Week in Review – 16 July 2017

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Another week has gone by, how is this year flying by so quickly? Wow! So this week I got roped into joining a couple of fitness classes with my good friend Jen! She is super fit already being an archaeologist who spends all her time working outside digging in trenches! Despite my massive weight-loss and … Continue reading Week in Review – 16 July 2017

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#Review: Seduced by Moonlight by Laurell K. Hamilton @LKHamilton @TransworldBooks

Seduced By Moonlight - Laurell K. Hamilton

Description To some I am Meredith Gentry, P.I. To others I am Princess Merry, heir to the throne of Faerie. And there are those who whisper that I am both of these and more. My aunt, the Queen of Air and Darkness, no long distracted by her sadistic pastimes, now focusses unwaveringly on me. I … Continue reading #Review: Seduced by Moonlight by Laurell K. Hamilton @LKHamilton @TransworldBooks

Week in Review – 9 July 2017

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Well, it was great taking a week off, my holiday was a bit of a wash out, literally as the tent flooded and we had to come home but these things happen and I'm just glad that we got some time out and managed to get some day trips in. I've combined this update to … Continue reading Week in Review – 9 July 2017

Week in Review – 25 June 2017

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Well, what a glorious week! I have to say this weather really has brought out the best in me! I am sorry to all of you who turn into vampires and melt at the sight of the sun but I absolute adore this heat and the sun it's really quite wonderful and I haven't slept … Continue reading Week in Review – 25 June 2017

#Review: Nightseer by Laurell K. Hamilton @LKHamilton @AceRocBooks

Nightseer - Laurell K. Hamilton

Description Keleios was a child when her mother, Elwine the Gentle, was slain by the malevolent witch Harque. Now Keleios's prayers of avenging her death have finally been answered: she has been granted powers beyond anything she has ever known. But she has also acquired something else--the demonmark. As magical as it is terrifying, the … Continue reading #Review: Nightseer by Laurell K. Hamilton @LKHamilton @AceRocBooks