• Review: A Little April Fools by Haley Monroe

    Gosh. I am such a cover whore. Seriously, have a great cover and a semi-decent blurb...and you probably are already holding my money. This cover/blurb thing I have is a serious weakness. Case in point: A Little Aprils Fools

    A Little Apr...

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  • Growl Anthology Review: Legal Wolf’s Mate (Fabian Garoux #1) by Eve Langlais

    Legal Wolf's Mate is part of the Growl anthology but it can be purchased as a standalone here.

    I was rather excited about Legal Wolf's Mate: the blurb seemed right up my alley so its the only reason I read this anthology. I've not read a l...

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  • Review: Dear Aaron by Mariana Zapata

    Dear Aaron was sweet and lovely, to be honest. Dear Aaron is written in email and messenger format for the majority of the book. And it got to be just a little annoying after some time. But I adored Aaron and I loved Ruby.

    While I really...

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  • Review: And You Shall Know Her by the Trail of Dead by Brooke Bolander

    Ok. So, this is the 2nd short I've read by Brooke Bolander and the 2nd short that I've adored.

    I *think* that I enjoyed "Our Talons Can Crush Galaxies" a little bit more than "And You Shall Know Her by the Trail of Dead" - but only because...

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  • Booze: Veil Pineapple Vodka

    My husband and I recently threw a very large BBQ. When buying alcohol for our BBQs, we always buy both regular and flavored vodkas. This time, our local liquor store only had 1 bottle of Pineapple Cîroc. Instead of leaving (for a better stocked ...

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Review: The Android’s Dream by  John Scalzi

Review: The Android’s Dream by John Scalzi

I have known about John Scalzi for a long time and I follow his blog. I find him (via his blog) to be intelligent, funny, silly and verbose but I’d never read any of his books before. I like Scalzi a lot as a person – he’s a fool in… Read more »

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Review: Here Kitty, Kitty (Magnus Pack #3) by Shelly Laurenston

Review: Here Kitty, Kitty (Magnus Pack #3) by Shelly Laurenston

Love it! Here, Kitty Kitty made me so happy! After spending quite some time being frustrated with book 2 (Go Fetch!), Here Kitty, Kitty more than makes up for the bullshit I dealt with. Here, Kitty Kitty was just pure fun. There is some type of plot it wasn’t as… Read more »

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2017 Book Purchases: February

2017 Book Purchases: February

    Book: Spell Bound (Darkly Enchanted #1) Author: Stephanie Julian Cost: $0.99 Format: ebook Date Purchased: 10-Feb-2017 Notes: I really liked her Forgotten Goddesses series     Book: Earthrise (Her Instruments, #1) Author: M.C.A. Hogarth Cost: $1.99 Format: Audible Audio Date Purchased: 16-Feb-2016 Notes: Great review from friends +… Read more »

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Anthology Review: Shifting Shadows – Alpha and Omega (Alpha and Omega #0.5) by Patricia Briggs

Anthology Review: Shifting Shadows – Alpha and Omega (Alpha and Omega #0.5) by Patricia Briggs

OK. Not gonna lie, I can’t remember when I grabbed Shifting Shadows at all. It was sometime during my Mercy Thompson spree. I bought a shitton of Mercy Thompson books…and then I stopped reading at book three. I didn’t dislike Mercy (like her a lot, actually) but I got distracted… Read more »

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Review: Go Fetch! (Magnus Pack #2) by Shelly Laurenston

Review: Go Fetch! (Magnus Pack #2) by Shelly Laurenston

FREEEEEDOOOOOM! OMG. I did NOT enjoy this one. I didn’t care for Miki – though I appreciated her intelligence – so that killed the entire story for me. TBH, I only finished so I could move on to the next in the series – OCD is real – and this… Read more »

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Review: I’m Judging You by Luvvie Ajayi

Review: I’m Judging You by Luvvie Ajayi

Here is where I dole out shade, side-eye, and basic-but-necessary advice for the needy – the logic-deficient who consistently come up short in this new world order of 140-character opinions, Facebook beefs, Instagram groupies, and pop culture idolization, i.e., The waste land, where common sense has tragically become the rarest… Read more »

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Review: His Little Troublemaker by Emily Tilton

Review: His Little Troublemaker by Emily Tilton

So. I really liked His Little Troublemaker! I admit to rolling my eyes a bit… …and to being squicked out a bit by the hero’s – Daniel – interest in the heroine’s…pre-pubescent-like body. …And to disliking (but appreciating the realness) of the hero thinking of lying on the heroine –… Read more »

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