Red Hot Candy, Various Authors

Red Hot Candy, Various Authors
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre:  Romance,sci-fi and fantasy,

Twenty-two new book boyfriends are here to woo you in this big box of books. Sit back, send the kids outside to play, and indulge in this sinfully delicious sampler of the best authors writing today. Dive into these decadent stories about naughty billionaires, broken stuntmen, cowboys, bear shifters, magic men, MMA fighters, bearded lumber-sexuals, bad boys, and shy guys who just need to be coaxed out their shells.
Well, that’s the blurb though I’d hesitate to call Terian from JC Andrijeski’s Le Moulin a boyfriend!! I guess in his eyes he is…..He’s an interesting character, but has done some really psychopathic things in his past. Then again he didn’t stand much chance being manipulated by the Rooks and split into different people – I guess the morality part of him got left out of the Terian model! Then again I adore Revik and he’s done some not so nice things in his past, but at least he has regrets now, whereas Terian is still hooked into the Dreng. I liked seeing this side of his early life though, where he genuinely seems to feel some emotion. The Terian I know from later books doesn’t seem to have any genuine personal feelings except perhaps for Revik, and this early man seems to be more redeemable. Its a conundrum though always, what one person thinks is wrong and immoral another sees as justified under the wider benefit-to-more utilitarian approach.
There’s lots of taster novellas here , many authors who’s works I’ve not read. Mine in Dreams (A Bend-Bite-Shift Prequel) by Olivia Hardin sounds interesting, Unshakable by J.C. Valentine I’ve not read but enjoyed other novels from her, I loved Liv Morris’ Tantra books, and there’s a huge range of genres from the other authors to dip into and try.
Stars: five, another bargain bundle of works from different authors to try
ARC supplied by author

Uncharted, Claudia Burgoa


Uncharted, Claudia Burgoa
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre: New Adult, Romance
When I started reading this I was soo disappointed – the characters were just 17 and 18….and I was expecting them to be in their early twenties at least. I’ve read a few with teens as leads but it’s rare they work for me, just seem too exaggerated and this started this way, with storm in a teacup dramas and Jacob’s chat-ups being really juvenile seeming. I hate too the way their parents were introduced – the “we’ve got two dads” bit and then a couple of pages later ( I was still only at 4%!) in a conversation with his brother, Jacob quotes his dad Chris saying something like “ I can’t get my husband to stop playing the Beatles” when talking to one of the triplets. When I talk about my husband to my kids I’ll call him Dad or by his name, but somehow it always seems that if people are GLBTQIA they have to get called Husband or Wife on every possible occasion. It just seems odd to me, not realistic but maybe that’s me out of step – who knows? Anyway that was it – the first third annoyed me, I almost gave up but thankfully didn’t as there was then a gap of a few years before we followed them again and that part covered several years during which much happened to both Jacob and Pria. Drama after Drama after Drama, and I do love those. Really tragic plots!! Nora, she was a great introduction – I do love someone to dislike and I was wary of her right from the first. Poor Jacob was ripe for the taking and he fell in neatly to her plans, and her effect on him lasted so long. I did feel that what happened in the beginning to separate Jacob and Pria was a bit thin, I could see exactly how it happened and that was real, but the way Jacob bore grudges years later when it was really his fault they lost contact seemed irritating. Still, that was needed, I just felt it could have been done a bit better, seemed unfair to Pria. I really liked the way so much was kept back and came out later in the story, so that just when i though that line wrapped up there was even more revealed…the last third was excellent, and really a five star read for me. Shame about the beginning…
Along with the issues I’ve mentioned I also felt things like Pria sister’s illness wasn’t very well done, she’s at death’s door when we first meet her and then after having told us she’s a record survivor at 26, we see her ten years on living a very different life, freer but there’s no operation, no medical breakthrough explanation given and it just invalidates all the sacrifice Pria made before. You can’t just mess about with CF, it isn’t a condition that gets better, and given she was in hospital with poor lung function when we first met her I just needed some kind of reference as to why things had changed. A transplant, a new medicine, something like that. Overall though, having dragged myself through the first third I’m glad I continued. The dramas were first rate for me, I love all that angst and the way it lasted – not one of those reads where its tears and heartbreak and then two pages later all over…I need to wallow and this book let me. It didn’t really matter to me that some of it was exaggerated, there was enough substance to justify what happened. The incident with Jacob and the police for example, towards the end. Could have been left out, but fitted in well, and provided another angst fix for me. I hadn’t read the first two books, and I think that would have helped. When I looked this up I assumed the stories were connected via family, but each would be a separate read, and this is true to a degree but there’s so much from earlier brought in this book that it would help to read the first two.
Stars: hmnn, hard to rate. I really didn’t like the first third but loved the third, and enjoyed very much the middle. A Four I think.
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Can’t Fight Fate, Lisa N. Edwards

 Can’t Fight Fate,  Lisa N. Edwards
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre:  Romance, Literature/Fiction (adult.)
I read the amazon sample of this, brief as the whole book is only 1397 kindle locations, and it sounded fun. Sadly for me that was the best part of the book. What I was hoping for was a romance with some kind of psychic element following the reading, what I got was what seemed like one long rambling monologue of Nikki’s thoughts, interspersed occasionally with a little dialogue. Its not a format that works well for me, and added to the fact that the sentences were choppy and disjointed, and I found myself lost at several points in the story this book wasn’t one for me. Nikki seemed to mention characters as if the reader knew them, when it was fist time we’d been introduced, Mr Hollywood doesn’t appear until around halfway through the book and then their interactions are brief, mostly some very odd and random texts. I couldn’t call what they had a relationship, a romance or even a friendship….
Nikki herself was a curious mix of vulnerable and arrogant. She’s overly brash at times, has a bit of a chip about lots of things and the klutz part, something I sympathise with as I’m one, was forced and overdone. As for Mr Hollywood – well, he was a bit of a washout, we didn’t see him enough to judge what he was really like but what we did see he was a lacklustre mummy’s boy.
It ends very strangely, nothing really resolved and I can see Lisa has a second book planned, but I won’t be reading it. as ever this is just my feelings on the story and I can see already its garnered an enthusiastic five star review on amazon so it shows what one person dislikes is perfect for someone else.
Stars: Two, sorry but a fail for me.
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Exposed, Brighton Walsh.

Exposed, Brighton Walsh.
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre: New Adult
Second book in the series and though I hadn’t read book one that wasn’t a problem, as each novel focuses on different characters, so the couple from book one appear here in cameo roles, and the main crux is Riley and Evie.
So, having got that out of the way what did I get from this? Well, I love the drama that usually pervades NA reads, but though there was drama here it didn’t feel properly connected to the people involved. I didn’t really connect to Riley or Evie, and couldn’t really see why Evie did what she did. I understood Riley’s anger at the deception far better. Somehow I wanted Evie to care more, to want to live, connect, be part of life but she kind of feels to me likes she’s drifting, letting things happen, although of course she’s had to do some strong planning to get where she is. I felt there was a huge gap from where she left the criminal group who she’d been with since a young teen, and where she is now, engaged to a prominent character. given she wanted to stay hidden why on earth get with someone who’s going to attract publicity?  I wanted to know how she got there, how she’d passed the deception and how on earth she moved in the circles where she met her fiancé. That seemed a big gap to me, huge and I needed more there. I was also at a bit of a loss about the gang itself, who they were and why/what they did, though maybe that’s covered on book one. I felt so sorry for her when her past came out – that must have been tough and explains her need to control her life, except that I didn’t feel she had got control of it….and now with Riley and everything happening at once its all about to crash and implode.
Overall its a well written and decent read for the right reader, but for me it didn’t really work.  I wasn’t really invested in the characters or the outcomes, the story felt a bit detached for me, and though the plot had drama I wanted it between the characters too and just didn’t feel it. As ever though it’s just my personal view and will be very different for other readers.
Stars: Two and a half, there were some parts I enjoyed but overall it was a miss.
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Doing London, Chloe Blaque

Doing London, Chloe Blaque
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre: Romance, women’s fiction
I wasn’t really sure about this book, I’d seen some negative reviews and let’s face it – ex porn star v romance doesn’t really seem to inspire. I’m glad I went for it though as I found a story that had real issues, heartbreak and solid romance.
Josie, Joey – she’s tried her best to leave her scary past behind. Its simple to just condemn people, and of course its usually the ladies that get the brunt of the blame, but Josie seems to have fallen into the porn life by accident. It’s easy to see how someone young can be seduced by the money, by the lifestyle offered, when they have very little. As with any profession those making money will say anything to get people into work for them, they don’t care about them, just that they make money so when you’ve little money, little confidence, someone promising riches along with a solid dose of flattery must seem a great idea. They’ll lay it out too so that the sex angle becomes just a job, and that’s how Josie treated it. Actually if people know all angles and are honest I’ve no issue with it, but I suspect its usually young or emotionally vulnerable people that get sucked in, taken advantage of and used up, then like Josie they discover how hard it is to go on to a “normal” life. Josie hasn’t just the porn background though to escape from, but some real dangers that came from it too. So she’s reinvented herself in a new country.
I wasn’t sure about her at first, she comes over as brash and – I’m not sure what it was but I wasn’t keen on her. Then as we got to know her more I could see the person she really was, a loyal friend, a lonely person without family, and struggling a bit with her changed life. She’s very few friends who know of her past, maybe only three or four, and is kind of resigned to being alone as far as romance goes. Then along comes Marco…. what a man he is, very Alpha and yet not overbearing. He’s seen something in Josie he thinks will make them a solid couple, and he’s not taking no for an answer. I could understand her hesitation – he’s gorgeous, inside and out, but that fame brings publicity and that will dig into her life. One way or anther her past will come out, her current life dismantled and what man wants someone for a partner who was a porn star? The press would have a field day with it :- (
I so felt for Marco when he couldn’t understand her objections, and he was so great the way he carefully arranged things, didn’t bulldoze over her but just gave her the chance to see what they could be. Of course he’s working blind, he doesn’t know why she’s really scared to move forward with him. He really was a romantic in the things he arranged.
Quinn, her co worker, was a great character. Someone we too often see in work situations, manipulative and unpleasant. There were other great characters too, both from work and friends, and when she finally made the decision to confide that persons reaction was so awful. Then followed the big disaster and Marco’s reaction to it. Poor Josie, heartbroken and I was gutted with her. Who hasn’t made mistakes in their past, and she’s trying so hard to move on and yet her past won’t let her. That section of the story really worked for me, every last drop of drama and emotion was wrung out. What worked well too was that there were sub plots and not just the Marco/Josie romance theme, so there was lots of interest to keep me reading and wondering how things were going to pan out.

Stars: Five, an unexpectedly emotional read. And with great cakes!!
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Sins of my Father, Lisa Cardiff

Sins of my Father, Lisa Cardiff
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre: Romance,
Strange how things work out. I’ve got two books on my list currently, carrying the same theme – revenge on the father by way of the daughter – and yet they are two very different books, and treat the plots totally distinct from each other. ( The other book is Beauty and the Bachelor, Naima Simone ) They’re both romances but this one delivers the plot by way of a suspense theme.
Archer. Cold, calculating and determined to revenge his mother. He’s been planning this for many years, and now everything is finally coming together. He needs Langley though to finally get his plan to fruition. He doesn’t know her, but doesn’t think of how this will affect her life, change her life, just that she’s integral to his plotting and he needs any information he can get out of her. For that she needs to trust him, and his romancing is all geared to that. Then he meets her as part one of his plan, and starts to feel for her. For a long while even though his heart is telling him he’s wrong he’s sticking to his plan, pushing away thoughts of tenderness towards her, pulling forward his original thoughts on how best to get information from her, even though part of him is telling him he’s wrong to use her, that she won’t forgive him. He can’t let go of his plan now even if he can see how much it will hurt her. Then it seems its not just him that’s out for revenge, but where he’s using money and Langley, someone else is threatening her and she’s in real danger….
Its a shortish read at 2997 kindle locations, and yet delivers an exciting read, with some real heat and sensuality between Archer and Langley. That surprised me, as for me usually shorter books just don’t have the space to let me feel I know the characters and care for them. If I’d realised this was so short I probably wouldn’t have requested it…but I’ve enjoyed Lisa’s novels before, and didn’t look at the book length. I liked Langley, felt for her. She’s trying to make her own life and yet stuck in the mire of politics and plans.. Archer seemed so calculating at first, and then as we knew him better there was a real dichotomy for him, stick to his revenge and hurt Langley beyond recovery, or take his new found feelings for Langley and give up his long held plans….
Stars: Four. Its a fun read, a great way to get lost in a book for a couple of hours. Its not a re-reader for me but one I very much enjoyed as a one off. ARC supplied by Netgalley and publishers

Wounded, Volume 1, Amy Lane


Wounded, Volume 1, Amy Lane
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre: Sci-fi and Fantasy
Strangely, although this is book one, you really need to read the earlier book Vulnerable to understand all that goes on. I’d seen this one for review and when looking up info came across Vulnerable, read the sample and was so blown away by the story I had to buy it ( wow – with my own money – even though I’d a slew of books to read!), and read it before starting this! Its a fabulous series, full of the best of the supernatural world, vampires, shape changers, elves and all sorts of strange people living hidden in plain sight in the “normal” world. I love the way Fae in a book lets in so much beautiful fantasy, the way it can be so magical and unexpected.
Cory has now become part of it, very unexpectedly, and is in a kind of limbo. At the end of the last book her lover Adrian died – I was gutted, heartbroken for her. I hate when things like that happen and yet…I also love it, it shows that there’s going to be unexpected events, that the author isn’t scared to kill off major characters and makes the books unpredictable. I have read series where it didn’t work, where I was put off the stories that followed, but here Cory also has Green, and that keeps that continuity going. There both grieving, along with others of Green’s people, for Adrian and for others that died in Vulnerable. Now they need to move on, life continued despite all the grief in the world and there are people depending on them as leaders.
Cory goes off to college with Renny, returning when breaks allow. Then something huge happens, and they need to regroup, to get back together, to defeat yet another enemy, but away from home territory. Their grief shows, they’re thought weak, and to an extent it had weakened them. Green and his seconds have always welcomed everyone, unlike the other Sidhe leaders, and it makes them stronger when those they’ve so long supported are now able to support them.
Its another great read, taking in battles and dangers, learning more about Green and Adrian’s past, bringing in more people to the protection Green offers. I love the way that the dangers are worked in, caught in to the everyday lives of Green and his group, so the personal touches and personalities can really shine. I don’t want to watch from afar but get right into the story, and knowing the characters and their issues brings me into it best. I feel I’m there with them, scared and wanting things to go right, happy and elated when they do. There’s sex here – lots of it. Its not graphic, but it is frequent and its not just m/f but m/m too and ménage. That’s fine by me but I know some people don’t like it. I feel it works well in the story, that without it things wouldn’t have such clean explanations. Sometimes sex comes into a story just for titillation it feels, but here its integral, a needed part of the story. I love too the way that Officer Max has been drawn somewhat reluctantly into the group, even though he’s human. It ends on a natural point, but showing that way for the next book ( s) I just wish they were out now!
Stars: Five, a fabulous read for fantasy lovers.
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From Scratch, Rachel Goodman

From Scratch, Rachel Goodman
Genre: Romance
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
** N.B. possible spoilers**
I like these kind of second chance, southern town romances – usually – but there were things in this that were too much to ignore. For me it was a potentially good story let down but the issues that irritated me.
I guess the first thing that struck me was this is a romance…so why do we only get very fleeting glimpses of Nick until almost halfway through? There were a couple of passing moments where they saw each other, and muttered a few words and then we actually got him for a few pages, but we didn’t really meet him until halfway through. Even then I didn’t really get a sense of the man Lillie loved, I couldn’t see what it was that made him the one for her. I know they had a childhood close connection, but people change as adults and when she was – in her words – crying herself to sleep every night, barely seeing him, and in the final conversation she says they’ve not really spoken for a week, he refuses to talk about his problems, his work, never asks about her day, how she’s feeling and they don’t go out or take any time for each other and I just wondered – What is it that she sees in him? He just seemed like a selfish jerk, taking out on her his frustrations because he’s too cowardly to face up to his parents about his career choices.  By this time he must be 26-27 or so, so its not like he’s a teen….and Lillie quite rightly has enough one day and leaves. I had to stretch my belief a bit to get her from someone in a place where she knew no-one, had nothing, no job, no place to live and yet was in the running for partner 5 years later…but I accepted that. When she came home though – well, that confident lady seemed to go – to become once again that downtrodden girl that everyone walked over, talked over and when even her best friend who knows the whole story blames her for leaving it made me furious. What could she have done – she tried talking, he wouldn’t, she tried to find out what was wrong but he said everything was fine. She couldn’t stay there unhappy as she was, and no one can make another person happy, so the change had to come from Nick, and he wasn’t budging. I couldn’t see what else she could do – if she’d left him but stayed she’d have no doubt been bullied back to him, she had to get right away.
Then when she comes back everyone knows things she doesn’t, she’s still treated by so many as someone to just bully into doing what they want – even her dad does it. Career going great after all her hard work, boyfriend back there you love – you’re happy Lillie – but none of that matters, we think you should come back! Arrgghh… With friends and family like that who needs enemies, as the saying goes. Then there’s one of my pet peeves, common to so many US books. Baby. What is it that makes grown men, women and parents call grown children/lovers Baby??? ( and don’t get me started on the m/m books when two hot alpha males call each other Baby….) It sounds so demeaning, so artificial – it died out in UK back in 60’s thankfully, and it makes me cringe every time. Here its almost symptomatic of how everyone treats Lillie – as a child.
Those are my biggest problems, but I’ve another short rant – something that crops up too often books and in real life. Lillie’s friend parks in a disabled parking spot, saying she’s “only going to be a few minutes”. WELL, THAT DOESN’ T MATTER – ITS THERE FOR PEOPLE WHO NEED IT, AND THAT’S NOT YOU!!  So many times I’ve struggled to park while able bodied people run out nimbly and  jump into their car, speeding away. You can walk, so park elsewhere and leave these places for people like me who need them. If you want my space – well, I’d love for you to have my disability too….OK that rants over  I’ll move on.
What I did like – and there was plenty. Lillie’s dad had done a superb job bringing her up, and didn’t bad mouth her mum who left them when she was so young. Lillie herself who was such a lovely lady, ready to help everyone, though I felt they took advantage of that. The small town politics, that’s always fun to read and made the story and characters feel very real. Lillie, when she moved away – her strength to do that, when she was heartbroken. Yet she pulled herself up and moved on – she thought she was happy and maybe she would have been in her new career, though cooking seems to be her true calling and where she feels happiest.
I hated the way everyone seemed to steamroller over her, the town ladies who organise everything, her dad, her friends and at the end even Nick. Then she started taking all the blame herself – Noo Lillie, it takes two, you couldn’t force Nick to talk, make him change, only do what you did – and you go girl. If she’d stayed they’d have become a bitter, unhappy pair IMO and she did them both a favour by leaving. I like women to show strength, to do what’s right for them and not what’s easiest or what everyone else thinks is right. It seemed like the whole town – even her dad – treated her as though they knew best for her, and her opinions were irrelevant. As it happened things worked out, but I think they needed that distance. By the end I’d got to like Nick, understood him more and even though the rest still seemed to blame Lillie for everything, he understood and accepted he was wrong too – very, very wrong. I like to think they’d be a stronger couple because of it, that he now knows Lillie isn’t a doormat but an equal, and needs equal respect.
So overall a mixed review – there were parts I really enjoyed, seeing the town in action, the cooking, the trivia nights, the charity events, and of course the chemistry that had never left Nick and Lillie, but the bits that annoyed me won over – that’s a shame, but as ever its a personal view, and everyone sees things differently. Maybe its partly that its set in small town US, where life is so different to UK? I don’t know…Though I live in a small village I’ve never had that kind of close connection with childhood friends into adulthood, and we don’t have on-going village events where everyone joins in and knows each other.
Stars: Two and a half, there were parts I really enjoyed and if it wasn’t for Lillie being blamed, and taking the blame I’d have gone higher but I just couldn’t get past that bit. Nick wasn’t blameless and yet it appeared everyone else thought he was – I think its a dangerous message to give.
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Insider, Olivia Cunning, (Exodus End 1)


 Insider,  Olivia Cunning, (Exodus End 1)
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre:  Romance, Erotica
I love Olivia’s Sinners series, and the Sole Regret novellas ( though I do prefer the longer books, so SR aren’t re readers for me) so have been waiting eagerly for this. As readers of Sinners will know the two bands are connected in that Dare from EE and Trey from Sinners are brothers and very close, and of course EE’s new guitarist Reagan is Trey’s lover ( and bodyguard Ethan too – they share a hot ménage!) This book starts when the two bands are touring together.
Toni has spent much of her teens and early twenties at home, working for her mum’s publishing company and looking after her younger sister who has Downs. Now she’s got the chance of a lifetime, to live with the band for four weeks, and write a book featuring them, but not just any book, a new type, an interactive video one, showing everyday life in the Band and the members. It’s something she’s been working on for a while, and if she can pull it off successfully it will be ground breaking and hopefully lead to more for her. Her editor though, the awful Susan always belittles her, and is really scathing about Toni getting this job. She wanted it for herself and she’s such a bitch to Toni about it, waiting for her to fail, constantly asking if she’s ready to give up and let Susan take over. Usually Toni gives way to her, she’s not a confrontational person which is why both Susan and her mum walk all over her….this time though she wants to stick with her dream.
After finally convincing security she’s legit and not a deranged fan – a) seems they forgot she was coming and b) they were expecting a man..she’s ensconced on the bus with a bunch of  hot and sexy rock guys. She’s like a lamb to the slaughter.  Poor Toni is sweet and innocent, still a virgin at twenty four, and dropped in a group where sex is simply treated as another enjoyable form of recreation. There’s a spark between her and Logan right from the first touch, but she’s Miss Innocent and he’s – well, frankly a manwhore, though not the only one of the group. Nevertheless things heat up between them incredibly quickly.
I loved Toni, loved the way she finally stood up to her pushy mum and the awful Susan, and the way she was so naive, so bewildered by some of the things that were said. She’s got such a kind heart its easy to see how others would dump on her. Logan finds he has a protective side, much to his surprise, and sort of becomes possessive over her. The guys rib him for it and of course he says they are just friends, but even so he can’t bear anyone to get too close to Toni. Its a tough time for him, and though I thought I’d dislike him – and he was a jerk some of the time – I understood why he acts as he does. I did find it a bit slow to start, but by 25% was hooked to the story in that way I’d hoped. I think its just a new series, new band, and though we’d met some of them briefly in other books, it took time to get to know all of them. Its a lovely long read too at a massive 487 pages on kindle, and I was happily engrossed in another world for several hours.
I could see what was going to go wrong, but not how and even then I still got a shock over it. Things aren’t always as they seem….and that’s what I enjoy best, being taken down one track only to find I’ve taken a wrong turn and the plot went in another direction. There were a couple of incidents too that I thought might develop into more but they didn’t. It makes reading it more fun and unpredictable when that happens.
What I love about Olivia’s books is that they show all angles of band life, from the writing lyrics and music, the touring and the backstage stuff, the dreariness of living on a bus, and of course the fans which range from the (over)excited and eager the the dangerous and deranged…I feel I’m living life with them, the characters are so very open and well written that they feel alive and as if they are people I know. I feel cheated when I read band books where its an “in name only” read, with them never doing anything band related. Living so closely as when touring makes for a hot house of extremes and leads to some great dramas, and the whole touring spectrum is so different from normal life that it makes for some great fiction when done well. Olivia and Kylie Scott are my two personal favourites for rock band reads.  We see a bit of Sinners in this book in a kind of cameo role, mostly Trey and Ethan and references to the others. The participants are all older too – mid to late twenties and early thirties, that makes such a change from the usual late teens early twenties this genre too often spans.

Stars: Five, a fabulous intro to a new series for rock Band book lovers
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Charity for the Epilepsy Foundation: Wicked After Dark: 20 Steamy Paranormal Tales of Dragons, Vampires, Werewolves, Shifters, Witches, Angels, Demons, Fey, and More

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From One Book Reader to Another


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