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Now in My Bookbag: True North (Aurora Sky Vampire Hunter), by Nikki Jefford

I like this series by author Nikki Jefford. There are a lot of good ideas, characters that are interesting, and an engaging story. Overall, this series is good. I wish that the overall story arc was condensed into five books … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: Aurora Sky Vampire Hunter, Bad Blood, by Nikki Jefford

Author Nikki Jefford puts a lot of focus on metamorphosis in this book. So many changes. Everything diversifies with every decision made. It is so hard to keep up with what is going on, and who you have become. This is Aurora’s … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: Aurora Sky Vampire Hunter: Northern Bites, by Nikki Jefford

There are interesting kinetics at work in this book. Unlike the first book in the series, this book is jam packed a lot of action, and a rather complex relationship dynamics involving several different characters. Jeffords does a better job of story … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: Rogue (Relentless Book #3), by Karen Lynch

What a fascinating story idea! The girl from the coast of Maine is transformed into an excellent leader, an amazing fighter, and a woman in her own right. Author Karen Lynch does an amazing job developing Sara’s character, and her … Continue reading

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In My Bookbag Again: The Clockwork Angel, by Cassandra Clare

It has been a very long time since I first read this book. I have read it several times since then, but I have never written a review. This book is captivating from the very start. Author Cassandra Clare does … Continue reading

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A Straightforward Story is Good: REAWAKENED by Lisa McCourt Hollar

Sometimes I enjoy a good straightforward stripped down story. A story that is free of all the extraneous descriptions (that sticks to the action of the story) is something that will appeal to a certain audience of readers. **A Few Spoilers Here** … Continue reading

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