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Queene of Light by J. Armintrout

23 July 2010 Marissa 1

I have to say I had mixed feelings about Queene of Light, which is the first book in the new Lightworld/Darkworld series by Jennifer Armintrout. In a time not long from now, the veil between fantasy and reality is ripped asunder—creatures of myth and fairy tale spill into the mortal […]

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Shadow of the Vampire by M. Hatfield

15 June 2010 Marissa 1

Normally I don’t care for books with dragons in it, but Shadow of the Vampire by Meagan Hatfield had me from page one. I immediately felt sympathy for Declan, since I, myself, have lost my parents and I know what that is like. The characters were strong and believable and […]

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Battle of the Network Zombies by M. Henry

5 June 2010 Marissa 0

I heard wonderful things about the third Amanda Feral, Battle of the Network Zombies by Mark Henry, which lead me to give it a shot. However zombie books have never been my thing, and honestly this didn’t change my mind. I went into this with an open mind, and hoped […]

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Carnal Healing by V. Reede

1 June 2010 Marissa 10

Virginia Reede’s Carnal Healing is the first book of a seven book series that promises to be truly magical. Leonore has always known she’s a witch—the direct descendant of the legendary Witch of Caernathen, whose power flowed from the sensual pleasures of sex. After years of searching, Lenore has found […]

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Dead in the Family by C. Harris

13 May 2010 Marissa 8

With the way things were left in Dead and Gone, I couldn’t wait for Charlaine Harris’ tenth Sookie Stackhouse novel, Dead in the Family.  I was counting down the days for this book, looking forward to getting lost in another thrilling story with Sookie; however, Dead in the Family isn’t […]

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In the Darkest Night by P. O’Shea

12 May 2010 Marissa 0

Since reading Edge of Dawn last year, which had Kel as a minor character, I have been impatiently waiting for In the Darkest Night by Patti O’Shea, the fourth Light Warriors novel. After learning a little about Kel in Edge of Dawn, I knew that his story would be explosive […]