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Review: Pia Saves the Day (Elder Races #6.6) by Thea Harrison

Review: Pia Saves the Day (Elder Races #6.6) by Thea Harrison

June 20, 2014 Review 1 ★★★★

An interesting character vignette, in PIA SAVES THE DAY our favorite couple face each other again, back at square one. The first time these two fell in love, Pia was the hunted. This time, she must use all her cunning to get close to a cranky, injured, amnesiac dragon… or lose the man of her dreams.

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Review: Aces Wild (Sin City Collectors) by Amanda Carlson

Review: Aces Wild (Sin City Collectors) by Amanda Carlson

June 3, 2014 Review 0 ★★★★

ACES WILD is, in my opinion, a perfect start to the new Sin City Collectors series, which features an interesting premise in that the installments will be written by different authors. Since I already like Amanda Carlson’s other series, I was excited to see what she would bring to a totally different setting and characters. I was not disappointed. Though short, ACES WILD manages to pack in action and romance and enough of a hook to bring me back for the next story.

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Review: Dragos Takes a Holiday (Elder Races #6.5) by Thea Harrison

Review: Dragos Takes a Holiday (Elder Races #6.5) by Thea Harrison

November 21, 2013 Review 2 ★★★★

Thea Harrison’s Elder Races series takes familiar romance and paranormal tropes to a level unparalleled in the genre, and DRAGOS TAKES A HOLIDAY is a great example of her prowess. This story shows us a glimpse behind the Happily-Ever-After curtain, after Pia marries the powerful, sexy billionaire, after her child is born, after her ordinary life is exposed to the limelight.

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Review: Bitter Disenchantment (Coveted, #0.4) by Shawntelle Madison

Review: Bitter Disenchantment (Coveted, #0.4) by Shawntelle Madison

May 18, 2013 Review 0 ★★★★

As a prequel to the Coveted series, readers already know where Aggie ends up, but its the journey there in BITTER DISENCHANTMENT that really fleshes her out. Aggie is tough, independent and privilege being the daughter of the alpha wolf. What I like about this series is that it shows people with problems and disorders realistically and it shows that while they don’t overcome their problems they learn to manage them eventually.

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