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Review: Romancing the Stars

Review: Romancing the Stars

Romancing the Stars: 8 Short Stories of Galactic Romance and Adventure by Sabine Priestley, Carysa Locke, Aurora Springer, Melisse Aires, Veronica Scott, Lyn Brittan, Kyndra Hatch and Lea Kirk Rating: 4 stars Blurb: Welcome to Romancing the Stars! With eight short stories of romance and adventure, you’re sure to find a happily ever after. From space pirates to cyborgs, alien planets to psi sex, we’ve got you covered at every heat level. New to Science Fiction Romance? This collection is the perfect introduction! Lots of romance balanced by sci-fi elements. Strap yourself in, fire the boosters, and enjoy your transport… Read more »

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Review: The Immortality Cure by Tori Centanni

Review: The Immortality Cure by Tori Centanni

The Immortality Cure (Henri Dunn #1) by Tori Centanni Rating: 4 stars Blurb: Henri Dunn was damn good at being a vampire until her immortality was forcibly ripped away from her. Six months ago, Henri was made into an unwilling test subject for serum V-504: The Immortality Cure. Now, after almost a century of being an immortal monster, Henri is human again and she’s not loving it: her body aches, she has too many mortal needs, and the other vampires shun her as a Blood Traitor. All she can do is keep her head down and bide her time until… Read more »

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Review: All-Butter ShortDead by H.Y. Hanna

Review: All-Butter ShortDead by H.Y. Hanna

All-Butter ShortDead (Oxford Tearoom Mysteries #0) by H.Y. Hanna Blurb; Gemma ditches her high-flying job and returns to Oxford to follow her dream: opening a traditional English tearoom serving warm buttery scones with jam and clotted cream, and fragrant tea in pretty bone china… Only problem is–murder is the first thing on the menu and Gemma is the key suspect! And the only people Gemma can turn to for help are four nosy old ladies from her local Cotswolds village – not to mention a cheeky little tabby cat named Muesli. Who was the mysterious woman Gemma met on the… Read more »

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Review: Saven Defiance by Siobhan Davis

Review: Saven Defiance by Siobhan Davis

Saven Defiance (Saven #3) by Siobhan Davis Rating: 4 stars Blurb: THE TRUTH ISN’T ALWAYS EASY I’ve promised to protect those I love. But someone is lying to me. Will I discover the truth in time to save him? With war looming in outer space and the Earthen government forced into hiding, the battle for ultimate world domination is only just beginning. Having accepted her identity, Sadie sets out on a daring quest with her friends, which takes them deep into alien territory. Fraught with tension and danger, the journey is not an easy one, especially when previous adversaries become… Read more »

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Review: Bound by Faerie by W.B. McKay

Review: Bound by Faerie by W.B. McKay

Bound by Faerie (Stolen Magic #1) by W.B. McKay Rating: 4 stars Blurb: Sophie Morrigan inherited many magical gifts from her death goddess mother. Most of them inflict torture, except the most beautiful. That one kills. As an agent for the Faerie Affairs Bureau, Sophie loves retrieving dangerous magical objects. The job lets her indulge her covetous nature, and most importantly, it pays the bills. But when a routine job goes south, she finds herself struggling to keep her deadly magic in check while fleeing the wrath of an enraged dragon. In a desperate search for answers, Sophie stumbles across… Read more »

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Review: The True Calling Short Story Collection by Siobhan Davis

Review: The True Calling Short Story Collection by Siobhan Davis

The Short Story Collection (True Calling #4) by Siobhan Davis Rating: 4 stars Blurb: This short story collection contains bonus stories set in the True Calling world, including: Torn Apart – narrated by Cal Remus, this story explains what happens to Cal at the end of True Calling. Endings and Beginnings – narrated by Anneka Skyee. Perfect Moment – this story is set two years after the end chapter of Destiny Rising. Join all your favorite characters as they celebrate a very special wedding. Under the Mistletoe – this story follows the main characters at Christmas, and it’s set four… Read more »

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Review: A Brit on the Side by Brenda St. John Brown

Review: A Brit on the Side by Brenda St. John Brown

A Brit on the Side (Calder Castle #1) by Brenda St. John Brown Rating: 4 stars Blurb; Bea’s English escape plan: • Work in a real British castle • Quality time with bestie • Figure out what spotted dick really is • Fall for bestie’s older brother. Hard. Bea Gillespie would rather do anything than teach summer school math two classrooms down from her ex-fiancé. So when her best friend, Scarlett, invites her to England for the summer to work in her family’s castle-turned-hotel, she jumps at the chance. Now Bea’s an ocean away from her problems at home, but… Read more »

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