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Legacy, Andalucian Night #3 by Hannah Fielding- review


Title: Legacy

Author: Hannah Fielding

Genre: Romance, Fiction

Pages: 448( I’ve read Kindle edition)

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My review:

Luna half Spanish half American gets an undercover job to investigate the controversial work of Doctor Rodrigo Rueda de Calderon. She must go in Spain for that, and the doctor isn’t what she expects to be, a young and attractive man. The attraction is vivid between them but could they cross all secrets and finally find true love?

Legacy is the third book of the Andalucian Nights series and is perfectly written like the other two books. Hannah Fielding doesn’t spare words but genuinely gives us in this perfect story which started in Indiscretion, the first book of this series. This is well written and engaging story, which brings my emotions up and down along with Luna and Rodrigo.

Luna is smart and dedicated to work young woman, who is frightened to give her heart. Rodrigo is a half-gypsy, and his reputation isn’t good, but his charm and humor work like a magnet to Luna.

I like how they met and how slowly get to knowing each other playing hot and cold. The settings, beautiful Cadiz on the Spanish coast makes the story to sound more convenient and more romantic. The house on the beach which Luna rents is fascinating, and it fits very well in the picture of Cadiz.

The whole package which includes the story and the characters is unforgettable, and It will stay in my mind long time.

I recommend Legacy for everyone who likes romance in extremely romantic and exotic settings and for everyone who loves intriguing love story twining with secrets.

This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

My rating 5/5(amazing book)

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Out of Practice by Phoebe Fox-review


Title: Out of Practice

Author: Phoebe Fox

Genre: Chick Lit, Fiction, Romance

Pages: 274(I’ve read Kindle copy)

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My review:

Brook Ogden finally recovers from many downs and her life is in great state, especially her love life. She definitely lives with the love of her life and their two fur friends. Sasha and Stu are good, and they have an adorable baby, who everyone in the family loves. The only thing that is not right is her beloved father’s death.

After Brook’s appearance in one show on the local television her self-esteem and her work life goes on the downward path.  The TV hostess is her frenemy, and it seems that she has the unfinished battles with Brook and she is eager to finish those in the show humiliating Brook in front of the public. Everyone needs Brook’s advice and support, but one person can’t be right just giving without getting anything back.

This is the last book in Breakup Doctor series and it so sad that this is the end of the series. I’ve enjoyed reading previous books about Brook Ogden the therapist for the broken hearts, who herself calls breakup doctor, but it seems that this book is the top. The things go up and suddenly down for Brook. I enjoy reading the book I cry and laugh with Brook. When the death took Brook’s father everyone in the family grief in a different way, and that complicate the things, but family stays together.

Brook is even better than I remember it from the previous books. She is a helpful and compassionate character. In previous books she was funny, and I laugh more, but this time her father’s death gives the story more serious approach. It is wonderful how Brook deals with everything after her father’s lost and her issues with the practice Brook’s faith and enthusiasm decreases day by day, but she isn’t alone, and she has the biggest support ever Ben, Sasha, and Stu, even her nephew helps. I felt all her troubles as they are mine.

I highly recommend this book to everyone who wants to read chick lit novels with a heartwarming story.

This book was provided by the author and publisher.

My rating 5/5(amazing book).

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I was a bitch by Emily Ruben- review and release day


Title: I Was A Bitch

Author: Emily Ruben

Genre: Romance, Young Adult

Pages: 261(I read Kindle copy)

Publisher: Inkitt, 12.October 2016

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My review:

Lacey was waking from two months coma after a terrifying accident, and she thought that she was sixteen. Her parents looked older that she remembered them. Trying to comfort her they told her the truth that she was eighteen, and they mentioned Derek, her boyfriend, but nothing helped, she didn’t remember anything of it even her boyfriend. Day by day she was discovering that she was a Queen Bitch in her high school and couldn’t remember who Derek was and why she was her girlfriend, considering that he was the most attractive and gorgeous young man.

How she become the most popular girl in the school, how that was possible she got thousands of likes and followers on FB when she was an ordinary girl, unpopular almost invisible girl in an entire city or that was in the past, two years ago.

I had struggled which book to pick up to be my next currently-reading and saw this book in my inbox marked like an arc. After I had read incredibly romantic and the unforgettable book I was a Bitch seemed to me like an ordinary and straightforward YA book, but I was wrong it was much more it was “read at first sight.” This book is intelligent and well plotted filled with many surprises which made me reading till the end. Surprisingly this book is a debut to Emily Ruben. I found her tone dramatic and narrative which was keeping me awake till the early morning hours. The book wrote in the first person, and the story told in Lacey point of view.

Lacey was a strong, very smart girl and fighter. When she discovered that she had partial amnesia kept that in secret from the others, except her parents and her brother and while Lacey is trying to find out who she was, I enjoyed in suspense. Lacey was the character that gave me a reason to read till the end and cared about her.

I recommend this book to everyone who liked After series by Anna Todd and Did I Mention series by Estelle Maskame.

The publisher provided this book, thank you, David.

My rating 5/5(amazing).

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Green Tea Latte To go by Aven Ellis-review


Title:Green Tea Latte To Go

Author:Aven Ellis

Genre:Fiction, Romantic Comedy, Romance

Pages:286(I read Kindle copy)

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Publisher: RJM Publishing (September 13, 2016)

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Although her parents thought that Payton is ridiculous and not approve her blogging career, Payton still thinks that she will succeed. Payton is an independent girl who endeavors and wants perfections, whether that be her looking or achievements in her career, even her green tea latte is perfectly chosen to be the perfect drink for her.

One day Payton goes in her usual coffee shop and orders her green tea latte, but she gets coffee which is not her but Brooks’ a perfect Englishman with beautiful brown eyes.

I like this book like all Aven Ellis’s books that I’ve read, because of it with her recognizable calm tone, enthusiastic story line, and sparkle and breathing new character.Yes, breathing because Ellis brings life in her characters they are like breathing, alive persons. I like the light way and like delightful Payton.

Payton is a girl like every girl in the world ambitious, trendsetter, a girl with style. I like how she manage to accomplish all her aspirations.

Brooks is every woman’s dream boyfriend. He knows what he wants and what doesn’t want, he knows how to conquest the girl’s heart.

I recommend this book to everyone who wants to read light, heart melting funny books, to everyone who believes that true love can defeat all obstacles.

This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

My rating 5/5 (amazing book).

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Seven Hours Challenge Accepted by Angelina Kerner-review


Title: Seven Hours challenge Accepted

Author: Angelina Kerner

Genre: Women’s Fiction

Pages: 106(I read e-book)

Published:July 29th 2016 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

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My review:

Chanel is an independent woman, who want to get a chance to see finally. She is okay with her state, but she tries to find the way to see, so she gets pills in every seven hours its experimental treatment, but she wants to work.
After one awkward situation, Chanel is under protection 24/7 by Leon, her bodyguard. Chanel’s father can allow her to get in such a situation and hire Leon to watch her.

I enjoy read this book, because is different in many ways the author’s tone is fresh and calming, the story goes that in the first place I don’t realize that Chanel is blind because the author doesn’t tell that. I love how the story goes and how it ends, how it has an impact on me. I have mixed feelings while I read this book.
Chanel is lovely, sweet young woman in her nineteen she is independent and educated she is a fighter, and she knows what she wants then she grab the chance to get that. Chanel only knows about love no matter what others people do she give back with love.

I recommend this book to everyone who loves good touching story, suspense, and love.
This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.
My rating 5/5(amazing book).

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Masquerade by Hannah Fielding- review


Title: Masquerade (Andalucian Nights 2)

Author: Hannah Fielding

Genre: Historical Romance

Pages: 442(I read paperback edition)

Published: August 6th 2015 by London Wall (first published August 1st 2015)

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My review:

Luz de Rueda was back in Spain after time spent in England. She came there to write the biography of one of the greatest Spanish artists. Luz met Leandro, young and passionate gypsy on her first days in Cadiz. She felt attracted by Leandro, but she knew that he is forbidden to her. Andreas de Calderon was Luz’s employer mysterious and refined man, but he was almost Leandro’s double.

The author’s vivid descriptions bring more joy in reading. I saw Spain in 1976 glistening and enigmatic although I have never been there.  I read all Hannah Fielding’s books and currently reading Legacy the last one in this series and could tell reading her books is a journey. In this book, I found again her talent to inspirit life in the book, and that is the main reason why I want to read more and more.

Luz was a young woman, innocent and inexperienced who wanted to learn about love and passion. Her life when she stepped in Cadiz was a struggle between last, love and secrets.

Leandro and Andreas were so the same and too different. The similarity in their look didn’t mean similarity in their personality.

The story about those three characters will bring you back in the past with such a picturesque and romantic atmosphere and in the same time awoke the feelings about them.

I recommend Masquerade to everyone who loves a good book, which you could read it in any season and any mood.

This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

My rating 5/5(amazing book).

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Mabel and The Queen of Dreams by Henry Herz



Title: Mabel and the Queen of Dreams

Author: Henry Herz, Joshua Herz and Harrison Herz, illustartions: Lisa Woods

Genre: Children’s book, fairy tale

Pages: 32( I read digital edition)

Publishing:August 28th 2016 by Schiffer Publishing

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My review:

Mabel doesn’t want to go to sleep. She always comes up with excuses: I’m thirsty, I have to pee, and I’m not tired.  But all she wants is one great story before to go to sleep. Her mother has solution for her avoiding excuses one fun and sweet story, the story about Fae Queen, who goes when children goes to sleep and close their eyes. Fae Queen paints the dreams flying in her tiny chariot.

Mabel and Queen of Dreams is delightful and cute bedtime story. Mabel is charming and adorable character with whom kids could easy related. The illustrations are beautiful and soothing perfectly fit with the story.

The book for ages 0-6 but everyone who likes  fairy tales will like this story about wonderful and gorgeous Fae Queen, who visits when everyone close their eyes to sleep.

I love how Fae Queen is illustrated very sweet and tiny with her tiny chariot and Mabel sweet little girl so charming and playful.

I recommend this book for every mother and kids who enjoy in fairy tales beautifully told.

This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

My rating 5/5(amazing book).

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Suddenly Spellbound by Erica Lucke Dean-review ARC


Title: Suddenly Spellbound

Author: Erica Lucke Dean

Genre: Romance, Paranormal

Pages: 200(I read Kindle copy)

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My review:

Ivie is kindergarten teacher and sorcerer. She lives her dream engaged soon to be married to handsome ex-magician Jack. She brings back from dead her father mighty wizard. When she thinks that everything is happy ever after suddenly something happened and all secrets from the past hunting her, but she is not aware of it.

I don’t read the first book of this series and I only can imagine how wonderful it’s when Ivie finds out that she is a sorcerer. I totally enjoy this book couldn’t put it down until the end. The end is unexpected, and I can hardly wait to read the third book and see how Ivie will manage the situation and finally finds her happy ever after.

The plot is captivating and entertaining with a twist and turns in the easy and funny way. I must admit that this is the first book from this author that I read and is a real revelation for me. I usually don’t read paranormal books, but this is one of those books that I enjoy. The characters are so genuine and exciting it easy to imagine them and feel nothing but empathy reading about them. Ivie’s paranormal ability doesn’t bother me at all, but it was interesting for a change to read about them. The entire book is from the Ivie’s point of view.

Ivie is very smart, so sweet and thoughtful that makes me think that she is a little bit naïve. I enjoy when she uses magic and gets a red hair. Her relationship with Jack is fantastic; there was part of the book that I was little suspicious about him, but I right away change my mind.

Jack is a thoughtful, kind, decent man and handsome.The author doesn’t describe his appearance (I suppose she did in the first book) but from Ivie’s remarks for him, everything is evident that he is adorable.

I recommend this book to everyone who enjoy in good and easy reads.

This book is ARC provided by the publisher via Net Galley.

My rating 5/5(amazing)



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Heart Conditions by Phoebe Fox-review


Title: Heart Conditions

Author: Phoebe Fox

Genre: Chick-lit, Romantic Comedy

Pages:300(I read Kindle copy)

Publication date:  February 9th, 2016 by Henery Press

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My review:

Brooke and Ben aren’t together, and they try to be friends. She becomes closer and closer with Jake, Ben’s dog. Everything seems good between Ben and Brook’s friendship until Ben finds Pamela, a perfect woman, beautiful, blonde with a career. Brook thinks that Pamela is everything that she isn’t. While Ben and Pamela are on the weekend and while Ben is working Brook is here to care about Jake. There is Stu Brook’s brother and Sasha her best friend still together, but Sasha is hiding something and Brook want to discover what is it. Michele, Brook’s ex-fiancée, is back, and everything gets complicated.
This is the third installment in this series; the first one is The Breakup Doctor, second one Bedside Manners. I love this series because of the author’s style and narrative tone. While I read all three books, I have felt that I read my best friend’s diaries or like I listen how my friend tells me her story. The story is so real and pleasantly said that you don’t have to feel that you read and is easy to connect with characters.
Brook well known as breakup doctor she helps people to continue with their lives after a breakup. But she is in a similar situation, Sasha her best friend has her problems who will help her to get through this. I enjoy reading about Brook like I told you before I feel like I know her very well. She is the bright person who knows how to deal with every kind of situation. Her parents are back together, and I love to read about their dinners or conversations, I like to read about when the family is together because recently I lost my mom (RIP, mommy) and I miss that feeling.
Sasha and Stu are so cute together, and it’s pleasant to read where their relationship goes, their doubts and little issues, especially I like Brook’s intentions to help Sasha to deal with her issue that was hilarious.
I recommend this book to chick lit lovers and to everyone who wants to read well written romantic comedy about love, breakups, family, and friendships.

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A Little Sugar, A Lot of Love by Linn B. Halton-review


Title: A Little Sugar, a Lot of Love

Author: Linn B. Halton

Genre: Romance

Pages: 233(I read Kindle copy)

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Author’s page: Linn B. Halton

My review:

Katie is a sweet woman, who tries to run her bakery. She doesn’t think that it is so hard to even with a little help of her partner Steve. But, does he help at all? Katie is struggling between her dream job, make people happy with every bite they taste her sweet cupcakes and cakes and her love life with Steve. Could she resist in the business or she will quit under the pressure?

Adam manages how to be a parent to Lilly and precious grandchildren to his grandma Grace. One day he runs in one small bakery, and the owner saves his life with one pink shirt and one Christmas cake. Is it means that he will make her grandma happy and bring some woman home soon or not?

This book takes my whole attention from the very beginning until the end. I enjoy in every single page I’ve turned.

The story is unique and told from every character who I met there. Everyone: Katie, Adam, Grace even Steve says their part of the story in the first person. Which is mean unique, isn’t it? I like when the story is told in the first person it means more intimacy for me, seems like I knew the main characters. The story goes without any distractions or interruptions fluently till the end. I like how the author describes all situations with the characters and their interactions and every one of them tells the story from their angle.

Katie is the sweetest woman that I recently met in the fiction world. I like how she helps to the people, without hesitation and despite she knows that she is right about something she torture herself and blame herself not the other person. I was mad reading about her position in few situations at the beginning of the book.

Adam is a great man, a good father and he was a good husband too, but to the wrong person. He gives everything that is in his power to raise his daughter and to make his old grandmother happy. I like his point of view, and I like him so much.

Grace is a good old lady with a lot of losses in her life but still stand bravely till the end for her grandson Adam and her grand granddaughter Lilly.

Steve is a story for his self, I won’t waste time to describe him, and just I will tell that I don’t like him at all. Even I hate him like a character still the author makes me read his point of view and enjoy the whole book at all.

I recommend this book for romance lovers because it is sweet and enjoyable from the beginning until the end.

This book was provided by JB from Brock Cottage Books as part of the book tour.

My rating 5/5(amazing)