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review 2017-09-19 01:08
Fun Historical Romance
The Seduction of Lord Stone (Dashing Widows) - Anna Campbell

The Seduction Of Lord Stone by Anna Campbell is a fun historical romance.  This is a fairly short book, a great choice for those with limited time for reading.  Ms Campbell has delivered a well-written book.  The characters and awesome.  Silas and Caroline's story is loaded with drama, humor and heat.  I enjoyed reading The Seduction Of Lord Stone and look forward to reading more from Anna Campbell in the future.  The Seduction Of Lord Stone is book 1 of the Dashing Widows Series but can be read as a standalone.  This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

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review 2017-09-18 01:47
Kissed at Christmas (Christmas at Castle Keyvnor) by Christina McKnight, Ava Stone, Michelle Willingham
Kissed at Christmas (Christmas at Castle Keyvnor Book 3) - Christina McKnight,Ava Stone,Michelle Willingham

 

Tales of rapture, hints of magic and the beauty of romance are key aspects of Kissed at Christmas. Cocoa and peppermint have nothing on these seductively sweet, yet addictively spicy tales.

 

Bound By the Christmastide Moon by Christina McKnight -  What does an Earl have in common with an unconventional young miss?  The need for a happy ending. Bound by the Christmastide Moon adds an element of mystique to an already mystifying romance.

 

 

Once Upon a Midnight Clear by Ava Stone - Ava Stone delivers the mischief that has made her a household name while dancing her way right into any romantic's heart with Once Upon A Midnight Clear.

 

 

The Sweetest Christmas by Michelle Willingham - A series of misconceptions lead to a sweetly seductive romance.

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review 2017-09-17 22:03
A Spicy Romance About Dreams and Realities
At the Heart of the Stone - Roxanne D. H... At the Heart of the Stone - Roxanne D. Howard

London fiancée Lark Braithwaite should be dreaming of her beloved and their new life together - not some sultry Irish stranger. But in reality, her betrothed, Charles, is already controlling and less desirable than the stranger in her erotic dreams: a fact that puts the damper on her marriage ideals.

 

At the Heart of the Stone traces the evolution of her mysterious dreams and how they juxtapose with the difficult realities in her life, bringing her to a slow, simmering reality that what she's experiencing with Charles is less than she might hope for.

 

As a busy businesswoman, Lark doesn't have time to make her dreams a priority until something changes, and suddenly she's called home to Oregon to attend her father's funeral; there to meet the elusive, passionate man in those dreams, handsome stranger Niall O’Hagan, in person.

 

Though it should be mentioned that At the Heart of the Stone is filled with graphic sexual scenes, these are part of a greater plot's appeal; not the heart of the story. Forced to confront family relationships and issues of the past, evidence of long-distance infidelity, and the rising need not only for a special, different kind of lover but the kind of lasting relationship that forces her to be more open and honest overall, Lark discovers that everything is changing in her life.

 

At the Heart of the Stone employs a combination of sexual power and emotional growth to fuel its special brand of intimacy and revelation, following Lark's progression and growth not only sexually and emotionally, but as a more engaged, active participant in life.

 

Opening her heart to Niall involves more than being exceptionally candid - it requires the kind of maturity Lark never experienced with Charles, and comes with a new set of decisions. Her journey brings readers along for a heady ride into these revised possibilities, creating a story that is high-powered on more than one level.

 

Sexually erotic, emotionally compelling, and spiced with evolving passion, At the Heart of the Stone is recommended reading for anyone who likes their romance stories steamy and powerful.

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review 2017-09-17 00:00
Omega Claimed
Omega Claimed - Riley Stone Omega Claimed - Riley Stone The most disappointing mpreg short story I've ever read. Gavin was a alpha manwhore and he came off as just wanting one thing, omega tail. Cody was no better, all we know is he is an omega and the bar he worked for was somewhere he worked to keep him safe but not from alphas. The story was so short Cody came off as having no personality and was just bland character that served as nothing more than a hole for Gavin to plow. There's no romance and it's not even that erotic of a read. I'm not sure what purpose the book was suppose to serve because I wasn't really entertained, the characters were one dimensional and there wasn't that much world building.
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review 2017-09-16 00:16
Review: The Stone Sky
The Stone Sky (The Broken Earth) - N.K. Jemisin

The concluding volume in a trilogy whose first 2 entries both won a Hugo, this will be on my ballot next year. This series is great. This conclusion is brilliant and has pay off for so many world building hooks I'm surprised it isn't 1000 pages long. 

 

My favorite minor reveal is the origin of Safe, a drink mentioned only a few times that has endlessly practical applications in a world periodically ravaged by apocalypses. 

 

Jemisin is brilliant and I look forward to seeing what she does next.

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