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Saving Rafe is a high octane paranormal experience and I loved it

Saving Rafe Cover 500Saving Rafe by Jocelynn Drake

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Just like book one, this is a high octane experience with plenty of excitement to keep the narrative rolling along.

Unlike Claiming Marcus though, both the MCs in this are vampires and we get to read along as the hedonistic twin Rafe Varik meets a man who turns his world upside down.

Even with a clear indication of who the bad guys were going to be, it didn’t matter.

The journey was enough to make this another quality paranormal romance from Jocelynn.

I loved Phillippe, his golden exterior a match for the kindness of his heart but also hiding a strength of will and a desire to totally own Rafe’s heart.

Loved seeing Aiden back, am totally intrigued as to who will be Bel’s love interest and cannot wait for Winter’s book!

#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.

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Beautiful romance with a definite European flavour

Layover[The]cover_art.jpgThe Layover by Roe Horvat

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

NOTE: I originally reviewed this book when it first published in December 2017. This is that review.

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Roe Horvat’s words are like the best filling in my favourite sandwich, they fill me up and leave me satisfied for days.

European flavoured, brilliantly executed, this tale of two disparate men who meet, have a supposed one night stand but actually end up slowly falling in love over the next six days, is everything I want in a novella.

It has emotions, humour, a little bit of hurting, throw in a tiny element of angst and some family drama, and mix it all up into a gorgeous romance.

I’ve yet to read anything from Roe I haven’t instantly fallen in love with.

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More gorgeous captains from this great writing team

The Captain and the Best Man (Captivating Captains, #4)The Captain and the Best Man by Catherine Curzon & Eleanor Harkstead

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

To quote Captain Guy, that was just gorgeous.

I love this series from Catherine and Eleanor but this one’s just sneaked into top spot, pushing out The Captain and his Cricketer into a still respected second place.

The plot of this one isn’t necessarily the most likeliest of scenarios but you know what, I just didn’t care.

I fell in love with Guy and Josh just as quickly as they did with each other. There’s nothing I love more than a good swoon worthy hero and Guy Collingwood fit the bill completely.

The drama is family centric and does rely on a bit of plot convenience but, again, I really didn’t care.

I just wanted to watch Guy and Josh get wrapped up in each other and in their beautiful Caribbean island.

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