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quote 2017-04-08 05:04
"I smash her. I weep. I bring the shovel down on her twitching body again and again. I want to erase her. I want to erase the love, the hurt, the agony. Silence the storm in me. It does not diminish one single bit...
My name is Brian Sully, and I died in that bed of roses."

* 'I Died In A Bed Of Roses' by Kevin Strange / http://www.kevinthestrange.com/

I Died in a Bed of Roses by Kevin Strange

Source: www.kevinthestrange.com
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review 2015-04-23 05:09
Reader review posted to Chapters/Indigo Site

I read an advanced release copy of this book and loved it. It has everything I look for - strong, relatable characters, mystery and suspense, and great romance. It's written from dual points of view, alternating chapters from Josh to Alessa, and this let me really connect with both of the main characters. My favourite thing about this book was the suspense. Alessa shows up in the ER beaten almost to death and with no memory of what happened to her, or who she is. As Josh and Alessa fall for each other they follow what clues they can to figure out who she is. Meanwhile what happened to Alessa isn't quite as in the past as they may think! This book is a great read - definitely recommend it!

Brenda~ reader review posted to Chapters/Indigo Site 

Source: www.chapters.indigo.ca/en-ca/books/dangerous-love/9780990908562-item.html
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quote 2015-04-14 09:03
"I love you, Grayson."
Deep breath.
"When it comes to us, I'm all in."
Only For Us - Cristin Harber

--- Only for Us, by Cristin Harber
(Book 3 in Only series)

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review 2013-08-07 02:36
Plan X
By Rory Tate

IR Verdict: A quick and thoughtful thriller that takes Officer Cody Byrne around the globe in a series of murderous twists that include shocking personal discovery, Shakespearean drama and royal connections that she never could have seen coming.
Book Reviews, eBooks, Fiction, IR Approved, Mystery/Thriller • Jul 22, 2013

PLAN X starts with Bozeman Police Officer Cody Byrne speeding away from PTSD and her own insomnia toward the scene of a deadly explosion on the campus of Montana State University.

As a second blast rocks the first responders, Byrne has to fight back a panic attack as she flashed back to her tour of duty as a bomb scene investigator in Iraq. Based on her Army experience, she is brought in on the case.

Assigned to the seemingly uncomplicated identification of the surviving victim, Byrne ends up in the kind of tumultuous mystery that affects every part of her own life and uncovers centuries old pages spread around the campus, her family and the globe that could potentially be part of Shakespeare’s final and unpublished drama.

While in pursuit of the truth, on the job and off, Cody finds answers she was not seeking about the father she had never before met and some long awaited discovery about the real life and recent death of her beloved brother. She gains rare and raw insight into the person behind the façade of her previously alienated and intimidating mother, launching a more honest and mutual relationship between them.

From her attempts to uncover the real identity of the burn victim in Montana, Officer Byrne unwittingly encounters conflicting experts and international espionage. Everyone she meets seems to share the common goal of stopping her from learning the truth about the potentially history altering pages and their global implications in multiple covert operations and the British royal family.

The mystery and intrigue are engaging, the changing landscapes are described subtly but artfully. By the conclusion, everything else seems almost a backdrop for McClendon’s tale of her protagonist’s own self-discovery. Cody Byrne’s struggle with vulnerability and emotional paralysis results from real and relatable personal tragedy. Her growth and personal progress end up being the ultimate victory, as the villain’s own ending goes almost unnoticed.

Reviewed by Kat Toland for IndieReader

- See more at: http://indiereader.com/2013/07/plan-x/#sthash.8wGe5kiA.dpuf
Source: indiereader.com/2013/07/plan-x/#sthash.8wGe5kiA.dpuf
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