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Wild Fire by C. Feehan

31 December 2010 Casey 1

If I had to describe Christine Feehan’s Wild Fire with one word, I would use ‘explosive.’  The chemistry between Isabeau and Conner is so hot it practically melts the words right off the paper. And the fight scenes erupt like a bomb in your face with little forewarning. Leopard shifter […]

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Soul Screamers

30 December 2010 Jackie 1

Has anyone else succumbed to “so many books, so little time” syndrome?  I don’t know what it is about this year, but I’ve only read a fraction of what I did last year and there have been so many series that have slipped through the cracks.  One such series is […]

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The Sleeping Beauty by M. Lackey

30 December 2010 Casey 3

As a lover of fairy tales, I was slightly apprehensive about reading Mercedes Lackey’s The Sleeping Beauty. Some authors simply replicate the overused cliches and “traditional” Disneyesque characteristics, but I shouldn’t have worried. Mercedes Lackey created a vivid world full of classic fairytale elements with her own unique, personal twist to it all in her latest addition […]

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Guest Author: Nancy Holzner

30 December 2010 Jackie 13

Today, I am excited to welcome back Nancy Holzner, author of the fabulously Deadtown series and the second novel, Hellforged, is now out. A demon is stalking Vicky’s dreams-just as several of Deadtown’s zombies are viciously attacked and become really dead. And when Vicky realizes she is the only connection […]

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The Dream Thief by S. Abé

29 December 2010 Casey 1

This review is really hard for me to write, because I so wanted to like The Dream Thief by Shana Abé. When I first read it, I was left feeling like I had only skimmed the surface of what could have been a great novel.  The Dream Thief wasn’t exactly lacking […]

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Child’s Play Giveaway Winners

29 December 2010 Jackie 9

On Thanksgiving day, I launched a contest to help benefit the fabulous Child’s Play organization.  As of December 22nd, Child’s Play has raised $1,853,894.59 for their partner hospitals.  Thanks to all you fabulous readers, Literary Escapism helped contribute a total of $432.00 in toys and cash donations.  I am ecstatic […]

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Make Mine Midnight by A. McKenna

28 December 2010 Jackie 2

I’ve read Annmarie McKenna before and found her stories to be great quick reads; so when I saw her story, Make Mine Midnight was free on Amazon – I gobbled it up. Now i”m glad it was free. New Year’s Eve. The party is rockin’, and Claire is in her […]

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20 Reasons to Hit the Bookstore

28 December 2010 Jackie 2

As if anyone needs a reason to run to their favorite bookstore, but check out all the fabulous titles that have hit the shelves today. There’s a ton of great authors here…why are you still reading this, go to the bookstore now! *grin* Eternal Prey by Nina Bangs (Gods of […]

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Darker Angels by MLN Hanover

27 December 2010 Tricia 3

Jam packed with a ton of action, Darker Angels is the second in the Black Sun’s Daughter series and does not disappoint! When Jayné Heller’s uncle Eric died, she inherited a fortune beyond all her expectations — and a dangerous mission in a world she never knew existed. Reining in […]

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RT Booklovers Convention 2011

27 December 2010 Jackie 0

This year, the Romantic Times Booklovers Convention is being held in Los Angeles, California from April 6 to th 10th and I totally wish I could be there. I managed to get to two days of it this past year when it was in Columbus and I had a blast. […]