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Tag: kelley armstrong

Fantasy

Rituals

Rituals is the final book in Kelley Armstrong’s Cainsville series so this review may contain spoilers for the previous books. I loved the original premise of Cainsville and the first instalment, Omens, but this series has lost its way a little over the last few…

Fantasy

Betrayals

Betrayals is the fourth book in Kelley Armstrong’s Cainsville series and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous books. Olivia is drawn into an investigation when her boyfriend Ricky is linked to a series of murders. Murders he quite obviously has nothing to…

Thriller, Young Adult

The Masked Truth

Riley Vasquez and Max Cross each have their own problems but neither of them wants to be shipped off to a residential therapy camp. Events take a turn for the worse when three masked men break in, holding the teenagers hostage to extort money out…

Fantasy

Deceptions

Deceptions is the third book in the Cainsville series and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous books. Olivia’s ex-fiancé still won’t leave her be. As he continues to try to get between her and Gabriel, she’s still trying to get to the…

Fantasy, Short Stories

Led Astray

Led Astray is an anthology of work from Kelley Armstrong, most previously published in various places. The stories dip from the past through to the future, including some post-apocalyptic scenarios, one of which is set in a future affected by the goings on in the…

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Quickie Reviews

In a bid to reach my reading goal last year, I read quite a few shorter books, which probably don’t justify full reviews all to themselves. Or I’m being lazy… or maybe forgotten some of the details in the festive food haze. The Card Sharp…

5 Star, Fantasy

Visions

Visions is the second book in the Cainsville series and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous book, Omens. Olivia sees omens. With everything that’s happened since she moved to Cainsville, she doesn’t dismiss them as easily as she once would. When she…

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Hidden

Hidden is a novella in the Women of the Otherworld series and chronologically falls after Frostbitten. Therefore this review may contain character spoilers for previous books in the series. Elena and Clay want their very own family Christmas. They’ve rented a cabin in Canada and…

Crime Fiction, Thriller

Wild Justice

Wild Justice is the final instalment of the Nadia Stafford trilogy and therefore this review may contain spoilers for Exit Strategy and Made to Be Broken. Jack brings Nadia an offering, a file on the man who raped and killed her cousin and got away…