Saturday, 31 August 2013

Review: Viral Nation by Shaunta Grimes


Synopsis: After a virus claimed nearly the entire global population, the world changed. The United States splintered into fifty walled cities where the surviving citizens clustered to start over. The Company, which ended the plague by bringing a life-saving vaccine back from the future, controls everything. They ration the scant food and supplies through a lottery system, mandate daily doses of virus suppressant, and even monitor future timelines to stop crimes before they can be committed.

Brilliant but autistic, sixteen-year-old Clover Donovan has always dreamed of studying at the Waverly-Stead Academy. Her brother and caretaker, West, has done everything in his power to make her dream a reality. But Clover’s refusal to part with her beloved service dog denies her entry into the school. Instead, she is drafted into the Time Mariners, a team of Company operatives who travel through time to gather news about the future.

When one of Clover’s missions reveals that West’s life is in danger, the Donovans are shattered. To change West’s fate, they’ll have to take on the mysterious Company. But as its secrets are revealed, they realize that the Company’s rule may not be as benevolent as it seems. In saving her brother, Clover will face a more powerful force than she ever imagined… and will team up with a band of fellow misfits and outsiders to incite a revolution that will change their destinies forever.


Review:I was given a free copy on Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
Before Clover was born a deadly virus had took over and it killed millions of people. 
Days after Clover was born a suppressant was discovered by going through a portal and landing two years in the future.
It was too late for Clovers mother who died seconds before their door was knocked with the suppressant but Clover's father and brother were saved.
After her father had to go to work Clover and her brother West were taken care off  by their neighbor and once their neighbor was too old West looked after Clover giving up his own dreams so Clover wouldn't  be sent to foster city.
when Clover is accepted into the Academy with full boarding she is over the moon and so is her brother who can now go in for  better job and watch his young sister getting an education.
The story is told in both Clover and West's POV and changes regularly through the book so you can really get into their heads and see how strong the bond between them is.

I loved reading this and really can't wait to read more bout Clover and West's journey.

Friday, 30 August 2013

Book Review and Giveaway starring: WHERE I END AND YOU BEGIN by Andra Brynn

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In Japan, they say there’s a red thread of fate that binds people who are destined to meet, regardless of time, place, or circumstance. It may tangle, it may knot, it may stretch or fray, but it will never break. It is a future as indelible as the past.

I hope that isn't true. I pity anyone destined to meet me.

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For Bianca Ray, the past is always catching up, one way or another. Now in her third semester at college, it's doing it again. Too much drinking has led to plummeting grades and rising absences, putting her scholarships in peril. When she makes it clear that she needs help—all over the floor of her history class—she’s given one last chance to shape up: seek therapy and bring her grades up by the end of the semester, or she’s out.

Enter Catholic seminarian Daniel McGuire. The last thing Bianca wants is an aspiring priest to counsel her on how to live her life, but the handsome graduate student is different from the holy rollers she fled from at home. Gentle and unobtrusive, he helps her pick up the pieces and find a new way to live: not running from the past, but facing it head on. 

But opening up her heart to release the pain means that something else can come in. As Bianca and Daniel grow closer, their relationship moves onto dangerous ground and the fragile courage Bianca has built up threatens to fail her. Can she exorcise the ghosts of her past, or will they catch hold and drag her down where not even Daniel can reach her?



***Copy kindly provided by author in exchange for an honest review***

“And just like that I’m falling and it all comes crashing back in like the bursting windows of a sinking ship and I’m drowning in the terror and the helplessness, the cold, and the despair, and I’m on my knees and I can’t breathe, and I’ll never get past it, it will always come back, I will never escape, never escape never escape, never never never never never never never fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck FUCK

Wow. I don’t even know how useful this review is going to be because, well, my mind is…completely blown. I’m shocked. Speechless. Why-did-I-not-read-this-earlier going through my head so this may be more of an emotional vent than review. This isn’t the typical NA book I usually read, and quite honestly, I forgot my ultimate book boyfriends when I read this book. My three T’s (Travis, Trent, and T.J.) were whooshed out of my mind; heck, I even forgot about effin Will Cooper!!! There was only Bianca and Daniel, Daniel and Bianca, and their all-out consuming story that made me reevaluate all of my preconceived notions I had about this book.

“The strength of emotion unresolved in life can tie a ghost to this world, just as surely as a violent death will. An emotion so uncontrollable that it takes on a life of its own. They haunt the places they died, tied to this world, and everyone who touches them is infected with the disease of their feelings.”


“Ghosts who mourn. Ghosts who hate. Ghosts who covet, ghosts who desire. Envy, greed, lust, unrequited love. Resentment. Loneliness. Sometimes it seems that just about any feeling at all could turn you into a ghost.”

Let’s just get one thing straight. I hate ghosts. The idea is just preposterous. They’re not even real, for goodness sake. If I don’t hate them, I make fun of them. You can probably imagine my reaction when the very first page smacked me with a ghost story. Yeah. Except…I was intrigued. Hesitant, yes, but wanting to know more because of the way Andra weaved it into the story. To see what made this Bianca chick tick. And then, HOLY HELL!!! Let’s just say I will NEVER see ghosts the same way again nor will I make fun of them. Andra has this special writing style that just sucks you in like a hurricane. It had a mix of Colleen Hoover and J.M. Darhower, but her voice is completely fresh, unique, incredibly attention-grabbing, and her own. It’s just…really hard to explain. Either way, it takes A LOT for me to read about ghosts when I effin hate them, erm, used to hate, so that says something about Andra’s writing. 

“I am everyone’s bad example, the horrible warning that they can avoid if they’re good enough, strong enough, believe in God, give money to hobos, pet kittens. I mean, I must have donesomething. And I have. I’ve drunk a shit ton of alcohol. But they never think, Where did it start? They never think,Would I do it too, if I knew the same things?

Bianca (let’s just go with this name) Ray is a college scholarship student who suffers from extreme depression and alcohol abuse. She drowns out her sorrows with drinking and sleeping around with guys, and though this type of heroine is quite common in books, her pain stemmed from a completely different aspect that I’ve never read about before. For one, I could never put my finger down on exactly what she was running from. Was it her mother? Parental abuse? Father issues? Some kind of traumatic event? Turns out it was a combination of all of the above. And I didn’t even realize it until she actually blurted the truth out to Daniel. Just when I thought I was done with the ghost talk, then BAM!! I was just amazed at how shocked I was. The pieces all started to fit together and the truth, the real truth, slammed into me so hard my heart flew up to my throat. 

“Just imagine dying, especially after a violent death. The pain’s been arcing through you, burning away your rational thought, fear clawing your sanity to shreds, and then…bliss. Peace. No more pain. No more worries. No more money troubles, or broken hearts. No more painful memories. All of that gone.”


“You have escaped the bonds of your body, slipped free of its vagaries and lusts and hurts and needs. Then you open your ethereal eyes, and everything is exactly the same.”


Oh no, you’d think. Not this shit again.

Can you imagine that pain, that anguish? To think that you finally are released from all your worries, all sorrows, only to open your eyes to see it in front of you, taunting you? God, Bianca…I am not ashamed to say that I cried lots for her. Big, fat, ugly tears. With snot. 

“Daniel is really hot, but to me it’s sort of overshadowed by his personality, which is…almost odd, because if there’s anything Daniel seems like, it’s gentle. He’s gentle in spirit. He’s not hard like me, not full of nails and bile. He’s just sweet, and kind, and a good person.”

That is actually a perfect description of Daniel. Oh, and he’s a priest-in-training. That was in the blurb, but silly me didn’t read that so I was pleasantly surprised when Daniel admitted his soon-to-be occupation. I actually giggled, no hooted, with laughter alongside Bianca because, well, it’s just so darn funny. Talk about opposites attracting each other! Daniel is such a refreshing character to read about and I had this strange notion to protect him, to shield him from all the badness in the world. Not sure how I’m going to fit his name into ultimate book boyfriend hall with my three T’s but I’ll work that out.

One more thing!! I couldn’t just leave this review without mentioning humor!! For such a somber tale, the little snippets of funniness really brightened my day. I just LOVE the banter between Bianca and Daniel and holy schmolies, only Andra could make the seven deadly sins into something hilarious. Is there anything this woman can’t do??!!

“You just drank the sauce?”
“Why not? I paid for it. It tastes good. I’m not going to let it go to waste. That’s…I’m sure that’s some kind of sin.”
“Yeah, but drinking it was gluttony.”
“Wrath. I’m feeling wrath right now.”
“Pride.”
“Sloth.”
“Sloth?”
“I had the impulse to slap you silly, but I was too lazy to do it.”
“You’d slap this sweet face?”
“You really are full of pride.” 

*Sigh* I really didn’t want this book to end, and though the ending left me secure and satisfied, I sincerely hope that Andra writes a sequel, or companion novel to follow this one. I’ll even settle for an extra chapter!!! Or a Daniel POV scene? This book, hands down, definitely made my list of best books of 2013. 

***5+++++ PHENOMENAL STARS!!!!!*** 

Side note: I was listening to Heartbreaker-Abbi Glines when reading most of this book. It’s weird, listening to one author’s book song for another book, but I thought the song really captured the tone and mood of this book! 


Now for the giveaway!! Enter below for 2 ebook copies of Where I End and You Begin by Andra Brynn. Giveaway starts at midnight 8/31.


Good luck!


Cover Reveal for: FIRST STRIKE by Pamela Clare

One of my all-time favorite romantic suspense authors has given us an early gift!!! Set as the erotic prequel to STRIKING DISTANCE (I-team #6), I give you the cover of FIRST STRIKE:


YUP!! This one won't feature any of the other I-team members, but rather focus on the brief relationship Javier and Laura have before her horrific kidnapping in STRIKING DISTANCE. 

This book will be out by October 1 as an ebook-only special, be about 15,000 words long, and only .99 cents.


Book review starring: NOCTURNE by Andrea Randall and Charles Sheehan-Miles

Look at the GORGEOUS cover:



Savannah Marshall is a gifted flutist and daughter of musical royalty when she enrolls in the elite New England Conservatory of Music. Brilliant, eclectic and passionate, she lives music, but struggles with her plans for the future.

Gregory Fitzgerald is one of the most renowned cellists of his generation. A member of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and professor at the Conservatory, he is laser focused on his career to the exclusion of friends, family and especially romance.

When Gregory and Savannah’s paths cross in the classroom, it threatens to challenge more than their wildly differing beliefs on music. Friendships, ethics, and careers are put on the line as Gregory and Savannah play a symphony of passion and heartbreak. 

In the final movement, Gregory and Savannah are handed their greatest challenge, as the loss of absolutely everything they’ve held as truths hangs in the balance.


MY REVIEW:


Yup. This book really did a number on me. It ripped my freaking heart out, tore it into tiny pieces and stuffed them in four different corners of the world. Be prepared to be challenged, emotionally and morally; pack up your boundaries because there are none in the book; bring out the tissues, tequila, vodka, and anything else strong enough to pull you through this devastatingly beautiful love story because you’re going to need it. 

It only took me a second to read the prelude and I.WAS.HOOKED. Captivated. Ensnared by the seductive writing style and incredibly detailed characters. Savannah and Gregory couldn’t be any more different from each other, yet so similar in their determination to uphold their own beliefs, own morals. 

“He wanted us to play by all the rules that held his brain in his head. Rules that would make our compositions indistinguishable from the composer at hand. As much fun as that sounded, I was determined to breathe new life into old music. To keep it alive and fluid and moving. Snobby professor-be-damned.”

Savannah is carefree. Gregory is structured. Savannah is fiery. Gregory is indifferent. And yet…these two individuals can’t help but feel an attraction towards one another. And their connection is so….intense. Dynamic. And emotionally agonizing to read. 

“In truth, I felt as connected to him as I’d ever felt with anyone. What we created between the two of us was so much bigger than what either of us did alone. I literally felt the walls of my ego and isolation fall away, leaving me open, raw…and vulnerable. I felt ecstatic. Beautiful. In love.”

There were MANY times in the book I just wanted to stop reading because of how brutal the characters’ circumstances were. The book is split into 2 parts, not purposely so, but as part of the progression of the story and the characters’ lives. Just when I thought there was going to be a breakthrough….BAM. I seriously felt as if the authors slapped me in the face. Purposely taunting me. Dangling a thin thread of hope that seemed to be out of reach. 

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As heartbroken as I felt, I continued on because, well, it’s kind of impossible NOT to, for so, so many reasons.

“But it wasn’t the physical impact…it was the emotional. Everything had changed. Again. We’d broken all the rules…then set new ones, and then broke those.”

This book really tested me. Tested my patience, my morals, my boundaries. Pushed and pounded against them until I finally relented. I rejoiced in the unacceptable, relished the forbidden. It got to a point where I just didn’t care what society expected of Savannah and Gregory, didn’t care about the reality of their lives. I wanted them to indulge and explore their relationship, their bond, their connection. 

“He’d gone off the course of our program. His eyes didn’t move from mine as he played. He was begging me to say yes. To agree to a life with him that had no certainty, no clear future. Gregory stripped himself bare to me on that stage, going against his musical boundaries, pushing his personal limits, and he was asking me, again…”


Say yes.

Savannah and Gregory’s emotional ride overwhelmed me. I felttheir pain, their longing, their love. I was knocked off my feet, constantly, and I’ve never felt so much fury and frustration towards a book before. I definitely can’t rate this book like I normally do, so I’m going to break it down:

Writing: 5+ Stars
Emotion: 5+ Stars
Story: 3 Stars
Savannah: 5 Stars
Gregory: 3.5 Stars

Overall: 4.5 STARS!!! 


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Wednesday, 28 August 2013

Slide by Jill Hathaway: Book Review

Slide (Slide, #1)Genre: YA Paranormal Mystery
Published: March 27th 2012
Rating: 3.75/5 stars
Source: Bought
Vee Bell is certain of one irrefutable truth--her sister's friend Sophie didn't kill herself. She was murdered.

Vee knows this because she was there. Everyone believes Vee is narcoleptic, but she doesn't actually fall asleep during these episodes: When she passes out, she slides into somebody else's mind and experiences the world through that person's eyes. She's slid into her sister as she cheated on a math test, into a teacher sneaking a drink before class. She learned the worst about a supposed "friend" when she slid into her during a school dance. But nothing could have prepared Vee for what happens one October night when she slides into the mind of someone holding a bloody knife, standing over Sophie's slashed body.

Vee desperately wishes she could share her secret, but who would believe her? It sounds so crazy that she can't bring herself to tell her best friend, Rollins, let alone the police. Even if she could confide in Rollins, he has been acting distant lately, especially now that she's been spending more time with Zane.

Enmeshed in a terrifying web of secrets, lies, and danger and with no one to turn to, Vee must find a way to unmask the killer before he or she strikes again.

My Thoughts: Slide really surprised me. To be honest, I was expecting a predictable but interesting novel but what I got was the complete opposite. Having no experience with mystery novels, I did not predict half the plot twists that occurred in this book. I thought this book was interesting, thrilling and just a little bit crazy (but in the good way).

Upon reading the synopsis. I assumed that this book would be fairly simple. A girl single-handedly solves a mystery and becomes the classic hero everyone expects and loves. I was totally wrong. Slide is filled with mystery and an unsolvable crime. As the evidence piles up, the book becomes even more mysterious until everything clicks indescribably in the reader's mind. As unpredictable as the book was, I was expecting a more shocking ending and a confusing but logical motive. I thought that the motive for the murder, no matter how crazy, was unjustified. It was unrelateable and frankly, too coincidental.

The characters of Slide were well written. I was surprised that the main character of this book did not appall me (I usually hate the main characters,especially the heroines). I really enjoyed reading this book through Vee's point of view, even if some of her actions were a little stupid. I also enjoyed reading about the minor characters like Rollins, Mattie and Vee's father. As much as I liked Vee, I would have loved to get to read more about the minor characters. This book mainly focused on Vee's past with her mother and her sister getting over her friend's death. It was a little repetitive at times and sometimes annoying. I found myself skimming the flashbacks versus actually enjoying them.

I am really glad that this book has a sequel (that I will definitely be reading) because I want to learn more about the minor characters and I thought that the ending of Slide was a little too abrupt. Overall, I enjoyed Slide due to unpredictable plot twists, great minor characters and a heroine that seemed somewhat relatable. I will definitely be reading the sequel sometime in the foreseeable future.

-Shelly

Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Review/Spotlight: Apocalyptic Moon by Eva Gordon

Eva Gordon




I write fantasy and paranormal novels with a strong romantic element. I love to create stories that combine my passion for mythology, romance and werewolf lore. Under my nom de plume, Sadie Winstone, I write steampunk and Victorian era historical and alternative novels.

And to satisfy my taste for the zombie/werewolf genres, Apocalyptic Moon, by The Wild Rose Press an epic paranormal romance, is officially released: May 10, 2013. Available on all formats on Amazon,
August 20, 2013. Book 1 in the epic fantasy historical paranormal, Wolf Maiden Chronicles Saga.

More works to follow.


Apocalyptic Moon


Dr. Dora Adler's life has been in disarray since the beginning of the zombie apocalypse, but when she gets bitten by one of the undead, her whole world is turned upside down. Held captive in a secret underground lab, the tall, muscular hunk in the next cell is her only hope for salvation. Unfortunately, he claims to be a werewolf. Yeah, and she's supposedly a witch.

Dirk Gunderson is an alpha Arbor pack werewolf. Captured and collared, he's sold to the zombie lab in hopes his blood serum can create a vaccine. He needs to escape, but not without the hot little brunette witch.

In the midst of enemy werewolves and the hordes of undead, Dirk and Dora's sexual tension ignites a blaze hotter than the desert highway. Along their journey, they battle the inevitable: a werewolf must never take a witch as a mate.





Review as part of a book tour and I recieved a free copy in exchange for an honest review.



4*

Dr. Dora Adler is turning 27 but there is nothing to celebrate as for generations the first born women in her family die on or around their 27th birthday so Dora isn't to surprised when she is bitten by a zombie. What does surprise her is that she doesn't turn into a zombie herself and because Dora is immune she is taken to a lab to be tested. While locked up in the lab se meets Dirk who is also immune and is a werewolf. They come up with  plan to escape. 

Overall a great read and highly recommend to fans of paranormal and zombie apocalypse books. They charcters where easy to connect with and I loved the writing style. will definitely be reading more books by Eva Gordon in the future.


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Monday, 12 August 2013

Great deal on The Keatyn Chronicles books by Jillian Dodd


Until the 17th of August Jillian Dodd has lowered the prices of the KC books so if you have been wanting to read these great books now if the best time to buy them. 

This is a very highly recommended series and although it is a YA series Its great for readers of all ages.

STALK ME -Keatyn has everything she ever dreamed. Her life is following the script she wrote for the perfect high school experience. She's popular, goes to the best parties, dates the hottest guy, and sits at the most-coveted lunch table. 

She's just not sure she wants it anymore.

Because, really, things aren't all that perfect.
Her best friend is threatening to tell everyone her perfect relationship is a scam. 
Her perfect boyfriend gets drunk at every party they go to. 
It's exhausting always trying to look and act perfect.
And, deep down, she isn't sure if she has any true friends. 

To add to the drama, her movie star mom has a creepy stalker. 
A hot, older man flirts with her and tells her they should make a movie together.
And she's crushing on an adorable surfer. Dating him would mean committing social suicide.

So she writes a new script. One where all the pieces of her life will come together in perfect harmony. 
But little does she know, there's someone who will do anything to make sure that doesn't happen.




KISS ME - I've always written scripts for my perfect life.
But no way could I have ever scripted this.
My life is so far from perfect, it’s not even funny.
All because of a stalker.

I’m at a boarding school where I have to lie about who I am.
I can’t see my family.
I’m tutoring a Hottie God that tortures me with his smile.
The most popular girl already hates me.
But there’s this boy.
This hot, sweet, sexy boy.
So I’m going to stop trying to script my life and just live it.
Because who knows how long I have left.


DATE ME - I’m not scripting my life anymore. 
I’m living it.
I’m done with the God of all Hotties. 
I’m going to give my heart to the boy who I think deserves it.
The boy whose kisses are hotter than molten lava. 
The boy who offered me the key to his heart.
The boy who asked me to Homecoming in a big, sexy way.

There are so many things to look forward to. 
Parties at the Cave. Homecoming festivities. Drama Tryouts. Shopping trips to NY. 
But things aren’t always as perfect as they seem.
I find out that my best friend has been keeping a secret from me. 
Not that I can blame him. 
I have secrets too. 
But, for now, I’m going to pretend I’m just a normal girl. 
I’m going to pretend he’s not still out there.
I’m going to pretend he’s not getting desperate. 
I’m going to pretend I’ll never see him again. 
But, I will. 
And this time, I might not get away.


LOVE ME - My mom says that you can’t love someone until you learn to love yourself. 
So even though Vincent is getting more and more scary. 
Even though he’s doing a nationwide search for me.
I’m going to learn to love myself. 

Well, I’m going to try. 
Mostly, I want a boy to love me. 
But which one?

Dawson - The gorgeous boy who made a mistake, but whose molten lava kisses and steaminess I can’t freaking resist. 
or 
Aiden - The God of all Hotties, who is practically infused with love potion. Who I thought liked me, but now says he wants to be my friend. 
or 
Brooklyn - The boy that first stole my heart. Who has always loved me. Well, until the whole cabana incident.

I mean, it was bad enough when there was sort of a love triangle, but now that I’m talking to B again, it’s like I’m in a love rectangle, or a rhombus, or something.

Oh, and did I mention Cooper Steele? 
The new soccer coaching, health teaching, tattooed hunk?
Who Garrett sent to school to guard my body. 
I mean, be my bodyguard. 

But back to loving me. 
I should forget about boys and worry about me. 
Love me.
Like, eventually.

Review: Love Me - The Keatyn Chronicles #4 by Jillian Dodd

6*

So Love me was released yesterday and  I was not happy at all! Why was I unhappy? because thanks to my stupid computer needing a new charger I had to spen my book money *Cries* but luckily for me one of the very kind members from the KC Addicts group on facebook (Join if you love this series its great) gifted me a copy through Amazon so THANK YOU!!! so much Mandy you are amazing.

Anyway on to my review.

As usual with books written by Jillian Dodd (who happens to be one of the best authors EVER!) I was Crying, Laughing, Swooning, Drooling with some more Laughing, Crying and plenty more Drooling and Swooning. One minute i'd be shouting be with AIDEN you know he's perfect for you (which I was through most of the book) and then I was taken back to when I read Stalk Me and was wishing for B (just a little) then it was Dawson I wanted he to be with (which is funny because I have NEVER wanted her with Dawson before he just didn't do it for me until now) and now I don't know who she should choose because they are all right for her in some way and that not even getting into all the other hotties Keatyn spends her time with (Is it bad I want her life?). 
Keatyn goes through quite a hard time but it really makes her grow and I think she really is learning to love herself and she is growing into a great young woman she has made a lot of mistakes and bad decisionsIn  her life but she really is learning from them and I was so proud of her in the end. 
I don't wan't to say anymore about the awesomeness of this book because I would end up spoiling it for the people who haven't had a chance to read it yet but I will say it is one of the best additions to the series yet and I really can not wait to read adore me in November. 

November is so far away :( 
WHY!!
YOU CAN'T LEAVE ME AT THAT UNTIL NOVEMBER!!!!!!
I need to know what her reaction to that is!!!!

And if your wondering what i'm talking about then you really NEED to read Love Me right now. You HAVE to see that ending! 
It's even better than the end of Date Me!!


If you haven't read Stalk Me (The Keatyn Chronicles #1) then you should and it is FREE on Amazon


Stalk Me - 
Amazon UK FREE
Amazon US FREE
Amazon Canada FREE

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Thursday, 8 August 2013

Behind on reviews

I am not accepting anymore requests for reviews at this moment as I have many to read right into September and due to problems with my laptop charger (if that is the problem) and its bad attitude towards working a lot of the time I am having trouble getting on to post my reviews. I am able to borrow another laptop until my new charger comes through and I picked the dates needed for book tours so they will be up on time but some other reviews will be a little later than expected ( I will try to get them up early when possible) but until I finish the reviews I'm scheduled to do now I will sadly not be accepting any books .

Review: Under A Spell - Underworld Detection Agency #5 by Hannah Jayne

4*

Received a free copy on netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
When I requested this book I thought it looked really good but had no idea it was part of a series so I ended up buying books 1-4 and will have reviews up of those books at some point.
Under A Spell was a great addition to tho the Underworld Detection Agency series. This by far was the best in the series which i felt got to a slow start and had difficulties reading book one but it was worth it as the series grew and now I'm addicted. So glad to have come across this book on netgalley  as I now have a new author to follow. Highly recommended to lovers of Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance.



Friday, 2 August 2013

Review: Midnight Frost - Mythos Academy #5 by Jennifer Estep

3*

Recieved a free copy on Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
Having loved the first four books in this series i was really excited when i got accepted to read this one a little early but I was a little disappointed. I felt Midnight Frost started off a little slow and it took a while for me to get into it unlike the previous books which captured me right away. It also took me a lot longer to read. 
Not much going on really but I wasn't put off enough to not buy the next book in this series as I still wan't to find out what will happen.
Don't let this review put you off reading the series it really is a great series and this book isn't really all that bad just not as good as the others.