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Book review: S F Benson – Cursed Hearts (@BensonShantella)

In S F Benson's Cursed Hearts Kelsie wanted more in her life than what her species allowed. She had grown up surrounded by humans hearing tales of love, and she wanted it for her own. But succubi weren't allowed such emotions, and with her abilities being uncontrolled it seemed the was fated to become a… Continue reading Book review: S F Benson – Cursed Hearts (@BensonShantella)

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Book review: Crysta Levere – Vitaltiy (@LevereCrysta)

In Crysta Levere's Vitality, at nineteen Ava was starting over, again. Lured to Aberdeen by a voice heard as whispers in the throes of madness. She is determined to put her unstable past behind her. Here no one knows her past, her hardships, her secrets. She was doing fine too until her housemate took her… Continue reading Book review: Crysta Levere – Vitaltiy (@LevereCrysta)

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Book review: K.F Breene – Born in Fire (@KFBreene)

Reagan Somerset guarded a secret. It was the reason both the shifters and the humans wanted her, but she had kept the truth of her heritage a secret a long time, and she wasn't about to sacrifice that for the promise of a steady job. Of course, this left her only one option, to be… Continue reading Book review: K.F Breene – Born in Fire (@KFBreene)

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Book review: Ellen C. maze – The Judging (@authorellenmaze )

In Ellen C. Maze's, The Judging, Mark was doing the work of God. Those who committed atrocities were brought to his attention and judged, and given a chance of redemption before he sent them to the afterlife. This was what he had told himself for centuries, he was not a vampire, despite some similarities to… Continue reading Book review: Ellen C. maze – The Judging (@authorellenmaze )

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Book review: John Irvin – Blood of the Father

On the day Tiras buried his wife everything changed. He mourned her passing unaware his own transition was to follow. The Almighty had a plan, He would do something new.  Attacked by a vicious wolf, Tiras thought his life was at an end, but as the pain and torment increased, the Almighty came to him,… Continue reading Book review: John Irvin – Blood of the Father

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Book review: Phil Price – Unknown (@PhilPrice19)

Jake had lost everything the day his wife and child were taken from him. He fought his grief, surrendering his badge for a private license. As a police officer he felt powerless, he apprehended villains only for them to be turned loose and commit another crime. At least as a PI he could choose his work. Or… Continue reading Book review: Phil Price – Unknown (@PhilPrice19)

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Book review: Pandora Syndrome – April Wahlin (@aprilwahlin)

Pandora died on the day she was born. She had been out celebrating her twenty-first birthday with her brother and best friend. Unfortunately, she had been separated from them. But the last day of her life became the beginning of a new and possibly eternal chapter. There was more to her death than a random… Continue reading Book review: Pandora Syndrome – April Wahlin (@aprilwahlin)

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Book review: The Tannis Project by Daryl J. Ball (@DarylBallTM )

Tannis, is a vampire, he has seen and experienced more than most mortals could dare to dream, and now, at the bequest of his mortal friend, Kayla, he has begun to keep a blog. A blog to explore his thoughts, feelings, even his memories as he continues his relationship with this fascinating mortal, who is… Continue reading Book review: The Tannis Project by Daryl J. Ball (@DarylBallTM )

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Book Review: The Hunted by Kristy Berridge

Good morning everyone. I don't know about where you are, but here the season has really started to turn. This morning's weather is starting to feel bitter, it is time to wrap up warm, sit on the sofa with a blanket and immerse yourself in a good book. On that note of course, it is… Continue reading Book Review: The Hunted by Kristy Berridge

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Book review – Angel’s Blood by Sallyann Phillips

As you may have seen me mentioning a few times, my favourite book of 2014 was, without a doubt, Angels Blood by Sallyann Phillips.  But what made this book my favourite? As a teenager I loved the work of L.J. Smith but as with teenage fiction you get to a point where you outgrow it.… Continue reading Book review – Angel’s Blood by Sallyann Phillips