Posts Tagged: easy read

Review: Spearwood Book 1.5 by A.S. Oren

Review: Spearwood Book 1.5 by A.S. Oren

May 5, 2016 Reviews 0

If you’ve not read Spearwood Book 1 by , do not read this review. This is Spearwood for the adult crowd!!!! Spearwood Book 1.5 by picks up right where the first left off.  Avalon, Jericho, Dante, Bullock, and Mirren are still in the survival challenge. Avalon is reeling from whatever Minos did to her, causing her transformation to be painful and changing her dragon wings to angel. In this installment, Avalon needs to uncover what was done to her and quickly before Roseman catches on to her plans. Avalon is an interesting character. She is tough as nails and not a typical damsel in… Read more »

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Blog Tour: In All My Years by Ciara Knight

Blog Tour: In All My Years by Ciara Knight

April 29, 2016 Features, Reviews 3

Title: In All My Years Author: Ciara Knight Genre: Sweet Contemporary Romance Cover Designer: Robin Ludwig Design Inc. Hosted by: Lady Amber’s PR   In All My Years by is the second book in the Riverbend series and this time follows Anna’s mom Kathleen and Liam’s uncle Column. These characters were introduced in the first book of the series so I was really excited to finally read their story and version of events that were mentioned in In All My Wishes. If you have not read the first book, do not read this review as there are minor, unavoidable spoilers. Ten years ago Kathleen Baker… Read more »

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Blog Tour: Demigods and Monsters by Raye Wagner

Blog Tour: Demigods and Monsters by Raye Wagner

April 26, 2016 Features, Reviews 0

Title: Demigods and Monsters Author: Raye Wagner Genre: YA urban mythology Hosted by: Lady Amber’s PR Imagine a world where the Greek gods are still worshipped, their temples can be found around the world, and their half-human children walk among us. Now imagine living as a cursed being, doomed to a life on the run. That my friends is ‘s series about the Sphinx. I was fortunate enough to receive the first book along with the second for review and I have to tell you they were AMAZING!! I devoured them this weekend and am still suffering a book hangover. If you… Read more »

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Review: The Dragon Heart Series by L.L. Hunter

Review: The Dragon Heart Series by L.L. Hunter

April 22, 2016 Features, Reviews 1

Title: Thirst: A Dragon Heart Novel, Book 4 Author: L.L. Hunter  Genre: YA paranormal fantasy/ urban fantasy Hosted by: Lady Amber’s PR This week I had the opportunity to read all of the Dragon Heart series by . The last book in the series is available now! The Dragon Heart Keeper by is the prequel novella that started the series. When Ashley Brandon is framed for murder, his sentence is an unusual one. He must live for one year as a dragon. Ash never knew his heritage as a Dragon Heart, aka dragon shifter. Nor did he know that there was another… Read more »

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Review: Tricky Twenty-Two by Janet Evanovich

Review: Tricky Twenty-Two by Janet Evanovich

March 28, 2016 Reviews 2

Initial Reaction Really?! Stephanie, it’s time to move on.  Find a new guy or two or three and FORGET MORELLI AND RANGER!!!! Tricky Twenty-Two by was not only painful but predictable to read. It’s the same ole story, same ole guys, same ole everything. Nothing new, no changes, no mystery. Why do I keep reading these?  Oh yeah, they’re funny, quick reads that don’t make me think. They are meant to be enjoyed, not analyzed. With that in mind, I really enjoyed this book! Stephanie is on the hunt for a college boy who skipped bail. He has no priors and the charges will likely be dropped, but… Read more »

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Weekend Reads #64 – Happily Ever After by Kiera Cass

Weekend Reads #64 – Happily Ever After by Kiera Cass

March 19, 2016 Reviews 3

Last summer I fell in love with by and could not get enough. I devoured the series in one weekend and could not wait to get my hands on more. However I’m usually not a big fan of novellas unless they are done well AND the Happily Ever After novellas are. I liked each of them as it gives insight into America, Prince Maxon, and the other side characters. In this companion, all four novellas are included along with some bonus scenes from all three books and a Where are they now? feature for a couple of the girls that participated in the Selection… Read more »

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Review: Water & Storm Country by David Estes

Review: Water & Storm Country by David Estes

March 11, 2016 Reviews 0

***Please Note that if you haven’t read this series, there are spoilers to prior books in this review!!!*** I really wanted to love this book like I have the rest of the series, but honestly Water & Storm Country by didn’t measure up to my expectations. This book is the third book in before The Earth Dwellers, the final book in both and The Dwellers Saga. Told in alternating POV, the book ties together those living above and culminates in war. What I Liked can weave a tale like no other! Each book in is technically a standalone with new characters and unique cultures. However… Read more »

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Review: Stars Above by Marissa Meyer

Review: Stars Above by Marissa Meyer

March 10, 2016 Reviews 2

Stars Above by is a wonderful addition to . There are 9 novellas in this book, each telling a unique story about the characters you love! There’s one story for each of them, along with the an epilogue to Winter that I didn’t know I needed til I read it. If you’re a fan of the series, I highly recommend you pick up a copy of this book and read it ASAP. The Keeper: This story may have been my favorite of the entire book. In this prequel to the entire series, Michelle Benoit finds her one-time lover at her door with a proposition… Read more »

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Review: ARV-3 by Cameo Renae

Review: ARV-3 by Cameo Renae

February 29, 2016 Reviews 0

ARV-3 by is the book I’ve been waiting for!!! You guys know me. You know I love dystopians but friends this book is SO MUCH MORE!!! ARV-3 starts with an apocalyptic event, decimating the planet, and supposedly killing just about everyone that didn’t go in a bunker. Flash forward 13 years and the people who went underground are ready to come out, but there’s a surprise waiting for them, something they aren’t prepared for….arvies, zombie-like humanoids who survived the nuclear fallout. The story follows Abigail Park and those from her hive as they travel the barren wastelands to a “safe zone” and what their lives are now… Read more »

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Blog Tour: Strings by David Estes

Blog Tour: Strings by David Estes

February 15, 2016 Features, Reviews 0

Initial Reaction Strings by is one of the best retellings I’ve ever had the pleasure to read. Strings is a very loose retelling of the classic Pinocchio. Pia is a girl attached to strings for as long as she can remember, working on nanotech for the Company with her father Gio. Everyday she wishes for a life without strings, without the mysterious people above the fluid black ceiling that controls them. But in wishing she may get more than she bargained for. Pia and Fig Pia is by far one of my favorite characters ever, not because she’s awesome because believe me she’s flawed, but because she… Read more »

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