No More Bloody Guilt

June 20, 2016

Review of Blood Moon by Angela Roquet

by Katie Rose Guest Pryal       Reviewer Rating: 4.5 Stars      

Blood Moon was a very enjoyable novella. The main character’s past pain that still haunts her is believable, and the anger that she incited against her with her actions are believable as well. Stories can live and die by their backstories, and hers is strong. The plot moves along at a good clip, readers will find themselves eager to return to it.

Guilt: The Most Useless Emotion of All

by Renee Miller            

Throw away the guilt, because there is only one person whose happiness you can control.

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One Smoking Hot Fairy Tail by Kevin James Breaux

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The Nialhaus Proxy by Patrick Wayland
Drake and the Fliers by Allison Maruska
Daddy Dearest by Paul Southern
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