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A Hacked-Up Holiday Massacre
Shane McKenzie, Bentley Little, Jack Ketchum, Joe R. Lansdale, Nate Southard, Wrath James White, Lee Thompson, Lesley Conner, Emma Ennis, Marie Green, Boyd E. Harris, Kirk Jones, Matt Kurtz, Steve Lowe, John McNee, Elle Richeld, Ty Schwamberger, Patrick Shand, Elias Siqu
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Lynsay Sands
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Kate Douglas
The Master Undone: An Inside Out Novella
Lisa Renee Jones
Katy Evans
Crash Into Me
K.M. Scott
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To Stand Beside Her - B. Kristin McMichael This book was part of a blog tour I received a copy for my honest reviewLeila is a courier with a lot of friends and a ton of enemies, she can take care of herself and manages to get out of sticky situations. When a friend of Leila's gets captured and Leila is captured herself trying to free her, Leila agrees to marry the king Nalick to free them both. This was an interesting book, the hero Nalick is surprisingly tender and the things he says and does to show Leila how much he cares for her are really sweet. The plot line was original and interesting, the book overall was good it just needs a little fine tunning. I like that the author was going for multiple points of view, but I think that it was to much to often. The transitions between were not as smooth as they should have been and a few times it took me a couple paragraphs to find out what was going on. I also don't understand why everyone was so infatuated with Leila, yes she was great and yada, yada, but really why? There were also some grammar and spelling issues in this book but it's not so distracting that I had to put the book down but a little more editing would help. Despite those complaints this was an enjoyable read, the story itself is a good one and you can tell that the author is talented with words.