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A Table for Three by L. Reese

31 July 2011 Nicole 0

Sometimes you’re just in a mood for a good ménage, right? I hadn’t intentionally set out to buy one when I was perusing ebooks the other day, but who could resist getting a book titled A Table for Three (by Lainey Reese). You instantly know it’s gonna be a ménage […]

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Backstage Pass by O. Cunning

14 July 2011 Nicole 0

I originally only downloaded a sample of Olivia Cunning’s Backstage Pass (book 1 in her Sinners on Tour series) to see if I would enjoy it. You see, I’m not all that into contemporary romances, but will occasionally read some.  I didn’t foresee how quickly this would hook me and […]

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Summer’s Crossing by J. Kagawa

14 June 2011 Casey 1

If Julie Kagawa set out to torture her faithful readers, then she succeeded with her latest installment in her Iron Fey series: Summer’s Crossing. The wait for The Iron Knight has suddenly become that much more agonizing. A Midsummer’s Nightmare? Robin Goodfellow. Puck. Summer Court prankster, King Oberon’s right hand, bane […]

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The Mysterious Lady Law by R. Appleton

29 May 2011 Trish 0

Lady Law, a brilliant investigator or a beautiful, arrogant fraud? At first I thought that I couldn’t possibly cheer on such a pompous, arrogant woman, then I realized that she wasn’t going to be a protagonist. Once I realized this (after 3 chapters), I could finally finish The Mysterious Lady […]

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My Soul to Lose by R. Vincent

16 May 2011 Lisa 1

For those of you who have read or are reading Rachel Vincent’s Soul Screamers series, My Soul to Lose was written after My Soul to Take (the 1st book in the series), but it actually takes place before it. My Soul to Lose is a novella that shows you what […]

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My Christmas Wish by Ember Case

19 March 2011 Jackie 0

After a disappointing read, I was on the hunt for a good quick read and My Christmas Wish by Ember Case was able to deliver. Tara Walsh has come a long way from paying her dues in a smoky New Orleans club. Her albums sell millions, her tours sell out […]

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Hot for the Holidays (Anthology)

9 March 2011 Jackie 0

After reading Anya Basts’s Wicked Enchantment, I felt like a couple of the characters had already had their story told (aka Bella and Ronan). Come to find out, I was right – Sweet Enchantment is the prequel story to the Dark Magick universe and it was released as part of […]

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Stone Kissed by K. Stevens

23 December 2010 Nikki R 2

I have a weakness for anything that goes bump in the night and anything magical.  So when I ran across the latest book by Keri Stevens called Stone Kissed, I was EEEEEEing with excitment. When Delia Forrest talks to statues, they talk back. She is, after all, the last of […]

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No Prince Charming by S. Walker

14 August 2010 Jackie 2

I am a huge fan of fairy tales with new twists and Shiloh Walker has a new fascinating series called the Grimm Circle and the novel, No Prince Charming was a great addition. Her Happy-Ever-After has been a long time coming… Elle spent years trying to get over her so-called […]

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Dark and Disorderly by B. Harris

13 August 2010 Lisa 5

I’ve never thought of myself as a big Urban Fantasy or Paranormal book fan.  I’ve read a handful of vampire books (The Vampire Dairies, Twilight saga, and a few others), but despite my fascination with vampires and ghosts, it’s not a genre I have gravitated towards.  In light of this, […]