Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Review: Kiss the Girl

Kiss the Girl Kiss the Girl by Tara Sivec
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I am sad to say I was let down a little by this book, I love the authors older work, where it made me LOL like a crazy person, but I find now that the humour is forced now, it didn't come naturally. I dunno if that was just me, or what. but any who.

This book is the last in the series, Kiss the Girl is about Ariel and Eric. In The Naughty Princess Club.
These books should be read in order to gain more knowledge on how it all came about. Ariel is so mouthy, In your face girl you will read about, she had a crappy ex husband who made her doubt her self all the time, he was a sleazy scum bag.

Eric, he has wanted the feisty red haired Ariel since he first meet her. He has been waiting and the time is now to catch his girl.
These two are funny together, pushing each others buttons and so. But with time he is worming himself into her heart, pushing down them strong walls she has surrounding her heart.

The biggest thing that pissed me off, was the main conflict! that shit is the worst thing I hate! I'm not going to spoil what happens but grrr.
drama, drama, drama

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Review: It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time

It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time by Kylie Scott
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time
Kylie Scott

Okay, So I wasn’t going to review this, but I am going to keep it short and sweet.
I think I am in the minority of the people who enjoyed this one.

Adele and Pete have an awkward relationship, its been 7 years since she made a pass at him when she was 18, and now returning home for her fathers’ wedding and staying with Pete for the duration of the time… Ahhh hello hottie times.

Pete is 15 years older than her, and I loved it.

Goodness, this book was delicious. Lusting over your dads’ best friend, she all grown up now and she is beautiful and sassy AF. Yes Pete, is a big old grumpy douche, but it is what it is.
I liked the writing, it was entertaining and HELLA HOT, I mean, DAMN!

Brought this book at my own expense and I am so happy with my purchase, I would reread this time and time again.

4.5 Stars

Some times we need a good smutty contemporary on them lonely nights ;)

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Review: Darkest Heart

Darkest Heart Darkest Heart by Juliette Cross
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Darkest Heart by Juliette Cross
Darkest Heart

I was gifted an advanced copy of this book from the author for an honest review, I at the time was hesitant to pick up any new to me authors, but I am very happy that I took the chance on this book and author and I am super excited to share some of many, many thoughts with you.

I can easily say that I will be continuing with the series and checking out some of the authors passed books too. I really enjoyed the world that she has created, right away when I opened the story I knew I had stumbled into a world I was going to enjoy.

Yes, it is a spun of series from her previous series, but you can read this without reading them and not be lost at all, as that is what I have done.

Anya is a blue winged angelic warrior, and she has been bitten by a demon in battle, and now the only way to cure her is too find the Archangel that has the most power to suck it out from her.

Dommiel, is a fallen angel who is now a demon, he has dangerous, handsome and everything you will enjoy with a male character, as is Anya too. But I really loved our one eyed, patch wearing Dommiel.

The battle between Angels and Demons is a main subject in this story and is the relationship between our two main characters. I adored both. Dommiel, a wee bit more then Anya.

I am excited to see where this series goes, with all the characters and plot twists we meet and discover. You need to checkout this new series, Juliette has written.

I don’t want to write too much more on their travels and what they both must overcome. I am eagerly waiting for book two, I am happy that this one is very adult romance, the romance was perfection. The sexy erotic times, well you guys! they were fabulous.

Do yourself a favour and grab your self a copy on release day.

4.85 stars.
Why not 5 stars?
It was slightly too slow burn romance for me, but that’s just me. I love, LOVE the BOOM… Mates, insta-love romance.

Paranormal Romance, *****
World Building *****
Fantastic Characters *****
Suspense/Plot Twist *****
Sexy times *****
Cover *****
Romance ****

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Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Review: Dark Alpha's Hunger

Dark Alpha's Hunger Dark Alpha's Hunger by Donna Grant
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Dark Alpha's Hunger is the 6th book in the Reapers series by Donna Grant.

This is a paranormal romance read, but unfortunately needs to be read with the others in the series. I enjoyed my time with this story but I feel that it would have been more enjoyable if I was up to date with the overall story arc. Going into a book that is 6th in a series is always a risky chance, I have only recently started reading Donna grant and I really enjoy her way of writing and the worlds she creates.

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Friday, July 27, 2018

Review: Archangel's Prophecy

Archangel's Prophecy Archangel's Prophecy by Nalini Singh
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I wont be doing a full spoiler review, it would spoil so much!

But my advice is this, don't think you know it all, because you will be scratching your head like WTF is happening, you will be worried, concerned and pacing a lot.

You will need three things, TISSUES, CHOCOLATE & WINE!

For this is the biggest rollercoaster ride I have ever been on in a Nalini book yet, and I do not like it!

Also the most important thing is... BE Prepared for the BIGGEST cliff-hanger!

If you are reading this, prepare yourself now, because I am speechless, I don't know how to feel, but in the last 9 years reading NS work I am shook!

The writing as always beautiful as is the world. Cant wait till next year for the next one!

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Saturday, June 23, 2018

Review: Tossed Into Love

Tossed Into Love Tossed Into Love by Aurora Rose Reynolds
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Tossed Into Love,

What a small kind of tiny little let down this was. I will admit I love my romance, I am a romance junkie but this in the beginning was not what I was expecting, I really loved the previous two books in the series, and this one didn't meet that standard.

Libby Reed and Antonio Moretti is what this one is all about. Libby has had the biggest crush on Ant, and Ant has been the biggest douche towards her. He is legit the most arrogant jerk I have read about in a wee whiles. He is a firefighter and his parents own a pizza shop, that he hates. With his dad suffering from a heart attack and his Mum beside him along the way to becoming better, the pizza shop is left to him to take care of, and that's where Libby come into it more, she loves his family and is wanting to help by volunteering her time to help out where she can. Overall you watch them fall in love, it is really sweet, even though I don't think Ant was the nicest person.

I read it in one sitting, it is short. I think this authors work has in the passed be so much better, her Until series is still to this day one of my favs. I found this story to be a time filler. I would have loved it to be a little more longer, and with them together together longer, then what we got.

I think her fans will most likely enjoy it, but as a fan of her I was disappointed. All the stories in this series are cute, and very no to low angst., fluffy romances which is a nice change from high fantasy novels.

This one is Enemies to lovers, miscommunications and misjudgements, a lot of push and pull banter. I missed the other sisters in this one, the way the three of them were always there for each other, that bond was missing. Libby was keeping to herself I understand that, but I don't know, these are my thoughts after just finishing reading it. Make a cuppa, settle in with some choc and be ready to read a short little tale, about Libby and Antonio about them getting tossed into love. I do have to shout out, that I really love the ending, the epilogue I really enjoyed the future parts. I'm no sure if the series is ended, I kind of hope it is.

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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Review: Save the Date

Save the Date Save the Date by Morgan Matson
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Save The Date, by Morgan Matson.
This is the first book I have read by this author, and I liked it.

This was cute, I really loved the family aspect. Honestly I went into this book blind, I didn't really know much about it.
It was Fun, light hearted, it has a big loud family. Though I also found that this book was a little long, 400 pages and the plot was dragged out, when it didn't really need to be. I at times struggled connecting with the main character, it was weird one min I enjoyed her and the next I was like, gah your annoying me... The romance, I wasn't a fan, It also felt it came second to the actual plot, like a sub plot.

Overall, it was solid 3 stars, its perfect for a lazy day, perfect for summer. Would totally recommend it for something a little light hearted fun. but go in with caution, you may not enjoy it.

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Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Review: Dirty-Talking Cowboy

Dirty-Talking Cowboy Dirty-Talking Cowboy by Stacey Kennedy
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

(I received an invitation to review this book from the publisher through NetGalley.)

Dirty-Talking Cowboy was my first Stacey Kennedy read.

Emma and Shep's story is packed with lovable characters, drama, humour and lots smoking' hot sex. Dirty-Talking Cowboy is book 1 of the Kinky Spurs Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger

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