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review 2016-10-08 12:31
Seduced by Shark Shifters (By the Water #1) by Rafe Jadison
Seduced by Shark Shifters (By the Water Book 1) - Rafe Jadison
Seduced by Shark Shifters is both the first book in the series, and also the first book by Rafe Jadison that I have read. This is an erotica book, so expect some hot scenes in it. What you will also get though, is the start to a relationship between these three, plus what could possibly be an amazing series.
There is no insta-love in here, the three main males build up a relationship over time, spending time as friends before anything else happens. When something does happen, it is HOT! What happens after, adds to the character/world building, and makes it an enthralling read. 
Very well written, with a smooth and flowing pace, there is excitement both in and out of the sheets. I would definitely recommend taking a chance on this author, and I look forward to reading more by him.
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Source: archaeolibrarianologist.blogspot.de/2016/10/review-by-merissa-seduced-by-shark.html
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review 2016-08-11 07:19
Redeeming Rafe - Sloane Kennedy

What is it about Sloane Kennedy's books? I seem to plough through them with barely a break.

There is a pattern to them; it usually involves guys falling hard and extremely fast for each other - at least they have the lust part covered rather quickly. And that continues on throughout the books which generally have an insanely high level of steam. Which in this case is a good thing. These guys are all over each other. A lot. But I never get the feeling it's too much.

And then there is the pain. The Barretti boys - and all their loved ones - all seem to be broken or hurting in some way when we first meet them and although we luckily don't get to actually see the nasty stuff on page, Rafe telling his story in this book does not make for a sweet and fluffy read. Until he, of course, finds his HEA like his brothers before him.

Next one up soon. I may be addicted.

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review 2016-05-02 00:00
Redeeming Rafe (Barretti Security Series, Book 2)
Redeeming Rafe - Sloane Kennedy Thanks for recommending this Wendy!

This was an excellent hurt/comfort book. I didn’t read the first in the series (since it’s M/F) and I was a bit confused at times, but overall I could catch up with what happened.

Rafe is trying to get back at his brothers. His brothers who let him get taken by his biological father when Rafe was 8 years old. Rafe always thought they would be coming for him, but they never did..

Rafe was being pimped out to men by his father as soon as he was in his care. Rafe was only 8 years old then. My heart almost couldn’t take the part where Rafe told his brothers what happened to him.


Rafe tries to destroy the lives of his brothers by hacking their system and finding all the dirt about them. But he didn’t count on Cade, the person responsible for his brothers security.

Cade takes it upon himself to protect Rafe when it is clear someone wants to kill him..

I loved these guys together. They had this connection from the start, which I loved. We got some very steamy sexy times and eventually some sweet loving times.

On to the next book!
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text 2016-03-06 03:09
The Rough Face Girl
The Rough-Face Girl - Rafe Martin,David Shannon

Text: Martin, R. (1992). The rough-face girl. New York, NY: Putnam & Grosset Group.

Synopsis: In this Algonquin Indian version of the Cinderella story, the Rough-Face Girl and her two beautiful but heartless sisters compete for the affections of the Invisible Being.

Author Information: Rafe is the author of over 20 books translated into many languages. He is an author and storyteller and speaks at many schools, libraries, festivals, and conferences in many different states. He offers writing and storytelling professional development workshops. He holds a Master’s degree in English Literature from the University of Toronto. He was born in New York City.

Genre: Folk Tale/Legend

Interest Level: 3-5 grade

Reading Level: Fifth grade



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