romance

Review: The Captain and the Cavalry Trooper

The Captain and the Cavalry Trooper was published by Pride Publishing and is co-written by Catherine Curzon and Eleanor Harkstead. It’s the story of Trooper Jack during WWI, who becomes a groom at a chateau in France for the prickly horse Apollo and his equally prickly owner Captain Robert Thorne. I’m always a little hesitant
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Review: Glasshouse by Rosalind Abel

The Glasshouse is the seventh book in the Lavender Shores series by author Rosalind Abel and self published through Wings of Ink Publications. The stories can be read as standalones, but you’ll miss some of the backgrounds for the characters. You can read my review for the audiobook of The Garden here.  The Glasshouse tells
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YA-review: Fox-Hat and Neko by August Li

Fox-Hat and Neko is a young adult fantasy book written by author August Li and published by Harmony Ink. It’s a fantasy story that has this manga-esque feeling to it. It’s very much a coming of age story along with adventure in this mix. Fox-Hat and Neko is a story I enjoyed reading and I
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Release Blitz: Love in Spades (Four Kings #1) by Charlie Cochet

LOVE IN SPADES CHARLIE COCHET M/M ROMANCE RELEASE DATE: 04.24.18 COVER DESIGN: REESE DANTE getBook.at/LoveInSpades BLURB Ex-Special Forces soldier Anston “Ace” Sharpe is fighting a different battle these days—one involving the world of private security across the state of Florida. As part owner of Four Kings Security, Ace and his fellow Kings tackle everything from
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ARC-review: Fighting for you by Megan Derr

Fighting for you is the second book in the Lifesworn series by Megan Derr and published by Nine Star Press. I’ll admit to not reading the first book in the series, but I got curious when I read the blurb for this one. I’m very happy I did so too, because I liked this short
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ARC-Review: Lock Nut by JL Merrow

This was one of my most anticipated reads for early 2018. It’s no secret I really like the Plumber’s Mate series and while the previous books were lightly edited and republished, I knew where things were going. Not so for Lock Nut, it was all shiny and new! The plot The story follows plumber Tom
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