Tag Archives: paranormal romance

Review: No Mercy by Sherrilyn Kenyon

More and more, this series is feeling like a cozy comforter; something wonderful to curl with on a snuggly evening. Continue reading

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Reading Meme – Day Twenty-nine

Day Twenty-nine– Current book obsession At the beginning of the month, I would’ve said The Black Dagger Brotherhood series, but honestly, after struggling to finish Lover Enshrined, I think the shine has worn off. I’ve set aside Lover Avenged out of … Continue reading

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Reading Meme – Day Sixteen

Day Sixteen – Your guilty pleasure book Until recently, any smutty/romance novel I was reading would’ve fallen under this heading. However, nowadays I’m embracing my love for paranormal romances, so I can’t say that I have a guilty pleasure book. … Continue reading

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Review: Lover Eternal, by J.R. Ward

Over all, I liked it. The second installment in the series is as engaging as the first. Action-oriented, a good treatment of the genre’s cliches and expected HEA resolution, and a tight pacing. Things I like. Continue reading

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Reading Meme – Day One

I’ve shamelessly filched this from Waiting for Fairies. It’s a neat idea, and maybe a way to let people know that I really am around, and the blog really is still going. Day One – Your favorite series of books (with … Continue reading

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Review: Dark Lover, by J.R. Ward

Dark Lover J.R. Ward Paranormal Romance September 2005 Signet Eclipse ISBN: 978-0451216953 416 pages I’m a bit late on the Black Dagger Brotherhood wagon, but after reading Dark Lover, I’m hooked. Set in a could-be-anywhere city in decline called Caldwell, … Continue reading

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Review: Dark Curse, by Christine Feehan

Dark Curse was an easy read, a novel I started and finished in one evening. Not earth-shaking, but solidly entertaining. Continue reading

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