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Beast Behaving Badly by Shelly Laurenston

18 March 2013 Nikki R 0

In the mood for some hilarious, shape shifter romance?  Well I have a book/series for you, my friend!  This book is #5 in a series, but it’s a stand alone, so we’re all good.  It’s called Beast Behaving Badly by Shelly Laurenston.  It will have you laughing, awing and punching […]

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Bear Meets Girl by Shelly Laurenston

4 August 2012 Nikki R 2

I admit, when I first saw Bear Meets Girl by Shelly Laurenston, and read the synopsis, I wasn’t too excited to read it.  I put it in my pile, and pretty much forgot about it (totally forgetting I needed to read it before it was published) until a few days ago. […]

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Guest Author: GA Aiken

27 September 2011 Jackie 28

I am excited to welcome author GA Aiken to Literary Escapism today as we celebrate her new release The Dragon Who Loved Me. I was raised for battle. And as the first daughter of a warrior family, I’ve earned my reputation the hard way. Yet now I fight alongside uncivilized […]

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Go Fetch! by S. Laurenston

4 December 2009 Jackie 4

I’ve been reading Shelly Laurenston’s Go Fetch, the second in her Magnus Pack series, in my Kindle and I have to say it’s another great read. How much trouble can one small female be to a modern-day shapeshifting Viking? really depends on local gun laws. Conall Vga-Feilan, direct descendant […]

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Pack Challenge by S. Laurenston

15 November 2009 Jackie 1

I was looking for something a little light and was quickly reminded of Shelly Laurenston’s Magnus Pack series. I read her story Miss Congeniality in the anthology When He Was Bad and decided she may just be wanted I needed, so I picked up a copy of the first novel, […]

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When He Was Bad (Anthology)

15 August 2008 Jackie 0

When He Was Bad is an anthology featuring stories by Cynthia Eden, author of Hotter After Midnight, and Shelly Laurenston, author of The Mane Event. Both of these authors are new to me, so this novel was one of those great finds. Miss Congeniality by S. Laurenston I’ve heard of […]