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#BookReview Twisted Traffick by Geza Tatrallyay

  Twisted Traffick is an incredible sequel in the Twisted Trilogy, and oh my gosh does Geza step it up! Most of the time, the second book in a series is quite dull - it's prepping the reader for the third, exciting, final act. Yet, Geza makes the second book top the first one and… Continue reading #BookReview Twisted Traffick by Geza Tatrallyay

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#BookReview Drug Gang Vengeance by Neil Walker

Drug Gang Vengeance in one word: Brutal. And I mean brutal in a good way, of course! If you've read the first novel of this series (Drug Gang), you'd totally understand the reason I pick that word - this book is full of drugs, fights, blood, violence, and general insanity (think John Wick sort of… Continue reading #BookReview Drug Gang Vengeance by Neil Walker

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#BookReview The Erotic Muse by Rajeev Singh

  Erotic horror is not a type of book I see often, but man did Rajeev create one interesting story within that genre! I wasn't really sure what to expect from this book. The synopsis sounded awesome, and a mix of erotica and horror (two genres I like to read) could have gone very sour… Continue reading #BookReview The Erotic Muse by Rajeev Singh

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#BooKReview Hercufleas by Sam Gayton

Hercufleas is the cutest book I've read this year, and it deserves so much more recognition than it's getting! Sam Gayton has created hit that Disney might want to steal in the future! This off the beaten path "Hercules" re-telling (in a way) is one of the best action novels I've ever read and enjoyed… Continue reading #BooKReview Hercufleas by Sam Gayton

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#BookReview Intricate Intentions by Jennifer Rayes

  This addicting series will keep you hooked with it's fast paced suspense and drama! If I'm being honest, I'm really into this series right now, way more than I expected! It has the perfect mix of drama, suspense and romance (well, this book lacked on the romance end - but I'm sure more will… Continue reading #BookReview Intricate Intentions by Jennifer Rayes

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#BookReview And The Wolf Shall Dwell by Joni Dee

And the Wolf Shall Swell by Joni Dee Summary: Summary: John Daniel, just a regular Joe, a foreigner who works in the City of London, is entangled with a political plot which tracks all the way up the corridors of Westminster. Aided by retired MI6 agent Adam Grey, the duo will set off to an… Continue reading #BookReview And The Wolf Shall Dwell by Joni Dee

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#BookReview Dreams and Other Lastings by RJ Sobel

Dreams and Other Lastings was a beautiful set of poems that left me breathless and feeling warm (despite it being the "winter" Season). I truly loved these poems - I always love a good set of poetry, but I could really relate to these stories. This isn't a long book, and isn't filled to the… Continue reading #BookReview Dreams and Other Lastings by RJ Sobel

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#BookReview Twisted Reasons by Geza Tatrallyay

One Word: Wow! Twisted Reasons by Geza Tatrallyay was an epic, suspenseful thriller that kept me hooked at every turn! This thriller novel follows an international story revolving around stolen uranium - trailing across Russia, Vienna, Georgia, and other beautiful landscapes. While I don't know much about those areas or the atomic bombs, I found… Continue reading #BookReview Twisted Reasons by Geza Tatrallyay

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#BookReview Stake That by Mari Mancusi

Mari Mancusi's 2nd novel in the Blood Coven Vampire series is an excellent read. I fell in love with this series when I was much, much younger than I am now (aka high school era), but rereading this series has made me fall in love with Mari all over again. And with the introduction of… Continue reading #BookReview Stake That by Mari Mancusi

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#BookReview The Monster in the Closet and Other Stories by K. Kris Loomis

This set of short stories is a must read!! Each set of short stories is linked by a generalized setting (bedroom, cafe, park, funeral home, bus), but each individual story is unique all on it's own. I found most of these stories to be amusing and a fun ride! Honestly, a couple I literally groaned… Continue reading #BookReview The Monster in the Closet and Other Stories by K. Kris Loomis