Tag: Anti-Hero

Blackbird by Molly McAdams

Blackbird by Molly McAdams

As with most suspenseful stories, explaining your feelings needs to be executed without use of spoilers. So excuse my vagueness as I provide a little insight into my reading experience with this title. Blackbird begins with a dark and unpleasant setting but it does ease up as the story progresses…. Read more »

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Twist by Susan Fanetti

Twist by Susan Fanetti

Good golly Miss Molly, Twist was just the kind of book I was in the mood to read. Max ‘Gunner’ Wesson and Leah ‘The Preacher’s Daughter’ Campbell on the surface were two of the most unlikely people to get into a relationship. Dig a little deeper and these two lost souls had more in… Read more »

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Rooke by Callie Hart

Rooke by Callie Hart

It was early into Rooke when I slipped into a total fantasy moment. Imagine having a book-club meeting and a living clone of your ideal book boyfriend wants to join your meeting. Take it a step further, the guy has read the book of the month and is willing to… Read more »

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Grievous by JM Darhower

Grievous by JM Darhower

A fractured fairy-tale, where thankfully the hero fought without fear for his heroine! Grievous is the second half of the Scarlet Scars Series. So stop reading this review if you haven’t read the first book, Menace and check that out first.  This series is about righting the wrongs of the… Read more »

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Menace by JM Darhower

Menace by JM Darhower

Wow!  The heightened suspense began early on, then at 84% the suspense level was knocked out of the park and continued right through until the final chapter. Initially, I regretted not having read this book earlier, then I hit the cliffy at the end and was glad I had waited… Read more »

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Reaper’s Property by Joanna Wylde

Reaper’s Property by Joanna Wylde

I have one thousand nine hundred and ten things to do today but do you know what I did? I reread Reaper’s Property. I’m guessing not one of you can fault me for that because, well, it’s Horse. If someone told me I had to choose between Horse and Tack… Read more »

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Stepbrother Dearest by Penelope Ward

Stepbrother Dearest by Penelope Ward

Elec is a boy’s name I had never heard before. Using an uncommon name for a character has benefits. There is little chance of confusing the character you are reading with another nor is it likely to be a name a name of a person close to you, which can… Read more »

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Savage Things by Callie Hart

Savage Things by Callie Hart

Zeth Mayfair is my epitome of a bad-ass antihero where as Sloane Romero is a great mix of vulnerability and strength. Both are unpredictable and hence so is their story. My Kindle may have warped slightly from Zeth’s seriously hot account of how he could spend his free 90 minutes… Read more »

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