Book Reviews

Review Roundup – October 26th to November 1st, 2020

RIP Rachel Caine.

I’ve never read so much as a sentence from Rachel Caine, but I did get her to sign a bookmark for my homegirl one year at A-kon. So this Review Roundup is dedicated to her.

Devil In Her Bed by Amarie Avant

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Siobhan Lincoln is barely keeping it together after the death of her older brother, the disappearance of her ex-boyfriend, and the emergence of a stalker. She moves out to Willow Bluff for peace of mind, and she finds it in Lincoln Zager. But will her stalker allow her to enjoy it?

I don’t know what it is about Amarie Avant and these crazy stalkers, but she really did good work here. While I will admit that some key points did not get their due, I will still award a 5-star rating for no major mistakes or grammatical errors, and a very compelling story.

I recommend reading this one before Diablo Inside, because it does not connect back at all. The two books are truly standalone, but I felt a bit disappointed that Aria wasn’t in this book.

Still, if you love a good Romance with elements of a Thriller, this book is for you.

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Moonlight in Vermont by Olivia Gaines

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I love it

When Fauvette Cassowary met Angelina Franklin she didn’t expect to find her happily ever after. But when life gives you apples, you have to make cider.

I love this series. It’s so cute and wonderful. I like that it wasn’t as clean as the last book; there was some complications here. It made for a good story and a great read.

I’d recommend this book to anyone who likes mail order brides with happy endings.

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Blind Copy by Olivia Gaines

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Mr. Exit only meant use the restroom at a pit stop, but found himself taking home a stowaway that changes his life forever.

I really shouldn’t like Olivia Gaines’ Happily Ever Afters the way that I do, but she really puts them together. Even the eye rolls are enjoyable.

This is actually my first book in the Technician series, but it seems like some of the characters connect back to The Mail Order Brides series. I love that in a bookverse, so I’ll definitely be sticking with Gaines for a while.

I think Blind Copy works well as a standalone, but it definitely makes you curious about the rest of the series. I’d definitely recommend it to anyone interested.

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