Tag: Dark

Taunting Destiny by Amelia Hutchins

Taunting Destiny by Amelia Hutchins

I’m going to let my inner geek run loose for a minute. For me, Taunting Destiny is the Empire Strikes Back of the Fae Chronicles. The dark and emotional overtones that just settle on top of you while watching that movie is the same feeling I had while reading this…. Read more »

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Taking Turns by J.A Huss

Taking Turns by J.A Huss

“No girl with her shit together says yes to this kind of offer.”  Well at least one girl does, or otherwise I wouldn’t be writing this review!  I rarely consider beginning a review with a quote, but it echoed my thoughts after reading the synopsis and what went through my… Read more »

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Justice Ascending by Rebecca Zanetti

Justice Ascending by Rebecca Zanetti

I’m a fan of Rebecca Zanetti’s Scorpius Syndrome series and have been waiting for Justice Ascending for a while. I can’t seem to get enough of these uber-alpha heroes and the women that they are drawn to. These men aren’t for the faint of heart, they are bossy, in charge,… Read more »

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Vicious by LJ Shen

Vicious by LJ Shen

Well, I’ll be! I am more surprised than anyone else that I am busting at the bit to talk about this book. There are quite a few LJ Shen books on my TBR list, and it was the constant talk of Vicious that pushed me to take the plunge and… Read more »

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The Siren by Tiffany Reisz

The Siren by Tiffany Reisz

The Original Sinners series by Tiffany Reisz is one of my favourite series. I was recently asked about the latest book. It’s important to note that this is a story that unfolds in a certain order. This led me to want to share my thoughts on the first book that kicked off… Read more »

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Pretty Lost Dolls by Ker Dukey and K. Webster

Pretty Lost Dolls by Ker Dukey and K. Webster

Hell’s Bells! Wow, this story is intense. Benny is Sick, Sick Sick! He is a man with a fixation with dolls, only trouble his can’t differentiate between a living person and an inanimate toy. His confused state of mind, which is a result of a horrific childhood, caused me to… Read more »

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Vice by Callie Hart

Vice by Callie Hart

I went into Vice with high anticipation with both the Blood & Roses and the Dead Man’s Ink Series being favourites of mine, and I assumed that Vice would be no different. While the writing was good, it was the entertaining, witty banter I missed. It was evident there was… Read more »

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Explicit Detail by Scarlett Finn

Explicit Detail by Scarlett Finn

Well, I enjoyed Explicit Detail much more than Explicit Instruction! While Rushe wasn’t done stressing the importance of adhering to his instructions, his attitude notably tampered down. There was more scope for Flick to be herself this time. I loved the grown-up version of Nancy Drew she was projecting. Their… Read more »

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