Tuesday, 20 February 2018

Review: Appalachian Abduction by Debbie Herbert 5 of 5 stars

Appalachian Abduction Appalachian Abduction by Debbie Herbert
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Charlotte Helms is on a mission to rescue her best friend's daughter and she is happy to risk suspension and her career to find her and rescue her. James Tedder is a war veteran turned small town cop who he discovers and pulls a gun on him. Whilst he admires her when he is forced to be her partner trying to crack the child trafficking ring can her trust her to have his back let alone look after his heart?

This is a great development in the Appalachian world that this author has created where a surprising serious crime is right under their noses. There was just so much drama and danger wrapped with twists and turns as a sweet love story developed around the plot of this book. I really liked the way the story developed and how it progressed towards a grand finale at the end. Well written and very enjoyable.

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Review: Flint by A.K. Michaels 5 of 5 stars

Flint Flint by A.K. Michaels
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Flint is the bodyguard for his friend Victor but when Victor finds his bloodmate and sets off on honeymoon Flint is pushed to go on a holiday to Scotland but when he gets a strange feeling when flying over Edinburgh Castle he finds he is in danger of losing control for blood from mortals so seeks out the Mystique nightclub to try and sate his blood thirst. However he is shocked when he encounters Kenzie McBride and saves her from attack only to have a villain and his people bent on getting her back. However Kenzie is beautiful, injured and shockingly his Bloodmate so he will fight to the death to keep her safe from anyone and anything.

Wow - drama, danger and lots of action in this story of how Flint met his bloodmate Kenzie. Not so much romance in this story but it was all danger and doing what vampires and werewolves do best. I love the way the characters from previous stories are woven into this story so that you already knew the people in this one. Well written and I could feel the frustration and anger being felt by Flint through all of the drama.

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Sunday, 18 February 2018

Review: Breathe by K.E. Osborn 5 of 5 stars

Breathe Breathe by K.E. Osborn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

When Kaden agreed to go on tour with Luminous he had no idea he would meet someone like Effa who is as necessary n his life as breathing. However one catastrophe after another dogs him and he wonders if there is any way to find the HEA he is living for.

Wow - deep intense thoughts and feelings in this second book in the series. I felt as if I ware living through everything with them. At times I wanted to slap Kaden, but then there were many times I wanted to hug him. Lots of drama, danger and intensity in this story that is addictive and will not let you down with the time investment in reading it.

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Saturday, 17 February 2018

Review: Order of the Regent: a Reverse Harem Fantasy Romance by Jasmine Walt by Melle Amade 5 of 5 stars

Order of the Regent: a Reverse Harem Fantasy Romance Order of the Regent: a Reverse Harem Fantasy Romance by Jasmine Walt by 
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Lorelai has never had an easy life especially after dark magic killed her family and then she has been married and caring for her rescuer the King who has been sick and deteriorating for years. When his brother murders him she is given the choice between marrying him or dying. So she flees for her life trying to find allies to conquer him. She has 5 protectors on her journey - 5 knights of the Order of the Regent but they are not enough as they face rejection from the great houses of Valliere and assassins are chasing them across the kingdom. They must not give in if life is not to change irrevocably from what is was before.

There was just so much drama and danger in this story. The brother is just so evil and Lorelai so pure while being strong it works perfectly as opposing worlds. The 5 knights are to die for and so honourable and brave. This was well written and very enjoyable. Everything was well described and I could see the world and the people in it clearly in my mind as I read it. A great start to this new series that shows great promise going forward.

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Friday, 16 February 2018

Review: Dragon's Fate by Eva Chase 5 of 5 stars

Dragon's Fate Dragon's Fate by Eva Chase
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Life is still not normal for Ren and her mates when supernatural race war seems even more likely as vampires decide that shifters should no longer exist and start taking action to ensure that is true. Whilst fire can destroy vampires and protect the shifters there is only one Ren so she can't be everywhere. She goes to look at the dragon archives in the hope it holds the answer although she will find it will make her question is knew about the new world she now lives in.

Wow - this was a great ending to the series. It still had the mixture of drama and danger as we expect from the series but it definitely upped the ante a bit and the relationships between Ren and her mates were good for the level of detail it added and showed how the dynamic would work in that situation. I liked the way it ended and hope that might lead to a new series so we get to find out what happens later. Well written and I could feel and and easily empathise with the thoughts and emotions from the characters.

** Please note this story contains scenes involving one woman, four men, and some sex.

** Please note this is the last book in a series and you probably ought to read the previous books to make sense of the series.

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Thursday, 15 February 2018

Review: A GLEAM OF LIGHT by T.J. Wolf by M.L. Wolf 5 of 5 stars

A GLEAM OF LIGHT A GLEAM OF LIGHT by T.J. Wolf
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Una Waters experienced an encounter at 30,000 feet on a flight when she was eight and it changed her from that point forward. 21 years later she returns to the Hopi Reservation she grew up on to answer a plea for help from a childhood friend. It appears that the US Army has become interested in a cave on their tribal grounds. She finds she has to try to prevent violence, deal with the General in charge and produce proof to register it for protection as an ancient site. As part of doing that she has to revisit the past and retrieve whatever the US Army is really there to find.

There are many layers in this story that are seamlessly woven together to build a story that chronicles the traditional clash between Native American culture, progress with a hint of something not of this world mixed in. A dramatic story that will pull you in so that you have a need to read the next story to find out what happens next. Well written and very enjoyable.

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Tuesday, 13 February 2018

Review: The Tiger's Offer by Lila Jean by J.A. Cipriano 5 of 5 stars

The Tiger's Offer The Tiger's Offer by Lila Jean  by 
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Tina went to a werewolf strip club with her friend and when she leaves there she finds she is a merge between herself and a fertility goddess. All of a sudden she has powers and magic and five hot shifter princes fighting over her. Can she persuade them to share her and can she avoid dying at the hands of the priestesses?

Loved the premise of this story and the way it built up and was developed. I can see that many different things can happen with this so I'm looking forward to reading where this goes next. I just wish I had a problem deciding between all of those hot men! Nicely written and very enjoyable. A great start to this new series with is own fair share of excitement, drama and danger.

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