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Unforgettable!

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Reviewed: 09-19-19

The Forgettable Miss French is the 3rd in Kristen Painter's Shadowvale series, and each book seems to be better than the last.
Ginny French is cursed. Like many people in Shadowvale, she has a curse to deal with, but this one is one of the worst. She's doomed to be forgotten as soon as anyone steps away from her. Imagine being the new girl in town.... for 10 years!
Werewolf Easy Grayle has problems of his own, he's a shifter who's abilities are "broken". He was struck by lightning and now he can't shift to his wolf, although he can do a few cute pups :-) The one perk of his problem is that he can remember Ginny!
Together the two of them need to put their heads together and figure out a way to solve both their problems. Falling in love is the easy part, can they remember it?

As good as the first!

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Reviewed: 08-11-19

The second book in the Shadowvale series doesn't disappoint! Constantin is known for being the grumpy, standoffish vampire who owns the town's bookstore. When Con (but NEVER Connie) opens one of his books, out pops Andi, who was cursed there by her sister. In order to break the curse and get back her wings (after all, what's a sprite without her wings?) Andi must get Con to fall in love with her. How hard could that be? Of course, nothing ever goes according to plan and Andi just might be catching feelings of her own.

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Another win for Kristen Painter

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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 06-04-19

In The Trouble With Witches, Kristen Painter introduces us to Shadowvale, a small town where everyone (including the town itself) has secrets. Deacon is the cursed town peacekeeper tasked with trying to talk new witch Emeranth out staying in town, but she has every reason to stay... including her attraction to the very hot Deacon.
This book doesn't disappoint, it has everything you want in a paranormal romance and leaves you wanting more. I can't wait to continue this series and learn more about the town and all of its inhabitants.

One of my favorite King books

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3 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 08-07-18

Eli Wallace does a wonderful job narrating the story, and the book itself is King at his best. The only reason I gave 3 stars as the “overall” rating is the production of the book. The music is ridiculous and detracts from the story, it also seems to be fairly random. Audible divided the book into “chapters” that aren’t the actual chapters and the whole thing gets pretty annoying.

A peachy flippin' keen book

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5 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed: 06-06-18

Molly Harper delivers her standard (and much loved) snark in the second novella in the Southern Eclectic series. Frankie is such a great character and I can't wait to hear more about her in Ain't She A Peach. Amanda Ronconi does a fantastic job of bringing all of the characters to life, I really just want to hang out with them :-)

King at his best

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5 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed: 06-06-18

The Outsider feels like King is back to his "glory days" of writing! I have to say that I've been slightly disappointed with some of his more recent books, but The Outsider reads more like It or The Dark Half. It's taut, creepy, and fantastic!

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Riordan never disappoints

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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 06-06-18

The continuation of Apollo's (aka Lester's) story will keep you on your toes throughout. There's lots of laughter, a bit of shock, and, I'm not gonna lie, a few tears.

I've been waiting for this story!

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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 06-06-18

What could be better than a reaper and a genie? A reaper, genie, and a ghost! I was so excited to finally get Lucien's story, and this book did not disappoint. If Imari could grant me one wish, it would be the ability to live in Nocturne Falls, at least part time. Kristen Painter's books are always worth a listeb, and this one is certainly no different.

How long until the second book??

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Reviewed: 02-03-18

I’ve been a Maureen Johnson fan for quite a while, especially her Shades of London series. Truly Devious is shaping up to be my new favorite series though, so I’m anxiously awaiting the second book in what I believe is a trilogy.

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Love the new series!

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Reviewed: 01-27-18

The dynamic duo of Molly Harper and Amanda Ronconi did it again! Jonathan Davis did a great job with Bael’s chapters and it was a nice change from the standard one voice narration.
I’ve never read or listened to a Molly Harper book that I didn’t thoroughly enjoy and How to Date Your Dragon was no exception. I’m looking forward to hearing more about Mystic Bayou and all its residents.

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