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Sunday, May 26, 2013


Wicked Lovely (Wicked Lovely, #1)Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I thought this was a good read. At first I was hesitant to read the book because I noticed a few reviews mentioned a love triangle in the book and I'm not very fond of those, buuuut I still decided to give it a chance and I'm so glad I did! I love that everyone gets their own H.E.A and felt connected to not just our main characters, but to all of them. This was a well written story and a nice beginning to a new series. Have I mentioned how much I LOVE the cover?!?  Totally caught my eye and is actually what helped me decide to give this series a chance.  Aislinn is one of the main characters. She can be fierce, smart, and intuitive, but can hold her own and is very powerful. Keenan, also known as the Summer King, is a very interesting character too. He spends centuries looking for his Summer Queen, ending many mortal lives in the process. He finally finds Aislinn and knows he has found the one, but nothing is ever as easy as it seems. He must try to win her over, get her to trust him, take the test, and hope she truly is the one who will help him gain his full powers. This was an intriguing book and I plan to read the next book in the series!

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Friday, May 24, 2013


Born To Darkness (Fighting Destiny, #1)Born To Darkness by Suzanne Brockmann
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was awesome! I loved everything about it! It has an interesting concept and great characters. It's about a group of people known as greater thans that can access more of their brain than the average 20%. Their integration level is between 50- 72% which means they have cool talents such as: telekinesis, they can heal themselves, read minds, pick up on others emotion, bend medal, and so much more! They are trying to take out this powerful and dangerous drug known as Destiny. I LOVE Shane! He's sexy, smart, romantic, fierce, && and a former NAVY Seal. Doesn't get much hotter than that right? (; Mac is exactly how a heroine should be. Strong, smart, independent, beautiful, and a little mysterious. There's so much in this book and I loved reading every single page, I wish there was more! I highly recommend this book and personally plan to keep an eye out for more books in this series.

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Betrayal (The Transformed, #2)Betrayal by Stacy Claflin
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I was really looking forward to reading this book, but I gotta say I liked the first one better. I still really enjoyed this book, but I didn't like how Alexis has changed in this one. She seems a bit stuck up to me now. She seems to think she is better than everyone and is VERY stubborn. She yells and complains that no one will help her or tell her things, but when they try to she doesn't listen and would rather go out and learn them on her own. Tanner and Clara are my favorite characters so far. Alexis and Clara are more like sisters than cousins. She is the only one Alexis will actually listen to and accept guidance from. There were a few surprises I didn't see coming in this book and overall I am happy with this book.

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Saturday, May 11, 2013

* Review & Spotlight*

My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I have some good and bad feelings about the book. I'll start with the bad first. This book was very fast paced. I would have enjoyed it more if the author would have slowed things down a bit. For two months the lead character is sad and almost depressed, then she goes to a ball and within two minutes everything in the world is great?? I also wasn't a fan for the ending. I totally understand why author's use cliff hangers, but this just left me with more questions and than answers. Pretty frustrating! Now that the bad things are out of the way, I will say that I thought the concept was very interesting. I couldn't stop thinking about Roger and Jack. I love that each vampire has a were protector! I do hope our lady gets her H.E.A soon, I think she deserves it after everything she goes through!

“Do you believe in things that go bump in the night?”

At only a few hours old, Angela is left on the steps of St Paul’s church. Alone in the world, the only link she has to her past is a pink blanket bearing an emblem with two crossed swords and a snake.
A troubled childhood spent in orphanages leads to Angela attempting to rebuild her shattered life as an adult. Meeting the priest who found her eighteen years previously, she gets a job and a boyfriend, and settles into her new life.
Until she meets Jack.
Drawn to her new boss, she throws herself into work, feeling an unusual bond with people she hasn’t known very long.
Angela becomes embroiled in this new life, feeling a change within herself. A change which isn’t altogether human. Within this change she finds a terrifying secret…a secret which involves her past, her present, and definitely her future…

-Author Bio-
I was born in Chatham, Kent in 1970. I now live in Yorkshire with my daughter and our five mad cats.
My first memories of any book would have been my mother reading The Enormous Turnip. It must have driven her mad, as it was always our first choice when asked what we should read tonight.
I grew up with the classics; Little Women, The Railway Children, but it would have been The House That Died and Bluebeard that I remember wanting to read.

I can remember writing a verse for the school song, and being chosen as a winner for what was then 3rd year juniors. I stopped reading so much in my late teens to my mid twenties. Life seemed to always be too busy for that pile of books I so wanted to read. It was when I went into hospital to have my daughter, that I had time to read again--and thankfully I haven’t stopped since.

However, it wasn’t until my late twenties that I realised I wanted to write. I have spent a few years trying to complete an online creative writer’s course; without much success, but it led me to what I am writing now. So never give up if you really want to write!

I am very influenced by Fantasy fiction / Horror, most of the books I read are in this genre. I have many Authors I like to follow; Anne Rice was very influential in the beginning. I also discovered Laurel K Hamilton and many, many more. I could go on about different Authors I like to read. However, I will say that this year I have also discovered there are literally, well, probably thousands of very talented Indie Authors out there. And a very welcoming and friendly bunch they are too, but I digress--yes, I get very excited about the subject of books!
I have finished my first novel called Welcome To The Family, which will be published April 29th 2013. I also have other novels in the pipeline, Nikki’s Revenge and Protecting The Family, due out later in the year.

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Friday, May 10, 2013


Cry Wolf (Alpha & Omega, #1)Cry Wolf by Patricia Briggs
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I had a lot of expectation for this book, but felt let down. I love the cover and the story line sounded so good, but I just feel like the relationships were poorly developed in this book. Don't get me wrong, I don't hate it or anything, the fight scenes were awesome and it was very detailed, but I wanted to know more about Charles and Anna. She was very different from other heroines you normally read about. She is very shy, unsure of herself, and easily frightened. The wolf helps her gain confidence, stay sane in tough situations, and feel more comfortable around people. I liked this book, but wish the author would have let us get to know more about the couple and express just how much they feel for each other. I get that their wolves decided that they are mates when they first came across each other, but there is more to a relationship than just that.

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Wednesday, May 1, 2013

New Release!

I am pleased to announce this new release! I LOVE Mimi's Accidentally Yours series. Her books have the perfect blend of: comedy, sexiness, action, and great characters! Highly recommend you add this series to your TBR list (:

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The God of Male Virility Has Never Had a Date . . . Until Now

"Make no mistake, I am not the sort of god who enjoys playing games. When I return, you will tell me everything-who and what you are-then we shall spend the evening making love.
When Maggie O'Hare hears those words she thinks she's lost her mind. 

One minute she was traipsing around the Mayan jungle looking for her father's excavation site; the next she's accused of being immortal by a guy who swears he's a god. And as for the making love part . . . well, the fact that it sounds like a very good idea is a sure sign she's gone mad. But this guy who calls himself the God of Virility-he's superhot. And every time he touches her, something crazy happens.

Backlum Chaam has waited seventy thousand years to meet the woman Fate has chosen for him, and now that she's here, he can't believe his luck. Maggie is brilliant and gorgeous and everything he could have dreamed of . . . except that she insists she's human. But Chaam knows that's impossible-a god could never love a human. And if he seduces one, their passion could have the power to destroy mankind . . .