Category: Heather Book Review


Dangerous Deception by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl

I’ve really enjoyed the Caster world that Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl created first in the Caster Chronicles four book series with Lena and Ethan, but I’m glad that I’ve also enjoyed the torture that Link, Ridley, and Nox have gone through in the spin off series, Dangerous Creatures. After such a major cliffhanger at […]

Posted 15 December, 2015 by Heather in Blog, Book Review, Heather, Heather Book Review / 4 Comments
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The Christmas Bridge by Elyse Douglas – Blog Tour Review and Giveaway

Since this is the Christmas season, I’m in the mood to read a few books where Christmas figures into the plot or the story takes place around that time period. The Christmas Bridge by husband and wife writing team Elyse Douglas fits that bill nicely, and I was pleasantly surprised at how much I connected with […]

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Audiobook Review – Swords and Scoundrels (The Duelists Trilogy #1) by Julia Knight

Sword play, intrigue, subterfuge, and double crosses– Swords and Scoundrels is an epic adventure fantasy full of these and more. The world of Swords and Scoundrels is one of magicians, nobles, the working poor, duelists used for protection, a king grasping for power while the duelist guild wants power as well. Priests and the public worship the […]

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Review and Giveaway – Paris Time Capsule by Ella Carey

  Who hasn’t seen the news story about the discovery in 2010 of a Paris apartment that was locked away, untouched for seventy years? I was intrigued by the pictures that were released, and author Ella Carey was as well, enough so that this idea sparked a novel, Paris Time Capsule. New Yorker Cat Jordan receives […]

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Blog Tour Review and Giveaway – The Captive Condition by Kevin P. Keating

  This has been my “Summer of Horror,” and to mark the end of the season and a lot of wonderfully dark and twisted books, Kevin P. Keating’s The Captive Condition was my end cap. I’d like to say that this novel lived up to my expectations, but maybe a chocked-full summer of great horror […]

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