October 24, 2016

Review: Faerie Blood

Faerie Blood Faerie Blood by Emma L. Adams
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was given this book in place of an honest review. So to begin with when I picked up this book while on a plane home from Texas, (I was in training for work). That's besides the point. However, the minute I picked up this book I was hooked. If there was more time in the day I would have finished this book quicker than what I did.

Now what I liked about this story is that it's very easy to get into. Very easy to get absorbed into the storyline, and for me I could actually picture a city distraught from a war, and life just carrying on as much as it can.  There were a few minor errors with word placement, and spelling.  But let me reassure you, it doesn't deter from the book itself, just a little editing there and it would be right as rain.

I recommend if you have time or need something new to add to your to be read list, definitely read Faerie Blood. Now I cannot wait to read the next book, to see where this series will take us.

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October 20, 2016

Review: Thirst No. 5: The Sacred Veil

Thirst No. 5: The Sacred Veil Thirst No. 5: The Sacred Veil by Christopher Pike
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Alright so this book me quite some time to finish and there is a reason for it. I feel the book lost track of what I feel the series was all about. A female vampire. But this book was more about the government and it's conspiracues, spaceships, and espionage.  While it fits in other books I feel it didn't quite pain put in this one. Honestly half the time I was too busy trying to figure out what was going on, when Sita would have a flash back at the end. And speaking of the end, of course it left it hanging, but I think Sita for maybe a good reason was being utterly selfish.  So with that being said, I'm going to have to give this 3 stars and claim it as my least favorite book of the series.

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August 20, 2016

Review: Night Study

Night Study Night Study by Maria V. Snyder
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I'm so glad that Maria V Snyder decided to continue on with the poison study series. I've always enjoyed her books in the series because of the world that she has created is very colorful and you can picture yourself immersed in this world and riding along with Yalena, Valek the rest of the gang we've come to know and love. And with how this book is going it's pretty great because it has taking you in a whole different direction than the previous books has before but keeping with the same element in the same characters as a previous books. I am I really enjoyed the twists and turns that Ms. Snyder is giving us with the new addition to her books. If you read the books you know exactly where it's going on but if you haven't I'm not going to divulge on and what exactly happens the books because it's really enjoyable to find out these aspects yourself however I will say that I'm loving every detail of this book and I cannot wait until the next books it is really so I can dive into the world the Sitia and Ixia again.

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August 17, 2016

Reviews and review requests

I've had the privilege of being contacted by authors in regards to reading their books for an honest review. Well I've gotten a little backed up. So probably until the end of this year, depending on how fast I can get things read, any requests to read and review has been put on hold.

The books I do have currently will still be read, and I apologize to any author to whole I've said ill do this for them. Your book will be read and hopefully soon.

But thank you all, who continue to follow me. And everyone who has contacted me.

August 15, 2016

Review: Frostbitten

Frostbitten Frostbitten by Kelley Armstrong
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Number 10 in Kelley Armstrong's book serirs, Women of the Otherworld. This book from what ive been told by others was their favorite in the series, Im gonna have to say it was probably my least favorite in the series. It lacked soemething, I cannot necessarily describe at this time. But it felt like the book dragged on and on. And it was more of an inner emotional piece, than the typical norm of this series.

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August 7, 2016

Review: Treasure, Darkly

Treasure, Darkly Treasure, Darkly by Jordan Elizabeth Mierek
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I received this book for an honest review. Sadly like all my reviews this one has taken me a while to get through. Because life has been busy i haven't had a chance to really sit down and read. At least not without falling asleep.

Anywho, have you ever seen Wild Wild West with Will Smith and Kevin Kline? Well this is so much better. This is wild west meets steampunk. But its not lets through all this steampunk in your face you are overwhelmed. Its just enough to make it plausible.

This is about a young man named Clark Treasure, a son of a brothel maid who drinks a strange substance and is now wanted by the army. He spends a good part of his life on his own running like a fugitive.  Thats until he meets his estranfed father Garth Treasure and his family.

That's when Clarks adventure really begins, its when truths are uncovered, romance blooms, and an adventure ive never been on in any of the books i read.

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May 9, 2016

Review: Immortal Flame

Immortal Flame Immortal Flame by Jillian David
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I was given this book in return for a honest review.

In this book we are introduced to Peter a WW2 vet, who is encompassed to the devil, for making the ultimate sacrifice. The beginning of the book, you are introduced to him after he just gotten into a horrible car accident. He is then taken to the ER, and this is where you meet Dr. Allison Le Croux aka "Dr. Al". Both of these characters have their secrets, a secret they've kept to only the people closest to them. But with their encounter in the ER, changes both their lives, possibly forever.

And it doesn't stop there from this one encounter, the book is basically non-stop from there. Full of action, desire, longing, hatred, and skepticism.

As many of you know, we'll that's the people who actually read my reviews. I don't generally give too much information on what happens in the book itself. This way there isn't any spoilers, or anything that could be potentially important to the storyline.

I however do give my opinion on the book and the author, and so here it goes. This book the minute I read the first few pages drew me in, it was seriously non stop from the get go. The writing was well written, and had an easy to follow flow. The storyline itself is original and the characters and scenery layout was easy to imagine. This author did an amazing job with this book, and brava to her for doing this while she was on call and in her spare time. It definitely gives potential author hope that they themselves can do this as well.

And as for the book itself, I highly recommending picking up a copy and giving this book a go. I do wonder if there will be more books later on.

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May 1, 2016

Current Reading List

I've been slacking, and have gotten behind. I had lost my job so instead of picking up my reading while i'm unemployed and looking for a job. I kind of gotten depressed and hadn't wanted to get anything accomplished or do anything. Well things are looking up for me so it's time to get back into the knack of reading and get these reviews I have piled up going, and others as well of course. Here is currently the tentative list. Each picture is a direct link to the description of each book.

CoglingAwakeningThe Gift-Knight's QuestImmortal Flame (Hell to Pay)The Medium PathPhoenix Child (Phoenix Child, #1)Treasure, Darkly (Treasure Chronicles #1)Rulers of Darkness Box Set: (Books 1 -3)Her Fiery Viking (Her Elemental Viking #1)They Mostly Come Out At Night

Keep an eye out for these reviews shortly.
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