» I Will Not Beg, Cherise Sinclair

08 Jul
I Will Not Beg, Cherise Sinclair

I Will Not Beg is book #9 in the Mountain Masters & Dark Haven series by Cherise Sinclair.
I have loved this series (and all series by Cherise Sinclair to be honest) from the very beginning.  Her characters are brilliant!  Her writing is amazing.
I have been a little out of the loop a these past couple of years.  I have been reading continually, but I’m re-reading …

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» Echoes of Fire, Suzanne Wright

22 Mar
Echoes of Fire, Suzanne Wright

Echoes of Fire is book #4 in the spin-off series, The Mercury Pack from Suzanne Wright. It’s a spin-off from the Phoenix Pack series.  Both are fantastic if you’re into Wolf Shifters and romance with a side of kick assery.  I for one am very much in!
Pretty much all of these books can be read as a standalone, but I don’t recommend that.  You would …

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» Awaken The Darkness, Dianne Duvall

25 Jul
Awaken The Darkness, Dianne Duvall

Awaken The Darkness is book #8 in the Immortal Guardians series by Dianne Duvall.
I’m very excited about this book!  If you haven’t read Phantom Embrace (book #5.5) my suggestion is to read it first.  Well, read ALL of them first, but especially 5.5.  Each book can technically be read alone, but you are missing out on a mega shit ton of Immortal Guardian goodness if …

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» Master Bits & Mercenary Bites: Girl’s Night, Lexi Blake

16 Apr
Master Bits & Mercenary Bites:  Girl’s Night, Lexi Blake

Girl’s Night is the second cookbook from Lexi Blake.  I could gush on about Lexi Blake forever, but I’ll try and contain myself.  These cookbooks are so much fun because in between all these pretty fantastic recipes are mini short stories that bring us all up to date on the lives of our favourite characters from Master and Mercenaries as well as Topped.  I cannot …

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» Siren In The City, Sophie Oak

31 Jan
Siren In The City, Sophie Oak

Another re-release of one of Sophie Oak’s books.  Siren in the City is the second in the series and it was every bit as good this time as it was the first.  Better in fact of course because of the integration of the Masters and Mercenaries characters.  Gotta love Ian Taggart!!!  This will be just a follow up review since I have already reviewed this …

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