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Darkening Skies – Bronwyn Parry

For eighteen years, a black hole in Mark Strelitz’s memory has concealed the truth: that he was the driver of a car in which a young woman died. Now he needs to set the record straight. His very public resignation … Continue reading

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Darkness Unbound – Book 1 Dark Angels by Keri Arthur

Darkness Unbound – Book 1 Dark Angels by Keri Arthur The fight against darkness rages on for the next generation—in New York Times bestselling author Keri Arthur’s exciting new series set in the world of the Guardians. Being half werewolf … Continue reading

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Spiders Revenge – Jennifer Estep Book 5 in the Elemental Assassin Series

Spiders Revenge – Jennifer Estep Book 5 in the Elemental Assassin Series So I’ve been following this series from the beginning. I have laughed and cried as well as stayed up late on more than one occasion just so I … Continue reading

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How do you sort your books?

I’m not sure of anyone else out there but recently I’ve been thinking about the different categories of books.  I’m not talking genre’s I talking about the “need”factor to read them.  I’ve broken it downinto the following and wonder if … Continue reading

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Surrender the Dark – LA Banks

Surrender the Dark – LA Banks Celeste Jackson has fought all her life against a fog of hallucination and substance abuse, but it’s not until she meets her protector, Azrael, an angel who has left the safety of the Light, … Continue reading

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First Winner of the Nancy Haddock – Always the Vampire Contest

Hi Everyone, Sorry its taken so long to announce the first winner.  My internet at home crashed 3 days ago. The first winer is ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,: Camille.  Becuase we aren’t sure where you live, could you please send me an email … Continue reading

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Digitalis – Discarded Heroes Series – Ronie Kendig

The vividness of the description of a marine suffering Post Traumatic Stress Disorder with the flashbacks makes your heart ache and tears well up.  I read this book on one of the days leading up to ANZAC Day, which is … Continue reading

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