Mini Manga Vol. 07

I liked her personality, but again decision-making skills are partially nonexistent. I can’t condone her relationship with a child.

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Fruits Basket Another Vol. 1-3

I screamed at all of my childhood ships, becoming an actual thing. Words can not describe how I felt while flipping through those pages and looking at all their children.

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Yeah, I Read A Lot… Part Two

Part two is hodgepodge of novels and manga. To condense what could have been an extremely long list I used one picture per several volumes of manga. Enjoy. I enjoyed getting to know Sybilla and George. One thing Julia Quinn does well is fill out her characters. Sybilla was witty, smart, and self assured. George…

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A Heart Of Blood And Ashes by Milla Vane

She was born to be a queen and save her people from her father’s tyranny. She intended to wed Maddek or bare his seed because she could not claim her queendom otherwise.

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Yeah, I read A Lot… Part One

Penelope snatched my wig with this one. The story I never knew I needed. … there’s this cliffhanger that’s either going to make or break this series.

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Murder at Sunrise Lake By Christine Feehan

Sam utterly stole my soul with his dominant demeanor and calm resolve. The way his eyes always focused on Stella. He was so attentive and always knew what she sometimes needed, even before she did. Some may see that as creepy, but I thought it was enduring as all get out.

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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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A Deadly Education by Naomi Novik

Naomi Novik is one of those authors that I always say I want to get into but never do. I’m upset that it took me this long to pick up one of her books. Once I started reading A Deadly Education, I knew I had no intentions of slowing down until it was over. Her…

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Mini Review: Dryad Vol. 01

The Glass family is young, interracial, and interspecies. The mom Morgan is badass but also soft, caring, and totally a momma bear. I think it’s important to point that out because too many times women are portrayed as either badass and emotionless or soft and weak. I liked that Morgan had every trait and was confident in her relationship with her husband.

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Mini Review – The Merciful Crow

Fie abides by one rule: look after your own. Her Crow caste of undertakers and mercy-killers takes more abuse than coin, but when they’re called to collect royal dead, she’s hoping they’ll find the payout of a lifetime.

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