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review 2019-09-15 06:05
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The Lion Heart - Carrie Aarons

This is book #2, in the Rogue Academy series.  This book can be read as a standalone novel.  For reader understanding, and to avoid spoilers, I recommend reading this sexy series in order.

 

Kingston is at the top of his game.  He has made it to the best of the best.  Now he wants to be with the best.  Attracted from the first moment they met, he has wanted Poppy.  Chasing after women is just not the same now.

 

Poppy is sick of being lusted after by men who feel it is their right.  Overpaid, or born into money they all seem to be just overgrown boys who want to add her to their toy collection.  She has plans to be more than just a rich mans conquest.

 

The chemistry with this couple is off the charts.  Every time they are even in the same room the temperature rises.  This series seems to just get hotter.  I love the banter.  I love the pace that is nice and strong.  The heat is nice and hot.  I cannot wait to see the next installment.  I give this a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

 

 

***This early copy was given in exchange for an honest review.

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review 2017-04-07 20:52
The King and The Lionheart by waywardelle
The King and The Lionheart - waywardelle

A well written curtain fic in which Sam and Dean give up hunting and settle down in a small town in New England. After a bumpy start, the guys are finally able to acknowledge their love for each other with the support of the friendly locals.

When Dean settles back down into the couch, Sam shifts closer. Not a lot, not to be obvious. But his head is heavy, and he can practically feel the warmth Dean’s body is giving off. He likes his height a lot of the time, but this always gets him--that he can’t be small and innocent anymore, he can’t crawl into Dean’s lap and it mean nothing but affection.

Source: archiveofourown.org/works/7421695?view_full_work=true
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review 2016-01-19 01:18
Richard the Lionheart: King and Knight - Jean Flori

Flori’s book is very informative for those looking into chivalry in general, and in the role chivalric ideals played in the reign of one of England’s most iconic monarchs. Flori’s prose and his book’s larger structure is occasionally pedantic, making the book feel like like its subject was stretched too thin. 100 pages or so could easily have been cut from the book; Various subsections of the chapters could have been conflated, and not all of the context provided had immediate bearing on the principle subject.

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review 2014-10-26 00:00
The Seven Natural Wonders Of The Earth (My First Travel Books Book 2)
The Seven Natural Wonders Of The Earth (My First Travel Books Book 2) - Anna Othitis,Lionheart Publishing House,Cecelia Morgan Great book for kids. Wonderful.
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text 2014-04-20 01:00
Holiday Reading Easter 14
A King's Ransom - Sharon Kay Penman
Dangerous Women - Jim Butcher,George R.R. Martin,Gardner R. Dozois,Diana Gabaldon
Daughter of Smoke and Bone (Daughter of Smoke and Bone, #1) - Laini Taylor,Khristine Hvam
Twin Spica, Volume: 10   [TWIN SPICA V10] [Paperback] - Kou(Author) Yaginuma
Just This Once - Rosalind James
Love's Will - Meredith Whitford
Shift Omnibus - Hugh Howey

Well, it's holiday time yet again, so finally time to make up for the sloooowwww progress I've made in reading though termtime. Top of the list: A King's Ransom... 170 pages in so far... *happy sigh* Really think I need to go back and read the Justin de Qunincy books once I've finished this (not immediatly I finish, just within the next 5 years or so). I'm also keen to read a few more of the stories in Dangerous Women, which by some miracle I managed to renew at the library. I guess all the GoT & Outlander fans had already rushed out to buy it or something.
On the audiobook front, I'm keen to knock off the last 3-ish hours of Shift pretty soon & make a start on Daughter of Smoke & Bone. This is for a group challenge over at GR: this particular task is to read a book set in a school (so it better bloody be!!). My Silo fever appears to have burnt itself out for now, but I dare say I'll be back for the 3rd installment - Dust - at some point. Might wait until the library has an audio version tho.
I also have the next volume of Twin Spica to read - finally!! For some inexplicable reason it's been 6 months since I finished #9, although prior to that I was grazing my way through at the rate of one per month. Hope I've not forgotten too much of the detail in the meantime.
Must try and finish Love's Will. I was really enjoying it before I was distracted by Wool. And then Shift. It's a bit more of a strugle to go back to Just This Once -

mostly because of the hero being The All Black Captain... I can't help but think how infuriated I'd be if our current Captain Fantastic ended up hitched to a non-kiwi. I know I'm being irrational here, but it's seriously impacting on my ability to enjoy the story

(spoiler show)

- so that may end up as a dnf, which is a bit of a shame as I wanted to like it.

 

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