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My rating:  of 5! Length: 201 pages Published: 15th of August 2018   This is the first book in Lisa’s new Reverse Harem series called “the Demon’s Covenant”. This series is a spin-off of The Four Horsemen. Even though, there is a few references and character overlap its not necessary to have read TFH, in order …

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My rating:  of 5!   Published: 16th of June 2014 Length: 226 pages. This is the third and final book in C.M. Owens Deadly Beauties trilogy. None of the books should be read as standalone's, as they're simply too linked!     Holy freaking moly, Batman! This book is so amazingly intense, there's like zero downtime. It's one …

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My rating:  of 5! Published: 20th of February 2014 Length: 270 pages If you follow my reviews, you'll know I have a major reader crush on Kristy Cunning's The Dark Side series. Kristy Cunning is another pen name for the talented C.M. Owens, so when I saw this paranormal series of hers, I just couldn't help myself. Instant …

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My rating:  of 5! Oh, my world! I didn’t think it was possible, but this second book in the Starcrossed series has even more drama, stupidity, mass slaughter of Greek myths – and did I mention stupidity? They say that pride stands for fall and boy does that old saying nail it for this book. …

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My rating:  of 5! The other day I was chatting away in one of my Facebook groups, with other people that like me are awaiting a new release of another book towards the end of June. Whilst chatting one of the other members says to me: “Please tell me you’ve read Suzanne Wright’s books” and I …

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