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Review – Countdown to Zero Hour (Black Ops: Automatik #1) by Nico Rosso

Reviewed by: E Ex–Special Forces agent Artem “Art” Diaz is tatooed, muscular and undeniably dangerous. He’s also deep undercover, posing as mob muscle for a deadly bratva boss. His mission: gain the Russians’ trust. Then lead the strike team that will kill them all. Chef Hayley Baskov knows better than to get involved with someone […]

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Quickie Review – Thunder Road (Rain Chaser #1) by Sierra Dean

Reviewed by: E Being Chosen was supposed to be a gift. That’s what Tallulah Corentine’s parents told her when they handed her over to the Rain Chasers on her seventh birthday. It was an honor to be born with a destiny, to be hand selected by the gods before taking her first breath. She should […]

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Joint Review: The Hating Game by Sally Thorne

Lou: A couple of friends recommend this book to me and I have to say I have awesome book friends because The Hating Game was one of the funniest and romantic books I’ve read this year! The Hating Game is an enemies to lovers trope with some swoon-worthy moments, with a hero and heroine I […]

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Joint Review – Illusion Town (Harmony #13) by Jayne Castle

Reviewed by: E & Marlene E: I was very pleased to hear that Castle would be continuing her expansion of Harmony because I really enjoy her futuristic stories. I was also curious to find out what problems or opportunities would appear with the recent, SIREN’S CALL, discovery of a huge underground city with some unusual […]

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Review – Borrowing Death (Charlotte Brody Mystery #2) by Cathy Pegau

Reviewed by: E Suffragette and journalist Charlotte Brody is bracing herself for her first winter in the frontier town of Cordova in the Alaska Territory. But the chilling murder of a local store owner is what really makes her blood run cold. . . After three months in Cordova, Charlotte is getting accustomed to frontier […]

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Review: Night Shift (Midnight Texas #3) by Charlaine Harris

I’m surprised to say that I’m really going to miss these people. The author has always said that the Midnight Texas series was a trilogy, and this was the third book. Also, I remember reading somewhere recently where she confirmed that Night Shift was the last book, but can’t find the site. I picked up […]