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Book review: The Persistence of Memory – Karen Janowsky (@Karen_Janowsky )

Daniel never normally connected with people, and those who pursue him usually were just in love with his history. He was Lionheart, a super-soldier who survived the Nazis, experiments, manipulations, and somehow found himself propelled through time. When he met Nina, however, he couldn't explain the attraction. It was as if he'd known her forever,… Continue reading Book review: The Persistence of Memory – Karen Janowsky (@Karen_Janowsky )

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Book review: Crown of the Realm – D. Dalton

Derora Saxen knew there was more to life than the quiet town she called home. But when the cultists turned up, looking for an outlaw, destiny came calling. When her father sent her on a quest to petition assistance she had no idea of the danger. No idea that a plea for aid would result… Continue reading Book review: Crown of the Realm – D. Dalton

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Book review: Encounters with Demons – P.A. Minyard

Gabriel had everything to live for, a job he enjoyed, a woman he loved, and the most recent news had him over the moon. He had never expected his life to end so suddenly, or to be asked to make another sacrifice in death. He had been chosen to be Beloved. A being who could… Continue reading Book review: Encounters with Demons – P.A. Minyard

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Book review: War – A.G. Kirkham

Maddie had always loved music, she put part of herself into every concert, every song, every note. It was a part of her, right up until the day someone ripped it from her. Her abduction had been the most terrifying moments of her life, and whilst she had been rescued a part of her, the… Continue reading Book review: War – A.G. Kirkham

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Book review: Obehi Dibua – Crimson Night

When Nosu called her princess everything changed for Osezele. She had only admired him from afar, but it wasn't just their relationship that changed, everything did. She had lived a sheltered life, her knowledge of the marked was limited to the small snippets her mother had allowed her to know which, considering the lengths she… Continue reading Book review: Obehi Dibua – Crimson Night

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Book review: Joel Borelli – The Dragon’s Eye

Varek Hai was a Defender, perhaps the only one to now wear the ring. With no wizard partner, it calls him to where the Mother wishes. When his path leads him to the second prince of Ishalem he could not begin to fathom the adventure that awaits. Summer solstice brings with it the beginning of… Continue reading Book review: Joel Borelli – The Dragon’s Eye

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Book review: C.A. King – Tales Always Wins (@PortalProphecy )

Brodie had fought his nature. He had repressed and denied his shifter half since the night his first shift had taken those he loved most away from him. He kept his head down and embraced a pacifist lifestyle. So the forced invitation to anger management came as a surprise, as did the sudden assault charge… Continue reading Book review: C.A. King – Tales Always Wins (@PortalProphecy )

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Book review: Rod C. Spence – Jeremy Austin and the Paladin (@RodCSpence)

When six teenagers are escorted at weapon point through a portal to the planet Genesis, 2.4 million light years from Earth, it was always going to spell trouble. It was the type of trouble that hadn't been bargained on. A prophecy had told of a beacon and the coming of a paladin to protect Genesis… Continue reading Book review: Rod C. Spence – Jeremy Austin and the Paladin (@RodCSpence)

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Book review: C.A. King – Serendipity’s Debt (@PortalProphecy)

Seren was having, without a doubt, the worst day of her life. It was meant to be something special, chance to prove she was right for the job she knew was meant to her. But even before she opened her eyes fate was against her. There are bad days, and then there are BAD days.… Continue reading Book review: C.A. King – Serendipity’s Debt (@PortalProphecy)

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Book review: Estela Vazquez Perez -Dark Serenade (@EVazquezPerez)

It was an impossible choice. After having his soul condemned to hell by Goldendeath, Victor's friends are left with a difficult decision. To allow him to suffer eternally in the depths of hell, or condemn him to immortality and reveal to him a world of darkness that would not only taint his soul, but they… Continue reading Book review: Estela Vazquez Perez -Dark Serenade (@EVazquezPerez)