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The Lady Hellion by Joanna Shupe

The Lady Hellion is the continuation of the Wicked Deception historical romance series by Joanna Shupe.  Shupe writes a charming story of unrequited love, sacrifice and deadly adventure.  The series centers around three boyhood friends, Nicholas, the Duke of...

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The Harvest Man Review

A copy of The Harvest Man was provided for purposes of an honest review. I am new to the works of Alex Grecian and I was intrigued by the book description when I was offered to read a copy of...

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Tragic (Book 1) The Rook & Ronin Series & Rook & Ronin Spin Off Series by JA Huss

Get ready for the ride of your life because this series has it all. Romance, mystery, intrigue and erotica that will bring you to your knees and have you begging for more. I fell in love with this series. I...

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Eighth Grave After Dark by Darynda Jones

When I see that Darynda Jones has a new book coming out, I do a giddy happy dance, it involves a lot of booty shaking, and fist pumping; cause I adore, love, worship, admire, stalk, her character Charley Davidson....

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MerMadmen by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

ARGH, I have to wait until November for book three! I think I am the only reader who loves anticipation.  I don't want series to be over I would rather wait for a well crafted story then have the...

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Mermen by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

Mimi Jean Pamfiloff is one of those authors that every paranormal/fantasy romance reader should be reading. Her latest book is Mermen (The Mermen Trilogy Book 1) , how to review this book without giving too much away, well it think...

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Slave to Sensation by Nalini Singh

    When my son was little I didn't read much, as he is an only child and someone had to play Legos, Laser Tag, Tonkas, explore undiscovered lands down by the creek, and be his mom too.  I was one...

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Master of Crows by Grace Draven

If you like fantasy books by Terry Brooks, Elizabeth Hunter, and Terry Goodkind, then add a new author to your reading list--Grace Draven.  Master of Crows is the second book that I have read by Ms. Draven, and it...

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Witches Be Burned (Magic & Mayhem #2) by Stacey Kennedy

    Witches Be Burned by Stacey Kennedy is the second book in her Magic and Mayhem series. The series revolves around Nexi Jones. Both Nexi and the reader are plunged into Kenndey's world that is divided by Earthworld, Underworld, and...

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The Mad Tatter by J.M. Darhower

When I first started reading this The Mad Tatter by J.M. Darhower, I honestly felt like I had read the story and reviewed the book before. Tattooed bad boy and rich girl find romance in the big city--been there,...

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A Scoundrel by Moonlight by Anna Campbell

Anna Campbell has written a tantalizing tale in A Scoundrel by Moonlight.  The book starts out as one of vengeance as the Marquee of Leath has dishonored poor maidens up and down the English country. What he didn't count...

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New Release * The Friend Zone by Kristen Callihan * Review * Excerpt * Giveaway

Rarely does the second book in a series live up to its 5 star predecessor, so imagine my surprise when The Friend Zone hooked me from the prologue and it just kept getting better and better. Last Fall I...

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Review: Hunted Warrior by Lindsey Piper

I have been reading The Dragon Kings series by Lindsey Piper since I first got an email from Amazon about a new release with Caged Warrior and I was blown away by Piper's the world building.  I new immediately that...

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Last Kiss (Hitman #3) by Jessica Clare and Jen Frederick

The Last Kiss by Jessica Clare and Jen Frederick is a dark and witty novel.   I have read all of the Hitman novels, and even though this is part of a series, it can be read as a stand-alone...

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Review: Midnight Kiss (Elder Races #8) by Thea Harrison

  Thea Harrison is one of my pre - order authors, no matter what she writes I know I will enjoy the stories she spins. In Midnight Kiss, the Elder Race series is in San Francisco with the political upheaval...

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