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Review:  Archangel’s Enigma (Guild Hunter #8) by Nalini Singh

Review: Archangel’s Enigma (Guild Hunter #8) by Nalini Singh

September 3, 2015 Review 0 ★★★★

ARCHANGEL’S ENIGMA has a lot going on in its over arching plot which is to be expected with the Guild Hunter series books. Like its predecessors this book continues to expand on the Cascade storyline hopefully bringing it to a conclusion eventually as I don’t know how much more destruction the earth and people can take before the earth implodes on itself.

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Review: Shards of Hope (Psy-Changeling #14) by Nalini Singh

Review: Shards of Hope (Psy-Changeling #14) by Nalini Singh

August 27, 2015 Review 1 ★★★★

For quite awhile the Arrows have been a group of characters who I’ve been interested in learning more about as I’ve read the Psy-Changling series. It was really neat seeing the interior lives of the Arrows. Aden, one of the Arrows who has been ‘hanging’ around the series for a few books now is finally given a story in SHARDS OF HOPE and it’s a story filled with sadness, pain, loneliness, and as the title aptly says a shard of hope.

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Review: Night Shift (Anthology)

Review: Night Shift (Anthology)

November 29, 2014 Review 0 ★★★★★

While anthologies aren’t normally my thing, the draw of the Kate Daniels and SPI Investigations stories were just too much for me to pass up in the case of NIGHT SHIFT. Luckily, the whole anthology was high caliber and well worth the read, with four outstanding stories that, though part of series in three of the four cases, manage to stand on their own.

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Early Review: Archangel’s Shadows (Guild Hunter #7) by Nalini Singh

Early Review: Archangel’s Shadows (Guild Hunter #7) by Nalini Singh

October 27, 2014 Review 1 ★★★★

I was thrilled to finally get a novel length story featuring Ash and Janvier and jumped at the chance to read and review it. I fell in love with these Ash and Janvier in ANGEL’S PAWN and have been waiting impatiently for more about these two. There is some POV with Raphael and Elena which is great to see and it serves to push the main plot along as well as gives us a

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Review: Ghost Layer (Ghost Seer, #2) by Robin D. Owens

Review: Ghost Layer (Ghost Seer, #2) by Robin D. Owens

September 25, 2014 Review 0 ★★★

GHOST LAYER had potential as it had a really interesting premise with the main character, Clare coming into her ghost seer powers which from what we see of them sound pretty darn awesome. The problem I had was that the actual story was confusing and just didn’t hold my attention enough for me to get really invested in the characters.

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Review: Haunted (Bishop/Special Crimes Unit #15) by Kay Hooper

Review: Haunted (Bishop/Special Crimes Unit #15) by Kay Hooper

September 18, 2014 Review 0 ★★★

Though I had misgivings entering the Bishop/ Special Crimes Unit series with number fifteen, I found HAUNTED to be easy to pick up and follow. Some of the aspects that made HAUNTED accessible were positive , while others ultimately proved to be a narrative shortcoming.

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Review: Wickedly Dangerous (Baba Yaga, #1) by Deborah Blake

Review: Wickedly Dangerous (Baba Yaga, #1) by Deborah Blake

September 5, 2014 Review 1 ★★★★

The mythology of Baba Yaga portrays her as an old witch who lives in the woods in a spinning house that stands on chicken feet. She helps or hurts those who look for her based on what they do for her. I grew up reading and hearing stories of Baba Yaga so it was great to see a book that could effectively ‘modernize’ Baba Yaga and still keep the essence of who she is and what she does for people. I liked how the Baba Yaga mythology is added to with Barbara Yagar acting as a guardian between the human and the Otherworld where the fairies live.

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