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Review: Owl and the Electric Samurai by Kristi Charish

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If you’ve followed my reviews of the previous Adventures of Owl series you know I’m a big fan of Owl and her archaeological hijinks. This is by far the most significant in terms of the direction this series and its…

Review: Idle Ingredients by Matt Wallace

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I’m always a little afraid I won’t love the next installment of this series but Matt Wallace continues to prove me wrong. This quirky world and characters always manage to draw me in to the current hiccup in whatever…

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: Hunt by Rachel Vincent

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I’ve been a fan of Rachel Vincent’s Shifters series for a few years and was surprised I didn’t know about Hunt and the Wildcats series that follows! Hunt serves as a short bridge between the Shifters and Wildcats verse. This is an action-packed…

Review: Pride’s Spell by Matt Wallace

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Matt Wallace does it again, and I’m absolutely loving the third book in the Sin du Jour series. I’ve mentioned before (here and here) how much I enjoy this series so my review Sin du Jour is double-booked, so the…

Review: Owl and the City of Angels by Kristi Charish

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Owl – thief, gamer, and snark expert – has returned in this fun, fast and hilarious sequel to Owl and the Japanese Circus. While Owl’s back to her usual tricks, someone has been stealing under her name and now the IAA…

Review: Owl and the Japanese Circus by Kristi Charish

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Another book recommended to me by my future brother-in-law. I was not expecting much from this book, especially since the title is a bit strange and a little off-putting for a fan of the urban fantasy genre. I was…

Review: Divine Descendant by Jenna Black

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  I remember coming across the first book in this series – Dark Descendent – and loving the dark mythological world Jenna Black created. This forth installment (and final, I guess) was a bit of a disappointment. The plot…

Review: Lustlocked by Matt Wallace

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    I feel like I can’t even talk about this book without spoiling it. But if you seriously want a quick read and laugh, read the second book in the Sin du Jour series. You get introduced to a…