Thursday, June 26, 2014

Review: Being Dracula's Widow by Faith Marlow

I am BACK!!!! *yes, you should ALL run now!!* I am finally done with my pharmacology final and now I will start the painstaking slowly road getting back into things; I have books to read, reviews to write, emails to respond on, giveaways happening on my Facebook page and books to write! Ok, really - back to schedule!!! I thought I would start with this absolutely amazing book - ENJOY!!

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Cover Reveal: Torn Between Two Worlds (The Guardians Book #1) by Lexi Ostrow

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Title: Torn Between Two Worlds
Author: Lexi Ostrow
Publisher: Hot Ink Press
Release Date: July 15, 2014
Cover Artist: Riley Steel
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Release Day Blitz: Glimpse of Destiny by Samantha Ketteman

It is Samantha Ketteman's release day of Glimpse of Destiny! *Woho! Happy dancing*
Let me tell you a bit about the book and give you an excerpt from it.
Also make sure you drop by her FB party:

Release Day Blitz: Light & Sweet (The Sacred Hearts Coven #2) by Felicia Starr

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The sisters of the Sacred Hearts Coven are at it again... This time sister Maiden Esmeralda asks her sisters to help her cast a spell to help friend and cafĂ© patron Lilly fill her heart with something that lasts more than one date. Lilly has spent the better part of a year going on one blind date after another. Esmeralda think she knows the perfect guy for her. The only problem is that she doesn’t want to set them up on another blind date. If only she could get them to meet in the coffee shop they both frequent on a daily basis. When things don’t quite go right with Esmeralda’s spell, she doesn’t know what to do. Will some enchanted salted caramel syrup be enough to heat up Lilly’s love life, or will it lose steam? Her heart’s desires might only be a cup of coffee away.

Friday, June 6, 2014

Review: Craving Red by Rosalind Scarlett

Craving Red is a retell of Little Red Riding Hood, and I was excited to receive it from Rosalind. Rosalind normally weaves a tale that makes my heart beat faster and my toes curl.

This is the first time I’ve read one of Rosalind’s stories and didn’t quite like it. Now, don’t get me wrong. The style is still very much Rosalind, and it is captivating writing, but… Yes, there is a but. One I need to address.

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Review: Unelmoija: The Dreamshifter by Elle Boca

Amy is in hiding after the escape from the kidnappers. Her mother and Amy got away, but they have no idea where Amy’s sister are. If she escaped, or got caught as well. Amy’s mother sets out to find her other daughter, cautioning Amy to stay safe and not poke her head up too high. Which wasn’t on her agenda. But then she ran into her long lost father, finding a new friend; Duncan, learning more about her abilities, getting shot at, and the prophecy.