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Sunday, 18 November 2012 20:00

Jennifer’s Weekly Reads for November 12 – 18, 2012

Written by Jennifer Porter
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“Archangel of Mercy” by Christina Ashcroft (review copy)
This book is out in early December so a review will be posted then. However, I’m not entirely sure what I think of this one. I liked the world and the characters, but had a real negative reaction to the ending of this one. I will be mulling this book for a bit.


“Their Reluctant Submissive” by Marla Monroe (ebook)
I enjoyed this book which is the first I’ve read by this author. The heroine Kelly is the reluctant submissive, who was hurt by a man masquerading as a dominant who slowly took over her entire life. Jackson and Marx aren’t looking for a full-time submissive, but Kelly is wary. I liked this aspect of the story.


“Wicked Nights with a Proper Lady” by Tiffany Clare (review copy)
See review



“Darkfever” by Karen Marie Moning (ebook)
See “Shadowfever.”


“Bloodfever” by Karen Marie Moning (ebook)
See “Shadowfever.”


“Faefever” by Karen Marie Moning (ebook)
See “Shadowfever.”


“Dreamfever” by Karen Marie Moning (ebook)
See “Shadowfever.”


“Shadowfever” by Karen Marie Moning (ebook)
In romancelandia, everyone (or it seems like everyone) talks about Jericho Barrons, the hero of the Fever series. There seems to be a love/hate relationship with this very alpha character. I had to experience him for myself. As I had vacation time coming, I decided to read the entire series – in a marathon session. It took me three days to finish (as people kept interrupting me). And wow! I am so glad that I finally read this series. However, I am just as glad that I waited until all of these books were out. These books have some serious cliffhangers that would have made me angry, stressed and even devastated had I read them and then had to wait for the next book to come out. I’m also pretty sure that I would’ve forgotten many of the complicated details of what was happening.


So, worth it? Absolutely. Barrons is a hero unto himself. I was consumed by the need to know who or what he was as I was reading. Mac was just as fascinating – and they make a great team. At times, I did feel that the story arc was hard to follow. I’m sure there were many things that I missed. But I enjoyed the wild ride of these five books. Barrons definitely made a huge impression on me.

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