Posts By: Debbie

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Jul 17
Review: Bound by Night by Larissa Ione #COYER

Review: Bound by Night by Larissa Ione #COYER

Nicole Martin bears the scars from the vampire slave uprising at her childhood home. Nicole has been thrown into the role of CEO of her family’s company, Daedalus. She has some very predetermined ideas about vampires- but all that is about to change when she is kidnapped by a vampire. … Read more »

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Jul 10
Review: Delia’s Shadow by Jaime Lee Moyer

Review: Delia’s Shadow by Jaime Lee Moyer

Delia Martin sees ghosts. In fact, she fled her hometown of San Francisco as it was plagued with ghosts from the 1906 earthquake. However, another ghost now haunts her, a young woman she refers to as Shadow. Shadow wants something and her continued presence has led Delia to return back… Read more »

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Jul 05
Review: The Butcher by Jennifer Hillier #COYER

Review: The Butcher by Jennifer Hillier #COYER

The Beacon Hill Butcher was killed in 1985… or so the story goes. What if THE BUTCHER still lives? Samantha “Sam” Marquez suspects that the Beacon Hill Butcher killed her mother- several years after THE BUTCHER was supposedly killed by Edward Shank, who later became Police Chief (and hence his… Read more »

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Jul 03
Review: Dinner With A Vampire by Abigail Gibbs #COYER

Review: Dinner With A Vampire by Abigail Gibbs #COYER

Violet Lee inadvertently witnesses a mass murder- and finds herself hostage to a group of vampires. Now caught between the political powers of humans and that of the vampires, Violet is being asked to choose a side. Will she stay human or will she choose the vampires? More mature Twilight… Read more »

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Jun 28
Review: Gluten for Punishment by Nancy J. Parra #COYER

Review: Gluten for Punishment by Nancy J. Parra #COYER

Opening a gluten-free bakery in the heart of wheat country may be a challenge, but Toni Holmes certainly didn’t expect it to include murder as well! The grand opening of her new gluten-free bakery sets off tempers as some of the locals feel threatened by her avoidance of all products containing… Read more »

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Jun 26
Review: King of the Dead by Joseph Nassisse

Review: King of the Dead by Joseph Nassisse

Jeremiah Hunt, Denise Clearwater, and Dmitri Alexandrov have been living on the run for three months, staying just one step ahead of the FBI. The FBI believes that Jeremiah is the dangerous serial killer known as the Reaper but Jeremiah, Denise, and Dmitri know the truth- it was darker, supernatural… Read more »

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