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Book review: Whitney Dineen – The Dream (@WhitneyDineen)

In Whitney Dineen's, The Dream, moving to Creek Water was meant to be a new start, a new beginning for her and her mum. But on the first day of school Chad ensured she will never fit in, never belong. No one gave her the time of day unless it was to ridicule her. Seeing… Continue reading Book review: Whitney Dineen – The Dream (@WhitneyDineen)

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Book review: Geri Dreiling – Crime Beat Girl

In Geri L. Dreiling's Crime Beat Girl, moving back to Saint Louis hadn't been part of Debbie's plan, but when her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer it seemed a good opportunity for a fresh start. She left behind a promising career for a small local press, and a fiancé who loved his job more… Continue reading Book review: Geri Dreiling – Crime Beat Girl

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Book review: Adrea L Peters – Becoming Truitt Skye

In Adrea L Peters's Becoming Truitt Skye, Truitt was responsible for the world of humanity and must protect it, regardless of the cost, and the sacrifice she made was great. Casting herself into the silver pool she lost everything she was and would never be the same again. Truvie is a 17-year-old genius, with a… Continue reading Book review: Adrea L Peters – Becoming Truitt Skye

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Book review: Emil Jersey – Blood, Sex and Violence

In Emil Jersey's Blood, Sex and Violence, A Vampire's Rebuttal, Jersey was recognised as ish-mikhan, a fix-it man, when he was but a boy. Cut and trained, his role is to bring pleasure to any he meets. Passed between elders he learns and hones his skill, rising to favoured and becoming the glorious being he… Continue reading Book review: Emil Jersey – Blood, Sex and Violence

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Book review: C.S. Kendall – Jessie’s Awakening

In C.S. Kendall's Descendants of the curse: Jessie's awakening, as far as Jessie was concerned the sins of the parent should remain with them,  it shouldn't be passed to the child. But that wasn't how things worked with the water. Turning seventeen had enough pressure, maintaining her straight As, a lead part in the musical,… Continue reading Book review: C.S. Kendall – Jessie’s Awakening

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Book review: L.B. Gilbert – Earth (@elementalauthor)

In L.B. Gilbert's Earth, Gia, the Earth Elemental, has been poisoned but after being infiltrated by the alchemist, John, and betrayed, the Elementals found it very hard to trust anyone, but they needed help. The only person who can possibly be of aid is Salvador, a witch with a family history of darkness and evil.… Continue reading Book review: L.B. Gilbert – Earth (@elementalauthor)

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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: Andrew Smith – Jon Ridley The Beginning

In Andrew Smith's Jon Ridley The Beginning, seventeen years old, Jon Ridley, was always amazed when it seemed people knew his name. He wanted nothing more than to get home, but the longer he travelled the hazier his memories became. He had hoped to vanquish the great demon Gargoran but had barely escaped with his… Continue reading Book review: Andrew Smith – Jon Ridley The Beginning

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Book review: Kathrine Leannan – Redemption (@KathrineLeannan)

In Kathrine Leannan's Redemption, after losing her husband and unborn child Conner needed time away. Away from home, away from destiny, prophesies, and gods. Luckily she had a contract for a dressage school. Little does she know she is once again about to be centre in a struggle for power. Her swords scream warnings of… Continue reading Book review: Kathrine Leannan – Redemption (@KathrineLeannan)

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Book review: Tricia Copeland – Kingdom of Embers (@tcbrzostowicz)

In Tricia Copeland's Kingdom of Embers, Alana Scott moved a lot. Her mother was looking for something but refused to reveal what. It was her final year of school, but at least she had moved just in time to complete cheerleader tryouts, earning the scorn of the current team captain, but bullies were the least… Continue reading Book review: Tricia Copeland – Kingdom of Embers (@tcbrzostowicz)