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The CEO’s Seduction – Diane Alberts

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Brett Ross managed to avoid the lure of his small town until his best friend decided to fall in love and get married. He knows what he is getting into, coming back here, but what he … Continue reading

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My Ladybird Story: The growing pains of a Transgender – Magus Tor

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) When a Man loves a Woman, It is Heterosexual When a Woman loves a Woman, It is Homosexual When a Female Transsexual loves a Woman, What will it be? That is the synopsis of My Ladybird … Continue reading

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After You’re Dead: A Jake Roberts Novel, Book 5 – Cary Allen Stone

(Reviewed by Cathy Carey) “At exactly shift change, Richard stood in the doorway of his bedroom. It was the signal. The five other killers that shared the board understood the directions he had given them, and the consequences if they … Continue reading

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Wishing You the Best in 2017

(by JD Jung)   We would all like to thank you for using UnderratedReads as one of your resources for book recommendations. We are looking forward to continue to give you our opinions on exciting and thought-provoking “underrated” releases in 2017. Though we only … Continue reading

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Bunyan’s Guide To The Great American Wildlife- Quentin Canterel

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “I don’t want to be weak. I want to have a voice like everyone else…Without a voice, I am nothing.” That’s how many of us feel. However for some, this sentiment is monumental. Take John, for … Continue reading

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The Vikramaditya Trilogy Book 1/The Guardians of the Halahala – Shatrujit Nath

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) The price of a promise, paid in blood. The deadly Halahala, the all devouring poison was an accidental find during the churning from the depths of the White Lake by the devas and asuras. Even the … Continue reading

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Blood Betrayal (Deathless Night Series Book 4) – L.E. Wilson

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Vampire Christian Moore has always lived by his personal code of morals, until a curse finds him looking for solace, bed-hopping between countless women. On one such night, he finds himself helpless, kidnapped, caged and at … Continue reading

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Beat the Rain – Nigel Jay Cooper

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “It scarcely seems possible that they’ve settled back into ordinary life…Painful, gut-wrenching normal life, killing them bit by bit as the seconds tick by….Life disappears behind them in a trail of sameness, the lies and unsaid … Continue reading

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Friendly Fire- John Gilstrap

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) In a fit of rage and as an act of vengeance, Barista boy Ethan Falk stabs a customer to death. On his arrest, he tells an eleven year old implausible story of kidnap and molestation where … Continue reading

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The Memory of Lemon – Judith Fertig

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “My body thrummed with the energy I knew to be vivid intuition… Wanderers. Healers. They had something important to tell me. “ Claire, a pastry chef who also caters weddings, depends on her intuition based on flavors. … Continue reading

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