Review: Stealing the Cowboy’s Heart by Debbi Rawlins

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Debbi Rawlins is a new author for me. She usually writes under the Harlequin Blaze imprint, one of my least favorite lines, so I haven’t picked up one of her books before. Since Harlequin Western Romance is my favorite line, and this title appeared at the library, I just grabbed it and dove right in. Not everything worked for me, but I would read another title by her in the future.

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Manage Review: Haikyu!! V7 by Haruichi Furudate


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The battle between Karasuno and Aoba Johsai continues! And it may shock you, but it doesn’t end in Volume 7, either! I love the never-ending battles in shounen manga, be it cooking battles, board game battles, battles to the death, or my new favorite – VOLLEYBALL battles! I still don’t understand the rules of the game, but the tension is ratcheted up so high that all I needed to know was that Karasuno has their work cut out for them if they want to progress in the Inter-High Tournament!

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Audio Review: ZOM-B Mission by Darren Shan


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I started listening to this on audio, and yet again, reached a point where I switched over to the ebook. I have been incredibly fortunate that the library has had the volumes when I needed them, and I started borrowing several volumes at a time. ZOM-B is a fun series with quick episodes, so it pays to have several of them on hand.

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Review: The Medicine Man by Sarah M Anderson

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I have enjoyed several of Sarah M Anderson’s titles, so agreeing to review The Medicine Man was a no-brainer. Originally published by Samhain (I am still mourning their closure), the author has self-pubbed the title. While I am still not a fan of the cover, The Medicine Man kicks off the Men of the White Sandy series to a satisfying start.

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Review: The Cowboy’s Christmas Bride by Laurie LeClair


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I thought I’d give The Cowboy’s Christmas Bride a go because it’s about a down and out country singer, and the hero is an former bull rider with a young daughter. Ryder is Cassidy’s ex, and she broke his heart. I figured with the small town setting, it wouldn’t be long before they were constantly pushed into each other’s company, and I was right.

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Audio Review: ZOMB-B Baby by Darren Shan


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I didn’t enjoy ZOM-B Baby as much as previous volumes. It seemed really, really short, or maybe I was just getting fed up with B. She carries such a massive chip on her shoulder, it’s a wonder she is mobile at all. She has what I call a piss poor attitude, and maybe after listening to two volumes in a row of her snapping, growling, and barking at everyone around her, I was wondering why anyone is friendly with her at all.

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Audio Review: ZOM-B Angels by Darren Shan


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This series! It’s so addicting, but aggravating at the same time. ZOM-B is a 12 book series, and each volume is about 160 pages. They all have ended on cliffhangers, and when I was first reading the series, a majority of the books weren’t out. Now that the series has been released in its entirety, I decided to give the audio books a listen. I am enjoying them so much!

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