Daughter. In both series, the main character finds herself in the body of the villainess in her favorite otome game. Accomplishments of the Duke's Daughter very quickly brushes the otome aspect of the series aside and focuses on the main character's knowledge of economics, business, and taxes. I just did a quick flip-through of My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!, and it seems to reference the main character's otome knowledge much more. It also looks wackier.

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review 2019-08-03 19:54
Dead Souls by Angela Marsons
Dead Souls: A gripping serial killer thriller with a shocking twist (Detective Kim Stone Crime Thriller Series Book 6) - Angela Marsons

This is the sixth book in the DI Kim Stone series. The prologue starts with the suicide of a teenage boy that has to stop what he is doing to write a letter to his mother to let her know it is not her fault. This part is pretty simple, but Marsons can make simple things into big things. Next, we find DI Stone in a field where she has been called after Doctor A, a forensic archeologist professor that had been called to a field site to dig and has found a human bone. The one bone turns into many bones and foul play is suspected.


All this sets up a very thought-provoking book, hitting on basically any kind of hate crime imaginable, and then some. In a crime thriller series, rarely does a fictional story make you think about things that have affected you, or someone close to you, as this book does. This book puts the small groups of people that hate anybody different and how they go out and hurt these people. Hopefully not as bad as in this book, but with us living in the instant news era, we do see these hate groups too much.


I can't go much further discussing the book unless I start giving out spoilers, and with most of my reading, these books have been out a few years and already discussed. This series for me has become a must-read series. Angela Marsons is turning out to be the Queen of research for her books. I really appreciate the time and quality of her writings and the journey she takes me on when I read her books.


Broken Souls by Angela Marsons,
Book 6 in the DI Kim Stone Series

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