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King of Prey (King of Prey #1) by Mandy M. Roth

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King Kabril's use of the human language is very funny and makes him very likeable. Although, I felt that Reina gave in way too easy to Kabril's deception. The reader gave a very good performance and kept you engaged in the story. Although, the fact that these shifters don't know their mates, but the human mate seems to dream of hers. I liked the story, but some major elements of the Bird shifter world are left out.

No Time for Love (No Brides Club #1) by Raine English

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This story is whimsical and at the same time really sad. A woman who spend all her time at work and makes no room to love anyone or anything. Fortunately, her dead aunt has a plan and a animal sanctuary with a sexy manager. I didn't think I was going to enjoy this story until I met Dylan.

Her Highland Secret: Steamy Historical Scottish Romance by Fiona Faris

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This story is well-written, and the characters well developed. The fear that Ella has for man her father has given her to has her fleeing for her life. The highland warrior a couple have hidden becomes Ella's patient because of her healer knowledge. When he learns she fled her arranged marriage to his sworn enemy; Lucas take her into his protection. I loved the chemistry between Ella and Lucas.

The Secret of Her Guardian Sailor: An Inspirational Historical Romance Novel by Chloe Carley

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I'm not sure what the secret is, but this is a very intense story. The perils and troubles that Noah and Rachel encounter as they cross from London to Charleston in the company of the pirate, Captain Frodsham, forge a love and friendship that will last a lifetime. Their forged friendship and love will take you on a grand adventure.

The Dragon's Redemption: A Shifter Romance (Healing Dragons Book 3) by Anastasia Chase

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I enjoyed this story. It's more of a suspense than a romance novel, but it has all the compelling elements of both. The chemistry between these two is well written and the final climatic scene is spectacular.

There Are Plenty More Dukes in the Sea (The Inheritance Clause Book 1) by Samantha Holt

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This is a light-hearted tale about a grandfather who sets a task for each of his grandchildren in order they may inherit. This first book is about the youngest who has to get a job. Lady Angel learns a lot about herself and being responsible for someone else. Mr. Hunter, Mrs. Stone's nephew, distrusts the reputation of Lady Angel and learns that you can't judge a person by the gossips. Can't wait to read the other books in the series.

The Holiday Box Set: Three Billionaire Holiday Romance Novels by Ellie Danes

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These three stories are good to help warm you on a cold winter night. They are not only sensual, but will lift your spirits. Enjoy "A Holiday to Remember", "A Christmas With Snow" and "Christmas Gamble."

Werewolf’s Surrogate by Mia Wolf

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I found I did not like the hero of this story. He softened as the story went on, and he learned a few lessons along the way. Although, he got in his own way most of the time. Felicity was also rough around the edges, but hers was forged from a hard childhood. These two deserved each other, but I fear for their daughter. Some things in the story are not well thought out, but overall it held the proper suspense and drama.

Love Through Adventure and Blood: A Historical Western Romance Book by Aurora Hanson

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The only thing I can truly say about this story is that it was too long. Just when I thought I was at the climax of the story it continued on with 2 more climaxes. After the first one, I was ready for the story to be done. The real John Baptiste Charbonneau never married and fathered at least 2 children to 2 different women. In 1830, he was working for the American Trapping Company in Utah. Also, he looks nothing like the description given to him in the story.