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review 2017-06-25 02:50
THE ROMEO CATCHERS BY: ALYS ARDEN
The Romeo Catchers (The Casquette Girls Series) - Alys Arden

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Reading an Alys Arden book is like taking a vacation. Her books make you feel like you're an actual part of the French Quarter. Completely immersive and her love of her city shines through each and every page. You end up feeling as if you are living and breathing the city right along with the characters. I absolutely adore that about these books!

 

 

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I loved watching the Coven come together and getting to know some new characters as well as getting more background stories from characters we already know and love. Getting to know Niccolo better was quite endearing. I don't know what Arden is trying to do to my heart, but I don't think I could possibly be any more conflicted between Niccolo and Isaac at this point! Seeing Adele and Isaac's relationship flourish in this book was so sweet. I can plainly see that they are pretty darn wonderful together. But even with Niccolo being out of sight, he was never out of mind, and seeing him as this young determined dreamer with so many hopes of a bright future tugged at each one of my heartstrings. I don't even know what I want at this point! I am DYING to see what happens in the next book.

 

 

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I was really excited to see more of the witch magic throughout the story. It was a lot of fun watching Adele, Isaac and Dee building up their coven and finding their place. I am very eager to see this group grow and flourish! I am completely intrigued by their individual growing powers as well! That ending was OUT OF CONTROL. You could tell that it was building to something huge towards the end, and it did not disappoint. I have no idea what will happen next in this story, but I can't wait to find out!

 

 

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review 2014-11-19 00:00
Napa: A Vacation Novella, Book 1 (A MacAllester Family Adventure)
Napa: A Vacation Novella, Book 1 (A MacAllester Family Adventure) - Dawn DeSousa I actually really enjoyed this book! It was a cute story about finding love when the heroine goes to find a new job. The only thing I had any issue with was her willingness to be so deceptive in hiding her relationship. It was like she couldn't see that it was hurting everyone else around her. The hero was likable, but I feel that he should have stood up to the heroine instead of going along with her scheme. I understand why the author did things this way, but I still disagree with the character's choices. There seems to be a second book in the series, and I have every intention of picking it up when it is available for Kindle!
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18 + Due to Strong Sexual Content, Extreme Violence 

Book Geeks Unite says: “…raw, edgy, unpredictable, and even funny in parts. I was pleasantly surprised and entertained by this erotic thriller.” 

Amber’s Reading Room says: “It’s dark and twisted just the way I like it.” 

Book blogger Pia Bernardino says: “All Of Her Men is unapologetic, unconventional, unpredictable, interesting, tough and witty ...” 

Jolene is no ordinary woman. She’s young, vivacious, and oh so dangerous. Burdened by her uncontrollable urges, Jolene struggles to live with a sexual dysfunction so harsh it consumes her entirely. 

But when she starts receiving strange letters she suspects the worst. Someone saw her in a compromising situation. But what did they see? And what do they want? And how the hell did they find her? 

“It’s like Dexter meets 50 Shades of Gray.” Ryan (reader)

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