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Tour Stop and Review: How to Tame a Beast in Seven Days by Kerrelyn Sparks (@KerrelynSparks, @SMPRomance)

Tour Stop and Review: How to Tame a Beast in Seven Days by Kerrelyn Sparks (@KerrelynSparks, @SMPRomance)

Kerrelyn Spark’s previous series, Love at Stake, constantly hit the New York Times bestseller list and created a massive fan following for her witty vampires. With the end of her vampire series, comes the start of an extraordinary new fantasy romance series called The Embraced beginning with HOW TO TAME A BEAST IN SEVEN DAYS […]

— Posted March 9, 2017 by Carmel / 6 Comments
Review: Addicted by Elle Kennedy (@jessicadhaluska)

Review: Addicted by Elle Kennedy (@jessicadhaluska)

ADDICTED, the second installment of Elle Kennedy’s OUTLAWS series, picked up where the last book left off. The survivors of the Enforcer attack on Lennox’s den of iniquity have relocated to Conner’s compound, with Lennox and co. struggling to adapt to a more rigid lifestyle. Oh, they still have ALL the free and shared love, […]

— Posted August 31, 2016 by Jessica / 0 Comments
Review: A Shadow Bright and Burning by Jessica Cluess (@jessicadhaluska, @JessCluess, @randomhousekids)

Review: A Shadow Bright and Burning by Jessica Cluess (@jessicadhaluska, @JessCluess, @randomhousekids)

I began reading A SHADOW BRIGHT AND BURNING with trepidation. I’d read the preview months prior, and at the time, I’d been greatly impressed, but since then I’d suffered numerous disappointments of the finished-product-not-remotely-living-up-its-promise variety. And initially, my inner cynic taunted me, pointing out perceived flaws, whispering to get it over with and DNF already […]

— Posted August 17, 2016 by Jessica / 4 Comments
Review: The Transference Engine by Julia Verne St. John

Review: The Transference Engine by Julia Verne St. John

THE TRANSFERENCE ENGINE did a lot of things right with its Steampunk inspired machinery, and its eccentric heroine with a big heart. The necromancy aspect was a definite hook for me, and Julia Verne St. John’s writing style fit the alternate 1830s London time period. The area in which this book didn’t perform was unfortunately […]

— Posted July 7, 2016 by Carmel / 3 Comments
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