Playlist for FATAL THREAT by Marie Force + Giveaway

This playlist is more of a character-themed playlist, something that Sam & Nick may listen to after a long day in their respective jobs. Sam loves all things Bon Jovi and we know that Nick will...
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‘Merica – Classic American Literature You Should Probably Read

I feel unAmerican to admit that I wasn't a HUGE fan of classic American literature. It's almost painful for me to read Steinbeck, and Hemingway with some of his titles underwhelmed, and don't get me...
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James Franco Reads The Dead Zone and the Planets Align

THE DEAD ZONE by Stephen King read by James Franco 26 JUNE, 2017 Title: All Our Wrong Todays Author: Series: Stand-alone Pages: 380 pages Publisher: Release Date:...
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The Nostalgia Cotton Candy Station – for your at home cotton candy fun!

If you're ever in the mood to whip up some cotton candy. Nostalgia COT5PK Hard Cotton Candy Station, Pink Amazon Vine Product Review Nostalgia’s Hard Cotton Candy Station is a candy lover’s dream....
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A Bourne-esque thriller with a lot of action, Burning Bright by Nick Petrie

BURNING BRIGHT by Nick Petrie 18 JUNE, 2017 Title: BURNING BRIGHT Author: Series: Peter Ash #2 Pages: 432 pages Publisher: Release Date: January 10th 2017 ISBN-10:...
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The Billionaire Beast, Another Damaged Billionaire Harasses a Good Girl Until She Falls In Love…

The Billionaire Beast is the first book by Jackie Ashenden that I’ve read, even though it’s 2nd in the series. It can be read as a stand-alone though, so I didn’t have issues following along. I feel like every romance that is getting tucked into my inbox is a Billionaire novel – and each one is getting more outlandish than the next. This one isn’t your typical billionaire in the setting, but it’s stereotypical in the composition. Ashenden set out to create more of a “bastard” billionaire than all the rest and she succeeded and then wrapped him in a mental illness so you’ll pity him. While I did enjoy the novel, when it ended I felt a bit let down, because it is a fairy tale novel – the happily-ever-after was too contrived.

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