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Adult Book Review: Beauty's Beast by Amanda Ashley

"A rutting beast you were, a beast you will become. Not all at once, my selfish one. Day by day, the change will come upon you, until you have suffered for every tear my daughter wept, for every drop of blood she shed this day."

Erik Trevayne is called the Demon Lord of Hawksbridge Castle for good reason. He is cursed by a witch to slowly turn into a "rutting beast." As he slowly loses himself to the curse and his humanity is slowly replaced by the very animal he is cursed to become, Erik decides that the curse may destroy him, but it can't take away his once secret longing, a family, a son to leave his legacy to. Donning mask and gloves to hide his changing appearance he seeks a bride from the only place left that a woman might agree to marry him-the gallows. Erik takes to bride Kristine in hopes of fathering a heir before madness and the curse takes him over completely. Once a loved husband, he lost his wife and son as childbirth took them both away and left him only with the dreaded curse placed on him by his wife's mother, the Witch of Cummerian Crag.

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Adult Book Review: Bite Me, I'm Yours by Stacy McKitrick

Bite Me, I'm Yours by Stacy McKitrick feels much like a contemporary romance would, with the exception that it has a light touch of paranormal feel to it thanks to a hunky, bartender who also just happens to be a vampire as well. The cover immediately drew me with its kissing couple and its fun title for sure.  The author Stacy McKitrick is new to me, and I was hoping for a paranormal romance with strong and exciting characters all wrapped-up in a fun and contemporary setting. Overall, it was entertaining read, although different that I had originally anticipated.

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Book Review: Some Like It Wicked by Alexandra Ivy

Before Alexandra Ivy started writing paranormal romance, she wrote historical romance novels as Deborah Raleigh. I came across this recently re-released book and couldn't resist taking a look. As you can imagine that vibrant red cover caught my eye!  I've enjoyed Alexandra Ivy's paranormal romances, and thought I'd give her historical novel a try. I was surprised to find out that this was originally published back 2005 by Zebra, but it still had all the charm of a Regency that I craved plus a fun and sensuous romance. 

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