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Published By: eXtasy Books

Author: Laura Tolomei
ISBN: 978-1-4874-2482-4
Publish Date: April 26, 2019
Series: Virtus #1
ISBN: 978-1-4874-2482-4
Page: 459
Word Count: 139610
Heat Level: 4 Flames
Categories: Fantasy, GLBT, Menage, Multiple Partners, Paranormal, Erotica


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“You... hem...” Taking a deep breath, she squeezed his hand. “You probably saw me around the stables.”

“Yeah...” No, it’s something more. Something you don’t want to tell me. “Probably.” Letting go of her hand, he reclined on his seat. “So what are you going to do? Where are you going to live?”

“I don’t know.” She folded her arms, a sign he interpreted as a refusal to talk about it. “I’ll worry about it tomorrow,” she added noncommittally. “Now, if you don’t mind, I’ll take you to your room.” Rising, she picked up the empty dish and went to the kitchen. “So I can check on my father for the rest of the night.”

“Of course.” He rose, ready to go. “I’m so tired nothing could keep me awake tonight.”

“I hope so.” After leaving everything in the sink, she clutched a couple of candles and blew …

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Review by LallaGatta – Apropos of Nothing by Woody Allen

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A truly honest insight!

As a fan of Mr. Allen's movies, I have grabbed his autobiography as soon as it came out, and I haven't been disappointed. This is no hollow celebration of a talented man, no sharpened axe to grind against anyone, no sterile retaliation against false accusations. This instead is the story of a life that has had it's ups and downs, the fond reflection of the work done, both the good and the bad, the vivid recollection of the people that have influenced his life and work, again in the good and the bad. There's respect for all the people he has worked or had dealings with, even those he says candidly he does not like. No histrionics, no blaring trumpets, it's an intimate retelling that touched me deeply.

In spite of what you might be led to believe, Mr. Allen isn't the only protagonist. His city, New York, features just as prominently as does the show business that has defined his life and work. His witty, fast-paced and brilliant style bring both alive, and for the whole duration of the book I have been immersed in another time and space. Like with sci-fi novels, except this …

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Review by LallaGatta – Above the Bay of Angels by Rhys Bowen

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Rich and vibrant, a real enjoyment!

Above the Bay of Angels: by Rhys Bowen is a great read. Written with an almost flawless style, I love the atmosphere Mrs. Bowen creates apparently without any effort yet with such historical precision that I felt like I was living right at the end of the 19th Century. London has never been more real than when I took the Bakerloo line with Bella 🙂

Although Queen Victoria in her old age is portrayed admirably, readers are drawn to the protagonist of this story. Isabella (Bella) Waverly's fall from grace, her having to become a servant when in fact educated and coming from a good family, is touching and deeply moving as is her grabbing at any opportunity in order to find a better albeit proper way of life. More than that, it explains her needs and her quest, framed as she is by the period she's living in and the many prejudiced against women.

The recipes are also incredible, so mouthwatering that more than once I have been tempted to bite the page they're written on. Good thing I read on Kindle, so the book has suffered no harm!

I definitely recommend this …

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