Series: Princes of Prophecy

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Sniper by L. Ann Marie

Sniper by L. Ann Marie

Sniper is not only the story of Taylor and Beth falling in love, it’s also a story about the love of a family who refuse to let go of one of their own and are determined to help him fight any battle, even if he’s fighting himself. I’ve been waiting for Taylor’s story for a… Read more »

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Coder by L. Ann Marie

Coder by L. Ann Marie

L Ann Marie’s books are fascinating to me, but they need to be read in order to enjoy them. Also, if you are a stickler about editing issues and typos, these aren’t the books for you. Coder is the first of the “next generation” books that I’ve had a bit of a hard time dealing… Read more »

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Enforcer by L. Ann Marie

Enforcer by L. Ann Marie

I have to say that this series is just getting better and better. Enforcer has a lot to love about it. First up, one of the top shooters for the MC is a young woman making her way just fine in a man’s world. When it comes to team leaders of the MC high security,… Read more »

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Leader by L. Ann Marie

Leader by L. Ann Marie

I’ve looked forward to Little Ben’s story since The Princes got their own series. Granted, I’ve been getting a bit annoyed with him and some of his “activities” while waiting for Lily, but he quickly earned my forgiveness and then some. Little Ben has always known Lily was his, but her father’s death and the ugly… Read more »

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Reader by L. Ann Marie

Reader by L. Ann Marie

After the events in the first book in the Princes of Prophecy series, I wasn’t sure about Darren. I guess after being told for so long that Jessie, Darren, and Jess would be together to suddenly being told that Darren and Jess weren’t feeling it, I was just a little thrown. No worries, Darren won… Read more »

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Prophet by L. Ann Marie

Prophet by L. Ann Marie

Let me warn you now, L. Ann Marie’s books are an acquired taste. I’ve become hooked and for the life of me, I have a hard time articulating why. The editing is so bad, half the time I can’t tell you who’s talking, much less who they are talking to. Sometimes the characters are so… Read more »

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