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September 2013
 
 
 
 
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Book Review: Double Time (Sinners on Tour #5) by Olivia Cunning

Double Time is the last book in the Sinners On Tour series, and I read it second (after Wicked Beat). I don't recommend doing that unless you don't mind some major plot spoilers, and you definitely don't want to start with Doub...
 
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Book Review: Six Ways From Sunday (Southern Scrimmage #1) by Mercy Celeste

Six Ways from Sunday by Mercy Celeste My rating: 5 of 5 stars There is just something about Mercy Celeste’s writing that pulls me in and completely captivates me. Six Ways From Sunday was a fairly short read, but intense ...

 
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Book Review: A Wild Ride (The Bullriders #1) by Andrew Grey

This story has a lot of heart. The characters feel authentic and their dialogue sounds like life-long Texans actually talk (especially older folk who live in more rural areas), making it easy to slip into the story world. As a ...
 
 
Paranormal Romance
 

Micro-Review: Hers to Cherish (Verdantia #3) by Patricia A. Knight

One of my favorite aspects of the story, aside from the smoldering sexual chemistry between Steffania and Ramsey, is that it's edgy. Bad things sometimes happen to the characters and it gives the story weight amidst all the sin...

 
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Early Book Review: Hard As it Gets (Hard Ink #1) by Laura Kaye

Hard As It Gets is the first story in the hard ink series, full of sexy ex-special forces military men with a score to settle. Oh and it's set in a tattoo parlor. Does it get much better than that? It started a little slow...
 
 
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Early Book Review: Celtic Moon (Celtic Wolves #1) by Jan DeLima

This story continually adapts to the events of the overarching plot, a butterfly effect leaving behind new growths of budding storylines and future possibilities. The pace lags a little between the 50 and 80 percent marks, but ...
 
8.9

 
 
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Micro-Review: Bridge (A Shade series short story) by Jeri Smith-Ready

I picked this up as a quick filler read to get a feel for Ms. Smith-Ready's style and was completely sucked in by her artistry. Without giving too much away, seeing as how this is a short story and uncovering the story nuances ...
 
 
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Book Review: Once (Gypsy Fairy Tale #1) by Dana Michelle Burnett

Burnett's jump-off for her new series is short, sweet, and to the point. It reads as a first book probably should. It sets up the characters and main conflicts with palatable, if not always great, finesse. With a stable start ...
 
7.9