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Book review: Emily Stormbrook – Chasing Starlight (@EmilyStormbrook)

Two years ago, Liam had been rescued from the drug and sex trafficker, Woodroe, by Marrok, forming a fast and loyal bond between the berserker and this alpha. While an alpha himself, Liam's wolf is content to defer to the man who saved him, content to take his place as beta at the Elswyth Chase… Continue reading Book review: Emily Stormbrook – Chasing Starlight (@EmilyStormbrook)

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Book review: Familiar Ties – Kathryn Jayne

Jesse had been born different. Unlike most born of the shifter line she had no animal to call her own, just like her mother she couldn't shift and just like her mother she saw things no one else did. Her mother's madness had resulted in her murder, and Jesse feared her father would turn the… Continue reading Book review: Familiar Ties – Kathryn Jayne

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Book review: T. B. Elizabeth – Trust Me

Jordyn Jensen had got used to the abuse, to the beatings. But that one night Devon took things too far. In fear for her life she calls Maggie and finds herself in the one place Devon won't think to look. While running from her past she didn't expect to find a chance of a future.… Continue reading Book review: T. B. Elizabeth – Trust Me

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Book review: April Wilson – Vulnerable (@AprilWroteIt)

Shane had it all, money, his own business, a string of beautiful women. The one thing he didn't have was something he didn't even realise he was missing, not until he laid eyes on Beth. His company had been hide to protect her from the man responsible for her nightmares and the thought of anyone… Continue reading Book review: April Wilson – Vulnerable (@AprilWroteIt)

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Book review: Lauren Rowe – Smitten (@laurenrowebooks)

Alessandra was a music student, two years in with a killer voice and amazing talent. Her knowledge of music, her way of seeing and hearing things was second to none. The one thing she isn't, however, is outgoing. When she comes face to face with one of her favourite bands, shy girl Alessandra freezes, especially… Continue reading Book review: Lauren Rowe – Smitten (@laurenrowebooks)