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Tamlin's Tears

WELCOME TO TAMLIN'S TEARS!!! This is a club that's assoicated with admin instagrams Julea @https://www.instagram.com/bookinspo81/Kim @https://www.instagram.com/kim.loves.books.and.coffee/This Club will be meeting the first of every month!!! Time of the meeting will vary as we want as many members to join the meeting as possible! Admin's are always readily available for questions and will be posting Book of the month a week before the next month starts!!! Book recommendations are strongly appreciated and can be posted on the message board! Please comment on your progress and let us all know how you're doing! Everyone is welcome in this group and we can't wait to get spicy! For any questions or concerns please DM the admins, Julea and Kim on their Instagram! Or on this platform! Below are a lists of Genre's that will be implemented in the book selection process! Genre's included in this club consist of: RomanceEroticaFantasyFantasy RomanceFictionRomantic ComediesParanormal Romance
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#1 Indie Next Pick!
A Hall of Fame LibraryReads pick!
One of People's Best Books to Read in February

A dangerous alliance between a Vampyre bride and an Alpha Werewolf becomes a love deep enough to sink your teeth into in this new paranormal romance from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Love, Theoretically and The Love Hypothesis.

Misery Lark, the only daughter of the most powerful Vampyre councilman of the Southwest, is an outcast--again. Her days of living in anonymity among the Humans are over: she has been called upon to uphold a historic peacekeeping alliance between the Vampyres and their mortal enemies, the Weres, and she sees little choice but to surrender herself in the exchange--again...

Weres are ruthless and unpredictable, and their Alpha, Lowe Moreland, is no exception. He rules his pack with absolute authority, but not without justice. And, unlike the Vampyre Council, not without feeling. It's clear from the way he tracks Misery's every movement that he doesn't trust her. If only he knew how right he was....

Because Misery has her own reasons to agree to this marriage of convenience, reasons that have nothing to do with politics or alliances, and everything to do with the only thing she's ever cared about. And she is willing to do whatever it takes to get back what's hers, even if it means a life alone in Were territory...alone with the wolf.
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416 pages

Average rating: 7.7

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Cheech Wiley
Jun 14, 2024
4/10 stars
Listen, this book was good. It's slightly political, which i didn't know, but i liked it. Although im obsessed with this couple, the steamy parts made me a leeeeetle bit uncomfortable for one fact and if ykyk.
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YvetteF
Jun 12, 2024
8/10 stars
To be honest, I didn’t expect to like this one as much as I did. I admit I fell for all the hype over this author’s The Love Hypothesis. Guess I was in the minority who didn’t care for that particular book. Based on this previous experience, I went in with no expectation to like this one. Glad to admit that I was wrong. I adore paranormal stories and I enjoyed this one very much. Looks like this will become a series and I will say I’ll be all in if this comes to fruition.

Misery was such a great character.

I guess this proves that I shouldn’t have given up on this author based on a previous book that has NOTHING to do with this one. That’ll teach me!
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Coffee.on.the.pages
Jun 03, 2024
1/10 star
I really wanted to enjoy this book. I love vampires and werewolves and fantasy love stories. So I had such high hopes for this but in the end I had to force myself to finish it. Firstly the world building is so lazy. The city/region this takes place in is split into thirds, one belonging to the vampyres, one to the weres, and the last to humans. Other than a few incredibly basic pieces of info we dont get to explore any of these sectors. The book is confined to 3 buildings and that is pretty much it. There is zero exploration of the world. What we learn of how the world works is also nearly non-existent, all 3 species dont like each other. Okay but why? Is there trade between species? Or does each sector have to have its own separate farms, factories etc? Where do the vampyres get their blood? We know its human and humans donate it but it is also established that despite an alliance the humans and vampyres dont like each other so how is there enough humans just voluntarily donating it? Nothing is explained The story was incredibly predictiable in places and the bits that were a genuine mystery felt boring and were constantly pushed to the side only to spring up again briefly at the end. Misery as a character was awful, she was meant to be smart and educated but she couldnt tell if a child was 3 or 13?? Even though she herself was only 25 and from the age of 8 grew up around other children? It is just incredibly unbelievable. The constant swearing in front of a 6/7 year old as well was very off putting, i get she is meant to be not the most socially aware but still it was cringey. Its like she was trying to be edgy but just came off as rude. Misery also thinks of herself as a stonehearted bitch with little emotion when literally all she does is mope about her best friend. The romance made little sense, the characters barely had any chemistry it was like he gave her a speck of attention and she was ready to jump into bed with him. The smut scenes are truely were things got too awful to bear. I dont read smut often and this book reminded me why. It was awkward. Painfully so. It was Clumsy and not in a cute like real like way. By the end of every "spicy" scene I was throughly turned off. Also do not get me started on the knotting, I know there is many people who are into this and zero judgement to them but I am convinced even they wouldnt like the way Ali Hazelwood described it. She made it sound so incredibly boring, in the main scene of it happening afterwords they just kind of lie there for 30 minutes and Misery falls asleep until its done. Sorry but that doesnt sound like much fun. Overall I found this book a chore. I struggle to find a single redeming quality.
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BookishMish
May 30, 2024
8/10 stars
Did I, or did I knot eat this up? I did.
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Anonymous
May 17, 2024
6/10 stars
Usually I borrow a book from the library before I buy it, but Ali Hazelwood was a pretty good track record for me so I took the leap and purchased this book. I should have waited to borrow this from the library
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