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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: Patricia C. Jackson – Mask Weavers for Hire (@PatriciaCJacks2)

Some may call it fate, others would call it a perfectly executed plan. When Daniel Walters walked into Carla's life she had no idea he already knew her. He had been watching her closely, but he had never expected to feel this way about her. He knew more about her life than she did, like… Continue reading Book review: Patricia C. Jackson – Mask Weavers for Hire (@PatriciaCJacks2)

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Book review: Ed Ryder – Jack Gilmour: Wish Lawyer (@Ed_Ryder7)

In Ed Ryder's Jack Gilmour: Wish Lawyer Jack's future was determined by a rather unique case, forever changing his life, and that of his future clients. He knows more about demon contract law than any other, especially since most lawyers wouldn't take such a contract seriously. This time, however, he has bitten off more than… Continue reading Book review: Ed Ryder – Jack Gilmour: Wish Lawyer (@Ed_Ryder7)

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Book review: S. Lynn Helton – Power Awry

In S. Lynn Helton's Power Awry Namid is busying herself helping to rebuild her former home, Rhadanthus, which was turned to all most ruin following the wake of her former adventure. With winter drawing in, time to create a safe shelter was running out, but little did she know the coming of Spring would bring more… Continue reading Book review: S. Lynn Helton – Power Awry

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Book review: Jennifer Chase – Her Last Whisper (@JChaseNovelist)

In Jennifer Chase's, Her Last Whisper, Katie has just started her role as a cold-case detective. After two deployments in Afghanistan, she was ready for something else, even if her undiagnosed PTSD was unwilling the release its grasp on her. Her first case was only six months old, a kidnapping. Throwing herself into the investigation… Continue reading Book review: Jennifer Chase – Her Last Whisper (@JChaseNovelist)

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Book review: Sarah Ashwood – Knight’s Rebirth (@1sarahashwood)

In Sarah Ashwood's Knight's Rebirth, Sir Buckhunter Dornley was renowned. He travelled, attend tournaments and came away victorious. Women fawned over the knight, men spoke of his great deeds, and yet no one was ever able to catch his eye. There was a reason for this, of course, he loved his life of hunting dragons,… Continue reading Book review: Sarah Ashwood – Knight’s Rebirth (@1sarahashwood)

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Hi everyone. I hope you are all well. I don't normally use my blog as a means for begging, often it is centred around book reviews to help raise awareness of other authors' work, today, however, I have a favour to ask of you.   I have a chance to get my book, Darrienia, made… Continue reading Help needed

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Book review: Ellen C. maze – The Judging (@authorellenmaze )

In Ellen C. Maze's, The Judging, Mark was doing the work of God. Those who committed atrocities were brought to his attention and judged, and given a chance of redemption before he sent them to the afterlife. This was what he had told himself for centuries, he was not a vampire, despite some similarities to… Continue reading Book review: Ellen C. maze – The Judging (@authorellenmaze )

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Book review: Ruth Mitchell – Deleted (@literallyruth)

Spex were not just a trend, they were a way of life. The world was yours and with a thought, knowledge was at your fingertips. Thanks to Marco's app, never did you have to worry about forgetting a name again. Of course, there are some people who relish obscurity, who have found a hack not… Continue reading Book review: Ruth Mitchell – Deleted (@literallyruth)

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Book review: Shakeil Kanish & Larissa Mandeville – The Sigil

In Shakeil Kanish and Larissa Mandeville's, The Sigil, we meet Lake, who idolised his brother, he was everything he aspired to be. Brilliant, clever, successful. So when tragedy strikes, Lake's world is torn apart in more ways than he can imagine. Through his grief he encounters a secret his brother had been harbouring, another world,… Continue reading Book review: Shakeil Kanish & Larissa Mandeville – The Sigil