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Book Cover: Persecution by K. L. Taylor-Lane

Persecution by K. L. Taylor-Lane

I swear that K. L. Taylor-Lane was trying to finish me off with this book. If she wasn’t busy confusing me, she was tearing my heart into pieces, or using anticipation and fear to relocate it into the back of my throat. I’ve just finished the book and I feel like I’ve been through the emotional wringer. I definitely started out with confusion, though. Kyla-Rose? …

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Book Cover: The Accidental Summoning by Leslie Ayla

The Accidental Summoning by Leslie Ayla

The gang is back but, with the danger levels being lower than in The Girl In The Sequined Dress, this is a much more relaxed book. We get to see Dev, and then Fletcher and North taking Val out on dates (I’m rooting for a Scott date in the next book). The Accidental Summoning explains more about Dev’s background and how they ended up with …

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Book Cover: A Harpy's Murder by Sullyn Shaw

A Harpy’s Murder by Sullyn Shaw

I’ll hold my hands up and say that I knew absolutely nothing about harpies before I picked up this book. Do I know much more now I’ve read it? No. But that didn’t stop me from thoroughly enjoying the story. Yuri, Ransley, and Kerr are on the hunt for the supernatural creature that has stolen their dead uncle’s body. You know it’s not going to …

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Book Cover: Giselle by Leelah Renn

Giselle by Leelah Renn

I’m still eagerly awaiting the conclusion of the Vox Tenor story but in the meantime, Leelah Renn is treating us to more of the delectable trio, this time in the form of their backstory. In the first two books, the guys make mention of a woman, Giselle, who was involved with all three of them and wrecked them when she left them. This book tells …

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Book Cover: Desolation by Frankie Page

Desolation by Frankie Page

Eleven months is a long time to wait to read the next instalment of a series. On picking up this book I wished I’d taken the time to read Retribution again because it wasn’t until I was two chapters in that I finally remembered what was going on. Once things had clicked in my mind it was much easier to follow the story. After the …

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Book Cover: Vile Boys by AJ Merlin

Vile Boys by AJ Merlin

AJ Merlin is back, and bringing us all the omegaverse vibes meshed with her signature style. The result is mysterious, and with fabulous characters packed into an addictive read. Mercy has gotten into the prestigious Winter Grove university where she plans to study so she never has to be one of those omegas, the ones that rely on their pack for everything and can’t stand …

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Book Cover: Marked For Execution by YD La Mar

Marked For Execution by YD La Mar

I’m not usually one to read post-apocalyptic dystopian fantasy but I’d read a YD La Mar book even if it were clean romance, so I found myself picking up this one with a healthy dose of curiosity . I was not disappointed. The world has become overrun with vampires, divided into five territories, only one comprising human resistance. Fitri is a hybrid with very little …

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Book Cover: The Girl In The Sequined Dress by Leslie Ayla

The Girl In The Sequined Dress by Leslie Ayla

I love that I can pick up a Leslie Ayla book, settle in for a few hours and know that I’ll come out at the end having read a thoroughly good story. The Girl In The Sequined Dress is no exception to this. There’s no messing around; it’s got a quick prologue and then dives straight into the action. Explanations and backstory are thrown out …

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Book cover: It Ends With Violence by Elle Thorpe

It Ends With Violence by Elle Thorpe

This book is packed full of so many twists, turns and revelations that I don’t know where to begin! If you haven’t already read Start A War or Half The Battle then I’d suggest pausing and devouring them now. I can’t guarantee I won’t get spoilery over them. It wasn’t enough for Elle Thorpe to have written in a raid on Psychos, losing the bar …

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Book Cover: DILF by Leslie Ayla

DILF by Leslie Ayla

If you’re looking for a quick read that’s fun, flirty and fabulously steamy then Leslie Ayla has got you covered with DILF. I was gutted when the book ended because I already need more of JamminJamie and his antics. On a drunken night after Jamie’s ex-boyfriend calls him boring in bed, he and best friend Orion come up with the Kink List, a f*ckit list …

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Book cover: Twisted Little Truths by Elle Thorpe

Twisted Little Truths by Elle Thorpe

It’s all kicking off in Saint View and, you guessed it, Lacey is at the centre of the chaos. Those new characters that appeared at the end of Dangerous Little Secrets are there to cause some serious trouble and reveal some shocking truths (as if we haven’t had enough of those already). After the first two books in the trilogy showed women being beaten down …

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Book Cover: Dangerous Little Secrets by Elle Thorpe

Dangerous Little Secrets by Elle Thorpe

After that shocking cliffhanger we were left with at the end of Devious Little Liars it was hard to see how Lacey, Rafe, and Banjo’s relationship could recover. Then there was Lacey; after everything she’d been put through someone just had to come and kick her while she was down. I’m not going to say it’s all good (because clearly, it isn’t) but it does …

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