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Review of Craved by an Alpha by Felicity Heaton
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Maddie has seen death dates on people's foreheads for as long as she can remember. It's an odd talent, but I'm not sure if that would be more of a blessing or a curse....
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+Shahood ul Hassan I purchased my copy from Amazon for Kindle. This is a question for the author, +John Mathews​.
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BOOK REVIEW: Testing The Limits By Kira Sinclair
 
BOOK REVIEW: Testing The Limits By Kira Sinclair

Book in ‘Uniformly Hot!’ series.

I had to get this one, at least after reading that it’s part of ‘Uniformly Hot!’ series.

Okay, I haven’t read all the books (the list is long!) in the series.

But I have read another one: ‘Command Control By Sara Jane Stone’ and loved reading it!

So there was not much to do but grab the book as soon as possible.  
And the cover…well this one is good but the ones on Goodreads is much better

Link to the Post: http://passionatebookreviews.blogspot.in/2015/02/book-review-testing-limits-by-kira.html
Book in ‘Uniformly Hot!’ series. Reviewed by Priya Sharma Testing The Limits By Kira Sinclair I had to get this one, at least after reading that it’s part of ‘Uniformly Hot!’ series.  Okay, I haven’t read all the ...
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John Yeoman

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I didn't know where to hide my face...

My wife read this blog post and gasped "Where can I meet this wonderful man?" (I think she meant me...)
http://writeoutloudblog.com/2015/02/20/book-course-review-john-yeomans-fear-of-evil/
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Thanks, +Bob Trube !
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Priscilla Tan

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[J.D. Robb's (Nora Roberts) Obsession in Death]

"How many killers do we know who’d use a semicolon?”

http://pressedupinabook.com/obsession-in-death/
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The Swallow: A Ghost Story

Charis Cotter
Hardcover, 318 pages
Published September 9th 2014 by Tundra Books
ISBN 1770495916 (ISBN13: 9781770495913)

Charis Cotter is able to keep this story moving and keeps it interesting. Ghost stories may not be everyone's choice, but The Swallow: A Ghost Story is more than that. Cotter includes friendship, loss, and family dynamics in this well written story. The two main characters, Polly and Rose, take turns in each chapter to tell her side of the story. The book has over 300 pages, but moves quickly. Cotter uses the attic and the cemetery to help build the story around the 2 girls. Overall, a decent read.

#review   #chariscotter   #ghoststory   #youngadult   #fiction   #canada   #friendship  
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Five Selves is a collection of five stories. 
Lovely to see the book on this list: The Mail on Sunday, February 15th
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The Bad Present

James Mendenhall

Paperback, 244 pages
Published November 25th 2014 by James Mendenhall
ISBN 0991346300 (ISBN13: 9780991346301)
(also available on Kindle)

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Bad Present by James Mendenhall is a well written story about a boy, falling in love, being part of a family, and being part of the bigger world around him. Mr. Mendenhall wrote wonderful and personable characters in an engaging story. I enjoyed the interactions between the characters as well as the history tidbits and Latin phrases used throughout the book. Mr. Mendenhall, also, includes the idea that 12 year olds (and girls!) can still like dinosaurs. This book is definitely a book to be read by young adults, or even together as a family.


***I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.***
#review #youngadult #Christmas #friendship #bravery #hope #jamesmendenhall
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“She was awkward, shy, adorable, and beautiful. A deadly combination.” http://goo.gl/R1vKBL
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My review of 'The Forever Watch, by David Ramirez. Summary - it's pretty good.
A review of the science fiction novel, 'The Forever Watch' - the first novel from scientist-turned-author, David Ramirez.
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Brand New Book Review is here! Another Love story!! Well that's what February is about!! FAMOUS IN LOVE by Rebecca Serle should give you a glimpse of what goes behind the scene in the Young Hollywood! 
Warning! You will catch yourself day-dreaming about your famous crushes and what would happen if... FAMOUS IN LOVE is a contemporary YA romance written by Rebecca Serle. This is my first encounter with Ms Serle's writing. T...
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Emma Williams

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My review of Landine by Rainbow Rowell - a heartwarming exploration of relationships with a subtle touch of fantasy.
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Check out my review of "The Privateersman" by Andrew Wareham. It is for those looking for Family Friendly reading.
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On the blog: This book should be well-received by anyone who enjoys a good sense of humour and keeps touchiness at bay when it comes to discussing matters divine. Subversive, subaltern, sacrilegious, soppy Gods, sassy-seductive-Goddesses and lots of sex. If this doesn’t make you pick up the book, God help you! 

http://www.sakshinanda.com/2015/02/book-review-kamadeva-god-of-desire-by.html
I was sitting and reading Anuja Chandramouli’s ‘Kamadeva; The God of Desire’ on a peaceful Mahashivratri day when I read Shiva being called ‘an uncouth, unwashed ascetic who reeked of corpses, blood and decay’. I laughed a sc...
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