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Death Be Charmed by Katie Epstein

Everything I mentioned in my review of the first book holds true for Book 2 of the Terra Vane Series as well, with the focus on fun characters with complicated (very complicated) relationships. The world continues to be full of … Continue reading

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Butterflies on Breezes: An Urban Farm Fresh Romance 2 by Valerie Comer

I read the first Urban Farm Fresh Romance early last year, so it’s been a while, but despite this new story jumping right into the thick of things, the little reminders were enough to ground me. I wished I’d read … Continue reading

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The Calderan Problem By Joseph R. Lallo

It took me a bit to read the next in the Free Wrench series, but the book holds up to my love of the series, offering fun and laughter with a tinge of seriousness. I quickly slipped back into their … Continue reading

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Riftmaker: A Steampunk Portal Fantasy by Phoebe Darqueling

Phoebe Darqueling creates a fascinating portal fantasy where animals take human form and humans become animals through a mix of magic and pseudo-science. The novel explores ostracism, race relations, and the unproven logic that separates societies into classes so some … Continue reading

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Down & Dirty by Rhenna Morgan

If you’ve been following my reviews, you’ll know I’m a big fan of the Men of Haven series for the underlying themes of family and doing what’s right. You might also have noticed I’ve expressed concern about the edge of … Continue reading

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