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Review: Bridged By Love (Kagan Wolves #1) by Nancy Corrigan

Review: Bridged By Love (Kagan Wolves #1) by Nancy Corrigan

July 20, 2015 Review 2

I tend to like my books quite spicy – and I used to think the more sex the better. Well, I’ve been proven wrong, and in a werewolf novel to boot. Although the sex scenes in BRIDGED BY LOVE were well written, I really could have done with way less of them. By the end of the book, I was skipping pages of erections and orgasms – more story, please!

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Review: Salt & Storm by Kendall Kulper

Review: Salt & Storm by Kendall Kulper

September 23, 2014 Review 5

SALT & STORM sounded so good, but unfortunately, the description and the book don’t actually match up, and not for the better. With a whiney heroine, strong deviation from a typical romance plotline, and some frustrating questions left unanswered, SALT & STORM isn’t a book I’ll be revisiting.

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Review: Feuds by Avery Hastings

Review: Feuds by Avery Hastings

September 4, 2014 Review 0

Having just finished FEUDS I’m having a problem – I’m still not entirely sure what it was about. Set in the future, check. Dystopian, also check. There are Priors, there are Gens/Imps, and they sort of co-exist. Except when they don’t. There’s an imminent election and whispers of a disease. And an underground fight club deal that can save a family from life in the slums. Somehow.

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Review: Zeus is Dead by Michael G. Munz

Review: Zeus is Dead by Michael G. Munz

July 19, 2014 Review 0

ZEUS IS DEAD: A MONSTROUSLY INCONVENIENT ADVENTURE by Michael G. Munz is like GOOD OMENS – if Pratchett and Gaiman stopped after every paragraph to explain why their jokes are funny. There’s breaking the fourth wall, and then there’s demolishing the wall and reaching through the wreckage to punch the reader in the face. The book has the potential to be fun, and it’s clear that the author has a sense of humor, but unfortunately he fails to trust that his audience also has a sense of humor. Or a brain.

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Review: Her Wild Protector by  Naomi Bellina

Review: Her Wild Protector by Naomi Bellina

July 12, 2014 Review 0

I picked up HER WILD PROTECTOR mainly due to the unique take on shifters being able to change into multiple forms. I liked learning the origin of the Metamorphs and the conflicts the face. The plot was pretty interesting and moved at a steady pace with a lot of suspense and action scenes. While I understand the

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Review: Vampire’s Thirst (Awakening #2) by Cynthia Garner

Review: Vampire’s Thirst (Awakening #2) by Cynthia Garner

June 14, 2014 Review 0

The second in The Awakening series, VAMPIRE’S THIRST follows immediately after VAMPIRE’S HUNGER, and I was excited to see what Kimber and Duncan were going to do next. Turns out, it was have a bunch of sex, and fight. A bit more on the erotic side than most books we review here on All Things Urban Fantasy, VAMPIRE’S THIRST could have been so great, but unfortunately it fell flat for me, with characters behaving in a nonsensical manner in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, nearly a complete lack of world building, and a mish-mash of tangents that were frustrating distractions from the main plot.

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