Walk Through the Fire (Beautiful Burn – A Book Review)

Ellie is facing a new life. After being cut off from her inheritance, she's forced to face her inner demons. With a new job and second shot at life, she's unsure she won't wreck it. Tyler Maddox, hotshot firefighter, hones in on the fearless and independent woman, determined to make her his. However, his single-mindedness is bound to get him in trouble. Good thing that he's up for the challenge.

Falling From Rock Bottom (Windfall – A Book Review)

Jo has had better days. After quitting her Warden job, she's trying to make as a weather girl. It's not all sunshine and rainbows. Her powers are on the fritz, her Djinn boyfriend is on the verge of going full ifrit, and to make it worse, her high-maintenance sister showed up at her door looking for a place to stay. But that's nothing in the grand scheme of things. Not when the world is on the verge of ending...again.

Playing Mortal (A Touch of Darkness – A Book Review)

Persephone just wants a normal life and lives as close of one as she can as a college student. It's jeopardized when she gets herself tied up in a deal with Hades, God of the Underworld. Create life in the underworld. But, she may be screwed since everything she touches shrivels up and dies. But something does bloom between the two and it could disrupt the balance of everything.

The Plot Twist Book List

That jaw dropper. Make you stand up. Audibly gasp. Maybe even curse. Only one thing can make you do all oof this! (Almost.) A plot twist. And, I've got a book list of books that do that magnificently. Take a scroll.

The First Cut is the Deepest (Beautiful Redemption – A Book Review)

Travis Maddox is known for being arrogant and impossible but it makes him good at his job. Still suffering from his broken heart, everything changes when the new transfer, Liis Lindy enters the picture. She's in a relationship...with her career and won't allow anything to ruin that. The two together must go undercover, but what happens when pretend is no longer pretend? When the lines blur and they get a real glimpse at one another?

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