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Captive Rebel by Erin McDermott|Book Review

Book title: Captive Rebel (The allegiance book 1) Author: Erin McDermott Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Synopsis: Destined to be enemies, bound by fate... Prince Ariston rules over the Allegiant - an elite faction favored by the Greek Gods. Separated from his family at a young age, he became a prisoner to the rebellion. Marylyn O'Conner is a rebel,… Continue reading Captive Rebel by Erin McDermott|Book Review

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The Obsession by Nora Roberts| Book Review

Book Title: The Obsession Author: Nora Roberts Genre: Romance/Thriller/Suspense Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Synopsis - At 12 yrs old, Naomi Bowes followed her father into the woods one night and stumbled upon a shocking & disturbing truth. From that moment, life would never be the same for Naomi, her mother, and her brother, Mason. Years later, Naomi's… Continue reading The Obsession by Nora Roberts| Book Review

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City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare| Book Review

City of Fallen Angels is the fourth installment of The Mortal Instruments Series. Needless to say, it wasn't a page turner like the first three books. For me, at least. I did enjoy it however, because it's a continuous piece of a larger story. I'm not really big on YA per se but I will… Continue reading City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare| Book Review

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Thriller September Reads| TBR | Books

Halloween is already in my air. Two days of weather in the 60s and I'm already gearing up for my favorite season, the haunted season. Random Kat Facts: I didn't grow up in the US so Halloween was just a TV thing to me but ohhh how I wished I could be part of that… Continue reading Thriller September Reads| TBR | Books

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Crushed by A.D. McCammon|Book Review

I've been lucky this year to have found some well written romance novels. A lot of romances can get cliched and cringey, not any fault of the authors but I believe few of us writers really know how to capture the essence of true love, especially true first love. Well A.D. had no issues doing… Continue reading Crushed by A.D. McCammon|Book Review

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Paper Books vs E-books

Ahh! The never ending debate... Which do you prefer? Comment down below if you prefer one over the other and why. I'd love to hear it. I love books in any form or fashion but I do appreciate paper books and e-books in different ways. Paper Books. Who doesn't love the smell or books, the feel… Continue reading Paper Books vs E-books

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My Strange Addiction to Paper

After I learned that this was an actual thing, I can be a little open about it. I'd often think that there was something wrong with me. Something childish that I never grew out of or just something completely ridiculous and it does still seem so, but it's an actual thing and other people enjoy… Continue reading My Strange Addiction to Paper

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December 2015 Kindle Book Review

These are mostly holiday romances, I get into that mood around the holidays. The majority of these I got for free using, so don't judge the cheesy, happily ever after stories. If it's not your cup of tea then move along.WARNING: Includes sexual content, not for children.*Finding Southern Comfort (Barbara Lohr)Harper performs in costumes… Continue reading December 2015 Kindle Book Review

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Book Review: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

*CONTAINS SPOILERS*This was definitely one of my best reads of 2015. This book was plotted and written so well, I could not put it down. I suspected everyone as the murderer.Rachel, a mentally unstable drunk rides the train to and from work daily, only she doesn't work. She just hangs out in libraries and such… Continue reading Book Review: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins