To Seduce an Assassin (The Omaja Series Book 2)

Review: To Seduce an Assassin (The Omaja Series Book 2) by Jayla Jasso

★★★★★ To Seduce an Assassin by Jayla Jasso, the second book in her Omaja series, is an electrifying romantic adventure ...
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Steel, Blood and Fire (Immortal Treachery Book 1)

Review: Steel, Blood & Fire (Immortal Treachery Book 1) by Allan Batchelder

★★★★ There are many fantasy authors who rely too heavily on the work of others, or the favorite tropes of ...
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Bebette by Joseph Barone

Review: Bebette by Joseph Barone

★★★★ Joseph Barone’s existential novel, Bebette, tells the story of Lily, a 12-year-old girl with a rare form of blood ...
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Brightley & Glow

Review: Brightley & Glow by Sophie Carmen, Illustrated by Christina Sanchez

★★★★½ Brightley & Glow is a delightful “sibling” picture book written by Sophie Carmen, with illustrations provided by Christina Sanchez ...
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Seeds of Hatred (Scions Awakened Book 1)

Review: Seeds of Hatred (Scions Awakened Book 1) by Christian Nadeau

★★★★½ In Seeds of Hatred, Christian Nadeau proves that he is more than up to the task of creating an ...
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Taldra: #SciFi Adventures by Duane Simolke

Review: Taldra: #SciFi Adventures by Duane Simolke

★★★★ Taldra: #SciFi Adventures by Duane Simolke is a highly-imaginative sci-fi adventure set in an alternate universe. Geln, working in ...
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Freeing Linhurst by Al Cassidy

Review: Freeing Linhurst by Al Cassidy

★★★★½ Targeted at younger readers, Freeing Linhurst is a thrilling mystery that follows the adventures of Jack Alexander, an intrepid ...
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It is Myself that I Remake

Review: It Is Myself That I Remake by Jaclyn Maria Fowler

★★★★ From great heartache comes even greater happiness and fulfillment…such is the message beautifully conveyed in It is Myself That ...
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Girl Unseen (Beyond the Grave Book 3)

Review: Girl Unseen (Beyond the Grave Book 3) by Athena Daniels

★★★★½ Writing a great mystery, capturing the soul of true romance, and driving the imagination beyond the world we understand ...
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