Posts By: Laureen

Sky Jumpers by Peggy Eddleman

Sky Jumpers by Peggy Eddleman

This was a fantastic middle-grade book. It was full of action, strong characters, an adventure with high stakes, parents that care, and a happy ending.  While I would say this is targeted more towards female readers (because our main character is a strong and independent girl) it’s easily accessible for male readers… Read more »

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Man v. Liver

Man v. Liver

Man v. Liver is a short and funny read about Man, who likes to share some alcohol-fueled wisdom. This is not high-brow reading, of course, and if you have a problem with the blatant alcoholism of Man then you probably shouldn’t be reading this book. On the other hand, if… Read more »

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Fatal Strike by Shannon McKenna

Fatal Strike by Shannon McKenna

I wanted to like this book. I mean, with a cover like that, can you blame me? This is another one of those where the series is already going by the time I jump in, and since this is the tenth book there has been a lot happening. And while… Read more »

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The Plague Forge

The Plague Forge

I have a confession to make. I had this book for months, just sitting on my eReader. I neglected to read it not because I didn’t want to, but because once I read it the series would be over. I wish I was exaggerating, or kidding here, but I didn’t… Read more »

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Unspoken by Jen Frederick

Unspoken by Jen Frederick

Yes, this is another sequel to a series, and yes, I did read it. But unlike a lot of the others that I’ve jumped into the middle of, you don’t have to read the first at all! This series of romances focuses on the men of Woodland squad who served… Read more »

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Ghost Hand by Ripley Patton

Ghost Hand by Ripley Patton

A lot of the time, self-published (or vanity published, or small press published… you get the point) novels tend to be… well, it’s obvious that there was a reason why they’re only indie, right? This book, however, is one of those ones that sparkles and doesn’t seem at all like… Read more »

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