Category Archives: 2014 – February

Review – Halfway to the Grave by Jeaniene Frost

HALFWAY to the GRAVE took me my surprise. Although it was recommended by a friend, I honestly didn’t think I’d enjoy it as much as I did to the point I really, really wanted to skip to the end to … Continue reading

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Review – Archangel’s Storm by Nalini Singh

Jason, the spymaster, was the focus of this book in the Guild Hunter series. What a tough childhood Jason endured, a childhood that molded his adult life. Distancing himself from people and the rest of the world, I couldn’t help … Continue reading

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Review – Warsworn by Elizabeth Vaughan

I love the world Ms. Vaughan has created. The scenes with Lara teaching Keir about chess and how it spreads throughout the camp and grows into a massive chess tournament are hysterical! I really got a kick out of those … Continue reading

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