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Review of ‘Shadowboxer’ by Jessica L. Webb.

Former boxer Jordan McAddie had a hard childhood and now she’s dedicated to help street kids by teaching them the discipline of boxing. With her mentoring duties, a full time job and her social worker studies, she’s got enough on her plate and the least thing she needs is her first love walking back into …

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Review of ‘Easy Nevada and the pyramid’s curse’ by Georgette Kaplan.

This book is part one of ‘The Cushing-Nevada chronicles’ series which follows the adventures of archaeologist Dr. Candice Cushing and maverick treasure hunter Easy Nevada. They are both interested in digging the secrets of a mysterious pyramid in Sudan: Candice for widening the country’s heritage, Easy for her own materialistic interests. As a group of …

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Review of ‘An outsider inside’ by R. J. Samuel.

In the run-up to Ireland’s referendum on same-sex marriage, Irish-Indian lesbian activist Jaya Dillon has to confront her unresolved issues on bisexualty and her mixed-race origin. When she discovers a manuscript while tidying a rental house, she finds herself emotionally invested in search for its disappeared author. This is not a typical romance and definitely …

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Review of ‘Listen to your heart’ by Becky Harmon.

Attorney Jemini Rivers and Deputy Steph Williams grew up in the small town of Riverview and were best friends until the day when Jemini and her mother left town to never return. A couple of decades later, Jemini returns to Riverview after her grandmother’s death who left her the family property in hope that she …

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Review of ‘The locket’ by Gerri Hill.

Gerri Hill is an experienced lesfic author with more than thirty published novels. She normally writes romances or light romantic mysteries which are a good choice if like reading a page-turner mystery without gruesome parts. This is the case of ‘The locket’ in which hot Hollywood actress Danielle Stevens travels to Dallas to prepare for …

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