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Vampire Blues by Stephany Simmons

Read  June 2017 Recommended for fans of very light PNR ★    ★    ★    Adventures of the first book over, Eleanor Figg and Lian Cairn are now a couple. They’ve decided to remodel his Irish pub into a bar and grill. … Continue reading

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Mercy Blade by Faith Hunter. Or, Mercy me.

Read  July 2017 Recommended for fans of kick-ass-lady urban fantasy. And vampires ★    ★    ★    I’m always on the lookout for the next Kate Daniels, and the Jane Yellowrock series comes close. Like Kate, she lost parents to violence, and … Continue reading

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Marked In Flesh by Anne Bishop. Or, chocolate that doesn’t melt in your hands.

Read December 2015 Recommended for fans of Speshul Snowflakes and ecological wins ★    ★    ★   ★   Oink, oink! For those who follow my reviews, I’m unable to stop myself from comparing this series to candy. As I learned in Salt … Continue reading

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Consumed by Jason Brant. Or, Snack-Time Lite.

Read April 2017 Recommended for fans of The Walking Dead ★    ★    ★  I used the lure of this book to drag my bootie to the gym and the reclining bike after the non-stop excitement of book one, Devoured. It … Continue reading

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Devoured by Jason Brant. Or, Snack time!

Read April 2017 Recommended for fans of The Walking Dead ★    ★    ★   ★   Fresh off my Vietnam fictional-autobiography The Things They Carried and Pulitzer Prize winner Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City, I really needed to rest … Continue reading

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Bite Me by Parker Blue.

Read February 2016 Recommended for fans of paranormal snark & romance  2 1/2  stars Val Shapiro is on vampire stake-out. Killing vampires is not only a public service, but the violence gives her temporary respite from her internal sex-demon, Lola. … Continue reading

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Knight Moves, The Black Knight Chronicles 3 by John G. Hartness

Read June 2015 Recommended for UF readers who want lite-fun-silly  ★    ★    ★  Well, got that fix out of the way. I’m about full-up on my need for humorous urban fantasy, so I can finally slip into something different. … Continue reading

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Back in Black, The Black Knight Chronicles 2 by John G. Hartness

Read June 2015 Recommended for UF readers who want lite-fun-silly  ★    ★    ★    There are times when making a healthy, fresh meal seems like too much work, times when munching on white cheddar popcorn and enjoying a drink … Continue reading

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Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop. Or, I shamelessly promote my reviews.

Read June 2015 Recommended for UF readers  ★    ★    ★    1/2   Three hundred posts has given, at the very least, perspective on why a particular book may or may not appeal to me. As I wrote in my … Continue reading

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Cerulean Sins by Laurell K. Hamilton. Oh, it’s a sin.

February 2015 Recommended for fans of Laurell, supernatural erotic  ★    In my defense, I’ve been trying to make bookshelf space, weeding out books I bought (and read) years ago. But it’s hard to part with them–after all, then-me must … Continue reading

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