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Review: Cinderella and the Sheikh by Teresa Morgan

Review: Cinderella and the Sheikh by Teresa Morganby Keira G

Hero: Sheikh Rasyn (Ra-sin) Al Jabar has no interest in becoming the next ruler of his homeland, Abbas in North Africa. He decides a Western wife will surely raise the country’s hackles and get him out of the line for succession. When he spies Libby, he thinks he can fulfill his desire to leave the […]

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Review: The Pretender to the Throne (Call of Duty, Book 3) by Maisey Yates

Review: The Pretender to the Throne (Call of Duty, Book 3) by Maisey Yatesby Keira G

Hero: Xander Drakos is the rebel wastrel prince of Kyrnos. He left the country after his mother’s death. He blamed himself for her death as much as his father and brother did. He pushed his feelings away and drowned his sorrows in all the wrong places, never healing. Now he’s back in the country to […]

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Review: City of Dark Magic by Magnus Flyte

Review: City of Dark Magic by Magnus Flyteby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Sarah Weston is a music grad student who has been offered the job of a lifetime. Nicolas Pertusato is the man that is taking her to her dream job. He’s also something of a tour guide. There are several other characters that lead us on a tour through Prague and Lobkowicz […]

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Review: Velvet by Xavier Axelson

Review: Velvet by Xavier Axelsonby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Medieval times are the setting for this novel. It is Axelson’s first full length one, and it isn’t about to disappoint. Young Virago is a royal tailor and works at court, taking over the previous tailor, his father, who was killed in an accident. He knows he has to keep […]

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Review: Bound by Night (Bound, Book 1) by Amanda Ashley

Review: Bound by Night (Bound, Book 1) by Amanda Ashleyby Keira G

Heroine: Elena Knightsbridge lives in the 21st century and until the age of 12 grew up in America before the tragic deaths of her family. Despite that she refuses to leave creeper uncle until the start of the novel even though he wants to marry her so he can have lots of rough painful (on […]

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Review: Of Two Minds by Carol Matas and Perry Nodelman

Review: Of Two Minds by Carol Matas and Perry Nodelmanby Keira G

Of Two Minds is a very deep book for kids. As an adult how it ends leads to quite an interesting train of thought I’m not sure young children will catch. This is my second time reading it. I remembered enjoying it thoroughly when I read it back in middle school. I can’t honestly say […]

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Review: Someday My Prince Will Come by Jerramy Fine

Review: Someday My Prince Will Come by Jerramy Fineby Mandy Dougherty

by Mandy Dougherty, guest reviewer What little girl doesn’t secretly dream of becoming a Princess? For Jerramy those dreams are more real than reality itself and from a very young age she has become acutely aware that she is poised for a royal position.  Feeling as if her ‘average’ upbringing in the suburbs is all […]

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Review: The Pajama Girls of Lambert Square By Rosina Lippi

Review: The Pajama Girls of Lambert Square By Rosina Lippiby Marcia

By: Marcia, guest reviewer Have you ever had an experience so disheartening that you want to go to bed and pull the covers over your head? That is what Julia Darrow is doing with her life, although she may not see it that way. She lives and works in Lambert Square, a renovated factory space […]

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