First off, the wet dream opener went from nice to long and then way too long. I survived it. Second issue came when the MMC and his buddy were chatting. The conversation was so stilted and heavy handed I almost quit reading. Nobody talks like that unless they were in a poorly written cop show.Continue reading “#BookReview: Saved by His Submissive by Angel Payne 2/5 Stars”
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#BookReview: Forever Lies by Jill Ramsower 4/5 Stars
I can already tell this is going to be a long one. The first whole page is dedicated to the MFC complaining about Mondays. I get it, everybody hates Mondays, but you know what? If Monday didn’t exist, Tuesday would be the knew Monday. Hating the day just because of where it falls is stupid.Continue reading “#BookReview: Forever Lies by Jill Ramsower 4/5 Stars”
#BookReview: Very Bad Things (Briarwood Academy Book 1) by Ilsa Madden-Mills 1/5 Stars
Ok, so I haven’t disliked a book this bad since I went off on the Paranormal University series. I will not be reading the sequels to this one ever.Let’s catch you up as I’m halfway through when I started this. The MFC has gone mental after her crush had a one night stand with her.Continue reading “#BookReview: Very Bad Things (Briarwood Academy Book 1) by Ilsa Madden-Mills 1/5 Stars”
#BookReview: The Last Silver Bullet by Gami 4/5 Stars
Fun Fact: The Last Silver Bullet was edited by my editing company, Sanctuary Edits. The Last Silver Bullet is an interesting read. Tells a quick history of Earth through a different perspective and how the present is in danger from unseen forces. From a purely entertaining view, it is interesting and would make a goodContinue reading “#BookReview: The Last Silver Bullet by Gami 4/5 Stars”
#BookReview: Paranormal University: First Semester by Jace Mitchell and Michael Anderle 3/5 Stars
I kinda want to get nitpicky but I kinda don’t. Like when Zeus was mentioned in the beginning and asked if he was from another mythological era. Technically yes, but the better question would have been: isn’t he from a different mythos? The answer would still be yes, but give the precise answer the mainContinue reading “#BookReview: Paranormal University: First Semester by Jace Mitchell and Michael Anderle 3/5 Stars”
#BookReview: Tattered Loyalties by Carrie Ann Ryan
Tattered Loyalties 3/5 Stars I thought it was good, but it had some issues that got worse as the story went on. My first issue had to do the the character type of submissive. At first it feels like a female version of the omegas, their touch can soothe upset pack members. Usually (out ofContinue reading “#BookReview: Tattered Loyalties by Carrie Ann Ryan”
#BookReview: Seized by the Highlander by Fiona Knightingale
1 out of 5 Stars An abused wife is kidnapped by a Highlander. Too short, a few typos, hardly any action or romance. Then the biggest sin of all, the title story is only 3% of the book. I was looking forward to a good long Highland romance and was highly disappointed.
#BookReview: To Bewitch a Highlander (Isle Of Mull #1) by Lily Baldwin
3 out of 5 Stars A witch falls in love with a Highlander who fears her powers Good, even though there are a few major plot holes. Would be better if those were ironed out a bit more.
#BookReview: Loki (Highland Clan Series Book 1) by Keira Montclair 4/5 Stars
Loved it, but about halfway through I began to lose interest. It just seemed like the book should have been split into two but kept going, which is why it took me so long to get through it. Still worth a good read.
#ASI: Ellen Chauvet
Hi Ellen, thank you for agreeing to this interview. Discuss your newest book. My newest book is also my first book and is titled “When Darkness Falls”, The First Vampire Redemption Story. It is the first in a series of at least 3 books. It tells the story of Lexie, a vampire executioner who doesn’tContinue reading “#ASI: Ellen Chauvet”