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Release Day Review: Seventh Grave and No Body (Charley Davidson #7) by Darynda Jones

Release Day Review: Seventh Grave and No Body (Charley Davidson #7) by Darynda Jones

October 21, 2014 Review 0 ★★★★

SEVENTH GRAVE AND NO BODY delivers exactly what readers have come to expect from the Charley Davidson series, with snark, sexiness and sweetness, all rolled up into one book. Those unfamiliar with the series may not want to start here, but if you’re caught up on the latest of Charley, I would suggest diving right in, so you don’t miss a single thing!

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Release Day Review: Demons in My Driveway (Monster Haven, #5) by R.L. Naquin

Release Day Review: Demons in My Driveway (Monster Haven, #5) by R.L. Naquin

October 20, 2014 Review 0 ★★★★

With this being the second to the last book in the Monster Haven series, DEMONS IN MY DRIVEWAY spends a lot of time setting up for the end through big revelations and big changes for Zoey and her friends. The clever, quirky creatures and light moments help balance out the loads of death, near deaths, and losses that pervade this book. Its the loyalty and

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Review: Daring (Pax Arcana #2) by Elliott James

Review: Daring (Pax Arcana #2) by Elliott James

October 16, 2014 Review 0 ★★★★

With DARING, the second book in the Pax Arcana series, Elliott James becomes an urban fantasy author to watch. DARING manages to take everything I liked about book one and keep it, chuck everything I hated, and not come across as a sophomore slump. It’s a surprisingly good read that really steps up the series.

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Review: Snow Like Ashes (Snow Like Ashes #1) by Sara Raasch

Review: Snow Like Ashes (Snow Like Ashes #1) by Sara Raasch

October 14, 2014 Review 1 ★★★★

Though the world of SNOW LIKE ASHES by Sara Raasch is a bit uninspired in its construction, Raasch more than makes up for kingdoms named after seasons and capital cities named for misspelled calendar months with Meira and the other refugees of the Kingdom of Winter. An aspiring soldier, desperate to be important to her people and her lost homeland, sixteen-year-old Meira struggles with being kept off the battlefield and forced into a world of political machinations. She’s a pawn, she’s a symbol, she’s a hero – much like THE HUNGER GAMES Katniss, all Meira really knows is that she wants to survive. That, and she’s in love with her best friend, the once and future king.

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Review: A Highland Wolf Christmas (Heart of the Wolf, #15) by Terry Spear

Review: A Highland Wolf Christmas (Heart of the Wolf, #15) by Terry Spear

October 9, 2014 Review 2 ★★★★

A HIGHLAND WOLF CHRISTMAS is a wonderfully sweet holiday romance stock full of kilted Scotsmen who relish in sword fighting and castles with many a hidden nook to have your romantic trysts in. Both Calla and Guthrie are featured in previous book in this series so it was neat to finally see more of these two and learn more about their lives.

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Review: Reckoning (Fallen Siren #2) by S.J. Harper

Review: Reckoning (Fallen Siren #2) by S.J. Harper

October 6, 2014 Review 2 ★★★★

I remember ripping through the first in the Fallen Siren series, reading it like someone was likely to come up behind me at any moment and rip it out of my hands. RECKONING was good, but it wasn’t quite the same level of desperate need to read.

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