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  • Lions and Tigers and Snares on June 29, 2011
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    This is a great way to be introduced to an author you might not have tried before. It is a novella, longer than a story, but not as long as a novel. Usually being a novella limits character development and storyline, this book is a nice change from that. The story is believable and the action is hot, but the end of the book is the best as it leaves you wondering if perhaps there is a sequel to this book. I just found it and am ordering it today.
  • Nabbed! (Flaming Hot Erotic Gay BDSM) on July 09, 2011
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    Revenge on the bully, always a great premise for a story is interestingly explored here. The story line is not deeply developed but that is not the point of this particular book. Well worth the price.
  • Nabbed Again! (Flaming Hot Erotic Gay BDSM) on July 09, 2011
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    Revenge on the revenge of the bully. A new twist on an old story idea, definitely worth a read.
  • Hour of the Lion (The Wild Hunt Legacy 1) on July 09, 2011
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    Another winner from Cherise Sinclair! I always watch for her books, she's a solid writer that I can depend on to turn out well-written stories. This is another well-written story. I stayed up wwwaaaayyyyy too late reading it so I could finish it, I never could find a place I could make myself put it down. It is a longer novel too, hard to find in the ebook world. It is well worth the price and the time to read it.
  • Soldier Boy on July 09, 2011
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    JM Snyder is right, this book doesn't have a happily ever after ending, but it is one of the best of her stories I've read - and I've read a lot of her stories. Any of us who have been around long enough to see the cycle of any war can identify with the emotions of the story, it's a worthy read.
  • Retribution Time on July 09, 2011
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    This is a great introduction to this author. It's a well-written story idea with a real twist at the end. I'll be looking for more from this direction.
  • So and Sew on July 24, 2011
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    This story is a great introduction to this author. It is creatively written and is a theme many of us can appreciate.
  • The Wild Side on July 29, 2011
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    This was a good story. I admit I like a wide variety of story types so I can't pick apart the feasability of a feline pride disease, as I've seen reviewers do on other books. I look for: 1) was the story interesting; 2) were the characters believable - and that said, they don't always have to react like I do - sometimes I don't even react like I do, but I digress; 3) did it end with me saying that was good, I hope there is a sequel, or what else did that author write. I finished this book doing all three. It's worth the time to read and definitely worth the price.
  • Scoundrel on July 29, 2011
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    Thoroughly enjoyed this book. There is a companion book that tells her sister's story, it's worth looking for. I enjoyed this book and the author's writing style enough to search out several other of her books. That is really how I judge if a book was good, if it is worth adding the author's name to my "look for" list. She tells a good story and the book and characters are well developed. This book is well worth the time to read and the price of the book.
  • Up My Alley: Gay Erotica on July 29, 2011
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    I rarely completely pan a book, but I was unimpressed with the stories or the writing. It was like a fill in the blank workbook to write a book. I would not recommend.
  • Rent Boy in a Burqa on July 29, 2011
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    Read the description and don't buy the book if the subject matter would disturb you. That said, it is a pretty good book with an ok story line and some interesting action.