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Ten Of My Most Recent 5 Star Reviews

I haven’t had many 5 star reads this year, so I’ll just post the last 5 star reads that I’ve had; starting from the latest one til I get to 10.

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1. Marked in Flesh (The Others #4) by Anne Bishop

2. The Other Man (The Other Man #1) by D Breeze

3. Twisted Together (Monsters In The Dark #3) by Pepper Winters

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4. Forbidden Fix (Executive Toy #6) by Cleo Peitsche

5. Ruin and Rule (Pure Corrpution MC #1) by Pepper Winters

6. Daddy Knows Best by Vincent Drake

7. Vision In Silver (The Others #3) by Anne Bishop

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8. Second Debt (Indebted #3) By Pepper Winters

9. Naughty King (A Sexy Manhattan Fairytale #1) by Michelle A Valentine

10. Professor Cline Revealed (The Professor #1) by J M LaRocca


Hummm, I see some authors that have more than one entry there.



Top Ten Books On My Autumn 2016 TBR

I haven’t done one of these for a while. It seems like forever since this was a Top Ten Topic.

How I’m tracking so far with my seasonal TBR lists

  • Summer 2014/2015 ~ 2/10 (18 extra)
  • Autumn 2015 ~ 4/10 (15 extra)
  • Winter 2015 ~ 3/10 (25 extra)
  • Spring 2015 ~ 0/10 (10 extra)

I don’t think I’m getting any better at these lists. I make them and then find so many new books to read over the season that I forget about the ones I out on the list.So without further delay, below is a list of books I hope to read this autumn.

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1. Marked in Flesh (the others #4) by Anne Bishop (review)

2. The undercover playboy (captured by love #3) by Miranda P. Charles

3. Like (Social Media #2) by JA Huss

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4. Withering Hope by Layla Hagen

5. Crash Ride (Power Station #2) by T Gephart

6. Better With Sugar by Katrina Kirkpatrick

7. Sincerely, Carter by Whitney Gracia Williams

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8. Love, Life and Naughty Bits by Tania Cooper and Ricky Cooper

9. Satisfaction (Temptation #2) by KM Golland

10. Flow my tears, the policeman said by Phillip K Dick

And a space for all the other books I will read that are not on the above list (because it’s going to happen no matter what)


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Balls (Ball Games #1) by Andie M Long

Lassoing The Virgin Mail Order Bride by Alexa Riley

The Ambassador & Me (The Ambassador Trilogy #1) by Mia Villano


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Sincerely, Arizona (Sincerely Carter #1.5) by Whitney G

Mr and Mrs (An Alexa Riley Promise #1) by Alexa Riley

Rose’s Thorns (Happily Never Happened #2) by LeTeisha Newton


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Dirty Girl (Dirty Girl #1) by Meghan March

Thief (Breeding #3) by Alexa Riley

Cash Remington and the Missing Heiress (Sexy Dreadfuls #1) by Celia Aaron

{Review} Marked In Flesh (The Others #4)

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Marked In Flesh by Anne Bishop
The Others #4
Read March 2016
5 stars


For centuries, the Others and humans have lived side by side in uneasy peace. But when humankind oversteps its bounds, the Others will have to decide how much humanity they’re willing to tolerate—both within themselves and within their community…

Since the Others allied themselves with the cassandra sangue, the fragile yet powerful human blood prophets who were being exploited by their own kind, the delicate dynamic between humans and Others changed. Some, like Simon Wolfgard, wolf shifter and leader of the Lakeside Courtyard, and blood prophet Meg Corbyn, see the new, closer companionship as beneficial—both personally and practically.

But not everyone is convinced. A group of radical humans is seeking to usurp land through a series of violent attacks on the Others. What they don’t realize is that there are older and more dangerous forces than shifters and vampires protecting the land that belongs to the Others—and those forces are willing to do whatever is necessary to protect what is theirs…

Series Reading Order

#1 Written In Red ~ my review
#2 Murder of Crows ~ my review
#3 Vision in Silver ~ my review
#4 Marked in Flesh
#5 TBA


After the ending of the last book I couldn’t wait to get my paws on Marked In Flesh. The wait between books is just too long, but it was oh so worth it in the end. As soon as I started this book I was sucked back into the world of The Others and the human pack like no time had passed between the release of Vision In Silver and Marked In Flesh.

Anne Bishop really has a way with words and this story in no different. There is just something so captivating about the characters she creates and the world that she builds around them. As a reader, I feel as if I’m really there with the characters going through everything that they are going through at the same time.

Marked in Flesh starts out a little differently to the rest of the books in the series so far. There are a lot of POVs to consider and while it may be a little confusing as to who is say what and when, but it all makes sense the more you read. I loved reading about how different characters were reacting to the events around them. It really opened my eyes the world that Ms Bishop has created for The Others.

“We will give you some time to decide how much human the terra indigene will keep”

This books also focuses more heavily on The Others and Humans First and Last movement. The struggle between the two has hit an ultimate peak and the consequence from the actions of the HFL were felt by both sides when the Elders decided to take matters into their own hands.

After the way the last book ended I was really excited to see where Meg and Simon’s relationship would go. However with everything else that was going on, I felt that they had very little on page time together. I really wanted to see more of them. Just when I thought something major was going to happen and it didn’t, I think my heart gave out. You can do this to me. It is so unfair. I’m living for the next book. Please hurry I must find out what happens next.

PS. For some strange reason when I finished reading Marked in Flesh the first thing that came to mind was the song ‘Colours of the Wind’ from Disney’s Pocahontas. As strange as it may seem, there are lyrics in there that relate very well to this story.