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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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Ex Libris Audio: The Bone Witch

Ex Libris Audio: The Bone Witch

I was skeptical as to whether or not this book would be a good fit for me, but let me tell you that I really, really enjoyed it!  Tea leads a quiet life with a big family, surrounded by older siblings and a chaotic but fairly loving environment.  When family tragedy strikes, her powers are […]

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Ex Libris Audio: The Great Hunt

Ex Libris Audio: The Great Hunt

One of my favorite Child Ballads is The Two Sisters, a story about jealousy that ends in one sister murdering the other and subsequently getting busted by a harp made from her sister’s bones.  (No, really.)  The Great Hunt is very loosely based on the dude version of this ballad, and the two stories are […]

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Ex Libris Romance (77)

Ex Libris Romance (77)

I am all for a Jane Austen retelling, but The One That Got Away, while somewhat fun, was a pale copy of the original (Persuasion).  The characters weren’t very well developed and it seemed to rely too heavily on the original instead of taking a story frame and developing new and better ways to convey […]

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Blog Tour: Sparks Of Light

Blog Tour: Sparks Of Light

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Sparks Of Light, book two in the Into he Dim series!  After you’ve read my thoughts, don’t forget to enter for a chance to win one of three finished copies.       Rose is now back in Scotland, still trying to recover from her ordeal […]

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Ex Libris Romance (76)

Ex Libris Romance (76)

Wild Wicked Scot was pretty good, but I wasn’t totally in love with the characters.  I did like the second chance romance aspect of the story, but these days there needs to be ore than just the typical “brutish” highlander.  The fact that they were from such different backgrounds added some good tension, but overall […]

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