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Book review: L.J. Shen – In the Unlikely Event (@lj_shen)

Rory had never intended to end up in his bed. She had gone to Ireland to mourn her father. She hadn't meant to fall in love, to leave a part of her there along with a contract, one that states she or Mal would not look for each other, but if their paths ever crossed… Continue reading Book review: L.J. Shen – In the Unlikely Event (@lj_shen)

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Book review: Julia Sutton’s The School of Dreams (@booksbyjulia72 )

Sophie, Evelyn, Juliette, Ann, and Will, five people from completely different walks of life, from rich spoilt housewife to struggling single mum, oppressed teenager to a woman jaded by the hand life dealt. They have nothing in common, except for the fact they all enrolled in the same English degree. Each is in pursuit of… Continue reading Book review: Julia Sutton’s The School of Dreams (@booksbyjulia72 )

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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: Jina S. Bazzar – Heir of Doom (@Jina_Bazzar)

Roxanne thought she was free. Yes, she was contracted to the Hunters but she could live her life without looking over her shoulder, without worrying she would be dragged back to the PSS to endure more of their brutal experiments.  Her so-called clan had left her in their clutches for 9-years, sacrificed her to keep… Continue reading Book review: Jina S. Bazzar – Heir of Doom (@Jina_Bazzar)

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Book review: Kenna McKinnon – Ascending (@KennaMcKinnon)

After suffering his abuse for years, never knowing which side of him she would face, Scarlett Kane receives the news that her husband, father of her child, was killed in a biking accident. After almost losing herself to the bottle she finds a way through, a reason to keep going and gets herself and her… Continue reading Book review: Kenna McKinnon – Ascending (@KennaMcKinnon)

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Book review: Ginger Ring – Playing Jasper (@gingerrings)

In Ginger Ring's Playing Jasper, Jackie had studied to be a reporter, she loved the thought of immersing herself in a good investigative piece. The problem was in her small town not much happened. With downsizing imminent she knew her job was on the line, so when a vacancy arose in the local winery she… Continue reading Book review: Ginger Ring – Playing Jasper (@gingerrings)

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Book review: Vicki Stewart – Saving Jia

In Vicki Stewart's Saving Jia, 'It's over for today. Tomorrow is a long time away,' was the mantra Jia repeated to herself every day once her terrible vision subsided. She knew it was coming, it started like clockwork at 5:55 pm, the time her father had been declared dead after taking a bullet to protect… Continue reading Book review: Vicki Stewart – Saving Jia

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Book review: Cynthia A Morgan – Misericorde (@MorganBC728)

Pestilence, War, and Famine have ridden, changing the world forever. Times of equal rights and respect had been long forgotten. Those of wealth rule, their servants little more than property, easily swapped when one becomes too damaged to perform their duties. Tzadkiel seeks to prove there is still hope, that one person in the godforsaken… Continue reading Book review: Cynthia A Morgan – Misericorde (@MorganBC728)

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Book review: Imania Margria – The Pacemaker (@ImaniaMargria)

In Imania Margria's, The Pacemaker, Minerva had fought tooth and nail through the five years of life she remembered. She had learnt she could not trust anyone. To survive was to be alone. But when she was accepted into Calendula University, a prestigious school thought to be the best in the country, her outlook had to change,… Continue reading Book review: Imania Margria – The Pacemaker (@ImaniaMargria)

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Book review: Lisa Lowell – Ley Lines (@LisaLowell15)

All Gailin wanted to do was help people. She had dedicated her life to learning healing, to treating the sick and injured. But when a patient dies she is convicted of witchcraft and sentenced to hang by the neck until dead. What looked to be the end of her life wound up to be a… Continue reading Book review: Lisa Lowell – Ley Lines (@LisaLowell15)