It is always bittersweet to say good-bye to a series/trilogy you have thoroughly enjoyed. Jenn Bennett’s Roaring Twenties trilogy is one I will miss. The final book Grave Phantoms has a friend to lovers’ romance with a forbidden twist that readers have been anxious for from the beginning. Add in the reappearance of a missing yacht and its strange inhabitants and you have the makings of a page-turner.
Riven is the third book in the Lost Imperial series by Tyler Jolley and Sherry D. Ficklin. Riven mirrors the timeline of Prodigal and offered an intense ride. This tale focuses on Ethan and his story held me spellbound from the mysterious Stills to rifting in the future.
Today I am sharing my review of Prodigal the second book in the Lost Imperials series. Back in 2013 I stumbled upon a book with a super cool cover and synopsis, it ended up making my top ten list and introduced me to two authors whose works I now crave and enjoy. That book was Extracted, the first in the Lost Imperials series by Sherry D. Ficklin and Tyler Jolley. Published by Clean Teen this …
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Through my Caffeinated Virtual Assistance Services I am helping to organizing the “What Do You #Crave” Tour for CRAVE, book 1 in the Undone series, an edgy contemporary adult romance by Jennifer Dawson author of the Something New Series. Crave releasing June 1, 2015 and we would love to have you join us!
The Novice by Taran Matharu is the first in the Summoner series and one readers will enjoy. From the stunning cover to the supernatural creatures this young adult fantasy delivered. I will warn you the cliffy is draw dropping but I promise this one is not to be missed.
Wahoo! It is time to begin the Clean Sweep ARC Challenge. I hope you are as excited as I am to tackle those arcs, blog ahead, meet new folks and take part in the month long challenges provided by our Challenge Hosts. Grab your ARCS, get comfy and begin!
Between the awesome cover and the synopsis of Undertow by Michael Buckley, I knew that I had to try this young adult science-fiction fantasy. The first in the Undertow trilogy Buckley did an excellent job of drawing me in and introducing an ocean-dwelling race that has invaded the shores of Coney Island. From prejudice to romance and despite some issues I quickly became caught up in this descriptive, fast-paced tale.
With Spring in full swing I have a tendency to get in a romantic mood. Maybe it’s the green grass, birds singing or a simple as we celebrate our Anniversary in April. Because of that I thought I would share a few of my favorite romances. This wasn’t easy. So I did the simplest of things. Grab a cup of iced tea or coffee and a scone, enjoy and then tell me your favorite romance novels.
The Alchemist’s Daughter by Mary Lawrence is the first in her new Bianca Goddard Mysteries. The tale takes place during the reign of King Henry VIII and offers a heroine who dabbles in forensics as she tries to exonerate herself from murder charges.
Claimed is the second book in the Servants of Fate series by Sarah Fine. Claimed is an adult urban fantasy that is heavy on romance and laced with suspense and action making it perfect for an audio listen. From the world to the attacks on Galena Margolis, Claimed grabbed me and never let go.
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