Genre: Fiction

The Angels’ Share by J.R. Ward #Review

J.R. Ward can write the hell out of a story. Seriously. She’s taken this awful, horrible family and turned them into tragically sympathetic characters. I didn’t know at the end of the first book if she could pull it off, but she did it. And left me wanting more.

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Blog Tour: Motor City Shakedown Excerpt & Giveaway

Blog Tour: Motor City Shakedown Excerpt & Giveaway.

Chelsea Hodgens watched the young woman Judy ushered into her chambers nervously take a seat across from her. Issabella Bright looked frazzled and uncertain. She glanced around at the certificates and plaques that hung on the paneled walls, then at her hands, and finally at the Judge.

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Hot Point by M.L. Buchman

PJV QUICKIE: I really enjoy M.L. Buchman’s FIREHAWK series, it’s obvious he knows what he is talking about, has done the research and put a lot of thought into the schematics and worldbuilding. The characters do pay a little bit of a price because the details in the world and background are so intense, but I’ll deal with that, because he makes it so interesting. The novel HOT POINT is the story of mechanic Denise Conroy and Firehawk pilot Vern Taylor. Vern is a hottie charmer with an ego, so irritable and Denise is a good character, but of...

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If You Only Knew by Kristan Higgins #Review

PJV QUICKIE: If You Only Knew is¬†a little different from a “typical”¬†Kristan Higgins book, but I liked it. ¬†It’s¬†a more serious story than I am¬†used to from this author, more women’s fiction than romance, but¬†her flair for strong characters and exceptional storytelling¬†shines through.   Review: Jenny Tate is a fancy-schmancy wedding dress designer (she worked for Vera Wang! ¬†She’s met Tim Gunn!) who’s fairytale marriage¬†ended suddenly (and surprisingly) in divorce. ¬†She’s stayed friends with her ex-husband Owen, and his new wife Ana-Sofia¬†might be her current best friend. Jenny desperately wants a family of her own and being near¬†Owen’s new...

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