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Release Day Blitz: Something About Us by Riley Hart

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SOMETHING ABOUT US
SAINT AND LUCKY BOOK 2
RILEY HART
M/M ROMANCE
RELEASE DATE: 08.15.18

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Lucky moving his life from Cottage Grove to LA so that he can be with Saint is basically what dreams are made of. Small town boy moving to the big city, on the other side of the country, no less. Finding himself in cocktail parties, seeing how the other half lives. It was both awkward (for Lucky) and very sweet. Continue reading “Release Day Blitz: Something About Us by Riley Hart”

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The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Fall by Deborah Wilde

Ahhhhh beware of the ending of this one. It’s a doozy.

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Um… when Deb decides to set things off in the weirdest way, she holds nothing back. So the last book ended with a semi-cliffy with Rohan leaving for LA, leaving Nava after she saved his magic, but gotten herself hosting Lilith within her. Continue reading “The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Fall by Deborah Wilde”

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Sugar Dragon by Ellis Leigh

What a fun one. I love Ellis’s little cheeky serials. And this one is an adorable, sexy, shifter romance that’s like no other you’ll read.

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One of the trio managing Cake-ily Ever After bakery is a flirty (somewhat go around) Ginger. She doesn’t think insta-love mating is her thing. She wants to control her future and not have the fates decide for her. She’s a human in a village of shifters, and knows it’s better for her to just enjoy life. Continue reading “Sugar Dragon by Ellis Leigh”

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As Dust Dances by Samantha Young

This story, the 2nd in the Play On series, has zero similarities to the first. I think the only thing in common is that they’re both set in Scotland (not even the same city, though).

Another thing is, that they’re both very good reads.

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Buskers had always fascinated me. Such talented people, having to live on the streets (though I realize some don’t) and work for few coins. When I read that the heroine here is actually a busker I was instantly intrigued. From her thoughts and actions it was clear her being homeless was a conscious choice, so I didn’t feel sorry for her situation. I was, though, incredibly curious. Continue reading “As Dust Dances by Samantha Young”