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The Griffin’s Flight by K.J. Taylor

8 November 2011 Nikki R 0

I love mythology, I love history, but The Griffin’s Flight by K.J. Taylor kicked my butt and took me weeks to read.  It really was a love/hate situation.  I told Jackie, it’s like watching Dancing with Wolves, the movie was good but good gravy it was long and all of […]

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The Third Section by Jasper Kent

6 October 2011 Trish 1

Sex, War, Intrigue & Vampires: A combination for a captivating story that spans generations and Jasper Kent’s Third Section has them all. The third novel in Jasper Kent’s enthralling, chilling and acclaimed historical vampire sequence — The Danilov Quintet. Russia 1855. After forty years of peace in Europe, war rages. […]

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Captured by Moonlight Nancy Gideon

26 September 2011 Nikki R 1

If I could, I’d shove Captured by Moonlight by Nancy Gideon (and the others in the Moonlight series) at you right now and stand by as you read them.  I’d be tapping my foot, telling you to hurry it up because we HAVE to talk about them right now.  Sadly […]

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Lover Avenged by J.R. Ward

18 August 2011 Nikki R 2

‘The king must die’ is the first sentence in Lover Avenged by J.R. Ward.  I have to say that when I read that sentence I said ‘oh hell no’ out loud to no one.  That sentence alone, told me this book was going to be major….and I wasn’t wrong. Caldwell, […]

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Mad Skills by W. Greatshell

26 July 2011 Nikki R 0

You ever read a book that leaves you speechless?  With loads much information, twists and turns that hits you so hard that you’re still trying to figure out what just happened after you’ve read the last page?  Well that’s what happened to me with Mad Skills by Walter Greatshell. Equal […]

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The Hypnotist by MJ Rose

30 September 2010 Jennifer 1

Reincarnation is something I’ve always been fascinated with. The idea that a person can come into this world having lived multiple lives before they can even form a coherent thought, is something that captures my imagination. This idea has provided endless speculation about what I could have been in another […]

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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 […]