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Review: 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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Review: 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 to…

R.I.P. David Bowie

Very sad news when you here about someone you literally grew up with passing away. David Bowie died of cancer at the age of 69. He will always be tender for his work. His extravagant personally, and his fuck you attitude. Labyrinth is and has always been my favorite movie, and will always enjoy his work I've come to love. So now that he's at peace. Let's just remember this man who lived his life to the fullest.

Review: Shattered Circle

Shattered Circle by Linda Robertson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Shattered Circle is the 6th book in the Persephone Alcmedi series. And in this book things are getting more intense. More dangers lie in wait for our beloved trio. Menessos issues with the vamps and losing hive master, but he obtains something more important and dangerous in the process. Johnny is still dealing with issues of becoming the Dom Lup. Persephone well she just can't seem to catch a break.

This book is extremely intense because not only are things getting more intense. But in this book you actually get the trio's different situation told by them. So basically you aren't going to get bored with one characters story. And though they all had a somewhat different story in this one book, all three combined in a way, that will just get more intense as the series continues.

Again Ms. Robertson has wowed me with another enticing book. It helps remind me of why I love reading, and diving into differen…

Review: Catch Me

Catch Me by Parker Blue
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Ok so continuing with the demon underground series, written by Parker Blue. I just finished the most recent book in the series 'Catch Me'. In this installment of this series we basically start right back up where we left off, Shades sister missing in the demon realm. Val and Shade still at odds with each other, and Val and Austen getting things more steamed up. In this book, it's starts with Val and Austen going to stop Shade from doing something when things get harried. Alejandro and Vincent come up missing. So this starts the book off right. Also we get introduced to a new character, Ivy. Ivy, is a rock demon, whose come from one of the other underground. At first she was a little iffy, in my opinion. Because she was a little shy it had seemed like, and got the impression that there was something devious in the midst. But she quickly changed my mind throughout the book. So the rest of the book left it to, trying…


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Review: A Matter of Arrogance and Apocalypses

A Matter of Arrogance and Apocalypses by Claire Robyns
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I was given this book for free in return for an honest review.

First off, I would like to thank Claire Robyns for contacting me to read the first book in the series 'A Matter of Circumstances and Celludrones'; and also giving me the opportunity to continue on with our relationship with the rest of the books in the 'Dark Matters' series.

Now onto my review.

'A Matter of Arrogance and Apocalypse' is the fourth and final book of the 'Dark Matters' series, this book delves more into the relationship between Kelan and Lily. Basically setting in stone what is to become and what will be of their marriage. Greyston, while still a key character spends a good part of the book as an unconscious hero. In this book, a good majority of it, is the build up of the battle to come.

Honestly while I dove head first into the other books this one has taken me quite longer to get throug…