• Growl Anthology Review: The Alpha’s Woman by A.C. Arthur

    Surprisingly, The Alpha's Woman was my favorite read in the Growl Anthology. I say "surprisingly" because I read this anthology because Eve Langlais (which didn't quite work out the way I'd hoped). To be honest, I'd planned to chuck the rest of...

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  • 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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Review: Xmas Spark (When in Rio #1.5) by Delphine Dryden

Review: Xmas Spark (When in Rio #1.5) by Delphine Dryden

NOTE: When in Rio and Xmas Spark were originally published by Ellora’s Cave. Neither book is currently available for sale at this time but rights have been reverted from the publisher to Ms Dryden (yaaaaay!!!!!). Hopefully the books will be available in the near future.   So, I think I… Read more »

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The War of the Flowers by  Tad Williams

The War of the Flowers by Tad Williams

Returning to the fantasy genre that made him a coast-to-coast best-selling phenomenon, Tad Williams has written a new stand-alone contemporary novel set in Northern California-and also in the strange parallel world that coexists in the farthest reaches of the imagination. Theo Vilmos is a thirty-year-old lead singer in a not… Read more »

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