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Holler and Howl by Susanna Rogers


Holler and Howl (Mosh Book 1) by Susanna Rogers
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Susanna Rogers steps away from futuristic YA and onto the backstage behind the rock scene in this contemporary romance. Nick Steel is a hero who is used to getting what he wants. Money, women, alcohol, everything his rock star image desires. The tagline says it all: “Rocking all night, rolling in money, now he’s picking up the pieces.” A visit from his ex, Lily Novak, and a reminder of his responsibilities off the stage has Nick reassessing the road his life is taking. He makes an effort that softens Lily’s heart, but she knows he’ll only break it again if she lets him. There are some brilliant lines from the author that will have you highlighting the heck out of this read. Strong, emotional, confronting, tender and engaging. It’s a really good read.

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Holler and Howl by Susanna Rogers

Rocking all night, rolling in money, now he’s picking up the pieces.

Nick Steel is used to getting what he wants. Fronting a huge, international rock band? No problem. Buying his favorite dive bar? Sure thing. Getting back together with his first love? Hmmm…

He broke her heart once before, and Lily Novak is not going to let Nick do it again. One thing has kept them in touch, but she won’t let him touch her heart. No way.

A story about coming back home, and realizing you can’t always get what you want.

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Review of Iron Heart


Iron Heart by MC D’alton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Steampunk is a complicated genre and I admire authors with the imagination to take it on. D’alton and Page smash it out of the ballpark with this story. The machinery, medical procedures, materials used, descriptions and settings were well created and delivered imagery that made scenes jump off the page and feel real. A beautiful, tender romance between the lead characters added a sweet touch and raised the question: How much would you risk to save the one you loved? A truly wicked villain lends a touch of suspense and highlights the suspicions and misled beliefs in medical history as well as the struggle women faced for equality. This was an entertaining read I could not put down.

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