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Shut Out by Kody Keplinger -Very funny contemporary with great drama and an engaging story. I loved the underlying message and really enjoyed this book. (click image for full review)

Where My Heart Breaks by Ivy Sinclair -Cute contemporary romance with fun characters, but it was a little forgettable. (click image for full review)

Epitaph Road by David Patneaude -This was a unique post-apocalyptic thriller that had good action, and interesting characters. (click image for full review)

Rush by Eve Silver -Fun action packed story with compelling characters, an interesting plot, and a cool sci-fi setting. A great fit for gamer fans. (click image for full review)

Review: Ruins by Dan Wells -The third book of the Partials Sequence is all that we hoped for, continuing the action and the suspense but with even more urgency, and just enough romance and humor to lighten it up just a little. (click image for full review)

Review: The Oversight by Charlie Fletcher -Enter an alternate, dark version of Victorian London, full of witchhunters, supranatural creatures, and much more. This book constantly keeps the reader guessing and is completely engrossing! (click image for full review)