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Book review: D.W. Saur – The Last Christmas (@DW_Saur)

In D.W. Saur's, The Last Christmas, three suitcases were all Sara's life had amounted to, and these had been waiting for her on the porch when she got home, along with a note from her husband terminating their marriage. Without a plan, she got in her car and drove. She had no idea where she… Continue reading Book review: D.W. Saur – The Last Christmas (@DW_Saur)

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Book review: Odd Voices – @oddvoiceout

Odd Voices is a collection of short stories like no other. For too long protagonists have been cut from the same cloth, but not here, gone are the cookie-cutter leads, replaced with beautifully diverse characters and they take you through their own tales, from poverty and love, to survival and magic. You will be whisked… Continue reading Book review: Odd Voices – @oddvoiceout

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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: 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: Ronnda Eileen Henry – Love, Royal and True (@kbenart1)

Love is never easy. It comes with its ups and downs, challenges and hardships. But when said love stems from a royal romance the challenges seem overpowering. Adelard should never have been king. There were countless lines in place, all of whom would rule before him, so no one batted an eye when he was… Continue reading Book review: Ronnda Eileen Henry – Love, Royal and True (@kbenart1)

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Book review: Keri Kruspe – An Alien Exchange (@keri_kruspe)

Aimee was alone. Bored of her life, and with co-workers she had no incentive to befriend, her only real joy came from snuggling down at the end of the night with a good alien romance. But it appears there was more to these books than fiction. When she finds herself abducted and propositioned for the… Continue reading Book review: Keri Kruspe – An Alien Exchange (@keri_kruspe)

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Book review: War – A.G. Kirkham

Maddie had always loved music, she put part of herself into every concert, every song, every note. It was a part of her, right up until the day someone ripped it from her. Her abduction had been the most terrifying moments of her life, and whilst she had been rescued a part of her, the… Continue reading Book review: War – A.G. Kirkham

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Book review: Estela Vazquez Perez -Dark Serenade (@EVazquezPerez)

It was an impossible choice. After having his soul condemned to hell by Goldendeath, Victor's friends are left with a difficult decision. To allow him to suffer eternally in the depths of hell, or condemn him to immortality and reveal to him a world of darkness that would not only taint his soul, but they… Continue reading Book review: Estela Vazquez Perez -Dark Serenade (@EVazquezPerez)

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Book review: Chasing the Omega – Jessica Edwards (@JessEdwards1997)

  Alice never really felt she belonged in her school. She wasn't part of any of the cliques, but none of that really mattered. She had her best friend Sam, and she wanted nothing more. Her mother worked long hours as a nurse, and her father had left them, but she never felt alone thanks… Continue reading Book review: Chasing the Omega – Jessica Edwards (@JessEdwards1997)

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Book review: Nena – Ann Boelter

Nena knew the gods would one day choose a man for her, but at nineteen it seemed they were waiting. In earnest, Nena had no qualms about this delay. She loved her life as a warrior, the feel of a weapon in her hand, the thrill of battle. All the things she loved about her… Continue reading Book review: Nena – Ann Boelter