E-Originals from Banks, Harper, Robson, & West | Xpress Reviews

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A new paranormal cliff-hanger from Daisy Banks, a follow-up to Harper’s Secrets and Ink, Robson’s family drama tugs at the heartstrings, West’s new adult tale isn’t especially compelling

Fightin’ Words | African American Fiction (And More!)

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Urban fiction tales continue to be flush with serious insults that put rivals in their place. This month’s selections feature characters dispensing verbal beat downs with razor sharp tongues.

E-Originals from Danes, Davis, Lauren, Rand, Rosemoor, & Stewart | Xpress Reviews

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An interesting series title lead-up, a solid sense of setting from Davis, sweet and sexy erotica from Lauren, romance on the down-and-dirty side from Rand, and steamy romance and razor-sharp suspense from Rosemoor

E-Originals from Bachar, Barnard, Griffith, Moore, Rose, and Newcomer Skye | Xpress Reviews

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Bachar has a new “Cy’ren Rising”; Barnard continues to be “Blue”; a satisfyingly sigh-worthy love story from Moore; Rose knocks her latest baseball tale out of the park; and newcomer Skye’s blend of sf and romance changes 9/11

Fresh Voices in Fiction: Anderson, Carr, Freeman, Jackman, Lester, van den Berg, Yoerg, & Others | Debut Fiction, January 2015

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Freeman’s debut is thoroughly entertaining and highly recommended; Rider brings us convincingly into the life of a band on the road; van den Berg presents a frighteningly plausible near-future dystopia grounded in human elements; Yoerg’s debut leaves readers wanting more.

Allure, Brooks, Connor, Kincade, and the Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica | Erotica Reviews, January 2015

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We’re ringing in the New Year with a batch of erotica about new beginnings (though old acquaintances do pop up a fair few times).

Abercrombie, Charish’s Debut of the Month, Tregillis | SF/Fantasy Reviews, January 2015

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Abercrombie’s tough and determined heroine is a big draw, exotic settings and rollicking adventure from Charish, Tregillis presents a fascinating look at the nature of free will and the existence of the soul.

Sykes’s Debut of the Month, with Gates, Thomas, Eurocrime, and New Series Lineup | Mystery Reviews, January 2015

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Sykes adds an intricate and intriguing debut to the ever-widening pool of medieval-era mysteries; an unusual (and real) setting from Gates; Thomas does not disappoint; Neuhaus manages a large cast of characters while skillfully executing plot twists.

Q&A with Carlene Thompson | Sponsored

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Carlene Thompson’s latest, Can’t Find My Way Home, an intriguing suspense novel about family secrets and serial murders, is set to come out in February 2015 in the US. NOTE: This interview was sponsored by Severn House, and produced and published by LJ.

E-Originals from Boykin, LeCoeur, Maxfield, Porter, plus a Christmas Quartet | Xpress Reviews

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Tule Pub. adds to its canon with Christmas stories from Boykin and Porter, plus a quartet of tales about celebrating in the Big Apple; LeCoeur entrances with a historical Big Easy tale; and Maxfield’s characters leap off the page

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