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A Familiar Tail: Witch’s Cat Mystery #1 by Delia James

A Familiar Tail: Witch’s Cat Mystery #1 by Delia James

I’ll be honest and tell you that it was the Portsmouth setting that drew me to this, the first Witch’s Cat Mystery series by Delia James.  I used to live there – and for a setting for magic, there are few places that give a sense of the possible like it. Narrated by Elise Arsenault, please read on for my review of Read more of this post

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White Hot: Hidden Legacy #2 by Ilona Andrews

White Hot: Hidden Legacy #2 by Ilona Andrews

Welcome to my review for the second book in the Hidden Legacy paranormal series by Ilona Andrews. Please read on for my review and an excerpt, check out the tour stops to read more reviews and don’t forget to enter the tour-wide giveaway where one US winner will receive a print copy of BURN FOR ME.  But first

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Daisies for Innocence: Enchanted Garden Mystery #1 by Bailey Cattrell

Daisies for Innocence: Enchanted Garden Mystery #1 by Bailey Cattrell

The first book in the Enchanted Garden Mystery series by Bailey Cattrell is on the blog today, narrated by Vanessa Daniels. Who doesn’t find the series title evocative of favored books from childhood, and the touch of magic possessed by the heroine as she walks us through perfumed and healing herbs is wonderfully compelling. Please read on for my review of the audio version of Read more of this post

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Keystone: Crossbreed #1 by Dannika Dark

Keystone: Crossbreed #1 by Dannika Dark

Jumping in to some Urban Fantasy with Dannika Dark and her newest Crossbreed series. One of my first loves in terms of genres, paranormal and urban fantasy have always been on my pleasure list, and now I get to bring you a review of the AudioBook version of the title, narrated by Nicole Poole.  Please read on for my review of  Read more of this post

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Tempest in the Highlands: The Scottish Relic Trilogy #3 by May McGoldrick

Tempest in the Highlands: The Scottish Relic Trilogy #3 by May McGoldrick

The Scottish Relic Trilogy comes to a close with today’s installment from May McGoldrick. Having read (and enjoyed) the first in this series about gathering pieces of a relic that will grant the possessor powers to do great harm or good depending on their intentions, the scene was set. Please read on for my review of

Tempest in the Highlands

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Lana and the Laird: Untamed Highlanders #3 by Sabrina York

Lana and the Laird: Untamed Highlanders #3 by Sabrina York

As all good things must come to an end, we have reached the final installment in Sabrina York’s Untamed Highlanders series.  Please read on for my review and don’t forget to enter the blog exclusive giveaway where you could win the Entire Untamed Highlanders Series  (HANNAH AND THE HIGHLANDER, SUSANA AND THE SCOT and LANA AND THE LAIRD) by Sabrina York, delivered by Book Depository from I am, Indeed.  But first

Lana and the Laird

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Provoked: Dark Protectors #5 by Rebecca Zanetti

Provoked: Dark Protectors #5 by Rebecca Zanetti

The continuation of the Dark Protectors series, now in audio, from Rebecca Zanetti.  These are stories that are best consumed (for that is what you will do) in order, and today I bring you

Provoked

Kane is the ‘logical brother’, tightly controlling his emotions and edge to apply logic to situations to emerge with carefully laid plans that will aid the Realm in the war.  Read more of this post

Dragon Fall: Black Dragons #1 by Katie MacAlister

Dragon Fall: Black Dragons #1 by Katie MacAlister

There isn’t much I wouldn’t do to read a book by Katie MacAlister, and I’ve read quite a few. Many of the well-worn titles are on my shelf, and several are frequently in my audio rotation when I need something to get my mojo back.  Clever heroines who are just a few steps left of the norm, animals that are more quirky than the March Hare from Alice and drop-dead heroes that scream alpha when they appear on the pages, this story has it all.

Dragon Fall

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