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Review: Bonbons and Broomsticks by H.Y. Hanna

Review: Bonbons and Broomsticks by H.Y. Hanna

Bonbons and Broomsticks (Bewitched by Chocolate #5) by H.Y. Hanna Rating: 4 stars Genre: Cozy Mystery Blurb: Caitlyn is settling into life as a novice witch in an English village chocolate shop – although she’s finding the hardest magic to master is making caramel sauce without burning it! When two men are murdered, and a mythical black hound is seen haunting the countryside, the village gossips are sure dark witchcraft is to blame. Caitlyn decides to do a little magical sleuthing of her own. Luckily, she has her very own shape-shifter to help (even if he does come in the… Read more »

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Review: Deadly Games by Karen Rock

Review: Deadly Games by Karen Rock

Deadly Games (Dallas after Dark #2) by Karen Rock Rating: 3 stars Genre: Romantic Suspense Blurb: ONE NIGHT ONLY Special Agent Katherine Bowden doesn’t do girls’ nights out. She doesn’t do blazing hot dances with male strippers or unbelievable, uninhibited one-night-stands. If you ask her ex, all she does is work: study evidence, profile criminals, track them down. And now Katherine’s back home in Dallas, with a new set of all-male colleagues second-guessing her every move, and a possible serial killer hunting women just like her. But just this once, Katherine is going to try all those things she doesn’t… Read more »

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Review: Captured by Dragons by Lidiya Foxglove

Review: Captured by Dragons by Lidiya Foxglove

Captured by Dragons (Brides of the Sinistral Realms #2) by Lidiya Foxglove Rating: 3 stars Genre: Paranormal Romance/ Reverse Harem Blurb: “Is it so bad to belong to us? This is what you’re in for, every day of your life. Your pleasure feeds us and we want nothing more than to give you as much of it as possible.” Since Dakota was a little girl, she wanted to believe in magic, pretending to be a queen of witches even after most girls were starting to date. After her friend Edie falls in love with three sexy demons, the real world… Read more »

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Review: The Mermaid’s Return by Kellie McAllen

Review: The Mermaid’s Return by Kellie McAllen

The Mermaid’s Return (The Siren #3) by Kellie McAllen Rating: 4 stars Genre: POaranormal Romance/ Reverse Harem Blurb: A mermaid on a mission, four sexy, human mates, and a destiny divided between two worlds. Thrust into an intriguing world of merfolk she never knew existed, Coral is awed and inspired by their dual existence. And after unexpectedly finding the one person who knows the truth about her past, Coral realizes she’s lived most of her life under a spell of lies. Determined to free her people from the deception that’s held them captive, Coral returns to her underwater home. But… Read more »

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Review: Mistake of Magic by Alex Lidell

Review: Mistake of Magic by Alex Lidell

Mistake of Magic (Power of Five #2) by Alex Lidell Rating: 4 stars Genre: Fantasy Romance/ Reverse Harem Blurb: Three trials stand between Lera and exile. Unless the training kills her first. Quint magic has never chosen a human before, and the Elders Council is convinced Lera is a mistake. When the quint refuses to be cleaved apart, the enraged elders give them a choice: exile from Lunos or demotion to the lowest of trainees. Subject again to the humiliations and deadly trials they endured centuries ago, the males now face a new challenge—training Lera to survive. River, Shade, Coal,… Read more »

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Review: Shift of Destiny by Carol Van Natta

Review: Shift of Destiny by Carol Van Natta

Shift of Destiny (Ice Age Shifters #2) by Carol Van Natta Rating: 4 stars Genre: Paranormal Romance Blurb: There is no such thing as magic, or sexy shifters. Or… is there? Moira Graham’s car breaks down in the tourist town of Kotoyeesinay, Wyoming. She’s on the run. Again. A crazy billionaire wants to possess her ability to predict the future, but it’s not a “gift.” It’s simple guesswork. Magic doesn’t exist. And this quirky town—which uses elves, fortune tellers, and fairy-tale gimmicks to draw tourists in—isn’t helping. Roving carpenter Chance McKennie is a prehistoric shifter on the lookout for a… Read more »

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Review: Zero Flux by Carol Van Natta

Review: Zero Flux by Carol Van Natta

Zero Flux (Central Galactic Concordance #2.5) by Carol Van Natta Rating: 4 stars Genre: Science Fiction Romance/ Space Opera Blurb: A couple investigating murder on a cold planet discovers their first challenge is staying alive. Forensic investigator Luka Foxe has begun a new life with Mairwen Morganthur (Overload Flux), and left his troubled past far behind. Only a plea from his old friend and mentor can lure him back to investigate a violent crime scene frozen in an ice cave. Unfortunately, Luka’s old friend knows far more than he’s telling, which could get them all killed, even with security specialist… Read more »

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