Month: November 2014

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Review: Under Different Stars, by Amy Bartol

Posted November 27, 2014 by Pamela Nicole in Reviews / 1 Comment
Review: Under Different Stars, by Amy Bartol

    Under Different Stars was… Different. But very, very enjoyable. At first, I wasn’t very convinced I’d like it, but then things got interesting. Kricket, a bit abruptly, might I add, finds out she’s actually from another planet [world? Dimension?], and she’s taken home by a trio of super good-looking aliens, among them the […]

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Review: Storm Fall, by Tracy Banghart

Posted November 23, 2014 by Pamela Nicole in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: Storm Fall, by Tracy Banghart

    The book picks up two months after Ari saves Ward Vadim, and now, the women that had been serving in the army in disguise, can now do so freely. You can imagine that not everyone is happy about that. I loved that. Men’s status as the only ones who can fight has been […]

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Blog Tour: Malice, by Amity Hope

Posted November 20, 2014 by Pamela Nicole in Blog Tours / 2 Comments
Blog Tour: Malice, by Amity Hope

*First book in a trilogy. Young Adult Romance/Paranormal, Urban Fantasy Malice is currently on 99 cents on Amazon. Pick up your copy today at the link below! Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/20526817-malice Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Malice-Amity-Hope-ebook/dp/B00OPEYU9O/ref=la_B008LXO5G8_1_12?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1413899757&sr=1-12 Samara Cavanaugh has grown up in a world filled with magic users. She’s used to bizarre and peculiar. But when a stranger checks in […]

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Review: Since Forever Ago by Olivia Besse

Posted November 12, 2014 by Pamela Nicole in Reviews / 2 Comments
Review: Since Forever Ago by Olivia Besse

    I checked the Goodreads reviews (after finishing the book), and I found that many people actually enjoyed this book. o.o. I’m gonna detail why I didn’t. For the record, I did keep the author’s warning in mind. She made a note saying her characters were intended to be immature and clueless because that’s […]

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