Month: November 2015

Beyond Her Words by Bink Cummings

Posted November 17, 2015
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Beyond Her Words by Bink Cummings

After reading The MC Chronicles, I truly didn’t know what to expect with this read, and reading the first few pages of this book I didn’t think that Beyond Her Words was going to cut it for me. It wasn’t until I hit chapter two that I started craving every page, paragraph, and word that was written. I honestly can’t explain the change of heart or mind, it kind of freaked me out too, but was I glad that I started enjoying the story. I think I have the same obsession with Scottish men as this author does, because I’ve been entertaining thoughts of wanting to jump in these pages and fight Maggie for Lachlan. I wanted to dog-hump this man’s leg (bad visual?), to lick his beard, and swim in a pool of his accent alone. While at the same time I seriously wanted to drive my cleat footed […]

Play Dirty by L.P. Maxa

Posted November 11, 2015
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Play Dirty by L.P. Maxa

What does one do with a broken, barely hanging on rockstar and a stiff physician assistant who needs to be taught to let loose? Well according to L.P. Maxa’s Play Dirty, you place said physician assistant in close proximity with said rockstar who’s sex appeal is off the charts and let their personalities and pheromones (as Dylan likes to say) take control and play the game that few have been able to resist. Other than Smith’s drug problem I didn’t know much about him, or enough about him that mattered. That’s why I thought that Luke’s book would’ve been next after Play Nice, because we learned more about his background and some of the issues he’s presently dealing with, but the mystery of who Smith was and where he came from had me wrecking my brain for possible turns his story could take. In all ways this book touched me, […]

Reap by Tillie Cole

Posted November 10, 2015
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Reap by Tillie Cole

After finishing Raze I didn’t think that another character, or story like Reap, could threaten the place in my heart that had Luca’s name stamped on it, but Zaal gave him a run for his money. Zaal’s story was so heart-breaking, if you were to compare them, almost more heart breaking than Luca’s before he was reunited with his family. When the revelation of how jacked up Zaal’s story was, thanks to Luca, I almost couldn’t take it. Thoughts of the possibility that Zaal might not be able to survive the pain that had been such big part of his life, until meeting Luca and Talia, that I was so ready to close the book and taking a breather. “You are twenty-nine, Zaal. That man, that sick man you call ‘Master’ has held you captive for over twenty years.” While Zaal and Talia’s story kept me engaged and cemented their […]

Reaper’s Fall by Joanna Wylde

Posted November 9, 2015
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Reaper’s Fall by Joanna Wylde

Never, never, never could I have imagined how Painter and Melanie’s story was going to play out. The opening scene in Reaper’s Fall, had me stuck to my reading device, and then left me like, “What The Heck”when it went back to Painter being in jail?! After I calmed down, though, the questions that the opening scene left me with started hounding me. I needed to know how Melanie and Painter finally got together and then ended up where they were in that opening scene. One would think, or at least I did, that Melanie would be this naive adult (borderline young adult) as we’ve seen from Jessica and Becca, but thank goodness she wasn’t. I will have to do a re-read of the series to be sure, but I truly believe she’s the best heroine out of the Reapers MC, and the Silver Valley spin-off series. Her and Painter were […]

River of Deceit by Sasha Marshall

Posted November 7, 2015
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River of Deceit by Sasha Marshall

I don’t know if it was the brattiness of Sasha Marshall’s fans or not that prompted her to post chapters either daily or weekly on Wattpad weeks before River of Deceit’s release but I am grateful. Being able to read this book before it’s publication helped me to know that there were still books that aren’t trying to fit in with the other popular books, but is just trying to tell a story about characters that touch the author’s heart (at the time of River of Deceit’s reading I had been reading some crappy books and I really needed a reboot). Like many of Sasha Marshall’s fans who read the end of Walking Back to Georgia I was practically ripping my hair out and contemplating stalking strategies to get River of Deceit in my hands as soon as possible to see what happens next between Kip and Henley (Kipley as […]

Coup De Grace by Lani Lynn Vale

Posted November 4, 2015
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Coup De Grace by Lani Lynn Vale

I hate repeating myself but in the case of this series and author I don’t mind at all…Coup De Grace was amazing! I have been waiting and also dreading Michael’s book since Double Tap, when it was made known that there was some drama that needed to be ironed out between Nikki and himself. As the story progressed I truly believe that I was in a state of shock because the story went too quickly for me and I felt like I was in a daze as I was reading it. Is it possible to be in a reading coma as you’re reading a book?! It must be because that the only way I can describe my reading state as I was reading Coup De Grace. I can’t remember exactly which book, in this series, where it was made known that Michael was bipolar, but I think it’s cool that […]