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review 2018-04-11 13:43
REVIEW BY MERISSA - Fighting Faete (Beyond The Veil #5) by Elena Kincaid; Maia Dylan; Sarah Marsh
Fighting Faete (Beyond The Veil #5) - Elena Kincaid,Sarah Marsh,Maia Dylan
 
Fighting Faete is the fifth book in the Beyond The Veil series, and this series shows no signs of slacking. Each story is wonderful as a standalone, but together, they are brilliant. Kat is the Beta, and as such she knows very few men that are more dominant than her, and even less that she would like to mate with. She pits herself against bigger, tougher opponents, just to see if she will find someone more dominant. What she doesn't know is she already has her mates, and they are JUST as dominant. Kat needs to figure out how to have a relationship WITH them, and they need to figure out how to deal with someone as strong and sassy as Kat is.
 
This story is a welcome addition to the series. I've wanted Kat's story ever since she ran from Aeron and Alak. Before they get together is laugh out loud funny, but once they get together, the sparks fly even more. Well written, and with no editing or grammatical errors that disrupted my reading flow, Fighting Faete is an action-packed story, with highs and lows and surprises. The pacing is smooth, with no jarring at any time. A great addition to the series, and highly recommended by me.
 
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *
 
Merissa
Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

 

@elenakincaid1, @Maiadylanauthor, @SM_fiction, #Fantasy, #Ménage, #Romance, 4 out of 5 (very good)

 

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review 2018-03-10 01:27
A bumpy ride to happiness, a bit challenging on the way
Fighting For You - January Valentine

This is a story that has one person unable to move on from the past while the other is fighting for her future. Jewelia and Indigo are good together, but when things get too intense, Indigo backs off because of his past. I liked Jewelia's determination to have the future she wants, but she waffled a little too much. The journey to the end was very bumpy but worth the time.

This audiobook was a gift, and this is my unsolicited review.

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review 2018-02-24 12:24
Fighting Irish (The Summerhaven Trio) by Katy Regnery
Fighting Irish - Katy Regnery

 

The spirit of the Irish meets the allure of romance. Ms. Regnery takes us beyond the borders of social class in a tale as old as time, but no less breathtaking. Rory and Brittany come from two different worlds. The haves and the have nots. When you live your life based on labels it's easy to lose sight of who you are. Money doesn't buy happiness. The grass is not always greener on the other side of the fence. As children Rory and Brittany had little choice in how they lived their lives. Will the maturity of adulthood give them courage to follow their heart's desire? In situations like this I always root for the underdog. Katy Regnery made one underdog out of two people. Fighting Irish captured my heart at hello, which made it hard to have to say goodbye.

 

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review 2018-02-22 21:25
Fighting Dirty (Blind Jacks MC) - J.C. V... Fighting Dirty (Blind Jacks MC) - J.C. Valentine,M. Carroll

The story of Ryder and Tiffany continues in this second book.  You should read Marked For Death before you read this one.

As Ryder and Tiffany are getting settled in a life together, she can't help wondering if she is really cut out for the biker lifestyle.  Tiff loves Ryder like no other man before, but certain things that she sees in the biker's way of living she is not too keen on...danger....violence....whores....etc.

When something happens to Darkness, president of the Blind Jacks, all hell breaks loose.  While trying to contain that situation, it becomes apparent that Tiffany's ex has found her again.  Not wanting to bring more problems to the bikers, Tiff makes a rash decision that almost pushes Ryder over the edge.  Tiffany finally realizes that her and Ryder really do belong together and together is how they confront her crazy ex-husband.

All the suspense leading up to the confrontation was really enjoyable and made me want to keep reading.  I really enjoyed the characters of Ryder and Tiffany.  They were both fun and believable.  I also loved the situation between Darkness, Sammy and Rose.  They added some extra fun into the intense drama with Ryder and Tiffany.

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text 2018-02-20 23:49
Fighting in the Shadows: Untold Stories of Deaf People in the Civil War
Fighting in the Shadows: Untold Stories ... Fighting in the Shadows: Untold Stories of Deaf People in the Civil War - Harry G. Lang

I picked this up for a research project in my Intro to ASL class and it's great. 

 

The writing is quite engaging and the research is excellent. I was reading up on Laura Catherine Redden, a deaf poet and war correspondent who frequently met with Grant and got her first published book of poetry a pretty sweet pull quote from Lincoln. Every other resource I'd read about her was either very dry or gushing but not not well referenced. I read a few additional chapters and was impressed in general with the writing as well as the topic. 

 

I've only read bits and pieces as a reference rather than a straight up reading, but I wanted to make not of it here since I'm sure there are some history buffs at BL who might be interesting.

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