RoadQueen: Eternal Roadtrip to Love

Leo is seemingly tough. Her outward androgynous appearance aids her in keeping up the facade. On the inside, she’s soft, lonely, and craves genuine affection.

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Dick Fight Island Vol. 01 by Reibun Ike

This manga deserved a post all to itself. The title alone makes its post worthy. The fact that I went out and purchased a hard copy of this manga just about sums up how I feel. I don’t even have much to say besides the obvious, but you’re getting my thoughts regardless. Dick Fight Island…

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Secret Star by Nora Roberts [ Stars of Mithra 3]

Grace Fontaine is a trust fund baby with a heart gold. Seth Buchanan is a Lieutenant. People around him describe him as an uptight, strait-laced asshole, I find that that isn’t the case.

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A Good Day To Go Crazy by Yusa

It’s been a while since I’ve dedicated a whole post to a single manga. So you know it’s about to go down. But before I take you down this dangerous path in dark romance here is a list of trigger warnings.

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Captive Star by Nora Roberts [Stars of Mithra 2]

Captive Star was, well, it was something. I don’t think I’ve ever read a Nora Roberts novel where I felt just blah afterward. It had great potential, though.

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3 Books, 1 Title: Sweet Revenge by Lynsay Sands

My confliction with this novel is that it’s so wrong on so many levels yet entertaining as hell.

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Hidden Star by Nora Roberts [Stars of Mithra 1]

Hidden Star had many qualities that I love woven into the plot. Mysterious dreams, a ruthless villain, and a hot rich black sheep.

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Smoke On The Water by Lori Handeland

This last installment of the Sisters of The Craft series was by far the most chaotic. I’m conflicted. While I find the series as a whole to be entertaining and dramatic there were so many things in this particular story that gave me reasons to pause and reflect. This is by far the darkest out…

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Heat of The Moment by Lori Handeland

A/N: This post contain explicit language, spoilers, and brief mentions of statutory rape. If you’re sensitive to these topics please refrain from reading. I’ll see you in the next post. The Sisters of The Craft series just keeps on giving with this next installment. In my last post I made the claim that this would…

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Lightning Game by Christine Feehan

always find it a bit difficult to write about series that I’ve been read since before I started this blog. Do I write about the whole series? How much of the overall plot do I give away? Anyways, the GhostWalker series holds a special place in my heart. It’s a series that I started reading when life just really sucked. Since the minute I’ve been introduced to GhostWalker team four I’d always thought Rubin Campo was one of the least interesting members. I could name a handful of other members from other teams that I really wanted a story from. None the less I was surprised at how intriguing Rubin turned out to be.

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