Monthly Archives: July 2016

Now in My Bookbag: Relativity, by Antonia Hayes

This is a fairly well-written book. Ethan is the one character who is truly likable. Everyone else harbors some dirty little secret. The plot contains far too much technical jargon, and I feel that the book would benefit from assessing … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: A Measured Risk, by Natasha Blackthorne

This book is an erotic, steamy, historical romance. It contains graphic bondage, dominance, and submission. This story revolves around two enjoyable characters, Anne and Jon. The prologue describes a terrible carriage wreck during which one of the horses tragically kills her husband. After … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: The Sicarii: Hired Gun Serial (1-4), by A. J. Bennitt & Julia Crane

This is a violent, intense, erotic, paranormal story. It is hot, steamy, and action packed. Most of the scenes are really graphic. I really enjoyed the plot and the emotional drama. However, the descriptions and verbiage used in the sex scenes were … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag:The Dollhouse in the Crawlspace, by Ellen Byerrum

This book is well written and has every element needed to create a captivating novel. Amnesia, double identities, secrets, lies, and an evil genius… It is impossible to put this book down. The characters are complex. The story is imaginative … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: Torn (Book #2 of the Wicked Trilogy), by Jennifer L. Armentrout

This is an excellent follow up to Wicked. The story is more intense and exciting. However, it is a seamless continuation. The ongoing story of Ren and Ivy is fascinating. Tink becomes an even more entertaining character as he reveals his … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: 1981 – Jessie’s Girl (a Love in the 80’s Novella), by Lindy Zart

This second book in the New Adult Mix is a very good read. I love the author’s take on the Jessie’s Girl writing prompt. It is well imagined. The foundation of the story is built on a post high school road … Continue reading

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Perfekt Balance (Aere Saga Book 3) – S.T. Bende

Originally posted on Textual Love:
Become what you believe. Elsa Fredriksen knows there’s a thin line between love and fear. As High Healer, she rights the wrongs committed by those who choose the darkness. But even Asgard’s secret weapon can’t…

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Now in My Bookbag: 1980: You Shook Me All Night Long (a Love in the ’80s Novella), by Casey L. Bond

I wasn’t sure what to expect from this series of novellas. If the rest of the 80s are as good as 1980, I will be totally impressed. I thought that the plot of this book was very imaginative, and I … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: Wrecked (Clayton Falls Novel #3), by Alyssa Rose Ivy

This is another great book in the Clayton Falls series. Author Alyssa Rose Ivy continues to build on the familiar world of Clayton Falls, as well as the characters who I have come to love. I am happy that Jake … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: Veer (Book 2 of the Clayton Falls Series), by Alyssa Rose Ivy

This book is so enjoyable. It is well-written, and develops the plot and characters in an excellent way. Becca is positive that she doesn’t want to start a relationship, because she is only in Clayton Falls for the summer. Gavin … Continue reading

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