Review: Twins for the Texas Rancher by Marin Thomas


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I grabbed Twins for the Texas Rancher after the library added two months of Western Romance to their collection. Having read Marin Thomas in the past, I started with the second book in her Cowboys of Stampede, Texas series. I vaguely remember starting the first book, it not holding my attention, and putting it down for another day. This one worked better for me, but mainly because the hero has some different challenges to overcome.

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Review: Magic Breaks by Ilona Andrews

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I love this series. Each book builds on the previous installment, dragging the reader deeper into the world of post Shift Atlanta. The Pack, Kate, the People, and even the Order – after seven volumes of adventures with these characters, you can’t help but get caught up in their lives, and sadly, sometimes their deaths. I have my favorites, and I approach each new book with the same apprehension. Will one of my favorites give up their life so Kate and Curran can live to fight another day?

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Manga Review: Haikyu!! V 10 by Haruichi Furudate


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Realizing that their game isn’t good enough to win at the Spring Tournament, Hinata wants to change how they run the freak quick attack. Instead of closing his eyes and trusting Kageyama to put the ball where he can hit it, he wants to keep his eyes open and be a more active participant in the play. Kageyama refuses to listen to him, and tells him he won’t put the ball where he can hit it anymore. It’s too close to the tournament to change their best play. The tension between the two teammates alters the flow of the entire game, and their first training camp is a disaster.

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Review: Godsgrave by Jay Kristoff

Review by Poo Penny

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As much as I liked this book, I was also disappointed in it. What was with the Spartacus retelling in there? I really enjoyed the first book, so imagine my surprise when it took me almost 2 weeks to read this. OK, that is partially my fault, I used to read 2 books a day, now I’m lucky if I can get through 2 chapters a day. Working really takes a toll on my ability to just plow through a book. Read more

Manga Review: Haikyu V 9 by Haruichi Furudate

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After coming to terms with their defeat at the hands of Aoba Johsai, the Karasuno volleyball club is working on preparing for the spring tournament. Takeda calls in some favors and gets the team invited to a training camp in Tokyo. There’s just one problem. Finals are coming up, and four players are dangerously close to failing! If they don’t pass their tests, they’ll be forced to miss training camp for make-up tests.

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Review: The Cowboy and the Cop by Christine Wenger



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I just looked at the cover and decided I wanted to read The Cowboy and the Cop. I haven’t read the author previously, and while this didn’t work completely for me, it was entertaining enough that I would read her again. Things kind of fell off the rails during the investigation into the cattle rustling, when there was just too much going on, making the plot hard to swallow.

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