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Review: Wild Card by Rachel Vincent

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I have a soft spot for Rachel Vincent’s Wildcats series and while this was a fun read it definitely isn’t for everyone. Wild Card focuses on Kaci, the maneater tabby and Justus Alexander, Titus’ younger brother that was turned…

One-Star Reviews: Summer 2017

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I usually skip one-star reviews but have decided to a lot a little round up space for the books I read that don’t end up as enjoyable. I enjoyed Liggett’s Blood and Salt (and I’m looking forward to Heart of Ash)…

Review: First Frost by Sarah Addison Allen

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Garden Spells didn’t need a sequel but it was pleasant to step back into the Waverly house once more. I first picked up Sarah Addison Allen’s Garden Spells after countless Goodreads “you love Alice Hoffman, you will love Sarah Addison…

Review: The Bird and the Sword by Amy Harmon

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The Bird and the Sword by Amy Harmon is another book where the cover drew me in. That cover is beautiful. The story inside, well it could have been more. Harmon has a wonderful lyrical style and her characters started…

Review: An Ember In the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir

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I anticipated not liking this book. I’ve been let down by highly rated books before, which is also why I forced myself to buy the paperback and bring it to the beach on my vacation. Needless to say, this…

Review: Blind Tiger by Rachel Vincent

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Back in my reading swing, I read Lion’s Share and Blind Tiger back to back. Once again this is more paranormal romance than urban fantasy, and it focuses on Robyn (a female stray) and Titus Alexander (alpha of the…

Review: Lion’s Share by Rachel Vincent

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I read Rachel Vincent’s Shifters series in two weeks. Immediately I was in love with her writing, dialogue and characters. I had been reading some less than great books prior to picking up Stray, and was thrilled to see well-developed…

Review: The Rose & The Dagger by Renee Ahdieh

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The Rose & the Dagger has the same beautiful story telling as the first installment. The main difference is the amount of romance. Don’t fret – still a lot of Shazi/Kahlid moments to go around! They just have slightly…