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Pauline Baird Jones, Author of Found Girl – Guest Post July 20, 2017

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I am very excited today!  A favorite author talking about a favorite series.  Specifically, Pauline Baird Jones talking about the newest book in her Project Enterprise series – Found Girl.  I love her quirky sense of humor.  [Hmm.  That reminds me.  I hope she behaves.]

Welcome Pauline!

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I’d like to thank Riley for inviting me to her blog!

[Looks around for a comfy place to sit and gets distracted by all the books…]

Oh, right, sorry. But she does have some great looking books lying around. I don’t suppose I can just read one?

No.

Okay, I’ll be good.

(Small confession here. I started writing way, way, way back in—well, that’s not relevant. I started writing books because it forced me to “read” slower when I had the write the whole book. I must say, it does really slow you down having to type ALL THE WORDS. Shouldn’t…

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Breeder Trilogy by Cara Bristol – Guest Post July 18, 2017

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I am pleased to have Cara Bristol here today to introduce us to her Breeder series, which is being released over the summer.  Having read book 1 (review here), I am happy to recommend this series!

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By Cara Bristol

Breeder is a dark science fiction romance set in a world where love is viewed as weakness and ruthlessly stamped out. Culture and law (called “Protocol” in the books) enforce a caste system, decreeing men to be the natural, rightful rulers and women to be breeding slaves.

In this harsh, brutal misogynistic culture, one man and one woman violate all the rules by falling in love. Their forbidden love sets off a chain reaction that begins to unravel their world.

Each book of Breeder trilogy is a stand-alone romance between a different hero and heroine who find their HEA by the end of the book. There are no…

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Newborn by Edward Hoornaert – Review July 13, 2017

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Review of Newborn

And now for something completely different! For some reason, the word ‘romp’ comes to mind after I read Newborn. The dictionary defines romp as “a spell of rough, energetic play” and yeah, that sort of fits! If you’ve read any of the other books in the Alien Contact for Idiots universe, you’ll know what I mean. And if you have not read at least the first book is that series, you will find some spoilers here.

When I first picked up Newborn, I didn’t realize it was part of the Alien Contact for Idiots series. As I was reading, I kept seeing names for people and places and thinking, why do these sound familiar when I know I haven’t read this book! It finally struck me, doh! While Newborn can be read standalone, there is definitely some background that will…

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