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by C. Kennedy
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Lenaribka
Lenaribka rated it 2 years ago
DNF at 15%
Purr More Bark Less
Purr More Bark Less rated it 3 years ago
I don't know what to rate this one. I keep waffling between 3 and 4 stars. I may end up changing the rating several times. It's a freakin' long book--about the size of two full length novels--yet I was engaged and compelled to keep reading. I didn't feel the need to put it down and that makes me wan...
The Way She Reads
The Way She Reads rated it 3 years ago
I could keep this review very short and just say: Cody Kennedy did it again; he broke my heart, showed me pictures and thoughts I didn’t want to see or think, and managed to lift me up in the process. Last year I read and reviewed Slaying Isidore’s Dragons and Omorphi is at least as good, as captiva...
Sheziss loves Zeshak
Sheziss loves Zeshak rated it 5 years ago
"Que pasa, Lisa?""We got a serious problem, Jorge, and we were wondering if you could help us out," she said calmly."Que problème?"First of all, I'm not sure at all the author uses Greek words correctly, because he definitely doesn't use Spanish words correctly. Jorge is a Spanish speaker. I guess, ...
Romances and more...
Romances and more... rated it 5 years ago
Summary: Christy is the son of a wealthy, powerful Greek business man. Sounds like a dream, but in reality it's a nightmare. After years of horrible abuse and torture he was rescued and hidden away in a treatment center in the US. Recovering from both physical and mental trauma he tries to adjust ...
Romance and other things
Romance and other things rated it 6 years ago
Wow, ok. The writer of the excellent YA book hosted this writer on her blog and something about book and the cover appealed to me. Mostly I wish I ignored this voice in my head. I do read YAs m/m romances - a lot of them I love, some I disliked same with any other subgenres, but even in the books I ...
Mel's Book Blog
Mel's Book Blog rated it 6 years ago
Since I review both adult and YA content, I think it is important to point out that I use different standards for the two very different genres. When reading YA, I look for a couple of very key points:(1) The appropriateness of the material for the target audience. Although online sources have diffe...
Mel's Book Blog
Mel's Book Blog rated it 6 years ago
Since I review both adult and YA content, I think it is important to point out that I use different standards for the two very different genres. When reading YA, I look for a couple of very key points:(1) The appropriateness of the material for the target audience. Although online sources have diffe...
Mandy, I read obsessively
Mandy, I read obsessively rated it 6 years ago
Since I'm still not sure how the spoiler tags work here with my iPad I clicked spoiler on the sIDE bar. Hope that works. The blurb and the cover grabbed my attention, I kept going back to the book on the DSP site and looking and thinking.I read some friends reviews and another friend on twitter ra...
Eli Easton Reads
Eli Easton Reads rated it 6 years ago
I can hardly believe I read this book -- at 750 pages, it's WAY longer than I normally prefer. But I was intrigued by the blurb and the cover and the reviews, so I went for it.Overall, the book kept me engaged and I really liked the MCs and the hurt/comfort romance plotline. I enjoyed the femininit...
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