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    Pulse by Gail McHugh

    Just like Collide, Pulse left me teared up, mad, and deeply in love with the words and characters Gail McHugh wrote. You can’t read one without the other, and thankfully we have a whole story wrapped in Collide and Pulse. [July 2013]

    Losing Hope by Colleen Hoover

    Holder has so much dedication, love, compassion, protectiveness, guilt, and life to tell about, that I can’t possibly recommend Losing Hope more or less than I recommend Hopeless. [5/5 stars]

    Wanderlust by Skye Warren

    The writing in Wanderlust is excellent and the story is unpredictable, which makes this a must-read for anyone who is comfortable reading morally questionable activities. [4.5/5 stars] ~Angie

    The Dark Prince by S.L. Jennings

    I was ruined by Dorian, but not in the good ways Gabriella was ruined (unfortunately). The Dark Prince is much more paranormal than Dark Light, which for the progression of the series, makes total sense. [5/5 stars]

    Dark Light by S.L. Jennings

    Though I don’t have any magical powers (that I admit to), nor do I have any conflicted feelings over two hunky men, I really felt like I could relate to Gabriella. I’m not new to paranormal romance, but if you are hesitant to read a book with mystical overtones, Dark Light is a good start. [5/5 stars]