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Review: White Hot Kiss by Jennifer L. Armentrout

February 25, 2014

  White Hot Kiss is a sleek and deliciously sexy read that offers a refreshing mythology and plenty of non-stop action. With her signature style, Jennifer L. Armentrout continues to display her incredible talent for creating memorable characters, building extravagant worlds, and getting readers addicted by the end of page one. The book’s protagonist, Layla, is a witty, conflicted, and down to earth kind of girl who readers…

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Review: RUN TO YOU by Clara Kensie

February 3, 2014

Sarah Spencer has a secret: her real name is Tessa Carson, and to stay alive, she can tell no one the truth about her psychically gifted family and the danger they are running from. As the new girl in the latest of countless schools, she also runs from her attraction to Tristan Walker—after all, she can’t even tell him her real name. But Tristan won’t be put off…

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Review: THE QUEEN’S CHOICE by Cayla Kluver

January 30, 2014

  The Queen’s Choiceis a rich and imaginative first entry in Cayla Kluver’s new Heirs of Chrior trilogy. Kluver writes with such detail and precision, and successfully manages to bring her world of faeries and humans to life. The political elements of the story are interesting and poignant, and they never feel too heavy or distracting. While the plot meanders and unfolds at a slow pace, the story…

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Review: Ink by Amanda Sun

May 20, 2013

Ink is an enchanting, well-written, and deliciously dark story that will pull readers into a beautiful and dangerous world, one they won’t want to leave. Amanda Sun has crafted a brilliant and refreshing mythology, and delivers a magical setting. Readers will be swept away by Japan’s beauty and Ms. Sun’s artful descriptions. Katie makes for a wonderful narrator. She’s funny, vulnerable, and strong-headed. I liked that she never…


Cover Reveal: DARE YOU TO by Katie McGarry

November 29, 2012

The HarlequinTeen team has done it again! Here’s the stunningly sexy cover for Katie McGarry’s upcoming release, Dare You To, the companion/sequel to her hit Pushing the Limits. Tell me what you think of the new cover in the comments! “I dare you…” If anyone knew the truth about Beth Risk’s home life, they’d send her mother to jail and seventeen-year-old Beth who knows where. So she protects…

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Review: The Iron Knight by Julie Kagawa

October 20, 2012

image from author’s blog Julie Kagawa is a master storyteller, one who is in a league of her own. She blew me away with the original three Iron Fey books, and she has once again left me in awe with The Iron Knight. As a proud and loyal member of Team Ash, I had been looking forward to this book ever since it was announced and am so…

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Review: Dark Kiss by Michelle Rowen

July 2, 2012
Dark Kiss

Dark Kiss by Michelle Rowen is an intriguing addition to the angel genre. I had never read any of Ms. Rowen’s other work, so I was anxious to see what I thought of her writing. While there were a few things I didn’t care for, overall I found the writing to be rather strong. The dialogue is smooth, the descriptions vivid, and the characters interesting. Sam is a…

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Review: If I Die by Rachel Vincent

September 29, 2011

image from Barnes and Noble’s website  No one wants to be this teacher’s pet . . . Everyone else is talking about Eastlake High’s gorgeous new math teacher, Mr. Beck, but Kaylee Cavanaugh has bigger things on her mind. Kaylee’s a banshee—her scream is a portent of death. But the next scream might hit too close to home. Kaylee’s borrowed lifeline has almost run out. Yeah—it’s a…

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Review: Legacy by Cayla Kluver

September 6, 2011

HarlequinTeen publishes some great stories; I don’t think I’ve come across any of their titles that I haven’t enjoyed. So when I heard about Legacy, it didn’t take long for me to add it to my GoodReads list. Then I saw the cover and fell even more in love with it. Ms. Kluver has a wonderful writing style. Alera’s voice comes through clearly and believably, which will help…

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Review: Outside In by Maria V. Snyder

March 24, 2011

Maria V. Snyder is a goddess of writing. Just sayin’… Inside Out, the first book in the series, was one of–if not the–first dystopian book I had read. I immediately fell in love with Trella, Riley, and the complex, futuristic world of Inside. Ms. Snyder’s writing also enthralled me. All the things I love about the first book can be found in the sequel, Outside In. Ms. Snyder’s…

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Review: Inside Out by Maria V. Snyder

September 23, 2010

I’m Trella. I’m a scrub. A nobody. One of thousands who work the lower levels, keeping Inside clean for the Uppers. I’ve got one friend, do my job and try to avoid the Pop Cops. So what if I occasionally use the pipes to sneak around the Upper levels? The only neck at risk is my own…until I accidentally start a rebellion and become the go-to girl to…