Fractured Minds Review

Title: Fractured Minds

Author: Nikki J Summers

This is the third in the Rebels of Sandland series.

Oh, Finn. What a right old mess you’ve found yourself in here, mate.

I actually really liked the way this played out.

Honesty, I wasn’t feeling Finn much before this story, he seemed a little quiet, a little shy; which he is, but there’s more to it underneath.

Still waters run deep and all that.

We also haven’t seen a great deal of Effie but I liked her too. I’m looking forward to seeing what happens with Liv and the final Rebels book with Zac.

There is so much more to come with this group and I enjoyed Finns story a great deal. Brandon is still my fave though haha

Devils & Dust Review

Title: Devils and Dust

Author: Catherine Wiltcher

This is a standalone story.

It seems to be vaguely linked to Catherine’s other series’, there’s some cross over with the characters but you certainly get all the feels without having read the other books.

I think its safe to say Rick won me over, but it wasn’t an easy feat. I had put some of the pieces together before they all fell into place but there’s nothing quite seeing how it all comes together.

Love, loss and lies. That about sums this story up. A fantastic story, beautifully woven together, and I can’t wait to delve into some more!

The Revenge You Seek Review

Title: The Revenge You Seek

Author: Tracy Lorraine

This is the first in a duet!

I love Tracy’s writing. There’s no other way I can put it. It’s great.

The love hate relationship between Letty and Kane is hot! The relationship between Leon, Luca and Letty is hot too!

This book is one whole lot of steam and confusion and I can not wait for book two to come so that I can finally make sense of all the pieces!

Untouchable Review

Title: Untouchable

Author: Sienna Grant

This is a standalone story.

Roman and Paisley were fun and sweet.

We all remember those boys at school. The ones that knew they had it going on. The confident ones with the mischievous twinkle in their eyes. That’s Roman. Both then, and now.

Unfortunately tagging along behind him is the mouthy one. The one who knows how to tear you down and make you feel about two inches tall. And sadly, some things never change.

When Paisley Kennedy swims back into his life and takes charge he has to take a minute and take stock. Not the mousey girl he remembers, she’s now quiet and confident – or so it seems.

The story turns this way and that, friends and colleagues both with them and against them as they manoeuvre the limelight and the quagmire they find themselves in.

This was a great story but I struggled with the tense changes. The characters were good, although I could live without Gavin LOL

Busy busy!

Life is busy busy busy atm!

Within Reach, my second release and first full length novel, released a little over two weeks ago 😯

I love this story and the characters. It’s the perfect jumping point for the next story with a smidge of darkness and a dash of something more. A great bridge from the light and fluffy that was the Christmas novella; Home to the darker depths that is The Shadow.

I’m working on graphics and formatting for the next book. I’ve written books four and five and am in the process of refining both of those.

I’ve started writing both books 6 and 7 because I have no chill 🙃

I’m also collating an anthology for the Romance Readers Book Box UK and working on the summer boxes. The Spring boxes are in progress as we speak.

There is very little time for reading at the moment unfortunately. My brain is switching to look at formatting and graphics and all things pretty.

While still attempting to teach my older two boys school stuff and potty train the youngest.

Did I say things were busy?

Anyway, I just wanted to pop on and say things are really busy but there are good things coming!

The Kiss Review

Title: The Kiss

Author: M Robinson

This is the first of the Playboy Pact series.

Mila and Leo, where do I start? They were fun and flirty, she is sassy and he is a self appointed manw**re.

I love the idea for this story and it’s a nice, light, and easy read. The friendship aspect is front and centre from the beginning and this friends to lover’s romance has all the sweetness you’d expect.

I prefer my romance with a lithe more of a kick to it but this was well written and the characters were fun!

Master Review

Title: Master

Author: Alice La Roux

This is part of a series of interconnected standalone stories but I haven’t read any of the others.

This was a really quick easy read. The characters are hot and the chemistry is off the charts.

I loved the background and working out who all the players were and their roles in the carnaval. The easy it all comes together at the end was beautiful!

A fab read!


Wow, well, I’ve finally got round to catching up with all my reviews.

I don’t normally leave it so long and tend to review as I go but my brain has been tied up with writing and it’s all gone a bit sideways!

My first book released at the start of December, I’ll pop the links below incase anyone wants a nosey. Home was amazing and everything I hoped for. A light Christmas festive romance to set the scene for the rest of the series.


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But the series doesn’t stay there! Within Reach releases in a little under two weeks and I am well under way with preparations for that too! This one has a little more drama than Home and it only increases as we head down the rabbit hole with The Fated Series.

I am absolutely loving being able to weave this world into reality and the characters that reside within. It is so much fun but I need to be able to absorb others too.

I devoured Fulcrum by Max Henry yesterday. As always she blew me away with the culmination of four books and a finale that served the band well.

My next read is darker as I prepare to head into Sancte Diablo from Amo Jones; another author I can always guarantee an amazing world from.

I’ll leave the links for Within Reach below incase anyone is interested in a peek.

But I’m still here. Still reading. Still reviewing and still writing!

Within Reach

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