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url 2018-10-10 09:03
Flippable Mattress Reviews | Best Mattress For Cooling

Daily Mom has positive reviews to share for Layla Mattress. It loves the design and pain management structure of the mattress. You can read the whole blog on our site to know more.

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Copper Pillow | Best Cooling Pillow

Layla sleep offers the best mattresses for back pain and best pillow for neck pain in the US. Experience cool & comfortable sleep with Layla mattresses & pillows.

Source: laylasleep.com/product/layla-pillow
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review 2018-10-06 11:17
Hot SEAL, Cold Beer (SEALs in Paradise) by Cynthia D'Alba
Hot Seal, Cold Beer - Cynthia D'Alba


What do you get the woman that needs to be in control? 

Jennifer Pierce had everything under control until when she wasn't looking her love life fell apart. Desperation has her looking to her brother for help. Help comes in the form of tall, dark and tempting. Nikko needs a break and when a buddy asks for a favor, he happily agrees. A free vacation, a sexy plus one and some hot fun in the sun sounds perfect. Neither counted on a one time favor, becoming an irresistible hookup. Hot Seal, Cold Beer keeps the summer heat fresh in our mind as we head off into winter. D'Alba provides the perfect getaway to chase away the blues.

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review 2018-10-03 03:34
Cold Spell (Sweet Escape, #3) by Mia London, Susan Sheehey
Cold Spell - Susan Sheehey,Mia London


If first impressions are everything, Liddy and Luke get off to a bad start. They push each others buttons with personalities and attraction. Cold Spell is a chilly tale of unexpected romance and shocking reveals. London and Sheehey tempt with fiery personalities and heated attraction that is hot enough to melt any iceberg that gets in it's way.

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review 2018-10-01 22:30
Cold Days / Jim Butcher
Cold Days - Jim Butcher

For years, Harry Dresden has been Chicago's only professional wizard, but a bargain made in desperation with the Queen of Air and Darkness has forced him into a new job: professional killer.

Mab, the mother of wicked faeries, has restored the mostly-dead wizard to health, and dispatches him upon his first mission - to bring death to an immortal. Even as he grapples with the impossible task, Dresden learns of a looming danger to Demonreach, the living island hidden upon Lake Michigan, a place whose true purpose and dark potential have the potential to destroy billions and to land Dresden in the deepest trouble he has ever known - even deeper than being dead. How messed up is that?

Beset by his new enemies and hounded by the old, Dresden has only twenty four hours to reconnect with his old allies, prevent a cataclysm and do the impossible - all while the power he bargained to get - but never meant to keep - lays siege to his very soul.


I read this book to fill the Supernatural square of my 2018 Halloween Bingo card.

The difficult we do right away—the impossible takes a little longer.

But only a little, because Harry Dresden’s impossible tasks always seem to come with a deadline. Truly, if he doesn’t come through, lots of people will be dead.

Harry is now Mab’s Winter Knight and he’s learning why the last guy to hold the role was the jerk that he was. But like all good urban fantasy heroes, Harry has a whole gang of good folks (with various abilities and powers) who will walk into hell with him and he’s also pretty good at forging alliances across the aisle with some on the opposing side (or do they just think they’re on the opposing side?)

How appropriate to be reading a book called Cold Days when the sky was trying it’s best to snow on us! Cuddling up in a fuzzy blanket and reading the further adventures of Harry Dresden just seemed like the best thing to do!

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