Category: Book Reviews

Mini Review: Bittersweet (True North, #1) by Sarina Bowen

Posted on April 22, 2017 in Book Reviews || 0 Comments
Mini Review: Bittersweet (True North, #1) by Sarina Bowen

I knew I had to read Bittersweet as soon as I saw “mountain men” in the description. And while it wasn’t quite what I was expecting, I really enjoyed it for what it was! Which is a farmer-foodie Romance! Griff and Audrey use to hook up in college. Now, he’s running his family’s farm and making hard cider while she’s interning with a big restaurant group. Unfortunately for Audrey, she’s not placed in a kitchen. She’s sent out to buy produce for their farm-to-table program, which has her reuniting with Griff as she tries to negotiate the price of his famous cider.

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Review: Ascension (Tangled Axon, #1) by Jacqueline Koyanagi

Posted on April 20, 2017 in Book Reviews || 1 Comment
Review: Ascension (Tangled Axon, #1) by Jacqueline Koyanagi

Ascension was quite the adventure! Alana dreams of working on a skyship. She’s stuck on land, doing repairs, but she wants to be up in the sky. Then someone comes looking for her sister, and Alana takes a chance. Instead of just telling them where Nova is, she stows away on their ship, and then tries to bargain for a job. It doesn’t quite go according to plan, but Alana’s on the ship and they’re on their way to pick up her sister. At least until a planet blows up and the missile was apparently shot from their own ship, marking them as terrorists.

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Review: The Edge of the Abyss (The Abyss Surrounds Us, #2) by Emily Skrutskie

Posted on April 18, 2017 in Book Reviews || 2 Comments
Review: The Edge of the Abyss (The Abyss Surrounds Us, #2) by Emily Skrutskie

The Edge of the Abyss was a great, action packed follow up to The Abyss Surrounds Us! It starts three weeks later and Cas is officially part of Santa Elena’s crew. She’s still struggling with previous events, particularly those involving Swift, but she’s getting by. But then their ship is attacked by a rogue Reckoner. Where did it come from? Why did it attack without signals? Apparently there’s been several sightings, and that can only mean bad things for the oceans, pirates, and civilians.

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Review: Strong Signal (Cyberlove, #1) by Megan Erickson and Santino Hassell

Posted on April 17, 2017 in Book Reviews || 0 Comments
Review: Strong Signal (Cyberlove, #1) by Megan Erickson and Santino Hassell

What happens when a professional gamer kills the character of a deployed servicemen in an MMO? They fall in love, of course! Strong Signal was so geeky, sexy, and sweet! Garrett has been in the Army for nearly eight years and is on his second tour. He’s mainly on base working as a mechanic, and spends his free time playing FWO. At least until Kai disrupts that when he kills Garrett’s character despite being many levels over him, which is a no-no. Garrett asks about his character and traces that back to his livestream channel. He’s not expecting a hottie or to find a connection with him.

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Review + Flip-Through: Mythomorphia Coloring Book by Kerby Rosanes

Posted on April 15, 2017 in Book Reviews || 0 Comments
Review + Flip-Through: Mythomorphia Coloring Book by Kerby Rosanes

I had picked up one of this author’s other coloring books previously and put it right back. I was so intimidated by the amount of detail! While less detailed, Mythomorphia is no less intimidating because the illustrations are absolutely mind blowing! As you can probably decipher from the title, the theme of the images is myths. It’s full of everything from dragons to fairies to the Sphinx. Some pages are pretty and some are creepy, but all are amazing.

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Review: To One Hundred (#dirtysexygeeks, #1) by Melissa Blue

Posted on April 13, 2017 in Book Reviews || 0 Comments
Review: To One Hundred (#dirtysexygeeks, #1) by Melissa Blue

To One Hundred sounded like exactly my type of book: student-teacher romance and sexy geeks! Sadly, it let me down. Grady and Eva have been talking online for months. They totally get each other and share a love of Firefly and American History. Then Eva realizes that Grady is going to be her instructor during a summer course, so she confronts him with the intention of saying nothing can happen. Grady doesn’t care though and then things get complicated. But not as complicated as I was hoping.

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Mini Review: Shatterproof by Xen Sanders

Posted on April 11, 2017 in Book Reviews || 0 Comments
Mini Review: Shatterproof by Xen Sanders

Shatterproof was very dark, but also very sweet. Grey is an artist who has been struggling with depression and has decided to end his life. However, his attempt goes wrong and he’s rushed to the hospital. When Grey opens his eyes, the first face he sees is Saint, the EMT on duty. Saint is a fae who needs to take the lives of those he loves in order to stay alive, and he sees an opportunity in Grey. He’ll help him die, so that he can live himself, without the guilt. Of course, it doesn’t work out that way.

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