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Book review: Silver Vixen – Between Her Pages

In Silver Vixen’s Between Her Pages, Allison thought she finally had everything figured out. She’d found her dream home, the perfect fortress of solitude in which to write her next book. Sure it needed some work, but she had some time before her deadline, and this place was hers, she just needed a little help… Continue reading Book review: Silver Vixen – Between Her Pages

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book review – Kaylin McFarren’s Annihilation (@4kaylin)

In Kaylin McFarren’s Annihilation, Hell is no place for mercy, nor to make trusted allies. Lucinda, having overthrown her father, Lucifer, seeks now to cement her leadership and become the most powerful ruler, obtaining the loyalties, or servitude of all. But what are loyalties in a realm where treachery is a virtue and betrayal a… Continue reading book review – Kaylin McFarren’s Annihilation (@4kaylin)

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Book review: Not Right Now – K Thomas (@SenlisHasWings)

In K Thomas', Not Right Now, Senlis was a Nephilim, it was normal for her to be beyond empathic, she absorbed emotions and energy from people, but she couldn't control it, nor could she remember the past that should have come to her so easily. In her dreams, or sometimes even when awake, visions of… Continue reading Book review: Not Right Now – K Thomas (@SenlisHasWings)

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Book review: S.S. Segran’s Aegis Desolation

In S.S. Segran's Aegis Desolation, Hell was what they were living through, a hellish nightmare that had only one end in sight, the prophecy. The problem was, to stop Reyor, it was known that Tegan, Kody, Aari and Maria alone would not be enough, all five of The Chosen had to be together, and that… Continue reading Book review: S.S. Segran’s Aegis Desolation