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text 2018-03-08 22:28
Dog On It - Chet and Bernie Mystery #1 -Reading progress update: I've read 10%.
Dog on It (A Chet and Bernie Mystery, #1) - Spencer Quinn

Normally, if you give me a first-person narrative from a dog's point of view, I'll just bliss out like a Lab having its ears scratched until its all over but this one is starting slow and Chet, the dog, isn't quite convincing me.


I'm giving it one more hour to make me wag my non-existent tail, then I'm throwing in the leash.

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review 2018-03-01 18:13
When you remember nazicap writer wrote this
The Fix Vol. 1 - Nick Spencer,Steve Lieber

Would have been four or five stars, but then I saw Nick Spencer's name.  I'm still pretty pissed off about nazicap.  Like I may not ever be not mad about that shitshow. 


Anyway, I got it in a Humble Bundle, had heard good things, and was morbidly curious.   Would what was reportedly a five star read overwhelm me, or would I still be cheesed off about nazicap?


The answer is: I'm still mad about nazicap.

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review 2018-02-03 00:00
Gray For You
Gray For You - Spencer Spears Gray For You - Spencer Spears I will start out by saying that when I started this book I was a bit intimidated by it's size at over 500 pages it is bigger than your average gay romance novel. I should have known that there was nothing to worry about, Spencer Spears has never disappointed me yet and she certainly did not do so with this awesome story. Once I started reading the story and characters hooked me and never let me go till the end. OK.. for starters, I would love to find a man out there like Gray, he is just so incredible and so exactly what Tyler needs in every way. I love the fact that even though Tyler could easily have become a whining, annoying, one-dimensional paper doll of a person, due to Ms. Spears writing for me he never came close to being just that. This story was never too angsty and though the relationship took most of the book to get them to the mutual "I Love Yous", it felt like the timing was perfect and necessary to be true to the two MCs. Since I had ended up reading "Oliver Ever After" before this one, I obviously knew about Gray & Tyler being together since they were in quite a bit of Luke's story. It was certainly nice seeing how they got to that point. Over all another awesome read that sucked me in and by the end made me cry lots of happy tears!
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review 2018-01-25 00:00
Oliver Ever After
Oliver Ever After - Spencer Spears Oliver Ever After - Spencer Spears I received an ARC copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

My actual star rating for this book if I could give half stars would be 4.5 stars, but since I can't I rounded it up to 5. I'll get to why I dropped a half star off my rating in a bit. For starters I gotta say I absolutely love Oliver and Luke, that being said I also had multiple time where I wanted to scream at them to get their heads outta their asses and just tell each other how they felt. Let me just say that for my taste the angst metter in my head went off a bit more than I would prefer. There were several points in this book that I not only had to remind myself that there was a promised HEA by the end; but I was chanting it in my head like a mantra. Now, truthfully this kind of drama is what a lot of people like in a book, however since I tend to not so much read books but live them, it kinda twists my insides in knots. That said I still LOVED this book. I can deal with angst, just as long as a story is worth it and this one was above and beyond worth it! Over all this book was awesome, the MCs are so real and complex that by halfway through they felt like family.
the supporting cast is well-developed and used perfectly to complement the MCs. I thought that the use of Oliver's Dad and Luke's Mom was particularly well done. While the writing of the sex was hot as one would expect, it was also just stunning at times when just describing a kiss, touch or look. The true intimacy and love came through loud and clear through out the book. Ok... now my reason for know off that half star. The only real thing that bothered me in this book is the author's artistic decision to not just switch POV every other chapter (which never bothers me) but to many times got back 7 yrs in time, then the next chapter would be back in the present again. This bugged me so much that after it happened the first two times I stopped, then jumped the remaining present day chapters and read all the 7 yrs ago ones first, then went back and read through the present day ones. I just found it too jarring jumping back and forth in time so frequently. Personally I would have preferred if the book had been laid out in chronological order. Like I said this was an artistic choice by the author and I am sure it will work for many readers the way she laid out the book. Just didn't work for me. Once again I wanna reiterate how much I loved this book and the characters in it. It was so worth reading and by the end I was a tearful mess!
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review 2018-01-13 18:19
Moonlight and Mechanicals
Moonlight & Mechanicals (Gaslight Chronicles, #4) - Cindy Spencer Pape

This is Wink and Liam's story. Wink has been in love with Liam since she first meet him. If memory serves, she was around 15. As she grew up and he got to know her, he fell in love with her too. Wink is a prodigy inventor. Liam works for Scotland Yard and also happens to be a werewolf. 
I really love Wink and was looking forward to her story. I love how unconventional she is. I love how her family loves and accepts her just as she is. I love the concept of family. There is the family you are born into. Then, there is the family of choice. 
Wink's brothers have a conversation with Liam about family that hits home for him. Liam was a decent character for Wink, even if I wanted to slap him a time or two. Overall, less "I want you, but I can't!" would have been nice. A little more on the mystery and the final outcome would have been welcome. It's over and done with too fast. But I did like it and feel this is the best so far. I have the next, Cards & Caravans, and will be reading it soon I hope.

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