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review 2017-09-19 13:30
Book Review For: THE QUEEN by Skye Warren
The Queen - Skye Warren

'THE QUEEN' by Skye Warren is Book Two in The "Masterpiece Duet" series. This continues the story of Damon and Penny. I strongly feel you have to read the previous book to enjoy this one.
We pick up with Penny going to college and Damon still watching her in the background. Damon is keeping Penny's father in his debt and trying to keep him inline. We learn more about how Damon suffered early on to keep Penny safe from his father and him dealing with not doing enough to protect her. Penny and Damon have been playing a dancing game with their feelings but in the book it all comes to a head. Penny knows she needs to help Damon now and she does. Damon and Penny both only really exist for one another.
This book was another book that you just cannot put down...I had to know how it ended.
I have truly enjoyed this series!
Loved it!
"My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."

Source: www.amazon.com/Queen-Skye-Warren-ebook/dp/B0732SPXTD/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1505680597&sr=8-1&keywords=THE+QUEEN+by+Skye+Warren
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review 2017-09-19 10:13
The Queen - Skye Warren

I've been waiting for this finale to the Masterpiece duet and it absolutely blew me away. The book is beautifully written and deliciously dark. Penny and Damon dance around what they both know they want while Penny tries to solve a puzzle that could very well save a life. The heat level is off the charts and the twists just keep coming in this compelling tale of love, loss, disappointment, betrayal, and even some hope. With this series, Warren has proven her talent for playing with a reader's emotions as masterfully as her characters play their dangerous game. The Queen contributed to one more sleepless night for this reader because I absolutely couldn't put it down. And, I have to add that the last line of this tale was truly perfect! 

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text 2017-09-19 02:44
Reading progress update: I've read 1%.
The Sugar Queen - Sarah Addison Allen

Have not started. Taking a book break.


Planning on reading this for Terrifying Women.




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text 2017-09-16 16:56
Reading progress update: I've read 19%.
The Fire Queen (The Hundredth Queen Series) - Emily R. King

Once again I don't know who to trust. 

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text 2017-09-14 20:37
The Painted Queen: An Amelia Peabody Novel of Suspense (Amelia Peabody Series) - Elizabeth Peters,Joan Hess

In this last adventure, set in 1912, Peabody and Emerson have barely set foot in Cairo before the first death occurs: an unknown man wearing a monocle who collapses just inside the door of the bathroom where Peabody is soaking off the grime of her train ride from Alexandria. There is no question that the death is murder, and discovering the identity of the corpse, the reason for his carrying a card bearing the single word Judas, and the hand behind the knife that has dispatched the unwanted visitor consumes Peabody and Emerson even as they devote some of their attention to the excavation that has brought them to Egypt. The murderer could be the Master Criminal, defending Peabody from harm. Or s/he could be the representative of a secret society of monocle wearers.

As Peabody and Emerson, with help from the junior members of their extended family, strive to figure out what’s going on, they must also deal with less deadly intrusions from a missionary named Dullard and the ineffable Ermintrude de Vere Smith, writer of racy romance novels, as well as a disappearing archeologist and an apparently nonstop succession of forgeries purporting to be statues of Nefertiti–the Painted Queen. It all makes for a deliciously entertaining sendoff to a much beloved series, one that Peabody and Emerson fans should not miss.


Interview with Joan Hess at New Books in Historical Fiction.

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