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Feb 28
Review: Howling For You by Chloe Neill

Review: Howling For You by Chloe Neill

Shape shifter Jeff Christopher has been an instrumental part of the Ombudsman’s office as well as a powerful ally of Merit and the vampires’ Cadogan House. However, the one thing he wants he can’t have- a relationship with Fallon Keene, the sister and next in line to the Apex of… Read more »

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Feb 13
Review:   The Gun by Daithi Kavanagh

Review: The Gun by Daithi Kavanagh

Garda Detective Tadhg Sullivan is a hard drinking, chain-smoking guy who also leads a special unit that investigates politically motivated crimes. Presently a man known only as The Deerstalker has broken onto the scene and is targeting the Irish political system. Against all rules and possibly a career breaker Sullivan… Read more »

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Feb 02
Review: Friday Night Bites by Chloe Neill

Review: Friday Night Bites by Chloe Neill

Merit is adjusting to her new life as a vampire and Sentinel of Cadogan House. Unfortunately, a new threat to the vampires has Merit forced to socialize with her human family, the same family she had eschewed while human. Will Merit and Ethan uncover who is behind the mass raves?… Read more »

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Jan 24
Review: Beyond Limits by Laura Griffin

Review: Beyond Limits by Laura Griffin

It all started with a NAVY seal mission in Afghanistan…. Lieutenant Derek Vaughn’s team discovers intel that leads them to suspect a terrorist cell is operating and planning in the United States. Could something big be on the horizon? Meanwhile, FBI Elizabeth LeBlanc has been temporarily reassigned to a joint… Read more »

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Dec 18
Review:  Thank You For the Music by Jennifer Young

Review: Thank You For the Music by Jennifer Young

After the death of her father, Abby Mortimer thought that things would finally begin to fall into place and her long-time boyfriend, Edward would finally propose.  Instead of hearing ‘will you marry me?’ she heard, ‘I’ve found someone else’.   Devastated and heartbroken, Abby made a quick exit and flew… Read more »

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Dec 11
Review: Jane Austen’s First Love by Syrie James

Review: Jane Austen’s First Love by Syrie James

Courtesy of Net Galley Jane Austen’s First Love by Syrie James is a wonderful glimpse into what Jane may have been like as a teenager. I may not be as huge a fan of Jane Austen as many readers are, but I do enjoy reading her novels from time to… Read more »

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Dec 05
Review:  Tall, Dark and Royal by Vanessa Kelly

Review: Tall, Dark and Royal by Vanessa Kelly

Dominic Hunter is a relentless magistrate with a mission – a mission to track down the illegitimate children of England’s Royal Princes and help them get their due.  Unbeknownst to most though was the fact a portion of his search was also extremely personal for Dominic. After fourteen years not… Read more »

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Nov 29
Review:  Christmas at Thorncliff Towers by Marina Myles

Review: Christmas at Thorncliff Towers by Marina Myles

CHRISTMAS AT THORNCLIFF TOWERS is short novella about Karina Petri, a gypsy witch who dearly misses her best friend and love Constantin.  Some years ago, when hunger had led her to try to steal food for the starving Gypsy camp she involved Constantin’s brother Viktor in her scheme.  As a… Read more »

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Nov 26
Review: The Rake’s Handbook: Including Field Guide by Sally Orr

Review: The Rake’s Handbook: Including Field Guide by Sally Orr

On a dare, Ross Thornbury, considered a rake by some authored THE RAKE’S HANDBOOK.  Since then he has been publicly condemned by the ladies of the ton, and privately revered by the gentlemen.  Unfortunately for Ross his notoriety is preventing him from gaining an important approval of his plans to… Read more »

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Nov 24
Review: Bound by Ink by Marcella Burnard

Review: Bound by Ink by Marcella Burnard

When Officer Steve Corvane calls Isa Romanchzyk for help, the situation is always dicey. This time, however, the magical surges are impacting the entire city of Seattle as a Live Ink is pulling free of the human housing it. Unfortunately, this won’t be the last incident of Live Ink pulling… Read more »

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