Coming Up This Week July 1

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Howdy y’all, and Happy Sunday. Aunt Lynn here filling in for Wave as she’s off gambling the site away in Vegas, lucky girl. :)

This week should be fun.  Jordan Castillo Price is back on Thursday with a post entitled Hamburger vs. Steak (hmmmm…I wonder what that will be about).  Plus, Wednesday is July Fourth, so Americans will be cooking their asses off, both figuratively over their grills, and literally, if you live in the midwest or on the east coast where it’s pretty damn hot. And as usual we’ll have tons o’ reviews and daily book giveaways.

Let’s see, what happened over the weekend…Sammy reviewed What Doesn’t Kill You by Valentina Heart; Larissa reviewed The Wizard and the Werewolf by Amber Kell; Cryselle reviewed Felixitations by Roger M. Kean; Sirius reviewed Wolf’s-Own: Koan by Carole Cummings; Lloyd A. Meeker reviewed Cooper’s Hawk by Victor J. Banis; jeayci reviewed Loving Peter by Bonnie Dee; and Larissa reviewed Sentries 1: Marked Yours by Elizabeth Noble.

Free books this week:

Bound by Danger by S.E. Jakes – Samhain Publishing
Running Wild by Joely Sky
MORE by Sloan Parker
Love Means… Renewal by Andrew Grey – Dreamspinner Press
Bishie Sparkles by Karenna Colcroft – Dreamspinner Press
Beholding Beauty by Sam Singer – Dreamspinner Press
Lucius’ Bite by K-lee Klein – MLR

Reviews this week:

LadyM: The Auspicious Troubles of Chance by Charlie Cochet
Andrea: Emerald Fire by A. Catherine Noon & Rachel Wilder
Sammy: Still Waters by RJ Scott; Kaden’s Colors by Ryan Loveless
Jenre: Graceland by Ally Blue
Raine: Nobody’s Hero by Katey Hawthorne; Fox’s Folly by Teresa Noelle Roberts
Sirius: Bookended by Heidi Belleau; On the Trail to Moonlight Gulch by Shelter Sommerset
Jeayci: Loving Peter by Bonnie Dee
Larissa: Sex Rites by Brandon Fox; Sentries 1: Marked Yours by Elizabeth Noble
Feliz: The Night Shift by Missouri Dalton

I am going to try my darnedest to get something up on Friday, and if I do, it will be His Heart’s Obsession by Alex Beecroft. Should have done it last week, but you know how it goes sometimes…

For those of you living where it’s summer, stay cool.  Winter for you?  Stay warm.