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Release Day: The King by J.R. Ward

Today is the paperback release of J.R. Ward’s latest Black Dagger Brotherhood novel, The King, by Piatkus. As you all have probably noticed, I love love love this series (I even did an event thing this summer), but sadly I’m still at the fourth book! I’m really looking forward to The King though, because it […]

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Review: Grim Shadows by Jenn Bennett

Title: Grim Shadows Author: Jenn Bennett Series: Roaring Twenties #2 Rating: 3 Stars 325 pages Published June 3rd by Berkley Sensation Review copy received from publisher Goodreads | Amazon | Book Depository The first book in the Roaring Twenties, Bitter Spirits had everything I look for in a paranormal romance. Grim Shadows was a worthy […]

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Release Day: Belle Epoque by Elizabeth Ross

When Maude Pichon runs away from provincial Brittany to Paris, her romantic dreams vanish as quickly as her savings. Desperate for work, she answers an unusual ad. The Durandeau Agency provides its clients with a unique service—the beauty foil. Hire a plain friend and become instantly more attractive. Monsieur Durandeau has made a fortune from […]

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Release Day: Kissing Shakespeare by Pamela Mingle

Miranda has Shakespeare in her blood: she hopes one day to become a Shakespearean actor like her famous parents. At least, she does until her disastrous performance in her school’s staging of The Taming of the Shrew. Humiliated, Miranda skips the opening-night party. All she wants to do is hide. Fellow cast member, Stephen Langford, […]

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Release Day: Monument 14 by Emmy Laybourne

Fourteen kids. One superstore. A million things that go wrong. In Emmy Laybourne’s action-packed debut novel, six high school kids (some popular, some not), two eighth graders (one a tech genius), and six little kids trapped together in a chain superstore build a refuge for themselves inside. While outside, a series of escalating disasters, beginning […]

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