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Monday, September 16, 2013

Cover Reveal!

Here's the first look at Jocelyn Stover's second book in the Wanderer series! (: 

“Time...such a cruel mistress of fate. What we do with ours can either enrich our lives or destroy them, and we mortals never seem to have enough. The right time, our time, was too little and over much too quickly.”

When Gwen turns her back on a set of smoldering amber eyes in favor of a crystal blue pair, her plan is to sever all ties with the Wanderers. Her goodbye is short lived; however, when the investigation into Preston-Ward Pharmaceuticals reveals a powerful sylph has escaped. When Gwen is drawn back into the Wanderer brotherhood for her own protection she discovers she can no longer bury her feelings for Kade or ignore the growing gulf between her and Ben. As the unrelenting hunt for their ancient enemy heats up, Gwen’s attempt to straddle two worlds becomes tedious. She must choose, but when nephilim mysteriously begin to disappear her time may be up.


Review and Spotlight

Out of ReachOut of Reach by Jocelyn Stover
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I was given this book for an honest review and was pretty happy with it. The book has a pretty cover, which is a must for me. If a book doesn't have an eye catching cover, I won't even give it a chance. I felt like the story was a little slow paced in the beginning, but it eventually picks up in the middle. I really liked the fact that it's not in just one p.o.v., but two. It helped me understand the characters a little more and it's not something you find in a lot of books. I was a little conflicted between Gwen and her husband vs. Gwen and Kade. I wanted her to stay faithful to her marriage, but at the same time you realize she is better with Kade and that they are meant to be together. Neither one would make a move and now it's too late. This book was different than books I've read in the past.. in a good way. I liked the characters and the story line. Gwen isn't a super model ass kicking woman like you usually read about. She has flaming red hair, bad temper, super smart, and is powerful, just not in the knife throwing way. I enjoyed reading this book and am glad to have had the opportunity to review it.

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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Book Review

The Collector (Dante Walker, #1)The Collector by Victoria Scott
My rating: 1 of 5 stars

I REALLY hate writing bad reviews, but I must be honest. This was possibly one of the worst book I've ever read, I actually didn't even finish reading it because Dante had me so ticked off. He in an asshole. Period. I don't see how the author expects us to really believe that the two main characters can have a romantic relationship. He talks about how ugly she is and how she needs to wear braces. He scrutinizes EVERYTHING about her. She is took skinny, ugly hair, bad skin, etc. I just kept shaking my head while I was reading this. I got to the part where he puts her in a dress and considers her "passable". Really?! I just.. ugh. I will not be recommending this book to anyone.

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He makes good girls...bad.

Dante Walker is flippin’ awesome, and he knows it. His good looks, killer charm, and stellar confidence have made him one of hell’s best—a soul collector. His job is simple: weed through humanity and label those round rears with a big red good or bad stamp. Old Saint Nick gets the good guys, and he gets the fun ones. Bag-and-tag.

Sealing souls is nothing personal. Dante’s an equal-opportunity collector and doesn't want it any other way. But he’ll have to adjust, because Boss Man has given him a new assignment: Collect Charlie Cooper’s soul within ten days.

Dante doesn't know why Boss Man wants Charlie, nor does he care. This assignment means only one thing to him, and that’s a permanent ticket out of hell. But after Dante meets the quirky Nerd Alert chick he’s come to collect, he realizes this assignment will test his abilities as a collector…and uncover emotions deeply buried.

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Sweet Evil (The Sweet Trilogy, #1)Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This book was pretty interesting. I really liked the two main characters and the relationship they have. The concept was different and I felt like everything seemed to flow pretty nicely. There are angels,demons,and nephilim. They can read emotions and each nephilim has a "job to do". I gave this book only 3 stars because as much as I enjoyed it, I still felt like there was something missing. Maybe it'll pick up speed in the second book, but things moved a little too slow for me in this first one. I want to mention the cover.. it's very eye catching and I love it. I recommend this book to anyone looking for an interesting YA read.

Favorite quotes: "Could you resist a drug if I repeatedly placed it on the tip of your tongue, Ann? Could you? We're playing with fire!"

"I wish, just once, that I could see your colors," I whispered.
"Well, I'm glad you can't. And I wish I'd never seen yours."
He'd been right when he said the truth could hurt far worse than any lie.

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What if there were teens whose lives literally depended on being bad influences?
This is the reality for sons and daughters of fallen angels.

Tenderhearted Southern girl Anna Whitt was born with the sixth sense to see and feel emotions of other people. She's aware of a struggle within herself, an inexplicable pull toward danger, but it isn't until she turns sixteen and meets the alluring Kaidan Rowe that she discovers her terrifying heritage and her willpower is put to the test. He's the boy your daddy warned you about. If only someone had warned Anna.

Forced to face her destiny, will Anna embrace her halo or her horns?