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Book review: Camille Faye – Emergence (@camillefaye)

Things had finally started to fall into place for Sophie. She truly thought she had found her calling. Having completed several successful mind changes, adapted to life in the voodoo shop, and accepted the love and friendship of those around her, she had never found herself more at home. But as quickly as this contentment came… Continue reading Book review: Camille Faye – Emergence (@camillefaye)

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Book review: Camille Faye – Voodoo Butterfly (@camillefaye)

When Sophie received a letter addressed to her late mother it changed her life. But she had no idea of the extent of this change. She had often thought of owning her own business, although a house of voodoo hadn't exactly been what she had in mind. Her grandmother, Seraphina, had been a Mind Changer,… Continue reading Book review: Camille Faye – Voodoo Butterfly (@camillefaye)

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Book review: C.A. King – Red Dot Capers

Jack Russell had protected his secret desperately for ten years. If he wanted to have rights, to work as a lawyer, to live in a nice property, it was a necessity. For ten years he had cut ties with his beast and separated himself from others of his kind, but a single incident in the… Continue reading Book review: C.A. King – Red Dot Capers

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Book review: Christopher Coates – The Ark (@ccoatesbook)

When a threat with extinction-level potential was accidentally discovered it took a few weeks to confirm the findings, but soon the government was on high alert, pumping resources into excelling the most promising projects, those which could keep people safe until the danger had passed. One such undertaking was a sleeper project, designed to put… Continue reading Book review: Christopher Coates – The Ark (@ccoatesbook)

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Book review: David Litwack – The Time That’s Given (@DavidLitwack)

Albert was lonely. His son had grown and moved away, his daughter was busy with her first child on the way, and the love of his life had travelled abroad to complete her dream of obtaining a degree. Alone in his home he retreats to his imaginings fuelled by the many fantasy novels he had… Continue reading Book review: David Litwack – The Time That’s Given (@DavidLitwack)

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Book review: Phil Price – Unknown (@PhilPrice19)

Jake had lost everything the day his wife and child were taken from him. He fought his grief, surrendering his badge for a private license. As a police officer he felt powerless, he apprehended villains only for them to be turned loose and commit another crime. At least as a PI he could choose his work. Or… Continue reading Book review: Phil Price – Unknown (@PhilPrice19)

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Book Review: Kim Alexander – The Sand Prince (@KimAlexander80)

Princess Hellene had loved Malloy. It didn't matter he was human, that he came from beyond the door. And he had loved her too. Right until the weapon had sealed the door between the two worlds forever. But her young lover had left her something, not only a book written by his own hand, but… Continue reading Book Review: Kim Alexander – The Sand Prince (@KimAlexander80)

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Book review: Alison Morton – Aurelia (@alison_morton)

Ex-Praetorian officer Aurelia Mitela regretted ever thinking she was bored. Following her mother's death, she is forced to take care of matters. But such a life was not becoming of her. When the opportunity to be retrained as an undercover operative is placed before her it is a chance she could not resist. her familial… Continue reading Book review: Alison Morton – Aurelia (@alison_morton)

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I am going to Miami! #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019

Hi everyone. Those of you who follow me closely on social media will already have seen that on September 1st Darrienia won a silver medal in the Readers' Favorite awards. I am truly grateful and honoured for my writing to be recognised in this way. As part of the award, in November, I am on my… Continue reading I am going to Miami! #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019

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Book review: Isobel Blackthorn – Twerk (@IBlackthorn)

When a regular customer dies in the middle of a VIP dance all hell breaks loose, starting a chain of events of the likes never experienced in the Vegas strip club, Hot Foxies. Lana, part-time law student, part-time stripper, was not working in the night in question, but the sudden disappearance of her mentor and… Continue reading Book review: Isobel Blackthorn – Twerk (@IBlackthorn)