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The Foxe and the Hound by R.S. Grey

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  Disclaimer: I was kindly provided an Advanced Reader Copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. My Review There are not words to explain how freaking excited I was to read this book. It is a stand-alone book but is in the same family as R.S. Grey’s Anything You Can Do. I loved Anything You Can Do. I thought it was fantastic, and one of my favorite parts was the character, Madeleine.…

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American Gods

After way too many years, I have FINALLY finished American Gods by Neil Gaiman. Now let me explain: I took an awfully long time reading it not because it was bad or in any way deficient, but because it is a book that can be savored. There is a lot in this book. The main story, a few subplots, short stories woven into the overall tale. It is a lot to absorb. What’s most notable, for me at least, is…

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My April TBR

My April to be read pile is pretty big, but I am halfway through a couple of these books so I think I may be able to manage it. If you have any other recommendations leave them in the comments, I am always looking for new books! Thief of Lies by Brenda Drake  I started Thief of Lies back in February. It is good, but it is one of those books I find easy to set aside for other books.…

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Anything You Can Do

This book was generously provided to me as an advanced reader copy by the author, but honestly, I would have paid whatever to get my hands on it. I am a sucker for hate and competition turned into passionate love. Man, oh man, does this one deliver. Anything You Can Do is like the perfect Pinot Grigio, sweet, sexy, makes you laugh for hours, and you just can’t put it down. Anything You Can Do By: R.S. Grey Release Date: Feb…

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A Darker Shade of Magic

I finally got the chance to sit down and start the Shades of Magic series. I know, I’m so behind the times, but I’ve had a lot going on. I’ve really been missing out. I cannot wait to start A Gathering of Shadows now. Synopsis: Kell is one of the last Antari, a rare magician who can travel between parallel worlds: hopping from Grey London—dirty, boring, lacking magic, and ruled by mad King George—to Red London—where life and magic are revered, and…

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