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Quondam by J. Gibson

28 August 2008 Jackie 0

I was given a copy of Jayel Gibson’s fantasy novel Quondam and I was intrigued. The story itself is very much a fantasy staple, yet it brings something different to the table. Honestly, I keep replaying the story over and over in my head and I am still having a […]

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Witchling by Y. Galenorn

22 July 2008 Jackie 7

So I finally did it. I’ve been hearing about Yasmine Galenorn’s Otherworld series for awhile now and I just finished the first novel, Witchling. The story itself is unique and yet it’s not. There seems to be a lot of things that ring familiar in my head, yet I can’t […]

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Playing with Fire by K. MacAlister

20 May 2008 Jackie 1

I just got my hands on the new Katie MacAlister novel, Playing with Fire, and I am loving it. Although, it did make me concerned about one thing. The novel is about the silver dragons, more importantly about Gabriel, the silver dragon wyvern. However, Aisling and Drake make several appearances, […]

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Date Me, Baby, One More Time by S. Rowe

11 May 2008 Jackie 3

First off, I have to admit that I read the second novel, Must Love Dragons, in Stephanie Rowe’s Immortal series first. For some reason, the library couldn’t find Date Me, Baby, One More Time, but I finally got my hands on it and I have to say, it was okay. […]

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Must Love Dragons by S. Rowe

20 January 2008 Jackie 2

I love reading romantic comedies, especially paranormal ones. They tend to take the level of fun to a higher level than most others and you still get a decent story out of it. Must Love Dragons by Stephanie Rowe is the second novel in the Immortally Sexy series and it […]

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Aisling Grey, Guardian series by K. MacAlister

31 December 2007 Jackie 0

Honestly, I’m not really sure what to say about this series. The Aisling Grey, Guardian series by Katie MacAlister is one of my favorites. It’s one of those reads that’s easy to pick up when you’re looking for something to read and you’re not wanting anything heavy. The plot moves […]