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Feb
28

Sunday Snippet: Craveheart by KT Grant

Sunday Snippet: Craveheart by KT Grant  About the Book Craveheart: The Forbidden Tale of the Loch Ness Monster   Author:  KT Grant Publisher:   Self-published Released:  February 4, 2016 Genre:  Supernatural/Paranormal Erotica Author contact links:   Blog, Facebook, Goodreads, Romance Novels, Tumblr, Twitter, Website Purchase links:  Amazon, All Romance eBooks, Barnes and Noble, Google Play, iTunes, Smashwords Snippet Upon reaching a bend in the path, the trees and foliage broke apart to show a large body of water in front of her. She stopped at the shoreline, enthralled. It was the Loch Ness! Here the fog wasn’t as thick, and the moon above shimmered on top of the water. Looking left and then right, the vast lake went on for miles....
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Feb
21

Sunday Snippet: Mated in Mist by Carrie Ann Ryan

Sunday Snippet: Mated in Mist by Carrie Ann Ryan About the Book Mated in Mist Author:  Carrie Ann Ryan Publisher:   Self-published Released:  February 16, 2016 Series:   Talon Pack #3 Genre:  Paranormal Romance Author contact links:   Website Purchase links:  Amazon, ARe, Barnes & Noble, Google Play, iBooks, Kobo Snippet Ryder’s wolf pressed into him, needing Leah’s touch more than air. The man, however, knew better than that and refused to give in. Though the pain in Leah’s scent was palpable, he wasn’t about to do what his wolf wanted to do—claim her so they alone could care for her. They sat in Walker’s living room since his home was attached to the clinic. They hadn’t called for the entire family...
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Feb
14

Sunday Snippet: Supernatural Fog by Louisa Klein

Sunday Snippet:  Supernatural Fog by Louisa Klein  About the Book Supernatural Fog   Author:  Louisa Klein Publisher:   Lost in Fiction Released:  February 14, 2016 Series:   Supernatural Freak #2 Genre:  Urban Fantasy Author contact links:   Amazon, Facebook, Goodreads, Instagram, Twitter, Website Snippet   The demon is gigantic. Like, twenty feet tall. At least. It appears to be made of thick, white-hot volcanic rocks. Looks like a sort of evil Ben Grimm of the Fantastic Four. Only bigger. Much, much bigger. And it’s spitting lava and fire, of course. What fun would there be, if it wasn’t spitting lava? “A little help here, Morgan?” I shout while dodging a jet of lava as big as the Pope’s car. “No,...
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Jan
25

Review: Graveyard by William C. Dietz

Review: Graveyard by William C. Dietz Graveyard Author: William C. Dietz Reviewer: Una Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: I’m a little sad to say that Graveyard is the final book in the Mutant Files trilogy.  The plight of Detective Lee stopping the Bonebreaker (before he captures her) reaches its climax and resolution along with a few other elements along the way.  I really enjoyed this final novel in the trilogy though I am going to be a bit sad to say goodbye to this world. *****Please note this is the final book in a trilogy and therefore would be spoilerish.  I recommend starting with the first book, Deadeye so you can truly enjoy the overall...
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Jan
17

Sunday Snippet: Echo by Lorena Glass

Sunday Snippet: Echo by Lorena Glass  About the Book Echo   Author:  Lorena Glass Publisher:   MyInkBooks.com Released:  February 1, 2015 Series:   Echo Trilogy #1 Genre:  Time Travel/Fantasy Historical Romance Author contact links:   Amazon, Goodreads Purchase links:  Amazon, Goodreads Snippet She didn’t remember the moment of her birth. But she did remember—with perfect clarity—the moment of her rebirth.  She remembered every detail, to the finest point, of the moment she was reborn; an impossibility in an impossible world… 1. When the time traveler opened her eyes, she was standing on a beach, staring at the ocean.  The pure, clean smell of the salty air was strong, even though it was raining. She didn’t care. The girl...
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Jan
15

Review: Redzone by William C. Dietz

Review: Redzone by William C. Dietz Redzone Author: William C. Dietz Reviewer: Una Rating: B+ What I’m Talking About: Redzone is the second novel in the futuristic detective series: The Mutant Files.  Detective Lee’s quest to capture the Bonebreaker is further complicated along with a bit of tough self-discovery and her knack for making new enemies. I liked this sequel more so than the previous novel, Deadeye. Part of my increased enjoyment was that there were less points of view than the previous novel.  We were able to be in Lee’s head for longer periods, along with the Bonebreaker, with less side-point of views.  Though, the additional POVs were necessary and fascinating. However, maybe it was...
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Jan
10

Sunday Snippet: Sibilance by Aria Kane

Sunday Snippet: Sibilance by Aria Kane  About the Book Sibilance   Author:  Aria Kane Publisher:   Self-published Released:  November 15, 2015 Series:   Woodland Creek Shifters Genre:  Paranormal Romance Author contact links:   Facebook, Newsletter, Twitter, Website Purchase links:  Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Goodreads, iTunes, Smashwords Snippet Plain metal shelves lined the walls of the adjoining room. A single always-on fluorescent square safety light lit the corner by another door that probably lead into a main hallway of the facility. The shelves held maintenance supplies, not medical ones. Uttering a few choice words, Sophia leaned against a shelf and scanned the dim room for a lab coat or anything she could cover her naked body with. Her head spun...
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Dec
31

Review: Blood Kiss by J.R. Ward

Review: Blood Kiss by J.R. Ward Blood Kiss Author: J.R. Ward Reviewer: Una Rating: B What I’m Talking About: Blood Kiss is the debut novel in Ms. Ward’s spin-off series, Black Dagger Legacy.  For fans of the series, it is a fascinating look at how the Black Dagger Brotherhood will increase the number of soldiers along with checking in on previous couples.  Those new to the world may enjoy it, but won’t have the full appreciate as followers will. I enjoyed the continuing story of Marissa and Butch: that the happily-ever-after (HEA) continues but not without work and choice.  The fact that Butch tries to shield Marissa, even though her work brings her face to...
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Dec
20

Sunday Snippet: Deep Down by Mia Hopkins

Sunday Snippet: Deep Down by Mia Hopkins About the Book Deep Down Author:  Mia Hopkins Publisher:  Wild Rose Press Released:  November 20, 2015 Series:   Kings of California #1 Genre:  Contemporary Erotic Romance Snippet Using a tap on the dock, Sam filled a clean bucket with water. He grabbed his openers and shoved the pointed end of the tool into the keyhole opening on the underside of one of the urchins. Sam’s hands were big and strong looking, with long fingers and neat, squared-off tips. The backs of his hands were rough and peppered with scars. His movements were deliberate and exacting―almost like a chef’s. He split the shell, pulled the bright yellow roe, and dumped the spiny shells...
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Dec
16

Review: Clockwork Samurai by Jeannie Lin

Review: Clockwork Samurai by Jeannie Lin Clockwork Samurai Author: Jeannie Lin Reviewer: Una Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: I have waited for the sequel to Gunpowder Alchemy, the novel ended with so many questions.  Suffice to say, Clockwork Samurai does not disappoint, though I will say the plot thickens. At the conclusion of the previous novel I was left with a few questions.  What will happen between Chang-wei and Jin?  Will they be able to quell the rebels?  Will they be able to stop the British invasion?  Though none of these issues are resolved, each plot thread does progress.  The plight of Jin’s country is gripping – made more so by the issue of...
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