5 ? For Under her skin by Margo Bond Collins

Under her skin
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5 ? for Under her skin by Margo Bond Collins
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Lindi Parker always thought she was the only shifter in the world. As a child she was adopted by human parents, who thought her to hide her second nature. She enjoys her life as a child counselor for an organization specializing in helping abused children. Everything chances when she gets a new case where she is exposed as the snake shifter she is. In order to save herself and the children she works to protect, she teams up with handsome Dr. Kade Nevala. The attraction between her and the doctor is instant. The doctor is a shifter himself and through him she finds a whole new world she didn’t know existed and learns to embrace her shifter part. Now in order to save herself and the children she has to dig deep and find more courage than ever before. Will she find love in the process? Read to find out.

Categories: Romance, Romantic Erotica, Paranormal Romance, Paranormal Erotica

Audience: 18+ Mature

Thoughts and conclusions:
First and foremost, I loved the book. In fact I read it right through in one sitting. I simply could not set it down. It has action, thrill and sexy scenes. It made me laugh and my heart race. This is a very good book.
The story line was smooth and well defined. I could relate to the characters and the way they developed over the cause of the book. I especially loved how much the two main characters grow mentally and become stronger through hardship. I fell in love with Lindi and are looking forward to reading the next book in the series.

5? For Ink Enduring

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5? for Ink Enduring by Carrie Ann Ryan
This book was given to me as a gift to review.

Border, old friend and lover to Jake, working as a bodyguard.
Maya old friend of Jakes and a tattoo artist.
Jake artist who works with clay and stone.

Category: Contemporary Romance, Erotica, Ménage, MMF

Jake has been in love with Maya for years, but the timing has never been right. Now that they are finally both free, he is scared of acting on his feelings. In comes Border, and old friend and lover. Many years ago Border left Jake even though they both loved each other. Now he is back and wants Jake back too. Who will Jake choose? And can he really get so lucky that he can have them both? Read the book and find out.

This is a serious smooth story. I really love how the characters are portrait and how they develop. It’s also awesome to have a heroin who is strong and smart. Maya has a lot of sass and she doesn’t take crap from anyone. I really fell in love with the characters as I followed their struggle. This is a book where I both laughed and cried as the characters fought to find their way forward. The book also contains hot erotic scenes like a cherry on top of whipped cream.

Target audience: 18+

4? For Until Now by Laura Ward

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Four stars for Until now by Laura Ward
This book are the second book in the Not yet series. It’s the first book I have read in the series and it was given to me for reviewing.

Synopsis: the books is about Grace and Dean, two young college students. Grace is a dedicated student majoring in business, she is a little nerdy and pays for classes by working in a diner as a waitress. Grace is also a single Mother of a young buy named Fin. Dean is a foot ball player in college paid for by his parents. His life is sports and parties. When Damian meet Grace in the diner he instantly feels attracted to her, but Grace turns him down. Grace has been burned before and wants to concentrate on her studies and not boys. Dean is very insistent, but Grace just doesn’t have the time or energy to pay any attention to him. As they start to date problems arise to keep them apart. They both have many choices to make about their future and their relationship. Will they be able to stay together during pressure or will they split up? Does Grace even dare open her heart again? Read the book and find out.

Category: Coming of age, young adult, Romance, New Adult, Contemperary romance, college romance.

this is a sweet coming of age story with added steamy content. It will appeal to the younger crowd 18+
Target audience: New Adult, Young adults and Adults.

4 ? For Prime Minister

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Four ? for Prime Minister by Ainsley Booth and Sadie Haller

Categories: romance, contemporary romance, erotica

Audience: Mature 18+

Ellie is a 25 years old graduate student with a Masters in Women’s studies. Over the summer she gets a three months internship with the prime minister of Canada. It turns out she is very good at her job.
Gavin is a young prime minister at only 39 years old. After being involved in politics for years it comes as a surprise for Gavin when he ends up as prime minister of Canada.
When Ellie and Gavin meet sparks fly, and even though they both resists, they end up falling in love. Will Ellie and Gavin’s relationship survive politics, scandals and threads? Read the book to find out.

Conclusions : Oh my!!! This is probably one of the best erotic novels I have ever read. The storyline is elaborate and detailed. You really get to know the characters and how they became who they are. You get a flu on the complications there is in dating a public person. So this book isn’t just an erotica. It’s a story about two people falling in love. So yes I really, really loved it.

Terry Maggert Halfway Hunted Book Tour


Halfway Hunted
Terry Maggert
(Halfway Witchy Series, #3)
Publication date: June 2nd 2016
Genres: Adult, Paranormal

Some Prey Bites Back.

Welcome to Halfway; where the waffles are golden, the moon is silver, and magic is just around every corner.

A century old curse is broken, releasing Exit Wainwright, an innocent man trapped alone in time.

Lost and in danger, he enlists Carlie, Gran, and their magic to find the warlock who sentenced him to a hundred years of darkness. The hunter becomes the hunted when Carlie’s spells awaken a cold-blooded killer intent on adding another pelt to their gruesome collection: hers.

But the killer has never been to Halfway before, where there are three unbreakable rules:
1. Don’t complain about the diner’s waffles.
2. Don’t break the laws of magic.
3. Never threaten a witch on her home turf.

Can Carlie solve an ancient crime, defeat a ruthless killer and save the love of her life from a vampire’s curse without burning the waffles?
Come hunt with Carlie, and answer the call of the wild.

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There were only two reasons for me to be awake on my couch, staring up into the gloom of the pre-dawn hours. The first is my house itself, which complained against the deep cold with creaking pops like the knees of a guy who played sports a long time ago when he was younger and had more hair.

The second was Wulfric. My lover was out there in the Adirondack winter somewhere, his vampire skin now as cold as the deep snows that settled on Halfway with a heavy hand. I missed him every second of every day with an ache that started in my heart and ended in the emptiness of my arms. Living without him was like swimming through wool that took my breath and will at every turn.

Everything was hard. Little things made me sad.

Smiles died on my face and I knew if I didn’t find the magic to save him, moving on was going to take the rest of my life and all of my tears. In the midst of my somber reverie, my giant familiar Gus put one of his Maine Coon cat paws on my shoulder. His rumbling purr calmed my mind enough that I sighed and began absently rubbing the magnificent fur of his Tabby neck.

“Brrrrtt?” He asked me, his bronze eyes fixed on me like two coals floating in the dark.

“I miss him. Sorry. I know I should sleep. Or listen for spell requests . . . or do anything except lay here having a pity party.”

Gus answered with a head butt and an even deeper bumble of contented reassurance. He stretched along me from hip to head and I was reminded again that my cat is nearly as tall as I am. Or he would be, if cats could walk upright, but he doesn’t because that would be weird. I felt a small grin touch my cheeks and let it bloom, then looked across the room to the kitchen. There, I saw another friend who was always near.

Even in the heart of a mountain winter, the moon always finds a way to touch me. Laying on my couch in the middle of a frigid night, I watch the square of moonlight light dance across my kitchen floor like the slowest ballet possible. The brilliant smudge of light comforts me, telling me that no matter how short the days and how deep the snows, sunshine will use the face of sister moon to reach across the dark and set my spirits to right.

So I watch, and I wait.

I listen for the telltale creak of my mail slot, an old brass hinge that swings inward when someone needs me. Or, to be more accurate, they need my magic. When the moon is high, I spend my nights listening for the telltale footsteps on my porch. Those are followed by a hesitation as the person decides if they can go through with their request—they always do—and then I wait a bit longer. It’s understood that to ask for my family magic, you must write a note in natural ink, then fold the note within an envelope that is hand made. Hand crafting invests meaning into something as simple as a note, and the poignant pleas I get range from simple to impossible.

But I always try.

Tonight, there was no slide of an envelope on the floor of my foyer. Perhaps it was too cold, although Adirondackers are tough people. A few feet of snow and subzero temperatures wouldn’t stop a local person from asking for help if they needed it, which meant that at least or tonight, my town was free of unusual heartache.

In witch parlance, the night was clean. Spirits were at rest, and after casting a final wish across the snowdrifts to Wulfric, so was I. Before dawn’s gray could pierce the low clouds covering the mountains, my eyes grew heavy, I let the sadness leave me, and then, when there was nothing else to fight, I slept.



Author Bio:

Left-handed. Father of an apparent nudist. Husband to a half-Norwegian. Herder of cats and dogs. Lover of pie. I write books. I’ve had an unhealthy fascination with dragons since the age of– well, for a while. Native Floridian. Current Tennessean. Location subject to change based on insurrection, upheaval, or availability of coffee. Nine books and counting, with no end in sight. You’ve been warned.

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Hand of Miriam by Eva Gordon 4?

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Four stars for Hand of Miriam by Eva Gordon
This book was given to me for reviewing.
Category: paranormal/fantasy/historical romance.

Bayla is a young Jewish woman living in the 18th century. After becoming a widow she discovers that she has supernatural powers. They are powers that makes her a target for many supernatural creatures show don’t like that she can see them and read their thoughts. As protections she summons a golem.
Gesher is a fallen angel, who has been turned into a golem as punishment by good law. Gesher promises to protect her from harm and also vows to ear his wings back.
Together they must fight evil curses, vampires, demons and shifters, in a quest to find their purpose in life. Together they also find love, but Gesher must choose between returning to heaven or stay with Bayla forever.

This book will appeal to both fans of historical romance and paranormal. The writing style follows classic historical romance, but it becomes more interesting with the added paranormal creatures. It’s a story where no one if who and what they seem and has several horror elements. In general an entertaining read.

Grey Ronin by Matthew S. Cox 5?

Gray Ronin by Matthew S. Cox 5?

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First I want to say that I got this book for free, to review by the Author. It’s the first book of his that I have ever read. This is also the third book in the series, but can be read as a standalone book as I have done.

What would have happened if Japan’s feudal era never stopped?
Japan’s feudal era took place from 1185 to 1600 but was most prominent from 1400-1600 AD. It’s also called the warring states era. In this book the era never stopped, but became the future of Japan. Here the Shoguns are presidents of major corporations and have divided Japan into sections under their control. They use Samurais and Ninjas to defend and spy on each other and are constantly fighting, spying and stealing. In this book you follow Mamoru who is a samurai for the Tokyo Shogun. Things happen in his world of order, that makes him reconsider his view on life and his purpose in it. He is a new type of samurai, who fights with technology as much as with a sword. Like Neo in the Matrix he has to decide if he wants to go back to the life he knows or step into the unknown and fight.

The book start out at full speed with an elaborate virtual battle scene. You watch as a samurai assassin (Mamoru) fights in a match where the real and the virtual blend in a dance to the death. After he finishes the assassination, one of his supervisors shows up at his house and the following scene takes place:

Quote chapter three:
“The way she looked at him made him uncomfortable, as if he were a bit of sashimi she debated consuming. No one else in the service of Matsushita could equal him, inside or outside the GlobeNet. A serious frown curled his lip. This woman would have him as a personal guard, wiling away each day inside an office attending to her every need. He thought of Nami and Ayame, of the blinking red light, and adjusted the collar of his haori jacket.”

One of the things that has stood out to me are all the many details in dialogue and descriptions. It’s a book to read slowly over time, so you are able to take in all the details. It’s a clever marriage of Science fiction and suspense. It made me want to read the previous books in the series.
Anime lovers of Ghost in the shell and Psycho Pass will love this book, since the worlds are very similar.
Though the book has some mature content I would still recommend it for young adults who will love the action, world and movie like writing style.

Four stars for Wordless by May Sage

Four stars for May Sage Wordless.

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I got this book for free to review it. It’s also the first book I have ever read from this Author. My first thought after finishing it ? When do I get to read the next one? I simply loved it. My only regret was that it ends with a cliffhanger and that why it only get four stars. Still I really, really want to read the next book in the series and plan on buying it when I get the chance.

Fay is a young woman who has lived almost all of her life as a slave to a vampire master. One day after a meeting with another vampire she is whisked away to start a life of freedom. Now Fay must learn to live again, to live, love, trust and adapt into a world she never knew existed. A world full of secrets, violence, betrayal and war, but also love, laughter and friendship.

Target audience:
The book that will appeal to adults and young adults a like.
Note that it does have some mature content appropriate for the 18+ readers
Readers who love true blood will also love this book.

Genre: paranormal romance, Horror

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Halfway Hunted by Terry Maggert 5?

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Terry Maggert Halfway Hunted (Halfway series #3) 5 stars.
Carly’s story continues here in book three. After loosing her boyfriend Carly is feeling sad and depressed. She goes through every day wondering what can be done to save him. One day a strange man shows up in the town library. He is wearing vintage clothing and acts confused. It turns out the man Exit has been sleeping for 100 years. Carly, her family and friends set out to help Exit and find out why, how and who put a spell on him. At the same time Carly struggle with her dual nature as a white witch and a woman in love as she searches for a way to bring her love back.
This is the third installment in the Halfway series. Each book can be read as a standalone but they are best read in order. The series follows young witch Carly, her friends and family, and their adventures around the small town of Halfway. Carly and her family has been protectors of the area for centuries. They protect the land and people from evil supernatural beings, and keep the law in place for the super naturals living there.
The books are witty like a cozy mystery, full of heart and love, but they also has plenty of action and mystery. In all three books the ending has been a surprise to me, and I love that. The story line and style will appeal to young adults and mature adults a like.

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