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Review: Loki’s Wolves (The Blackwell Pages #1) by K.L. Armstrong and M.A Marr

Review: Loki’s Wolves (The Blackwell Pages #1) by K.L. Armstrong and M.A Marr

Loki’s Wolves (The Blackwell Pages #1) by K.L Armstrong and M.A Marr Blurb from Goodreads: In Viking times, Norse myths predicted the end of the world, an event called Ragnarok, that only the gods can stop. When this apocalypse happens, the gods must battle the monsters–wolves the size of the sun, serpents that span the seabeds, all bent on destroying the world. The gods died a long time ago. Matt Thorsen knows every Norse myth, saga, and god as if it was family history–because it is family history. Most people in the modern-day town of Blackwell, South Dakota, in fact,… Read more »

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Blog Tour: Danny by Margo Anne Rhea

Blog Tour: Danny by Margo Anne Rhea

 Today I am part of the blog tour for Danny. Danny is an erotic novella, so for those who don’t like that kind of thing please don’t read further. As part of this post I have my review, an excerpt for Danny and there is a tour wide giveaway to win an 25$ amazon gift card or one of the 4 e-copies. Dannyby Margo Anne Rhea Genre: Contemporary-Erotic RomancePublisher: Entranced Publishing Blurb: Paige Warren is sure she’s come to terms with her impending divorce, until she wakes up in bed with her soon-to-be ex, Danny. Worse yet, the bed belongs… Read more »

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Review: Hearts in Exile (Tallenmere #3) by Mysti Parker

Review: Hearts in Exile (Tallenmere #3) by Mysti Parker

Hearts in Exile (Tallenmere #3) by Mysti Parker I got a copy in exchange for an honest review Blurb: In Tallenmere, fate has a way of catching up with you… Somewhere, hidden in the waters of the Southern Sea, lies an island unlike any other. Within the amber glow of its pyrogem-laden cliffs, legend says the very heart of the dragon god Drae keeps the island, and its occupants, alive. Loralee Munroviel, daughter of Leogard’s High Priestess Arianne, had no idea what she would face when she arrived by boat ten years ago and was left alone in exile. All… Read more »

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Blog Tour: Renhala by Amy Joy Lutchen

Blog Tour: Renhala by Amy Joy Lutchen

I am so excited to be part of the Renhala blog tour. I already have read Renhala some time ago and even posted my review on my blog already. But today I am going to share my review with you again and there is a guest post by Amy Joy Lutchen from Ladimer’s POV! And an awesome giveaway! And you can see the complete the tour schedule. Renhalaby Amy Joy Lutchen  I got an e-copy for review from the author Blurb from Goodreads (the blurb contains small spoilers, my review doesn’t): Kailey Rooke, timid accountant, dedicated to philanthropic work, finds… Read more »

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Review: Fragments (Partials Sequence #2) by Dan Wells

Review: Fragments (Partials Sequence #2) by Dan Wells

Fragments (Partials sequence #2) by Dan Wells Blurb: Kira Walker has found the cure for RM, but the battle for the survival of humans and Partials is just beginning. Kira has left East Meadow in a desperate search for clues to who she is. That the Partials themselves hold the cure for RM in their blood cannot be a coincidence–it must be part of a larger plan, a plan that involves Kira, a plan that could save both races. Her companions are Afa Demoux, an unhinged drifter and former employee of ParaGen, and Samm and Heron, the Partials who betrayed… Read more »

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Blog Tour: Gadget Girl: The art of being invisible by Suzanne Kamata

Blog Tour: Gadget Girl: The art of being invisible by Suzanne Kamata

I am so glad I could be part of the Gadget Girl blog tour! In this post I will have my review, information about the author and a tour wide giveaway which you can enter. You can check out the rest of the tour schedule. Gadget Girl: the art of being invisible by Suzanne Kamata I got a copy for review Blurb from Goodreads: Aiko Cassidy is fourteen and lives with her sculptor mother in a small Midwestern town. For most of her young life Aiko, who has cerebral palsy, has been her mother’s muse. But now, she no longer… Read more »

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Review: Data Runner by Sam A. Patel

Review: Data Runner by Sam A. Patel

Data Runner by Sam A. Patel I got a copy for review from NetGalley Blurb from Goodreads: In the not-too-distant future, in what was once the old City of New York, megacorporations have taken over everything. Now even the internet is owned, and the only way to transmit sensitive information is by a network of highly skilled couriers called “data runners” who run it over the sneakernet. It is a dangerous gig in a dirty world, but Jack Nill doesn’t have much choice in the matter. A brilliant young math whiz and champion of parkour, Jack must become one of… Read more »

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