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Book review: Sara J. Bernhardt – In Gray (@SaraJBernhardt1)

When Daisy was in an accident the colour drained from her life, but in its place, she had something else, prophetic dreams. It was the only time she saw colour, the problem was, these dreams are about people about to die, people she has to save. Just like someone had saved her from the accident.… Continue reading Book review: Sara J. Bernhardt – In Gray (@SaraJBernhardt1)

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Book review: Eva Alton – Stray Witch (@EvaAlton)

Stray Witch is book one in Eva Alton's The Vampires of Emberbury series. Alba had suffered her husband's abuse for years. He was a hotshot lawyer with a mean temper who threw the threat of divorce as easily as he threw his verbal insults and the occasional strike. But this time he was serious, he… Continue reading Book review: Eva Alton – Stray Witch (@EvaAlton)

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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: Lara Ann Dominick – Oil and Water (@LaraAnnDominick)

In Lara Ann Dominick's Oil and Water, Elsie wanted everything to be a little more. More exciting, more dangerous, more passionate. She wanted a life straight out of those paranormal romance novels she loved to read. But Sam, her on-again-off-again boyfriend was a long shot from the excitement she craved. When her path crossed with… Continue reading Book review: Lara Ann Dominick – Oil and Water (@LaraAnnDominick)

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Book review: Lilli Carlisle – Omega’s Choice (@LilliCarlisle)

Omega's Choice is the first book in Lilli Carlisle's Black Ridge Wolf Pack series. Aldric was too old for this. As an alpha, he had attended the omegas' selection ceremony more times than he could count, but he was never chosen. He thought no woman in the right mind would choose his hulking and scarred… Continue reading Book review: Lilli Carlisle – Omega’s Choice (@LilliCarlisle)

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Book review: Jennifer Laslie – How to Spell Disaster (@AuthorJLaslie)

How to Spell Disaster is a paranormal romance by Jennifer Laslie. Tucker was having a run of bad luck. Not only had his dream job, the promotion he had been grooming himself for, been given to someone else, but his luck with the ladies was none existent. When an antique book came into his possession… Continue reading Book review: Jennifer Laslie – How to Spell Disaster (@AuthorJLaslie)

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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: Christine Church – Beyond a Veiled Reflection (@christinechurch )

Meirah was trying, she had studied Scottish culture, those who spoke with accents closest to her own alternative dimension dialect. She had adapted, evolved, all in the name of her love for Dane. But he was conflicted, he loved her, but he loved the new peace he was being granted when intoxicated, the closest to… Continue reading Book review: Christine Church – Beyond a Veiled Reflection (@christinechurch )

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Book review: D.L. Finn – The Button (@dlfinnauthor )

Lynn hadn't had an easy life, but a failed suicide attempt left her able to hear the voices of angels, or more specifically the voices of those who watched over her, Thomas and Zelina. Long ago Thomas had made a mistake, one that had consequences on Lynn's life, and he was determined to set things… Continue reading Book review: D.L. Finn – The Button (@dlfinnauthor )