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Blog Tour: The Darkest Day (The 19th Year #3) by Emi Gayle

Blog Tour: The Darkest Day (The 19th Year #3) by Emi Gayle

Today is my stop during the blog tour for the Darkest Day (The 19th Year #3) I have read all 3 books in this series and I can honestly say this is a great series. I’ll share my review of The Darkest Day with you today, there is a guest post about changelings, an awesome poll and a tour wide giveaway. The Darkest Day (The 19th Year #3) by Emi Gayle Blurb: Mac Thorne’s time as a Changeling is coming to an end. It may have taken eighteen years, but Mac did finally manage to do what the Council wanted:… Read more »

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Review: Hidden (Dragonlands #1) by Megg Jensen

Review: Hidden (Dragonlands #1) by Megg Jensen

Hidden (Dragondlands #1) by Megg Jensen Blurb: The mystery enshrouding Hutton’s Bridge is as impenetrable as the fog that descended at its borders eighty years ago. Each year, three villagers enter the mist searching for answers. No one ever returns. Then a dragon falls from the sky to the town square, dead—the first glimpse of an outside world that has become nothing more than a fairy tale to Hutton’s Bridge. Except to Tressa. Tressa grew up with Granna’s stories of the days before the fog fell. When Granna dies, leaving Tressa without any family, Tressa ventures into the fog herself,… Read more »

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Review: Faery Swap by Susan Kaye Quinn

Review: Faery Swap by Susan Kaye Quinn

Faery Swap by Susan Kaye Quinn Blurb: Warrior faery princes can be very stubborn. Especially when they possess your body. Fourteen-year-old Finn just wants to keep his little sister out of Child Protective Services—an epic challenge with their parentally-missing-in-action dad moving them to England, near the famous Stonehenge rocks. Warrior faery Prince Zaneyr just wants to escape his father’s reckless plan to repair the Rift—a catastrophe that ripped the faery realm from Earth 4,000 years ago and set it adrift in an alternate, timeless dimension. When Zaneyr tricks Finn into swapping places, Finn becomes a bodiless soul stuck in the… Read more »

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Best books I read in 2013

Best books I read in 2013

As today is the last day of the year I want to end the year the same way I did last year, with a list of the best books I read this year. Actually this list contains all books I gave 5 stars this year. In total I have read 143 books this year, from those I gave 17 books a 5 star rating this year. Last year I had 26 books on this list. I think I have become even more difficult with dealing out those 5 stars. On the other hand I did gave 70 books a 4… Read more »

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Review: Selling Scarlett (Love Inc. #1) by Ella James

Review: Selling Scarlett (Love Inc. #1) by Ella James

Selling Scarlett (Love Inc. #1) by Ella James Blurb: Elizabeth DeVille doesn’t belong at a party like this – one where the gowns cost more than her Camry and cigars run higher than her grad school utility bills. Dragged out of seclusion by her best friend Suri, Elizabeth is merely playing dress-up, rubbing elbows with a crowd that banished her troubled family years ago. Hunter West is tired. Tired of parties, tired of pretending, and tired of trying to right a wrong that haunts him every day. Bourbon heir and professional poker player by day, by night Hunter is gambling… Read more »

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Review: Unnatural (Holloway Pack #4) by JA Belfield

Review: Unnatural (Holloway Pack #4) by JA Belfield

Unnatural (Holloway Pack #4) by JA Belfield Blurb: Unnatural. One word to sum up werewolf Kyle Larsen—his mood swings, abnormal body, and choice of female. The first two, he blames on the vampire venom. The third, though? No, feline shifter Brook Nicholls was all his doing—a female of whom the pack will never approve. As part of the Coalition, an organisation with even stricter rules than the pack and a rigidly warped sense of responsibility, Brook comes with a whole lot of opposition of her own. No wonder the two of them keep their relationship secret for as long as… Read more »

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Review: Slack by JA Huss

Review: Slack by JA Huss

Slack: A day in the live of Ford (A Rook an Ronin spin-off) by JA Huss Blurb: Ford Aston is not too picky about what he wants out of Christmas. He’s not into this holiday—like at all. He doesn’t do presents, or family dinners, or parties, or church. He does pets. And he’s got one lined up for Christmas Eve. In fact, it’s the highlight of his day. And if he can get through drop-in visits, nosy twelve year olds, an inappropriate conversation with his best friend’s girlfriend, dinner with a family that’s not his, and a party at his… Read more »

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