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review 2018-04-10 10:00
Release Day Review! Ram Wild (Ares Cursed #2 / Zodiac Shifters) Decadent Kane!
Ram Wild - Decadent Kane



A nymph outcast tied to the land…

Echo is a curvy nymph, the black sheep of her kind. She doesn’t steal men. She even cut herself off from most of the world, except her forest. And Fahd, a magic eater, is consuming the essence within her trees. There’s only one way to stop him, the golden fleece. It took her nearly a year to get her hands on the fleece. And not even a day for the sexy ram shifter, Jace, to find her. However, she won’t be giving the fleece over lightly. Echo’s determined to give him the fight of his immortal life, but she’s worried it’s her own attraction she has to control.

A ram shifter cursed by Aries to never stay in one place…

Jace Argo is an Aries Guardian with one task; protect the mythical golden fleece. When the fleece is stolen right from under his nose, Jace traipses into the forest after the thief. He didn’t expect to run into a raven-haired nymph. He has four days before his curse forces him to leave town with or without the fleece. He will pull out every arsenal in his box of male charms to get what he wants.

A stolen mythical fleece brings them together, everything else will tear them apart.

This book stands alone within the series.



Ram Wild is a fun and adventurous romance that brings spice to the reader’s life. Everyone that reads the Zodiac Shifters series knows that there are lots of shifter variety to be found in the series and that each book is enhanced by the Zodiac mythology with each author’s books having their own unique elements that make them even more enjoyable for the readers.


Decadent Kane’s Ram Wild certainly has all of the above and while the story is full of suspense and thrills that keep readers on the edge of their seats with a pretty scary evil that needs to be vanquished and an unpredictable romance to sweeten the story, this book also has a ‘quest’ feel to the story that brings in the fun and adventure that I mentioned above which certainly spices things up.


Jace and Echo are strong, captivating characters that had me enthralled from the very beginning and held me hostage to the very end and I can’t wait to read more books in the Ares Cursed series of the Zodiac Shifters. Did I mention that I really love the Ares, curses, and ram shifters elements of the story because it is so very different from other stories and is in fact the first book that I have read about ram shifters.




Ram Wild is the 2nd book in the Ares Cursed series and part of the Zodiac Shifters series!


You can also visit the Zodiac Shifters website to find out more about this fascinating series and what books are available.


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review 2016-04-20 10:00
Spotlight & Review: Entangled Darkness (Others of Edenton #8) by Brandy L. Rivers






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review 2016-04-18 20:15
Entangled Darkness (Others of Edenton #8) by Brandy L. Rivers
Entangled Darkness (Others of Edenton Book 8) - Brandy L. Rivers,Kathy Lapeyre

Tremaine, Liz and Robert have forged an unbreakable bond through heartbreak and reunion but Robert’s new case threatens to drag Tremaine back to his darkest hours in this spectacular paranormal romance. I just had another fascinating trip to Edenton, one that kept me turning the pages (I refused to take any type of break during the reading of this book), and what’s more has set off more intriguing possibilities and interesting elements to make the series even more addicting, so of course I can’t wait to for the next trip.


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review 2014-06-20 10:00
Codex Born (Magic Ex Libris #2) by Jim C. Hines
Codex Born - Jim C. Hines

As much as I liked Libriomancer and loved its world, Codex Born and I didn't get a good start. The reason is in the multiple first person voices. What I expect from a second book in a series is to learn more about the characters and their relationships interspaced the book specific plot, but I also hate headhopping especially when the voices are indistinguishable. So, when a story is told from a certain point of view in a first person voice, I expect the author to stick to it.


One benefit from Lena's chapter inserts is the pacing, which is much better here than it was in Libriomancer. There really isn't much breathing room between the action packed scenes, which in theory should have sucked me in without an escape.


The story itself is an organic continuation to the events of the first book. The world becomes more complex and morally grey as do the characters. Some new secondary characters are introduced and old ones sidelined. Also cultural diversity expands. Yes that is code for diverse secondary characters who are crucial to the plot.


I can't say much more than that without spoiling either Codex Born or Libriomancer. And to be honest: I don't remember much more.


There was even a slightly dated but accurately explained Finnish curse word. I myself prefer to invoke the devil rather than a deity.

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review 2014-03-07 08:00
Libriomancer (Magic Ex Libris #1) by Jim C. Hines
Libriomancer - Jim C. Hines

It's a detective story where the reader learns the clues as the narrator does and jumps to the next logical conclusion in step with him. The aim is to find the killer but also learn as much as possible about the world of libriomancy. There are other ways to use magic than reaching into a book and pulling out disruptors or healing potions, but none of them speak quite as keenly to any book lover, which the author quite clearly is.


Librarians are the real heroes of this world. But in the book they also have magic, and what's better than a librarian has magic? A fire-spider of course. A spider that sets things on fire near books? Tricky but handy too, and if I hadn't set my heart on getting a kitten I'd take Smudge.


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