Monday, 22 May 2017

Review: Set Me Free

Set Me Free Set Me Free by M.R. Leahy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a very dark read, but a compelling one. This story revolves around a child sex slave school, where children are being taught how to please their future buyer.
This story follows little 10 year old Emmalyn whose own mother puts her there, telling her father doesn’t want her anymore. When she taken to slaves’ quarters she shares a room with a twelve child year old boy Kodah who looks after her and helps her through the nightmare that never ends.
This book follows the two until Emmalyn is sixteen and auctioned and bought by the mysterious Drifter. This book is not for the faint of heart, it deals with child abuse. It is an absolving read and it finishes on a more positive note. Book two is coming soon and I can’t wait to find out what happens and to read their HEA


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Review: Set Us Free

Set Us Free Set Us Free by M.R. Leahy
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

O MY GOD I have just finished book 2, and I’m blown away. When Emmalyn lost her memory after thinking Kodah was dead I was devastated. When meet every one five years later, and the girls were living in Drifter’s house in Texas. He is gradually trying to guide Emma to California to find her future and her past.
Before Emmi leaves for California she resolves to speak to her shadow that turns up once a month on 26 of every month. We know its Kodah checking on her, she knows deep down he means her no harm.
I don’t want to spoil this for you so I will say everything happens in California, and I was riveted and I read the book in one go. I can’t recommend this enough, but Bk 1 needs to be read first. This deals with sensitive subject matter, but ends with a HEA for the main couple.
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Review: Set Us Free

Set Us Free Set Us Free by M.R. Leahy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a very dark read, but a compelling one. This story revolves around a child sex slave school, where children are being taught how to please their future buyer.
This story follows little 10 year old Emmalyn whose own mother puts her there, telling her father doesn’t want her anymore. When she taken to slaves’ quarters she shares a room with a twelve child year old boy Kodah who looks after her and helps her through the nightmare that never ends.
This book follows the two until Emmalyn is sixteen and auctioned and bought by the mysterious Drifter. This book is not for the faint of heart, it deals with child abuse. It is an absolving read and it finishes on a more positive note. Book two is coming soon and I can’t wait to find out what happens and to read their HEA


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Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Review: Dating-ish

Dating-ish Dating-ish by Penny Reid
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I reviewed on behalf of Book Addict.live,
I must say I fell in love with the Mad AI scientist Matt, and Marie the journalist that had given on dating, especially after going on a date to meet a mature bearded man who is her perfect match, and meets someone else completely. At first Marie finds Matt irritating, but gradually he starts to grow on her.
Marie (one of our knitting crew) and Matt (previously met and adored) come together in a story that is romantic and heartfelt and smart and funny. Dating-ish is a book that will speak to and appeal to a large audience. Anyone who has ever felt the very real pressure and struggle of dating will commiserate with an exasperated Marie.
The unrealistic expectations for both men and women seeking companionship will feel a kinship with both Matt and Marie. The adventures of dating and the alternatives to them are explored in this book. Marie is looking for her right person, and you will be cheering for nerdy, adorable Matt along the way.
Knitting in the City fans will get more glimpses into the group and what has been happening since the last book in the series. Dating-ish really shows the depth and the progression of their friendships and how they have branched out to include their partners as well. Dating-ish is a real winner for me, and I can’t recommend enough.
At times I was laughing out loud, my husband was quite jealous. This is a witty and sexy book. A must read for fans of Penny Reid.
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Review: Duke of Manhattan

Duke of Manhattan Duke of Manhattan by Louise Bay
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I reviewed for book Addict live,
Well Louise Bay has done it again, kept me glued to my Kindle from start to finish. I fell in love with Ryder he was a great book boyfriend. A real gentleman in and out of the bedroom. Another addition to her stable her wonderful romantic comedies. We have Scarlett on a night out with her sister. Still miserable with her poste divorce dating and all the boring men she was dating. When her sister encourages her to have a one night stand.
Violet dares her to speak to the hottie at the bar, who is Ryder the attraction is mutual and the sex is off the charts. Neither party expecting to meet the next day in the Boardroom.
Scarlett needs investment in her business, but Ryder’s want to buy them out, unable to reach a compromise of the Business. When Ryder’s Grandfather the Duke has a bad fall, and he finds out some unwanted news. The only way out is to marry so he can inherit The Dukedom and save his business that he built from the ground up.
They make a different kind of compromise, and you can guess the rest.
I love this story it was entertaining with some hot steamy sex thrown, and I can’t wait for the Audio Edition so I can enjoy it all again. This was definitely a five star for me.
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Sunday, 7 May 2017

Review: Her Alien Masters

Her Alien Masters Her Alien Masters by Renee Rose
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I reviewed for Book Addict live, 3.5 stars
Mira survived the horrific crash that had inadvertently killed the innocent inhabitants of the planet Pra’kir, facing a possible death sentence along with her four other shipmates. There is no hope of ever returning to Earth, the spaceship exploded the lives of several innocent inhabitants lost, which in turn has led to a very resentful population.
Waiting in prison Mira had anticipated a possible death sentence being requested by the families of those Pra’kirian killed when the spaceship crashed and exploded. She is astounded to discover that she and the four other shipmates are to be “fostered” into society, enabling them to give back their service within their appointed placements for the term of their individual lives.
Mira is placed with the family of three orphaned girls, currently being cared for by their totally unprepared twin uncles, their mother had been killed when her ship crashed and exploded. Within this placement she is to be fostered and disciplined by either of both Jakk and Gav’n, these two enormous HUNKS never shy from their responsibility, often coming up with their own ingenious ideas. They know if they can’t make Mira to submit to the local ways, she can be taken away from them.
Mira, a trained engineer accepts that she will never return to earth, she initially thought caring for three children would be hard however she has quickly started to care for each of them a great deal. The punishments are harder to handle, however the benefits implemented by these two gorgeous hunks more than make up for it in the sex dept. It’s great addition to the series the characters were larger than life, there was plenty of love, laughter, tears and discipline along with some amazing sexiness that will hold any readers imagination I enjoyed the book, and it was a quick easy read. Even though this number 3,it can be read as a standalone
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Thursday, 4 May 2017

Review: The Tempest

The Tempest The Tempest by Brit Constantine
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I reviewed this book on behalf of Book Addict live,
I really did enjoy following Lenic and Felicity’s story. I like how Felicity is a vlogger and we get into her head a bit when she sees an opportunity for a video. Felicity’s character really made me laugh at times.
But deep down you can tell both Lenic and Felicity have something dark in their history. We don’t find the reason until later in the book.
 I like how the story goes beyond the viral video of Lenic in the shower.
I was bit confused at first with the chapter titles, because the author quotes the characters. The book starts in Lenic’s perspective, in the prologue, but then the entire book follows Felicity’s perspective. I thought it was switching back and forth because the chapter headings had the characters’ name beneath the quote, but I caught on eventually.
Lenic’s perspective does come back later on in the book, and I like how he is portrayed.  I managed to overlook those details and I remained focus on knowing the story, learning more about the characters. At times I couldn’t stop my imagination going Viral especially the charity car wash event with Lenic’s friends stripped to the waist


I will say there is a lot of sex in this story, but it was used to show the growing intimacies in and out bed. All in all an enjoyable read, I loved the epilogues. It was a very intense relationship with an HEA
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