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Review: Hide by Nell Pattison

So I’ve learned that I am a sucker for books with purple and blue covers, and apparently ones with snow as well? Perhaps that is merely the sort of thriller I crave when it gets cold, as there are many believable elements within. Anyway, Hide by Nell Pattison is the latest thriller I decided to dive into. Continue reading

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Review: The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling

The Ex Hex was one of my BOTM choices for October. It looked like a light and cute read – one that merged rom-com elements with fantasy, which is absolutely something that I am interested in. Written by Erin Sterling, this series catchphrase should be “Never mix vodka with witchcraft.” Oh! And did I mention that it’s actually the start of a series? Sign me up! Continue reading

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Review: The Girl Before You by Nicola Rayner

The Girl Before You is Nicola Rayner’s debut thriller novel, with psychological and crime elements. In short, it was more than enough to catch this reader’s attention! Continue reading

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Review: Emerald Blaze by Ilona Andrews

Emerald Blaze is the second novel in Catalina Baylor’s story, and the fifth in the Hidden Legacy Series. That means that once again, fans are about to dive into a world full of magic and intrigue. If I’m being honest, it’s one of my favorite worlds/series. Continue reading

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Review: Sapphire Flames (Hidden Legacy #4) by Ilona Andrews

Sapphire Flames is the fourth novel in the Hidden Legacy series, but it doesn’t follow Nevada anymore. Instead it follows her younger sister, Catalina. Like Nevada, Catalina is an amazing investigator, one with unique abilities. Unlike Nevada, Catalina is afraid of her powers. She doesn’t trust herself with them, and one can hardly blame her for that. Continue reading

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