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Kinley MacGregor
Kinley MacGregor is the New York Times bestselling pseudonym for #1 international bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon. show more

Kinley MacGregor is the New York Times bestselling pseudonym for #1 international bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon.
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Birth date: December 11, 1793
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The Wombat's Book Blog
The Wombat's Book Blog rated it 4 years ago
For some reason I'm deeply disappointed in this story. I don't like the mystery, I don't like the main characters, and I've found actual honest-to-god typos in my copy.Did MacGregor's editor go on holiday when this one passed through, because it's really not up to her usual standard :(
The better to see you, my dear
The better to see you, my dear rated it 4 years ago
Prologue”He is the devil!”Draven de Montague, the fourth earl of Ravenswood, snorted aloud at the conviction in Hugh’s voice as they stood before the throne of King Henry II, while Draven’s brother and one of Hugh’s men stood a few feet behind them. ‘Twas an epitaph he’d heard more times than he cou...
A History Nut's Romantic State of Mind
I wanted to rate this book 3 stars because I liked it better than the first book which got a 2 star rating from me. But honestly I also wasn't crazy about this book, a 2.5 star rating to be precise. Then I remember my "when in doubt, round it down" personal rule, so round it down I did. I think it's...
A History Nut's Romantic State of Mind
A plain Jane rallying town women to withhold sex and herself is in love with the town's Casanova? I will pass. (I wonder, was Maggie a virgin in the book? That would be tremendously ironic for a virgin to tell other women to withhold sex from men to get them to do stuff, no?)
A History Nut's Romantic State of Mind
I don't know what to say about this book. It was really boring. Draven, the dark warrior, and Emily, the fair maiden, they were not supposed to love each other but they did, yada yada yada. What can I say? I have read many books with similar plots. Honestly there is litte new under the sun. I don't ...
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