Published: July 1, 2011
Are blind dates supposed to be this bloody?
A “Secret McQueen” Story
They say it’s impossible to find a man in New York City. Secret McQueen needs to find two in one night. Of course, it’ll mean pulling off the impossible find and kill a displaced rogue vampire without disrupting the first promising date she’s had in ages. As a werewolf hybrid used to walking a fine line of survival in the vampire world, though, Secret eats impossible for breakfast.
Somewhere between hello and the first round of drinks, Secret makes her move. Her target, Hollywood’s biggest star, shouldn’t be hard to spot. Just look for swarms of fans. Except every time her vampire liaison, Holden, helps keep her mission on track, her date runs further off the rails.
Either Holden has a hidden agenda, or he knows more than he’s letting on about her quarry. One way or another, Secret is determined to get her man, and meet Mr. Right. Or die trying.
Warning: This book contains a sword-wielding assassin whose barbs are sharper than her blade, a vampire with serious brooding issues but a skilled tongue, and an A-lister with a bad habit of eating his fans. This novella takes place approximately one year prior to the events of “Something Secret This Way Comes.”
Received from Harlequin via Netgalley for an honest Review
Kindle Only: $0.99
Published: February 1, 2017
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Tough Justice Countdown Part 3 of 8
The bomber’s latest threat has thrown the Crisis Management Unit into chaos! As Lara Grant struggles to hold her fractured team together, she discovers a possible connection between this case and her own past–something she can’t reveal to anyone, especially now. Because when the bomber’s next target chooses to keep his secret, terror turns to an intimate form of torture, and anyone’s past can be used against them…
Children, YA, Fantasy
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Published: June 28, 2016
The great North American school of magic was founded in the seventeenth century. It stands at the highest peak of Mount Greylock, where it is concealed from non-magic gaze by a variety of powerful enchantments, which sometimes manifest in a wreath of misty cloud.
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The Wild Rose Press, Inc.
Released: May 22, 2013
Hastings; Paperback; $7.99
Released: January 28, 2014
Night Huntress #7, Finale
“Me, who had trust issues a mile long and had refused to admit that I loved Bones until several months into our relationship, now knew with absolute certainty that I loved the homicidal little hellion staring down at me.”
Head over to Ally’s site to check out my review on Of Mice and Men the MOVIE! You can go check it out by clicking on the movie cover below:
If you didn’t get a chance to Yesterday, check out my book review for the classic novel Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck!
Please take a few minutes to check out my Guest Review Post over at Ally’s site, Swept Away Again, on Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck! I’m reviewing the book today and I’ll be reviewing the movie tomorrow for her new feature Books on Film! (Just click the book below to head over to the review)
Ally, thanks again for asking me to be apart of this feature this year! I love reading books and watching the films. I’ll probably be doing a wrap up post next week really comparing the book and the movie…