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Review: Wonderstruck by Allie Therin

Review: Wonderstruck by Allie Therin

Wonderstruck (Magic in Manhattan #3) by Allie Therin My Rating: 3 stars Genre: Paranormal Historical Romance Age Category: Adult Type of romance: MM Blurb: Don’t miss the stunning conclusion to Allie Therin’s Magic in Manhattan series! New York, 1925 Arthur Kenzie is on a mission: to destroy the powerful supernatural relic that threatens Manhattan—and all the nonmagical minds in the world. So far his search has been fruitless. All it has done is keep him from the man he loves. But he’ll do anything to keep Rory safe and free, even if that means leaving him behind. Psychometric Rory Brodigan […]

Posted March 3, 2021 by Lola in Fantasy, Historical, Review, Romance / 1 Comment

Review: You Knew the Price by Susan Kaye Quinn

Review: You Knew the Price by Susan Kaye Quinn

You Knew the Price (Nothing is Promised #2) by Susan Kaye Quinn My Rating: 4 stars Genre: Science Fiction/ Hopepunk Age Category: Adult Type of romance: MF Blurb: The choice you make is the future you create. Climate-driven plagues haunt humanity, and it’s Regional Director Zuri Hill-Gray’s job to keep the clean-energy grid running. Zuri has the perfect life—a beautiful home on the Hillstead, a loving family, and a powerful job keeping the LA Basin’s grid humming. If only she didn’t see the ghost of her dead twin in the mirror. Her grief-counselor husband understands too much, her Aunties Cora […]

Posted February 18, 2021 by Lola in Review, Sci-Fi / 4 Comments

Review: Early Readers Catch the Worms by Carol Beth Anderson

Review: Early Readers Catch the Worms by Carol Beth Anderson

Early Readers Catch the Worms by Carol Beth Anderson My Rating: 4 stars Genre: Non-fiction/ self publishing Blurb: Empower yourself to build teams of alpha, beta, and ARC readers who follow through and help you write better novels! Ever throw an apple away because you found a worm inside? Worms slither into novel manuscripts too … weaknesses and errors that make readers want to throw away a book (or trash it in reviews)! But effective early readers catch those worms. This comprehensive guide will teach you to get results from your alpha and beta readers with these tools: *Practical, step-by-step […]

Posted February 16, 2021 by Lola in Non-Fiction, Review / 3 Comments

Review: Bat Out of Hell by Lidiya Foxglove

Review: Bat Out of Hell by Lidiya Foxglove

Bat Out of Hell (Promised to the Demons #2) by Lidiya Foxglove My Rating: 4 stars Genre: Fantasy Romance Age Category: Adult Type of romance: Reverse Harem Blurb: Three wickedly sexy men are in love with me!? How did that happen to a humble baker like me? I’m still recovering from a sickness, and my beloved Bevan brought me to the faery queen for healing. But the queen herself ordered all three of my suitors to tend to my bedside. There’s Piers, once a power-hungry warlock, now scarred and fallen from grace, clinging to his pride. He reminds me so […]

Posted February 2, 2021 by Lola in Fantasy, Review, Romance / 2 Comments

Review: Learned Behaviors by Jayce Ellis

Review: Learned Behaviors by Jayce Ellis

Learned Behaviors (Higher Education #1) by Jayce Ellis My Rating: 3 stars Genre: Contemporary Romance Age Category: Adult Type of romance: MM Blurb: Two single dads meet at the office where it’s hate at first sight in this new series from acclaimed author Jayce Ellis. Sending his daughter off to college is the proudest day of single dad JaQuan Reynolds’ life. Everything took a back seat to raising her—including his career. He has no idea what comes next, but his newfound freedom is quickly curtailed by a crash deadline at work and the uptight, hovering presence of consultant Matthew Donaldson. […]

Posted January 25, 2021 by Lola in Contemporary, Review, Romance / 2 Comments

Review: The Fighter by Jordan Ford

Review: The Fighter by Jordan Ford

The Fighter (Barrett Boys #2) by Jordan Ford My Rating: 3 stars Genre: Romantic Suspense Age Category: Young Adult Type of romance: MF Blurb: He’ll do anything to save a young girl’s life. She’s a runaway who was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Can a carjacking turn into a partnership that will redeem them both? Deeks: I may be an asshole, but I’d never intentionally hurt an innocent. I had to steal her car, though. To save someone I swore to protect. I’ve screwed up enough times to turn my life into a wreck. But I’m not […]

Posted January 20, 2021 by Lola in Contemporary, Review, Romance, Suspense / 2 Comments