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review 2017-07-19 12:44
Resistance is Futile - Jenny T. Colgan

A bunch of maths nerds are brought together to solve a code. Connie is one of them, all of her colleagues are eccentric but none more than Luke and she finds herself attracted to him. 

 

There's murder, aliens, complex maths (that's more hinted at than stated), chases and a lot of nerding and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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text 2017-07-19 00:48
Demon Hunter (The Collegium Book 1) Jenny Schwartz 99 cents!
Demon Hunter (The Collegium Book 1) - Jenny Schwartz

You can bleed and die banishing a demon, but Fay Olwen discovers there are worse hurts. Betrayed by the Collegium and by her father, she must build a new life away from New York. Leopard shifter Steve Jekyll would have her build it with him. But loyalties are never simple and new love never easy. When demons are unleashed, Fay tracks the evil back to the Collegium, and now all hell will break loose because Fay fights for the innocent, and Steve will protect what is his.

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review 2017-07-14 18:17
The Atlas of Forgotten Places: A Novel - Jenny D. Williams

I absolutely loved this book. A book filled with family, love, friendship, action and suspense set in Africa during the revolutionary war in Uganda and the Congo.

Sabine, who has retired from a long career of aid work to Germany, discovers that her niece, Lily, who went to Uganda to follow in her aunt's footsteps, is missing. Lily was scheduled to come home for the holidays, however, she was not on the plane when it landed. Sabine knows that the only way she is going to find her niece is to go to Uganda herself and look into the matter. 

What she finds there is so different from how it was when she was there as an aid worker. There has been a revolutionary war and poverty is everywhere. Families are missing family members and it seems everyone is trying to find their loved ones. However, with Lily being white, she hopes that this will put a spark under everyone and Lily will be found easily and safely. That does not happen.

The story of Sabine's journey is filled with action and suspense. I sped right through this book totally engrossed. Jenny D. Williams has done a great job in this, her debut novel. The writing and how she plotted everything was impeccable. 

A book filled with emotion, surprises, and lots and lots of danger which I found very entertaining. I would definitely read this author's next book!

Thanks to St. Martin's Press and Net Galley for providing me with a free e-galley in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.

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review 2017-07-10 11:17
light superhero fun
Spandex and the City - Jenny T. Colgan

Holly Phillips is single and looking for love, however she doesn't expect that her next moment is going to be flashing her knickers at the press as she's being rescued by Ultimate Man; Centerton's own superhero.  Holly keeps finding herself in trouble and having to be rescued and Ultimate Man finds her attractive, but can he allow himself to love; after all his attraction is keeping her in danger.

 

It's fun, light and from the point of view of a superheroes girlfriend, it pokes loving humour at a lot of superhero tropes and is dedicated to Mary Sues everywhere. Holly is a fun character with a lot of spunk and you can tell that the author had a blast writing it.

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review 2017-06-06 15:49
The Summer House: A gorgeous feel good romance that will have you hooked - Jenny Hale

A great beach read set in . . . a beach house! I enjoyed reading this book, while a little cheesy sometimes, it was a fun read. The blurb was absolutely correct in saying "a gorgeous, feel good romance that will have you hooked"! The added bonus of a secret diary hiding a huge secret made it very interesting, as well.

Thanks to Bookouture and Net Galley for providing me with a free e-galley in exchange for an honest, unbiased opinion.

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