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REVIEW: Ride for Me – V R Baucke

Review VR Baucke is a new author for me, but I can wholeheartedly say I’m now a fan. I adore this author’s writing style and the way she weaves a story that’s both compelling and heartwarming. Ms. Baucke also uses quite a bit of Kiwi slang–some of which I had to look up, lol–and it […]

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REVIEW: The Revenge Plan by Linda Kage

  Linda Kage is a new author to me. I’ve heard her name floated around the romance community here and there, but this is the first time I’ve read a book of hers. I have to say, though, that after reading this book, it most definitely will not be my last read by Linda Kage. […]

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Wolf Hunted – Sadie Moss

Ugh. Sadie Freaking Moss has done it again. Alexis has been in and out of hospitals all her life, diagnosed with an incredibly rare and life-threatening disease. When four extremely attractive but dangerous men–who just so happen to be wolf shifters–barge into her life, guns drawn, and tell her that her entire life has been […]

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Santa Baby – J.C. Valentine

This was a short and to-the-point story that somehow managed to have a lot of depth and heat, despite the small length. I’m normally one for long books, but I have to say that Ms. Valentine packed a whole lot in a small amount and I didn’t feel like I was missing out on anything. […]

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Resilience – Alicia Rades

I loved the first book in this series and I knew I needed to read the next as soon as it came out, and to my immense excitement, I was able to read an ARC copy *cue crazy dancing* And I have to say, this book certainly does not disappoint. It’s just as good as, […]

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Monte – Kyle Perkins and Lila Vale

BLURBTrigger Warning: this is a dark erotic novella that contains scenes of a graphic nature that may be offensive to some readers. Please be aware of this and continue at your own risk. A realist through-and-through, Victoria Wyric lives a practical life; she has no patience for the whimsical. Her friends are believers, however, and […]

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