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During the summer, I’m always on the lookout for a lighthearted feel good beach read. And I’m picky about my romance novels, because I want to see relationships where both characters really are good together and respect each other, but that doesn’t make much of a story. Enter: the vampire romance, where there’s enough goingRead more

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After reading R. Lee Smith’s undead erotica novel last month, my friends and I decided to make monster romance book club (well, that’s the sanitized version of the name) into a regular event. We all loved R. Lee Smith’s worldbuilding, and we knew that she had another monster romance, this time featuring an alien lizardmanRead more

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A couple months ago at the end of Dungeons & Dragons night, one of my friends put forth a proposition. She had read a review online about some kind of eldritch erotica book, and she said she’d buy it if we’d read it too. Eldritch erotica sounded like the most bizarre subgenre I’d ever heardRead more

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Next up on my stack of pulpy vintage trash… Sorcerer’s Legacy by Janny Wurts. The basic premise is this: a woman named Elienne has sex with her husband. She’s pregnant, but doesn’t know it yet. The next morning, an invading army kills her husband, and Elienne is captured and thrown into a cell. She’s then visited byRead more

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A brief overview of the series thus far: A girl named Nina is attacked by a werewolf, and then she becomes one. She is taken to Abigaile Island, a prison/school for werewolf children to learn how to become docile slaves to their human oppressors. Once there, she enters into a love triangle with Roy, theRead more

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Tama of the Light Country begins when a group of girls is kidnapped from a summer camp in New England. A young journalist goes to investigate, and he discovers more than he bargained for. The girls haven’t just been kidnapped, they’ve been abducted by aliens! And so begins his grand adventure, in which he discovers aRead more

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Have you ever found yourself in an airport with nothing to read and a dead battery on your e-reader? A couple months ago I was traveling home from my friends’ wedding and found myself in exactly this situation. I ducked into an airport bookstore and saw Sister of Darkness: Chronicles of a Modern Exorcist by R.H.Read more

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Still Life by E.E. Horlak is about a young woman named Sarah Chenowith. Sarah is trying to figure out her life. She lives with her mother, but is going to school. She knows she needs to move out and forge her own destiny, but she also is afraid of change. And so she clings to herRead more

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One day I found myself in Barnes & Noble browsing for something to read. I like the idea of romance novels more than I actually like romance novels, but I decided to check out the romance section of the store anyway. I pick up this book to read the cover, and see something about timeRead more

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Sparrow Hill Road by Seanan McGuire is the first book in the Ghost Roads series. It’s about a girl named Rose Marshall who was run off the road and killed on prom night. Now Rose is a ghost, and she travels among America’s highway preparing to confront Bobby Cross, the man who killed her. But thatRead more

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