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review 2016-11-07 00:00
Bits and Pieces: Cat Daddies Mysteries Series
Bits and Pieces: Cat Daddies Mysteries S... Bits and Pieces: Cat Daddies Mysteries Series - Wren Cavanagh I like cats. I especially like cats in books. Characters that have cats win bonus points in my opinion. And, in Bits and Pieces, we have a very large and unusual cat called Jericho who doesn't like that his cat daddy, the town's new vet, is being questioned for murder. So, he decides to help solve the murder, with some help from humans and animals along the way.

I found Bits and Pieces to be a very entertaining novella. Quite far from the horror book Arachnohazard, my first introduction to Wren Cavanagh. Although Bits and Pieces have a bit of gore as well, not as graphic and horrifying as in Arachnohazard perhaps, but they do have to pick up a murder victim in pieces...

Bits and Pieces is a perfect novella for when you want a mystery, with a cat, and some very interesting characters (both human and animals). The especially liked how the story ended, and I'm curious to see what will happen next.

I liked Bits and Pieces very much and I look forward to reading the rest four novellas!

I want to thank the author for proving me with a free copy for an honest review!

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review 2016-10-15 16:56
Mirror Image Seduction (Feline Shifters of Down Under Book 1) by Tamsin Baker & Khloe Wren
Mirror Image Seduction (Feline Shifters of Down Under Book 1) - Tamsin Baker,Khloe Wren
Mirror Image Seduction is about a reporter and a set of mirror image twins, who also happen to be cheetah shifters. The story starts with a four-year-old boy who has gone missing. Whilst the lion shifters talk about what needs to be done, Dylan and Ryan get the job done first, and deal with the consequences later! Lacey gets involved when the little boy, Cameron, won't change his story from being rescued by two cheetahs. She goes to find out the truth and definitely gets more than she bargained for.
This is extremely well-written, without any visible "join-lines" between the two authors. There are no editing or grammatical errors that I noticed to disrupt the reading flow, and it all moved along steadily before building up to the ending. 
This was not a rushed story. Instead, although it went against their instincts, Dylan and Ryan gave Lacey time to get used to the idea, and to get to know them. She is a perfect match for them, and the twins obviously are already matched to each other anyway.
If I had one grumble, it would be that I didn't get enough of Ryan. Yes, I loved Dylan, but Ryan just stole the show slightly for me. So for him to be the one unsure of Lacey's feelings, and for him to be best man, made me pout a little!
Other than that - which, let's face it, is just me being awkward! - I loved this story, with the conclusion to this part of the story whilst getting an introduction to the next. All I can say is if you like shifter romances, you will love this one. Highly recommended by me.
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book and my comments here are my honest opinion. *
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Source: archaeolibrarianologist.blogspot.de/2016/10/review-by-merissa-mirror-image.html
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review 2016-09-25 15:31
BOOK REVIEW: SP4RX by Wren McDonald
SP4RX - Wren McDonald

The style of illustrations in this graphic novel, and the fact that this is being distributed by a children’s book publisher and is marketed as for 14+ might lead you to believe it’s suitable for younger readers.




Early in the reading of this title, I came across the word “shit” and was willing to give it the benefit of the doubt. Most publishers will allow a couple of swear words in a  title for older teenage readers, but then came “asshole”, “bitch”, and “fuck”. And they weren’t one-offs.

Add to this the inclusion of drinking, smoking, “pleasure emporiums”, leather harnesses, assless chaps, gimp masks, and naked robot strippers complete with their own credit card swipe machines, and the realisation that this should not be accessible to fourteen year olds becomes a little clearer with every page.



The rest of this review can be found HERE!

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text 2016-09-19 02:06
Reading progress update: I've read 61 out of 120 pages.
SP4RX - Wren McDonald

There once was a man born low level
who felt he was weak and disheveled

ELPIS reached out its hand
then transfigured the man

who found out that the hand was the devil.

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text 2016-09-18 13:52
Reading progress update: I've read 34 out of 120 pages.
SP4RX - Wren McDonald

Really not sure what to make of this graphic novel... It seems to be drawn for an immature market, but a few words have shown up so far that wouldn't be suitable, like "fuck" and "shit" and "assholes".


Oh, and there's also pleasure bots, pleasure emporiums, whips, leather getups, gimp masks, whips, and assless chaps... 


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