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14

Review: SEAL Wolf Hunting by Terry Spear

Review: SEAL Wolf Hunting by Terry Spear SEAL Wolf Hunting Author: Terry Spear Reviewer: B. Rating: B+ What I’m Talking About: Lori Greypaw has never been subordinate to anyone. Fiercely protective of those she loves, she has always known just what to do to when any of her pack needed comforting. Even as a cub, she was able to soothe the grieving, headstrong son of their fallen leaders. Now, she’d be happy if she could do the same for the man he’s become. Paul Cunningham is alpha to the core. A highly capable SEAL, he’s no stranger to threats and has never backed away from a challenge–especially the she-wolf who has captivated him all his life....
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Jun
10

Review: If You’re Not the One by Jemma Forte

Review: If You’re Not the One by Jemma Forte If You’re Not the One Author: Jemma Forte Reviewer: Nima Rating: D What I’m Talking About: If You’re Not the One had an intriguing premise.  It piqued my interest and I was excited to start the book.  Unfortunately, what began with great promise did not deliver.  Main character Jennifer Wright is dissatisfied with a life that has all the appearances of something good—two healthy kids, slim figure, nice house, two cars, financially able to stay home, with good friends.  Jennifer feels guilty that she’s unhappy and like many depressed people, tries to will herself into gratitude and good spirits.  I was really rooting for her when she got proactive,...
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Jun
8

Review: Powerless by Terra Lynn Childs & Tracy Deebs

Review: Powerless by Terra Lynn Childs & Tracy Deebs Powerless Author: Terra Lynn Childs & Tracy Deebs Reviewer: Gikany & Una Rating: A What We’re Talking About: Powerless is a fabulous start in the new young adult series, The Hero Agenda.  It was a fast paced, riveting, and engaging new novel in a world of Heroes and Villains with super abilities. Gikany and Una really loved the debut book of this series.  Although it is a young adult novel, anyone from a mature junior high student to an adult will enjoy it.  There are some moments of romance and allusions to sex, but nothing graphic. What really is captivating about Powerless is our heroine, Kenna.  She is an...
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May
26

Review: Night of the Highland Dragon by Isabel Cooper

Review: Night of the Highland Dragon by Isabel Cooper Night of the Highland Dragon Author: Isabel Cooper Reviewer: B. Rating: B What I’m Talking About: Judith MacAlasdair has been many things in her centuries of existence: sister, daughter, soldier, and sailor. As a dragon shifter, becoming a wife was never something she allowed herself to consider. But, when terrible events start happening in her village, she can’t help but be intrigued by the handsome, guarded detective who arrives to investigate. Thanks to his many years with the cryptic and secretive D Branch, William Arundell is no stranger to horrors some people are capable of in their pursuit of power. Nor is he so green as to be swayed...
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May
6

Review: Her Wild Hero by Paige Tyler

Review: Her Wild Hero by Paige Tyler Her Wild Hero Author: Paige Tyler Reviewer: Gikany & Una Rating: B What We’re Talking About: Her Wild Hero has been an anticipated read for Gikany and Una since we were introduced to Declan and Kendra in the first novel in the X-Ops series.  Overall we liked Declan and Kendra’s story though there were a few odd elements. The action was so ramped up that it was almost too much.  The majority of the novel spent with our heroes trapped in the jungle, trying to escape overwhelming odds of hybrids.  Although more information was gleaned for the overarching plot lines in the end, the action was almost too much...
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Mar
17

Review: Vampires Never Cry Wolf by Sara Humphreys

Review: Vampires Never Cry Wolf by Sara Humphreys Vampires Never Cry Wolf Author: Sara Humphreys Reviewer: Gikany & Una Rating: B What We’re Talking About: Vampires Never Cry Wolf is the third novel in the Dead in the City series.  Gikany and Una liked the story of Killian and Sadie and we look forward to more in the series. The Dead in the City series has an uncomplicated mythology and character driven stories.  It is filled with light but engaging paranormal romances.  This series is a delightful spin-off from the Amoveo series, and we have really enjoyed it.  We like how these two series are blended together despite with the slightly different mythologies between these two paranormal...
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Feb
18

Review: Of Silk and Steam by Bec McMaster

Review: Of Silk and Steam by Bec McMaster Of Silk and Steam Author: Bec McMaster Reviewer: Jen Twimom Rating: A- What I’m Talking About: For fans of the marvelous London Steampunk series, this is the book we’ve been waiting for. I strongly recommend to start this series with the first book, as there is a long-running overall story arc that concludes with Of Silk and Steam. Readers of the series know that Leo Barrons, acting head of one of the ruling houses sitting on the council of Dukes, isn’t actually the Duke of Caine’s son. A secret he has hidden for nearly his entire life, Leo knows if it is discovered, he will be ruined. Meanwhile, Aramina...
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Feb
17

Reviews: The First Kiss + Kiss Me Hello by Grace Burrowes

Reviews: The First Kiss + Kiss Me Hello by Grace Burrowes The First Kiss Kiss Me Hello Author: Grace Burrowes Reviewer: Nima Rating: B and B+ What I’m Talking About: The First Kiss and Kiss Me Hello are the second and third books in the Sweetest Kisses series.  The First Kiss tells the story of two damaged people, concert pianist Vera Waltham and contract attorney James Knightly. James is the youngest of three brothers who partner together in a family law firm.  He has been damaged by too much life experience.  Vera has been damaged by a lack of it.  From an early age, her career came first and the people around her worked tirelessly to keep her sheltered so...
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Feb
10

Review: Unbound by Sara Humphreys

Review: Unbound by Sara Humphreys Unbound Author: Sara Humphreys Reviewer: Gikany & Una Rating: B What We’re Talking About: Unbound is a short and sweet novella in the Amoveo series. Zach, a guardian and lion shifter briefly introduced in Unclaimed, has accepted that he will never find his mate.  Therefore to live life to the fullest, he heads to the beach for a little rest, relaxation, and recovery from wounds he received in the previous novel. Zach comes to fear that his mate is human which means that even if he mates with her, he will lose his powers anyway.  However, Annabelle is no simple human.  She has a gift of seeing people’s past...
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Feb
9

Review: Jaguar Pride by Terry Spear

Review: Jaguar Pride by Terry Spear Jaguar Pride Author: Terry Spear Reviewer: B. Rating: B+ What I’m Talking About: Although Melissa Overton has worked with other JAG agents before, she never enjoyed her job quite as much as she has since teaming up with her newest partner, Huntley. Her very capable and attractive partner, that is. It’s a shame that they both have significant others. Still, being professional is better for everyone. Or, at least that’s what she tells herself until another urgent assignment puts them in the most unpredictable situation imaginable, and makes her question everything she thought she wanted. Being an elite “Golden Claw” is in Huntley Andersen’s blood. He is a formidable...
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