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Book Review: Earth by Helen J. Perry

Earth by Helen J Perry
Earth by Helen J Perry
Earth by Helen J Perry
Earth by Helen J Perry

Title: Earth (Elemental Reverse Harem Quartet #1)
Author: Helen J. Perry
Genre: Reverse Harem, Paranormal Romance
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Earth is the first in the Elemental Reverse Harem Quartet, which promises to be a titillating new series by Helen J. Perry. 

Malka Selby doesn’t know she’s a witch. The joke is more or less on her because all the men she encounters seems to know who and what she is. And the kinky menagé contest she’s having with her best friend to see who can have the most, the best, is getting lots of fodder as these men seem to make all her dreams come true. 

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Adult Fiction, Book Reviews, Paranormal Romance, Reverse Harem, Romantic Comedy

Book Review: Submission by Elle Lincoln

Submission by Elle Lincoln
Submission by Elle Lincoln

Submission by Elle Lincoln
Submission by Elle Lincoln

Title: Submission (Fated Souls #2)
Author: Elle Lincoln
Genre: Paranormal Romance, Reverse Harem
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

ARGH! And not in a pirate way. I’m so frustrated. What I thought would happen when I read the cliffhanger of Surrender occurred, and I’m not happy about it. I hate delayed gratification. I’m basically a human-cat –we human-cats don’t do that.

Submission introduces mate número cinco. Kade isn’t a full dozen doughnuts, and since Bean can’t help but devour all the doughnuts she sees, she’s a-okay with the whacked-out lycan. But with Kade comes a lesson in how the lycan world really works. That might be more than she is ready for, considering Bean becomes a vampire juice box on the first go. Kade might be crazy, but Sabina must be losing her mind. The Stockholm Syndrome she suffers has her wanting more of the danger that comes with the secrets of her new life.

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Book Reviews, Paranormal Fiction, Reverse Harem

Book Review: Freak by Elizabeth Dunlap

Freak by Elizabeth Dunlap
Freak by Elizabeth Dunlap
Freak by Elizabeth Dunlap
Freak by Elizabeth Dunlap

Title: Freak (Highborn Asylum #0.5)
Author: Elizabeth Dunlap
Genre: Paranormal Romance
My rating:
4 of 5 stars

Freak is a short little wind-up Prequel for the Highborn Asylum Series. Usually, I feel like there isn’t enough of a bite to chomp on with these novelettes, but this was a brilliant nosh.

Violet, known as Letty, is a patient at Highborn Asylum, where she can hear the walls hum and fellow patient Olivander follows her like an eerie shadow. I kept picturing Olivander as a Gerard Way-esque character, and then Guy is introduced, and I’m further sunk because I envisioned an Andy Black-like sort–you can see I have a type. 

Highborn Asylum isn’t just any psychiatric facility; there is something very shady of the paranormal bent here, especially since they try to hold and control a witch with a harem. After all, they have to keep wiping Letty’s memory and telling her that the walls don’t make noises.

I can’t wait for this series. I’m hoping it lives up to this nosh. 

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary advance copy of this book.

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Book It, Book Reviews, College Romance, Enemies to Lovers Romance, NA Bully Romance, NA Romance, New Release, Reverse Harem

Book Review: A Loser’s Revenge by Tammi Lynn

A Loser's Revenge by Tammi Lynn
A Loser's Revenge by Tammi LynnA Loser's Revenge by Tammi Lynn
A Loser's Revenge by Tammi Lynn
A Loser’s Revenge by Tammi Lynn

Title: A Loser’s Revenge
Author: Tammi Lynn
Genre: Enemies to Lovers, Reverse Harem
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

What is the worst betrayal? Some would say its betraying yourself, but for Barretta, it was having the three people she loved most at age thirteen hold her down, in front of the entire school, and humiliate her after telling her they loved her. That betrayal changed her whole life, and she was never the same after that. She left a week later and started over, started planning revenge.

Nine years later, it’s time to pay-up, and she’s loosey-goosey got plans to make them hurt so she can have closure and indeed start a new chapter. She’s enrolled in their college, knows their classes, has a key to their house, and knows where they will be.

Sounds creepy, and it is, but Barry/Bibi rationalizes a lot, and you start cheering for her success. Stockholm syndrome in book-form. By the time she starts falling for her bullies, and they for her, you are so confused about who you want to be mad at–and angry for–the story gets a little bogged down.

Axel is always a wiener; you won’t be rooting for him ever.

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Academy Romance, Book It, Book Reviews, Fae Romance, New Release, Reverse Harem

Book Review: Ruin by Lacey Carter Andersen

Ruin by Lacey Carter Andersen
Ruin by Lacey Carter Andersen
Ruin by Lacey Carter Andersen
Ruin by Lacey Carter Andersen

Title: Ruin (Royal Fae Academy #2)
Author: Lacey Carter Andersen
Genre: Reverse Harem, Academy Romance
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Now, this is what I wanted from Ravage. Lacey Carter Andersen shines with her newest Royal Fae Academy novel, Ruin!

Ruin advances Rayne’s murder mystery, explores further the super-secret-search, and expands upon the evergrowing threat. Now Esmeray and ALL her men are in danger. It’s too late to go back, and stopping is out of the question.

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Academy Romance, Book It, Book Reviews, Fae Romance, New Release, Reverse Harem, Urban Fantasy

Book Review: Ravage by Lacey Carter Andersen

Ravage by Lacey Carter Andersen
Ravage by Lacey Carter Andersen
Ravage by Lacey Carter Anderson
Ravage by Lacey Carter Andersen

Title: Ravage (Royal Fae Academy #1)
Author: Lacey Carter Andersen
Genre: Paranormal Reverse Harem Romance
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

There is being a badass and just being a bad character, and in Ravage, Esmeray is often a poorly written character who has crossed that fine line. 

Revere introduces us to Esmeray and her mates: Bron Drake, Lucian Silver, and Dwade Luther… 

–Dwade is still a nonsense name in my book and far from sexy. Should we Dwade into the swamp? Dwading in lakes is far better. See, that is what comes to mind when I hear Dwade. /tangent–  

…And we learn about the sexy, no-no-relationship situation the three men are keeping from Rayne and Esmeray; no one knows that Esmeray is their mate. But now Rayne has been murdered, and Esmeray is at the Royal Fae Academy, and keeping the sexy Dark Fae from doing what comes naturally to her without spilling their guts is proving impossible to Bron, Lucian, and Dwade. 

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