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Sep 23
Mini-Review Monday – The Lunar Chronicles

Mini-Review Monday – The Lunar Chronicles

This series surprised me.  I didn’t think I’d be interested in it.  The idea of a cyborg Cinderella intrigued me but not enough to go out and buy the first book in the series, Cinder.  Then the reviews started coming in and bloggers I follow and enjoy began to sing… Read more »

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Sep 12
Review – Ashes on the Waves by Mary Lindsey

Review – Ashes on the Waves by Mary Lindsey

There are certain keywords and story settings that are like crack to me.  If I see them in a blurb or in a synopsis, I can’t help it.  I hit the “buy” button immediately.  Those words include “gothic” and “romance;” those settings include small towns.  And if they happen to… Read more »

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Sep 09
Mini-Review – Dark Currents by Jacqueline Carey

Mini-Review – Dark Currents by Jacqueline Carey

Dark Currents is such a fun and original book.  Its heroine, Daisy Johanssen, is half human and half incubus, and an agent of the Norse goddess, Hel.  She’s basically the supernatural police in the small town of Pemkowet, a hotbed of otherworldly activity.  A murder of a mundane, or human,… Read more »

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Aug 28
MINI-REVIEW – Conjure by Jennifer Snyder

MINI-REVIEW – Conjure by Jennifer Snyder

  Full disclosure:  what drew me to CONJURE by Jennifer Snyder was its cover.  Very rarely do you see people of color on the covers of paranormal books and I was immediately interested in reading this particularly for that reason.  As a person of color myself, I crave stories that… Read more »

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Aug 26
MINI-REVIEW – Catalyst by Jennifer Snyder

MINI-REVIEW – Catalyst by Jennifer Snyder

  I think I may like the premise of this book more than the book itself.  I’m a sucker for small southern towns, magic, and mystery and that’s exactly what this book offers.  Addison mysteriously inherits a house from her biological grandmother in a small seaside town in Georgia.  She… Read more »

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