Publisher: Selfpublished

Let it Bleed (WVMP Radio #3.5) – Jeri Smith-Ready

Let it Bleed (WVMP Radio #3.5) – Jeri Smith-Ready

Let it Bleed is a novella in the WVMP Radio series. And, Yes! I totally loved this little installment of the WVMP radio crowd! I feel like fangirl-squeeing, but I’ll try to keep it to a minimum 😀 We learnt a lot about Ciara’s actual blood family in this story, and all the things she missed out on because her dad took her away from them, and never told her about them.We also learn quite a few new thing about Ciara’s new family, and how awful at least one of them are! Ciara had to go through a lot of pain in her first few weeks as a vampire, though, and it’s amazing that she uhm un-survived? survived? stayed un-dead […]

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Pure Healing – Aja James

Pure Healing – Aja James

*I received a free copy from the author in exchange of an honest review* Pure Healing started out really well, there are vampires, pure ones, humans, a very young pure Queen, a protector and a healer who uses some kind of magic, and has a very special way of sustaining herself.  The premise is very interesting as it gives a new take on vampires and other mythical creatures we may or may not have heard about before. Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Email Address Subscribe Join 6,927 other subscribers

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The Frog Prince – Elle Lothlorien

The Frog Prince – Elle Lothlorien

Luckily our server appears, so I am spared from telling him that the research we do is all related to human sexuality, and that our latest study found that women with clitorises and inch or more away from their vaginal openings did not desire or enjoy sex like their close-proximity peers. Uhm… OK… I guess?  I am really wondering if this will be in any way relevant for the story. All of these quotes above are from the first 8% of the book, and I wonder if I will be able to actually feel the story at all!  I get so distracted from the weird descriptions, the randomness of Leigh’s thoughts and by the prose as well.  It all becomes […]

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