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Blue (Darkness Falls Book 3) by Ivory Quinn
I was lucky enough to get an ARC of Blue, and since he was my favourite bit of Redemption, I was eager to see what he’d been up to (and catch up with Noelle too, I suppose).

That massive lust-crush Blue developed on Red through Redemption hasn’t gone away, and he’s as protective as ever. I liked that Ivory Quinn moved the focus away from Noelle for this book, though of course she is still a main character. Noelle’s life had settled down for a while, but now there’s a film crew trying to make a documentary about BDSM! This adds another level of annoyance for everybody, because even though Noelle is keen to help people understand the realities of scenes and sessions, and the whole… Read more
Conversations with Spirits by E. O. Higgins
Conversations with Spirits by E. O. Higgins
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An excellent vintage, 1 Mar 2014
“You saw a medium?”
“Did she make contact?”
“My wife? Yes, once…” I replied, “with the aid of a Mrs. Trubshawe, when I visited her in her lodgings in Bow.”
“And what message did she have for you?”
“She advised me to pay Mrs. Trubshawe sixpence. And when I asked why her voice sounded so different, I was informed that in the afterlife everyone has a cockney accent.”
(Chapter II – The Redoubtable Harry Price)

I first read part of Conversations with Spirits on a website called jottify.com where I used to be a member. It’s a site for writers to post their work and get comments and if they have finished stuff they could put it up for sale for… Read more
Sage (The Last Ancient Book 1) by Rivka Spicer
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Itching for book two!, 25 Feb 2013
I read this book tonight in one sitting. I could not stop reading it.

Sage and her friends have the same problems as everyone else with the added hassle of being magic users in a world full of "norms". It is part Harry Potter, part Malory Towers and very easy to read.

The main characters are in their teens and I would recommend this book to people of a similar age and adults too! There is a bit of cheeky language and some teen lusting that might not be comfortable reading for anyone under fourteen but at twenty-six I had no problems with it!

I am totally hooked and cannot wait for book 2 because there are some mysteries to be resolved and there's more… Read more