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A ringing phone at 1:17 am is never a good thing, but Homicide Detective Kate Springer doesn't have the luxury of ignoring the call. On the other end of the line, a confessor admits to murdering her husband. Dr. Nina Grace needs help, and Kate knows it's time to repay a debt. No matter the consequences, Kate must fight to keep the investigation from solely focusing on her A ringing phone at 1:17 am is never a good thing, but Homicide Detective Kate Springer doesn't have the luxury of ignoring the call. On the other end of the line, a confessor admits to murdering her husband. Dr. Nina Grace needs help, and Kate knows it's time to repay a debt. No matter the consequences, Kate must fight to keep the investigation from solely focusing on her friend. Jonathan Grace controls the people in his life like he does his business-with a chokehold. His insatiable appetite for living life on the edge leads him to a club where he's encouraged to act out his darkest desires. But what happens when one man's fantasy becomes another's nightmare? Did Dr. Nina Grace kill her husband or did Jonathan's secret life lead to his death? Detective Springer knows that no matter what her friend admitted, she couldn't be capable of the horrific torture and murder of her husband. But will Kate's blind loyalty be her downfall?


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A ringing phone at 1:17 am is never a good thing, but Homicide Detective Kate Springer doesn't have the luxury of ignoring the call. On the other end of the line, a confessor admits to murdering her husband. Dr. Nina Grace needs help, and Kate knows it's time to repay a debt. No matter the consequences, Kate must fight to keep the investigation from solely focusing on her A ringing phone at 1:17 am is never a good thing, but Homicide Detective Kate Springer doesn't have the luxury of ignoring the call. On the other end of the line, a confessor admits to murdering her husband. Dr. Nina Grace needs help, and Kate knows it's time to repay a debt. No matter the consequences, Kate must fight to keep the investigation from solely focusing on her friend. Jonathan Grace controls the people in his life like he does his business-with a chokehold. His insatiable appetite for living life on the edge leads him to a club where he's encouraged to act out his darkest desires. But what happens when one man's fantasy becomes another's nightmare? Did Dr. Nina Grace kill her husband or did Jonathan's secret life lead to his death? Detective Springer knows that no matter what her friend admitted, she couldn't be capable of the horrific torture and murder of her husband. But will Kate's blind loyalty be her downfall?

30 review for Deadly Fantasies

  1. 5 out of 5

    Shannie

    Holy crap! Read this within hours! Didn't see that twist!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Michael A. Zaffiri

    Page Turner Caught my attention from the beginning. Full of twists and turns. Keeps you guessing until the end. Really enjoyable read.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Melanie Page

    Deadly Fantasies (Black Rose Writing, 2013) by Kelly Miller is the second book of the Detective Kate Springer series. The author assured me that I didn’t need to read the first book for this one to make sense, and she was true to her word. Detective Springer gets a call after midnight from her former shrink. The connection is bad, but Dr. Nina Grace says, “I think I killed my husband.” Detective Springer and her partner, Detective Patrick Jessup, are on the case, but everyone questions if Deadly Fantasies (Black Rose Writing, 2013) by Kelly Miller is the second book of the Detective Kate Springer series. The author assured me that I didn’t need to read the first book for this one to make sense, and she was true to her word. Detective Springer gets a call after midnight from her former shrink. The connection is bad, but Dr. Nina Grace says, “I think I killed my husband.” Detective Springer and her partner, Detective Patrick Jessup, are on the case, but everyone questions if Detective Springer’s past relationship with the good doctor will cloud her judgment. I don’t read too many detective novels. I either find them terribly clumsy and cliche, or, in all honestly, too hard to follow. It seems like crime authors want to make it so hard to figure out “who dunnit” that the plot gets convoluted to the point of confusing. Kelly Miller’s novel avoids both of these problems, and I found myself really enjoying where the story took me. Each scene is laid out carefully and in chronological order, as if the reader is actually following along with the detectives. It’s a really short time period (Friday through Tuesday), but each day is packed full of interviews and evidence. In terms of the ending, I didn’t know who did it, nor did I trust any character on the suspect list fully, including Dr. Grace, which is what keeps the novel moving ahead. Trusting Dr. Grace is one of the key issues because the entire story is told through Detective Springer’s eyes, and we’re not sure if she isn’t biased. What really kept me reading wasn’t the plot (at first). Really, I kept reading for the dialogue. Deadly Fantasies is a dialogue-driven novel, and Miller keeps it so natural. Just seeing how the characters would talk to each other was often funny: Back at the squad room, I dropped Detective Jung’s keys on is desk. “Thanks for letting me borrow your car. I owe you one.” Jung looked up from his computer screen, eyes bloodshot. “No problem.” It looked like he hadn’t moved in the three hours I’d been gone. “Have you seen Patrick around?” I asked. “Nope.” “Good talking with you, Jung.” “Yep.” This is a rather simple scene, one that I like because it shows the distracted nature of a detective who has been working far too long without making too much fuss over his appearance or demeanor. Also, he’s not out doing high-speed car chases or having gun battles; the work is realistic. In another scene, Detective Springer tries to break the tension between her and her partner: “We’ve just started the investigation, and you’ve already convicted her.” “No…I…haven’t. Unlike you, I simply haven’t found her innocent yet.” Unwilling to jump on that merry-go-round again, I threw out a trivia question, trying to diffuse Patrick’s uncharacteristic anger. “Eight presidents were born in one state. Which state was it?” Questions like these were our little way of passing the time, taking our mind off a particularly craptastic event, or just showing each other our dumb side. Patrick practically exhaled my name. “Kate, I’m not in the mood.” “What’s going on with you?” “Nothing!” I stopped talking, deciding to wait him out. Patrick had seen me in an interrogation room. He knew I could outlast him. “My wife’s pregnant. Again.” Patrick’s angry outburst shocked me. I didn’t know what to say. “So…you don’t know which state was home to eight presidents?” The awkwardness seen here gives the character life. Detective Springer acknowledges that they can be dumb, but she’s also a tough individual who can get information. When things get personal, her not knowing what to say shows that she isn’t a flimsy, perfect character–that she is, indeed, a person. And, best yet, she doesn’t go into nurturing-woman mode. Deadly Fantasies is one of the least sexist books I’ve read in a long time. The men and women are not cliches, but people with individual concerns. Detective Jessup is the one concerned about children and family, a role typically left for women. No one even brings up kids to the main character. Women and men are equally likely to be bad guys, good parents, or even awkward. Overall, Deadly Fantasies by Kelly Miller is a must-read. I couldn’t put it down, at first for the dialogue and later for the plot. My only hesitance come from the title and cover; both indicate that this is a “chick book,” which didn’t make me too excited to read it. I was worried it would be full of cliches and “simpering” characters; however, Miller’s novel is an excellent choice for male or female readers. *I want to thank author Kelly Miller for sending me this novel in exchange for an honest review. I have no personal, familial, or professional relationship to this author. This review was originally published at Grab the Lapels, a site that reviews books written by women.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    Check out my other reviews at Little Miss Bookmark! I've never had such an easy time rating a book. I knew that this was going to be a 5-star rating from just the first page. Immediately, Deadly Fantasies grabs you by the seat of the pants and takes you on a wild journey. Well, maybe not grabs you by the seat of the pants. That sounds a bit weird ... especially coupled with my saying it takes you on a wild journey. Okay ... starting over ... I don't know ... it's a thrill ride. You are completely Check out my other reviews at Little Miss Bookmark! I've never had such an easy time rating a book. I knew that this was going to be a 5-star rating from just the first page. Immediately, Deadly Fantasies grabs you by the seat of the pants and takes you on a wild journey. Well, maybe not grabs you by the seat of the pants. That sounds a bit weird ... especially coupled with my saying it takes you on a wild journey. Okay ... starting over ... I don't know ... it's a thrill ride. You are completely sucked into this novel from the first page. I have read tons of mysteries. Tons. Truckloads. My favorite thriller authors are Erica Spindler and Karin Slaughter. I adore these two ladies and everything that they create. I have some other authors that I like a lot but nothing like those two. In my mind, no one can tell a story like they do. Well ... until now. I don't think that I'm one of those readers that is easily impressed. I'm pretty hard on anything that I read. I pick it apart, page by page. I'm sure I am more harsh than other reviewers but it's because my love of books is pretty serious to me. Reviewing a book is nothing that I take lightly. I'm sharing my thoughts and recommending these books (or not recommending) to everyone that I know and I don't want to push someone to read something that was just ... meh. I'm not going to endorse something I don't like. Anyhow ... at one point, I honestly wondered if maybe Kelly Miller was just a new pen name. For this to only be her second book ... it's really quite amazing. This lady has talent. She is definitely going to be a name that you hear about more and more in the coming years. Okay ... maybe I should get to the review. Well ... I really don't have one. I tried to find a flaw in the characters, the plot, the descriptions, the research, the conversations and I couldn't find one thing. Well, that's a lie. There was one spelling error but that was literally it. The characters were well thought out and they read like they were actual people, the plot was twisty-turny (yes, it's totally a word) and filled with multiple (VERY unexpected) surprises, the descriptions were the perfect combination of descriptive but not too over the top and boring, the research ... dude ... I think I might be able to run my own police investigations after this and finally the conversations ... they were so realistic - I didn't find them weird or stilted or unnatural at all. There weren't any lags in the plot, things ran very smoothly. I didn't find myself skimming just to get to the good stuff because EVERYTHING was the good stuff. I did find myself trying to speed read because I just had to know what was going on. I had to force myself to take breaks from reading so that I didn't just devour this whole novel in one day. You only get that First-Read-Magic once ... you know what I'm talking about - the first time you read a really amazing novel and all of the surprises make you gasp ... anyway, you only get that first read once and I really didn't want to waste it because I was being a gluttonous reader. And my gosh, the ending. Holy crap, it really came out of no where. No. Where. I wish I could read it again and get that shocker at the end. Now, it is the second in a series but I haven't had the privilege of reading the first one yet and I think that this could actually stand alone if you want to pick this one up first (which I totally recommend). Basically, get this novel. Go get it right now.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Aly

    When I first got this book, I was a little nervous, but I was assured that it was meant to be a standalone as well as part of the series so it would not be difficult to read this book. It's the second in the Detective Kate Springer series. And I wasn't missing anything at all. If anything was mentioned about Kate's past, there was some kind of explanation. I didn't feel like I was missing anything by not having read the first book in the series before reading Deadly Fantasies. It was easy to When I first got this book, I was a little nervous, but I was assured that it was meant to be a standalone as well as part of the series so it would not be difficult to read this book. It's the second in the Detective Kate Springer series. And I wasn't missing anything at all. If anything was mentioned about Kate's past, there was some kind of explanation. I didn't feel like I was missing anything by not having read the first book in the series before reading Deadly Fantasies. It was easy to slip into the book even without having read the first book. There were many things I enjoyed about this book. There's an interesting but easy relationship between Kate and her partner, Patrick. It provided a nice interlude from some of the more emotional scenes, and it was easy to see how close the two were without being romantically involved. Another thing that I enjoyed. It was nice to see male/female interaction without romantic intentions involved. That being said I also enjoyed Kate's conversations with Carlos, someone who she has been romantically involved with in the past. I think that the relationship could be interesting as she is a cop and he's a journalist. So I'd like to see how that develops. It was easy to follow Kate's thought process as Kelly Miller presents it in an easy manner but there is also the fact that because we can only know Kate's thoughts, we don't necessarily know her real motives for things as she may not know them herself. It was intriguing to try and understand some of her underlying motives. Then there was the fact that it wasn't focusing on the murder aspect of Kate's life. Deadly Fantasies does place a lot of importance on solving the murder but it also brought in other parts of Kate's life and it did it in way that it didn't feel unnatural or as if it was only being done to take a break from the murder investigation. The murder was not the only drama in the book and I was curious to find out what would happen in Kate's personal life as well as her professional life. Kate was also shown as a real human being. She had flaws, many of which she didn't notice until it was pointed out to her. But she also is willing to change things to fix those flaws. I had to admit that that drew me to her as a reader because I know that in my own life, I am terrible at finding my flaws (even if they're pointed out) and changing them in such a way to better myself. So I found that watching Kate go through that was a great thing to read. The murder also involved a lot of different players and it was fascinating to put together the pieces, not to mention that I don't really think that I thought the ending would go the way it did. I was pleasantly surprised at the ending, even though there had been clues all along throughout the book to guide the reader to that possible conclusion. Find this review and many others on Reading Shy With Aly

  6. 4 out of 5

    Arpita Pramanick

    I won the ebook in a giveaway. I haven't read much mystery/crime stories outside of Sherlock Holmes, but I watch a lot of Castle and I love it. The best thing about Kelly Miller's writing is how smooth flowing it is. The scenes played just like they do in movies or the TV series (read Castle!). The dialogues are smart and witty. I loved the inside jokes and games between the detectives - those were refreshing! The other great thing about the book is how the author introduces the backstories. I won the ebook in a giveaway. I haven't read much mystery/crime stories outside of Sherlock Holmes, but I watch a lot of Castle and I love it. The best thing about Kelly Miller's writing is how smooth flowing it is. The scenes played just like they do in movies or the TV series (read Castle!). The dialogues are smart and witty. I loved the inside jokes and games between the detectives - those were refreshing! The other great thing about the book is how the author introduces the backstories. Kelly started this book in the middle of an action and then slowly divulged the details about the lives of the detectives - Detective Kate's past that holds her back from having healthy relationships, Detective Patrick's fears about his wife's pregnancy with the fourth child and Kate's friendship with Lucy, the crime scene technician. The way these backstories are introduced makes one want to know more about the characters' lives, and just when you seek more, Kelly cleverly steers the story towards the crime under investigation, which makes you wait patiently until you get another peek at the lives of the detectives. I also liked how the author left some subplots unresolved: for example, at one point in the story Detective Kate had a major fallout with Lucy. Towards the end Kate does realize her problems that contributed to the breach, but Kelly doesn't finally explain how things get patched up (if they every do) between the women. I think this is a smart move by any author, because it leaves something for the imagination of the readers...making them stay in the story a while longer, thinking about what the characters would do after the story ends. Also leaves some reference to include in the next book of the series, I suppose! So, let's review some aspect of Deadly Fantasies: Great plot? Check! Memorable characters? Check! Good resolution? Check! Perfect ending? Check! Only, all the goodness felt a little bit surgical to me. As if the story has been written keeping certain guidelines in mind. It's like the book uses all the well-tested conflicts/sub-plots that are expected in a crime thriller and are known to impact readers. But then again, it's indeed an art knowing which spice to use when and being able to cook 'em up brilliantly. A lot of writers may know the golden rules of writing a thriller but not many can execute them well. Kelly sure excels in that area! Deadly Fantasies is a great read! I definitely recommend it.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Karsyn

    3.5 of 5 stars I was sent this book by the author for my honest review. This book revolves around Kate, a homicide detective in Tampa Fl. In the middle of the night, she gets a call from an acquaintance who states she may have killed her husband. Kate arrives at a bloody crime scene and an investigation begins. This book did grab me from the beginning. I really liked the storyline, the murder to solve and the investigation the most. It was a good simple story that was really easy to read and moved 3.5 of 5 stars I was sent this book by the author for my honest review. This book revolves around Kate, a homicide detective in Tampa Fl. In the middle of the night, she gets a call from an acquaintance who states she may have killed her husband. Kate arrives at a bloody crime scene and an investigation begins. This book did grab me from the beginning. I really liked the storyline, the murder to solve and the investigation the most. It was a good simple story that was really easy to read and moved quickly to get through. Everything came together in a nicely wrapped up box. Setting = A+ Plot = A+ Conflict = A+ The characters, I didn't warm up to as much. I had definite issues with Kate who is selfish. whiny and insecure. Her partner Patrick Jessup was just as bad. I didn't feel any connection to the characters and disliked them. Not having read the first book, I didn't know much back story but there was enough that was alluded to or touched on that I got a general idea. The story line was enough to keep me enjoying the book despite the characters many flaws. Characters = D My only other issue with this book was the underlining theme of the book, which though never mentioned as such, revolves around BDSM. This is a personal opinion, and should be taken as such. As one who reads, understands and accepts BDSM, I didn't like the negative undertones surrounding the BDSM aspects. It's clear that the characters felt all aspects of "Kink" are wrong, to not be talked about and I felt that because the villain(s) were involved in BDSM activities, all of BDSM was thrown into a negative light. Obviously, not everyone is going to have the same opinion on this very touchy subject, so many people will be fine with the negative aspect of it, I personally didn't like it but it didn't distract too much from the overall book. Theme = B On a whole, I really enjoyed the book and I would recommend it to others.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Clarissa

    Like with most people, I am a fan of murder/mystery television shows. I grew up watching Law and Order, Law and Order SVU, Murder She Wrote and other shows of that genre. The unusual thing, however, is that. I seldom pick up a book in the same genre. I suppose I like the visuals of everything. However, when Kelly Miller reached out and asked if I would be interested in reading her book, I readily agreed because I wanted something different than the historical tomes that I am usually reading like Like with most people, I am a fan of murder/mystery television shows. I grew up watching Law and Order, Law and Order SVU, Murder She Wrote and other shows of that genre. The unusual thing, however, is that. I seldom pick up a book in the same genre. I suppose I like the visuals of everything. However, when Kelly Miller reached out and asked if I would be interested in reading her book, I readily agreed because I wanted something different than the historical tomes that I am usually reading like a madwoman. Boy, am I glad that I did! This book is a page turner and has all the twists and turns you hope for. I read this in three hours–that’s how good it was. I really connected with the book because it’s based in Tampa Bay, not far from where I live. Hearing Ybor City, Channelside, Florida Aquarium amongst other locales was amusing to me because I could picture all of it perfectly. However, even if you’ve never been, Ms. Miller’s descriptions are vivid enough for you to envision it in your mind. Her mentioning the temperatures in July made me laugh because anyone in this area knows what she means. The day has barely begun and already you’ll be sweating your brains out! I didn’t read ‘Dead Like Me’,the first book in the series, however, this was great as a standalone novel. I’ll definitely check out ‘Dead Like Me’ and I look forward to the next book as well. While I admit I wish the main characters had a little more depth to them, I still liked them a lot. There was enough banter and humor to counterbalance the seriousness, so if you find yourself chuckling at something Kate has said, don’t be surprised. I loved the end of the book. (I did not see that coming!) The whole thing felt like a roller coaster. (A good one, I promise!) You’d think that things were going to progress one way but then they’d turn and do a loop-de-loop. Bloody fantastiç! I look forward to book three in the Kate Springer series.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Diane Coto

    What do you do when one that is close to you admits to murder? If you’re a detective, can you stay impartial while you investigate? Dr. Nina Grace had been the ‘shrink’ for many Tampa police officers. Detective Kate Springer had to spend a few weeks with the doctor after she had shot a suspect in a kidnapping case. Kate managed to work through many issues of her own with Dr. Grace and knew in her heart that Nina Grace couldn’t have committed this hideous murderous act on her husband. Detective What do you do when one that is close to you admits to murder? If you’re a detective, can you stay impartial while you investigate? Dr. Nina Grace had been the ‘shrink’ for many Tampa police officers. Detective Kate Springer had to spend a few weeks with the doctor after she had shot a suspect in a kidnapping case. Kate managed to work through many issues of her own with Dr. Grace and knew in her heart that Nina Grace couldn’t have committed this hideous murderous act on her husband. Detective Patrick Jessup is Kate’s partner. Kate doesn’t want to hold back information from him, but at the same time realizes that if she were to express Dr. Grace perceived confession, the case would only be focused upon her. Although this novel is the second in the Detective Kate Springer series, it can be read on its own. The first in the series was Dead Like Me. The story was told in first person narrative by Kate. I liked the character of Kate and her friendship and camaraderie with her partner. The only situation that wasn’t resolved at the end was the riff Kate caused between herself and her best friend, Lucy James, who was also the crime scene tech. The story played out similarly to episodes of Law & Order. It’s hard to believe this is only Kelly Miller’s second novel. She writes with the finesse of an established author. Her pacing of the story and character development is skillfully done. I rated Deadly Fantasies 4 out of 5. http://www.fictionzeal.com/deadly-fan...

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Schorr

    Enjoyable read Second in the Detective Kate series. Good plot, kept you guessing. Enjoyable read. Will look for more by Kate Miller

  11. 5 out of 5

    Aya Walksfar

    Deadly Fantasies Detective Kate Springer is back! And this time, she has to save her friend, Dr. Nina Grace. What do you do when the phone rings at one in the morning? If you’re Detective Kate Springer you answer it. And what do you do when your friend is on the line confessing to murdering her husband? Kate never hesitates: she plunges into a dark world to find the real killer before Dr. Grace winds up in prison. The thing I like about Kate is her loyalty; misguided perhaps, but always there. It Deadly Fantasies Detective Kate Springer is back! And this time, she has to save her friend, Dr. Nina Grace. What do you do when the phone rings at one in the morning? If you’re Detective Kate Springer you answer it. And what do you do when your friend is on the line confessing to murdering her husband? Kate never hesitates: she plunges into a dark world to find the real killer before Dr. Grace winds up in prison. The thing I like about Kate is her loyalty; misguided perhaps, but always there. It is her strongest asset and her greatest liability as she races into situations most of us would turn away from. Author Kelly Miller weaves the past and the present together, creating a tangled web for her characters. In this second book, Ms. Miller deepens some of the supporting characters from Dead Like Me, Book 1 of the Springer Series. Not only do we get a different perspective on Dr. Grace, but we see another side to Detective Patrick Jessup, Mr. Quiet himself. To tell the truth, I was a bit shocked at how he acted this time, but when I understood why, well...I had to forgive the guy. One of the things I enjoy about Ms. Miller’s work is the way she uses the past events to illuminate the actions of her characters in the present. It is part of what makes her characters real: the stress of personal issues tangles with the need to follow the facts and trips Kate up, time and time again. Still, she isn’t a quitter. A good, solid story.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Maz Loton

    Don’t let the cover or title fool you. Deadly Fantasies may look and sound like a cheesy romance but it isn’t. It is in fact an accomplished crime story, full of mystery, intrigue and twists to keep you guessing until the end. Despite being the second in a series, there was just enough backstory to help understand the characters better whilst not being annoying, and so there was no issue reading this as a stand-alone. The characters were believable, in particular the female lead protagonist, Don’t let the cover or title fool you. Deadly Fantasies may look and sound like a cheesy romance but it isn’t. It is in fact an accomplished crime story, full of mystery, intrigue and twists to keep you guessing until the end. Despite being the second in a series, there was just enough backstory to help understand the characters better whilst not being annoying, and so there was no issue reading this as a stand-alone. The characters were believable, in particular the female lead protagonist, Detective Kate Springer whose flawed character illustrated her human side. There were still some issues left unresolved at the end, and I would definitely be interested to read the next book and see how her character develops. I admit that I was a little disappointed by the end although I can’t really say why without giving it away. However, a further twist did make up for it and on the whole I really enjoyed watching how the mystery unravelled. Overall, Miller writes with the skill of an accomplished author and is one to watch.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Laure Reminick

    (I received this book with the hope of a review. I feel the free aspect did not affect my review.) In an intricately plotted police drama, Miller explores the ramifications of caring; for better and for worse, when it’s healthy and when it’s not, about a significant other or a twisted personal agenda. Every character comes up against their own blind spot; some win, some seem to have embraced the worst possible outcome—for themselves and all those around them. Nicely, bad loses and good prevails.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Michael Mardel

    Deadly fantasies by Miller was a quick read to discover who the murderer was even though the wife confessed to it. Will detective Kate be able to steer her colleagues away from the wife as the perpetrator? The same woman who counselled her. We are led on a merry chase to find who did it and the answer comes as a great surprise. Besides Kate's relationship with her colleague and falling out with her best friend, we learn about Kate warts and all. A worthy opponent of the baddies.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Aly

    I really enjoyed this book as well. It caught me up right away in the story. I would read more from this author. So far her books are AMAZING!!! Great job. * I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*

  16. 4 out of 5

    Karen greer

    Very good read! I have read the first book in this series and now the second. I love this series. Can't wait for the next book. This author is new to me but I'm glad I came across her. Please continue the great work.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Deb

  18. 5 out of 5

    Denise H. Stokes

  19. 4 out of 5

    James Lynam

  20. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn Richardson

  21. 4 out of 5

    kim padgett

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jim VAccaro

  23. 5 out of 5

    Taylor

  24. 4 out of 5

    mr m p kirwan

  25. 5 out of 5

    Melody Maysonet

  26. 4 out of 5

    mary h gordon

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Vogt

  28. 4 out of 5

    Chris Taylor

  29. 5 out of 5

    Roisin Keane

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sabhyata Azad

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