Archive | November 2012

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Coveted by Stephanie Nelson

Coveted. *sigh* Where do I begin with this review…hmmmm? The bath! Seriously. That’s where I went to ponder how I was going to write this review. First and foremost, Stephanie Nelson is a friend and a wayward crit partner. Claiming no bias wouldn’t be fair, but if there’s one thing Steph knows it’s that I’m not […]

Storm by Brigid Kemmerer

What a stroke of luck finding this one, folks. Storm by Brigid Kemmerer is yet another fantastic YA book. In fact, it has become an instant favorite. Storm is the first book in Brigid’s Elemental series and is not lacking for romance at all. The male leads are all sexy, strong and powerful. This book […]

Hemlock by Kathleen Peacock

The first five of this book were brilliant, but what really hooked me were the reviews. Believe them! This is not your average Werewolf book. It’s so much deeper than that. I loved every real-life issue Kathleen weaved into this YA romance. I was fortunate enough to attend schools were hate crimes and prejudices weren’t big […]

Death and the Girl Next Door by Darynda Jones

For some reason, I had a difficult time purchasing this book. I read the first five then continued on with the sample chapters, but there was an undefinable force holding me back. I wanted to click purchase on my Kindle; I figured it’d be an entertaining read, but my fingers just wouldn’t cooperate. Three days […]

Valkyrie Rising by Ingrid Paulson

Valkyrie Rising by Ingrid Paulson is a pretty decent book. If we were going  by stars, I’d give it a 3.5. The first five promised a whole lot and , for the most part, delivered, but I was slightly let down by the myth info dump. I read the blurb this time, so it’ll be […]

Embrace by Jessica Shirvington

As some of you may have realized, I seem to be into the YA thing recently. Which isn’t to say I haven’t been reading my fair share of Adult, but for whatever reason the innocent, sigh worthy romance of YA minus the complicated adult stuff is what I want to read about. Naturally, I need […]

Everneath by Brodi Ashton

First, let me start by saying I haven’t read this book yet; however the first five of Everneath are worth talking about. I was picturing his face- a boy with floppy brown hair and brown eyes- when the Feed ended. Okay. This is a kick ass first sentence. Already I’m asking myself who is the boy and what […]