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text 2017-07-05 08:19
The Undead in My Bed - Molly Harper,Jessica Sims,Katie MacAlister

I like the second story, Undead Sublet, best because it's amusing as all get out and there's very little of the "you said this but I assumed and never clarified" angst that seems to be a prerequisite for many stories. Shades of Gray was a nice peek into MacAlister's Dark Ones world, but Out With A Fang was too much of the angst again. Also, I don't understand how a shifter can become a vampire, retain their shifting abilities and gain the vampiric ones. I've yet to read any other version of the lore that pushes this. Confusing to say the least.

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text 2017-06-28 11:58
Air Sofa Cum Bed - An awesome sleeping and seating solution

One of the best inflatable multifunctional 5 in 1 Air sofa available to the users, the Air Sofa Cum Bed has a built in AC air pump. It can be fit in one’s bedroom, living room, TV room or be it dormitories. All the seating inconveniences can be instantly solved with this product. With this product at one’s side, there is no need to spend a large sum of money on expensive furniture’s that takes up all the space available. Fold it to form a couch or unfold to make room for a double bed, switch to air lounger mode or a recliner or a high bed, it all depends on what your need is.

This product is made up of a sturdy pretested vinyl and it has a coil beam structure that provides additional strength. The Air Sofa Bed can also be deflated or inflated in only 180 seconds with the help of an electric air pump.

 

Usages of Air Sofa cum Bed

The ways in which the Air Sofa Cum Bed can be used are mentioned below

  • Kids high bed
  • Queen sized bed
  • Recliner
  • Air lounger
  • Lounge

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text 2017-06-17 19:55
In Bed with a Highlander By Maya Banks 99 cents!
In Bed with a Highlander - Maya Banks

Ewan McCabe, the eldest, is a warrior determined to vanquish his enemy. Now, with the time ripe for battle, his men are ready and Ewan is poised to take back what is his—until a blue-eyed, raven-haired temptress is thrust upon him. Mairin may be the salvation of Ewan’s clan, but for a man who dreams only of revenge, matters of the heart are strange territory to conquer.

The illegitimate daughter of the king, Mairin possesses prized property that has made her a pawn—and wary of love. Her worst fears are realized when she is rescued from peril only to be forced into marriage by her charismatic and commanding savior, Ewan McCabe. But her attraction to her ruggedly powerful new husband makes her crave his surprisingly tender touch; her body comes alive under his sensual mastery. And as war draws near, Mairin’s strength, spirit, and passion challenge Ewan to conquer his demons—and embrace a love that means more than revenge and land.

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review 2017-05-14 12:29
My Review of If The Bed Falls In
If The Bed Falls In: A Man in Two Minds; are Either of Them His? (Bedfellows Thriller Series) (Volume 1) - Paul Casselle

If The Bed Falls In by Paul Casselle is the first installment of the Bedfellows thriller series. Tom Friday, a middle-aged photographer and an ex-cocaine user, starts to have doubts of his real identity leaving him to wonder if he is indeed Tom Friday or a British secret agent.

 

This was a well written story with twists and turns throughout the book. I did find this story hard to follow at times because of the many times that I had to keep up with Tom's identity, as his identity changed quite often. The characters were well fleshed out, so it was quite an interesting read.

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review 2017-05-12 14:53
No Bed for Bacon / Caryl Brahms & S.J. Simon
No Bed for Bacon - S.J. Simon,Caryl Brahms

Shakespeare's in love, perchance, in this rollicking send-up of the Age of Elizabeth. A very funny look at Elizabeth I, Will Shakespeare & the Elizabethan era which shows the Queen at her riotous best and the author unappreciated.

 

It’s a tribute to William Shakespeare that we are still interested in him, 400 years after his death. His life provides just the right mix of known facts and mysteries. We know the bare bones of his life—who he married, how many children he had, details of his career, and elements of his reputation.

What’s missing are the personal details—how did he feel about things? What kind of person was he to work with? What were his religious beliefs? Was he a faithful husband? Who was that Dark Lady of the sonnets, anyway? Did he really write all those things attributed to him?

This leaves authors lots of lee-way to write their own adventures for the Bard. I’ve enjoyed the likes of Shakespeare Undead and The Dark Lady's Mask, not to mention a short story involving Atticus O’Sullivan of Kevin Hearne’s Iron Druid series (Goddess at the Crossroads). Surprisingly, there doesn’t seem to be any kind of collated list of fiction featuring Shakespeare as a character, but No Bed for Bacon is the earliest that I have yet encountered. I’m surprised that there aren’t many more novels with Shakespeare figuring prominently as a character! If you know of any, please let me know in the comments, I’m intrigued to read more. There are tons of books written as reinterpretations of his works, but fewer which feature the Bard himself.

Despite being first published in 1941, No Bed for Bacon still feels remarkably fresh to me. Reputedly, it is the basis for the movie Shakespeare in Love.

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