Tag Archive: dysfunctional families

The Archived by Victoria Schwab

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I feel the need to make one thing clear: I have not finished this book. The publisher only made the first hundred-and-some-odd pages available to me as an ARC, so if you read… Continue reading

What’s the Big Deal?: Fifty Shades of Grey Live-Blogging Edition, Chapters 25-26

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This series has dragged on far too long (not the Fifty Shades series, but this blogging series, although it applies either way) and I’m ready to be finished. Who’s with me? All right,… Continue reading

Review: Wicked Nights by Gena Showalter

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We interrupt your regularly scheduled live blog to bring you a review of a new release from Gena Showalter, a leading lady of paranormal romance. I thought I had read Showalter’s work before,… Continue reading

What’s the Big Deal?: Fifty Shades of Grey Live-Blogging Edition, Chapters 2-4

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Last time on Fifty Shades of Grey, our heroine interviewed our hero in an office building. Nothing says sex and depravity like business suits and note-taking! What further naughty hijinks will ensue? To… Continue reading

The Undateable Undead: Part Two

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So, you made it through the Big Three and no warning bells sounded? Congratulations! Your modern-minded, commitment-ready vamp man who drinks sustainably and humanely sourced blood through a bendy straw just might be… Continue reading

Review: Cinder by Marissa Meyer

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Cinder (Lunar Chronicles #1) by Marissa Meyer Concept: 5 Writing: 3 Character Development: 4 World-Building: 3 Plot: 4 Pacing: 4 Ending: 4 Cover Art: 4 I am one of those women who hates… Continue reading