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Book review: A Price to Pay – Jason Hubbard

In Jason Hubbard's A Price to Pay, Melindra awoke with no idea who she was. The face in the mirror was unfamiliar, the people she should know, strangers. But her instincts told her not to let on, that not everyone near her could be trusted if they saw her weakness. It's hard to play along… Continue reading Book review: A Price to Pay – Jason Hubbard

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Book review: The Frozen Flame – Sionna Trenz

Celia, aka CC, has spent years protecting her heart, throwing up mental roadblocks, looking for a reason why a good thing won't last, why the person she is with will let her down. She can't help it, her past ensured she'd be wary when it came to loving and trusting a man. The problem is,… Continue reading Book review: The Frozen Flame – Sionna Trenz

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Book review: Andrei Saygo – Oath Breakers (@AndreiSaygo)

Robert thought he had his life on track. He was part of a successful upstart, he trained diligently, oh and he saved unsuspecting people from invisible assassins only he could see. This was the hand he'd been dealt since his parents were murdered, but never did he expect something magnificent to rise from it, and… Continue reading Book review: Andrei Saygo – Oath Breakers (@AndreiSaygo)

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Book review: Andrew McDowell – Mystical Greenwood (@ammcdow)

Dermot has felt called to the land for as long as he could remember. As a youth his wanderlust caused him all manner of trouble, but now it could be the very thing that saves him. When a griffon appears it puts into motion an ancient promise, a vow made by The Dark Prince to… Continue reading Book review: Andrew McDowell – Mystical Greenwood (@ammcdow)

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Book review: The Ruin of House Hornbolt by Ivy Smoak and Ryan Hauge (@IvySmoakAuthor) (@RyanHaugeAuthor)

Terric had grown up hearing tales of brave knights and great warriors. He wanted nothing more than to follow suit, to begin his own epic journey, and yet fate was against him. Born as the second son of the House of Hornbolt he is destined to swear his oaths and become a priest. Nothing could… Continue reading Book review: The Ruin of House Hornbolt by Ivy Smoak and Ryan Hauge (@IvySmoakAuthor) (@RyanHaugeAuthor)

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Book review: The Sensorians: Awakening – Brigitte Morse-Starkenburg (@BrigitteMorseS1)

For most her life Eli had been told she suffered from mental illness, paranoia, schizophrenia, and sensory overload. For years she thought her behaviour was what drove her father to leave. She had everything under control thanks to the prescriptions, that was until the day Zack turned up and sent her world tumbling down around… Continue reading Book review: The Sensorians: Awakening – Brigitte Morse-Starkenburg (@BrigitteMorseS1)

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Book review: Witch’s Return – Sionna Trenz

Sonya had been torn from her home at the height of tragedy. Ripped from the place and people she loved and every time she tried to make her way back her path was blocked. But finally she made it. But Sonya finds more than just her childhood home waiting for her. Friends of old and… Continue reading Book review: Witch’s Return – Sionna Trenz

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Book review: Danny Bell – Empty Threat (@ElanaRuthBlack )

Elena Black has always escaped into a good book. Only her escape isn't like yours and mine. No, she takes the meaning to a whole new level, delving into the very world the creations are born from. But when she decides that things within those worlds need to change, that the stories she enters and… Continue reading Book review: Danny Bell – Empty Threat (@ElanaRuthBlack )

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Book review: Danny Bell – Playing Dead (@ElanaRuthBlack)

Chalsarda has a past darker and more haunted than most, but the past was behind her. Now she could look to the future, or she could, until history came knocking. The very person who betrayed her strikes at her weakness again, this time threatening the life of her apprentice unless she does something for him.… Continue reading Book review: Danny Bell – Playing Dead (@ElanaRuthBlack)

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Book review: Jay Veloso Batista – Thorfinn and the Witches Curse (@JayVBatista)

In Jay Veloso Batista's, Thorfinn and the Witches Curse, it started long ago when a witch was slain, but for Finn, his troubles began when he visited the tower where she met her demise. He hadn't even wanted to go if only he'd listened to his instincts and stayed away. He knew of the witch's… Continue reading Book review: Jay Veloso Batista – Thorfinn and the Witches Curse (@JayVBatista)