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Review:  Southern Spirits (Southern Ghost Hunter Mysteries #1) by Angie Fox

Review: Southern Spirits (Southern Ghost Hunter Mysteries #1) by Angie Fox

February 12, 2015 Review 3

SOUTHERN SPIRITS is a fun and surprisingly fast read. I enjoy some quirk in these light paranormal stories and this book is full of quirks from Verity’s pet skunk to the many types of ghosts with their own odd issues and relationships. The story follows Verity on her attempt to solve a decades old murder mystery in order to get money to pay off her debt and keep her house.

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Review:  Just in Time for a Highlander (Sirens of the Scottish Borderlands #1) by Gwyn Cready

Review: Just in Time for a Highlander (Sirens of the Scottish Borderlands #1) by Gwyn Cready

February 6, 2015 Review 0 ★★★

What makes JUST IN TIME FOR A HIGHLANDER unique in the ‘time traveling to the past historical romance’ genre is that the genders are switched. The guy, Duncan gets shuttled off to the Highlands of Scotland and meets a Scottish lass, Abby and they fall in love.The conflict (aside from Duncan being stuck in a time with no flush toilets) revolves around Abby trying to avoid war with the English, keeping the clan safe, and avoiding a forced marriage.

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Review: Jaguar Pride (Heart of the Jaguar, #4) by Terry Spear

Review: Jaguar Pride (Heart of the Jaguar, #4) by Terry Spear

February 5, 2015 Review 2 ★★★★

I had always meant to read this series since I have read and enjoyed Terry Spear’s other shifter series Heart of the Wolf. Like usual I jumped into reading a series right in the middle with the fourth book and luckily like Heart of the Wolf, Heart of the Jaguar is a series you can just jump into with out any confusion.

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Review: Princess of Thorns by Stacey Jay

Review: Princess of Thorns by Stacey Jay

January 6, 2015 Review 1 ★★★★

A creative take on a fairy tale retelling, PRINCESS OF THORNS follows the daughter of Sleeping Beauty, Aurora, as she treks through the kingdom to rescue her brother. With elements of other fairy tales brought in (Niklaas’ curse comes to mind), PRINCESS OF THORNS is a wonderful continuation of a beloved fairy tale. Plus, the entire first half of the book has Aurora dressed up as and acting as a boy – a trope I can’t resist – and in this case, it was done well.

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Review: Firewall (Magic Born #3) by Sonya Clark

Review: Firewall (Magic Born #3) by Sonya Clark

December 27, 2014 Review 1 ★★★★

The Magic Born series has been, so far, a very well done, consistently written series, and I was hoping for similar in FIREWALL. After Lizzie and Vadim, I wasn’t sure if any couple could be better, or if there would be as much delving into the world. Luckily, FIREWALL delivered everything I hoped for.

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