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text 2017-11-21 13:03
Review For: SAVAGE by L. A. Fiore
Savage: The Awakening of Lizzie Danton - L A Fiore


SAVAGE by L. A. Fiore is the story of Brochan and Lizzie.
Please make sure you understand that this is a Dark Romance and is not for everyone. I happen to like them and this was a really good one. I was happy to find this book.
Both Brochan and Elizabeth (Lizzie) started with a hard and sad life. Their lives never really got better I think until they meet. They both had so much to overcome from their past and present. But when these two halves come together this made into a great dark romance story.
Ms. Fiore writing is new to me but after reading this book I hope to find more of her books.

Source: www.amazon.com/Savage-Awakening-Lizzie-L-Fiore-ebook/dp/B077B3GGPC/ref=cm_cr_srp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8
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review 2017-10-26 13:30
Review: SAVAGE OF THE SEA by Eliza Knight
Savage of the Sea (Pirates of Britannia: Lords of the Sea Book 1) (Volume 1) - Eliza Knight

SAVAGE OF THE SEA by Eliza Knight is the First book in the Pirates of Britannia: Lords of the Sea. This is the story of Shaw “Savage” MacDougall and Lady Jane Lindsey.
Shaw had a rocky start but he has made a name for himself as a pirate but he does have honor. That is proven when he saves a young Jane for certain rape and death. Shaw takes her to the Abbey to be safe. Neither forgot the other and now Jane finds that she needs him again. Shaw again steps in to help her but this time it leads to more excitement, trouble and some great love scene.
Love their story and this author's writing.


Source: www.amazon.com/Savage-Sea-Pirates-Britannia-Lords-ebook/dp/B074JGMSKT/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1509046301&sr=8-1&keywords=SAVAGE+OF+THE+SEA+by+Eliza+Knight
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review 2017-10-04 08:57
Action-packed Savage Dragon collection – with baby dragons!
FCBD 2015: Savage Dragon Legacy - Erik Larsen,Erik Larsen



Not particularly familiar with the Savage Dragon series, I found this book confusing at first but it all becomes relatively clear. The main character, Malcolm Dragon, now an LA policeman, fights an assortment of strong villains while dealing with his complicated love life and offspring. Many action-packed confrontations ensue.


It is well-illustrated as one would expect from Erik Larsen and company and the plot is quite interesting although I could have done with fewer fight scenes, all of which are pretty similar. Recommended to all followers of Savage Dragon.



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review 2017-09-26 00:00
Savage Rising
Savage Rising - Katie Reus Savage Rising - Katie Reus Book Reviewed: Savage Rising (Redemption Harbor #2)
Author: Katie Reus
Publication Date: 9/26/2017
Reviewed by: Tammy Payne- Book Nook Nuts
My Rating: 5 Stars

This is book 2, and wow let me start off by saying I claim Savage. This book gives us everything you'd want in a suspense romance novel. We get the bad guys, the good guys and strong female characters.

We met Olivia back in book one and knew there was going to be trouble. Well, she brings it to her friend Skye and her crews door, and everything just moves right along. The action is nonstop and the hotness well it grows and then BOOM!
Grab your copy now and get swept up in this really good read.

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review 2017-09-18 05:44
Savage Woods - Mary SanGiovanni
Savage Woods - Mary SanGiovanni

The woods are alive. At least that's what Mary SanGiovanni would like you to believe in her latest offering, Savage Woods. The Nilhollow section of New Jersey's Pine Barrens has had its history of weird happenings. People tend to go missing here. Think of it as New Jersey's answer to the Bermuda Triangle. This has dated back tens of thousands of years. The Native Americans knew this and avoided this area like the plague. But what causes it? SanGiovanni attempts to explain it by introducing us to a chasm in Nilhollow that is allowing the bad mojo to escape it and pollute the wood spirits like a plague. This causes the woods to constantly shift and trap anyone who enters and then the wood spirits form these little tree creatures to off their victims. If you suddenly went "Huh?", you're not alone. Savage Woods has a few good ideas surrounded by an absolute mess and that's the most frustrating part for me. SanGiovanni can write. I've read so-called authors who couldn't find a coherent sentence with two hands and a flashlight. She is not one of them. Unfortunately, the two stories of hers that I've read, she tries to take amazingly unrealistic material and breathe life into them. Instead, we get a laughable plot, uninteresting characters and pacing that makes a snail look like a top-fuel dragster. The possessed trees and vines in the Evil Dead. Now that was scary. Not so here. The tree creatures come off as hokie. Native American folklore can make for a great storyline, much like Brian Moreland did in The Devil's Woods and Dead of Winter. Again, not so here. She does throw in quite a bit of the red stuff, but you're beyond caring at this point and that makes the characters nothing more than cannon fodder. I simply found myself yawning through the whole thing eagerly anticipating the ending to come and put me out of my misery.



2 Killer Oaks out of 5



* this ARC was provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.



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