Two Timing by Audra North

I remember I’ve enjoyed the first title in this series, so before reading this one, I went back to my review of Giving It Up. And then I remembered why I enjoyed it.

Having said that, it’s vastly different than book one.

I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review

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Derek Brewer, a detective working with Warren Davis (from Giving It Up), is standing in for his recovering addict brother at his new job, a janitorial position with a firm hiring him. He’s mad as hell at his brother for being the bad twin thus forcing Derek to be the good twin most of their lives, but at the same time, he’ll do anything he can to help him. Especially now that Alden has 3-year-old daughter to care for. And Derek will do anything for his niece. Read More »

Goodbye Paradise by Sarina Bowen

GPquote1I love it when a new world is spread before me in a book. And I love it even more when that world is actually a world I know, only told from a different angle.

That’s exactly what Goodbye Paradise is.

My thanks to Enn Bocci and Sarina Bowen for a copy of this book.Read More »

Special Announcement & Cover Reveal by Cora Carmack

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From New York Times bestselling author Cora Carmack, comes the highly anticipated fourth standalone title in her Rusk University Series, ALL CLOSED OFF! A passionate story and journey, get ready to be mesmerized with Stella’s story! ALL CLOSED OFF is coming your way May 1, 2017!Read More »

The Night Mark by Tiffany Reisz

I think the only other fantasy story Tiffany Reisz wrote previously is a novella involving Kingsley, but I’m not sure… regardless, The Night Mark is a superbly written novella with some history, altered reality, and time travel. And an epic love story. Natch!

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Do you remember in The Bourbon Thief there was this island where they used the special trees to make the whiskey barrels? This island plays a part in The Night Mark. It’s quite adorable, to be honest, and gave me warm fuzzies. The island’s existence (and his owner) is the only connection, though.Read More »