Light My Fire (Susan May Warren) – Review

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~ About the Book ~

When western Alaska erupts in a devastating fire, the elite firefighting crew of the Jude County Smokejumpers is called in to save the day. They’ll do anything to stop the fire, including fighting alongside a crew of local prisoners.

The last thing they expect is a jailbreak and when the prisoners disappear into the forest with one of their own, they’ll have to fight not only the fire, but for the freedom of their friends…during the Summer of the Burning Sky.

 

Book 1: Light My Fire

Former bad-boy Tucker Newman has learned his lesson—as the temporary team leader of the Jude County Smokejumpers, he’s all about following the rules to keep his team safe. Especially when he has to partner with a group of local low-security prisoners to knock down the raging fire. But the prisoners are not who they seem, and when they stage a break, kidnapping one of his teammates, he’ll have to break every rule he knows to get her back. Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday – Coming Up On My TBR!

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Happy Tuesday, book lovers! According to That Artsy Reader Girl, today’s post is technically Books to Read by the Pool or Summer TBR, but as I sit here shivering and listening to the rain pouring down outside, I can’t bring myself to even joke about this being a summer TBR. It is well and truly winter here in Australia!

BUT, I can still get very excited about the books that are coming up on my TBR over the next three months! If you want to know more about any of these titles, then clicking on the cover will take you to Amazon (affiliate links). I should also point out that, while these are all new releases or upcoming releases, I’m not necessarily reading them all in the month they release. However, this is roughly the order I will be reading them in.

I’m so excited about the variety and the stories that await me!

June

 

July

August

Are any of these on your TBR? I’d love to know which books you’re looking forward to!

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Honeysuckle Dreams (Denise Hunter) – Review

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This review is posted as part of TLC’s Book Tour for Honeysuckle Dreams

 

~ About the Book ~

Brady Collins is juggling full-time fatherhood with the booming auto repair business he runs out of his barn. His ex-wife’s sudden death has shaken him, but the devastating news that follows leaves him reeling: Sam is not his biological son.

When Sam’s wealthy maternal grandparents decide they want custody of the child, Brady knows he’s in for the fight of his life. Brady’s attorney tips him off that one major life change would virtually assure him of winning guardianship of baby Sam at the final hearing: the stability of an impending marriage. And his friend Hope is willing to step in as the loving and devoted fiancée.

Local radio celebrity Hope Daniels has been driven by a solitary goal her entire life, and she’s finally been offered her dream job—in Atlanta. Unfortunately, her arrangement with Brady requires her presence in Copper Creek, and she is faced with missing the chance of a lifetime or standing in the way of a dear friend’s dreams.

Both Hope and Brady would give their lives for beautiful Sam. But can they give their trust to one another? With this new novel in the Blue Ridge Romance series, Honeysuckle Dreams shines light on the complicated and beautiful angles of love. Continue reading

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Weekend Book Buzz – 16/17 June 2018

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Welcome to the Weekend Book Buzz! We’ve definitely hit winter here in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales. I know it’s probably pretty mild compared to many of my readers who get snowed on, but for this summer baby, it’s feeling bitterly cold now. Of course, it does make it easier to get cozy with a book, but really, any weather is reading weather, so I wouldn’t mind if I didn’t need to get quite so cozy! Hope you’re staying warm (or cool, as the case may be) wherever you are in the world!

Now, since you’re here, how about a little book news?

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Points Worth (D. C. Marino) – Review

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~ About the Book ~

Genre:  Fantasy
Series:  Kingdom of Ruins Novelette 
Release date:  30 March 2018
Pages:  31
Publisher:  Celebrate Lit

For centuries the small port town of Points Worth has been able to communicate with the ocean in its own language. But the water has just gone silent and its last word has shaken those able to translate it. A knowledge of sea-script won’t be enough to mend the broken relationship between man and the deep. Gil, a young nautical linguist, will have to break rules and search the past to discover why the ocean ceased its tides—or had them stolen. Continue reading

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Guest Post from Author Stacy Monson: How Faith Has Strengthened My Writing

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Welcome, reader friends! I have a special guest to introduce you to today. Stacy Monson is the author of Open Circle, a novel which releases on Thursday 21 June, and she’s here with me today to share how her faith has strengthened her writing. So without further ado, I’m going to hand over the reins. Welcome, Stacy! Continue reading

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First Line Friday – 15 June 2018 – Open Circle (Stacy Monson)

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Welcome to First Line Friday, hosted by Hoarding Books! This week I’m sharing a book that features a cast of loveable seniors and the young woman who is determined to keep open the day centre that gives them a sense of community and purpose each day. Open Circle by Stacy Monson releases in just under one week on Thursday 21 June 2018You can read my review here. Stacy has also done a guest post with me today, sharing about the way in which faith has strengthened her writing. You can find that here.

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