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Review: The Plot Thickens by Danielle-Claude Ngontangmba

Polliannah's story...
When Polliannah Koch Guryev meets John Allen, she thinks that she's finally found her Price Charming a tall, blond, and handsome banker.
What could go wrong?
John Allen has a job to do and getting closer to the beautiful Miss Koch Guryev is suppose to be a means to an end. But then they fell in love.
He's a hit man with a mission, she's the sister of his targets. What possible future could they have? Now he and his Russian Princess have to leave London for their safety.
But it may already be too late for them.
The first sequel of Bird Of Prey.

Review: Night Aberrations by JD Nelson

**Mature 18+ for explicit adult situations.**
Emelie is betrothed to marry a king.
Any ordinary woman would consider it a fairytale come true.
For Emelie, this is a nightmare made manifest.
When Emelie Andersdotter learns the outcome of a decades-long war hinges on her arranged marriage to an infamous royal known for his dark reputation, she sees no choice but to accept her fate. Resigned to her unavoidable destiny, she travels to her parents' ancestral home under the protection of a trusted family friend, where she prepares to navigate a world ruled by dark magic, mystery, and intrigue.
Nothing can prepare her, however, for the surprising affection she feels for the man she has always thought of as her uncle, Soren Vidar – or for the alluring reality of her intended mate, Kristian Vasen. Powerful and darkly handsome, her betrothed is far from the nightmare she envisioned, and Emelie finds herself torn between the intense pull she feels for her fated mate, and her heart's desire f…

Review: Heart of The Wolf (Eye Of The Storm #3) by Dianna Hardy

The Third book in the erotic, dark paranormal fantasy series, Eye Of The Storm.
Lydia becomes ever closer to her three mates. However, with unrest all around, she is struggling to keep her wolves together for her first full moon, just twenty-four hours away.
A trip back home for Ryan could bring much needed support for them all, but at what cost?
As The Trident close in on Ryan's pack, the pack itself becomes divided over Lydia's presence and Lawrence is encouraged to return as the Alpha.
But they don't know his secret, and he's doubtful of his ability to protect them. Can he fulfill his rightful role, or will his efforts prove fatal?
Meanwhile, among the arid plains of Egypt, in a long-forgotten city, one man is pitting himself against the beast inside him in order to find salvation, one to realise, so much more is at stake then his soul.
(Notes: Book three of a series-it is highly recommended that the books are read in order. This is an adult, paranormal fantasy con…

Review: The Jewel Box

Back in the Sixties while Motown music filled the airwaves, naïve Jill Novak acknowledged her knack for choosing losers when boring Husband Number One vanished, leaving her to support their two-year-old. Afflicted with planning deficit disorder, the perpetual daydreamer soon morphs from small town Kill to sophisticated big city Cherie, but a new name does not a new life bring. In 1969 Houston, Cherie encounters a rogue's gallery of strange, wonderful and sometimes dangerous characters; a suave salesman who turns brutal, a drop-dead gorgeous transsexual, a hairy cop who incorporates fondling girls into his job, a walleyed girl whose peppers inevitably park on men's private parts, a wannabe Mafia hit man, and a warped neighbor whose desires for friendship borders on stalking. But it is two distinctly different men-a middle-age gregarious gambler and a twenty-something gruff intellectual- who jump on board and share Jill-Cherie's rollicking roller coaster ride into the 21st …

Cover Reveal and Giveaway: The Ultimate Betrayal The Tucker Girls Book 1 by Lacey Leigh


Book Release: I Thee Wed by Savannah Leigh

Blurb: Drew and Lily sitting in a tree (or a church garden) K-I-S-S-I-N-G (and then some) First comes sex Then comes marriage Then, well, we’re just not sure what comes next.
Lily Kramer accepted Drew Hamilton’s marriage proposal but it wasn’t a traditional proposal. He wants her to marry him so his mother, who has dementia, will know that he got married. Lily, an over-thirty wedding planner, doesn’t see any other offers of marriage in her future so she accepts. Now she has to plan a wedding that looks and feels like a real wedding, but isn’t.  Drew doesn’t want a relationship, but he wants it to look like he and Lily are married, including living together, so that everyone believes.

Will they be able to pull it off? Will Drew’s mother succumb to the dementia before the wedding? Will Lily be able to shield her heart and still have the wedding of her dreams?
**This is the follow up novel to With This Ring.**
Buy Links:  I Thee Wed
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Thorneless by Mia Michelle Book Blitz and Excerpt

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I hate him..I love him..I hate that I still love him but I do. My parents, my life, my happiness, my heart….he has officially taken all of them from me now. Yes, I am the wilting dying Rose that once belonged to Sebastian Thorne. He had given me back my life, but little did I know he was the very one who had taken it all away from me from the start. I hate him…I love him. 
I never expected Lucas Drake to walk back in my life when I was at my lowest and darkest point. He promises that he will help me heal this pain, but in order to do that he says I need to get away from this town. Maybe he is right. There is nothing here for me anymore but painful memories…and Sebastian. Maybe the only way for this Rose to survive is to do the one impossible thing. I Skylar Rose… must become Thorneless.
Excerpt: About twenty minutes later, he is turning onto an old gravel road that leads to a large pastur…

Blog Tour: Funhouse by Michael Bray and GIVEAWAY!

About the Book
Roll up to the Funhouse, a brand new collection of tales from the author of Whisper, Dark Corners & Meat, Michael Bray. A man who makes an unscheduled stop gets more than he bargained for in ‘CANDYLAND.’ A Group of teens discover a terrible secret on Samsonite farm in ‘SCARECROWS.’ A school yard bully and his former victim reunite with horrifying results in ‘LONG TALL COFFIN.’ A High school party becomes an arachnid nightmare for one unfortunate guest in ‘THE BOY WHO SAW SPIDERS.’ These are just some of the horrors hidden within the darkest recesses of the funhouse. Look closer if you dare, and indulge in these 16 tales of madness, murder, terror and insanity.

Blog Tour: Three Rules: Marie Drake

Quoted from Three Rules:
“I have learned three rules in my life: 1.) The most dangerous people in the world are not always strangers. 2.) The scariest things imaginable are not those that can kill you, but those you can live through. And probably the most prominent: 3.) The most horrible possibility is not what could happen to you, but what you could become – I became a killer.” ~Hope Wellman

Brief Description:
Hope Wellman has a childhood full of horrific memories, a bone chilling recurring nightmare, and a persistent paranoid sense of being followed that she would rather keep repressed. Is evil reaching from beyond the grave to capture the tattered remnants of her soul once and for all, is it only a machination of her disturbed mind, or is there something happening more sinister than even she can imagine?
Attending the funeral of her abuser is the first step in putting her life back together. She struggles with the fact she never told anyone what happened to her, and that the grave th…

Three Rules Blog Tour Review and GIVEAWAY!

Review: Lost in the Seven Worlds by Petronela Ungureanu

Lost in the Seven Worlds is the debut work of Petronela Ungureanu, an avante-garde Romanian writer.
When a young woman finds herself captive in another world, she makes the mistake of falling for one of the disgraced beings. In the name of love, she is confronted with a most disturbing demand and faces a crucial decision. Will she remain lost in the Seven Worlds, or will she accept the challenge of a love beyond mortality?

Review: Erin The Fire Goddess Jo's Story (3.5) by Lavinia Urban

Jo Smith is not your normal human being. Half fairy and half witch, Jo grew up living with her aunt and uncle, along with her cousins. Life seemed to be going good for a change, that was until she met Dr. Hammersmith and the life that was once normal is turned upside down when she agrees to go and work for him.

Jo soon discovers that not all humans are the same, some are unique and special. She is given a mission to keep a close eye on Dr. Hammersmith and look out for a girl called Erin who can help so many people.

Follow the story of Jo and find out what she really does for Dr. Hammersmith.

Review: Knowing Vera by Rachelle Ayala

Vera's dating Zach, casually, not committed, when she discovers her long-departed father is the killer of Zach's mother many years ago.
Meanwhile, Zach reevaluates his life after losing his leg in a tragic accident and realizes he's falling in love with Vera.Can their timing be so wrong? Vera knows the relationship is doomed, but she cannot resist the tugging of her heart and Zach's panty-melting grin.
Caught in a web of family secrets and hidden agendas, Vera and Zach must depend on each other for survival. A dangerous killer is on the loose, and Vera must find the truth, wherever it leads, even if it destroys her chance for love forever.Knowing Vera is suspenseful, cross-cultural romance mixing an unsolved murder, adventure, and hot, steamy love scenes. 

Autumn's Top 10 of 2013

This is my first ever to make a top 10 on my blog, and I am excited to see what books I will add on to this list! I have read so many this year a total of 220 at the moment and still going. It is hard to pick the top 10 heck it is hard to pick the top 20 from all the wonderful books. There have been books that made me cry, feel anger, happy just a range of emotions. 

There is no particular order! Because it would have been hell trying to find the perfect book for number 1. And to make it easier if there is a book that is a series then I will be grouping them together. Makes room for other books. :D To purchase the book please click on the book. If that doesn't work just let me know. 

1.) Saying Goodbye Without Saying Hello. Raebeth McGee-Buda

2.) Hidden Wings by Cameo Renae 

3.) The Gryphon Series by Stacey Rourke

4.) Species Intervention #6609 Series by JK Accinni

5.) The Muse by Kenya Wright