Janie Marie

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Janie Marie is a wife and mother of three. She devotes her time to her family and her characters. She enjoys entertaining her readers by giving them glimpses of their favorite characters outside of the worlds she brought them to life in.

Her wish is simply that readers who manage to make it to the end of her stories take something away, and they keep it with them always.

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Gods & Monsters

3.97 avg rating — 372 ratings — published 2012 — 8 editions
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Who's Afraid of the Big Bad...

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The Fallen Queen: (Gods & M...

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The Light Bringer: Gods & M...

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The Wolf Prince

4.70 avg rating — 10 ratings — published 2013
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The Punk and the Plaything by B.B. Reid
"I honestly skimmed through this book.
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There were some scenes that got me a little emotional otherwise it was very dull.
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The Punk and the Plaything by B.B. Reid
"This was Jamie and Barbette’s story, and while I liked both characters in other books, I felt like their issue could have been resolved a lot sooner (she could have just told Jamie what was going on). It was ok. I kind of skimmed through it. "
The Punk and the Plaything by B.B. Reid
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The book started ok until the end. I felt cheated and grossed out. Skipped the whole scenes. Was it be necessary for them to have sex within the same the room as each other. I am not ok with how with Bebette needing to suddenly start..." Read more of this review »
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“Jane smiled sadly. “You know we came from stardust—so it’s entirely expected that we would return to the stars when we die.”
Janie Marie, Gods & Monsters

“The door to Jane’s room opened quietly, and Death smiled at the sight of David entering. His smile grew as Lucifer moved away when David came to her side and lifted her out of the bed, cradling her unconscious form as he kissed her forehead and carried her out of the room. “I may have reminded him that,” Hypnos said, smiling, “sometimes, when a girl says she wants to be alone, that means: don’t let me go.” Death chuckled as they watched Lucifer vanish with a snarl. “Come,” Hypnos said again. “He will not touch her tonight.” “Thank you,” Death said quietly. Hypnos nodded, and without waiting, disappeared in a flash of white light. For a few seconds, Death could only stare at the empty doorway before he whispered, “Don’t let her go, David.” Then he, too, vanished into the darkness.”
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