Author: Thea Harrison

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Lionheart by Thea Harrison

Lionheart by Thea Harrison

Moonshadow, the first book in Thea Harrison’s series of the same name, knocked my socks off and earned a permanent place on my reread shelf. Spellbinder, the second book in the series, had some amazing high points but in the end garnered a decent rating, but not a gushing one. As for Lionheart, I loved… Read more »

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Planet Dragos by Thea Harrison

Planet Dragos by Thea Harrison

This is the last book from Dragos and Pia’s POV which completely breaks my heart. Dragos is who I hold all dragon heroes up to and very few can measure up. In perfect dragon fashion he is extremely confident in himself (some would say conceited), alpha through and through, commanding, and growly (but in a… Read more »

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Kinked by Thea Harrison

Kinked by Thea Harrison

When I read Lord’s Fall, it was pretty obvious that Quentin and Aryal loved to hate each other. In fact, the term love and hate walk hand in hand kept coming to mind when they both verbally and physically sparred. Boy was I right. In fact, this book could have been titled Hate Fuck. Their chemistry… Read more »

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Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison

Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison

Sometimes I think I could be crowned the Re-Read Queen at Edgy. When I’ve got a lot going on or when I’m working on something that takes all my concentration, like now, new books can be all kinds of distracting so I reach for my old favorites. For some reason or another, I was banging… Read more »

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Moonshadow by Thea Harrison

Moonshadow by Thea Harrison

Moonshadow is the perfect example of why we don’t do our Top Ten of the year list until the year is completely over.  I freaking adored this book. I kind of wish I’d read it on December 31 so I could honestly say I ended the year with a bang! It was that awesome. I like… 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 choose from.  When I looked… Read more »

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