Author Archives: jlscaife

About jlscaife

30 something year old animal rescuer, aspiring writer, and all around geek

Consent by Charmaine Pauls Book Review

Consent is the second half of Charmaine Pauls’ Johannesburg underworld The Loan Shark Duology, which focuses on the complex relationship between Gabriel Louw, a powerful mafioso, and Valentina Haynes, the young woman who sells herself to him to pay off … Continue reading

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Fanbase Press Launches Fundraising Campaign to Benefit United For Puerto Rico and RAINN (November 3-9)

When Fanbase Press is not providing you with the latest in geek news and entertainment, the Fanbase Press staff hopes to offer our readers a variety of opportunities to give back to the community. We love reading comics, watching movies, … Continue reading

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Dubious by Charmaine Pauls Book Review

I don’t read a lot of contemporary romance/erotica simply because the escape into another time and place is as important as my enjoyment of the connection between people. However, when I saw that Charmaine Pauls’ The Loan Shark Duet took … Continue reading

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69 Million Things I Hate About You by Kira Archer Book Review

When Kiersten Abbott gets promoted to her boss’ main personal assistant after the previous one gets fired for wanting time off¬† to get married, she knows it’s going to be difficult. Cole Harrington expects his assistants to be at his … Continue reading

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The Krinar Experiment by Charmaine Pauls Novella Review

  It has become more common for authors to invite others to play in their sandbox and create original stories based on their worlds, especially in the romance community. Charmaine Paul’s <i>The Krinar Experiment</i> steps into Anna Zaires’ sci fi … Continue reading

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And now Patience is alone — Miki Scaife 5/8/2000 to 7/28/2017

Four months and eight days after I lost his sister, Miki gave me the sign that he was ready to join his original pack. He was a chow hound to the end even though he struggled to sit up and … Continue reading

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Tangled in Sin by Lavinia Kent Book Review

When Ruby/Madame Rouge left her brothel in the hands of her fallen half-sister Jasmine, she never could have imagined the new adventures it could bring. ¬†Madame Blanche may be inexperienced, but she is determined to create the best life for … Continue reading

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