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Save Me

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Save Me (A Night Hawks Saga – 2) by Tonya Coffey

Do you have an angel?

I do… She’s my candy striper, Kady…

It took me three months to get back to riding my Harley. One month to admit to the club, Night Hawks, my mom was in rehab and I needed help with my little brother and sister. And it took one day for me to see that I would walk through fire for my candy striper, Kady Gilreath.

When Kady’s boyfriend pulls her into a life of abuse, drugs and death, I won’t stand by and watch her become one of the missing. I’ll dive into the chaos, embrace old friends and prove some people aren’t what they seem.

When the smoke clears, I’ll be at Kady’s mercy and she’ll be faced with the choice of saving me…

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Tonya Coffey

About the Author

Tonya grew up in a small town in southern Kentucky. She was always surrounded by nature whether it was on the farm or in the forest camping with her family. The older she got she realized she had a vivid imagination and sharing her stories with others gave her joy. With her husband and two teen sons motivating her, she continues to share her imagination with the world.

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My Review

5 stars

Save Me is the second book in the Night Hawks MC romance series. This time the story is about Reid and Kady Gilreath. Reid is trying to heal the physical and mental wounds. The betrayal of the club, being shot, and even the troubles at home. He even has troubles at home with his junkie mother going into rehab and having to raise his younger siblings.

But there has been one shining moment for him, the candy striper, Kady that helps him. Reid finds himself drawn to Kady but keeps his distance since she has a boyfriend. Unfortunately when he learns of the trouble he is getting Kady into Reid can’t stand by any longer and steps up. His decision is going to give him trouble with the club but he has to do something.

I really like this series. You have the family and brotherhood feel from the club. They might not be totally legal but they have rules and are there for each other. My heart broke for Reid and everything he had going on. I love how he proves that you can’t judge someone based on their appearances. I loved how he would go to hell and back to save Kady.

But the part I really love is that although this is a romance you don’t have all the steamy sex like other books. Sometimes you just need a great story that is not interrupted every 20 pages by sex.

Tonya Coffey has written an amazing series that will pull you in and leave you wanting more. I love her books and this series follows along with that. I recommend checking out this series, you will just love it. As for me, I can’t wait to read her next book.

I received a complimentary copy of this book. I voluntarily chose to read and post an honest review.

I would like to thank the Author for the opportunity to read and share this book.

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The Fifth Grave

The Fifth Grave (DCI Jacob Mystery – 1) by Rob Jones

A stunning new crime thriller from #1 bestselling author Rob Jones.

Poised to return to work after a long bereavement leave, Detective Chief Inspector Jacob is called away from the sanctuary of his home to attend the grim discovery of human remains over a quarter of a century old. Found deep in woodland with its own grim history, they give little up, but he is soon confronted with local gossip of hauntings and witches.

The mystery deepens when a second person is murdered in the same woods, and Jacob soon realises he is hunting a killer who will stop at nothing to keep the darkest of secrets buried in the past. Working alongside Dr Sophie Anderson, a criminal psychologist with her own damaged past, they close the net until tragedy strikes again in this gripping romantic suspense thriller.

Set in the wild and beautiful Wiltshire Downs, The Fifth Grave is a fast-paced whodunit with a dash of humour and romance and a killer twist.

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About the Author

Rob Jones is the internationally bestselling author of seventeen archaeological adventure novels including twelve in the Joe Hawke series. The Orpheus Legacy (Joe Hawke 12) releases on 20 June 2019.

Originally from England, today he lives in Australia with his wife and three children and is currently researching Hell’s Inferno (Joe Hawke 13) and the second Cairo Sloane novel.  Important influences include Andy McDermott, Clive Cussler and Matthew Reilly. He enjoys interaction with readers and can be contacted through social media, including his Facebook and Twitter pages or his Email.

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My Review

5 Stars

Tom Jacob recently lost his fiance died in a fire and is dealing with survivor’s guilt. He is been cleared to return to work but gets called out to the woods. It seems a metal detector discovered a ring attached to a skeletal finger. They uncover a body that is entangled in the roots of a beech tree and been there for about 25 years. These woods have a legend about four witches that were murdered and planted below a beech tree each. But a second body has everyone stirred up and Jacob has to determine if they bodies are related.

Although Jacob has been cleared to return to work his superiors don’t think he is ready and put lots of pressure on him to solve this case. Jacob called in criminal psychologist Sophie Anderson to help him determine if the killer is practicing dark magic or if it is something else entirely. It becomes a race to find the killer before more bodies are added to the count.

This is an amazing read. Jacob is a great detective that catches the smallest detail. Although he has been approved to return to work you can tell that he is still not over the dead of his fiancé. But a cold case murder and fresh bodies take center stage. Jacob calls in Dr. Anderson for her opinion and they hit it off. They work well together on the case and make a cute couple.

I was on the edge of my seat from the very beginning. There were twists and turns that kept me guessing and when I thought I might have an idea who the killer was I learned I was so very wrong.

This is the first book I have read from Rob Jones but it won’t be my last. If you are looking for a captivating police procedural you need to pick up this book.

I received a complimentary copy of this book. I voluntarily chose to read and post an honest review.

I would like to thank Book on the Bright Side for the opportunity to read and share this book.

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