Mission: Colton Justice by Jennifer Morey

In the latest book of the Coltons of Shadow Creek miniseries, emotions run high while threats keep escalating. What might have been an intentional death also becomes more complicated as further evidence comes to light, and I often never knew what direction the story was going to take. Jennifer Morey makes her installment captivating with numerous mysteries that need resolving. While subtle clues are given from time to time, nothing is assured until all details are eventually confirmed. MISSION: COLTON JUSTICE intrigues with conflicting emotions and troubling jeopardy.

While going to college for a criminal justice degree, Adeline Winters needed extra money to pay all her bills. Being a surrogate for a childless couple was her choice to bring in more cash, and she now has her own thriving private investigation business. When the father of the child that she carried wants to speak with her, Adeline has no idea as to his reason. It seems Jeremy Kincaid thinks his wife was actually murdered two years ago, not accidentally killed when her car hit a pole.

Though Adeline is unconvinced at first, she does take Jeremy on as a client when he makes a good argument for her looking into whether the supposedly deceased Livia Colton could have had anything to do with the wreck. As facts are gathered and truths come out, it does seem as though something sinister could have occurred. When the wellbeing of the young boy is threatened, Adeline and Jeremy know all their focus must be on recovering him before it is too late.

There is already an emotional bond between Jeremy and Adeline because of how little Jamie came to be born. When they reconnect because of doubts about the death of his wife, it is very difficult for her to ignore the desire to also bond with the child. I could really sense the deep feelings Adeline had for the boy that she gave to two loving parents, yet she tried to make the best of the situation and concentrate on discovering what happened to Jeremy’s wife. He desperately wants to learn what took place when his spouse was out alone, as it has kept him from moving on, whether he admits it or not. Adding to the tension when Adeline and Jeremy are together is the sexual awareness each has of the other, and keeping it under control is not always easy. Jennifer Morey certainly took the couple on an emotional journey as they worked to uncover the truth.

MISSION: COLTON JUSTICE had me constantly changing my mind as to what was going on in the present along with what transpired in the past. As Adeline investigates, shocking information is unearthed, and I was definitely stunned by some of the news. Several suspenseful events had me wondering how everything was going to turn out. While answers pertaining to this story were learned, there is still a big question to be explored in a future book of the Coltons of Shadow Creek miniseries.

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Series:  Coltons of Shadow Creek

Publisher:  Harlequin Romantic Suspense

Releases:  October 1, 2017

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/y79rgwmu

Genre:  Suspense

Rating:  4 Stars

Navy SEAL Protector by Bonnie Vanak

Puzzling threats and a reunited couple make the latest SOS Agency story intriguing because of numerous uncertainties. Who is trying to cause all types of damage at a ranch is unknown, and each new development just seems to bring more danger. A man and woman who knew each other for years are brought back together because of a death. Even though old hurts resurface, the two must work closely or much in their lives could be lost forever. NAVY SEAL PROTECTOR is filled with mysteries and heartfelt emotional issues. Bonnie Vanak cleverly entwines unexpected suspense with a touching romance.

After her father becomes an employee on the Belle Creek ranch in Tennessee, Shelby Stillwater felt like she finally had an actual home. Now that the man who owns the property has died, she worries that the place may be sold, which would mean losing her apartment plus the job as its bookkeeper. She then starts getting notes stating she needs to leave the ranch, yet Shelby does not tell anyone because of feared repercussions.

When Nick Anderson returns for his father’s funeral, he is once again back in Shelby’s life. A broken heart back in high school taught her it would be best to avoid him now, but the former SEAL is staying on the same property as her while he decides what to do with the ranch which was part of his inheritance. The thought of seeing Nick every day does not make Shelby happy, though the capable soldier might be able to fix the many troubles Belle Creek is facing.

There is one hardship after another for Nick and Shelby to triumph over in the story, and I repeatedly did not see a way to them to come out the winner on several occasions. Since the danger in the threats also keeps escalating, I feared for their safety and worried great harm might happen to them. Neither Nick nor Shelby are individuals who give up without doing all they can to reach a goal. I really liked how she pushed him to be a better man, even when childhood doubts had him questioning his actions. She frequently has to overlook the town gossips because of her parents, and I could envision such situations taking place in a small town. Bonnie Vanak brings realism into NAVY SEAL PROTECTOR, where hopeful dreams might actually occur if only chances are taken. Since Nick and Shelby often interacted when younger, they know much about each other. I enjoyed their reminiscing about the past, and watching them explore buried feelings as adults.

With the list of suspects who want Nick to sell the ranch growing, I never knew for certain who was actually responsible until the frightening conclusion. The author definitely made a couple scenes exciting because possible scenarios are very perilous. I really like stories where a couple get the opportunity to be in a relationship after previously missing out on the chance, and when some suspense is added into the mix, then I am even happier.

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Series:  SOS Agency

Publisher:  Harlequin Romantic Suspense

Releases:  October 1, 2017

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/y7qy98za

Genre:  Suspense

Author website:  http://www.bonnievanak.com/

Rating:  4 Stars

Belador Cosaint by Dianna Love

In the Belador series, many characters have encountered unthinkable circumstances when trying to keep others safe. Sometimes the individuals are complete strangers, yet this does not stop the dedicated group from doing whatever is necessary. But in the ninth book, not carrying out a successful mission could come at great personal cost. Quinn has always been a favorite character of mine since the first release, and this usually composed man feels anything but calm inside when the whereabouts of his daughter is unknown. Dianna Love takes her latest Belador release to new heights, as old enemies cause immense emotional suffering and their ongoing threats continue to escalate. BELADOR COSAINT is an imaginative urban fantasy filled with daring adventures and surprising revelations.

Atlanta is overrun with paranormal activity lately, and the Beladors are constantly trying to keep humans from learning about the beings that secretly share their world. Vladimir Quinn has been given the responsibility of making many of the critical choices which will keep the innocent protected and unaware. While he keeps his focus on always doing everything he can to be a great leader, in the back of his mind is a very personal matter that will hopefully be solved soon.

But before Quinn can look for the daughter whom he only recently found out existed, his new dragon king makes a decision which the group governing anyone with supernatural abilities does not like at all. Now the Beladors are watched closely by VIPER, and with Atlanta being threatened by even more problems, no one in the area is safe. Quinn desperately wants to locate his daughter, Phoedra, and keep his friends unharmed, yet his allegiance is repeatedly pulled in different directions.

Dianna Love has created a world where the supernatural remains hidden from unsuspecting humans, and dangerous situations often arise in the quest to keep mortals in the dark. I always thoroughly enjoy the many action-packed incidents that Evalle and her fellow Belador teammates are challenged by, and I was riveted to Quinn’s story as I wanted to discover how things would turn out for this man who has lost so much in the past. When a woman with whom he once interacted comes back into his life, he does not know whether Reese can be trusted or not. Though she may be energetic and is not one to back down when situations do not go as expected, what she leaves unsaid makes Quinn wary. Deciding whose side this fascinating woman is actually on may be a huge gamble with so many lives at stake, especially when it comes to his daughter. I got to see so many different sides to Quinn as he reacted to numerous unanticipated predicaments. BELADOR COSAINT has gripping escapades plus heartfelt emotional moments.

Many of the beloved characters in the series are featured from time to time, and the dragon king of the Beladors really made a big impression. There are also plenty of beings with evil intentions scattered throughout the book, and they prove just how wicked they can be when they desire something. I was once again held spellbound as battles are fought and emotions become entangled.

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Series:  Belador – Book 9

Publisher:  Silver Hawk Press LLC

Releases:  September 28, 2017

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/ycjtclnb

Genre:  Urban Fantasy

Author website:  http://www.authordiannalove.com/

Rating:  5 Stars

Burn For Me by J.H. Croix

To say that I have been highly anticipating BURN FOR ME is an accurate statement. First, I truly love stories with firefighters, those brave individuals who repeatedly put their lives on the line. Then there is the added bonus of having a heroine with my own first name, thus making it even easier for me to picture myself in her place! And since the hero is definitely very tempting, I just knew there would be lots of moments making fantasies come true, and I was absolutely right. J.H. Croix excels in creating emotionally realistic stories, and BURN FOR ME kept me enthralled during every engaging scene.

Although it should have been a joyous day for Amelia Haynes, she is all alone in a bar wearing a muddy wedding dress. While perhaps she should be sorry for not marrying her intended groom, she only feels happy knowing a huge mistake was not made. When an incident with a man at the bar turns unpleasant and the situation looks bleak, Amelia suddenly hears the voice of someone from her past.

It may have been seven years since Amelia has seen Cade Masters, but she has certainly not forgotten a single thing about the man whom she once loved. His disloyalty still haunts her, but there are facts that she does not know. Because Cade will now be living in Willow Brook, Alaska where she presently resides, he plans to make sure Amelia realizes the truth and that they will be together once again.

The Into the Fire series takes place in Alaska, and the picturesque setting comes alive from all the colorful descriptions of the locale, animals, and residents. The career of Cade is depicted with in-depth details which let me get a feel for what he had to endure when a fire broke out. It was also fun to see what Amelia’s career in construction was like when she took on a project. Several citizens in Willow Brook are featured from time to time, and I enjoyed getting to know these individuals and hope to meet them again.

When I met Amelia, the circumstances were not the best, and her honest responses to what happens afterward let me know she was stubborn yet vulnerable. While Cade was also not willing to bend at first when it pertained to their past, his desire for her has him thinking there might be an opportunity for them to get back together. As this couple works through one emotional issue after another, I kept wondering if their love was strong enough to overcome the challenges that came their way. Even when doubts surface, the potent sexual pull Cade and Amelia constantly feel cannot be ignored, resulting in countless fiery encounters. The author had me experiencing these episodes right along with them because of the expertly written scenes. BURN FOR ME is a rewarding read, and I am looking forward to the next release in the Into the Fire series.

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Series:  Into the Fire – Book 1

Publisher:  Amazon Digital Services LLC

Releases:  September 28, 2017

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/y8q8twtb

Genre:  Contemporary

Author website:  http://jhcroixauthor.com/

Rating:  5 Stars

The Agent’s Covert Affair by Karen Anders

Danger happens immediately in the latest To Protect and Serve story, and the peril only intensifies with each new threat. The baby of an injured naval employee is missing, and NCIS is working the case. When the sister of the woman insists on being included in the investigation, agent Derrick Gunn thinks she will only be a hindrance. But Emma St. John proves her worth time and again, and this causes admiration which leads to unexpected feelings. When circumstances turn perilous, keeping each other alive becomes almost as important as finding the child. THE AGENT’S COVERT AFFAIR has risk-filled adventures and an emotional romance. Karen Anders does not disappoint when it comes to romantic suspense, as situations are realistic while characters are engaging.

Though Derrick Gunn has been on a NCIS team for three years, he still likes to work on his own since that is how he previously operated with another government agency. But when a JAG lawyer is seriously hurt and her young child is taken, he reluctantly agrees to let the woman’s sister assist in order to learn what happened because time is crucial. Emma St. John is a private investigator, and Derrick quickly learns she is very capable when it comes to tracking down evidence plus taking care of herself.

Any time he is on a case, Derrick never lets it become personal. Yet being around Emma plus trying to locate her nephew has him feeling emotions that should not surface. When facts seem to point toward a large drug cartel being involved in the baby’s disappearance, Derrick and Emma must fight the strong attraction between them while preparing to battle ruthless men who do not like to lose.

The threats in THE AGENT’S COVERT AFFAIR grabbed me from the start, and my apprehension over what would take place next kept increasing because so much is uncertain. At the start of the book, whoever is behind the abduction is not known, and even when the culprit is learned, there are still facts to uncover. As the risks escalate and physical harm is a definite possibility, Derrick and Emma find themselves bonding with each other, something they rarely do because past experiences have made them not work well with others. Insight into the reason for each of their reactions let me come to understand what currently motivated them, like seeking justice for those who have been wronged. Though they try to resist the pull between them, the desire they feel can be overwhelming.

Suspenseful situations can occur at any time without warning. One of the reasons I enjoy the To Protect and Serve stories so much is that I never know what will happen or to whom. There are plenty of characters with bad intentions in this book, and I certainly enjoyed seeing if the good guys would win or fail when they tangled with someone who had an opposite goal. Although the story is part of a miniseries, the book stands alone since the case is not connected to any prior plots.

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Series:  To Protect and Serve

Publisher:  Harlequin Romantic Suspense

Releases:  October 1, 2017

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/ybvvyw4h

Genre:  Suspense

Author website:  http://www.karenanders.com/

Rating:  4 Stars

A Talent for Temptation by Sabrina Jeffries

There are a large number of likable characters in the Sinful Suitors series, and this novella gives two secondary characters the opportunity to fall in love if they will only take a chance. The author packs a whole lot of compelling moments into the few hours taking place in the story, where insightful details are learned and several secrets are disclosed. I can always count on Sabrina Jeffries to create an engaging plot which grabs my attention until the last word is read. A TALENT FOR TEMPTATION is delightfully satisfying because of appealing characters and a fun yet also emotional premise.

Since Meriel Vyse thinks she is obligated to follow the requests of her late husband’s brother, she will attend a ball instead of meeting with the man whom she is secretly seeing. As she prepares to leave her home, a stranger attempts to drag her to his coach. But before he can carry out his plan, Quinn Raines comes to her rescue.

After Meriel cancelled their latest tryst, Quinn decided to let her know how much he cares for her by devising a hasty scheme. However, things go wrong when he tries to prove he can keep her safe but is instead stabbed by a knife which she was carrying with her.  Now he feels more foolish than heroic, and Quinn hopes to redeem himself before it is too late.

While most happenings in the story are rather serious, amusement occasionally works its way into the situations. Sometimes it is a witty comment or some sharply-worded banter. Other instances have humorous thoughts flitting through their minds, and there are even a couple of scenes that really made me laugh. When an event is more somber and sincere emotions are being expressed, their honesty let me know exactly what Meriel and Quinn were feeling. Numerous facts have been concealed by her, and she believes too many differences will eventually keep her and the man that she is coming to love apart. I really liked her spunk and how she pushed forward even when all seems lost. Quinn feels the relationship he has with Meriel is stalled and takes desperate measures to ensure things move forward, and sadly the initial result is not at all what he wanted. I enjoyed watching this couple hash out what neither has been brave enough to discuss until forced to do so. Every situation in A TALENT FOR TEMPTATION captivates and provides entertainment.

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Series:  Sinful Suitors

Publisher:  Pocket Star

Releases:  October 2, 2017

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/y84ytprh

Genre:  Historical

Author website:  http://www.sabrinajeffries.com/

Rating: 4 Stars

Forsaken by Night by Larissa Ione

The MoonBound Clan series is about a group of vampires with unusual traits, and Larissa Ione makes this novella a fascinating installment packed with creative details. From how these beings perceive humans to their unique abilities, I was once again drawn into the lives of numerous vampires that truly intrigue me. Dangerous incidents, honestly sincere emotions, and sarcastic humor cause FORSAKEN BY NIGHT to be continuously enthralling.

Although Lobo is no longer a part of the MoonBound clan because they felt he could not be trusted, the vampire still feels compelled to watch over the remote area where they live in the Pacific Northwest. One night when shots are heard nearby, he goes to investigate and takes the wolf that he rescued years ago with him. When Tehya is seriously wounded by a poacher, Lobo is distraught at the thought of losing his only companion and makes the rash decision to take his beloved pet to the MoonBound clan compound for help. There is only one way to aid Tehya quickly, but his plan could have very high costs.

FORSAKEN BY NIGHT has lots of clever originality in every riveting scene. There is so much happening in the story despite its shorter length, and I was totally caught up in wanting to discover how things would turn out for Lobo and Tehya. I simply adore the supernatural beings Larissa Ione has brought to life in this series, as each one has their own distinctive personality plus ability, and her latest romantic couple is not only spirited but also enchanting. Lobo has faced much hardship since he was born, and I really felt for this vampire who needs to be loved. What occurred to Tehya in the past is very remarkable, and her life has certainly not been typical for someone who was once human and then found her life forever changed.

Many of the conversations throughout the story are packed with dry wit and some great comebacks, and I just had to laugh when I envisioned these skillfully depicted scenes. Larissa Ione always creates charming characters who are so easy to love. A few surprising twists led to revelations that I was not expecting. There are also some interesting events taking place within the vampire clans, and I am hoping for more books in the series which will explore these situations. The story was previously released in the BLOOD RED KISS anthology and is now available on its own.

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Series:  MoonBound Clan – Book 3

Publisher:  Pocket Star

Releases:  September 25, 2017

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/y9mfwp26

Genre:  Paranormal

Author website:  http://larissaione.com/blog/

Rating:  4 Stars

Caught by the Scot by Karen Hawkins

The Made to Marry series begins with a delightfully interesting novel filled with desperate plotting and lots of humor. What Conner Douglas thought would be an easy answer to an unexpected problem ends up having him devise one inventive plan after another in order to hopefully marry Theodora Cumberbatch-Snowe. He had believed this particular female would be easily persuaded to do his bidding, but it quickly becomes apparent that is not the case. From the moment these two longtime friends meet up, sexual longing increases the tension between them, often to a fever pitch. There are always plenty of humorous incidents occurring to the appealing characters in a historical story by Karen Hawkins, and CAUGHT BY THE SCOT intrigues with misadventures and witty banter.

Losing a beloved relative was bad enough, but Conner Douglas is downright angry upon hearing the terms of this person’s will. What he should inherit is to be given away if he does not wed within a certain number of months. While he could find a woman willing to be his wife, his intended must also be accepted in society. Though most of his female acquaintances are not well-regarded, Conner does know of one woman who would meet the stipulations that he must follow.

Although Theodora Cumberbatch-Snowe may seem to be shy and reserved, she is actually much more spirited than Conner thinks. While there was a time when she would definitely have married him if asked, the Scotsman has waited too long and now she is set to marry another man because she is ready for a change. But when Conner shows up with a surprising proposal, Theodora will have much to think over before her final answer is given.

When I started the book, I wondered how the author would handle the theme of the story where a man is forced to marry or suffer harsh consequences. Conner is shrewd when it comes to carrying out dealings as a privateer, and any relationships with women are for the sole purpose of gratification. He even thinks that having a wife will not truly change how he lives, and I enjoyed watching him come to comprehend what is really important in his life. It did take numerous unanticipated turns to make Conner realize several facts, and it was fun to see his devious mind at work as he plotted new strategies.

CAUGHT BY THE SCOT is entertainingly romantic. While love is certainly not on the mind of Conner when he uses trickery to keep Theodora from marrying another man, she has adored him for years. But this strong-willed woman wants her future to be genuinely happy, and she now understands that a sea-loving privateer cannot ever bring her lasting joy. The couple have much going against them of ever being together, and I was not certain on more than a few occasions if their differences could ever be worked out. When Conner and Theodora have discussions, their sharp wit is evident when cleverly worded comebacks are delivered. There are also some other characters whose remarks are very amusing. Karen Hawkins always manages to create scenes which leave me laughing and wanting more.

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Series:  Made to Marry – Book 1

Publisher:  Pocket Books

Releases:  September 26, 2017

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/ycgabc8q

Genre:  Historical

Author website:  http://www.karenhawkins.com/

Rating:  4 Stars

One Last Kiss by Cynthia Cooke

The group of men who joined the Eternal Bachelors Club had thought they would not get married anytime soon, but some of them have decided there is only one particular woman that they want in their life. Four members remain whose futures have not yet been controlled by their hearts, and Hunter Hamilton is especially adamant about staying unwed. But when he gets an opportunity to reconnect with the woman whom he should never have let escape, seductive plans just might keep Ashleigh Welsley from getting away a second time. Cynthia Cooke has written a very entertaining romance, where long-held secrets could either make a relationship last or end up tearing it apart forever. I absolutely enjoyed every moment of the story, because every scene is so believable that I felt the happenings just had to be true. ONE LAST KISS is emotionally affecting from beginning to end.

Although Hunter Hamilton belongs to the Eternal Bachelors Club, he does date but just has no intention of getting married. There was one woman in his past whom he would have wed, but his choices made certain their relationship did not last. Ashleigh Welsley has been out of his life for fourteen years, so there is no use wishing for what can never come true.

If her father had not become very ill, Ashleigh would have stayed in California instead of coming back to Southampton, NY. Shortly after the well-known actress arrives, she encounters Hunter at a local bar. While both are much different people now than they were long ago, the feelings they once shared have never fully died and keeping them from resurfacing will be very hard.

Even if the previous books in Tina Folsom’s Eternal Bachelors Club series were never read, plenty of details about characters and situations give enough information so everything is understood. I always like when linked stories feature some of the same individuals, as it is great catching up on their lives. Hunter made an exceedingly difficult choice in his past, and it still haunts him. Though he is successful and wealthy, he is not really happy because of how much he regrets losing Ashleigh. While they are no longer involved, he has not truly moved on. Since she thinks he betrayed her, it has caused her problems when it comes to trusting others. When the couple find themselves together again, old hurts are there but so is intense desire. The passion Hunter and Ashleigh feel for one another is frequently sky-high, and they definitely have no trouble expressing any of their lusty cravings. I often felt as though I was experiencing their steamy moments right along with them.

While sexual attraction may keep increasing and various emotions are conveyed by Ashleigh and Hunter, several concealed facts could make a huge difference in what ultimately occurs. There were times when I was very worried over how these two would react to a new disclosure, and genuine responses were demonstrated every time. Cynthia Cooke made every single moment in ONE LAST KISS enthralling, as characters are true-to-life while events are convincingly imaginative.

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Series:  Tina Folsom’s Eternal Bachelors Club – Book 7

Publisher:  Amazon Digital Services LLC

Releases:  September 12, 2017

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/yb4obfrj

Genre:  Contemporary

Author website:  http://www.cynthiacooke.com/

Rating:  4.5 Stars

Breaching the Contract by Chantal Fernando

The Conflict of Interest series begins with a novella which introduces interesting characters who work at a law firm. There are winning attorneys, a capable intern, one take-charge secretary, and the new associate. Katerina Dawson is all set to prove she can be a worthy asset to the firm, but getting the chance to show off her skills will be difficult when she must be out of the office and is not working on actual cases. Then lines are crossed and feelings become involved, and a lawyer plus the new employee will have to make some tough choices when it comes to their futures. I quickly became connected to the many appealing characters in the story, as BREACHING THE CONTRACT is delightfully enjoyable because of captivating developments. Chantal Fernando creates emotional dilemmas for her very likable characters to face, where lasting happiness could be won or lost with one wrong decision.

Since Katerina Dawson only recently got her degree, she was shocked to have been picked as an associate for a prestigious criminal law firm. At first, it seems there will be challenges that will showcase whether she can be a competent lawyer one day. Kat likes working with Jaxon Bentley, and is glad the other partner, Tristan Channing, is not the one over her. All goes well until her boss has to take some time off, which will have her working with the lawyer who is very reserved.

Now Kat is doing various tasks that have nothing to do with the office, and she is starting to feel more like a personal assistant. She does not realize Tristan is secretly attracted to her, and there is even a little desire for him felt by her, too. But neither plans on anything ever happening because of work ethics.

BREACHING THE CONTRACT sets the stage for more compelling situations featuring lawyers and those with whom they interact. Cases are researched and hopefully will have good outcomes. Then there are moments where unspoken wishes are finally declared, and heartfelt emotions are conveyed with much candor. Kat is a very outgoing woman, and I really became caught up in how her new career and possible relationship would turn out. She wants others to comprehend her capabilities, and gives it her all regardless of what job she must perform. Tristan is a little aloof when first met, but insight into his life let me understand this complex man more fully. With the book’s shorter length, the relationship of Tristan and Kat moves along rather quickly, but I still got the sense of genuine feelings between them. There are also some steamy sex scenes where only dreamed about fantasies come true. I thought the story was entertaining, and I am definitely eager for the next book in the series.

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Series:  Conflict of Interest – Book 1

Publisher:  Pocket Star

Releases:  September 18, 2017

Purchase:  http://tinyurl.com/ybbjnz8l

Genre:  Contemporary

Author website:  http://www.authorchantalfernando.com/

Rating:  4 Stars