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Review: Never Dare a Dragon (Boston Dragons #3), by Ashlyn Chase

Review: Never Dare a Dragon (Boston Dragons #3), by Ashlyn Chase

August 3, 2017 Review 0

Authors sometimes make confusing choices, adding a mythology or a plot twist that is such unnecessary deus ex machina that it almost ruins a book. NEVER DARE A DRAGON has characters who feel real,  and it’s disappointing to have most of their problems disappear in the last quarter of the book.

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Review: Strange Practice (Dr. Greta Helsing #1) by Vivian Shaw

Review: Strange Practice (Dr. Greta Helsing #1) by Vivian Shaw

July 27, 2017 Review 1

While I enjoyed STRANGE PRACTICE overall, I couldn’t help feel a little duped. The series carries Greta’s name but she’s one of six POV characters. It was a disappointing realization because Greta was my hook into STRANGE PRACTICE. A descendant of Van Helsing runs a medical practice for the supernatural? Yes please.

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Early Review: Accidental Sire (Half-Moon Hollow #6) by Molly Harper

Early Review: Accidental Sire (Half-Moon Hollow #6) by Molly Harper

July 24, 2017 Review 0

In ACCIDENTAL SIRE, Harper brings the Half Moon Hollow series back to Half Moon Hollow, and with it, brings in many favorite characters from throughout the series, with nearly everybody making at least a small cameo. I wouldn’t say that the description of the book is completely accurate, though, as it makes it sound like Ben is the focus, not even mentioning Megan, the main character of the book (the one who accidentally gets turned into a vampire). 

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Review: The Cityborn by Edward Willett

Review: The Cityborn by Edward Willett

July 21, 2017 Review 0

THE CITYBORN is fueled by its dystopian society. In a place only known as ‘The City’, there are clear lines between the rich and the poor. There can so much intrigue to a class-ruled dystopia. It’s always fun learn about how these strange societies are built ,and it’s even better to watch them fall. Unfortunately, the City was a cipher for too much of the book.

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