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eri.reads
Devouring Darkness | Chloe Neill
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Cortg
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This is a quiet, melancholy vampire story and so descriptive! You can close your eyes and just visualize ALL the details. I‘m glad I finally got around to this one and it was delightful on audio. I didn‘t realize it was written in the 70‘s and that it is the first in a series. I‘ll probably pick up the next at some point.
#Booked2023 ~ Gaslamp fantasy @alisiakae @Cinfhen @BarbaraTheBibliophage
#Pop23 ~ Mythical Creature

tpixie And a Tom Cruise Brad Pitt movie… 4h
BarbaraBB I still haven‘t read this one. 1h
Cinfhen I always thought this was a chunkster 🤷🏼‍♀️but I see it‘s not!! It think I might finally give it a go @BarbaraBB it‘s one of those iconic books 52m
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BekaReid
The Whispering Dark | Kelly Andrew
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Dark and lovely with an agonizingly good slow burn romance this was a deliciously haunting and atmospheric book. And nice to see disability representation in a protagonist.

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ravenlee
Magic Tides | Ilona Andrews
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I LOVED this dip back into Kate‘s world. This novella takes place several years after Magic Triumphs and Iron and Magic, but a few years before Blood Heir. Kate, Curran, and Conlan are settling into Wilmington and trying to lead a quiet life, but we all know that‘s not going to work. The only thing I disliked (ok, I wanted much much more) was that the pages of my copy were stuck together in several places and had to be torn apart. Frustrating.

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wildwoodreads
A Dowry of Blood | S. T. Gibson
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I was excited to read from Dracula‘s wife‘s perspective.But it definitely didn‘t give me what I‘d hoped for. The plot was almost nonexistent and the main character that was supposed to be Dracula could have been anyone. It didn‘t have any of the same feelings that Dracula had. Don‘t get me wrong. The prose is beautiful and atmospheric. There just wasn‘t any substance behind it.

wildwoodreads I have a lot to say about this one so check out my full review here: https://wildwoodreads.com/2023/02/06/a-dowry-of-blood-review/ 14h
jitteryjane724 Good to know! 14h
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eri.reads
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This was an excellent read! Can't wait to dive into the sequel.

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julesG
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Harry is sometimes brilliant and slow, just as always. Though due to the events at the end of "Changes" Harry has to work with a huge handicap this time.

#FabulousFebruary #readathon
#SeriesLove2023

@TheSpineView @Andrew65

tyoung2058 I really need to get back into this series. Loved them 21h
TheSpineView Harry is a great character. Excellent job! 19h
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Blueberry
The Winter People: A Novel | Jennifer McMahon
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BiblioLitten In the summer I was planning to read this the next winter. I should get to it but then I think oh winter‘s going to be here till May. 😅🇨🇦 18h
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Octoberwoman
Raziel | Kristina Douglas
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I‘m posting one book a day from my massive collection. No description, no reason for why I want to read it (some I‘ve had so long I don‘t even remember why!) Feel free to join in!

#ABookADay2023

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Laughterhp
Clean Sweep | Ilona Andrews
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Eh, didn‘t really care for this book. And probably won‘t continue with this series. It had an interesting premise, but it didn‘t really work out for me. I‘ll stick with other Ilona Andrews books.

Finished this one January as well.