Baby Girl

Baby Girl by [Stunich, C.M.]The newest stand alone by C.M. Stunich Baby Girl is not all smiles.  This book is not part of a series but its own novel.  This is not for the faint of heart. Some people even claim that it made them cry.  I wasn’t one of them, but it does get you in the feels. The book starts two years earlier.  Embry and Phoenix are best friends, but they are a threesome group of friends with Codrick, Embry’s boyfriend.  It’s prom night and Embry and Phoenix are waiting for Rick to pick them up, but as time goes by, he doesn’t show. Embry and Phoenix decide to take Phoenix’s motorcycle and meet him in the middle. The two come across his car flipped over and off the street where Rick has been killed.  In his arms are flowers that he has for Embry for their night at prom.  Embry falls apart and stops functioning where Phoenix takes care of her. At the funeral, Embry picks a fight with Phoenix and leaves home in Louisiana to go to school in New York. Two years later, Embry returns after her father has a heart attack. And Phoenix comes back into her life. After having a fight six months prior with Phoenix, Embry isn’t overly happy to see him with her family. Can Embry comes to terms with the loss of Codrick and her ongoing feelings that she has for Phoenix?

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Dark Glitter

Dark Glitter: A Dark Fae Reverse Harem Romance (The Wild Hunt Motorcycle Club Book 1) by [Stunich, C.M., James, Tate]The newest release by dynamic team C.M. Stunich and Tate James is here. Welcome to the bayou of New Orleans in Dark Glitter the first in the Wild Hunt Motorcycle Club. Ciarah (pronounced Keer-ah) has awoken behind a cafe not remembering who she is, what she is, or why she is there. Ciarah meets Caley and is brought into the diner where a tall tattooed man notices her. Ciarah is severely injured and Caley attempts to take her to the local hospital. But on the way, Ciarah gets sick and starts to change before Caley’s eyes from her skin and her body. Caley then takes her to The Wild Hunt’s Clubhouse.  At the clubhouse Ciarah meets Reece, Killian, and Arlo the stranger from the diner. Each of them is interested in some way in Ciarah though Arlo doesn’t want to be interested.  Ciarah learns that she is in fact a fae that hadn’t been seen in over 186 years. She is in fact the Keep of the Veil and it is her job to help and judge the fae trapped on earth. But Ciarah’s memory is mostly gone aside from a few snatches here and there.  She is unable to initially speak and can barely hold herself up. But once Killian helps to heal her, she gets her voice back, but not her memories.  And Ciarah feels that there is more in her mind than what she used to have. She learns who she is and what she has to do in order to get the rest of her memories of being the Keeper of the Veil.

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