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Review : Ameo Silver Products

I love choosing natural solutions in my home to eliminate more and more toxic substances!

Sometimes it is confusing about what is really natural and safe and what has been “green-washed” meaning that they label as clean and safe, but include ingredients that are not either.

Ameo is a company that is committed to products that are safe for the family! Their mission states : “Our mission at Ameo Life is to produce amazing natural products to promote care for the body using only the cleanest ingredients, free of chemicals, toxins or any harmful substances.”

I was able to check out a few of their items : a bar of their soap, their silver gel and their multi-vitamins.

First I will say I am super impressed by their multivitimins. The ingredient list is amazing – these minerals are all so vital to our health!! I have been taking them and am interested to see how I feel after two weeks and four weeks!

The next product was their silver gel, which I applied after planting some pumpkin plants in our dry as hades dirt, giving myself a nice blister on my hand! It was very soothing and I could tell helped speed my recovery time! My daughter used the silver gel on her face to help fight her teen-acne prone skin!

I received a bottle of their Silver Solution as well. This is recommended to take daily for improved digestion, immune support and overall gut health. We have pretty healthy guts around here, but I am going to keep this handy for when anyone is dealing with gut issues like indigestion, upset stomach and other normal issues. I think it might be good for my teen too, since she has a quest stomach often.

And lastly I received a bar of their soap. I plan to keep this in my first aid area and when we are dealing with rashes or other skin issues to pull it out and use it to help treat those areas!

I am overall super impressed with Ameo Life and their products! I look forward to restocking these items and trying their others as well!

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NOTE : I received samples of 4 different Ameo Life products at no cost. My thoughts, opinions and review are my honest feelings.

Book Review: Elysium Tide

James Hannibal is an amazingly talented person and a fantastic writer! I love his fast paced books, his ever twisting plot lines, and of course his characters are next level!

I have read many of his books and I always get excited to find there is a new one available!

Elysium Tide launches with an overly arrogant doctor in surgery bullying a colleague for an accident. This quickly puts him on a path for a little R&R at a medical conference. Lucky for Peter his talent and abilities keep the hospital from firing him, but R&R is the last thing he wants!

Upon arriving in Hawaii (yeah rough R&R spot) he finds himself in the middle of a massive crime situation and cannot help himself. His insanely sharp brain cannot help but throw Peter into the crime scene to try and help solve it. Lisa is the lead detective and she is from the island originally. The two start off as adversaries but she quickly realizes the value he brings to the crime scene.

I really enjoyed the story – super fast paced and you have to pay attention or you might miss something! I loved seeing Peter transform from the tightly wound perfectionist into a normal person valuing the people around him. Lisa has a few catalyst moments too as she grapples with her past, her co-workers and her island.

I highly recommend Elysium Tide, or any other book by James Hannibal, you will thank me!


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Book Review : Sunburst

Picking up a Susan May Warren book is like going back home after months or years of being away! You still know just about everyone, you are thrilled to reconnect to many and while you may have missed a snippet or two you are going to jump right back in where you left!

Sunburst was just that for me!! I have not kept up with Susan May Warren (how can you, this woman puts out books faster than anyone I know). Between being busy and life, I have missed a couple books in this GIANT series! However, every time I jump back in I love being back either with Sky King Ranch, Christiansen Family and so many others!

The three sons of the man who owns Sky King Ranch are Ranger, Colt and Dodge. A while back Colt and Dodge had a huge falling out over a girl, go figure! This book picks up a couple years later and we find Ranger, a former Navy Seal, attempting to rescue his brother Colt from a hostage situation half way across the globe. During the rescue he also liberates two women, one who happens to be a woman from his past.

Following the rescue, there are many problems the group encounter, for one Noemi, the woman Ranger knows, cannot just leave the country, instead she and Ranger make their way to her family she barely remembers. Through their entire journey they are questioning why the hostage situation happened while being followed and attacked.

There are tons of twists and turns especially until the couple make their way back to Sky Ranch in Montana to a “safe” place. Until… well I cannot tell you what happens, but this one will keep you on the edge of your seat and glued to your book or Kindle. It is super fast paced.

One of my absolute favorite things about Ms. Warrens books is the family ties and connections. I cannot get enough of the eternal bond these families have and their unconditional love for each other, no matter what!

If you have not read one of Susan May Warrens books, grab one and jump in!!



Sunburst (Sky King Ranch #2)

When former Navy Seal and lifelong bachelor Ranger Kingston is called upon to take part in a rescue mission to save his brother Colt, who has been kidnapped by terrorists in Nigeria, he is shocked to find among the hostages a woman he knows and could never forget.

Noemi Sutton was attempting to return a young girl to her family in Boko Haran territory when she and the girl found themselves taken hostage, along with several others.

And while Ranger Kingston may be able to get the hostages away from their captors, he’ll need Noemi’s help if he ever hopes to get out of Nigeria alive.

Her solution? Pose as husband and wife. But when her uncle discovers the union, he insists on a traditional Nigerian wedding–binding Noemi to a man destined to break her heart. Worse, she’s discovered the real reason she was kidnapped, and anyone around her is bound to be caught in the cross fire. Including her so-called new husband.

She’ll need to figure out a way to leave the man she loves if she wants to save his life.

USA Today bestselling author Susan May Warren throws you into the thick of the action in this high-stakes, globe-trotting romance.


NOTE: In accordance with FTC guidelines, MHM Buzz will always disclose where products being reviewed originate.  Often, we review books/products provided for free by publishers, whether ARC’s (advanced reading copies) or post-publication.  However, MHM Buzz does not, nor do any of its book review authors, receive any compensation for reviews.  All product reviews are voluntary, my personal opinion and not required for receipt of the product. I received a complimentary electronic copy of Sunburst.

Book Review : Where the Road Bends

Have you ever found yourself wrestling with regret? Looking back and wishing things were different? That is exactly where Norah King finds herself days away from her wedding day. She is going to marry a man she feels nothing for, in an attempt to keep her land and live a good life there. An unexpected stranger ends up near death in one of her fields and she offers the hospitality he needs to get back on his feet.

Rachel Fordham is the author who wrote Where the Road Bends, and it was a great story! I loved Norah’s character, such a good young woman with a giant heart. Quincy is the stranger who steals her heart during those few days of recovery and neither will ever be the same.

The story takes place in 1880 and things are not quite the way we know them to be today. However, I wondered as I read this, are things that different? Do people generously look for people who need help, or do we ignore them and hope someone else will?

This is a story of redemption and forgiveness of the largest scale. So many twists and turns happen in both Norah’s life and Quincy’s. The supporting characters were just as endearing as the main ones, and the overall story is just a delight! I highly recommend this as a summer read!


More about the book:

Where the Road Bends
As Norah King surveys her family land in Iowa in 1880, she is acutely aware that it is all she has left, and she will do everything in her power to save it–even if that means marrying a man she hardly knows. Days before her wedding, Norah discovers an injured man on her property. Her sense of duty compels her to take him in and nurse him back to health. Little does she realize just how much this act of kindness will complicate her life and threaten the future she’s planned.

Norah’s care does more than aid Quincy Barnes’s recovery–it awakens his heart to possibilities. Penniless and homeless, he knows the most honorable thing he can do is head on down the road and leave Norah to marry her intended. But walking away from the first person to believe in him proves much harder than he imagined.

Rachel Fordham invites you to experience the strength and beauty of love forged in the crucible of hardship in this heartwarming story.


NOTE: In accordance with FTC guidelines, MHM Buzz will always disclose where products being reviewed originate.  Often, we review books/products provided for free by publishers, whether ARC’s (advanced reading copies) or post-publication.  However, MHM Buzz does not, nor do any of its book review authors, receive any compensation for reviews.  All product reviews are voluntary, my personal opinion and not required for receipt of the product. I received a complimentary electronic copy of Where the Road Bends.

Book Review : The Songs that Could Have Been

What a wonderful book!! Amanda Wen wrote a wonderful follow up to the first book in this series (The Sedgwick County Chronicles) Roots of Wood and Stone with her The Songs that Could Have Been. This story digs into so many relevant topics! First, racism in the 1950’s as they learn about their grandmother and her first true love. Second is eating disorders and counseling. Honestly, so heavy topics but they are dealt with so beautifully in this story!

Main character Lauren has gotten her life back together after a nasty breakup with her first love. She is an up and coming food blogger and starting to make a name for herself. Her brother and her help take care of their grandmother who is suffering with Alzheimers. When the two of them find out about this past love, through random comments from their grandmother they start to dig in and find out who this person is. The story goes back and forth from today to the 1950’s and we get to seeing into the Grandmother’s memories and past.

I loved the first book, and loved this one too! Reconnecting with Garrett, Lauren’s brother and main character from book #1, was fun as well. Garrett is the one who really helps Lauren work through her eating disorder when it rears its ugly head again in her life. The bond these two share is precious and so deep.

This is a great summer read, but really and anytime read. Redemption is always a theme I am happy to immerse myself into and The Songs that Could have Been is just that, a story of redemption, forgiveness and real love.


NOTE: In accordance with FTC guidelines, MHM Buzz will always disclose where products being reviewed originate.  Often, we review books/products provided for free by publishers, whether ARC’s (advanced reading copies) or post-publication.  However, MHM Buzz does not, nor do any of its book review authors, receive any compensation for reviews.  All product reviews are voluntary, my personal opinion and not required for receipt of the product. I received a complimentary copy of The Songs that Could Have Been.