True North by Liora Blake *Exclusive Author Interview*

  Important News Liora Blake's book True North is specially priced at $1.99 for pre-order and release week.  To get the pricing pre-order or buy during release, the price will rise after release week. Interview with author Liora Blake author of True...

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Review ~ Captive by Brighton Walsh

    Captive by Brighton Walsh, this is the first time I have read a book written by the author. We Lovers might not all read the same genre, but we are very honest with our and each other.  We are never harsh,...

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After Dark by M. Pierce

    How do I possibly write a review of After Dark by M. Pierce. I am not one of those fawning readers, that need to worship at the alter of authors. I can read and enjoy the book without having...

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Mother May I by Genevieve Jack

            Mother May I by Genevieve Jacks is an utterly charming paranormal romance. When I read one of Jack’s Knight Games books I expect, paranormal adventure, romance, plenty of danger and a cast of characters to keep me entertained. Mother...

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Rock Hard by Nalini Singh

Last year one of my favorite authors Nalini Singh dove into the huge ocean that is contemporary romance with Rock Addiction, and frankly the book wasn’t for me. The plot seemed rushed and there was instalove that centered around...

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Review ~ Of Silk and Steam by Bec McMaster

      Of Silk and Steam by Bec McMaster is a brilliant conclusion to the London Steampunk series story arc that started with Kiss of Steel.   Both Leopold Barrons and Lady Aramina have been flirting around the edges of the series since...

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Review ~ Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop

  Have you ever read a book, and the world the author created was so mesmerizing that you wish you could visit? A few books have sparked my imagination like no other, and made me wish I could visit the...

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Review ~Dead Heat by Patricia Briggs

I adore the world of Mercy Thompson, and a product of that world is the Alpha and Omega Series by Patricia Briggs. Briggs’s latest Alpha and Omega book is Dead Heat, in which the werewolf couple Charles and Anna Cornick,...

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Review ~ Sawyer by Nicole Edwards

Sawyer is the seventh book in the Alluring Indulgence book series by Nicole Edwards.  Up to bat for his 'happily ever after',  is Sawyer and the ball he is trying to connect to comes in the form a sassy...

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Review ~ Radiance by Grace Draven

    4.25 STARS  Grace Draven in Radiance does what some more well known fantasy writers fail at; Draven pulls the reader into her world, and doesn't try to crush the reader under too complex a world.   Draven's world building is...

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Once and Always by Julia Harper

  Hmmm..... I really loved the quirky town of Coot Lake, Minnesota.  At some points I wanted to call it LOON Lake as the inhabitants are quirky and lovable.  Once and Always by Julia Harper, centers around sexy deputy Sam...

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Soulbound by Kristen Callihan

    Callihan writes a magical tale of love and regret in Soulbound (Darkest London #6).  The story revolves around GIM (Ghost in the Machine) leader Adam and the feisty, and fiery Bostonian Eliza May. Eliza May just happens to be...

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The Billionaire and the Virgin by Jessica Clare

For pure romance The Billionaire and the Virgin by Jessica Clare get four stars, but I had to deduct a half a star because the female lead Marjorie really disappointed me.  The story is cute, billionaire network owner, falls...

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Werewolves Be Damned (Magic & Mayhem #1) by Stacey Kennedy

Hmmm..... Werewolves Be Damned is the first book in the new Magic and Mayhem series by Stacey Kennedy.  This is the first Kennedy book I have read, so I didn't have any expectations.  The passing of the book is...

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Take by Nashoda Rose

  Take (Scars of the Wraiths) by Nashoda Rose is a paranormal romance with erotic undertones .   It is written in the point of view of both main characters Jasper and Max, both of which have had very hard...

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