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book review: A.R.S.E by Nolan Locke and Damien Hanson

Meredith's plan had been simple. Fulfil Derek's wildest fantasy and make him hers. She was one of the best in Prestige gaming, a company who revolutionised AR, her work was phenomenal, and it was exactly the tool of seduction she needed. What she hadn't counted on was things spiralling out of control, glitches are appearing… Continue reading book review: A.R.S.E by Nolan Locke and Damien Hanson

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Book review: Familiar Ties – Kathryn Jayne

Jesse had been born different. Unlike most born of the shifter line she had no animal to call her own, just like her mother she couldn't shift and just like her mother she saw things no one else did. Her mother's madness had resulted in her murder, and Jesse feared her father would turn the… Continue reading Book review: Familiar Ties – Kathryn Jayne

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Book review: Candlewicke 13 Curse of the McRavens – Milan Sergent (@MilanSergent)

Valor McRaven had a destiny. He had heard whispers of great deeds, being the Knight of Night, during his latest poison recovery. But no one said anything to him, not that they were given the chance. His parent tried their best to keep him separate, and distant from other children by hiding in the shadows.… Continue reading Book review: Candlewicke 13 Curse of the McRavens – Milan Sergent (@MilanSergent)