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review 2021-09-24 05:41
Bet me
Encore - Eden Finley

This is book #4 in the Famous series.  This book can be read as a standalone novel.  To avoid spoilers and greater understand the characters, I recommend reading in the order the author intended.


Blake has promised Jordan he will honor the bet they made, and do the movie together.  Little does he know that working day in and day out with him will draw them closer.  Then Jordan has issues with his boyfriend and the world tips on its axis.


Jordan has just made a big life change and is not sure what to do or where to go.  Thank goodness Blake was there and can help him hide.  While they are waiting to finish the film, he might as well get to know the rest of the guys.


This was a very real story to me.  I loved the characters!  This series is amazing and the guys from Eleven are so fun to read.  I give this a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!


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review 2021-04-18 16:24
Wonderful and original short story collection
Revenge: Eleven Dark Tales - Yōko Ogawa

A wonderful collection of short stories some dark some a little weird but all cleverly written. There is a loose connection theme running along side the clear prose that is always prevalent in Japanese literature. Highly recommended.

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text 2019-12-05 19:31
Eleven on Top
Eleven on Top - Janet Evanovich

Stephanie Plum, Book 11

I Picked Up This Book Because: Continue the series.

The Characters:

Stephanie Plum:
Joe, Ranger, Connie, Various people who keep trying to kill Stephanie

The Story:

Stephanie working for Ranger. That is all I can think about. Oh and Grandma Mazur’s shenanigans. That lady certainly keeps her family on their toes. I want to be just like her when I grow up.

The Random Thoughts:

The Score Card:


4 Stars

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review 2019-12-03 04:06
Holiday Ever After: Eleven Contemporary Romance Short Stories
Holiday Ever After: Eleven Contemporary Romance Short Stories - Amy Andrews,Erin Nicholas,Maria Luís,Kimberly Kincaid,Erika Kelly,Kate Canterbary,Lili Valente,Lucy Score,Willow Winters,Natasha Madison,J.H. Croix




Holiday Ever After gave emotions something to sing about. With authors like Erika Kelly, Kimberly Kincaid and Lili Valente, sexy is a given. When it comes to keeping it heartwarming there's no one better than Erin Nicholas, J.H. Croix and Natasha Madison. Amy Andrews and Maria Luis balance out this journey of feels with a sense humor to go along with the heart. There's something for every heart. With so many choices, it's hard to fall in love with just one and I'm okay with that. A year round delight.

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review 2019-11-18 14:54
Book Review: Eleven (Eternals #1) By J. Marie
Eleven - J. Marie


This book brought me back to the beginning of paranormal romance vampire books! This is what I want to see more of in vampire romance books period. I want an interesting overall storyline and a relationship rearing its head in the midst of problems. This is what, I consider, ground zero for what vampire books have become today. 


Eleven was an interesting character in a harsh situation from the beginning. He was a mysterious character because no one besides the big bad actually knew much about him. It wasn't his own making and that just made it all the more intriguing. I'm hoping more tidbits from everyone's background will be sprinkled in future books of this series.


Ettie was an okay character. Considering my dislike of kids in novels, I actually thought she was more entertaining as one. As an adult, she made very poor decisions. Even when presented with option A or running and dying she has the gall to think she can run and not die. Did she not live through the nightmare child-her initially described or did I just hallucinate her backstory? Also, does she have a death wish?


The other guys make me think this series is going to be long and prosperous. This overall idea is reminiscent of the J. R. Ward's Black Dagger Brotherhood series but much more toned down, which I really enjoy!


My Favorite Quote:



"Small doesn't mean weak."

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