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What I’m reading: The California Malcom edition

What I’m reading: The California Malcom edition

I read Risk of Love and Magic recently, and had a blast. I loved the romance between Nadine and Magnus.  They were both a bit wary to the other, and it was sweet how the wariness first turned into  affection, albeit an baffled one, and then love. Their search for Nadine’s sister, and later the General was fast paced, and filled with unexpected twists. Yupp. I had a blast reading about Nadine and Magnus.  So much that I went back…

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5 good things that happened this week

5 good things that happened this week

  This is in no particular order. :). – James Hetley released a new Stonefort novel. This made me so happy. I love his books, and I had almost given up on reading a new Stonefort novel. It was really good. You should buy it from BVC. Summer arrived. The weather in June was a bit cold ( to put it mildly). But this week summer arrived with a bang. I am also reminded that I don’t like temps over…

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Must read summer releases

Must read summer releases

This summer is packed full with books that I’m itching to read. To begin with, there is Shield of Winter by Nalini Singh. Which was the reason I re-read the series now. Mmm.  ( I’ll admit that I’m crossing my fingers that my book store makes the same mistake they did last year. *cough*) Then in July  Shaman Rises by C.E Murphy releases. *sob* I’m still struggling with the fact that it is the last Walker Paper novel. Also in…

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Review:Mad Maria’s Daughter by Patricia Rice

Review:Mad Maria’s Daughter by Patricia Rice

The Particulars: Historical Romance, Regency Reads, e-book. The Source: Fictionwise The Grade: B+ The Blurb: Daphne Templeton knows society has stigmatized her because of her mad mother, so she decides to leave London and live with her Aunt Agatha in the country. On the way she’s abducted by a highwayman, whom she insists see her to safety. Meeting neighbor Lord Griffin, Daphne finds him vaguely familiar and wonders at the connection between him and the highwayman. But Lord Griffin’s twin…

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