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My Goodreads Reviews Part 17

The almost three months long wait is over and here I am with My Good Reviews Part 17! I hope you find these books worthy of your time and attention and enjoy your summer days with them as much as I did.

Memories of Tomorrow (Nameless #6), Whiteout (Unexpected, #1), The Last Orphans (The Last Orphans #1), The White Princess (The Plantagenet and Tudor Novels #5), Neighbors

Memories of Tomorrow (Nameless #6) by Dean Koontz

In Memories of Tomorrow, the last book in the Nameless series, which, in all honesty, I didn’t like as much as his novels, Dean Koontz saves the day. The case in which he rescues a six-year-old Jamie from his psycho stepfather forces Nameless to break down his defenses and face his dark-past-memories before he builds memories of tomorrow.

Whiteout (Unexpected, #1) by Ann Grech

From extreme sports to unexpected passion and insatiable lust. Almost too idyllic relationship between the two young, straight-turned-bi guys, but love conquers all. Right?

The Last Orphans (The Last Orphans #1) by N.W. Harris

Exciting YA apocalyptic read about teenagers and other children left orphaned in a world where adults are dead or dying under violent attacks of animals or other humans, while the clock is ticking on them. If you like action and suspense, give it a chance!

The White Princess (The Plantagenet and Tudor Novels #5) (Bijela kraljevna) by Philippa Gregory

A true rose of historical fiction. A must-read!


Neighbors by Jeremy Bates

Beware of your neighbors! They might be trouble or creepy. But what if they think that about you?

Entertaining, crazy, and creepy.

Happy reading!

BJ


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