Monthly Archives: November 2016

Mystery and Thriller Book for Review: Four Shots Neat by Rebecca Marks

For mystery and thriller fans, check out Four Shots Neat by Rebecca Marks, newly added book available for review at Reading Alley. Readers who are interested to review may head over to the Reading Alley site and request for a copy.

FOUR SHOTS NEAT
Author: Rebecca Marks
Series: A Dana Cohen Mystery, Book 2
Genre: Mystery and Thriller

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Romance Book for Review: Pot Love by Sylvia Ashby

Can learning to cook burn your heart?

Here’s a newly posted romance book available for review at Reading Alley. Pot Love by Sylvia Ashby. We welcome all interested reviewers to check it out.  For those who have already read it, do write a comment below or on the Reading Alley site and share with us your thoughts on the book.

POT LOVE
Author: Sylvia Ashby
Genre: Romance, Women’s Fiction

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LGBTQ Romance Book for Review: Worth the Risk by C.J. Lynne

LGBTQ readers and fans, check out Worth the Risk by C.J. Lynne, now available for review at Reading Alley. For those who have already read it, do write a comment below or on the Reading Alley site and share with us your thoughts on the book.

WORTH THE RISK
Author: C.J. Lynne
Series: Infinity Series, Book 1
Genre: LGBTQ, Romance

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Young Adult Book for Review: The Stone Of Mercy by M.J. Evans

Here’s a treat for all avid Young Adult fans.

From award winning author M.J. Evans, The Stone of Mercy is now available for review at Reading Alley.  For those who have already read it, do write a comment below or on the Reading Alley site and share with us your thoughts on the book.

The Stone of Mercy
Author: M.J. Evans
Series: The Centaur Chronicles, Book 1
Genre: Children’s Fiction, Young Adult

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New Books (Nov 10, 2016): Paranormal, Romance, Sci-Fi and Fantasy

Check out these newly added titles at Reading Alley.  For today’s post, we feature titles from 3 genre: Paranormal, Romance, and Sci-Fi and Fantasy. If any book catches your eye, head on over to the Reading Alley site and request for a review copy.
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