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Jessica Raymond isn't in love with her ex-girlfriend anymore; she just hates to emotionally limp through the holidays. When a cute gray kitten shows up on her doorstep, Jessica panics. Finding sexy Veterinarian Dr. Chatting is actually pretty nice.

Did this sweet kitten show up to help them find each other? Or is the holiday spirit to blame for their special connection? By Sheri Lewis Wohl. Kate is delighted when Vi moves in next door. When dead bodies start turning up in forested recreational areas around Spokane, Vi and Kate must work together to find the killer before they end up the next targets. In the race for survival, they discover that love may be the biggest risk of all. I got caught up in the post-apocalyptic, dystopian future rather quickly. Why were these people being rounded up and driven who knows where?

Lots to keep you interested. I recommend this to anyone that likes to take a look into the possible future of this planet and its inhabitants. Reviewed by ScifiSlacker. There is an interesting challenge while engaging with this read. You must image the 'what if' in regard to life after global warming. You must imagine climate change. This read provides a glimpse of the earth with hurricanes, earthquakes, thunderstorms, and the impact on the human race as individuals try and survive to live another day.

This read begs the question, can and how do we go on as a human race. Well, not on this planet. Devin Rossi is sure she wants to be a part of this exciting new adventure. Karissa Decker on the other hand wants to stay behind and not only help her parents but use her talents to help others live another day. I enjoyed that differences in their personalities. Devin more extroverted and Karissa more introverted.

This read has you thinking what would you do? Would you stay or would you go? I like a read that makes me think. Reviewed by Kennedy O. Now this is my kind of book. I absolutely loved it from word one and was actually disappointed when I finished it. I'm kinda hoping there's going to be a sequel. It's just one of those stories you never want to end.

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I would personally love to know what happens next on both worlds. All I can say that in my opinion it is really worth reading. It's one of those books that you would be willing to read more than once. Reviewed by Jane Shambler. Apparently, the best time to find love is when you're dragged from your home for reasons unknown to you. The world building Willows has done in this story is incredible.

The dystopian setting is well researched and feels entirely plausible given the world's current climate. Devin immediately strikes you as the kind of person you'd want on your Apocalypse Team, but the book is full of strong women who have awesome skillsets and I kind of ended up fancying everyone in the book a little bit. You can always guarantee with any of Brey Willows' books to find a well-built world with smart, strong women who love and support each other through all kinds of scenarios.

If you're into women who love women, science, the environment, sustainable living, and dystopian fiction then this book will be right up your alley. Chosen didn't disappoint, and you won't regret giving it a read. Reviewed by Toni Wiltshire. I really enjoyed this book. By Jackie D and Others.

Hazel Abbot spent her whole life unaware she was a witch. Morgan compels Hazel, Sarah, and Raven to correct the shift in the realms of good and evil by ridding the world of the evil that followed Sarah into modern day. If they fail, the forces of white magic will be extinguished forever.

But completing the perilous mission, convincing Sarah to return to Puritan life, and resisting their growing attraction for each other might prove more difficult than Hazel and Raven ever anticipated. By Cass Sellars. Corporate entrepreneur Jess Ivan has everything she should ever want: a successful business, a home in the city, and a gorgeous woman on her arm. Romance is the last thing Skylar Addison has time for. But not everything is as it seems.


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What a great concept - all the gods and goddesses throughout the ages are still around, working out of an office building in LA, and dealing with how to remain relevant as humanity moves away from religion and belief towards science and reason. Each of these entities is dependent on belief and some are starting to fade as they fall from memory and worship.

Between the plot and the premise, I found this to be an extremely intriguing book.

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On top of an fascinating concept, Willows layers on the budding relationship between Alec and Selene and develops both the characters nicely while introducing a pretty large cast of supporting characters loved Alec's sister and Zeus. This is the first in a series, so not everything is settled but the some of the main plot points do wrap up so you won't necessarily be throwing the book across the room in frustration - but you will definitely be on the look out for the next one.

Reviewed by Megan Cooper. This is a paranormal read that's not like any other. The premise is unique with some intriguing ideas. The main character is witty, strong and interesting. The author's background as an editor shows - the book is very well written and the plot well developed. Reviewed by Melina Bickard. Is it just a massive coincidence that all three books I've read about women and ancient deities ended up on my favorites list, or do I simply have a fondness for such tales. More likely, I got lucky and really good authors wrote them. All three share a similar theme about ancient goddesses and gods facing a common dilemma in this modern age of reason and science--being forgotten by their worshippers, and worse, rejected by modern-day folk as pure mythology.

Each of the books have their own charm. Ibis had a rich historical and fantastical world, Coils was a rollicking Underworld adventure, and Fury's bridge--it has Selene.

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She may be an atheist by heart, but she's a firm believer of the live-and-let-live school, allowing people their own beliefs and superstitions. While accomplished, Selene never felt like she fit in socially anywhere--at home, in school or at work. So her universe is suddenly upended when she finds herself pursued by an otherworldly colleague and an atheist Youtube philosopher. Little does she know that she's gonna be caught between the forces of light and darkness--in a tug-of-war for the ages--that will determine the ultimate fate of mankind.

So her journey from mild-mannered, somewhat insecure, conformist college professor to whatever she is destined to be The "Afterlife Inc. Debut author Brey Willows has adorned this 'other world' with the trappings of modern society: a corporate setup, gleaming offices, gadgets, email, SUVs, etc. The ancient deities though, are still who they had always been, with their ancient powers and weapons intact I'd be surprised if they didn't get gadget envy, especially with our gizmos getting more powerful and sexier with every iteration. Thuderbolts and tridents are so I loved that the author did not shy away from the truly sticky questions And the trickiest of them all imho : why do bad things happen to good people?

There are also some serious philosophical discussions on the underlying theme of the book--whether religion is good or bad for humans.

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Not too much that I'd zone out, but enough to ground the book in reality and give it some gravitas. Overall though, most of the book is about Selene and how she deals with her life-changing situation. And that's why I've put the book on my favorites list, because these also happen to be the best parts of the book. Selene's character is so well-drawn.