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Blog Tour: Excerpt and Review of “Kiss Me At Christmas” by Valerie Bowman

Title: Kiss Me At Christmas Author: Valerie BowmanSeries: Playful Brides #10Publisher: St. Martin’s PressPrice: $7.99 (e-book) $5.98 (mass market paperback)Rating: ❄️❄️❄️❄️Christmas Rating: 🎅🎅 1/2 I guess it is that time of year again–it is finally acceptable to listen to Christmas music on repeat!  Yes!  Unfortunately, I read this book in October and was getting a lot of weird …

Review of “Controlled Burn” by Shannon Stacey

OMG.  I LOVED this book.  LOVED it.  There aren’t enough capital letters in the world to discuss just how much I loved this book.  It was my very first Shannon Stacey book (I KNOW) and it did not disappoint, which is saying a lot since I’ve had it on my TBR pile since Netgalley granted …

Review of “Steam Me Up, Rawley” by Angela Quarles

I honestly did not think I would like this book as much as I did.  First, I’ve never really read anything that could be considered steam punk; the only time I ever tried it before I couldn’t get past the first page because I felt like I needed a special dictionary to understand half of …

Review of “The First Love Cookie Club” by Lori Wilde

I know, I know, Christmas was two weeks ago, but I just found this book on Scribd the other day and I decided to give it a try.  It looked cute and light, so I figured I was in for a good ride.  Boy was I wrong. Sarah Collier was a nerdy 15 year old …

Review of “Naked in Death” by J.D. Robb

As I mentioned in my last post, I have been re-reading Naked in Death by J.D. Robb and that I have noticed a few things in this reading that I hadn’t in the past.  What disturbs me about this reading is how much I don’t like Roarke.  I have never had a problem with his character …

Staying Consistent Throughout a Series

I am currently re-reading J.D. Robb’s Naked in Death for what is probably the fourth or fifth time and I am noticing things in this re-read that I haven’t before–things like Roark’s net worth and his relationship with Summerset, but also things like Eve’s POV–things that aren’t quite the same in this first book as they …