Publisher: Random House

Average Rating: 3.95


Ex Libris Romance (81)

Ex Libris Romance (81)

I loved this book!  It takes some conventional romance tropes and turns them into something inclusive and so very enjoyable.  The hero, Alastair, is bisexual and very comfortable with his sexuality.  When he becomes attracted to Charity, presenting herself as Robert, he does not beat himself up or try to talk himself out of the […]

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Ex Libris Romance (80)

Ex Libris Romance (80)

This series has become one of my historical romance obsessions!  It centers around one family, siblings not related by blood, who manage to make their way in the classist society of 19th century England.  Mick is not an entirely sympathetic character, as heroes go.  He is ruthless in his business dealings and hat ruthlessness is […]

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Blog Tour: The Fall Of Grace

Blog Tour: The Fall Of Grace

Welcome to my stop on the tour for The Fall of Grace by Amy Fellner Dominy. I just got this book in the mail, so I haven’t read it yet, but this story sounds very timely and interesting.  I really enjoyed the emotional darkness of Die For You, so I have high hopes for The […]

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Blog Tour: Batman Nightwalker

Blog Tour: Batman Nightwalker

I came to this book a huge fan of Marie Lu’s writing, but kind of light on Batman knowledge.  (I honestly don’t think I’ve seen a Batman movie since George Clooney played him.) However, one thing I have always liked about his story is that he really doesn’t have any supernatural or god-like powers AND […]

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Ex Libris Romance (79)

Ex Libris Romance (79)

There was so much to love about this book!  The premise was fantastic, as they were both reluctant but out of options. Emma really just wants to get paid for her work and she can’t help but be intrigued by the Duke. Emma is all light to the Duke’s moody shadow, but the contrast in […]

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Blog Tour: Haunting The Deep

Blog Tour: Haunting The Deep

I enjoyed How to Hang a Witch and its blending of family drama and history.  In Haunting the Deep, I think the same feel was achieved, but this time it was a different ancestor of Samantha’s that was involved.  Instead of witch trials, everything at the high school seems to be trying to bring the […]

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Blog Tour: Wonder Woman: Warbringer

Blog Tour: Wonder Woman: Warbringer

I know I date myself by writing this, but my introduction to Wonder Woman was the show starring Linda Carter in the 1980s.  I would lasso my brother hoping to get the truth (it didn’t work) and spin in circles hoping my clothes would change.  Watching the show now, it can be painful in its […]

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