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review 2017-11-09 00:00
American King
American King - Sierra Simone I read through all three of the New Camelot books at once, because I wanted to get the whole story at one time. Man... emotional overload. It took me three days or so to finish, and probably half a box of kleenex. Mostly from book three.

The characters are fully realized, story is rich in detail and flavor, and it has so much of everything. Intrigue, action, politics, erotica, and ROMANCE... lots of romance. In all forms. Dark, forbidden, deep, casual, forgettable, and of course - everlasting.

Ms. Simone has crafted something wonderful, has taken a timeless tale and spun it on its head, and I commend her for it.

This one is going on my "I'll re-read this again" pile.

NOTE: I was not given ARCs of any of this series, I read personal copies.
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review 2017-11-09 00:00
American King
American King - Sierra Simone I read through all three of the New Camelot books at once, because I wanted to get the whole story at one time. Man... emotional overload. It took me three days or so to finish, and probably half a box of kleenex. Mostly from book three.

The characters are fully realized, story is rich in detail and flavor, and it has so much of everything. Intrigue, action, politics, erotica, and ROMANCE... lots of romance. In all forms. Dark, forbidden, deep, casual, forgettable, and of course - everlasting.

Ms. Simone has crafted something wonderful, has taken a timeless tale and spun it on its head, and I commend her for it.

This one is going on my "I'll re-read this again" pile.

NOTE: I was not given ARCs of any of this series, I read personal copies.
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text 2017-10-31 15:01
Fan Blitz - American King

 

★★★ AVAILABLE NOW ★★★ 

 

 

 

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 American King, the HIGHLY anticipated and MOST talked about conclusion to the New Camelot Trilogy, is now LIVE!!

 

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2014-10-02 18:21
Iron Horse King [Rebecca Bernadette Mance]
Iron Horse King (American Royalty, #2) - Rebecca Bernadette Mance

I liked this one a lot more than the first book in this series, The Letter.  A lot of that is that I liked Jacob a lot more then I liked William (since I hated him, that doesn't necessarily mean much). I also really liked Mary Rose dressing up as a boy and working on the rail road.  I expected Jacob's reaction to be worse then it was, but he was just surprised that he hadn't realized it. Her getting hurt and everyone finding out she's really female was very Mulan. Not sure if that was intentional or if it just worked out that way. It was a good way for Jacob to find out, after all.

 

I hadn't expected Mary Rose to go to Paris, but go she did.  It could have gotten her killed but I guess Jacob had to be the hero somehow. 

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text SPOILER ALERT! 2014-10-01 21:22
Reading progress update: I've read 64%.
Iron Horse King (American Royalty, #2) - Rebecca Bernadette Mance

I like this one a lot more than the first one in the series - Jacob isn't an ass and I'm really loving the whole faking being a boy to get on the train thing.  I know it's a cliche, but it's fun anyway.

 

I also want to read Nothing Like It In the World (by Stephen E. Ambrose) now.  There are quotes from that book at the start of some of these chapters and the book sounds interesting. 

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