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Review: Redwood and Wildfire by Andrea Hairston

Redwood and Wildfire is the latest read in my fantasy/historical fiction stint that I’ve been working so hard on. This novel has a lot to offer written by Andrea Hairston, as it merges many of my favorite fictional elements together. Continue reading

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Review: Ruby Fever by Ilona Andrews

Pardon me as I squeal. I can’t believe it’s time for the sixth novel in the Hidden Legacy series! For those new to the world, Ruby Fever is the sixth novel of the series but the third novel following Catalina Baylor. Continue reading

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Review: This Might Hurt by Stephanie Wrobel

Can we just take a minute to talk about this cover? This Might Hurt, written by Stephanie Wrobel, has an incredibly evocative cover. You can immediately tell that it’s suspense, quite possibly domestic suspense, before ever laying hands on the book. Continue reading

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Review: All the Horses of Iceland by Sarah Tolmie

If you love horses, magical tales, or stories stemming from Iceland, then you’ve got to look into All the Horses of Iceland by Sarah Tolmie. Admittedly the title of this story is very on the nose, but that is far from being a bad thing. Continue reading

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Review: Rise of the Mages by Scott Drakeford

I love randomly coming across debut novels and giving them a try. The latest debut novel to come across my desk is Rise of the Mages, by Scott Drakeford. This is a new epic fantasy novel that I’m always on the lookout for (and I know I’m not the only one). Continue reading

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Review: Salt and Sugar by Rebecca Carvalho

There is something so charming about romance and food, don’t you think? Perhaps I was so drawn to Rebecca Carvalho’s Salt and Sugar. This YA novel has a bit of a twist in that it is both romance and a retelling of Romeo and Juliet – bakery style. Continue reading

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Review: Beach Wedding by Michael Ledwidge

Beach Wedding by Michael Ledwidge is perhaps a bit of a paradoxical title, as who would ever picture something horrible happening at a beach wedding? And yet this read is very much a suspenseful thriller book, making it perfect for those that love the genre. Continue reading

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Review: The Way Spring Arrives and Other Stories Anthology

I sincerely believe that The Way Spring Arrives and Other Stories Anthology is the biggest work of love and passion I’ve seen in quite some time. This anthology collects nineteen short stories exploring Chinese science fiction and fantasy. Continue reading

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Review: The Atlas Paradox by Olivie Blake

The Atlas Paradox is the long-awaited second novel to Olivie Blake’s The Atlas series. And let me tell you – I’d been counting the days to this beauty! Once again, I got into this series after Tor picked it up, so I can’t comment on how the first novel read when it was indie published. Continue reading

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Review: A Restless Truth by Freya Marske

A Restless Truth is the second novel in Freya Marske’s The Last Binding series, and I’ve got to say: I am in love. If you’re hoping for a sapphic experience full of mystery, adventure, and more, you’ve got to check out this latest installment. Continue reading

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