Mini Manga Vol. 05 But Make It Yaoi [Part One]

It’s been so long since I read and comics/manga even longer since I’ve wanted to write about them. Lately, I’ve been really into Yaoi hence the title. Still, because I’ve read so many of them, I decided to dedicate two posts to this specific genre. (Plus, long posts don’t do well.) The Greatest Villain by…

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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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The Not Books Post #1 [ Farming Games ]

This year I wanted to share more of myself with my readers. Between working, being a mom and my regular posts that require hours of prep [actual reading] I didn’t know it it would be feasible. I still don’t know if it’s something I’ll be able to keep up routinely but maybe every once in…

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This Is Not An April TBR

Usually, a TBR is supposed to motivate a reader to read. I’ve realized that I don’t need any motivation. More importantly, for the last two months, I haven’t been keeping up with it. So what’s the point. I also sometimes feel pressured to stick to the predetermined list. How can one pressure themselves? It’s not…

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March Wrap Up

Compared to last month I really killed this blogging thing. Did I read all the books on my TBR? …. I’ll leave my failures for another post. This monthly wrap up is all about my kick ass successes.

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In The Air Tonight by Lori Handeland

The Sisters of the Craft Series is possibly one the most underrated series to date. Now hear me out I’m not saying this is Shakespeare or Jane Austin but why isn’t this a cult classic. This story was so very nostalgic giving me a Twitches and Charmed vibe but with spice.  In The Air Tonight is a story that started…

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Nauti and Wild by Lora Leigh & Jaci Burton

I told myself a million times that I wasn’t going to make this post. That I’d stick to my TBR and maybe talk about these novellas next month. Maybe.But, I have so much to say and I’ve never really been good at biting my tongue.

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Into the Flame [Darkness Chosen #4] by Christina Dodd

Firebird has been in every installment of this series. There’s no reason why I as a reader shouldn’t have an attachment to her character. I don’t and it’s not my fault. Her plight is sad asf. Yet Christina once again focused so much on the male protagonist there wasn’t enough story left for Firebird.

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Taking it All by Maya Banks

Maya Banks is the queen of heartbreak and reconciliations. She’s also not afraid to dive a bit deeper and explore different aspects of sexuality. Okay, basically she writes bomb-ass BDSM and polyamorous romances that I simply die for. I tried to be eloquent as possible for readers that aren’t really into this particular kind of kink but it is what it is.

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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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