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Blackbeard’s Revenge (The Voyages of Queen Anne’s Revenge Book 2) – by Jeremy McLean – Review

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I had already read the previous book in this series so I was anticipating this sequel with great enthusiasm. It is quite obvious that the author has vastly improved on his writing skills since his first novel. He introduces a character in just one...

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REMEMBER ME: A Love Story – by Mary Funk – Review

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A unique love story revealing deep moral truths about human civilization Don't mistake this book as an ordinary tale of romance. It is about a love story all right, but the story is emotional, graphic and brutal. There is danger and pathos...

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Trick Or Treat Or Murder (A Mellow Summers Paranormal MysterySeries: Book 8) – by Janet McNulty – Review

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The title of the book itself is provocative enough but the story is even more so. I loved the fact that it is a simple yet engaging murder mystery without the usual bs found in a lot of modern horror books. I only wish I had it with me on last...

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The Very Delicious Strawberry: Twenty Illustrated Zen Stories Adapted for Children – by Tim Johnson – Review

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I loved the little tales in this ebook by Tim Johnson. At first sight the simple language may lead you to think this is a kiddie book but don't get fooled by its simplicity because this eBook contains powerful messages inside, wrapped in little...

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Australian short stories for boys (& girls) (adventure books for kids 9-12) – by Michael Mardel – Review

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I know very little about Australia but Mr. Mardel sure brings the country's rich culture and heritage alive with this collection of short stories. Never for once did I feel that the characters of his stories belong to an entirely foreign culture....

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Dangerous Reflections: A Historical Fantasy through Time – by Karla Tipton – Review

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Imagine that you are a girl entrusted by your grandmother to save someone from death, someone who lived in distant past, and the only man who can offer you help is a man you had a relationship with and had come to loathe; he offers a rather sick...

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Hands On: M/M Romance (More Than Friends Book 5) – by Aria Grace – Review

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Wow! I have read quite a few of Aria Grace's eBooks by now but this one is special. This is a no BS, no-filler book about gay sex. Seriously, you get one of the hottest sex scenes right at the very start of the eBook. And if that is not enough for...

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A Game of Greed and Deception: A Mystery Drama – by John Mathews – Review

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Twisted, dark thriller that keeps you guessing until the very end How to make a rich, married woman fall for you? If you want to know the truth, then read this ebook. This is not a dating guide for men at all, but contains several universal...

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Rings of Passage – by Karla Tipton – Review

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A medieval romance and a time travel fantasy mixed together in a perfect blend Imagine that you are a woman who is big into medieval romances and you actually meet one of your romance heroes through time travel ("Nineteen and ninety-one?" He...

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Sweet Mungo – by Meriel Brooke – Review

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The writing is excellent, story quite good but the characters just about OK This is a tale of an abused child who tried to make the best out of his pitiable condition. From a terrible upbringing, he works hard to become an assistant stage...

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Piccolo: An Intern’s Tale: From Venice to Williamsburg and Back (Tales of Piccolo Book 1) – by Piccolo Fortunato – Review

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This is a very sweet story with a fine touch of New York and its art scene This is a very sweet story with a fine touch of New York and its art scene which should be read more than once to be understood fully. One reviewer here wondered if it...

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River’s Revenge: (New Adult Shifter Romance: Book Three) (The Sanctuary Series 3) – by Charlotte Abel – Review

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The first two books in the series were so interesting that I didn't think I could wait too long for the third one to come out. Luckily for me, the third book came out soon enough. It is quite exciting right from the start. This is a real-page turner...