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Jenny (Reading Envy) Review: I bought this book at the last SC Book Festival, although none of us knew it would be the last one at the time. I liked the author's approach and her reading made me want to read the book.

For a first novel, this is a solid read. I think I was more interested in the story than others might be after my book club read Sugar in the Blood: A Family's Story of Slavery and Empire, which is basically the story of slavery and sugar cane. This novel takes that history into the present day, with a woman i

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Georgia ♥ Team Dex ♥ Review: 5 Kristen Ashley Stars! (Kristen Ashley = amazing)

Just when I thought I've seen it all and there was no way I'd enjoy a book about long separated lovers and teenaged boys, Kristen Ashley turned the tables on me, moved for the win and FRAKKING did it again!!!!!

Ladies fasten your seatbelts, and prepare yourselves... We are inside the mind of Tanner Layne, alpha male extraordinaire!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Entirely told in his POV, this book surprises you, captivates you and gives you a rare glimpse at the amazi

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Casey Bazewick Review: Here we have a continuation in the short stories that Kipling wrote loosely entitled ‘The Three Musketeers’ series. I am not entirely too sure why he didn’t just make this compilation into a book and have done with it that way. All in all though, I do find, as these stories progress over time, they definitely do get much better within themselves. The more I have read of these specific stories, the more I feel that the issue is, Kipling is an Indian based writer and expert, he is trying to write

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Deborah McClatchey Review: High Couch of Silistra by Janet Morris. Wow! I happily received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. I have to say it was uniquely interesting, and found it hard to put down. The well-written main character, Estri Hadrath Diet Estrazi, reeks of sexuality. She runs into many complex situations, some of which are quite violent. “Silistra was the catalyst to the sexual revolution in the year twenty-two thousand seven hundred and four Bipedal Federate Standard Time.” That line alone grabbed my a

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Small Review Review: I love these books! So happy there will be a third!

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