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Book Lovin' Mamas has reviewed 18 books this year.

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February Reviews
Fix Her Up by Tessa BaileyA Madness of Sunshine by Nalini SinghMalice by Pintip DunnHarry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling, Olly MossGlory in Death by J.D. RobbIgnite on Contact by Jaci BurtonArchangel's Storm by Nalini Singh
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Review: ‘The Demoness of Waking Dreams’ by Stephanie Chong

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Review: ‘The Demoness of Waking Dreams’ by Stephanie Chong

The Demoness of Waking Dreams

by Stephanie Chong
Series: The Company of Angels #2
Published by Mira Books on August 28th 2012
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 400
Format: eArc
Source: Netgalley, publisher
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five-stars

Brendan Clarkson and Luciana Rossetti are perfectly matched. Yin and yang. Angel and demon. Man and woman. But only one of them can win the battle of wills, of strength and of desire.


Review: ‘The Heart of a Killer’ by Jaci Burton

Review: ‘The Heart of a Killer’ by Jaci Burton

The Heart of a Killer

by Jaci Burton
Series: The Killer #1
Published by Mira Books on October 18th 2011
Genres: Romantic Suspense
Pages: 407
Format: eArc
Source: Netgalley, publisher
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three-half-stars

No one said coming home would be easy. But for Dante Renaldi, it's murder.
Before the Special Forces hero has even unpacked his bags from twelve years of active duty, he's embroiled in murder—corpses bearing the brutal trademark he's seen only once before—on the worst night of his life.
The last time Detective Anna Pallino saw Dante Renaldi, they were in love. Now, he's part of the connection to a string of fresh homicides and a horrible assault that Anna only survived thanks to him.
More than anything, Anna wants to trust Dante. But as the bodies and the coincidences stack up, Anna will have to decide, and fast: Is the man she owes her life to the very same one who wants her dead?


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