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Book review: S.I. Taylor – Guilty Photographs (@sitaylorwrites)

In S.I. Taylor's Guilty Photographs, Barbera knew she could only rely on herself. Her body was a cavass to the betrayals she had experienced. But this latest edition had her concerned. Unable to recall the events of the night before she awoke bleeding, sore, and alone. She knew better than to call the cops, no… Continue reading Book review: S.I. Taylor – Guilty Photographs (@sitaylorwrites)

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Book review: Vicki Stewart – Saving Jia

In Vicki Stewart's Saving Jia, 'It's over for today. Tomorrow is a long time away,' was the mantra Jia repeated to herself every day once her terrible vision subsided. She knew it was coming, it started like clockwork at 5:55 pm, the time her father had been declared dead after taking a bullet to protect… Continue reading Book review: Vicki Stewart – Saving Jia

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Book review: Cynthia A Morgan – Misericorde (@MorganBC728)

Pestilence, War, and Famine have ridden, changing the world forever. Times of equal rights and respect had been long forgotten. Those of wealth rule, their servants little more than property, easily swapped when one becomes too damaged to perform their duties. Tzadkiel seeks to prove there is still hope, that one person in the godforsaken… Continue reading Book review: Cynthia A Morgan – Misericorde (@MorganBC728)

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Book review: Eve Gaal – Penniless Souls (@EveGaal)

The recession had hit hard. Already Penny could see houses on her estate popping up for sale as desperate people tried to make a sale, and then there was the dreaded foreclosure sign opposite, almost mocking her as her husband broke the news he had lost his job. With their daughter, Lani, being almost 20… Continue reading Book review: Eve Gaal – Penniless Souls (@EveGaal)

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Book review: Imania Margria – The Pacemaker (@ImaniaMargria)

In Imania Margria's, The Pacemaker, Minerva had fought tooth and nail through the five years of life she remembered. She had learnt she could not trust anyone. To survive was to be alone. But when she was accepted into Calendula University, a prestigious school thought to be the best in the country, her outlook had to change,… Continue reading Book review: Imania Margria – The Pacemaker (@ImaniaMargria)

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Book review: Lisa Lowell – Ley Lines (@LisaLowell15)

All Gailin wanted to do was help people. She had dedicated her life to learning healing, to treating the sick and injured. But when a patient dies she is convicted of witchcraft and sentenced to hang by the neck until dead. What looked to be the end of her life wound up to be a… Continue reading Book review: Lisa Lowell – Ley Lines (@LisaLowell15)

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Book review: June V. Bourgo – Winter’s Captive (@junebourgo)

Georgia was a victim of circumstance. Her husband left her for another woman who was carrying his baby. He was unaware his wife was also pregnant. She was returning home when she found herself in the wrong place at the wrong time. Caught up in a desperate retreat by two bank robbers she is taken… Continue reading Book review: June V. Bourgo – Winter’s Captive (@junebourgo)

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Book review: Erik Henry Vick’s -Arms Dealers (@BerserkErik)

In Erik Henry Vick's Arms Dealers, werewolf and coffee-addict Leery Oriscoe had his work cut out for him when an unlikely pair of supernaturals team up to dismember a couple of mundanes. Hot on their trail he and his partner, Dru, have no idea what they are being dragged into. Beyond these seemingly innocent attacks… Continue reading Book review: Erik Henry Vick’s -Arms Dealers (@BerserkErik)

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Book review: Christy English – The Slow Rise of Clara Daniels (@ChristyEnglish)

Clara had savoured the attention of her distant mother, but her affection became even more scarce when she started seeing Darren. Her family's ability to be able to read people's thoughts had warned what kind of man he was. She wondered why her mother hadn't seen it too. After all, the gift ran in the… Continue reading Book review: Christy English – The Slow Rise of Clara Daniels (@ChristyEnglish)

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Book review: B. Roman’s Before the Boy (@BMoonSinger1)

Billie Nickerson hadn't been ready to die, but what parent is? This was different though, it hadn't been her time, she hadn't yet fulfilled the duty to her son and passed on all he would need to know, all that would make him the hero the future yearned for. A simple mistake ensured the karmic… Continue reading Book review: B. Roman’s Before the Boy (@BMoonSinger1)