Im always getting asked what books should people read, and well Ive read so many books lately its hard to keep up on what I would recommend. So I created this blog to let people know what I would recommend or what I wouldnt, by posting my reviews on here.
Also I am an author currently writing my first book, so this is also a way to keep things updated on the progress of that. SO its my review & update blog. I hope you like it.
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REVIEW: NIGHT VEIL BY YASMINE GALENORN
NIGHT VEIL BY: Yasmine Galenorn SERIES:Indigo Court #2 GENRE:Urban Fantasy PUBLICATION:July 5th 2011 by Berkley (first published 2011) AVERAGE RATING:4.08
Cicely Waters had always through she was simply one of the magic-born-a witch who can control the wind-but recently she discovered she's also one of the shifting Fae. Now she must perfect her gift. Because Cicely and her friends may have escaped from Myst and her Shadow Hunters, but Myst has managed to capture the Fae Prince who holds Cicely's heart.
Night Veil was a key book in the Indigo Court series. It sets you up for what's going to happen in the rest of the series. Alliances and enemies have been made. Families are torn apart while some are reunited. This book is definitely interesting to read, and it has captured my attention. If you are looking for something with a little bit of everything, and different, then the Indigo Court Series is a definite must read.
Well 2017 was a crazy year for most, me included. It was full of obstacles at every corner. Obstacles that prevented my love of reading. Well it's 2018, a new year, a new chance for life changing (For the better) events. Also a fresh year to get back into the habit of doing one of my favorite hobbies. Reading and Blogging about the books I read.
Now right now until things settle and I get back into the swing of things. I will not be accepting offers for reviews of books. I do apologize, they tend to get stock piled, and I am not in a position to be able to accept and read them in a timely manner. I will let you know when i'm open for reviews again.
Right now i'm going through my TBR list and maxing out some of those books that have been sitting in my list for years. I'm going back to enjoying reading again.
So to start of this year I do have some books I plan on reading. I do not have a timeline of when they will be completed or anything. Again, going back to reading f…
Wow! I thought the first book was good this one just topped it. This series is fricking amazing, and it's only on book 2. In this book Harpers life seems to be amazing, but something isn't feeling right in here gut. So Harper being Harper, she questioned everything and investigated everything. So of course more things are revealed, which just sinks you further into the story. Let's just say I'm in training for my job, but most of the day I was involved in the book.
Review of Night World #3 By Samantha Mullins Synopsis: Vampires, werewolves, witches, shapeshifters - they live among us without our knowledge. Night World is their secret society, a secret society with very strict rules. And falling in love breaks all the laws of the Night World.
The apocalypse is drawing near. But four Wild Powers can save the world from the impending doom. Circle Daybreak, an underground organization with both Night World and human members, is searching for the four who can stop the darkness.
A vampire hunter - who is half vampire - stalks her own kind to protect humans in Huntress.
In Black Dawn, Maggie stumbles upon an old Night World kingdom where the ruling vampire prince is both an enemy and an ally.
And Circle Daybreak hires Keller, a shapeshifting panther, to guard a new Wild power in Witchlight. But when Keller falls in love with the Wild Power's soulmate, her love could destroy everything...