Genre: Romantic

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Review: Wanted: Wild Thing (Midnight Liaisons, #4) by Jessica Sims

Review: Wanted: Wild Thing (Midnight Liaisons, #4) by Jessica Sims

September 22, 2014 Review 0

WANTED: WILD THING was a sweet ending to a fun series about a paranormal dating agency. While I wasn’t as thrilled by this one as I was for the previous books it still had its charm and amusing quirky character moments that I’ve come to enjoy in the Midnight Laisions series. Where the previous book featured mostly shifters and vampires WANTED: WILD THING put a bit more emphasis on fairies

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Review: House of Ivy & Sorrow by Natalie Whipple

Review: House of Ivy & Sorrow by Natalie Whipple

April 15, 2014 Review 0

I will say this straight off the mark, HOUSE OF IVY AND SORROW isn’t for the squeamish. These ladies are old school witches. No wands, no orbs, no gentle brushes of wind or power. Eye of newt, toe of frog, fingernail of best friend, and then some.

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Review: Strange Sweet Song by Adi Rule

Review: Strange Sweet Song by Adi Rule

March 25, 2014 Review 0

Almost like a fairy tale, STRANGE SWEET SONG has a rather lyrical quality to it. It almost felt like looking at an old photograph, where not everything is in focus, but it is intriguing and makes you want to keep looking at it more. While not perfect, STRANGE SWEET SONG was an enjoyable, different read.

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Review: Fire & Flood (Fire & Flood #1) by Victoria Scott

Review: Fire & Flood (Fire & Flood #1) by Victoria Scott

February 27, 2014 Review 1

The first novel in Victoria Scott’s new YA series is CATCHING FIRE, THE GOLDEN COMPASS, and The Amazing Race all rolled into one. But imagine if Katniss couldn’t hunt, or Lyra couldn’t communicate with Pantalaimon. Now imagine that they were still determined to do whatever it took to save those they loved and you’ll understand Tella Holloway’s dilemma in FIRE & FLOOD.

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Monsters (Ashes Trilogy #3) by Ilsa. J. Bick

Monsters (Ashes Trilogy #3) by Ilsa. J. Bick

September 14, 2013 Review 0

The Ashes trilogy is better than any summer action flick. Cascading explosions and monsters and dangers fairly leap off the page, as vividly as if they were splashed across the big screen. I gulped down this entire trilogy in a matter of days, and was ever thankful that I could race from one cliffhanger to another until I’d reached book three.

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