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We all have different hobbies in life but my absolute favorite thing to do is pick up a book. This blog is dedicated to all of my ramblings. 

Dawn's 2013-books book montage

Deadly Desire
Mark of the Demon
The Hour of Dust and Ashes
Fate's Edge
Changeling Moon
A Kingdom of Dreams
Kiss of Pride
Thief of Shadows
Grave Memory
Archangel's Storm
The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business
A Kiss Before the Apocalypse
Frost Burned
Touch of the Demon
Summoning the Night
The End of the Affair
A Blood Seduction
A Werewolf in Manhattan
Last Kiss Goodnight
The Chief

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Review for Avenger's Heat

Avenger's Heat - Katie Reus

Avenger’s Heat by Katie Reus is the fourth book in the Moon Shifter series. This book is about Erin and Noah. Erin has been training to become an Enforcer and Jace has decided it is time for her to go on her first mission to New Orleans where pregnant shifters are going missing. However Erin is not going alone, she is taking Noah with her.  This mission will not be easy, Noah has to confront his family and his past, Erin has to confront her past, they both have to figure out their relationship and in the middle of it all they need to get to the bottom of what has been happening to the pregnant shifters.


This story builds on the previous stories so it should really be read in order. I did enjoy watching the relationship between Erin and Noah fall into place. Even though the story takes place away from the pack there I did not really miss them. The story felt just as complete, there was some pretty good suspense, action and of course romance.


What drove me crazy about this book was the writing, not like plot or character development but just some of the mechanics. Like she is New Orleans for a day and already she is talking about good progress…Huh?? Or there are statements like “back then it would have been different” but back then was a year ago what was so different about the enforcer rules then?


Still the book was enjoyable but I did a lot of eye rolling and for that it made the book ok and not great.