The Mane Attraction by Shelly Laurenston

The Mane Attraction was another story that I disliked somewhat when I first read it, but this time around ended up really loving it. Sissy was a character that took some time to grow on me. I borderline disliked her because of how she bullied Jessie Ann when they were younger, but in reading The Mane... Continue Reading →

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The Martian by Andy Weir

When The Martian was recommended to me some weeks ago I didn’t know if I would be able to keep my promise to read it, science fiction isn’t really my thing, though there have been some stories that have been the exception. I never have all in out read a science fiction story that was... Continue Reading →

Hero in the Highlands by Suzanne Enoch

Hero in the Highlands was somewhat of a unique and well-rounded story, and in other parts it was not. Sadly, it took me closer to the end of Hero in the Highlands to start to even like one of the main characters (Fiona), but thankfully the conflict and supporting characters held my interest. Immediatley, when... Continue Reading →

White Tiger by Jennifer Ashley

It’s a bummer, but I was really expecting White Tiger to fulfill the expectations I had for it. I think it was the stoic attitude of Kendrick and the almost unorganized way that everything was taking place that contributed to White Tiger having crashed and burned for me. When reading about White Tiger I really got excited... Continue Reading →

Tiger Magic by Jennifer Ashley

I knew if I just kept working my way through this series that I would find a story that would leave me speechless, and Tiger Magic was that story. I have always had a weakness for tiger shifters. I don’t know if it’s because of the rarity that these type of shifters are featured or... Continue Reading →

The Mane Event by Shelly Laurenston

Christmas Pride When I first read this story I didn’t too much care for Mace, I was actually more interested in his best friend Smitty if I’m going to be totally honest. This go around, though, it was the way he fought for Dez (heroine) that made an impact on me and made me appreciate his... Continue Reading →

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