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Jun 05
{ARC Review} Love Potions by Michelle M. Pillow

{ARC Review} Love Potions by Michelle M. Pillow

Love Potions is the first book in the Warlocks MacGregor series. It follows one of the MacGregor sons, Erik. I think that each of the books will follow a different member of the MacGregor clan, which will be very exciting because it is easy to see from this story how tight knit their family is. It is also so much fun to watch them joke around with each other. The MacGregors are a bunch of pranksters. And throw magic into the mix, and well let’s just say that some of their pranks get a little inventive. And all of the MacGregors are as hot as sin, so you know their romances are going to be great. And Erik’s certainly was. Erik is used to getting everything and everyone that he wants. Girls have a tendency to throw them him, so when he meets his next door neighbor and she doesn’t give into him right away, he seems to be a little off kilter. I liked that Lydia was so strong… Read more »

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May 27
{Review+Giveaway} See You in Hell by Demelza Carlton

{Review+Giveaway} See You in Hell by Demelza Carlton

I read See You in Hell right after I finished the short little prequel called Welcome to Hell. You certainly don’t need to read Welcome to Hell first though in order to understand See You in Hell. See You in Hell starts out with Mel starting a job in the Hell Corporation, which stands for the Health, Environment, Life and Lands Corporation. (Welcome to Hell just showed Mel’s job interview for her temp position.) Melody Angel is an angel, working as a temp in the Hell Corporation to try and see if the rumors that Lucifer is there and planning some sort of big takeover are true. Mel thinks that the CEO, Luce Iblis could be Lucifer himself. I loved See you in Hell. It was funny as heck, well planned out and executed and ended up going in a completely different direction that I originally thought it would. Mel is a wonderful character. She breaks all the stereotypes for angels. She is as good as they come, but she… Read more »

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May 26
{Review} Shifting Fates by Aubrey Rose & Nadia Simonenko

{Review} Shifting Fates by Aubrey Rose & Nadia Simonenko

Shifting Fates is a shifter Urban Fantasy written by Authors Aubrey Rose and Nadia Simonenko. I am such a huge fan of Nadia that I knew I just had to read this new series. The first two books are already out, and I think the third book is coming out soon. It is a really interesting concept. The story takes place in the future in the city where New York used to be. There was a war and some kind of disease they came from a bomb explosion, and it turned some people into shifters. They shift into all kinds of animals. Some of them turn into monsters, and because of that they are killed on sight pretty much. Bindi is a shifter and as such she has to live in hiding. She takes care of some orphaned kids and teenagers that were also turned into shifters. She steals extra rations from the city to get enough supplies and food for them to eat. I wasn’t sure if they were… Read more »

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May 24
{Forward Letter+Giveaway} A Sweet Life Boxed Set: Fourteen Contemporary Romances by Bestselling Authors to Benefit Diabetes Research

{Forward Letter+Giveaway} A Sweet Life Boxed Set: Fourteen Contemporary Romances by Bestselling Authors to Benefit Diabetes Research

Foreword by #1 New York Times Bestselling Author Debbie Macomber A SWEET LIFE I have no memories of my paternal grandmother. My best guess is that I was barely four years old when she died. But, I like to think I inherited my love of knitting from her. My older cousins tell the story of sitting in a semi-circle in front of her rocking chair and watching her crochet. Her fingers moved at a frantic speed as she rocked back and forth. The amazing part is that she was sound asleep and snoring! My father, who was the youngest boy, was basically raised by his oldest sister, my aunt Betty, because my grandmother was diabetic. She was often tired and sickly, spending the majority of her time in bed. Another memory my cousins have shared with me is of our grandmother boiling her hypodermic needles because she was insulin dependent. My father and three of my uncles were also diabetic and, by the end of their lives, insulin-dependent as well…. Read more »

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May 07
{Review+Giveaway} The Echoes of Love by Hannah Fielding

{Review+Giveaway} The Echoes of Love by Hannah Fielding

The Echoes of Love takes place in Italy, which was a large part of the reason that I picked up the book. I have always wanted to travel to Italy. This was my first Hannah Fielding book and I chose it because so many of the reviews said that she has beautifully descriptive writing. Holy cow! I felt like she transported me TO ITALY through her words. At times I felt like there was more description and scene setting than there was plot advancement, but that was part of the beauty of this book. The writing was so pretty. I could say flowery or poetic and romantic, but to me pretty is the best way to describe it. It made me feel like I was reading an epic love poem between Venetia and Paolo. The thing that I loved the most about Venetia was her job. She was decent as a character too, but her job as always fascinated me. She’s an architect and a restorationist, working mostly in Mosaics…. Read more »

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