Publisher: Riptide Publishing

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Sightlines (The Community Book 3) by Santino Hassell

Sightlines (The Community Book 3) by Santino Hassell

October 12, 2017 Review 0

Working to take down an evil organization is hard when you’re still on the inside. As the 3rd book in a series, SIGHTLINES wraps up the Community plotline. As an evil company, Community seems to get worse and worse with every chapter. Inside the Farm, there’s torture, reprogramming and rape. Despite the bleakness, Chase Payne’s sarcasm and constant dickery keeps the bleakness from getting too dark.

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Review: The Druid Next Door (Fae Out of Water #2), by E.J. Russell

Review: The Druid Next Door (Fae Out of Water #2), by E.J. Russell

August 31, 2017 Review 0

You know a book is good when you start slowing down your reading speed and putting the book down because you’re not ready to leave the world of the story. You’re not ready to leave behind the characters you’ve grown to care for, even if this could be their happily ever after. THE DRUID NEXT DOOR is that kind of story and I’m so glad that it lives up to the first book in the series, CUTIE AND THE BEAST.

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Review: Shadows & Dreams (Kate Kane, Paranormal Investigator #2) by Alexis Hall

Review: Shadows & Dreams (Kate Kane, Paranormal Investigator #2) by Alexis Hall

June 23, 2014 Review 2

Kate Kane is the epitome of my mental image of a noir detective – smoking, drinking, and always quick with the sarcastic quip. That alone is one of the reasons this series is so enjoyable. However, a few personality traits of one main character can’t hold up an entire book, and while we’ve got an interesting plot and side characters, along with some great writing, there were some unfortunate flaws that took away from my enjoyment of SHADOWS & DREAMS.

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Review: Iron & Velvet (Kate Kane, Paranormal Investigator #1) by Alexis Hall

Review: Iron & Velvet (Kate Kane, Paranormal Investigator #1) by Alexis Hall

January 16, 2014 Review 0

IRON & VELVET was a fun urban fantasy, with more than a little romance thrown in, tied up in a big noir-esque mystery bow. While not perfect, there was plenty to like about the first book in the Kate Kane, Private Investigator series. Set in a richly conceived London with four different vampire princes, and a werewolf pack ready to go at everybody’s throats, not to mention the demons and witches, there were twists and turns around every corner- and I had a great time watching Kate take it all on.

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