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Friday, March 16, 2018

#Audiobook #Review: 4 out of 5 stars for Marked in Flesh by Anne Bishop #AnneBishop @PRHAudio

TITLE: Marked in Flesh
SERIES: The Others, Book #4
AUTHOR: Anne Bishop
NARRATOR: Alexandra Harris
PUBLISHER: Penguin Audio
FORMAT: Unabridged audiobook
LENGTH: 15 hrs and 21 mins
GENRE: Fantasy/Urban Fantasy
Fourth in the "flawless" (The Reading CafĂ©) New York Times best-selling series from the author of Vision in Silver.

For centuries, the Others and humans have lived side by side in uneasy peace. But when humankind oversteps its bounds, the Others will have to decide how much humanity they're willing to tolerate - both within themselves and within their community....

Since the Others allied themselves with the cassandra sangue, the fragile yet powerful human blood prophets who were being exploited by their own kind, the delicate dynamic between humans and Others changed. Some, like Simon Wolfgard, wolf shifter and leader of the Lakeside Courtyard, and blood prophet Meg Corbyn see the new closer companionship as beneficial - both personally and practically.

But not everyone is convinced. A group of radical humans is seeking to usurp land through a series of violent attacks on the Others. What they don't realize is that there are older and more dangerous forces than shifters and vampires protecting the land that belongs to the Others - and those forces are willing to do whatever is necessary to protect what is theirs...


The ongoing feud between the humans and the Others ramps up in the fourth book of Bishop's The Others series.

When members of the Humans First and Last ("HFL") Movement attack a group of terra indigene, Namid's teeth and claws retaliate. It surprises me that the HFL movement even thinks that they have a chance against the most deadly of the terra indigene, and their stupidity is costly. The terra indigene is just as ruthless, and they are prepared to cut cities and towns off at the knees and refuse to trade or deal with those that support the HFL.

I enjoyed seeing more of Hope, and I hope we see more communication between Meg and the other cassandra sangue and their prophecies.

Alexandra Harris is a perfect fit for this series! She switches with ease from Vlad's accent to Simon's gruffness to Meg's sweetness. Here is a sample of the narration:


4 stars!! It was really good, and you should put it on your TBR list if you enjoy urban fantasy!

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Thursday, March 15, 2018

#Book #Review: 4 out of 5 stars for Escape by Gordon Korman @gordonkorman @Scholastic @scholasticCDA

TITLE: Escape
SERIES: Island, Book #3
AUTHOR: Gordon Korman
PUBLISHER: Scholastic
PUBLICATION DATE: August 1, 2001
FORMAT: Paperback
LENGTH: 144 pages
GENRE: Childrens, Adventure/Survival
ISBN: 0439164524
Luke, Charla, Will, Lyssa, J.J., and Ian aren't alone on their desert island. They've survived so far -- but now their enemies are closing in. They have only one chance to escape. Will they make it?


This is the final book in the Island trilogy, which I'm reading aloud to my younger daughter. 

In the previous book, Survival, Will had been unintentionally shot by a stray bullet from one of the thugs and the bullet was lodged in his thigh. Now, Will is showing signs of an infection which could be deadly. The kids have to get off the island and get help for Will, or he could die! They hatch a plan: When the smugglers return to the island, J.J. will stow away on their plane. Because he's the rich kid of a celebrity, he hopes the thugs will call his father and trade him for cash. It's a risky plan, but it's all they've got. Will is getting worse, and Ian says that if they don't get rescued soon that they will have no choice but to cut open Will's leg and try to dig out the bullet themselves.

The timeline periodically jumps back to 1945, to explain more about the atomic bomb that the kids found on the island and how it came to be there.

I really enjoyed the fast pace of the book, and it was a race against time to save Will. The kids really learned to work as a unit, and they had no choice but to trust each other.

I'm planning to read more of Korman's books with my daughter!


4 stars!! It was really good, and you should put it on your TBR list if you enjoy middle grade survival stories.

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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Can't-Wait Wednesday: The Window by Amelia Brunskill @ameliab @DelacortePress

Can't-Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Tessa @ Wishful Endings to spotlight and talk about the books we're excited about that we have yet to read. Generally they're books that have yet to be released as well. It's based on Waiting on Wednesday, hosted by the fabulous Jill at Breaking the Spine. Find out more here.

Here is this week's pre-publication "can't-wait-to-read" selection:

TITLE: The Window
PUBLISHER: Delacorte
FORMAT: Hardcover
LENGTH: 352 pages
GENRE: Young Adult, Mystery
ISBN: 9781524720292
Anna is everything her identical twin is not. Outgoing and athletic, she is the opposite of quiet introvert Jess. The same on the outside, yet so completely different inside--it's hard to believe the girls are sisters, let alone twins. But they are. And they tell each other everything.

Or so Jess thought.

After Anna falls to her death while sneaking out her bedroom window, Jess's life begins to unravel. Everyone says it was an accident, but to Jess, that doesn't add up. Where was Anna going? Who was she meeting? And how long had Anna been lying to her?

Jess is compelled to learn everything she can about the sister she thought she knew. At first it's a way to stay busy and find closure . . . but Jess soon discovers that her twin kept a lot of secrets. And as she digs deeper, she learns that the answers she's looking for may be truths that no one wants her to uncover.

Because Anna wasn't the only one with secrets.

I like the sound of this one! This is a 2018 YA debut author.

What are you waiting on? Please leave a comment in the section below. If you participate in this meme, please leave a link so I can visit your blog!

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Books That Surprised Me (in a good or bad way) #TopTenTuesday

This is a weekly meme hosted by Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week, they post a new Top Ten list that one of their bloggers will answer. Everyone is welcome to join!

The topic for today's list is:

Books That Surprised Me (in a good or bad way)

Here are some books that surprised me in a good way: I enjoyed them more than I expected!

Memoirs of a Geisha
by Arthur Golden
From my review: "The writing was beautiful, and I was totally captivated by this story."

The First Days
by Rhiannon Frater
(As the World Dies, Book #1)
From my review: "I can’t remember the last time when I was this frightened while reading a book! This is a must read for zombie fans! Frater knocked my socks off, and she has turned me into a huge fan of her work and reawakened my interest in zombies!" 

A Prayer for Owen Meany
by John Irving
From my review: "A Prayer for Owen Meany is a very thought-provoking story. I loved the book, and I thought that Irving wrapped up all the pieces of the story brilliantly! I literally had goose bumps at the end of the book." 

Here are some books that surprised me in a bad way: I did not enjoy them as much as I expected!

The Gunslinger
by Stephen King
(The Dark Tower, Book #1)
From my review: "Parts of the book really dragged for me and, even though I finished book, I still feel a bit lost! ... This is definitely my least favourite King book, and I much prefer his horror books to this fantasy series so far."

Into the Water
by Paula Hawkins
From my review: "I really enjoyed The Girl on the Train, so I was eagerly awaiting Hawkins’ sophomore book. Unfortunately, it did not live up to my expectations."

So, what books surprised you (in a good or bad way)? Please let me know in the comments, or leave me a link to your blog post if you are also participating in the meme!

Monday, March 12, 2018

It's Monday! What Are You Reading?

This weekly meme is hosted by Kathryn at Book Date.

I'm reading: 

Something from my dusty bookshelf.

TITLE: The Bat
SERIES: Harry Hole, Book #1
AUTHOR: Jo Nesbo
PUBLISHER: Random House Canada
PUBLICATION DATE: October 9, 2012 (first published 1997)
FORMAT: Paperback
LENGTH: 369 pages
GENRE: Mystery
ISBN: 9780307361011
Inspector Harry Hole of the Oslo Crime Squad is dispatched to Sydney to observe a murder case. Harry is free to offer assistance, but he has firm instructions to stay out of trouble. The victim is a twenty-three year old Norwegian woman who is a minor celebrity back home. Never one to sit on the sidelines, Harry befriends one of the lead detectives, and one of the witnesses, as he is drawn deeper into the case. Together, they discover that this is only the latest in a string of unsolved murders, and the pattern points toward a psychopath working his way across the country. As they circle closer and closer to the killer, Harry begins to fear that no one is safe, least of all those investigating the case.

Not only am I a first generation Canadian, but immigration is my profession. 

PUBLISHER: Caitlin Press
PUBLICATION DATE: February 7, 2017
FORMAT: Paperback
LENGTH: 216 pages
GENRE: Nonfiction
ISBN: 9781987915341
Edited by Miriam Matejova, Wherever I Find Myself is a diverse collection of stories about the joys and struggles of immigrant women living in Canada. Often bringing with them the shadow of war and the guilt of leaving, the women in this new anthology expose their emotional pain but also their gratitude for being able to call Canada home. Their stories paint touching and charming portraits of cultural and linguistic misunderstandings, bureaucratic hurdles, attempts to navigate unfamiliar landscapes, and a desire to be accepted despite differences in accent, skin colour, or taste in food. Together they form a mosaic of emotions and world-views that underline the immigrant condition for women.

A yellow dress with ruffles, a kind Grade 1 teacher with a surname that’s difficult to spell, cockroaches in the bathroom, the contempt of strangers, and Whitney Houston on the radio–a Filipino woman recalls her experience as a six-year-old immigrant in a ghetto in Mississauga in the 80s. Browsing through a Polish fashion magazine at a European deli, a woman sees herself in an alternative universe of what her life might have been had she never immigrated to Canada. A same-sex couple moves from Minnesota to Ontario to find refuge for their love, but first they must drive a seventeen-foot truck through a blizzard and make it through the frustrating net of Canadian bureaucracy. In search of her origins, a Jewish woman travels to her birthplace in Passau, Germany. There, among rows of European picturesque houses and foreign tombstones of a Jewish cemetery, she finds no memories, only the shadow of Hitler and the ghosts of her parents.

Through these stories of courage, aloneness, and hope, new and established writers reach out to both immigrants and those whose families long ago ceased to identify with the immigrant label. Through their struggles and, at times, endearingly critical looks at Canada, they remind us that many of our perceived divisions are nothing but artificial creations of mind and that all of us are past, current, or potential immigrants.

I completed a nine-week course with a group of people, which featured DVD Study sessions and a Participant Guide with study questions (homework!) for discussion each week. The book is a lot to digest, and I'm still reading it in chunks.

TITLE: Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No to Take Control of Your Life
PUBLISHER: Zondervan
PUBLICATION DATE: November 2, 1992
FORMAT: Hardcover
LENGTH: 314 pages
GENRE: Nonfiction, Psychology, Self-Help
ISBN: 9780310585909
Having clear boundaries is essential to a healthy, balanced lifestyle. A boundary is a personal property line that marks those things for which we are responsible. In other words, boundaries define who we are and who we are not. Boundaries impact all areas of our lives: Physical boundaries help us determine who may touch us and under what circumstances -- Mental boundaries give us the freedom to have our own thoughts and opinions -- Emotional boundaries help us to deal with our own emotions and disengage from the harmful, manipulative emotions of others -- Spiritual boundaries help us to distinguish God's will from our own and give us renewed awe for our Creator -- Often, Christians focus so much on being loving and unselfish that they forget their own limits and limitations. When confronted with their lack of boundaries, they ask: - Can I set limits and still be a loving person? - What are legitimate boundaries? - What if someone is upset or hurt by my boundaries? - How do I answer someone who wants my time, love, energy, or money? - Aren't boundaries selfish? - Why do I feel guilty or afraid when I consider setting boundaries? Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend offer biblically-based answers to these and other tough questions, showing us how to set healthy boundaries with our parents, spouses, children, friends, co-workers, and even ourselves.

Something from the library. I really enjoy this author, and I find him to be very inspirational!

AUTHOR: Joel Osteen
PUBLICATION DATE: October 24, 2017
FORMAT: Hardcover
LENGTH: 304 pages
GENRE: Nonfiction
ISBN: 9781455534326
The same God that leads you through green pastures guides you through the valleys. #1 New York Times bestselling author Joel Osteen shares how God uses the darkness in life for good.

All of us at some time encounter dark places that we don't understand: a loss, a sickness, a divorce, a child who breaks our heart. It's easy to get discouraged, give up on our dreams, and just settle there. We may not realize it, but when we feel buried in dark places, we are being blessed. God is using those experiences to help us grow, because we cannot reach our highest potential if we're standing in the light all the time. With Blessed in the Darkness, you will learn how to draw closer to God and trust Him when life doesn't make sense.

If we will go through the valley trusting, believing, and knowing that God is still in control, then we will come to the table that is already prepared for us, where our cup runs over.

Another one from my dusty bookshelf, which I am reading aloud to my younger daughter. We are loving this series!

SERIES: Warriors, Book #3
AUTHOR: Erin Hunter
PUBLICATION DATE: October 5, 2004 (first published 2003)
FORMAT: Paperback
LENGTH: 312 pages
GENRE: Young Adult, Fantasy
ISBN: 9780060525613
Allegiances are shifting among the Clans of warrior cats that roam the forest. With tensions so delicately balanced, former friends can become enemies overnight, and some cats are willing to kill to get what they want.

Fireheart is determined to find out the truth about the mysterious death of brave ThunderClan warrior Redtail. But as he searches for answers, he uncovers secrets that some believe would be better left hidden.

Something from the library, which I am reading aloud to my younger daughter. Her teacher was reading it to the class, and we started reading it at home as well so that we can enjoy the movie together afterwards!

TITLE: Wonder
SERIES: Wonder, Book #1
AUTHOR: R.J. Palacio
PUBLISHER: Oxford Childrens
PUBLICATION DATE: April 1, 2013 (first published 2012)
FORMAT: Paperback
LENGTH: 400 pages
GENRE: Young Adult, Contemporary
ISBN: 9780198391012
Educational edition of this warm and moving novel about an ordinary boy with an extraordinary face


An extremely moving and engaging novel that is sure to become a classroom favourite

Told from multiple perspectives, with opportunities to explore narrative, perspective, timeline and precepts

Themes of friendship, bullying, self-image and social responsibility

Supported by extensive teacher resources online and student-focused Reading Guides

Durable, soft cover your students will want to pick up

I'm listening to:

Something from my review pile.

NARRATORS: Alana Kerr CollinsAlan SmythGary Furlong
PUBLISHER: Blackstone Audio
PUBLICATION DATE: February 27, 2018
FORMAT: Unabridged audiobook
LENGTH: 10 hrs and 25 mins
GENRE: Mystery
ISBN: 9781504782487
Will Hurley was an attractive, charming, and impressive student at Dublin's elite St. John's College -- and Ireland's most prolific serial killer. Having stalked his five young victims, he drowned them in the muddy waters of the Grand Canal. Sentenced to life imprisonment when he was just nineteen, Will is locked away in the city's Central Psychiatric Hospital.

Freshman Alison Smith moved to the Big Smoke to enroll in St. John's and soon fell hard for Will Hurley. Her world bloomed...and then imploded when Liz, her best friend, became the latest victim of the Canal Killer -- and the Canal Killer turned out to be the boy who'd been sleeping in her bed. Alison fled to the Netherlands and, in ten years, has never once looked back.

When a young woman's body is found in the Grand Canal, Garda detectives visit Will to see if he can assist them in solving what looks like a copycat killing. Instead, Will tells them he has something new to confess -- but there's only one person he's prepared to confess it to.

The last thing Alison wants is to be pulled back into the past she's worked so hard to leave behind. Reluctantly, she returns to the city she hasn't set foot in for more than a decade to face the man who murdered the woman she was supposed to become.

Only to discover that, until now, Will has left out the worst part of all...

I just finished:

TITLE: Burn Bright
SERIES: Alpha & Omega, Book #5
AUTHOR: Patricia Briggs
NARRATOR: Holter Graham
PUBLISHER: Penguin Random House Audio
FORMAT: Unabridged audiobook
LENGTH: 9 hrs and 47 mins
GENRE: Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy
ISBN: 9781524756727
The latest thrilling and emotional Alpha and Omega novel from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Mercy Thompson series.

Charles Cornick is the son of the leader of the North American werewolves--and his father's enforcer. Anna Latham, a rare Omega wolf with a calming presence, is his mate. They go where they are needed, handling problems in werewolf packs throughout the country. But this time, the danger is closer to home, as an enemy armed with witchcraft threatens Charles and Anna's own pack.

What are you reading? Have you read any of these books and, if so, what did you think? Please let me know in the comments and, if you are also participating in this meme, leave me a link to your blog post so that I can stop by!

Sunday, March 11, 2018

#COYER Winter Switch: Wrap-up Post

This is my Wrap-up Post for the COYER challenge being hosted by Berls @ Fantasy is More Fun, Michelle @ Because Reading & Stormi @ Books, Movies, Reviews! Oh My!

  • 9 audiobooks finished

Stacking The Shelves and Sunday Post

This meme is hosted by Tynga over at Team Tynga's Reviews, which she describes as follows:

"Stacking The Shelves is all about the books we are adding to our shelves each week, sharing with you our excitement for our newest titles and maybe have you discover a new book in the process!"

Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news~ A post to recap the past week on your blog and showcase books and things we have received. Share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead. See rules here: Sunday Post Meme

I was wishing for a snow day on Monday, and I did indeed get one but not quite what I had in mind! I envisioned a day curled up with a blanket and book in hand. Instead, I had to do four rounds of shovelling :(  

Here's my ruler measuring the first dump (it kept snowing steadily even after this):

Here's what my yard looked like when I woke up:

The snow was so wet and heavy that it weighed down the branches so that they were nearly touching the ground on this tree. Lots of branches broke from the weight.

The deer were digging in their usual feeding spot to look for the feed that was buried under all the snow.

My window feeder was a popular spot all day long

We ended up with a total of 22 cm (about 8.6 inches) over a period of 36-hours due to the Colorado Low. We had more snow in this period than in January and February combined! We had only 17 cm of snow in total over those two months.

School buses were not running, so my kids were home with me. Even though I finally had my driveway clear by noon, the road was impassable. There were trucks that were getting stuck in the deep snow, so I wasn't going to chance it with my little car. Our street still hasn't been plowed, and it's terribly bumpy and rutted. At least the snow has been packed down for the most part with all the vehicles driving on it.

I bought this Daily Deal at Audible earlier this week:

The Last Move
by Mary Burton

Recap: Last Week On The Blog

Sunday: Stacking the Shelves and Sunday Post

Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Book Quotes

Can't-Wait Wednesday: Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware

Thursday Book Review: 5 out of 5 stars for Fire and Ice by Erin Hunter

Friday Book Review: 4 out of 5 stars for Carrie by Stephen King

Saturday: Goodreads Winter Seasonal Scavenger Challenge: The Northern Lights Wrap-up Post
What books have you added to your shelves this week? If you are also participating in either of these memes, please leave me the link to your blog post in the comments so that I can come and drool over all your goodies!

Saturday, March 10, 2018

Goodreads Winter Seasonal Scavenger Challenge: The Northern Lights Wrap-up Post

I'm finished!! And I'm done early for once :)

Winter Seasonal Scavenger Challenge: The Northern Lights
Duration: December 21, 2017 - March 20, 2018
16/16 books read

You’ve probably heard of the Northern Lights, also known as “Aurora borealis,” but what causes these spectacular displays? Read on to find out!

1. ❃ Read a book with the sun or a sunny scene on its cover (remember to post the cover) OR read a book whose title starts with a letter in LIGHTS (exclude "a" "an" "the").

The Girl in the Ice by Robert Bryndza (DCI Erika Foster, Book #1)

Read a book whose title starts with a letter in LIGHTS [G=Girl]

2. ❃ Read a book that takes place in ancient Rome or mentions a goddess of any kind (tell us her name) OR read a book with “NORTH” or “SOUTH” in its title (“Northern” or “Southern” will work as well.)

At Grave's End by Jeaniene Frost (Night Huntress, Book #3)

Read a book that takes place in ancient Rome or mentions a goddess of any kind [Isis]

✔3. ❃ Read a book whose author’s last initial is found in “ZONE” OR read a book with an intact number between 66 – 69 in its total page count (66, 67, 68, 69 – i.e. 268 works, 628 does not).

Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivel

Read a book whose author's last initial is found in "ZONE" [E=Esquivel]

✔4. ❃ Read a book with a brightly colored cover (must be at least 3 different colors) OR read a book with a “colorful” character; tell us about the character.

Read a book with a "colorful" character [Ebenezer Scrooge is definitely colorful! He is an unusual man, who feels that the weak and sick should just die off to "decrease the surplus population." He is very unkind, rude and offensive]

5. ❃ Read a book published in 2013 OR read a book with any nighttime word in its title (i.e. dusk, evening, night, midnight).

The Night Child by Anna Quinn

Read a book with any nighttime word in its title

✔6. ❃ Read a book that takes place in Iceland OR read a book with a natural body of water on its cover (i.e. lake, ocean; not a swimming pool; remember to post the cover).

Watch Me Disappear by Janelle Brown
Read a book with a natural body of water on its cover

7. ❃ Read a book that features an official competition of some kind (tell us what) OR read a book with any type of surfing equipment on its cover (remember to post the cover).

Carrie by Stephen King

Read a book that features an official competition of some kind [the Prom King and Queen]

✔8. ❃ Read a book with a bridge on its cover (remember to post the cover) OR read a book whose setting is close to a border of some type - i.e. city, state, country (tell us where and tell us the close border).

A Cold Day for Murder by Dana Stabenow (Kate Shugak, Book #1)

Read a book whose setting is close to a border of some type (mountains in Alaska, near the US/Canada border - Alaska/Yukon)

9. ❃ Read a book that takes place in Alaska OR read a book that has any item indicating “hot” on its cover (i.e. a filled bath tub, a cup of coffee, etc.)
Read a book that has any item indicating "hot" on its cover [a filled bath tub]

10. ❃ Read a book that takes place in any type of campground or resort OR read a book that mentions hot tea at least once (tell us the context or include the sentence in which the hot tea is mentioned).

Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop (The Others, Book #2)

Read a book that mentions hot tea at least once ["Since I'm not getting any more sleep, I'm going to put the kettle on and make some chamomile tea." and "Simon sipped his tea and didn't comment."]

11. ❃ Read a book with anywhere between 300-399 pages; tell us how many pages OR read a book with a sled on its cover (does not have to be a dogsled; post the cover).
Read a book with anywhere between 300-399 pages [338]

✔12. ❃ Read a book that has at least one Native American character OR read a book with any type of single chair on its cover (the chair may be occupied or empty); remember to post the cover.

Burn Bright by Patricia Briggs (Alpha & Omega, Book #5)
Read a book that has at least one Native American character [Charles Cornick is Native American]

✔13. ❃ Read a book where most of the plot takes place on the water OR read a book with a nighttime scene on its cover; post the cover.

A Very Gothic Christmas by Christine Feehan and Melanie George
Read a book with a nighttime scene on the cover

14. ❃ Read a book that takes place in Sweden OR read a book in which a formal dinner is served; briefly tell us about the meal:

Blood Fury by J.R. Ward (Black Dagger Legacy, Book #3)

Read a book in which a formal dinner is served [Last Meal takes place every night, at a forty-foot dining room table filled to capacity with every type of food, followed by dessert, parfaits, fruit, coffee, wine, aperitifs]

✔15. ❃ Read a book that takes place in a remote location (tell us where) OR read a book that is #25 on your TBR sorted any way you choose.
Read a book that takes place in a remote location (Scottish Highlands)

16. ❃ Read a book that takes place in the Southern hemisphere OR read a book with a character who is a scientist, doctor, pilot, or cook.

Adam by Ted Dekker
Read a book with a character who is a scientist, doctor, pilot, or cook [the main character is a doctor]

The Girl In The Ice (DCI Erika Foster, #1) by Robert Bryndza At Grave's End (Night Huntress, #3) by Jeaniene Frost Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivel Jacob T. Marley by R. William Bennett The Night Child by Anna Quinn Watch Me Disappear by Janelle Brown Carrie by Stephen King A Cold Day For Murder (Kate Shugak, #1) by Dana Stabenow White Bodies by Jane Robins Murder of Crows (The Others, #2) by Anne BishopBewitching (Kendra Chronicles #2) by Alex Flinn Burn Bright (Alpha & Omega, #5; Mercy Thompson World - Complete, #15) by Patricia Briggs A Very Gothic Christmas Two Novellas by Christine Feehan Blood Fury (Black Dagger Legacy, #3) by J.R. Ward Behind the Plaid (Highland Bound, #1) by Eliza Knight Adam by Ted Dekker
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