Book Review: Fast & Wild by Kat Ransom

About the book:Fast & Wild

Title: Fast & Wild (The Fast Series #4)

Author: Kat Ransom

Published: April 24th 2020
Source: Received from the Author via BookSierns in exchange for an honest review (and also owned! )

Format: e-copy

Blurb:

A meaningless tryst with a younger man. A one night stand on the anniversary of a tragedy. That’s all he was supposed to be.

I needed him to make me forget. He asked me to give him everything.

I’m 38. He’s 26. That’s the least of our problems.

The ruthless personal assistant of a top team on the grid, I’m as Type-A as they come. I make the world go ‘round for my athletes. Then I blow off steam dancing my ass off at London punk shows. There was no problem a fierce attitude and big, black boots couldn’t solve, until I met Brodie.

Icelandic driver, Brodie Lusk, skated through life for a broke F1 team with no chance of winning. Packed with potential—but holding no interest in fame, power, or money—he needed different motivation. He should have been simple, casual. Safe.

Sometimes, the safest options turn out to be the most dangerous.

Our passion could not be ignored.

My past would not stay buried.

All I wanted was one hot night with a sexy younger man.

I didn’t sign up for what came next.

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My Review

“Fast & Wild” consumed me. It consumed all my emotions, took away my love for Dante (from “Fast & Hot” and replaced it with a melting fire in my heart for Brodie. He and Mila are like a tornado to each other and like a hurricane for my soul.

Words can be ghosts, too.

Since its release, I’ve read this book twice. It released on March 20th and we are now in May 24th. Why ? Because I just could not get enough and because I found this book my medicine in a time of long hours at the office with stress over excel files and statistics. Mila and Brodie were my escape and also my motivation. Together with them, Kat Ransom took my breath away and gave it back 10 times fresher!

I want your goddamn heart so intrecately fused with mine that they can’t even beat without each other. I. Want. Everything.

Mila is a workaholic. She lives through her work, her best friends are at work, her entire life revolves around F1 and F1 life. Her past stays right where it’s supposed to, but its scars are so deep she has no way of ever escaping them. Brodie gives her one night full of passion that’s supposed to be a onetime thing. But the kid (because he is too young for her) does not give up. They have a lot to figure out, they have obstacles they need to face and they have a past they need to own. But they are amazing!

Some things are ment to end before you’re ready, Princess. Sometimes good people don’t stay that way. Get the fuck out.

The romance is great, the passion between the main characters burs the pages in this book. But what I also loved was the way each character changes to meet the other’s expectations. Mila and Brodie couldn’t be more different. She comes from a crazy rich world and prefers the noise of the city. He wants a quiet life, earning enough to have a decent life. He drives with his heart for a man that gave him a future, not for the money, and he also loves the quiet life of the mountains.  Both our main characters were so well thought and so well built and nothing is left at random.

I read that death ends a life, not a relationship. That love doesn’t have a finite capacity, it can continue expanding endlessly.

I cannot get enough of this book. I’ve read it twice now and I am sure I will read it again soon. It’s one of the very few books that made me miss the characters a couple of days after finishing it and it’s one of the very few books that gave me the same feelings after rereading it. What can I say?! I’m addicted! Thank Kat Ransom, I bow my head to you!

You don’t pick who you fall in love with, and you don’t just stop loving them becasue it gets hard or inconvenient.

Cover review: I love it! I imagine Brodie as Charles LeClerc … (daydreaming now)

Favorite quote: I will pass on that, as I’ve quoted many in my review already. I cannot choose one quote that I like more than the rest! I love this book too much.

5 stars

About the AuthorKat Ransom

Kat Ransom writes steamy romances filled with strong, sassy men and women who bring them to their knees. She lives in Cowboy Country in the Southern US with her husband and two janky rescue cats. When she isn’t writing, she’s exploring isolated corners of the world or curled up with a wool blanket and a stiff whiskey trying to warm up her perpetually cold toes.

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Book Review: Rebel Heir (Rush Duet #1) by Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward

About the book:Rebel Heir

Title: Rebel Heir (Rush Duet #1)

Author: Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward

Published: April 7th 2018
Source: Owned

Format: e-copy

Blurb:

How to kick off a great summer in the Hamptons:

Snag a gorgeous rental on the beach. Check.

Get a job at a trendy summer haunt. Check.

How to screw up a great summer in the Hamptons:

Fall for the one guy with a dark leather jacket, scruff on his face, and intense eyes that doesn’t fit in with the rest of the tony looking crowd. A guy you can’t have when you’ll be leaving at the end of the season.

Check. Check. Check.

I should add—especially when the guy is your sexy, tattooed God of a boss. Especially when he not only owns your place of employment but inherited half of the town. Especially when he’s mean to you.

Or so I thought.

Until one night when he demanded I get in his car so he could drive me home because he didn’t want me walking in the dark. That was sort of how it all started with Rush. And then little by little, some of the walls of this hardass man started to come down.

I never expected that the two of us, seemingly opposites from the outside, would grow so close.

I wasn’t supposed to fall for the rebel heir, especially when he made it clear he didn’t want to cross the line with me.

As the temperature turned cooler, the nights became hotter. My summer became a lot more interesting—and complicated.

All good things must come to an end, right?

Except our ending was one I didn’t see coming.

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My Review

The entire Rush Duet is a complete question mark for me. As I am writing this review, I am still debating my rating for both book 1 and 2 from the series. I have heard a lot of great things about both authors and the books they write together and my hopes were very high going into the series. Unfortunately, not all expectations were met 100%. More like … 60%? 65%?

Book 1 centers on how Gia and Rush meet. She needs a job and he happens to have one available for her. A funny coincidence in which she insults him unintentionally and he is so pissed (and impressed) that he decides to blackmail her into accepting a host position at his bar. From here, they start a beautiful friendship. He knows she is off limits and all he can do for her are tiny favors. Something in Gia is easily cracking Rush’s walls.

It’s great seeing the two interact and is great seeing rush slowly melting his heart to Gia’s determination. He is her boss and he respects that until he can no longer. Gia is a writer and it was beautiful understanding her struggles and the pressure she is under. As a reader, it made me think twice about asking for the next book in a series sooner! I fully understand. I have said it many times before: if I struggle putting 200 words together in a review, I cannot imagine how writing 10,000 would feel like. Rush is there for her all the way. He is supportive, understanding and her motivation and muse. In exchange, Gia is his light and a reason to settle.

Now, on the negative front, I did not like Rush’s “voice” in the book. I could not feel his masculine side very well. He did not have the masculine “voice” I would have expected. Everybody at his club thought of him as this demonic figure, but he did not feel that way to me. I wanted more substance in his character. Some of his actions were naïve, at best, like how he considers Gia off limits because she is his employee and he wants to have some dignity at work. But driving her every night home wouldn’t raise suspicion?

Well, now that all facts are out there, I cannot give more than 3.5 stars. I loved the tension between Gia and Rush, I loved how their relationship is built, but I did not feel very comfortable with Rush, as a character. Most of his personality was built on hearsay. On to book 2….

Cover review: I like the Rush on the cover, I do not like the background. Yes, he is part of a rich family and has to deal with meetings, but the armchair behind is too stylish for Rush’s way of life. Also, makes me think of royalty, not just rich people. The contrast between the title colors and the white is nicely executed.

Favorite quote: “She writes romance novels, Oak. Fucking fairytales. That means, deep down, she wants the fairytale for herself. And I’m not the fairytale. I’m the horror story.”

3.5 stars

Book Review: Imperfect Princess by Sonya Jesus 

 

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It started with fire.

 

 

Not the kind that burns inside you and melts your heart into a mess of happy feelings. A real one. One that rips through wood and disintegrates brick and bone, leaving ashes and orphans in its wake.

Death would have saved me from a rocky family life. There would be no cigarette burns on the soles of my feet, no vicious words engraved in my mind, and no Kai Madison. The friend who saw past the scars and offered me pennies for my secrets. The guy who stole my heart with a single kiss in the middle of a rose garden on a snowy winter.

Nothing would have been easier to leave behind—to vanish from—but for the past four years, I’ve been isolated from the world, living in a hospital room and helping the Feds build a case against my foster-dad. Now I’m free and willing to risk my life to see him again.

There’s only one problem. I’m no longer imperfect. I have the same heart, but a different face.

 

My Review

The Modern Princess Collection has such a great start! I loved “Imperfect Princess” was a GREAT story. We have strong characters, emotion, a solid plot, so it’s a recipe for success according to my standards.

Life has not been kind to Thorn. Having to wear her scars, she hides away, missing her best friend, the only person that showed her a glimpse into what love and friendship should be. Kai, on the other hand, has been missing his best friend and mourned her loss. Still, sometimes all good things come together, and someone has other plans for them.

 The writing style is beautiful! It is my first book by Sonya Jesus and I can say I like her style very much, She managed to bring out the best in our main characters, without overstepping – creating the perfect boy and the perfect girl. Thorn’s emotional state is fragile, Kai’s regrets of not being able to admit his feelings, their struggles, everything is so well described.

Keeping this short, I do advise you check it out and I hope you will enjoy it at least as much as I did. I have discovered a new author, a new favorite story and I cannot wait to continue with the series.

Until next time, happy reading!

5 stars

About Sonya

Sonya’s a nerd—a cool nerd—who loves science, books, make-up and unicorns. She even has unicorn slippers and unicorn plushes adorn her office. It’s not obsession (or so she says), it’s simply an ode to her imaginative side. 

She believes in fairytales and in the beautiful things a mind can conjure. She’s a firm believer of empowering the crazy fictional ideas, putting them down on paper (figurative paper because she’s not a fan of writing in notebooks), and letting them flourish into a story. Sometimes that story is about psychos and murders.

Don’t believe me? Ask her in any of her social media. She’s all about those connections.

“There’s so much potential in a dream, not exploring it seems like such a waste of something absolutely beautiful.”

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The prestigious Camelot University comes fully equipped with elitist guys, a castle, and a Glass Ball, but these self-proclaimed princesses don’t need crowns to prove their worth. They’ve taken love and life into their own hands and written their own fairytale. 

Follow seven of your favorite fairytale heroines as they find their happily ever after, in these standalone, contemporary romance novels. The ladies of Cam U are a dangerous combination of cute and badass, full of attitude and imperfections, and an innocence only fairytales can convey.

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Book Review: Bad Boys Don’t Make Good Boyfriends by Melanie A. Smith

Bad Boys Don’t Make Good Boyfriends
Melanie A. Smith
(Life Lessons, #2)
Publication date: May 19th 2020
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance

From best-selling author Melanie A. Smith comes the second book in a new series of steamy contemporary medical romance standalone novels about life lessons that break all the rules.

Even when you know better, sometimes it’s simply too tempting…

Hospital work isn’t for the faint of heart. Becca Dillon knows that firsthand, having worked as a medical assistant in the cardiac unit at Rutherford Hospital for longer than she cares to think about. What she does care to think about is having fun, gossip, and … guys. Her favorite of the three. And why stick to one, when you can sample them all?

That’s exactly her plan when a workplace crush on a mysterious bad-boy orderly unexpectedly takes a very steamy turn. But Vincent DeMarco turns out to be nothing like she expected, and before she knows it, she’s falling hard and fast. She wants him in ways she’s never wanted anyone before, but there’s something he’s keeping from her. Something that’s holding him back. And Becca is going to find out what.

Even though she knows that bad boys don’t make good boyfriends, he seems like he might be so much more. Will her quest unlock the truth behind who he really is? Or will it end their relationship for good? Either way, ready or not, Becca’s world is about to change.

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My Review

Before proceeding with this review, let’s take a moment to admire what is underneath the leather jacket (…) Ok, now we can start.

This was such a quick and relaxing read. If you are looking for an easy book, with a strong female character who knows exactly her value and won’t take crap from any man this is your book. There is mystery surrounding the male character as well that will be revealed in the end and that you will not see coming and lots of gossip.

Becca has not had such good male models growing up and this is why she is cataloguing new-comer Vincent DeMarco as a bad boy. But they work together and have the same circle of friends, so it’s impossible not to spend time together. But what happens when the ice is broken and the bad boy does not seem so bad after all? Becca needs to decide if she is ready for a serious relationship and Vincent… Let’s say he has more on his plate!

I loved these two and I loved how they start to know each other. Their relationship starts with uncertainties and they take time to reveal them. She has family baggage that prevents her to fully commit, so it would be a big step. For both, but this is something we learn in the end. I loved Becca’s friends and how they play a role in her decisions at some point. Her support system is great.

We see things through Becca’s perspective, so Vincent remains a mystery until the end.  I would have liked to see alternative chapters here, as Vincent has a complicated story to tell. But on the good side, the lack of knowledge regarding his background remains until the end. Speaking of background, I would have liked to learn more about Becca and her family. I feel we know little about her and what determines her to act the way she does. Also, you should probably read the first book as well. Even if the romance is not related, the abundance of office drama (between nurses, medical assistants, doctors and whatnot) can be overwhelming. There is reference to the events happening in book 1, so if you don’t want to feel like an outsider in some discussions, go ahead and start reading in order!

All in all, I liked the book, it was a great, fun and quick read. Because of the items detailed above, I am giving it 4 stars and I cannot wait to read the next story. Until next time, happy reading!

Author Bio:

Melanie A. Smith is the best-selling author of The Safeguarded Heart Series and other contemporary romance fiction. Originally from upstate New York, she spent most of her childhood in the San Francisco Bay Area before moving to Los Angeles for college. After that, she spent almost fifteen years in the Seattle Area, and now lives in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas with her family.

A voracious reader and lifelong writer, Melanie’s writing began at a young age with short stories and poetry. Having completed a bachelor of science in electrical engineering at the University of California, Los Angeles, and a master’s in business administration at the University of Washington, her writing abilities were mainly utilized for technical documents as a lead engineer for the Boeing Company, where she worked for ten years.

After shifting careers to domestic engineering and property management in 2015, she eventually found a balance where she was able to return to writing fiction.

Melanie is also a Mensan and enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, and driving with the windows down and the stereo cranked up loud.

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Book Review: Aru Shah And The Tree Of Whishes byRoshani Chokshi

I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the ARU SHAH AND THE TREE OF WISHES by Roshani Chokshi Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. Check out my post and make sure to enter the giveaway!
About the Book:
Title: ARU SHAH AND THE TREE OF WISHES (Pandava
Quartet #3)
Author: Roshani Chokshi
Pub. Date: April 2, 2020
Publisher: Rick Riordan Presents
Formats: Hardcover, eBook, audiobook
Pages: 400
War between the devas and the demons is imminent, and the Otherworld is on high alert. When intelligence from the human world reveals that the Sleeper is holding a powerful clairvoyant and her sister captive, 14-year-old Aru and her friends launch a search-and-rescue mission. The captives, a pair of twins, turn out to be the newest Pandava sisters, though, according to a prophecy, one sister is not true.

During the celebration of Holi, the heavenly attendants stage a massage PR rebranding campaign to convince everyone that the Pandavas are to be trusted. As much as Aru relishes the attention, she fears that she is destined to bring destruction to her sisters, as the Sleeper has predicted. Aru believes that the only way to prove her reputation is to find the Kalpavriksha, the wish-granting tree that came out of the Ocean of Milk when it was churned. If she can reach it before the Sleeper, perhaps she can turn everything around with one wish.
Careful what you wish for, Aru . . .
PRAISE FOR ARU SHAH AND THE TREE OF WISHES
“Touching, riotously funny, and absolutely stunning.”–Kirkus
Praise
for Aru Shah and the End of Time:
“An imaginative novel that puts girl power and diverse protagonists front and center.”
Entertainment Weekly
“[An] engrossing adventure tale.”Teen Vogue
“Roshani Chokshi spins a modern-day fairy tale that adults and children will love.”-Bustle
My Review

This was such a lovely lovely book!  I binge read the previous two books from the series and I can say I am completely hooked. It didn’t take long for me to be fully immersed into the action and to fall in love with the characters, but when it comes to book 3, I do think this is great!

For those of you who are not familiar with the series, I do advise you read the previous two, just to get accustomed with each character, what ties them and why they do what they do. This is indeed a middle grade fantasy story, but with amazing characters.  Aru is embarking in a new adventure, looking to save a clairvoyant from the Sleeper. Together with her friends, she has to face new obstacles and learn who to trust.

The Hindu Mythology is preset in this third book as well and for me it was great to discover more from this side as well. As an adult reader, I found the book very enjoyable, same as for the previous 2 and I do believe that Aru grows together with this series and together with our knowledge of the universe.

Trying to give away as little as possible, this is definitely a great follow up to the series and I cannot wait to read book 4. The ending left me wanting and wondering. Lots of action and lots of fun, “Aru Shah and the Tree of Wishes” is a great combination of mythology, adventure, action and fun!

5 stars

 

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Roshani Chokshi is the author of the instant New York Times  best-selling books in the Pandava series, Aru Shah and the End of Time, and its sequel, Aru Shah and the Song of Death. She also wrote the New York Times best-selling YA books The Star-Touched Queen and The Gilded Wolves. She studied fairy tales in college, and she has a pet luck dragon that looks suspiciously like a Great Pyrenees dog. The Pandava novels were inspired by the stories her grandmother told her as well as Roshani’s all-consuming love for Sailor Moon. She lives in the south and says “y’all,” but she doesn’t really have a Southern accent. Her Twitter handle is @roshani_chokshi.
 
 
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Book Release and Review: Can’t Fight This Feeling by Claire Hastings

From debut author, Claire Hastings, comes a fresh, fun, and unputdownable romance where having a crush on your best friend isn’t the biggest secret at the Indigo Royal!

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For as long as Kyle Egan can remember, he has wanted only one thing: to run his own boat charter company. Not that he has much to complain about, as the lead charter boat captain at the Indigo Royal Resort in St. Thomas USVI. He gets to spend his days out on the water, never has to wear a tie, and works alongside his best friend, Drea Miller, who happens to be the only other thing he wants.

Drea Miller has been crushing on her best friend Kyle since the moment she saw him five years ago. Unfortunately, she is fully aware that he doesn’t see her as more than a friend— oh, and the niece of his bosses. Working for the family-owned resort with her three annoyingly overprotective uncles has always been what she wanted, but lately she’s started to wonder what else life might hold. If she can’t have the guy she wants, maybe it’s time that she makes another dream a reality.

When an encounter with a guest brings out the truth, Kyle and Drea are left trying to navigate their feelings, but can their new love survive a revelation they never saw coming?

My Review

A beautiful friendship that slowly turns into more – this is what we have in this debut novel. Kyle and Drea have met 5 years ago and since then they have been inseparable. Each harbors more than friendship feelings for the other, but both are afraid to ruin something beautiful.

There are a lot of things I liked in “Can’t Fight This Feeling”. Of course, the first is the romance and the struggle our main characters face when deciding to take the next step. Kyle always acts as protector for Drea and he quickly reacts when she is approached by other men. Drea is hesitant in the beginning, which makes the story more realistic. The fact that she is the owners’ niece is also complicating things. Kyle need the job to provide for his mom and he does not want to complicate things, with him and Drea working together. I see him more mature in this respect and that just makes me like him more.

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Two more items are worth mentioning: Drea has been raised by her uncles. Their personalities complemented each other and even now see her as their little girl – yes, they are probably too overprotected and I admit that the odds of all 3 being bachelors is kind of a big coincidence. But I still like the premise and I still like the uncles a lot. We have great descriptions of the places and even parties. It really felt like a vacation.

Regardless of how much I enjoyed Kyle and Drea’s story, I do have an issue with the writing I loved it for the most part, but in some areas it was a bit repeated (for example when Drea talks to her best friend and relates an encounter with Kyle) and sometimes there were small complications of the plot that seemed not needed. These are the only reasons why I’m decreasing one star from my final rating.

All in all, this was a very enjoyable read and I cannot wait for the next book in the series. I hope you’ll give it a try and come back with your impressions 😊

Until next time, happy reading!

4 stars

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About ClaireClaire Hastings

Claire Hastings is a walking, talking awkward moment. She loves Diet Coke, gummi bears, the beach, and books (obvs). When not reading she can usually be found hanging with friends at a soccer match or grabbing food (although she probably still has a book in her purse). She and her husband Drew live in Atlanta with their fur-child Denali.

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Book Review: Savior by Eden Summers

About the book: Title: Savior (Hunting Her #4)

Author: Eden SummersSavior

Published: April 23rd 2020

Source: Received from the Author as part of her ARC team, in exchange for an honest review

Format: e-copy

Blurb:

I was stolen. Hidden. Trapped in a hell beyond salvation.

Until him. Luca.

The man who changed everything with his soothing words and vows of protection.
I shouldn’t trust him. What he promises is something I gave up on long ago. And yet here I am, falling under the spell of a reality I crave.

I want him to save me. I need it.

But I also learned long ago that the most ruthless men can hide behind pretty words and prettier faces..

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My Review

I am not sure what I love most about this book: The fact that we get to see Luca and Penny together, or the fact that we get to see behind the events in Torian. This was great! Too short for what I would have wanted to read in order to satiate my hunger, but great!

There are so many things I need to touch in my review, so I will start with the main characters. Luca and Panny had their first encounter in Book 3 and since reading that scene, I knew their story would be amazing. Luca is so captivated by Penny – her beauty, the fire he sees in her eyes, but also her fragility, her broken soul. He has to fight to get her to trust him. He works so hard for one true statement from her lips. At some point, he is torn and tired, but never stops being the savior. Penny is a scared soul. She doesn’t know who to trust and she has reached a point in which she cannot afford hope. Her hostility toward Luca is understandable, as well as her reaction when it comes to her family. She is definitely not the same woman and her scars are proof of that. Both our main characters are exceptionally built.

The action keeps the reader connected. I was reading each chapter, unable to put the book down because I felt connected to the characters, to the plot. If each of the previous books touched a sensitive topic, “Savior” focuses on women kept as slaves. They are abused, humiliated and mentally destroyed. If this is something that may upset you, I would suggest skipping the pages, or staying away from the story.  Penny learns to live with her captor. She makes an impossible choice in order to survive: accepts her faith and finds reasons to cope – being a mother figure for her tormentor’s son or acting like a protector for the other women.

I must mention how well Savior is intertwined with Torian. We see what happens in the other camp, how Cole Torian’s father plans his next moves, how he uses innocent people has shield and we also see now the glitch in his plans. Things come together now and the picture is complete.  It’s brilliant!

I have many other things to say about this book, but I will keep some of my thoughts for the next book in Luca and Penny’s relationship. There is still a lot to be written about these two and I cannot wait to find out what happens next.  This has been an amazing series so far and I do strongly advise you to check it out!

Cover review: This lady does not look like a Penny and, while I wanted Luca on the cover, the book is mostly about Penny and her trauma. So I appreciate the choice of a woman. But I wanted to see a fractured soul, not a seductress.

Favorite quote: (because it describes Luca’s feelings and Penny so well) “She undoes me with her determination despite the shattered pieces of her psyche I itch to place back together.”

5 stars

Want to know moreabout my thoughts for the other books in the series? Check out my reviews for:

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Hunter (Hunting Her #1)

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Decker (Hunting Her #2)

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Torian (Hunting Her #3)

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Eden Summers is a bestselling author of contemporary romance with a side of sizzle and sarcasm. Best known for the Reckless Beat series, Inarticulate, and the Vault.
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