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Review: Untamed by Victoria Green and Jinsey Reese

Review: Untamed by Victoria Green and Jinsey Reese

Untamed (Untamed #1) by Victoria Green and Jinsey Reese Blurb: Rich, beautiful, and wild, Reagan McKinley has everything she needs…but nothing that she wants. That is, until she spends one hot night in the arms of sexy, unbridled Dare Wilde. She’s a girl trapped in a rigid world she desperately wants to escape, and he’s an untamed artist with an attitude, hell-bent on freeing her—body, mind, and soul. But Reagan’s life is not her own, and Dare is not welcome in it. She can’t include him in her carefully-controlled, extremely public lifestyle…and yet she cannot give him up. Will a… Read more »

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Review: Camp Payback by JK Rock

Review: Camp Payback by JK Rock

Camp Payback (Camp Boyfriend #2) by JK Rock Blurb Alex has big plans for camp this year, starting with making it the best summer ever. Having fun and breaking some rules will get her the payback she wants against her parents and her ex-boyfriend. Because of his disgusting texts, she’s headed to a super strict all-girls school in the fall. Then she meets Javier and revenge doesn’t seem nearly as important as getting to know the troubled loner determined to keep a low profile at camp. But Alex’s trouble-magnet personality and Javier’s need to stay in the background don’t mix… Read more »

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Review: Claiming Callie by Paige Rion

Review: Claiming Callie by Paige Rion

Claiming Callie by Paige Rion Blurb: Her love of Michael Kors might be her downfall. Callie Cartwright is a college senior on the verge of graduating and getting the job of her dreams. But her illustrious shopping habit and expensive tastes backfire when her future employer gives her an ultimatum. She has less than six months to lower her debt or she’ll lose the job she’s worked so hard for. His secret crush may be his undoing. Dean Michaels has everything going for him. He’s a manager at the local coffee shop, a sophomore in college, star of the university… Read more »

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Review: Third Daughter by Susan Kaye Quinn

Review: Third Daughter by Susan Kaye Quinn

Third Daughter (The Dharian Affairs Trilogy #1) by Susan kaye Quinn Blurb: The Third Daughter of the Queen wants her birthday to arrive so she’ll be free to marry for love, but rumors of a new flying weapon may force her to accept a barbarian prince’s proposal for a peace-brokering marriage. Desperate to marry the charming courtesan she loves, Aniri agrees to the prince’s proposal as a subterfuge in order to spy on him, find the weapon, and hopefully avoid both war and an arranged marriage to a man she does not love. Third Daughter is the first book in… Read more »

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Review: Free Souls by Susan Kaye Quinn

Review: Free Souls by Susan Kaye Quinn

Free Souls (Mindjack Trilogy #3) by Susan kaye Quinn Blurb: When your mind is a weapon, freedom comes at a price. The final installment of the Mindjack Trilogy is here! Four months have passed since Kira left home to join Julian’s Jacker Freedom Alliance, but the hole in her heart still whistles empty where her boyfriend Raf used to be. She fills it with weapons training, JFA patrols, and an obsessive hunt for FBI agent Kestrel, ignoring Julian’s worries about her safety and repeated attempts to recruit her for his revolutionary chat-casts. When anti-jacker politician Vellus surrounds Jackertown with the… Read more »

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Review: The Other Me by Suzanne van Rooyen

Review: The Other Me by Suzanne van Rooyen

The Other Me by Suzanne van Rooyen Blurb: A Harmony Ink Press Young Adult Title Fifteen-year-old Treasa Prescott thinks she’s an alien. She doesn’t fit in with the preppy South African private school crowd and feels claustrophobic in her own skin. Treasa is worried she might spend life as a social pariah when she meets Gabriel du Preez. Gabriel plays the piano better than Beethoven, has a black belt in karate, and would look good wearing a garbage bag. Treasa thinks he’s perfect. It might even be love, as long as Gabriel doesn’t find out she’s a freak. As Treasa… Read more »

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Review: Fate Core System

Review: Fate Core System

This review is a bit different then normal. Today I review the Fate Core system book, which is a handbook to learn the tabletop roleplay game Fate Core. Fate Core System by Leonard Balsera, Brian Engard, Jeremy Keller, Ryan Macklin and Mike Olsen Blurb: A High Priestess of the barbarian hordes, an undead Wild West gunslinger, and a Second Lieutenant of the Intergalactic Security Forces are about as different as they come, but they’ve got one thing in common: they need a strong engine to drive their stories. Fate Core is that engine. Fate Core is the latest evolution of… Read more »

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