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V Games by Caroline Peckham
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Just okay

Very much like a vampire hunger games. Girls taken from a maximum security prison to compete to win in a race to outrun ravenous vampires.
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The Mageri Series Box Set by Dannika Dark
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Spellbound by Dannika Dark
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Gem and Nico

Gem's spell has kept Nico in a coma like state. Only she can translate the cursed book to try to find a counter spell to wake him. Great series.
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His Human Prisoner by Renee Rose
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Alien romance

A short, generic alien romance with spanking in the sex scenes. Slaves stowaways on spaceships that commandeer to reach freedom. Captain finds his mate among them.
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Fireborne by McKenzie Hunter
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Borrowed magic

This book's beginning was exactly the free novella that was given out. Not listed as sample chapters, it was re reading all of it in this book. I hated it. Don't give me sample chapters and call it a novella. That said, I really lik
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Sea Breeze by Shayne Silvers
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I am forever entertained by the characters in this series. Great story, mythological creatures, mystery and twisty's. Quinn is in a race to catch Ryan, her longtime friend, who has been turned into the winter Queen's assassin, Jack Frost. Trying to s ...more
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Demon Ensnared by Jenn Stark
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The Fallen Demon enforcer, an empath. Angela, kidnapped as a child with buried memories. Now a member of congress on a committee that is funding AI to fight wars in place of humans. But the horror they uncover is all encompassing, even as they both a ...more
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Slayer by Thea Atkinson
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The last of her kind, saved by the Fae general. Now, she is ordered to kill her mentor for being a traitor. This dark and twisty tale of being freed from assassin servitude comes with a heavy dose of nurture verses nature. Centuries of lessons from t ...more
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How to Kiss an Undead Bride by Hailey Edwards
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Wedding fiascos

This series just grabs you and won't let go. Grier and Linus' wedding is finally here. Murphy's law fills this sweet, snarky telling of wedding bliss..not. Outside influences are bent on making it a miserable day. I love Griers self
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“That was the trouble with explaining with words. If you explained with gunpowder, people listened.”
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“When writing, there are some scenes that are emotionally overwhelming. They completely overcome the author, and only when they do this can they cause a similar reaction in the reader.

Through this, the author gets to experience multiple lives. If a character's life flashes before their eyes, it flashes before the author's eyes too, and he or she remembers it as his or her own.

With reading, we get to live other lives vicariously, and this is doubly so with writing. It is like a lucid dream, where we guide the outcome. In this, we don't merely write *about* a character -- we momentarily *become* them, and walk as they walk, think as they think, and do as they do. When we return to our own life, we might return a little shaken, likely a little stronger, hopefully a little wiser.

What is certain is that we return better, because experiencing the lives of others makes us understand their aims and dreams, their fears and foils, the challenges and difficulties, and joys and triumphs, that they face. It helps us grow and empathise, and see all the little pictures that make up the bigger one we see from the omniscience of the narrator.”
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