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Book Review: The Wolf Who Played With Fire by Sarah Mäkelä

Posted by on Jul 11, 2014 in 4 rating, Book reviews, Review by Eva | 0 comments

The Wolf Who Played With FireThe Wolf Who Played With Fire
Author: Sarah Mäkelä
Series: Cry Wolf, book 2
Publisher: Kissa Press LLC
ASIN: B00L1WNCB0
Source: From author for review
Buy it here: Amazon
Sarah Mäkelä’s website
 
 
Mira Brooks is prepared to take on the werewolves to save her wolf in this riveting installment of the Cry Wolf series. Mira feels that Etan is giving in the wolf and she is going to lose him to the pack if an unknown enemy doesn’t get him first.
 
Mira captivates the readers in this steady to fast paced plot as she tries to get a handle on all the drama going on in her life. The author ensures that she does just that with well written scenes and details that draw the reader deeper into the story and of course the other strong compelling characters don’t exactly take a back seat as they contribute their own drama to the mix.
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Book Review: Enslaved By the Others by Jess Haines

Posted by on Jul 10, 2014 in 3.5 rating, Book reviews, Review by Beth, Uncategorized | 1 comment

18693994Enslaved By the Others
Author: Jess Haines
Series: H&W Investigations, book 6
Publisher: Zebra
ISBN-10: 1420124048
ISBN-13: 978-1420124040
Source: From publisher for review
Buy it here: Amazon | Book Depository
Jess Haines’s website
 
 
Shia wakes up in a room with the sociopathic vampire Max. He starts to drill Shia with questions. The first thing she does is try to escape. Her attempts end up leading her to discover that not only is Max a crazy vampire murder, but also a dealer in human trafficking. Because of the continued problems that Shia causes him, he ends up putting her in a different part of his home, near his bedroom. Shia’s defiance only grows with Max’s abuse. Her best friend and business partner, Sara is brought in to control her.

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A look back at the first half of 2014

Posted by on Jul 9, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

We’ve past the halfway point for 2014 (check your calendar if you don’t believe me) so we wanted to go back and highlight some of our favorite and most popular posts from the first six months of the year, just in case you missed them.
 
 
Sping-Vacation-FINAL
 
Author guest posts and site discussions posts:
 
Darynda Jones guest post
Guest post and giveaway from Meljean Brook
Thoughts on Rereading: The Fall of Atlantis by Marion Zimmer Bradley
 
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Book Review: Vipers Run by Stephanie Tyler

Posted by on Jul 8, 2014 in 4.5 rating, Book reviews, Review by Eva | 0 comments

19486415Vipers Run
Author: Stephanie Tyler
Series: Skulls Creek, book 1
Publisher: Signet
ISBN-10: 045147046X
ISBN-13: 978-0451470461
Source: From publisher via NetGalley
Buy it here: Amazon | Book Depository
Stephanie Tyler’s website
 
 
This thrilling action paced takes readers on a roller coaster of danger, romance, drama and passion. Vipers Motorcycle Club member goes rogue to protect his club from a rival club from his past and when he call for help endangers his friend and the young woman who works for him. Now he’s made it his mission to protect her, but Calla has her own secrets…secrets that threaten to tear her and Cage – and the Vipers MC- apart.
 
This fast paced and smooth flowing plot keeps readers on their toes with lots of well orchestrated action and suspense that is believable and exciting. The author brings the story to life with well written scenes and details that make it easy for the reader to get lost in this dangerous world and the strong compelling characters are understood and grab the reader’s attention from the very beginning. Spine tingling chills and thrills abound throughout the book from Cage’s enemy as well as the one from Calla’s past.
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