Navigating Kindle Unlimited at times can be daunting. There is a huge selection and a lot of times I hit more duds than I do diamonds in the rough. While I don’t always read ten books a month on my subscription, I usually always have ten books checked out at once. Do you find it hard to find those stories you want to treasure? Well, I am going to try to help you out with some of my finds after two years of subscribing!
Lost in Oblivion Series
by Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliott
Contemporary Rock Band Romance
The series Lost in Oblivion is on Kindle Unlimited and if you have read my reviews, you know I have a mostly love relationship with these books even if at times I want to smack the heroes upside the back of their heads. When I read the series it wasn’t in the Kindle Unlimited library. Bad for me, but a steal for you! The series follows a rock band on the cusp of greatness. Rocked is the first full novel and it is a long one. Each novel gets better and better and will invoke so many emotions!
Renegades Series by Skye Jordan
While I have only read a couple of books in this series, it has been a pretty interesting one. The heroes are stunt guys working for a team. One by one, women take them down and their stunts aren’t going to get the out of it! A new book is coming out in this series soon, so be on the look out for that to appear on Kindle Unlimited as well.
Here are some stand alone books I have gotten that I think you might enjoy!
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Well that’s it for this edition of Kindle Unlimited Recommendations. Let us know how you liked these books! We are always on the look out for new ones to share and hope these excite you as much as they did us in finding them. Check back next time for a new batch of books I have found and recommend!
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