Author: Cat Porter

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Dagger In The Sea by Cat Porter

Dagger In The Sea by Cat Porter

Be prepared to fall in love with Greece and relish in the romance it nurtures. Edgy’s virtual Buddy Read of Dagger In The Sea was quite the experience. Sparkles got there early and teased us with her updates. I do need to disclose that Cat Porter asked Sparkles’ to proofread… Read more »

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Spice’s Top Ten of 2016

Spice’s Top Ten of 2016

I can’t say I’ll be sorry to see 2016 go because in many ways it kicked my ass. Because of this, I found myself turning to a lot of rereads of my comfort authors so I was a little worried I wouldn’t have enough 5 star worthy new reads to… Read more »

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EDGy’s Best Books of 2016

EDGy’s Best Books of 2016

Even though Lily usually does the end of year post, every year I’m the one who gets everyone started, so I’ve decided to hijack add to the post and tell you what goes on behind the scenes of these top ten lists. We get attached to our favorite books and paring… Read more »

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Blood & Rust by Cat Porter

Blood & Rust by Cat Porter

Reading Blood & Rust reminded me of driving down smooth roads with scenery that makes you want to stop and explore a bit and then suddenly finding yourself on twisty, turny, bumpy roads that give you that bottom dropped out feeling. I wouldn’t start reading this right before bed. You… Read more »

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Wolfsgate by Cat Porter

Wolfsgate by Cat Porter

This book took me completely by surprise. And I loved it. …(Give me a second while I finish fangirling) Ok, Wolfsgate was not what I expected. I had finished reading Lock & Key, Ms. Porter’s previous work and after reading the blurb, I was ready for a gritty, twisted, historical… Read more »

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Lock & Key by Cat Porter

Lock & Key by Cat Porter

Holy. Shit. That pretty much sums up my thoughts on Lock & Key. But let’s take it a step at a time. This is a gritty kind of story. It’s raw. It’s dark. It’s freakin’ fantastic. It’s so engagingly written that you can’t stop reading even when you are hating… Read more »

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