Posts Categorized: short story/Vignette

Review: Holding His Forever by Alexa Riley

Review: Holding His Forever by Alexa Riley

Woot! This is one of the more detailed (read: better) AR books I’ve read in some time!!! Yaaaay for plots!! Holding His Forever is a pretty standard AR book: Tall, buff, wealthy-ish, large dude meets small, helpless, petite, delicate blonde chick. They fall in love at first sight, she’s a… Read more »

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Review: Finding Snow  (Fairytale Shifter #4) by Alexa Riley

Review: Finding Snow (Fairytale Shifter #4) by Alexa Riley

Finding Snow is, in my opinion, one of the better Fairytale Shifter books thus far. As with all AR books, no need to explain the plot – the entirety of it is in the blurb, lol. Also no need to describe the MCs because they are basically the same people… Read more »

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Review: The Other Half of the Sky (Feral Astrogators #1) edited by Athena Andreadis and Kay T. Holt (4/4)

Review: The Other Half of the Sky (Feral Astrogators #1) edited by Athena Andreadis and Kay T. Holt (4/4)

I discovered The Other Half of the Sky in 2014 when the controversy regarding long time hate blogger and new author WinterFox aka RequiresHate aka Benjanun Sriduangkaew. As I was reading up on all of the drama, I noticed there were some decent looking authors being mentioned (the authors were… Read more »

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Review: Untouched by Alexa Riley

Review: Untouched by Alexa Riley

Untouched should be re-titled “Un-Plotted.” I can’t blame anyone but myself at this point. No one told me to keep borrowing AR’s romances. I admit that I have read damn near everything she has written and I keep reading the new ones, so…I share the blame in this for sure…. Read more »

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Review: Lumberjack (A Real Man #1) by Jenika Snow

Review: Lumberjack (A Real Man #1) by Jenika Snow

Soooo, this happened (You know, I feel like I’m saying this a lot lately). I learned about Lumberjack randomly on GR and someone mentioned it was quick (though eye-rolling) and on KU. SO I took the plunge! It is quick though eye-rolling. In fact, the quick relationship and the brevity… Read more »

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Review: Wyvern by Grace Draven

Review: Wyvern by Grace Draven

Wyvern is one of Grace Draven‘s earlier works and it’s obvious. Maybe not to those who haven’t read Ms Draven before, but for those of us who have, it’s pretty obvious. It’s not in the writing – which is rather smooth as is normal – but it is in the…tone… Read more »

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Review: Curvy by Alexa Riley

Review: Curvy by Alexa Riley

SO. This one gets 2.5 stars for the cover and the heroine’s physical description alone. The cover is HOT HOT HOT and I love the fact that the Misses Riley have made the majority of their heroines with the curves of typical women and that they are worshiped. BUT. I… Read more »

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Review: The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and Richard Howard (Translator)

Review: The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and Richard Howard (Translator)

“But eyes are blind. You have to look with your heart.” I’ve read The Little Prince many, many times. My mom had a beautiful, small hardback edition of this when I was small and it always fascinated me for some reason. I haven’t attempted to read The Little Prince in… Read more »

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