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May 31, 2015

Book Review: Asking For It (Asking For It #1) by Lilah Pace #GTBA15

Asking For It strictly follows the prime directives of kink: Safe, Sane, and Consensual. The characters use safe words, negotiate limit lists (both what they will or won't do for "now" and for "ever"), and pre-plan their scenarios. There is an intimate level of trust established that is sacred and binding, and both characters respect what that represents and how it protects them while also binding them together even as total strangers. For those who enjoy the non-con subgenre of romance, Asking For It is a rare find.
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February 1, 2015

Book Review: Being Sapphire (New Atlanta #2) by Sylvia Ryan

*** This review is SPOILER-FREE! Read on with confidence! ***

As I finished the epilogue for Being Sapphire (available on Sylvia Ryan’s website) – tears literally streaming down my face – all I could think was “Wow. Just, wow.” What a great story, in what is shaping up to be a truly epic series. Considering this is only book #2 of what is likely to be a trilogy – and being such a big fan of scifi and fantasy, where a story arcing over a mere three books long is barely considered a series – I don’t use the word “epic” lightly. If you haven’t read Being Amber, the first book in this [...]

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December 15, 2014

Book Review: Burn For Me (Hidden Legacy #1) by Ilona Andrews

The magic in this story universe is an innovative mix of innate genetic ability and physical spell work based on arcane glyphs and circles- like something straight out of a high fantasy novel. Magic has boundaries - meaning it doesn't give even the Primes, the most powerful of mages - limitless potential. I haven't enjoyed an urban fantasy book this much since the first Night Huntress book, and that series is one of my all time favorites! This series has a lot of potential and should appeal to lovers of paranormal romance as much as fans of urban fantasy, thanks to the solid writing of team Ilona Andrews and their fierce, daring characterization of Rogan and Baylor.
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August 3, 2014

Book Debrief: A look inside the scintillating psychology of The Flesh Cartel by Rachel Haimowitz & Heidi Belleau

The Flesh Cartel by authors Rachel Haimowitz & Heidi Belleau should not be considered a romance. It is a brilliantly crafted work of dramatic fiction about human sex trafficking, based on real psychology and a fairly plausible chain of events. This story is not for everyone, and readers will react to it in a variety of ways. It is brutally honest in the telling, and the resolution at the end of the story is just as compelling as the complete absence of hope throughout its middle. The Flesh Cartel was originally released in the serial format, in nineteen individual novella-length segments over the course of nearly two years. This delivery in itself is brutal, considering how [...]

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