Posts Categorized: short story/Vignette

Review: Of Swine and Roses by Ilona Andrews

Review: Of Swine and Roses by Ilona Andrews

*sigh* This was so good. Just…so short. 🙁 I’m a greedy reader when it comes to Ilona Andrews and I always want MOAR. 😀 This is a super short-short that *could* be tied into the new Hidden Legacy series. I say “could” because this story was the catalyst for both… Read more »

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Review: Dragons at Crumbling Castle by Sir Terry Pratchett

Review: Dragons at Crumbling Castle by Sir Terry Pratchett

Dragons at Crumbling Castle is an adorable selection of short stories and illustrations. This title is a book club pick – it’s a bit younger than I normally care to read – and I’m pretty happy I was introduced to this novel via my book club. There are quite a… Read more »

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Review: How to Catch a Wild Viscount by Tessa Dare

Review: How to Catch a Wild Viscount by Tessa Dare

I’ve heard of Tessa Dare previously but How to Catch a Wild Viscount is the first book I’ve read by Ms Dare. Strangely enough, reading Lauren Dane’s The Best Kind of Trouble spurred me to read this short. The heroine, Natalie, in The Best Kind of Trouble is a librarian… Read more »

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Review: Parlor Games Anthology – Palor Games by Leda Swann

Review: Parlor Games Anthology – Palor Games by Leda Swann

  Accck! This one, I really disliked. Parlor Games was the third book I read using my Scribd trial. Scribd introduced me to Jess Michaels via the book Everything Forbidden – and suggested this title since I read Everything Forbidden. As of today this book is on sale at Kobo… Read more »

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Review: Parlor Games Anthology – Fallen Angel by Jess Michaels

Review: Parlor Games Anthology – Fallen Angel by Jess Michaels

    Meh. Really, really meh. Parlor Games was the third book I read using my Scribd trial. Scribd introduced me to Jess Michaels via the book Everything Forbidden – and suggested this title since I read Everything Forbidden. As of today this book is on sale at Kobo for… Read more »

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Review: Cat’s First Kiss (Forgotten Goddesses #2.5) by Stephanie Julian

Review: Cat’s First Kiss (Forgotten Goddesses #2.5) by Stephanie Julian

    This is a short (very short!) interlude in the Forgotten Goddesses series. I purchased this one myself as it was not available via Scribd. I was not too happy about this short. I was expecting short but I wasn’t expecting what I got: 14 pages and atrocious formatting…. Read more »

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Box of 1Night Stands Anthology Review: Dominique Eastwick, L.J. Garland, & Desiree Holt

Box of 1Night Stands Anthology Review: Dominique Eastwick, L.J. Garland, & Desiree Holt

As a recap: Box of 1Night Stands contains 21 stories by 21 different authors. Each story is roughly connected to each other by the framework of a dating service named “1Night Stand” run by Madam Evangeline. The dating service allows people to pay absurd amounts of money to be hooked… Read more »

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Box of 1Night Stands Anthology Review: Liz Crow, Becca Dale & Sara Daniel

Box of 1Night Stands Anthology Review: Liz Crow, Becca Dale & Sara Daniel

Recap from the first review: Box of 1Night Stands contains 21 stories by 21 different authors. Each story is roughly connected to each other by the framework of a dating service named “1Night Stand” run by Madam Evangeline. The dating service allows people to pay absurd amounts of money to… Read more »

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Review: Box of 1Night Stands – 21 Sizzling Nights by Valerie Mann, Diane Alberts, & Stephanie Beck

Review: Box of 1Night Stands – 21 Sizzling Nights by Valerie Mann, Diane Alberts, & Stephanie Beck

I bought this book for $0.59 and it’s surely been worth the price! Box of 1Night Stands contains 21 stories by 21 different authors. Each story is roughly connected to each other by the framework of a dating service named “1Night Stand” run by Madam Evangeline. The dating service allows… Read more »

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Review: Tempting Tamera (Circle of Three #1) by Brynn Paulin

Review: Tempting Tamera (Circle of Three #1) by Brynn Paulin

A new job, a new home, a new lifestyle… When teacher Tamera moved to Cranston to teach, she knew the lifestyle she’d encounter would take some getting used to. Though she was raised in an open-minded household she doesn’t have experience with menage relationships therefore her attraction to her fellow… Read more »

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