A Vampire for Christmas by Laurie London, Michele Hauf, Caridad Piñeiro and Alexis Morgan

November 23rd, 2011 kimbacaffeinate Review 0 Comments

23rd Nov
A Vampire for Christmas by Laurie London, Michele Hauf, Caridad Piñeiro and Alexis Morgan

Doesn’t every girl want a Vampire under her Christmas tree? A Vampire for Christmas is an anthology containing very sexy, troubled vampires who meet woman during the holiday season. These paranormal romances were absolutely delightful and the perfect tales to get you in the holiday mood. I was thrilled that I enjoyed all four stories. I would have loved for two of them to be full length, but each was written well, and left me satisfied.

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Johnny Doesn’t Drink Champagne by Cody Young

November 20th, 2011 kimbacaffeinate Review 0 Comments

20th Nov
Johnny Doesn’t Drink Champagne by Cody Young

Johnny Doesn’t Drink Champagne is a YA time traveling novel complete with vampires. Author Cody Young delivers a delightful tale set in London’s present day and the year 1483. This was an enchanting, suspenseful, romantic tale that had me turning the pages to race to its conclusion. I liked the combination of historical information and fiction. I became completely immersed in the time period.

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The Evil Inside by Heather Graham

November 19th, 2011 kimbacaffeinate Review 0 Comments

19th Nov
The Evil Inside by Heather Graham

Evil Inside is the fourth novel in the Krewe of Hunters series by Heather Graham. All of the books in this series involve a special forensic unit of the FBI, which deals unofficially with the paranormal. If you enjoy paranormal romances steeped in mystery you are sure to love this series. All of the tales can be read as a standalone. Graham gives enough background to bring the reader up to speed, and each novel deals with one agent and their romance.

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The Secret of Lies by Barbara Forte Abate

November 12th, 2011 kimbacaffeinate Review 0 Comments

12th Nov
The Secret of Lies by Barbara Forte Abate

The Secret of Lies by Barbara Forte Abate has to be one of the best novels I have ever had the pleasure to read. I was shocked to learn this is Abate’s first published work. Her writing style brings to mind such authors as Harper Lee and John Steinbeck. She writes with such detail, bringing images to life with the stroke of her pen. In her debut novel, she delivers a touching tale about, love, innocence, betrayal, loss and lies.

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Bring Me Home for Christmas by Robyn Carr

November 10th, 2011 kimbacaffeinate Review 0 Comments

10th Nov
Bring Me Home for Christmas by Robyn Carr

As with any of Robyn Carr’s books I pre-ordered Bring Me Home for Christmas. The Virgin River series is one of my all time favorites. I have a fondness for it that can best be described as, “that warm fuzzy feeling you get when you slip into your favorite comfy jeans and snuggle up to the one you love on a cold lazy Sunday afternoon.” If Virgin Rivers was a real place, I would move there. The scenic beauty and the caring families who reside here have found a little slice of heaven on Earth.

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Here Comes Trouble by Erin Kern

November 8th, 2011 kimbacaffeinate Review 0 Comments

8th Nov
Here Comes Trouble by Erin Kern

Here Comes Trouble is the second book in Erin Kern’s Trouble series. Each book can be read as a standalone. This novel is a contemporary romance set in Wyoming. The novel does have some editing issues, but not enough to deter from the overall reading experience.

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