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Review: Heart of Fire by Lisa Edmonds

Review:  Heart of Fire by Lisa Edmonds

  Heart of Fire (Alice Worth #2) By Lisa Edmonds   Go Team MAGS!!! I tell myself constantly not to do this to myself, but somehow, when a book’s calling to me…I MUST ANSWER THE CALL. So, I ended up reading one paranormal romance, while listening to another paranormal romance. Both of them were excellent but there’s the slight problem […]

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Review: Until Avery by Brynne Asher

Review:  Until Avery by Brynne Asher

  Until Avery (Happily Ever Alpha Kindle World Novella) (The Carpino Series #4) By Brynne Asher   I guess it just had to be a Brynne Asher novella… Generally, I don’t like novella’s that much. They’re too short, don’t get deep enough and I feel like we’re only getting half of the story. I guess my problem was I hadn’t experienced a Brynne […]

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Review: Still (Still #1) by Camilla Monk

Review:  Still (Still #1) by Camilla Monk

  Still (Still #1) By Camilla Monk   Still…bloody brilliant. I picture Camilla Monk having a cackling laugh. She’s an evil genius who likes to mess with her readers. In the Spotless series, we have an extremely intelligent heroine who steps up to save the world. She’s matched with an extremely obsessive clean freak who’s also a hired killer. In the Still series, we have a […]

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Review: Heat (Dark Kings #12) by Donna Grant

Review:  Heat (Dark Kings #12) by Donna Grant

  Heat (Dark Kings #12) By Donna Grant   Seeking the truth leads to more questions… I started Heat a little unenthusiastically. Come on…it’s Book #12, haven’t we covered everything we can yet? Aren’t we going to see the same story again with different names? So, I opened it, started, and then proceeded to nod my head in acknowledgement and praise to […]

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Review: Gifts (The Killers #3) by Brynne Asher

Review:  Gifts (The Killers #3) by Brynne Asher

  Gifts (The Killers #3) By Brynne Asher   Lucky Asa can change a tire… It’s like Brynne Asher has looked into my mind and created men who do it for me. I think the trick is to make them mature (but not too old), handsome (but not pretty) and bossy (but not dictatorial). Her Killers have all lived a little, made mistakes they’ve […]

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