Cadence (Ruby Riot #1) | Review

My rating: ❤❤  of 5! Length: 406 pages Published: 1st of November 2015     Cadence is the first book in the Ruby Riot series, which is a spin-off from the Blue Phoenix series. It’s not necessary to read the Blue Phoenix series first, but I’d recommend it as some of the characters do overlap.     …

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Forever Sky (Blue Phoenix, #6) | Review

My rating: ❤❤❤ of 5! Dylan and Sky’s third and final book is also the end for the Blue Phoenix series. Even if you have no interest in the other band members, you as a minimum need to read the first two books, but even then, you’ll be missing out if you don’t read Liam’s, Jem’s and …

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Reverb (Blue Phoenix, #5) | Review

My rating: ❤❤❤❤❤ of 5!  Technically this story is a standalone, but please note that it is part of the Blue Phoenix series, so it does contain spoilers and overlaps with previous books, which should be read first.   Bryn Hughes, Blue Phoenix drummer, is the last member to find his HEA girl yet. From the other …

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Rising (Blue Phoenix, #4) | Review

My rating: ❤❤❤❤❤ of 5! Technically this story is a standalone, but please note that it is part of the Blue Phoenix series, so it does contain spoilers and overlaps with previous books, which should be read first.   Having read the other three books in this series I was really looking forward to reading Jem’s story. …

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Unplugged (Blue Phoenix, #3) | Review

My rating: ❤❤❤ of 5! Technically this story is a standalone, but please note that it is part of the Blue Phoenix series, so it does contain spoilers and overlaps with previous books, which should be read first.   Cerys is a normal single mother after her daughter’s (Ella) baby-daddy locked them out of their house. Her …

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Falling Sky (Blue Phoenix, #2) | Review

My rating: ❤❤❤ of 5!  Summer Sky left on a really dark and heavy cliff-hanger. Luckily, I read these books years after the series finished, so I didn’t have to wait to find out what happens next. I was quick to pick up this second instalment in the Blue Phoenix series, as I was very eager to …

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Summer Sky (Blue Phoenix, #1) | Review

My rating: ❤❤❤❤ of 5!   When Sky Davies leaves her boyfriend and job behind for some “me” time at the beach she meets Dylan Morgan. First, he rear-ends her car, then he picks up her knickers. But awkward and embarrassingly meetings a side, the attraction is instant and they try to revert back to their teenage …

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Dangerous Encore (Dangerous Noise #5) | Review

My rating: ❤❤❤ of 5!  This is a spin-off of Crystal’s other rock star series, Sinful Serenade. Even though, the Sinful guys do make appearances in this series too, it’s not necessary to read their stories too. Each of the four main books in this series are standalones, but I’d recommend you read each before reading their …

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Dangerous Fling (Dangerous Noise #4) | Review

My rating: ❤❤❤❤❤ of 5!  This is a spin-off of Crystal’s other rock star series, Sinful Serenade. Even though, the Sinful guys do make appearances in this series too, it’s not necessary to read their stories too. Each of the four main books in this series are standalones. However, the entire series involve all the members of …

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Dangerous Rock (Dangerous Noise #3) | Review

My rating: ❤❤❤❤❤ of 5!  This is a spin-off of Crystal’s other rock star series, Sinful Serenade. Even though, the Sinful guys do make appearances in this series too, it’s not necessary to read their stories too. Each of the four main books in this series are standalones. However, the entire series involve all the members of …

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