Tag: Humor

In The Unlikely Event by L.J. Shen

In The Unlikely Event by L.J. Shen

LJ Shen’s book, In The Unlikely Event took me on an unexpected virtual trip to Ireland. Having recently spent a holiday there, all the talk of sheep, small towns, potted flowers and painted doors made me smile. The story itself, though, was different from what I had anticipated. You see,… Read more »

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Neanderthal Seeks Human by Penny Reid

Neanderthal Seeks Human by Penny Reid

  Neanderthal Seeks Human was my introduction to Ms. Reid’s writing and it was love at first read. I read it some time ago, but just realized I’ve never written a review for it. Janie’s life seemed to fall apart all in one swoop. She found out her boyfriend cheated on… Read more »

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Hounded by Kevin Hearne

Hounded by Kevin Hearne

Although I’ve always been a romance reader, I’ve also been a Fantasy/Paranormal fan ever since my preteen self found The Hobbit way back when. While on a long road of recovery this year, I‘ve wandered a bit from my strict romance diet. I’ve reread all my Patricia Briggs and Ilona… Read more »

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Perfectly Adequate by Jewel E. Ann

Perfectly Adequate by Jewel E. Ann

  I loved this book so much! LOVED IT! It was funny and sweet, interesting and unique. It was a little more on the angsty side than what I usually can handle, but I literally couldn’t put it down. Good thing I started reading it on a Saturday and that… Read more »

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Pushing His Luck by Kira Archer

Pushing His Luck by Kira Archer

  If you’re in the mood for a light, fun and sexy read Pushing His Luck will be a great choice! Charley’s luck isn’t really the best. A traumatic event in her past left her in desperate need to keep control of everything at all times… and like a self-fulfilled… Read more »

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Shadows by Suzanne Wright

Shadows by Suzanne Wright

  Suzanne Wright is one of the few authors whose books are just so freaking good they beg to be reread almost immediately and you enjoy it just as much the second time around. Seriously, I read this, then realized a month later I forgot to write the dang review…. Read more »

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Capture by Penny Reid

Capture by Penny Reid

  Let me clarify, right now, the reason why Capture doesn’t have a 5 stars rating— there’s no freaking epilogue. NO EPILOGUE, PEOPLE! I live for epilogues. Epilogues complete me. I would marry romance epilogues if that was a thing. But let’s start from the beginning. After Attraction led to a hurried one-clicking… Read more »

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The Blacksmith Queen by G.A. Aiken

The Blacksmith Queen by G.A. Aiken

I can’t even begin to tell you how abso-freaking-lutely thrilled I was when I heard G.A. Aiken was giving us a new series. I freaking adore her Dragon Kin series and it’s been FOREVER since she’s given us a new book. Yes, I’m exaggerating, but that’s what it felt like. Anyway,… Read more »

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Heat by Penny Reid

Heat by Penny Reid

  Oh, the angst!! Thank God the third and final part of this story is already out, or I’d have been having a ginormous meltdown right this second. One of my favorite parts of Heat was how instrumental Martin was for Kaitlyn’s “awakening”. She had been more or less living… Read more »

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Attraction by Penny Reid

Attraction by Penny Reid

  For the very first time in the history of me reading a Penny Reid story, I’m not buying it. I call bullshit! There is no freaking way these people are practically kids. And yet… I don’t give a flying fig because this book is SO FREAKING GOOD!!! Now, the… Read more »

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