Genre: Adult

Review: The Shifting Price of Prey (Spellcrackers.com #4) – Suzanne McLeod

Review: The Shifting Price of Prey (Spellcrackers.com #4) – Suzanne McLeod

*I received a free ARC from the author in exchange of an honest review of this book* The Shifting Price of Prey picked up a few months after the end of The Bitter Seed of Magic, and Genny is herself – business as usual. There is a lot of humor in this book, and I love the laugh-out-loud moments it helped me have 🙂 even if it’s sometimes a little weird trying to explain to people why I’m laughing when I’m sitting with my kindle… Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 5,014 other subscribers Email Address

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Review: Shadow Bound (Unbound #2) – Rachel Vincent

Review: Shadow Bound (Unbound #2) – Rachel Vincent

Shadow Bound really built on the Blood Bound’s story, and the character development Kori went through was quite amazing. Of course, she was only a side character in the first book, and here, she was the heroine, but it was still easy to see how she changed, and how she became completely willing to fight for what she thought was right.   Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 5,014 other subscribers Email Address

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Deep Autumn Heat (Star Harbor #1) – Elisabeth Barrett

Deep Autumn Heat (Star Harbor #1) – Elisabeth Barrett

*I got a free ARC of Deep Autumn Heat from  Loveswept via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.* I am amazed that Deep Autumn Heat is actually a debut book, it is extremely well written, it is packed with action, romance, a little sex, great food and a really great heroine. The hero isn’t so bad either 😉 Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 5,014 other subscribers Email Address

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Next Song I Sing (Next Time Around #1) – Donna McDonald

Next Song I Sing (Next Time Around #1) – Donna McDonald

Next Song I Sing is a hilarious, hot and real story about four friends who have been burned in love – but who are ready to try to find happiness once more anyway. This review was first posted at Risque Reviews Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 5,014 other subscribers Email Address

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The Time Weaver – Thomas A. Knight

The Time Weaver – Thomas A. Knight

*I received a free ARC of The Time Weaver from DragonWing Publishing via Manic Readers in exchange of an honest review* This review of The Time Weaver was originally posted at Risque Reviews on July 6th 2012. The Time Weaver grabbed me from the first line and hauled me inside a crazy world, on a wild ride! I have rarely felt so connected with the main character after just the first line, and I just had to turn the page, see what would happen next, and continue to be amazed. The words are wielded with the same sure elegance Seth learns his magic. Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of […]

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Fifty Shames of Earl Grey (Fifty Shames #1) – Fanny Merkin aka Andrew Shaffer

Fifty Shames of Earl Grey (Fifty Shames #1) – Fanny Merkin aka Andrew Shaffer

*I received a free ARC of Fifty Shames of Earl Grey from DaCapo Press  via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review* I read the first couple of chapters of Fifty Shames of Earl Grey when they were on Shaffer’s blog, and I found the writing to be hilarious! This whole book is fan-fricking-tastic. The snark goes from win to win, and I couldn’t read more than a few sentences at a time without laughing (sometimes, it was every single sentence). And the way it pokes fun at every thing in pop culture from literature to music to strange sexual fixations is way excellent. Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive […]

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Her Surprise Sister (Texas Twins #1) – Marta Perry

Her Surprise Sister (Texas Twins #1) – Marta Perry

*I got a free ARC of Her Surprise Sister from Love Inspired via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.*   Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 5,014 other subscribers Email Address

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Sterling (Mageri #1) – Dannika Dark

Sterling (Mageri #1) – Dannika Dark

Sterling was an amazing read! Extremely well written, a completely new world that made sense little by little, and intriguing and very likeable characters! Zoë was a normal 29-year-old until one night she decided to take a short-cut home, where she was attacked and thought she died. She woke up in a body bag – completely panicked, after getting out of the bag and the ambulance, she ran like the devil was after her, until Adam found her. Adam and Zoë formed a tentative friendship, although she woke up looking completely different from what she looked before. There was also a whole lot of great humour, I laughed so hard in many places, I need to go through my status […]

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Review: Forever and a Day (Lucky Harbor #6) – Jill Shalvis

Review: Forever and a Day (Lucky Harbor #6) – Jill Shalvis

*I got a free copy of Forever and a Day from the Grand Central via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.*  Forever and a Day is my favorite Lucky Harbor novel, I like it even more than I liked At last! Grace is a little clumsy, but such a cute heroine anyway, and Scott is the forbidding doctor who thinks he doesn’t have time for love. Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 5,014 other subscribers Email Address

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Chasing Magic (Downside Ghosts #5) – Stacia Kane

Chasing Magic (Downside Ghosts #5) – Stacia Kane

Chasing Magic had me going: Oh my goodness! Chessiebomb – you are so damaged, and I can’t help but loving you anyway. Chess is always fighting her demons, and most of the time, she truly does do the right thing. She tries so hard to be good, but underneath it all is that lack of self-worth that has been instilled in her since she was only a little girl. Even just the hinting of what she has been through is really heavy stuff, and I hope that one day, she will feel worthy of the love she and Terrible shares. Terrible is terribly wonderful (heh, see what I did there?) he is always on Chess’ side, and even comes to […]

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