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#BookReview Pumpkins by Kevin Miller

Anyone who knows me knows that I am the Queen of Halloween (self proclaimed, of course). I LIVE for Fall and Halloween and breathe it with every fibre of my being. I love decorating (be it store bought or my own creations!), I love Goosebumps, I love giving out candy and making Halloween a fun… Continue reading #BookReview Pumpkins by Kevin Miller

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#BookReview Arctic Meltdown by Geza Tatrallyay

Geza Tatrallyay is at it again with another fantastic read! Arctic Meltdown is an excellent book to pick up if you love history and mystery. Let me be clear, I'm not a big fan of reading history in fiction. History is cool and I love learning the non-fiction side of it, but history in fiction… Continue reading #BookReview Arctic Meltdown by Geza Tatrallyay

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#BookReview The Lion’s Den by Katherine St. John

A while back, The Lion's Den seemed to be advertised EVERYWHERE. Maybe it was just me and my book reading habit that the ads picked up on, but I kept seeing it over and over. I really wanted to take a dip into the waters of this book, but I kept putting it off. The… Continue reading #BookReview The Lion’s Den by Katherine St. John

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#BookReview In The Dark by Cara Hunter

I discovered Cara Hunter years ago through Goodreads and ever since I've been on the hunt for her novels. I accidentally came across one of them in a local store. They normally don't even sell books! But there was In The Dark perched on top of a little display. I grabbed it, speed walked as… Continue reading #BookReview In The Dark by Cara Hunter

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#BookReview Spiral by Khaled Talib

Khaled Talib has crafted another magnificent thriller, called Spirals, to keep you on the edge of your seats. In Spiral, Laurence Turner is apart of many tragic, surprise events that just keep coming his way. He's been around enough dead people to make it suspicious. Honestly, it's amazing this guy hasn't been labelled suspicious before!… Continue reading #BookReview Spiral by Khaled Talib

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#BookReview Intricate Deceptions by Jennifer Rayes

Intricate Deceptions was an exceptional start to an exciting series. This novel was far better than I expected it to be. At the beginning, I was a little put off by the start (loss of memory/amnesia as an intro hasn't boded well for me in my readings) but it turned out to blow my mind!… Continue reading #BookReview Intricate Deceptions by Jennifer Rayes

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#BookReview Sadie by Courtney Summers

Sadie is an intense YA thriller by Courtney Summers. This book is unique, let me tell ya! It's from two point of views: a podcaster in the form of a script for said podcast and Sadie, the missing teenage girl. Things get pretty wild: Mattie, Sadie's little sister, was brutally murdered. You need to understand… Continue reading #BookReview Sadie by Courtney Summers

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#BookReview Misadventures of the First Daughter by Meredith Wild and Mia Michelle

Geez Louise. If you're looking for a super hot romance with lots of erotica and sex scenes littered throughout, with just a pinch of thriller in it, GRAB THIS BOOK. I have a fond place for Meredith Wild. She is one of the authors that "introduced" me to erotica in romance. I wasn't totally into… Continue reading #BookReview Misadventures of the First Daughter by Meredith Wild and Mia Michelle

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#BookReview Hidden by Catherine McKenzie

Hidden by Catherine McKenzie was the most surprising book of the year - it 200% exceeded my expectations! If you haven't read this book, I'd highly recommend it. This contemporary novel follows the death of a man and the fallout that ensues. Jeff steps into the street (with his eyes closed, bad decision on his… Continue reading #BookReview Hidden by Catherine McKenzie

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#BookReview Urban Gothic by Stephen M. Coghlan

Urban Gothic by Stephen M. Coghlan is the dark, mythic novel I've been searching for. Do you remember back in English class where they said don't use words in the sentence to describe the sentence? Well, I'm gonna break that rule. This book FELT gothic. It gave me goth vibes in so many ways, and… Continue reading #BookReview Urban Gothic by Stephen M. Coghlan