The Accidental Unicorn by Dakota Cassidy (book review)

Title:  Accidental Unicorn Author:  Dakota Cassidy Release Date:  September 20, 2019 Source:  review copy provided by the author Oliver Baldwin has a problem. And it’s a big one. He has a unicorn horn. A unicorn horn that’s pink and purple and shoots glitter everywhere. But that’s not all it does. So what’s a guy who, out of nowhere, has a swirly horn sprout from his head to do? He calls the ladies of OOPS and …

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Book Review: Escape Room by Megan Goldin

Vincent, Jules, Sylvie, and Sam are ruthlessly ambitious high-flyers working in the lucrative world of Wall Street finance where deception and intimidation thrive. Getting rich is all that matters, and they’ll do anything to reach the top. When they are ordered to participate in a corporate team-building exercise that requires them to escape from a locked elevator, dark secrets of their team begin to be laid bare. The biggest mystery to solve in this lethal …

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Book Review: The Year I Left by Christine Brae

Carin Frost doesn’t understand what’s happening to her. A confident businesswoman, wife, and mother, she begins to resent everything about her life. Nothing makes sense. Nothing makes her feel. Maybe it’s the recent loss of her mother in a tragic accident. Or maybe she’s just losing her mind. Enter Matias Torres. As their new business partnership thrives, so does their friendship – and his interest in her. Carin is determined to keep her distance, until …

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Book Review: Witches Get Stitches by Dakota Cassidy

When last we met, good people, the biggest wish I’ve ever made came to fruition. It didn’t happen without some help – okay, a lot of help. Either way, let’s just say the deed was done. My outrageously handsome, smart, sometimes persnickety (read mostly persnickety) Spy Guy, Winterbottom, is finally here on earth with me, recuperating from his afterlife jaunt.And I couldn’t be happier… Sure, he can be a difficult patient. He’s forever bellowing my …

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That Ain’t Witchcraft by Seanan McGuire (book review)

Title:  That Ain’t Witchcraft Author:  Seanan McGuire Release Date:  March 5, 2019 Publisher:  Berkley Publishing Group Source:  NetGalley Antimony Price has never done well without a support system. As the youngest of her generation, she has always been able to depend on her parents, siblings, and cousins to help her out when she’s in a pinch – until now. After fleeing from the Covenant of St. George, she’s found herself in debt to the crossroads …

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Book Review: The Lovely and the Lost by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Kira Bennett’s earliest memories are of living alone and wild in the woods. She has no idea how long she was on her own or what she had to do to survive, but she remembers the moment that Cady Bennett and one of her search-and-rescue dogs found her perfectly. Adopted into the Bennett family, Kira still struggles with human interaction years later, but she excels at the family business: search-and-rescue. Along with Cady’s son, Jude, …

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Book Review: 13 Things Mentally Strong Women Don’t Do

Title:  13 Things Mentally Strong Women Don’t Do Author:  Amy Morin Release Date:  December 31, 2018 Publisher:  William Morrow Source:  Edelweiss International bestselling author and leading global expert on mental strength Amy Morin turns her focus to feminism, explaining what it means – and what it takes – to be a mentally strong woman in the age of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements. (Goodreads) Review:   Amy Morin’s first book was 13 Things That Mentally …

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Book Review: Protect the Prince by Jennifer Estep

Title:  Protect the Prince Author:  Jennifer Estep Release Date:  July 2, 2019 Publisher:  Harper Voyager Source:  Edelweiss Everleigh Blair might be the new gladiator queen of Bellona, but her problems are far from over. First, Evie has to deal with a court full of arrogant, demanding nobles, all of whom want to get their greedy hands on her crown. As if that wasn’t bad enough, an assassin tries to kill Evie in her own throne …

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Book Review: Lost by Natasha Preston

*post may contain affiliate links  Title:  The Lost Author:  Natasha Preston Release Date:  April 2, 2019 Publisher:  Sourcebooks Fire Source:  NetGalley In Piper’s hometown, teenagers keep disappearing, and everyone assumes they’re just a bunch of runaways. But when yet another person disappears, Piper and her best friend Hazel suspect something more sinister is going on. So they decide to investigate, determined to learn the truth. Their search for answers leads them to the source of …

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Book Review: Buzz Books YA Spring/Summer 2019

Title:  Buzz Books YA Spring/Summer 2019 Author:  Publishers Lunch Release Date:  January 16, 2019 Publisher:  Publishers Lunch Source:  NetGalley Our tenth Buzz Books: Young Adult gives readers the special excitement of being among the first to sample the best in forthcoming young adult novels months ahead of their actual publication. (Goodreads)  *post may contain affiliate links (disclosure) My Review: BUZZ BOOKS are one of my favorite ways to discover new authors and titles that I …

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Book Review: No Exit by Taylor Adams

Title:  No Exit Author:  Taylor Adams Release Date:  January 15, 2019 Publisher:  William Morrow Source:  Review copy provided by the publisher On her way to Utah to see her dying mother, college student Darby Thorne gets caught in a fierce blizzard in the mountains of Colorado.  With the roads impassable, she’s forced to wait out the storm at a remote highway rest stop. Inside are some vending machines, a coffee maker, and four complete strangers. …

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Book Review: Marty’s Horrible, Terrible, Very Bad Day by Dakota Cassidy

Title:  Marty’s Horrible, Terrible, Very Bad Day Author:  Dakota Cassidy Release Date:  February 28, 2019 Source:  Review Copy received from the author For Roxanne McNally, being a grim reaper has never been easy. Now she hates her job more than usual, because she’s been charged with reaping the soul of a legend – werewolf Marty Andrews Flaherty.  Marty, together with her equally iconic friends Nina and Wanda, are Rocky’s idols. To say she’s an OOPs …

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