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Review: Her Fiery Viking

Her Fiery Viking by A.J. Tipton
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Her Fiery Viking

I've received this book in place of an honest review. This is a short read, it's a prelude to the series itself. It's based around a extremely old Viking named Mikkel and a very angry modern day woman named Joanna. They meet at work, and she is a complete bombshell of rage and hate. He is a man cursed for a lifetime.

This book was very quick and there was no time for build up. It was literally a wham bam thank you ma'am book. They saw each other, the fire lit in the nether regions. One night of drinking and they were all over each other.

The premises of the story and series has some good intentions. But I really enjoy the build up of hints especially romances. This just didn't sit well with me. Though, I am curious about Lola. She seems to be a pivotal character in this series. So though this story was extremely short, there was no build up, and a minor action scene. I would like to …

Review: Caressed by a Crimson Moon

Caressed by a Crimson Moon by Amanda J. Greene
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Caressed by a Crimson Moon

I was given this book in place of an honest review. This is the third book in the "Rulers of Darkness" series. This story takes place surrounding Hadrian the Vampire King who threw himself into exile, because he was going crazy; and Eva a halfbreed shifter. Eva was the bastard daughter of the Alpha of her shifter pack, taken nine years ago after the death of her mother. She was treated poorly because of her halfbreed lineage. Hadrian who has just recently came out of exile and is preparing for his descent back into his clans world, wants to honor a treaty made three hundred and fifty years ago with the shifters, has Falcon go and claim what is rightfully his. The alpha isn't to thrilled about this scenario and refuses to send one of his pure looks daughters to the mad king, so instead he sends Eva his halfbreed daughter, in hopes that the mad king will take care o…

Review: They Mostly Come Out At Night

They Mostly Come Out At Night by Benedict Patrick
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

They Mostly Come Out at Night

I was given this book in place of an honest review.

They Mostly Come out at Night is a story that revolves around a young man named Lonan. Lonan lives in a small village and is the outcast, he was blamed for some damages and deaths that had happened when he was a child. In this world people have skills called knacks these knacks give a person their purpose in life, every knack has its own special ability. Like healing gives you extra strength and power to help those in need. Cooking you make the most mouth watering meals etc. Lonan though is knack less which makes him being the outcast ever more so.

One day though Lonan starts having these dreams. Dreams of the forest protector for many centuries this protector is called the "Magpie King" in these dreams he sees the life of the prince Adhaly, each dream shows him something different. Lonan thinks they are of thin…