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Book review: T.L. Callahan – Rising Chaos

In T.L Callahan's Rising Chaos, Lia Davis had known there would be things expected of her as Bennett's bond-mate, but when he whisked her away to his home she realised just how much was expected from her. Raised with no knowledge of their people, Lia finds herself under the merciless regime of Bennett's Arxhai, Selene,… Continue reading Book review: T.L. Callahan – Rising Chaos

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Book review@ Alane Adams – The Eye of Zeus (@AlaneAdamsBooks)

In Alane Adams' The Eye of Zeus, Phoebe had been passed from pillar to post through the foster system, but no matter where she went, or how determined she was to have a fresh start trouble always found her. Strange things seemed to happen around her, fires, freak hail storms, it wasn't exactly conducive to… Continue reading Book review@ Alane Adams – The Eye of Zeus (@AlaneAdamsBooks)

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Book review: Joan Tenner – Grandma’s Halloween Stories

Grandma's Halloween Stories written by Joan Tenner, and illustrated by Jesus Lopez, is an amazing and delightful composition of spooky tales involving witchcraft, potions, and magic. It was written over the years for her own grandchildren between 1989 to 1996 and is comprised of 8 short and lovable stories, each with a different Halloween theme,… Continue reading Book review: Joan Tenner – Grandma’s Halloween Stories

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Book review: Charley Blackwolf – Magdalene – Skjaldmaer

Magdalene - Skjaldmaer by Charley Blackwolf is a romantic fiction set in the modern day. During the time of the Vikings, a special name was given to powerful female warriors, Skjaldmaer, meaning shieldmaiden. Now in 2019 the era of the Vikings is now in the past, yet there are still those who could, perhaps, do… Continue reading Book review: Charley Blackwolf – Magdalene – Skjaldmaer

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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: Michele E. Gwynn – Exposed: The Education of Sarah Brown (@MicheleEGwynn)

Michele E. Gwynn's, Exposed: The Education of Sarah Brown is an erotic romance following Sarah Brown. Sarah was a virgin in every sense of the word, not only had she never known the touch of a man, but she had never even left her home town. When her friends left for college she stayed, taking a… Continue reading Book review: Michele E. Gwynn – Exposed: The Education of Sarah Brown (@MicheleEGwynn)

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Book review: Jared A. Zakarian – The Ikalreev Prophecies

 Jared A. Zakarian's The Ikalreev Prophecies is the first book in the Verdunmull series. Faolan's first memory was of the faces of his parents. Not his real parents, they, like his past had been long forgotten. His new parents were eves, and he had been trained to be a scout, but the events he beheld placed him in… Continue reading Book review: Jared A. Zakarian – The Ikalreev Prophecies

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Book review: Dewey B Reynold – Stuart Duffelmeyer and the Masters of Plagues

Stuart Duffelmeyer wasn't dissatisfied with his life. He had found his calling and was about to graduate NYU with his veterinary medicine diploma. It was an event he had eagerly awaited, until a cruel and hurtful prank ensure he wouldn't be able to show his face at his own graduation. He swore vengeance, and his… Continue reading Book review: Dewey B Reynold – Stuart Duffelmeyer and the Masters of Plagues

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Miami, final day, part two, award ceremony #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019

So here it is, the moment you've all been waiting for, or at least the one I'd been waiting for since first discovering I had won such a respected award. Saturday evening marked the close of my time in Miami, and what better way to finish the holiday than with an epic award ceremony? I… Continue reading Miami, final day, part two, award ceremony #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019

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Lots of reviews and #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019

I am aware I have just unloaded a huge quantity of reviews on you. Having been in Miami I have been unable to post them for the books I have read, and two long haul flights, not to mention some quiet evenings gave me plenty of time for reading. I have one more review to… Continue reading Lots of reviews and #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019