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.

April 12, 2016

Review: Hit List

Hit List Hit List by Laurell K. Hamilton
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Alright so this book was pretty full of action in it, and barely any se at all, which honestly was kind of refreshing though, I did miss the guys from St. Louis. But what I loved most about this book was the relationship between Edward and Anita. I've always wondered how much they actually ment to each other and this book shows exactly that. It's great to know this about those two, especially with their dynamics. And OMG OLAF, the next books are gonna be highly entertaining.

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Review: Skin Deep

Skin Deep Skin Deep by T.G. Ayer
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

So i just got reading Skin Deep by T.G. Ayer, its the first book I've read by this author. With this being the first book I've ever read from Ayer, and this being the first book in the series, I think it's time to start my review.

Kailin a alpha panther shifter and wraith Hunter, lives an almost solitary life; except for the few friends she has and her job and the counseling center. One night after a wraith fight, Kailin comes across a horrific sight. Someone being thrown out of a car at high speed, she goes to check on the person. Only to find out it's a skinned alive panther or walkers as they call themselves. From here Kailin is on a mission to find out who is killing walkers as well as other shifters. While going through this she meets Logan the youngest member of Omega, a sector in the police department for abnormal things. They end up working together on this, while also forming a connection personally.

The description is pretty vague, and there is a reason for this. So much goes on in this book, giving away too much details will hinder the quality of the book. But I did enjoy this book, though it took me a while to read this, due to video games. Dang that Call of Duty, hangs my head. But no seriously it's good.the only drawback I have is that Kailin only shifts fully once in this book. Otherwise no complaints here.

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February 5, 2016

Review: Beautiful Demons

Beautiful Demons Beautiful Demons by Sarra Cannon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Picked this book up for free on Amazon. I like free books. I also like reading indie authors as much as I love reading best-selling authors. It gives me a chance, to help spread the word about so many talented people

Beautiful Demons, is a first in a series written by Sarra Cannon. This is about a orphan girl named Harper, she has been bounced from foster home to foster home until she arrives at the Shadowfront home, in Peachville Georgia. Once there all sorts of strange things happen, more weird than previously has had happened in Harper's life.

But things get interesting when someone dies, Harper becomes popular, not the outside she's used to. But she forgets things as well.

I can't really say to much more without giving more away in the book. But this was a quick read that definitely catches your attention and keeps it from beginning to end.

Can't wait to read the rest of this series to see what unfolds.


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February 3, 2016

Review: Kitty and the Midnight Hour

Kitty and the Midnight Hour Kitty and the Midnight Hour by Carrie Vaughn
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

I generally do a reading challenge each month, it helps me decide what books to read that month, also helps me branch out into new series.

Well this months challenge and the undeniable desire to read some new to me books I chose: Kitty and the Midnight Hour, by Carrie Vaughn. This is the first book of the Kitty Norville series.

In this book we meet Kitty Norville, a very timid werewolf living in Colorado. She was at the bottom of the pack. Until she started her own radio talk show. That's when things start happening, she starts becoming independent. And that causes a while lot of issues. With her pack, local officials, vampires, and a werewolf Hunter.

During this book, you realize how timid and submissive Kitty really is, and honestly it is quite irritating, that it literally had me rolling my eyes through the book. Almost tho the point I was about to put it in the "could not finish" pile. But I stuck with it, and literally finished it within hours of picking it up.

I did however like the character build up, and the possibility of things in the future. I will continue with this series to see if Kitty grows a backbone fully. Because she would be a kick ass heroine when she finally does.


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January 25, 2016

Review: Shadow Study

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

First and foremost, I would like to thank Ms. Snyder for listening to her fans. And continuing on with this series. It's really a fantastic series. The characters are great, the world still awesome as ever. The nearest additions and the mystery and intrigue that you sit there and try to figure out throughout this book definitely keeps you on your toes. The ending, oh my wow what a cliffhanger, which means more books in the series, yay!

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January 12, 2016

Review: Bound by Flames

Bound by Flames Bound by Flames by Jeaniene Frost
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

So the third installment of the 'Dark Prince' series 'Bound by Flames' starts us off with Vlad and Leila trying to figure out who's in leagues with his nemesis. Though trying to be ahead of the game the actually end up 3 steps behind. But in this end setting old characters of posts books ie. 'The Night Huntress' and being introduced to new characters. Plus seeing a lot of stuff betting let go, and things finally getting resolved.

It's definitely weird seeing the Vlad in his books, you see his characteristics from the previous series, but you see more in this series. While in the 'Night Huntress' series he was all in all more playful, and really enjoyed pissing Bones off. In his own series he's more serious, but more passionate, and on a good occasion you see his playful side.

This story, along with all its predecessors are simply amazing. Ms.Frost is definitely one of my top authors, and if she keeps up these kind of stories, she and her books will always be top notch in my eyes.


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