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March 22, 2017

Fighting Attraction (Redemption #4) by Sarah Castille #BookReview #EarlyReview

Fighting Attraction is all about conflict, the push and pull of life and love and soul-deep needs. Both main characters are a study in contrasts. Jack Caldwell is the encouraging, good-natured gossip king of the Redemption gym, but he's a true sadist at heart, and a painful past has taught him to keep that part of himself locked away. Penny Worthington is an adorable pastel- and pearl-wearing British gal with a penchant for death metal and bad boys, and her secret is so damaging, only a few people in her entire lifetime have known. The way their dark needs fit together—and yet also clash so painfully—weaves the gritty undertone that sets this story apart from typical fighter romances in [...]
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March 2, 2017

Ashwin (Gideon’s Riders #1) by Kit Rocha #VideoReview #BookReview #EarlyReview

This book is the perfect introduction to Sector One—and Gideon's Riders in particular. Ashwin's mission to infiltrate the Riders is the perfect opportunity to sweep the readers along on a journey of initiation, and rites of passage, and the first experiences unique to Sector One. Readers new and old will adore Ashwin and savor his dance with Kora and the Riders.
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February 16, 2016

Beyond Ruin (Beyond #7) by Kit Rocha #BookReview

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

Holy mama.

Shit. Just. Got. REAL! Beyond Ruin didn’t pull any punches…or shots. This book is a veritable symphony of complex psychology chasing dangerous revolution, laced liberally with unexpected violence.

“I spent seven years keeping a psychopath wrapped around my little finger. If you think you present a challenge after that, your ego is even bigger than your cock, and I’m happy to trim either for you.”

Beyond Ruin is big. Big in heart, big in drama, and big in surprise moments. This story chronicles the coming together of the [...]

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May 25, 2015

Early Book Review: Shards of Hope (Psy-Changeling #14) by Nalini Singh

If you're considering reading Shards of Hope, you're probably already a fan of Nalini Singh's Psy-Changeling series. If not, and you're looking to try it out, start from the beginning with Slave to Sensation. Fans of Singh know she is a master of the slow burn, and that technique meshes perfectly with her Psy-Psy couple romances. We've already seen a few Arrow stories, so I was a little worried about Aden and Zaira coming off as tired or repetitive, but I shouldn't have been. This is Nalini Singh: she never disappoints.
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