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it's in his kiss

Launch Day Blitz! 87. It’s in His Kiss by Jill Shalvis…

I love Jill Shalvis’ Lucky Harbor series, and couldn’t wait for It’s in His Kiss to get here! Yay! About Jill Shalvis: New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis lives in a small town in the Sierras full of quirky characters. Any resemblance to the quirky characters in her books is, um, mostly coincidental. Look […]

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blood games

Review: 86. Blood Games by Chloe Neill…

It’s time for more Merit & Ethan!! Yay! drey’s thoughts: Ok. Let me start by stating that it’s just about impossible to write a spoiler-free review, since this is the tenth in the series. I mean, y’all want something other than “more Merit & Ethan, yay!!)” right? Consider yourselves warned… Cadogan House has settled down […]

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the debutante divorcee

TLC Book Tour: 85. The Debutante Divorcee by Plum Sykes…

Plum Sykes’ The Debutante Divorcee sounded like a light, fluffy, fun read – and who doesn’t love those? About Plum Sykes: Plum Sykes was born in London and educated at Oxford. The author of the novels Bergdorf Blondes and The Debutante Divorcée and the Kindle Single memoir Oxford Girl, she is a contributing editor at […]

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Review: 84. Havoc by Ann Aguirre…

Y’know, while I’m regretting waiting until recently to read Perdition, I’m kinda glad because I got to inhale Havoc right away… drey’s thoughts: So after the events in Perdition, you’d think maybe Dred would be able to catch a break, and maybe a breath, right? Wrong. So. Wrong. Now, instead of being threatened by her […]

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Review: 83. Perdition by Ann Aguirre…

I’ve had Ann Aguirre’s Perdition on my shelves since it came out last August (*gasp*), you know how life gets in the way… BUT I had to read it now, especially when I’ve just received the second book in this series, Havoc, for review. Thank goodness for publicists!! drey’s thoughts: I loved Ann Aguirre’s Perdition, […]

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fast track

Review: 82. Fast Track by Julie Garwood…

It’s been a while since I read a Julie Garwood, so I had to say “yes!” when offered Fast Track… drey’s thoughts: I loved the premise of the story in Fast Track – a young woman finds out at her father’s deathbed that the mother she thought died in an accident when she was a […]

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not a drop to drink

Review: 81. Not a Drop to Drink by Mindy McGinnis…

I’ve been wanting to read Mindy McGinnis’ Not a Drop to Drink since it was released, and finally got around to it… What was I waiting for?? drey’s thoughts: Lynn’s world is a tough, harsh, and dry one. Water is the scarce commodity, and those who have protect it with their lives, those who don’t […]

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carolyn dingman

TLC Book Tours: 80. Cancel the Wedding by Carolyn Dingman…

I love TLC Book Tours, they’ve introduced me to so many good books – and today’s Cancel the Wedding is another little gem… About Carolyn Dingman: Carolyn T. Dingman lives in her adopted hometown of Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband and two daughters. Cancel the Wedding is her first novel. Find out more about Carolyn […]

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Review & Giveaway: 79. Visions by Kelley Armstrong…

Kelley Armstrong’s second Cainsville novel Visions comes out on the 19th, and I’ve been lucky enough to receive a copy for review! drey’s thoughts: Olivia Taylor-Jones has had a heck of a time since finding out she’s the daughter of serial killers, and even finding her parents innocent of killing the last victims doesn’t make […]

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Boy, do I have a list of lucky ducks to share! Apologies (as usual) for my tardiness… Rebecca Rotert’s Last Night at the Blue Angel goes to Sarah McGuire! Angela Hutter wins a copy of Deborah Harkness’ The Book of Life! Katherine Ivan wins a signed copy of D.B. Jackson’s The Plunder of Souls! And […]

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the forever man

TLC Book Tour: 78. The Forever Man by Pierre Ouellette…

It’s a tour day! Today I have a story set in a future where the possibility of immortality is closer to reality than ever imagined – and the repercussions that come along in its wake… About Pierre Ouellette: Pierre Ouellette entered the creative realm at age thirteen as a lead guitarist for numerous bands in […]

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