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review 2017-02-08 17:35
Horse (Rolling Thunder Motorcycle Club #6) by Candace Blevins Review
Horse (Rolling Thunder Motorcycle Club Book 6) - Candace Blevins

Horse is one of the first non-wolf shifters to be patched into the RTMC after the rule change. He’s a Grizzly Bear, and his old pawnshop has become the MC’s new gun store in a mutually beneficial arrangement.

Gabby is a rabbit shifter with a complicated history. Rabbits live in Faerie, but her parents chose to escape to the human realm so they could be together. Tragedy struck twice though, and she was taken to The Summerlands at fourteen to be raised by extended family. She’s grown now and has chosen to come back, even though it means she’s alone in this world.

Bears are loners who are used to getting their way. Rabbits are sexual, social creatures who need a wide variety of partners in their lives if they go outside their own species.

And Gabby’s past is on a trajectory to keep her from the future she wants.




I really didn't need to discover a new author to read but I did. Bear shift catnip. Also, rabbit shifter. I love me an odd pairing. 


In some ways, I want to resist this book because it seems to formulaic and taking advantage of trends rather than be written out of imagination or love of the genre.

We have a motorcycle club. Its erotic. The hero is a bear shifter. He fights.


However, even though I think its fair to say there is too much going on in this book and more time could have been spent with the leads, its a great story of crazy sauce that works and is good.


The writing is very good and distinct. The characters are will developed with interesting backstories (the heroine more than the hero). The hero is kind and awesome. The heroine comes into her own and we have a wonderful opposites attract trope.

The world and culture building is excellent with a great cast. The plot walks the perfect line of conflict and twists without overstepping.


I love the ownership of the rabbit and bear sexuality and the complete comfort with a non monogamous (rooted in DNA and culture) soul mate kind of love.


They are wonderful couple and the love story was a super hot and tender delight.

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text 2017-02-01 10:59
January In Books
Allegiance of Honor (Psy/Changelings) - Nalini Singh
Assorted Fantasies - Joel Puga
White Rabbit Society Part One - Brendan Detzner
Slave to Sensation - Nalini Singh

So I will admit, for me, I have started this year out slow. Only 3 new books and one re-read. I do re-read the Psy/Changeling series alot though, I just cannot seem to get enough of that fantastic world Nalini has created. However I think for February I am going to aim for 5 new books. This is going to be an interesting challenge for myself, between kids activities, birthdays, other events AND hopefully starting some study, fingers crossed I can meet my own goal. It's not like I don't have plenty of new and exciting books waiting

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review 2017-01-30 05:04
I Don't Want a Rabbit by Ingrid Prins
I Don't Want a Rabbit - Ingrid Prins,Jel... I Don't Want a Rabbit - Ingrid Prins,Jelena Brezovec

I Don't Want a Rabbit by Ingrid Prins is a wonderful children's story about an unwanted rabbit. Timothy had lost his previous rabbit and did not want another one when a little brown, floppy-eared one showed up at his door. He did everything he could to discourage it from being there. It's an enjoyable book which could reach ages five and up.


I gave it five stars.


I received a complimentary Kindle copy from Clavis Books and NetGalley. That did not change my opinion for this review.


Link to purchase: https://www.amazon.com/Dont-Want-Rabbit-Ingrid-Prins/dp/1605372978


This is in pre-order status, so I could not leave a review on Amazon or Barnes & Noble.

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review 2017-01-29 12:02
What do you do when you have no idea?... Keep going
White Rabbit Society Part One - Brendan Detzner

I didn't know what to expect when I started this book, probably a good thing too, since I have a hell of a lot of questions and no answers... Yet. I spent most of the journey confused and trying to figure out what was going on, or what just happened, or even who everyone was and how they all fit together.

Although I have more questions now than I did at the start of the book, I am interested to see what happens in part 2. There were, however, parts that it wasn't obvious until near the end of the scene that we were seeing the past rather than what was happening right then, (I know confusing, if you want to know what I mean give the book a try

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review 2017-01-26 17:40
Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld
Duck! Rabbit! - Amy Krouse Rosenthal,Tom Lichtenheld

Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld is a great children's book, filled with optical illusions. The reader has to decide if the drawing in the book is a duck or a rabbit. This is a lesson for children who do not know when to " let go" of an argument and this book will allow them to use their cognitive knowledge to determine how they see things.

I would read this book to kindergarten through second grade to test their perspectives and this will allow students to have a great open discussion as a class.   


Lexile Level: AD20L





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