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Review: White Trash Damaged (White Trash Trilogy, Book 2) by Teresa Mummert

Review: White Trash Damaged (White Trash Trilogy, Book 2) by Teresa Mummertby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Cass Daniels is telling the reader her story (first person) – this is the second part. After reading the Prologue, I’ve come to the conclusion that this is a series that must be read in order. It’s the appetizer and the rest of the book is the main course. Tucker White […]

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What Makes a Hero Sexy?

What Makes a Hero Sexy?by Keira G

“The hero is sexy,” or some variation, I see a lot when reading reviews. I’m guilty of the same. It got me thinking. What makes a hero sexy? It’s really hard to pigeon-hole as there are many characteristics that can make a hero sexy. Here’s a list of what I came up with: The White […]

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Review: Knight’s Fork by Rowena Cherry

Review: Knight’s Fork by Rowena Cherryby Keira G

Today I am reviewing Knight’s Fork by Rowena Cherry. This is my first ARC (advance review copy; official book release is September 30, 2008) and I eagerly read the whole novel in two days! Knight’s Fork is just one novel in the futuristic set series about the Great Djinn race. Knight’s Fork contains all the […]

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Review: Fire Me by Libby Malin

Review: Fire Me by Libby Malinby Keira G

Anne’s found another job three thousand miles away from her current one and she couldn’t be happier. Life for her has stalled, and she’s eager for it to start again. On the day she goes into work to tell Mitch that she resigns, no quits, that he plans to fire one of his communications team […]

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Movie Review: Alice starring Caterina Scorsone, Tim Curry, and Kathy Bates

Movie Review: Alice starring Caterina Scorsone, Tim Curry, and Kathy Batesby Keira G

I saw this in the library the other day and snagged it from the new releases shelves. It’s a 2009 television miniseries inspired by Alice in Wonderland. The show is two episodes spans 240 minutes (4 hours). Everything you know will be turned on its head. Twenty something Alice (Caterina Scorsone) lives at home with […]

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