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The Summer of Broken Things + Giveaway

Welcome to Day #4 of The Summer of Broken Things Blog Tour! To celebrate the release of The Summer of Broken Things on April 10th, blogs across the web are featuring exclusive content from Margaret...

Consort of Secrets – Adult Reverse Harem Goodness

In my recent foray into the work of Reverse Harem, I haven’t come across many that I haven’t enjoyed. Most do a wonderful job of building up HUGE amounts of angst and romance, that get the reader...

The Latest Arcana Chronicles from Kresley Cole slays…

THE DARK CALLING by KRESLEY COLE 14 FEB, 2018 Title: The Dark Calling Author: Series: The Arcana Chronicles (#5) Pages: 350 pages Publisher: Release Date: February 13,...

A Junkee’s descent into the madness of this reverse harem thing

re·verse har·em /rəˈvərs ˈherəm/ A genre that was started in Japanese anime and a new romance subgenre that is becoming increasingly popular. The theme centers around one female and a group of males...

I was hooked from the opening scene –> Roomies by Christina Lauren

ROOMIES CHRISTINA LAUREN 15 JANUARY, 2018 Title: ROOMIES Author: Series: Stand-alone Pages: 368pages Publisher: Release Date: December 5th 2017 ISBN-10: 1501165836 ...

A Million Little Things – Is Literally a Book About a Million Little Things…Go Figure

The third book in the Mischief Bay series is basically a stand-alone. You don’t have to read the fist two books to enjoy A Million Little Things. Each book in the series is about a group of women that all have different problems, come together in different ways, and work their way through their issues with friendship and understanding. I would put this firmly in women’s fiction category, and if you like real-world issue based novels this is the one for you. Mallery is an excellent writer and portrays contemporary problems with finesse. While my tastes lend more to fantastical fiction, I did enjoy the story of the three women in A Million Little Things, but I don’t know if I’ll read more in the series. Again, personal taste, not because the story isn’t well done.

Normal by Graeme Cameron

PJV Quickie: NORMAL by Graeme Cameron was a novel written in the spirit of books like AMERICAN PSYCHO and true crime novels, you are saturated in the mind of a serial killer. It’s not always a very comfortable place to be, but you might just enjoy reading about this particular killer… Review: Graeme gets props right off the back for channeling a serial killer, unless of course he actually “wrote...

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