Posts Categorized: Book Review

Review: Releasing Her Dragon (Dragon Blood #1) by Elianne Adams

Review: Releasing Her Dragon (Dragon Blood #1) by Elianne Adams

I’m not really sure how I feel about Releasing Her Dragon. At first, I was pretty interested. I was intrigued with the idea of fated mates that could be “released” and allowed to find someone new. I was also interested in the idea of needing a mate to keep from… Read more »

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Review: Her Mad Hatter (Kingdom #1) by  Marie Hall

Review: Her Mad Hatter (Kingdom #1) by Marie Hall

I obtained a free copy of the omnibus Kingdom Series Collection: Books 1-3 via Amazon on 24-Jun-2014. That means that all three books in the omnibus (Her Mad Hatter, Gerard’s Beauty & Red and Her Wolf) are eligible for my 2016 The Mt TBR Struggle is Real challenge!!! Annnnd wait!… Read more »

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Women Destroy Science Fiction! Anthology Review: In the Image of Man by Gabriella Stalker (Narrated by John Allen Nelson)

Women Destroy Science Fiction! Anthology Review: In the Image of Man by Gabriella Stalker (Narrated by John Allen Nelson)

In the Image of Man depicts a future where everyone lives full time as a consumer. In the Image of Man tells the story of consumerism and big business taken too far. The names of numerous commercial brands and goods are an integral part of In the Image of Man… Read more »

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Review: The Witch’s Halloween Hero (Nocturne Falls #4.5) by Kristen Painter

Review: The Witch’s Halloween Hero (Nocturne Falls #4.5) by Kristen Painter

Ugh. I liked and disliked this story. No. I mostly disliked this story. This story is NOT a real Romance and I felt terrible for Stanhill throughout the story. In fact, I got a little misty-eyed for Stanhill….decreasing a half star for that, too. 🙁 The Witch’s Halloween Hero is… Read more »

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Review: Mine to Take by  Alexa Kaye

Review: Mine to Take by Alexa Kaye

I learned about Mine to Take and Alexa Kaye via Amazon as a recommendation for Kindle Unlimited. This is my first Alexa Kaye/Avery Kaye book but it feels rather…familiar. So far? It’s 75% Lassoing the Virgin Mail Order Bride and 25% Claimed By The Mountain Man. Though the dirty parts… Read more »

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Women Destroy Science Fiction! Anthology Review: The Case of the Passionless Bees by Rhonda Eikamp (Narrated by Jonathan L. Howard)

Women Destroy Science Fiction! Anthology Review: The Case of the Passionless Bees by Rhonda Eikamp (Narrated by Jonathan L. Howard)

Well color me surprised! I was NOT expecting an SF Sherlock Holmes mystery (make that Gearlock Holmes) so when the narrator started speaking and I heard a British male voice, I was a bit surprised. It does work quite well, however. Jonathan L. Howard really nailed the mechanical/human-ish voice for… Read more »

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Review: My Best Friend’s Brother (Soulmates #2) by Hazel Kelly

Review: My Best Friend’s Brother (Soulmates #2) by Hazel Kelly

My Best Friend’s Brother was very cute! It’s also New Adult (NA) so I did struggle a bit while reading it. I had no real problems with the writing, etc but as NA is not really my thing, it took me a while to finish. My Best Friend’s Brother is… Read more »

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Review: Roping The Virgin (Cowboys & Virgins #2) by Alexa Riley

Review: Roping The Virgin (Cowboys & Virgins #2) by Alexa Riley

Ok. So, first I want to say that the title for this book is a little to close to the title of one of her previous books Lassoing the Virgin Mail Order Bride. So. Did not enjoy this one. Alexa Riley seems to be my crack…but I think I got… Read more »

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Review: Once and Again (Petal, Georgia #1) by Lauren Dane

Review: Once and Again (Petal, Georgia #1) by Lauren Dane

Gosh. I really didn’t care for this one at all. 🙁 And that makes me rather sad. I mean, I read a lot of Lauren Dane. But the Chase Brothers series and the Petal, Georgia spin off aren’t…working for me. At all. So. Once and Again. Lily and Nathan grew… Read more »

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Review: Kicked by Celia Aaron

Review: Kicked by Celia Aaron

Trigger Warning: There is an attempted rape in this story but it is stopped before anything happens. I feel I need to start this review with admitting to a little bias: I dislike New Adult (NA) as a genre. I dislike almost everything about NA (which seems centered around college-aged… Read more »

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