Article 5 by Kristen Simmons

February 29th, 2012 kimbacaffeinate Review 1 Comment

29th Feb
Article 5 by Kristen Simmons

Kristen Simmons debut novel Article 5 blew me away. Set in the United States this post apocalyptic dystopia was gripping and the romance bittersweet. I consumed this book in a few hours and it left me wanting more, wrought with emotion and completely convinced I could never be compliant.

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The Gathering Storm by Robin Bridges

February 28th, 2012 kimbacaffeinate Review 0 Comments

28th Feb
The Gathering Storm by Robin Bridges

The Gathering Storm is the debut novel of Robin Bridges and the first in her Katerina Trilogy. Bridges’ paranormal novel delivers, from the historical aspects of Russia to the supernatural. This was a delightful tale of vampires, fairies, werewolves, witches, necromancers and other supernatural creatures. A combination of Russian history and folklore make this an exciting, addictive read.

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In My Mailbox

February 26th, 2012 kimbacaffeinate Sunday Post 0 Comments

26th Feb
In My Mailbox

In my Mailbox is hosted by The Story Siren. It’s a chance to share books and things we have received, purchased or won. I am trying to do this at least once a month. So without further ado here are some of the things I received over the last month..

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A Perfect Blood by Kim Harrison

February 23rd, 2012 kimbacaffeinate Review 0 Comments

23rd Feb
A Perfect Blood by Kim Harrison

Like many Hollows fans I pre-ordered A Perfect Blood and was counting down the days till its release. I was anxious to get my hands on it and stayed up Monday night just to download it promptly at 12:01. I just wanted to read a few pages; such was my anticipation.  It took me three sessions to complete this novel, as the gods and life worked against me. Now that I’ve finished, I am glad because I had a chance to savor it. Now I find myself, stuck right back where I was on Monday…waiting for the next Hollows release..sheesh.  A Perfect Blood, had a blended feel of earlier novels and newer ones as Rachel dealt with being a demon and spent much of the novel with limited powers. As always I loved my trip back to the Hollows.

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What She Doesn’t Know by Lina Gardiner

February 22nd, 2012 kimbacaffeinate Review 0 Comments

22nd Feb
What She Doesn’t Know by Lina Gardiner

What She Doesn’t Know is a romantic suspense novel, that takes place primarily on an isolated island of the Bay of Fundy. Gardiner known for her paranormal romances delivers a suspenseful tale, filled with a secret society and a group of greedy thugs who want to uncover treasure. I quickly became engrossed in the tale and its characters.

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Heart of Gold by Robin Lee Hatcher

February 22nd, 2012 kimbacaffeinate Review 0 Comments

22nd Feb
Heart of Gold by Robin Lee Hatcher

Heart of Gold by Robin Lee Hatcher is a delightful faith-based historical romance. This novel takes place in Grand Coeur, part of the Idaho Territory during the Civil War. It touches on the north and the south, immigration, and accepting through faith people from all walks of life. At its heart it shares the struggles of Shannon Adair as she follows her heart.

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The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey

February 20th, 2012 kimbacaffeinate Review 0 Comments

20th Feb
The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey

The Snow Child is Eowyn Ivey debut novel and it is absolutely breathtaking. Set in 1920’s Alaska, and based on a Russian fairytale this lyrical tale stole my heart. Ivey expertly crafts characters and paints a world that immediately draws you in. Set against the harsh and beautiful landscape of Alaska and laced with magic, hope, and fairy dust; I will never look at snow the same way again.

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Mist by J. L. Wilson

February 18th, 2012 kimbacaffeinate Review 0 Comments

18th Feb
Mist by J. L. Wilson

Mist is a compelling psychological thriller that captivated me from page one. Wilson takes us on a suspenseful ride as we enter the life of Carolyn O’Malley; the woman who escaped from the sadistic serial killer known as the Groom. The tale was fast paced, with twist and a little romance. I read this over two evenings.

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Downfall by Terri Blackstock

February 17th, 2012 kimbacaffeinate Review 0 Comments

17th Feb
Downfall by Terri Blackstock

Terri Blackstock’s Intervention series has been a hit with her fans. The last book in this series is entitled Downfall and it is a captivating, suspenseful, murder mystery. Blackstock captured me on page one and I consumed this story in a little less than three hours.

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