Posts Tagged: Romantic

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Review: Star Hero: A Star Series Novella (Star #4.6)

Review: Star Hero: A Star Series Novella (Star #4.6)

November 24, 2017 Review 0

STAR HERO is a novella sequel to THE CHAMPION OF BARESH (re-released as STAR CHAMPION) which I adored, so I jumped at the opportunity to return to Baresh, the smelly, dirty mining town under a glass dome. Baresh is a world crawling with packs of wild dog-like creatures, mobs of feral children and overwhelming despair.

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Review: Deja New (Insighter #2) by MaryJanice Davidson

Review: Deja New (Insighter #2) by MaryJanice Davidson

November 8, 2017 Review 0

DEJA NEW follows DEJA WHO with the same amount of humor, sarcasm, and interesting storytelling. Between the characters’ parenthetical inner monologues, flashbacks, and footnotes, DEJA NEW is a creatively told romance with a heavy dose of mystery. 

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Review: Hard Breaker (Gargoyles #6) by Christine Warren

Review: Hard Breaker (Gargoyles #6) by Christine Warren

November 2, 2017 Review 0

HARD BREAKER is a fun, action-filled book that works shockingly well as a standalone book especially considering it is the last book in a series. The flashback introduction helps set the world of Guardians/gargoyles and magic in just a few pages getting you up to speed on the who, why, and what of the overall story arc.

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Review: Grigori (Brothers of Ash and Fire #1), Lauren Smith

Review: Grigori (Brothers of Ash and Fire #1), Lauren Smith

October 4, 2017 Review 0

GRIGORI is a modern fairy tale set in Russia, in deep dark libraries, high rise condos, and sprawling estates in the forests. It stars fun new mythology and just enough tropes to be fun.

Madelyn is a university professor on sabbatical, researching dragon mythology in Russia, when she stumbles on a secret and gets kidnapped by the very rich, very imposing Grigori.

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Early Review: Sparked by Malena Watrous and Helena Echlin

Early Review: Sparked by Malena Watrous and Helena Echlin

October 2, 2017 Review 0

SPARKED starts with a smolder rather than a true burn, carefully introducing the characters and their home life. Despite the sluggish start, I was thoroughly hooked once more details of Ivy’s disappearance were revealed, along with the mysterious love interest.

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