Category Archives: novellas & short stories

Review: Stories of Your Life and others by Ted Chiang

Lovely Melfka mentioned this one on her blog and she posted photos of the author too as she was able to talk to him face to face – do visit and see all the goodies yourself! Thank you, my dear … Continue reading

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Review: Riding in Cars with Girls by Evangeline Jennings

I got a complimentary copy of this collection from the author (I guess) in exchange for an honest review. Unfortunately I’ve lost all the e-mails connected to it so if I twisted any of the facts a bit it is … Continue reading

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Rameau’s review archive: His Heart’s Obsession by Alex Beecroft

Synopsis: Kingston, Jamaica, 1752 Robert Hughes, a lieutenant–and rogue–in the British Royal Navy, is in love with his gorgeous fellow officer, Hal Morgan. Hal only has eyes for their captain–a man who’ll never share their inclinations. Night after night aboard … Continue reading

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Rameau’s review archive: Collared by Kari Gregg

Synopsis: Trans-Global IT director Connor Witt is a rare and prized anomaly: the aggression centers in his brain have been suppressed rather than stimulated by the mutated crops that so recently took over the world’s food supply. Bewildered by his … Continue reading

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Brianna’s Bewitching (Witches and Warlocks of Los Angeles) by Selene Grace Silver

Rameau’s note: We received review copies of Brianna’s Bewitching and The Binding of Adara from the author. I chose the novella because I like novellas. Synopsis: The Witches and Warlocks of Los Angeles series is a blend of paranormal and contemporary … Continue reading

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Rameau review archive: When I Say When by Tia Fielding

Synopsis: Jordan has his hands full running the publishing firm he saved from going under at the cost of his personal life. He doesn’t have time to date, but that’s not to say he doesn’t have needs. Instead of trying … Continue reading

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Rameau’s review archive: Tactical Strike (Bagram Special Ops 02) by Kaylea Cross

Synopsis: Gunship pilot Captain Candace Bradford has worked long and hard to earn her rank and position within the male-dominated world of Air Force Special Operations. She’s not about to let anything or anyone jeopardize that, let alone one sinfully … Continue reading

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Rameau’s review archive: A Kiss For Midwinter (Brothers Sinister 1.5) by Courtney Milan

Synopsis: Miss Lydia Charingford is always cheerful, and never more so than at Christmas time. But no matter how hard she smiles, she can’t forget the youthful mistake that could have ruined her reputation. Even though the worst of her … Continue reading

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Rameau’s review archive: What I Need by Theda Black

Synopsis: Jacob’s a damaged young man, trying to climb out of the pit and find what he needs to be happy. He meets a beautiful boy, Elijah, and falls hard for him. The problem is, Elijah’s a hooker. Does Jacob … Continue reading

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Review: The Darkling Thrush by Josh Lanyon

Synopsis: Nothing has gone right for Colin Bliss, a young American Librivenator, since he arrived to London as a part of an international exchange program. First, he was met by Magister Septimus Marx, his immediate superior, and failed to make … Continue reading

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