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Review: Vampires Need Not…Apply?

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Vampires Need Not...Apply?
Vampires Need Not…Apply? by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Hilariously captivating. This perfectly paced story will keep you on your toes laughing and guessing.

If you haven’t read this series, I advise you to get all the books so far. They’ll hook you from the start with Mimi’s accomplished witty and funny writing and each is unique in its own way.

If you’re up to date with the series, well doh! What are you waiting for?
Written from multiple points of view that give you a better scope of the story, the characters grab your attention with their quirky personalities while the plot twists and unravels in interesting and unpredictable ways that will not let you put it down.

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Review: Accidentally…Evil?

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AccidentallyEvil? by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
My rating: 5 of 5 stars  Buy it here:

Fast, funny, smart & sexy! I would promote the coining of this phrase or the use of the acronym FF&SS on behalf of Mimi and the Accidentally series.

In this short story Mimi includes all these qualities effortlessly while making us laugh, fan ourselves, fill in a few gaps from her overall Accidentally series and even manage to get out an OMG and WTF from us at the end.

If you’re a first time Mimi Pamfiloff reader and pick up this novella you need not worry about reading her other books first, but I strongly suggest you to at some point. This could be read as a stand alone novella, and rest assured you can expect more FF&SS from the rest of the series.

For the rest of us, we get to know the how’s and why’s behind the Evil in the series, but I personally wait impatiently for the next one.

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Review: Light in the Shadows

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Light in the Shadows
Light in the Shadows by A. Meredith Walters
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

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It was a beautiful conclusion to Clay and Maggie’s story. Everything played out perfectly, and they couldn’t have done thing better! Their relationship blossomed, grew and found the time to really become strong and heal.

Clay came a long way in such little time! I was so proud of him. I loved how Maggie didn’t give up on him, ever! No matter what, she was behind him 100% and that is real love.

My hatred for Clay’s parents was not diminished in any way, it actually grew stronger, so screw them. This book met every expectation I had and then some.

“Forgive. Such a small word. Only seven letters but they carried the weight of the world. Seven letters between me and the one thing I wanted most in my life.”

This book begins were the first one left off. Clay is at the clinic and Maggie is hime, lifting up the pieces of her battered heart. Clay needed more help than she could give him. She loves him with every fiber of her being, but she is also mad at him for shutting her out.

“My love for this beautifully broken, yet slowly healing boy, made me strong…. My soul belonged with him, was so entangled in him that I was no longer a single being.”

Tragedy sends Clay back to Davidson. He is not completely healed, but he is getting there, still he needs more. They see each other again and their world collides, again.

“It was like every time we were together. Our bodies orbited around each other as if pulled by an invisible force that we had no control over. I wanted this. And I wanted to run from it. I wanted to pull her in and never let go. And I wanted to push her away.”

“Seeing him again had only confirmed what my subconscious already knew. I would never move on from Clay. My soul belonged with him, was so entangled in him that I was no longer a single being.”

They end up together again despite everything. Maggie defies everyone again just to be with him, but her loved ones understand and let her make her own decisions. That is why I loved all the supporting characters. They were real and supportive, their friendship and love was something Maggie and Clay needed and they provide it. Even Maggie’s parents, I loved them since book one.

I also loved the dual POV, it helped me understand what was going on in Clay´s head. His feelings and the way he battled the demons inside, the self-loathing and his insecurities. This book had an endearing epilogue and everything clicked into place perfectly.

Thank you Ms. Walters for such a wonderful story. !!! I recommend these books huge!

“Over six years ago I met a girl who saved me. I didn’t realize at the time, mostly because her attitude pissed me off, that she would become the most important thing in my life. But then I got to know her and when I was drowning, she became my air. In the cold, she became my warmth. In the dark, she became my light.”

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Review: Sun God Seeks…Surrogate?

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Sun God Seeks…Surrogate?
Sun God Seeks…Surrogate? by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Gods run amuck, craziness ensues and we’re left hanging. What can one expect in between all of this? A funny, sexy, romantic all around amazingly great read!

Cliffhanges… not a big fan unless it’s a feeling I’m having on a Six Flags ride, which is exactly what you get in this third book of the Accidentally Yours Series. Yeap! A cliffhanger all rolled up in a bat-s***-funny story orchestrated by no other than our favorite aunty Cimil (whose name is hopefully in line for the next roller coaster ride somewhere).

I really liked Penelope’s quivering-with-want eggs and the rest of the set of characters in the series. In this book, we’re also introduced to more gods, their interesting personalities and a whopper of challenge they have to face.

Overall, I think Mimi has found a great balance between fun, romance and drama and has left us all eager to get our hands on the next volume in her series.

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Review: Accidentally Married to…A Vampire?

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Accidentally Married to...A Vampire?
Accidentally Married to…A Vampire? by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Mimi delivers a great sequel!

I tend to have my doubts about the second book in a series, especially if the first one is great (which is the case of Accidentally in love with a god), sometimes the subsequent ones have a tendency to be lacking.

In this second installment of Accidentally Yours, Miss Pamfiloff pulls off another great read. Even though I felt the lead characters in this book weren’t as funny as in the first one because there’s a little more drama going on, I completely fell in love with them, and the supporting characters. Because come on, who doesn’t love Cimil?

Overall I loved and laughed so much I got my week’s worth of ab exercise and didn’t have to go to my Zumba class!

Thanx Mimi!

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Review: Accidentally in Love with…A God?

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Accidentally in Love with...A God?
Accidentally in Love with…A God? by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


A look back at my very first review and a tribute to the author who inspired me to write them!

A great introduction to a new paranormal romance!

I really don’t do these because I think I’m terrible at them, so forgive me beforehand.

What I really noticed first about this book were the pre-hispanic mythological deities on the cover (Well doh! I’m Mexican!). But I really loved the book in general. It’s well written and developed. It’s funny and the characters lovable; it’s even kind of geeky with some Star Trek references(which suits me perfectly). It hurt my stomach and made a few heads turn when LOL reading Emma’s sense of humor, her internal dialogs and even the ones which weren’t totally by herself as well.

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Review: The Reluctant Dom

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The Reluctant Dom
The Reluctant Dom by Tymber Dalton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If you dare to read this, you can get it here
Be sure to have a box of tissues around.

It was a great journey and I loved how the book brought so many emotions out: I laughed a lot.. Seth was a total sweetheart and very very funny.. You truly fall in love with the characters and feel their happiness and heartache and everything else in between with them. I was a reluctant reader with the book, because from the general summary it’s not the type of usually read. But I’m glad I finally gave it a shot.

I fanned myself a lot…. I blushed a lot……… I fantasized a lot………. And I cried a lot…….. This book was Taboo with a cherry on top! And even though I’m not so into reading about this kind of relationship, it wasn’t overdone or extremely graphic or gross in any way! On the contrary, I so wished for a miracle so they could be together for more years!

The truth is… We need to embrace the fact that in this world, there are lots of people who live their lives differently and sometimes do things that we might not approve of or feel comfortable with, but in the end we are all searching for the same thing TO LIVE! AND TO BE HAPPY! TO BE LOVED!

We should embrace who we are and we should never fear to express what we really want in order to be happy. As long as we respect ourselves and others around us…..

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