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Good Vampires Go to Heaven: Deadly Angels #8 by Sandra Hill

Good Vampires Go to Heaven: Deadly Angels #8 by Sandra Hill

I’m loving the humor in Sandra Hill’s books. Up today, the latest in her Deadly Angels series.  Please read on for my review and excerpt, check out the tour stops to see what other readers thought, and don’t forget to enter the tour-wide giveaway where you could win one of 2 Print copies of GOOD VAMPIRES GO TO HEAVEN (U.S. Only)

Good Vampires Go to Heaven

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Size Matters: A Perfect Fit #1 by Alison Bliss

Size Matters: A Perfect Fit #1 by Alison Bliss

Offered the opportunity to both read and listen to this title for review, the first in the new A Perfect Fit series from Alison Bliss is laugh-out-loud funny with a nice side of sweet. Narrated by Violet Strong, please read on for my review of

Size Matters:

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Her Royal Comeuppance by Sabrina York

Her Royal Comeuppance by Sabrina York

 

There are many anthologies out there, and I’m just not possessed of the time to read them all (as much as I may wish to).  But, I can read a story or two from a collection now, and provide you with an opportunity.  Please read on for my review of

Her Royal Comeuppance

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The Scottish Duke: Duke Trilogy #1 by Karen Ranney

The Scottish Duke: Duke Trilogy #1 by Karen Ranney

The opportunity for a Victorian Era romance series isn’t a frequent one, but the Duke Trilogy from Karen Ranney is just that. Now available, please read on for my review and excerpt, be sure to check out the tour stops to see what other readers thought and then, be sure to enter the giveaway where you could win One of 3 paperback copies of THE SCOTTISH DUKE (U.S. Only)

The Scottish Duke

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To Capture What We Cannot Keep by Beatrice Colin

To Capture What We Cannot Keep by Beatrice Colin

 

I’m always looking for the new and different in my reading, and this story, set in Paris during the construction of the Eiffel Tower was just what I needed. Written by Beatrice Colin, and a December 2016 Indie Next selection, please read on for my review of

To Capture What We Cannot Keep

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The Jakkattu Vector: Jakkattu #1 by P.K. Tyler

The Jakkattu Vector: Jakkattu #1 by P.K. Tyler

Welcome to my review of a new title from P.K. Tyler (also known as Pavarti K. Tyler) and her new Sci-Fi dystopian read.  I got super early peeks at this title as it was in ‘conception’ form, and as with all of her work, the ideas and twists are gripping and intelligent. Please read on for my review, check out an excerpt, read a quick interview and be sure to enter the giveaway where you could win a Kindle Fire, a Signed Paperback Copy of The Jakkatu Vector, a set of Paperbacks from P.K. Tyler or a Special Jakkattu Vector bookmark.

The Jakkatu Vector

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The Orphan Mother: A Novel by Robert Hicks

The Orphan Mother: A Novel by Robert Hicks

Initially drawn to this historic fiction title by Robert Hicks simply from the description: I love historic fiction and the ability to reframe situations and time periods in ways that are often more accessible than a drier non-fiction tome.  Please read on for my review of

The Orphan Mother

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