Triple Threat by K Webster

Can you believe it’s taken me this long to actually read one of K Webster’s books? Nope, me neither. Gonna have to do something about that. That said, Triple Threat was a good place to start. The book is the story of Landry, a friendless princess with a dark family secret. It’s also the tale of Ford Mann, a guy Landry meets at college and …

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Book Cover: Broken by Emma Luna

Broken by Emma Luna

One of my New Year’s resolutions is to take time out to read all the books I’ve collected but not touched in the previous year. I ended 2021 getting an early start on that one, Emma Luna‘s Broken being the first on a very long list. What can I say? There are just too many books out there that I want to read! At the …

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Book Cover: The Howling Wind by Mila Sin

The Howling Wind by Mila Sin

It’s been a long time since I’ve read a proper fantasy book. I’m not talking about paranormal books set in our world (or some altered version thereof). I’m talking about a different world entirely, where humans are almost an abstract notion and the fae and other creatures reign. It was Mila Sin’s book, The Howling Wind, that drew me to abandon my usual dark and …

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Book Cover: Bloodshed by Alex Denver

Bloodshed by Alex Denver

‼️Spoiler Alert‼️ If you’ve not read Bloodlust, I suggest you close this page and go do that now. There is absolutely no way I can review Bloodshed without dropping some serious spoilers for book 1. You have been warned. Bloodshed – My Review Bloodshed is a very different book to its predecessor. The story moves over to Charli, the more reserved member of the Underground …

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Book Cover: The Devil's Redemption by Murphy Wallace

The Devil’s Redemption by Murphy Wallace

You know how some books have trigger warnings that they’re never going to live up to? The Devil’s Redemption is not one of those books. By the end of the first four chapters, Murphy Wallace has so graphically justified those warnings that you begin to wonder if Sasha can ever come back from such a traumatic experience. Lesser women wouldn’t. In fact, I was curious …

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Book Cover: His To Hold by Serena Akeroyd

His To Hold by Serena Akeroyd

Reading His to Hold is like coming home to see your extended and rather crazy family for Christmas. It’s chaotic and full of drama, but ultimately heartwarming and enjoyable. This instalment of the Quintessentially Theirs series follows Jack (Sascha’s youngest child) and Beau. They’ve been the best of friends since teenagers but everybody (Jack included) thinks Beau’s gay and nobody imagines the two of them …

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Book Cover: Purgatory by K. L, Taylor-Lane

Purgatory by K. L. Taylor-Lane

I’ve always got a soft spot for books set in the UK, especially when they’re written by British English speakers or people who’ve lived here for years. There’s just something about the perfect flow of dialect and realising subtle differences in culture. K L Taylor-Lane may have set Purgatory in the fictional region of Southbrook, but the British in the book really shines through and …

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Book Cover: His to Keep by Serena Akeroyd

His To Keep by Serena Akeroyd

The Quintessence series holds a special place in my heart, as it was my introduction to reverse harem novels, back when I was reading a lot of lighter romance (and by lighter, I mean dove grey). When the series ended in the future, with the harem’s kids all grown up, you could tell there would be a follow on series. Enter His to Keep, the …

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