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text 2017-07-23 01:27
Reading progress update: I've read 26%.
Axios: A Spartan Tale - Jaclyn Osborn

 

 

 

 

 

"They're our brothers," he whispered.

"And we do not abandon our family."

 

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text 2017-07-22 21:49
Reading progress update: I've read 17%.
Axios: A Spartan Tale - Jaclyn Osborn

 

“Your soul is pure and your mind - although not strong in battle strategy - is keen in other areas. I admire the way you see the world with such compassion. With such light.” He averted his gaze. “However, one day the light you carry will be snuffed out by darkness. I dread the moment when the gentleness in your brown eyes becomes cold as you see, at last, that the world is unforgiving and cruel." [Eryx]

 

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review 2017-07-22 16:44
Her Sheriff Bodyguard (Harlequin Historical) - Lynna Banning

The historian in me took the one word "Asprin" and felt a little jarred out of the story of a suffragette who has a stalker trying to kill her. She meets with Sheriff Hawk Rivera who decides she needs a bodyguard and follows her to several cities to try to keep her safe. They try to fight the attraction but things are complicated.

Interesting but there were times where I found Hawk overbearing and occasionally dismissive of Caroline. Probably period correct but I didn't feel the romance.

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text 2017-07-22 15:56
Reading progress update: I've read 8%.
Axios: A Spartan Tale - Jaclyn Osborn

 

 

 

 

 

I knew there was strength in you somewhere, boy. Your own life may not be of concern, but his," he nodded to Eryx, "he is what you will fight for

 

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review 2017-07-22 14:04
Jackaby
Jackaby - William Ritter

This book was an unexpected delight. It’s nothing new or groundbreaking; just your standard Sherlockian detective novel with a supernatural twist. But goodness me, it’s fun! And full of memorable characters, both living and formerly living, human and formerly human. Jackaby is adorably insufferable and Abigail is adorably ordinary. Jenny is adorably transparent (hah!) and Douglas is adorably, er, adorable. The one downfall for me is that the mystery is a bit lacking. I identified the murderer right away, but it didn’t lessen my enjoyment much (and looking at the GR reviews of people I follow, this seems to be a common occurrence). I’ll be picking up the next book in the series for sure.

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