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Now in My Bookbag: Facing the Lutha, (The Lutha Chronicles Part 2), by MJ Haag

Facing the Lutha is such an exciting conclusion to The Lutha Chronicles, and I am very pleased that Haag completed the story that she began in Escaping the Lutha. The characters are fascinating… especially Tink. The original installment was released as … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: Storm, (Phantom Islanders, Book 1 – Part 1), by Ednah Walters

I am very excited by the idea of a pirate-based story, and have looked forward to this release. Before reviewing this installment, I feel I should disclose that I am not a fan of a book released in serial form, … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: Torn, (The Pteron Chronicles, Book #1), by Alyssa Rose Ivy

I have so looked forward to Hailey’s story. She is such a fascinating character from The Crescent Chronicles. She also makes an appearance in several of the other Chronicles, and is so captivating, she is one of my favorites. This … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: Goddess (Runes Series), by Ednah Walters

I just finished my second read through of this book, thus my delay in reviewing. This book is an enjoyable read. I feel as though it starts a bit slowly, and spends a lot of time rehashing a scene involving … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: Carlos’ Peace, by Melissa Haag

I am completely enamored with the Judgement of the Six Series by Melissa Haag. This series is so intricate, blending six points of view, (one from each book), into one overreaching, complex story. Haag’s incorporation of a companion series is … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: Thomas’ Heart, (Judgement of the Six Companion Series), by Melissa Haag

Thomas’ book is the companion to (Un)Bidden, Charlene’s story. This book takes a character that was sort of developed in Charlene’s story, and makes him totally complex. The glimpses into Thomas’ mind, feelings, and evolution are fascinating. The beginning immediately … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: The Lost Codex, (The Collector’s Society Book #4), by Heather Lyons

This book has a decidedly different feel than the first three books. The story takes a darker tone, and there is a lot more psychological drama. While there isn’t a lot more character development, (most of that is done in … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: Warrior, by Karen Lynch

This is the perfect companion book for the Relentless Series. Told from Nikolas’ point of view, it is written as a seamless comparison to Sara’s point of view. Author Karen Lynch adds so much depth and complexity to Nikolas’ character. … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: Hunt, (The Grizzly Brothers Chronicles Book #1), by Alyssa Rose Ivy

This is not my favorite of the many Chronicles by this author. However, most of the characters are developed, the world-building is good, and the plot is a really good set up for the next books in the Grizzly Chronicles. … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: In All My Life, by Ciara Knight

I find this story imaginative and very well written. It deals with a truly serious topic. The ‘sweet romance’ takes a backseat to this grave issue. Knight deals with both in a meaningful way. She has put a lot of thought … Continue reading

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