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Abandon the Night by Joss Ware

28 November 2011 Casey 1

Since Zoe and Quent’s first encounter in Beyond the Night when Zoe saved Quent’s life, and every combustible meeting since then, I have been dying to read their story. Abandon the Night was just as full of the explosive chemistry between the two as I had hoped. Yet, the rest of it wasn’t quite […]

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Graveminder by Melissa Marr

19 October 2011 Jackie 2

I’m a huge fan of Melissa Marr’s Wicked Lovely series, so I was equally excited to read her new adult novel, Graveminder. Sadly, after reading it, I can’t say I’m still excited. The New York Times bestselling author of the Wicked Lovely series delivers her first novel for adults, a […]

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Xombies: Apocalypso by W. Greatshell

14 August 2011 Casey 1

If you haven’t read read any of Walter Greatshell’s Xombies novels, I have two things to say to you. One, why not? And two, what are you waiting for? A group of women have been discovered who are immune to the Agent X plague. The secret of their immunity can […]

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In the Dead by J. Petersen

12 August 2011 Casey 0

It’s not often that zombie themed stories can be funny. Yet Jesse Petersen has created not only a hilarous, but heart-wrenching stories filled with blood thirsty zombies. When the Zombie Apocalypse began in Seattle and spread within days to almost the entire western half the country, the survivors had to figure […]

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Beyond The Night by J. Ware

19 July 2011 Casey 4

Usually when I try to imagine a post-apocalyptic Earth, I think of dry, barren wastelands with a mainly reptilian population. That’s completely opposite to the lush post-aocalyptic world Joss Ware introduced in her novel Beyond the Night, the first book in her Envy Chronicles. It’s even full of lions, tigers and elephants! When […]

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The Curious Case of the Clockwork Man by M. Hodder

16 July 2011 Trish 1

Mesmerism, Fairies, and Zombies, OH MY! Not usually what I think of with a Steampunk story, but somehow Mark Hodder blends all these things into his version of the Arthurian world. It’s done in such a way that it makes sense in the world that’s getting further and further away […]

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Unraveled by G. Showalter

26 December 2010 Casey 0

The long awaited sequel to Gena Showalter’s Intertwined, Unraveled held all the key ingredients for an epic novel: hot romances, back-to-back fight scenes and a plot so twisted it’ll keep you guessing until the very end. Since coming to Crossroads, Oklahoma, former outcast Aden Stone has been living the good […]

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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, […]

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Bullet by LK Hamilton

10 July 2010 Tricia 7

I have mixed feelings about Bullet, so depending on who you are, this review is going to be good or bad. I consider it a little bit of both. The music came back up and the next group of little girls, slightly older, came out. There was a lot of […]

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At Grave’s End by Jeaniene Frost

19 June 2010 Tricia 4

The character development in At Grave’s End by Jeaniene Frost was superb (as always). There is not one character that was unbelievable. Frost makes the story come alive with her character building and that’s not an easy thing to accomplish. Some things won’t stay buried . . . at grave’s […]