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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Shadow Storm by Christine Feehan

This novel had no choice but to be good. And I am so so so so happy that it didn’t disappoint. Shadow Storm was nothing like what I expected but everything I needed.

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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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Coyote Chapter 02

Authors Note: I feel the need to inform the people that come across this post that this is in fact a Yaoi manga. It’s also a mature manga meant for adult reader. Now if some sixteen year old or my mother comes across this… Viewer Discretion Is Advised Things get spicy in chapter two. Marleen…

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Breaking Badger by Shelly Laurenston

Title: Breaking Badger (Honey Badger Chronicles #4) Author: Shelly Laurenston Genre: Paranormal, Urban Fantasy, Humor, Shapeshifters Triggers: Violence Synopsis: It’s instinct that drives Finn Malone to rescue a bunch of hard battling honey badgers. The Siberian tiger shifter just can’t bear to see his fellow shifters harmed. But no way can Finn have a houseful…

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Wolf Marked by Veronica Douglas

Title: Wolf Marked (Magic Side: Wolf Bound #1) Author: Veronica Douglas Genre: Urban Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance, werewolves Originally Published: July 30, 2021 Triggers: Violence Synopsis: Werewolves are hunting me. I was just an ordinary girl waiting tables in a small-town bar. I had no idea magic was real. That was, until I backed my car…

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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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