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Book review: Jina S. Bazzar – Heir of Ashes (@Jina_Bazzar)

At the age of twelve Roxanne Fosch was dragged away from the life she knew kicking and screaming. And for nine years the screaming never stopped as she was poked, prodded, tortured, and abused to the point of death. She was something unique, something the Paranormal Scientists Society (PSS) had never before got their hands… Continue reading Book review: Jina S. Bazzar – Heir of Ashes (@Jina_Bazzar)

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Book review: Jo Wilde – The Crossing

Micki O'Sullivan had messed up, and with a step-father who can't stand children, let alone teenagers, it was just the excuse he needed to have her shipped off to her father in Eastwick. It would be a new beginning for her, but little did she know this little Louisiana town harbors a dark secret, and… Continue reading Book review: Jo Wilde – The Crossing

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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: 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: 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)

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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