Monday, 16 October 2017

Kiss Me In Wescott Springs By Iternationally Bestselling Auther HOLLY CORTELYOU is $.99 October 16-23rd!!


Kiss Me In Wescott Springs
by Holly Cortelyou




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Escape with two enticing tales of love. Sometimes opposites do attract and just need a second chance love... courtesy of a raspberry puff pastry and an unexpected discovery. And then again, maybe all it takes is a little wine, truffles and a remodel to turn enemies into lovers!
Welcome back to Wescott Springs where it’s always a sweet and sexy romp to love!


KISS ME AT LAST
One tempting kiss will rock his world…
What's better than wine, chocolate and a little renovation magic? A sweet and sexy matchup between a handsome, hammer-swinging contractor, Sean McMallory, and a flirty and stubborn champagne bar owner, Melinda York, who's in a remodel pickle! Sometimes trusting your enemy is the sweetest victory of all.


KISS ME, TROUBLE
Why gamble on a second chance at love?
Six years ago, Cole McCaffrey shattered Alix Porter’s heart into a million scattered shards. But one lucky encounter with flying artwork lands Alix right back into Cole’s lap. With seven short vacation days, can Cole spark their sizzling chemistry and convince Alix of his love, despite the lie that tore them apart?


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TEASER #1 from Kiss Me at Last


With a smile lurking at the corners of his mouth, Sean had been waiting for an eruption for the last ten minutes.
It was day three of construction, and Melinda had looked far from chipper as she'd schlepped into the wine bar at eight in a slouchy gray sweater, faded jeans, and nondescript running shoes. Her eyes were bleary, and she cradled her coffee concoction like it was the crown jewel in the queen's tiara. She'd winced every time his hammer drove home a nail.
Sean grinned. Hangover, he supposed, and he pounded a few extra nails for good measure as she scuttled into her office. That ought to fix her little red wagon, Miss High and Mighty and her sexy British accent. Not that he'd noticed.
He glanced toward her office door, and there was Melinda, staring at him with a stony gaze through half-slitted eyes.
"Good morning, Ms. York," Sean said in his perkiest voice. "Sun's shining, and it's beautiful out." He fiddled with the chuck on the drill and idly revved it a few times for some bonus noise.
"Is there anything quiet you can do for a while?" Melinda said, her tone was pained.
"Not feeling well?"
"I'm fine. I have some phone calls to make to wine distributors and a little peace and quiet would be divine."
"Go back to your coffee shop for those calls. Unless you want me to take a break already? That will slow me down."
Melinda glared. "I'm trying to get some work done, too."
"Well, ma'am. This is a construction zone, so there's going to be noise. We're not slapping on some paint and hanging a few light fixtures. We're adding beams, ripping out floors. What exactly were you expecting? Should I bring a bowl of potpourri or something?"
"That might help." Her tone was drenched in syrup. "Or do you have a silencer for that drill?"


TEASER #2 from Kiss Me, Trouble


As they walked side by side out of the restaurant, a noisy group of women jostled by them. Alix scooted to one side to avoid a passerby whose nose was buried in her phone. She staggered into a towering potted palm.
The palm fronds swayed ominously, and Alix’s arms flailed.
“Easy there. Don’t take out that tree.” Cole twined an arm around her waist and pulled her close. A herd of butterflies stampeded through her belly. His touch was familiar, but it dazzled her senses as if it was the first time they’d touched.
“I’m not usually so wobbly on my feet.” Alix smiled up at Cole and didn’t move.
Cole blinked and broke into a lopsided grin. “You were pushed.”
“Like Humpty Dumpty? Did she fall or was she pushed?” Alix wrinkled her nose.
“It was a conspiracy.” Cole squeezed her waist and winked.
“Did you pay them to bump me into your arms?” She inched one hip closer to his body.
“That would have been well played.” Cole’s voice lowered, but she could have heard him whisper, for the rest of the world had grown distant. There were no glasses clinking nor bar patrons buzzing with laughter.
“And risky.” Alix let her hands creep up his chest until she could feel the solid thud of his heart. It was strong. It was beating as fast as hers. Staccato.
“I work the angles and the gray areas.”
“But, I’m the straight arrow.”
“Opposites still attract?” Cole’s mouth inched closer, and his scent filled her senses. He was exotic like sandalwood but grounded like cedar. He was heaven.




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Holly Cortelyou pens sweet and spicy small town, contemporary romances that just may have a kiss of magic or a twist mystery.
On any given day, she’s likely sipping coffee and procrastinating on Facebook or organizing a closet. Holly’s living her own Happily Ever After with an uber-handy, broad-shouldered and delicious husband, a sweet silver lab and a fluffball kitty in sun-kissed Southern Oregon.
She has hazel eyes, a goofy sense of humor and all the rest is subject to change without notice.





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Sunday, 15 October 2017

Cover Reveal: UNCLE POLECAT GOES TO HOLLYWOOD By Samuel Laguna



Children's Book
Date Published: 9/1/17
Publisher: ITService-Excellence.Com


An action-packed, do-gooders, interactive adventure story loaded with audio narration, cool music, video and 3D animation, pop-up widgets, maps, and review questions that allow the reader to foretell what happens next in the story. Your children will think they’re watching an exciting play on your iPad. If your child is into skateboards, airplanes, technology and being a good friend, then this is the iBook for them. Uncle PoleCat goes to Hollywood is total interactive fun for the whole family.
Three young friends win a science contest and a trip to Hollywood, Ca. Things are going great during their vacation until their dog, Freckles is dognapped by evil villains and their guardian is hospitalized. The kids have no one to turn to and call Uncle PoleCat to get Freckles back and get them out of a terrible jam.

Uncle PoleCat, an amazing ferret with super powers and his best pal Snake travel from the magical town of Mount McHenry all the way to Hollywood. He and Snake meet up with the kids and check in on Mr. McHenry. After visiting McHenry, Uncle PoleCat and the kids orgnize a search for Freckles. The clues lead to the desert hideout where freckles is being fattened up for a feast by Rudi The Rat.
Uncle PoleCat and Snake outsmart Rudi and his henchmen and win back Freckles but not before two other kids are captured by Rudi. All ends well, as the kids are reunited with Old Man McHenry and they finish their vacation in Hollywood and Uncle PoleCat and Snake go back home to finish their vacation.


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A family man, Samuel Laguna was a leader of an elite troubleshooting team that served The Best Beverages Company executives for 35 years. He was dropped into volatile situations all over the world like a power ranger to resolve cyber attacks, technology issues, and expose corporate espionage. Retired now, Sam spends his time writing fiction stories that range from corporate life and politics to children's adventure storybooks. No matter what book Sam writes, you can count on his storytelling to provide life-lessons and make you laugh out loud.

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Review: Sol

Sol Sol by Leslie McAdam
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Reviewed on Behalf of Book Addict live,
WOW what a beautiful story this is, most of the book takes place in Spain. Leslie conjures the spirit of Spanish locations so well I could imagine myself walking beside them. I fallen in love with Trent who has loved Dani he best friend’s older sister, who has forever has been out of his reach.
This first half of the book seemed slow until you realise its building the emotion between Dani and Trent. There is a lot of emotion anger, guilt and love. Leslie has truly a heartfelt wonderful story, when the only thing that heal both Dani and Trent is their love for each other
“Welcome home soldier,” “This is our base and now we can both fly”
I not saying more because I want you to enjoy the story the way I did.
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Friday, 13 October 2017

Review: Her Rogue Mates

Her Rogue Mates Her Rogue Mates by Grace Goodwin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Reviewed on Behalf of Book Addict live,
This is an Erotic Sci-Fi Romance, whats not to like? Harper is a medic from earth stationed on Zenith Transport Station waiting to be called in by the Coalition of planets fighting the Hive. When the battle is finished the medics come in afterwards to look after the wounded.
While waiting for the call Harper bumps into a 7fth muscled walking Organism machine called Styx. Harper is looking to hook up quick before being called back to duty. Styx is looking at his mate.
Before Styx gets stuck in they are joined by Blade, we quickly discovers Harper has two mates. So Styx and Blade have to protect Harper from harm and pleasure her until she realises they are her mates.
This has plenty of action in and out bedroom, I enjoyed the quick sexy read, that has left steam coming of my kindle.
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Thursday, 12 October 2017

Review: Loving Storm

Loving Storm Loving Storm by Carian Cole
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Reviewed on Behalf of Book Addict live,
I LOVED THIS NOVELLA , THIS GOES ON MY KEEPER  READING SHELF JOINING
♥ STORM ♥
I have been looking forward to Loving Storm as soon as it was announced. The first book Storm has been one of my favourites since it was released. So before reading this I listened to the Audiobook to refresh my memory. This almost carries on from the first one, and it was wonderful edition to the series. Evie is very highly strung and it was cute to see how Storm could calm with his presence.
THIS COUPLE IS SO CUTE
I loved it, it was the after that intense time when you first get together. This was learning about each other and tackling the logistics of making a relationship work. I loved the wider family and their get togethers and Storm’s Gran was lovely. I’m not going to wax lyrical about this book. If you enjoyed Storm, you are going to love this. If you haven’t read Storm why not? Some of Ashes and Ember have been some of my all-time favourites, and I hope we are going to get the Audio edition so I can listen to it as well. This was the icing on the top of a chocolate cake for me as it really finishes Storm and Evie’s story
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Review: Fox's Awakening

Fox's Awakening Fox's Awakening by F.G. Adams
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Reviewed on Behalf of Book Addict Live,
Wow what a book filled with plenty of action. Fox’s Awakening is a paranormal love story and part of a trilogy. FBI agent Fox Brenton is in the first book Aldin’s Wish. This is book two Fox’s story, each book tells the story of one couple and there is no cliffhanger, but the same story arc runs through the trilogy.
Fox is one of the paranormal group’s human contact. As an FBI agent he has contacts among the humans so is a useful person to have a round. I am not going into the story I will let you enjoy yourself. All I will say is I am really enjoying this trilogy and as more unfolds the action heats up and the story gets better.
I pleased this a trilogy as we get a bigger picture but also resolution in three books. If you enjoy stories of immortal Gods and Goddesses as well vampires and shifters this has it all. I can’t wait for Marcus’s story we have had a glimpse of Marcus’s woman, but you have to read this to find out.
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Review: Fox's Awakening

Fox's Awakening Fox's Awakening by F.G. Adams
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Reviewed on Behalf of Book Addict Live,
Wow what a book filled with plenty of action. Fox’s Awakening is a paranormal love story and part of a trilogy. FBI agent Fox Brenton is in the first book Aldin’s Wish. This is book two Fox’s story, each book tells the story of one couple and there is no cliffhanger, but the same story arc runs through the trilogy.
Fox is one of the paranormal group’s human contact. As an FBI agent he has contacts among the humans so is a useful person to have a round. I am not going into the story I will let you enjoy yourself. All I will say is I am really enjoying this trilogy and as more unfolds the action heats up and the story gets better.
I pleased this a trilogy as we get a bigger picture but also resolution in three books. If you enjoy stories of immortal Gods and Goddesses as well vampires and shifters this has it all. I can’t wait for Marcus’s story we have had a glimpse of Marcus’s woman, but you have to read this to find out.
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Monday, 9 October 2017

Review: From This Moment

From This Moment From This Moment by Melanie Harlow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Reviewed on Behalf of Book Addict live,
This was a must read for me as soon as I saw the blurb, but I was wrong this was so much more. I had to read this without any distractions from start to finish. I will say get your tissues handy before you start to read.
This book started with a slightly different premise, Hannah a widow with her young daughter Abby still trying to recover from her husband dying from a heart attack in his thirties while jogging. Some time has passed and she is working and trying to keep brave face on. Then Wes her dead husband’s identical twin comes home to take over his father’s practice.
When Hannah first starts to feel desire for Wes she puts it down to missing Drew and that her body is confused. Wes on the other hand has always loved Hannah, when he first met her he was too shy to say anything, and after weeks trying get courage up. Drew met her once and swept her of feet. Drew was always the outgoing twin.
We watch them proceeding with caution but before long they enjoy spending time together. Hannah begins to realise that she loves Wes. He was a perfect man for her and even liked it a little rougher in the bedroom. I really loved his character he was the perfect man always putting Hannah and Abby first.
There is a lot of raw emotions in this book with a family trying to cope after a great loss that effects them all. I was emotionally raw after reading this gripping but emotionally draining romance. I loved it all even if I was blubbering mess. Melanie Harlow has outdone herself with this book.
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Sunday, 8 October 2017

Review: Filthy Player

Filthy Player Filthy Player by Stacey Lynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Reviewed on Behalf of Book Addict.live,
I do love sports romances especially with a six feet four inches of muscle ripped quarterback called Beaux.
If you read Dirty Player this is Shannon’s little brother Beaux who meets Paige who  works as a waitress in the Bar and grill next to the Stadium. Paige has had bad luck with men, so when he asks her for a date she shoots him down. Then after overhearing his conversation she throws an ice bucket over his head.
Beaux really likes Paige and wants to show her who he really is. When things begins to heat up between them and the sex scenes are hot and sexy. What was better was seeing the love and trust grow between them. Beaux personality really shines through when he is with Paige.
I really enjoyed this romance, and I’m going to own up to putting Beaux on my Book Boyfriend list. I really enjoyed this romance it has plenty going on and when it finished I had a big smile on face waiting for the next in the Series. This is a standalone set in the same world as Shannon and Oliver’s book Dirty Player.
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Saturday, 7 October 2017

Review: Unloved

Unloved Unloved by Katy Regnery
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Reviewed on behalf of Book Addict live,
What a heartbreaking, but beautiful love story this book is. This is the story of Brynn whose fiancee was shot a pop concert two years before. Out of desperation Brynn decides to take his mobile phone to his favourite mountain and bury his phone and say a real goodbye.
We have Cassidy whose father had been sent to prison for rape and murder. He lives of the grid in his grandfather’s house where he has lived since his father’s arrest. His mother brought him with her when he was still a child. He has lived on his own for years, his promised his mother he would never hurt anyone so he kept to his self.
One day to feel part of the human race his walks up the mountain out of everyone’s sight. Until he hears screaming and comes upon this creep stabbing a woman he throws the man of her and he sees Brynn. He takes her home and treats her stab wounds and looks after her. They can’t help falling in love. Cassidy knows nothing can be permanent. You can help but fall in love with Cassidy and deep down you know he won’t hurt Brynn.
This has dark themes, but you can feel the emotion between them. Cassidy knows he can’t keep her because of what runs in his veins and the promise he made to mother and grandfather. Katy always knows how to pull me into a story and plays on my emotions like a piano. There is always plenty of drama and angst before we get the hea. This is a standalone with no cliffhangers. This story makes you think about all the victims of violent crime.
If you like to read something different, then you would love this. I read this in one seating, but remained on my mind much longer.
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Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Review: Damned: A Magnus Blackwell Novel

Damned: A Magnus Blackwell Novel Damned: A Magnus Blackwell Novel by Alexandrea Weis
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Reviewed by Book Addict Live,
I knew when I started reading I was in for a supernatural journey, but all I can say at the moment is Wow. I had to read it in one go which meant I had read through the night. I will do my best to give a spoiler free review.
Things get interesting when they arrive at Altmover Manor in Maine and things start to get strange, First meeting Remi and we then get an inkling that Lexie has some supernatural juju. Will is an architect and wants to take the house back to its original state. Lexi starts going through the house looking at old photos and drawings to help him. Instead she encounters the ghost Marcus Blackwell.
Oh I thought a house haunted and a mystery to solve. Little did I know that was just the beginning? I loved this book, there is so much happening including a trip New Orleans and Voodoo. That’s all I am going to say and I off to start the authors blacklist, and the prequel to the book about Magnus Blackwell’s life.
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Review: Damned

Damned Damned by Alexandrea Weis
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Reviewed on Behalf of Book Addict live,
I knew when I started reading I was in for a supernatural journey, but all I can say at the moment is Wow. I had to read it in one go which meant I had read through the night. I will do my best to give a spoiler free review.
Things get interesting when they arrive at Altmover Manor in Maine and things start to get strange, First meeting Remi and we then get an inkling that Lexie has some supernatural juju. Will is an architect and wants to take the house back to its original state. Lexi starts going through the house looking at old photos and drawings to help him. Instead she encounters the ghost Marcus Blackwell.
Oh I thought a house haunted and a mystery to solve. Little did I know that was just the beginning? I loved this book, there is so much happening including a trip New Orleans and Voodoo. That’s all I am going to say and I off to start the authors blacklist, and the prequel to the book about Magnus Blackwell’s life.
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Sunday, 1 October 2017

Review: Breakaway

Breakaway Breakaway by Sophia Henry
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Reviewed on behalf of Book Addict live,
I enjoyed reading about Bree and Luke and really loved them getting a happy ever after. For a one night stand they gelled completely, and I really felt Luke’s pain going through the transition after his injury. I loved Bree, outgoing and falling for Luke against her better judgement. Luke’s personality shines through and he loved Bree with so much passion.
Her pain for Mason, who had been unable get his life together. The life and death situations at hospital, a sweet romance dealing with tough issues. A real feel good read that put a smile on my face. This is a standalone romance with a HEA.
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Review: Breakaway

Breakaway Breakaway by Sophia Henry
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Reviewed on behalf of Book Addict live,
I enjoyed reading about Bree and Luke and really loved them getting a happy ever after. For a one night stand they gelled completely, and I really felt Luke’s pain going through the transition after his injury. I loved Bree, outgoing and falling for Luke against her better judgement. Luke’s personality shines through and he loved Bree with so much passion.
Her pain for Mason, who had been unable get his life together. The live and death situations at hospital, a sweet romance dealing with tough issues. A real feel good read that put a smile on my face. This is a standalone romance with a HEA.
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Review: The Choices I've Made

The Choices I've Made The Choices I've Made by J.L. Berg
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Reviewed on Behalf Book Addict live,
The Choices I’ve Made is a second chance or third chance Romance which I always enjoy because the couples are usually older but not necessarily wiser.
This is the story of Jake and Molly, childhood sweethearts who always loved each other. When Jake’s mother died, he left at 18 for college and has not been back in 12 years. Now he has come back for his father’s funeral and to sort out the small practice his father left him. It was evident that nothing had changed in regards to love between them. Except that Molly was engaged to his best friend while growing up.
This is the first book by J.L.Berg I read and it won’t be the last. It may be a romance novel, and this couple found their love each other was not always enough. This book didn’t go the same route most go so it was nice change.
I love Jake and Molly together, but I must say I was disappointed in Molly’s fear of leaving the Island. I was amazed at the change in Jake and Molly after they both admitted that love is not enough. This is a standalone with HEA even if the story went a different route.
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Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Review: Racer

Racer Racer by Katy Evans
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Reviewed on behalf of Book Addict.live,
I was really looking forward to this book, and have it on Preorder because there is nothing Katy Evans has written that I haven’t enjoyed and this book was no different. It was very easy is to expect a carbon copy of Remy, and as I am in love with Remy I wouldn’t complain. Racer has had something Remy never had, a loving family with parents that adored him.
Racer knew he was all that from the get go. So with all the love and respect he had been taught for his body gave him a huge advantage over his father’s upbringing. Racer’s supreme self-confidence was a real turn on for Lana and I loved his character. A man whose number one focus is his woman and then his sport.
Meeting Lana was the icing on the cake, as he soon as he met her, Lana was it for him. I enjoyed meeting Lana’s gang. Lana was a lost soul who had closed herself off from love. So she was swept of her feet by Racer and it was beautiful to see. I would recommend this to all fans of the Real Series.
This is a standalone, but to better understand Racer it is better to start with Remy and Brooke as it helps you can understand and appreciate where Racer came from. Once you start reading the series you’ll thank me anyway. It was a pleasure and joy to read. I’m looking forward to listening to it all again with my new Audiobook.
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Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Review: STILL

STILL STILL by Kennedy Ryan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

WOW Kennedy Ryan has surpassed herself with this wonderful book. I loved Grip and have read it a few times because it had so much more depth than most out there, but Still grabbed unto me  with the emotional intensity had me fuming one minute, laughing the next and crying all the things and emotions that makes our lives complete.
In Grip they finally got together but in Still the book went beyond the happily ever after that we get when the couple get together at the end of the book. I loved this book, you can’t read it and remain an emotionally detached from the issues raised in this book. Bris and Grip together was so beautiful to read, even when you feel  the emotions this book pulls out of you and leaves you a blubbering mess at the end.
I would give this book more than 5 stars if I could. I recommend you read FLOW the Prequel and GRIP before you start this book.
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Review: Thrax

Thrax Thrax by Christina Bauer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Angelbound starts as Myla and Lincoln are on their last night of their Honeymoon when Lincoln is whisked away by black magic by an evil Thrax called Ethan.
I was looking forward to this book, and it didn’t disappoint. Action packed from start to finish. Most of the action taking place on earth, at La Guardia Airport. My god he was so evil with all the black magic.
Myla was minus Lincoln for most of the book, we also saw a more mature Myla, thinking before killing. It was nice to see Cissy and Zeke always there when Myla needs them. Myla is a suburb character I just love her snark and internal monologues.
Lincoln and Myla have grown into their roles as King and Queen of the Thrax. I loved the whole book, and couldn’t put it down, much to the annoyance of my husband. This Series goes from strength to strength with the characters growing with this superb Series.
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Review: Thrax

Thrax Thrax by Christina Bauer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Reviewed on Behalf of Book Addict.live,
Angelbound starts as Myla and Lincoln are on their last night of their Honeymoon when Lincoln is whisked away by black magic by an evil Thrax called Ethan.
I was looking forward to this book, and it didn’t disappoint. Action packed from start to finish. Most of the action taking place on earth, at La Guardia Airport. My god he was so evil with all the black magic.
Myla was minus Lincoln for most of the book, we also saw a more mature Myla, thinking before killing. It was nice to see Cissy and Zeke always there when Myla needs them. Myla is a suburb character I just love her snark and internal monologues.
Lincoln and Myla have grown into their roles as King and Queen of the Thrax. I loved the whole book, and couldn’t put it down, much to the annoyance of my husband. This Series goes from strength to strength with the characters growing with this superb Series.
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Monday, 25 September 2017

Review: Thrax

Thrax Thrax by Christina Bauer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Angelbound starts as Myla and Lincoln are on their last night of their Honeymoon when Lincoln is whisked away by black magic by an evil Thrax called Ethan.
I was looking forward to this book, and it didn’t disappoint. Action packed from start to finish. Most of the action taking place on earth, at La Guardia Airport. My god he was so evil with all the black magic.
Myla was minus Lincoln for most of the book, we also saw a more mature Myla, thinking before killing. It was nice to see Cissy and Zeke always there when Myla needs them. Myla is a suburb character I just love her snark and internal monologues.
Lincoln and Myla have grown into their roles as King and Queen of the Thrax. I loved the whole book, and couldn’t put it down, much to the annoyance of my husband. This Series goes from strength to strength with the characters growing with this suburb Series.
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Review: Thrax

Thrax Thrax by Christina Bauer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Reviewed on Behalf of Book Addict.live,
Angelbound starts as Myla and Lincoln are on their last night of their Honeymoon when Lincoln is whisked away by black magic by an evil Thrax called Ethan.
I was looking forward to this book, and it didn’t disappoint. Action packed from start to finish. Most of the action taking place on earth, at La Guardia Airport. My god he was so evil with all the black magic.
Myla was minus Lincoln for most of the book, we also saw a more mature Myla, thinking before killing. It was nice to see Cissy and Zeke always there when Myla needs them. Myla is a suburb character I just love her snark and internal monologues.
Lincoln and Myla have grown into their roles as King and Queen of the Thrax. I loved the whole book, and couldn’t put it down, much to the annoyance of my husband. This Series goes from strength to strength with the characters growing with this suburb Series.
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Review: Still

Still Still by Kennedy Ryan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

WOW Kennedy Ryan has surpassed herself with wonderful book. I loved Grip and have read it a few times because it had so much more depth than most out there, but Still grabbed unto me  with the emotional intensity had me fuming one minute, laughing the next and crying all the things and emotions that makes our lives complete.
In Grip they finally got together but in Still the book went beyond the happily ever after that we get when the couple get together at the end of the book. I loved this book, you can’t read it and remain an emotionally detached from the issues raised in this book. Bris and Grip together was so beautiful to read, even when you feel  the emotions this book pulls out of you and leaves you a blubbering mess at the end.
I would give this book more than 5 stars if I could. I recommend you read FLOW the Prequel and GRIP before you start this book.
I received the ARC of the book in exchange for an honest review
 
 
 

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