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Book review: M.J. Sewall – Seven Ways to Jane (@MJSewall)

Jane had wanted to be a writer but with a quick last-minute panic, she changed her specialty and took job she didn't really want, a safe job or so she thought. Jobless and forced to return home it seems her life is falling apart, no job, no boyfriend, no future, that is until Christian pitches… Continue reading Book review: M.J. Sewall – Seven Ways to Jane (@MJSewall)

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Book review: Julia Sutton’s The School of Dreams (@booksbyjulia72 )

Sophie, Evelyn, Juliette, Ann, and Will, five people from completely different walks of life, from rich spoilt housewife to struggling single mum, oppressed teenager to a woman jaded by the hand life dealt. They have nothing in common, except for the fact they all enrolled in the same English degree. Each is in pursuit of… Continue reading Book review: Julia Sutton’s The School of Dreams (@booksbyjulia72 )

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Book review: Jina S. Bazzar – Heir of Fury (@Jina_Bazzar )

It has been over three years since Roxanne donned the mantle of Remo's familiar. Over three years in a stark, cold world obeying his every whim, following his every command, suffering and becoming the monster she always feared she would. She hunts for him, kills, and brings things through the portals that have no place… Continue reading Book review: Jina S. Bazzar – Heir of Fury (@Jina_Bazzar )

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Book review: Jina S. Bazzar – Heir of Doom (@Jina_Bazzar)

Roxanne thought she was free. Yes, she was contracted to the Hunters but she could live her life without looking over her shoulder, without worrying she would be dragged back to the PSS to endure more of their brutal experiments.  Her so-called clan had left her in their clutches for 9-years, sacrificed her to keep… Continue reading Book review: Jina S. Bazzar – Heir of Doom (@Jina_Bazzar)

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Book review: Joy Johnson – The Death Dealer Diaries

Mal knew what it was like to lose people. Her father vanished when she was young, and her mother disappeared during her tenth winter.  But that was the way of the world. People vanished, hunted by Reapers who descend where humans gather. Survival was a daily struggle, thankfully it was one she did not have… Continue reading Book review: Joy Johnson – The Death Dealer Diaries

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Book review: Jina S. Bazzar – Heir of Ashes (@Jina_Bazzar)

At the age of twelve Roxanne Fosch was dragged away from the life she knew kicking and screaming. And for nine years the screaming never stopped as she was poked, prodded, tortured, and abused to the point of death. She was something unique, something the Paranormal Scientists Society (PSS) had never before got their hands… Continue reading Book review: Jina S. Bazzar – Heir of Ashes (@Jina_Bazzar)

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Book review: Whitney Dineen – The Dream (@WhitneyDineen)

In Whitney Dineen's, The Dream, moving to Creek Water was meant to be a new start, a new beginning for her and her mum. But on the first day of school Chad ensured she will never fit in, never belong. No one gave her the time of day unless it was to ridicule her. Seeing… Continue reading Book review: Whitney Dineen – The Dream (@WhitneyDineen)

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Book review: Jo Wilde – The Crossing

Micki O'Sullivan had messed up, and with a step-father who can't stand children, let alone teenagers, it was just the excuse he needed to have her shipped off to her father in Eastwick. It would be a new beginning for her, but little did she know this little Louisiana town harbors a dark secret, and… Continue reading Book review: Jo Wilde – The Crossing

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Book review: Geri Dreiling – Crime Beat Girl

In Geri L. Dreiling's Crime Beat Girl, moving back to Saint Louis hadn't been part of Debbie's plan, but when her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer it seemed a good opportunity for a fresh start. She left behind a promising career for a small local press, and a fiancé who loved his job more… Continue reading Book review: Geri Dreiling – Crime Beat Girl

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Book review: Adrea L Peters – Becoming Truitt Skye

In Adrea L Peters's Becoming Truitt Skye, Truitt was responsible for the world of humanity and must protect it, regardless of the cost, and the sacrifice she made was great. Casting herself into the silver pool she lost everything she was and would never be the same again. Truvie is a 17-year-old genius, with a… Continue reading Book review: Adrea L Peters – Becoming Truitt Skye