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Moonlight Magic box set

  1. Secrets of the Hollows (The Hollows 1) by Nicole Morgan
    Lucifer once said, “His power is great, and should be feared.”
    2. Hard Bite by Kate Allenton
    It’s going to take more than sizzling chemistry to solve this mysterious case.
    3. The Accidental Adoption by Lucy Felthouse
    There’s more to Rosie’s new dog than meets the eye…
    4. Candy Cornered by Carma Haley
    Cornered between Alpha protection and Rogue passion.
    5. Mated by Midnight by Linnea Alexis
    A man walks into a bar…and meets his destiny.
    6. Her Protectors by Tamsin Baker
    Brother shifters meet their curvaceous mate in this short, hot paranormal romance.
    7. Night Hawk by J.E. Taylor
    Sacrificed to the shadows, Naomi thirsts for justice…and revenge.
    8. Spellbound by Laura Greenwood
    A second chance at love makes sparks fly…literally.
    9. Wicked by Diana Bocco
    10.All Hallow’s Eve by Elena Bryce
    Seductive Lord Samhain is tempting her to stay forever…
    11. Blood Moon by Livia Quinn
    She could destroy his world…or save it.
    12. Fire and Blood by Cadence Denton
    She walked through flames to find him.
    13. Marked by Fate Book One by Adaline Raine
    A woman seeking answers finds so much more.
    14. Aphrodite Calling by Jennifer Lynne
    Sometimes it takes the power of the gods to reveal the woman within…
    15. Wayward Souls by Laurie Treacy
    By saving the life of a gorgeous stranger, Holly finds her true self.
    16. Taming Desire by Crystal Dawn
    In the end, the wolf will howl because he believes love must triumph over all.
    17. Gettin’ Lucky with a Leprechaun by Jocelyn Dex
    At the end of the rainbow, will she find a pot of gold, or just get lucky?
    18. Accidentally Linked by Lexi Ostrow
    Magic doesn’t always cast as planned
    19. Lyric by Andrea R. Cooper
    No man can resist a siren’s song...
    20. Never Match a Dragon by Rachael Slate
    Try to match a dragon, and you’ll end up burned.
    21. Beyond the Ashes by Kaiden Klein
    When darkness owns your soul, you have nothing to bargain with but time.

21 books from a variety of authors – you’re bound to find one you like… every now and again, authors collaborate to put into a set some of their starter of a series books. This is one of them. Often only available for a short time as a set, but enough to allow you to try out new authors.

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Hospital romances are lovely

I always like a hospital romance, and I know I am not alone in this. It’s even better for me when the heroine is a doctor not a nurse, and her potential partner is also medically qualified, or is a professional.
This was a nicely paced romance, with enough tragic back stories to give [pause and enable the ‘down’ of any traditional romance story.
The writing style was easy to read with a light touch.

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Find the Prince

I am very fond of this version of world building and love the idea of demons getting loose and causing illnesses etc – but being invisible to the human eye. And that the Thrax and others like human ice-cream and films. The Ghouls are creepy and the monsters are very imaginative. Don’t read these books if you get nightmares as they will inhabit them!
I have now read all the books so far published in the series and found them enjoyable, but I thought that of all of them Armageddon was rather slow in tension building.
The story of Lincoln finally comes out now – his background and how he courted Myla from his perspective and then we learn about how Maxon got his night terrors in Armageddon.
Better to have read Armageddon before Maxon but this author does not produce books in chronological order so a bit tricky…
However, if you can manage to sort out the storyline in your own mind, then do read the books as they are published.

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Books and Coffee – great!

This cafe is actually next door to the bookshop even though you can purchase coffee and cakes inside the bookshop. I found this rather confusing as I could not decide where the coffee came from.. but as the premises were jointly owned..

This book is set in a fictional south coast UK town which is all too nice and neat for reality – where these towns are struggling and not so nice any more – but some of the economic difficulties were mentioned as were the lack of anything for youngsters to do – which led them to petty vandalism.

 A cosy book that lacked any ‘bite’ with a very ‘soft’ style. Very much in older style of traditional romances which include a Cinderella hiding from the world in baggy clothes etc with a weight problem – she thinks. And a rescuer.

Sweet but could have been better.

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Let’s all go on an adventure?

Yes, all 3 of us – let’s leave Liverpool and go to Brighton…

Why? Well, there’s the rub – we need to get out of town quick, ‘cos a bad man is after us…

But we can borrow this really smart flat with lovely views. Just one problem – we can’t leave it, because someone’s very stupid husband made a very bad and very dodgy deal and now they are after us to pony up. Which of course we can’t. So we need to stay hidden. 2 sisters and an elderly, but game Aunty.

I wish this story had been quite as amusing as it would seem from the description. I did think that Nan was brilliant but found the sister weak and whiny and very shallow with nothing at all humorous about her. The potential elements were there for a really great story that would make a brilliant film. But it just missed its mark for me.

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