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Magic Breaks by Ilona Andrews

Magic Breaks is a big, cataclysmic book, so much so the foreword tells you it isn’t a series ender (which I know anyway because I’ve fallen behind on reading them). I love the messed up chaos that Kate always finds … Continue reading

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The Love Experiment by Ainslie Paton

I’ve been reading romance since my early teens, so you might imagine I’ve read a few. There are common themes, no question, but each book is a different spin on the theme, which is what makes them fun to read. … Continue reading

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The Ace of Clubs by Patricia Loofbourrow

The Ace of Clubs is the third book in the Red Dog Conspiracy and a very complicated novel for oh so many reasons. If you haven’t read the series, be aware there will be spoilers not for this book but … Continue reading

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Because of Miss Bridgerton By Julia Quinn

A friend recommended this novel, and it looked good. I’m happy to report I was not disappointed. The story begins in a comedic moment, and not the only one, where the two main characters are very much at odds. There … Continue reading

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Wild Ride Cowboy by Maisey Yates

I’ve enjoyed books by Maisey Yates before, but fell off reading her for a bit. This is an excellent reintroduction. Wild Ride Cowboy could so easily have been a simple story. It also had the potential to be a bemoaning … Continue reading

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