Tag: Dark

Thin Lives by Bethany-Kris

Thin Lives by Bethany-Kris

Thin Lives is the final book in the Donati Bloodlines Trilogy. It ended the series in a beautiful yet nail biting suspenseful way. As with most series, it needs to be read in order, beginning with the first book, Thin Lies. Emma has been on one hell of a ride, from being a spoilt daughter… 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 with his angry girl. I… Read more »

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Perfect Rage by Nashoda Rose

Perfect Rage by Nashoda Rose

I know before even opening a Nashoda Rose book that I’m going to be gutted. After what happened in Perfect Ruin it was obvious that Connor’s story was going to hurt worse than any of them. I put off reading Perfect Rage because I needed to be in the right frame of mind to get… Read more »

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A Gift of Time by Beth Flynn

A Gift of Time by Beth Flynn

  The Nine Minute Series has from the beginning offered a unique story based on a dark and harsh start. A Gift of Time, the final book in the series follows Ginny and her family’s survival. The writing has a slow pace, told in past and present chapters as well as alternating POVs. This did… Read more »

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Celt. by London Miller

Celt. by London Miller

Loved it! I had no doubt I was going to enjoy getting to know Celt. The minimal information on him within the first book in this series had me curious, smiling and wanting more! The woman who managed to unsettle Celt did so in such a believable and touching way. For a mysterious man, it… Read more »

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The Bourbon Thief by Tiffany Reisz

The Bourbon Thief by Tiffany Reisz

Witty, Entertaining and Captivating! The Bourbon Thief  is a story within a story and it was the inside saga that captured my fascination as opposed to the mystery of the bourbon thief. “I’m a Kentucky girl,” she said with a graceful shrug. “And bourbon’s like the truth, you know” “How’s that?” “The first taste burns, but once… Read more »

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Red. by London Miller

Red. by London Miller

Red. is the story of a man by the name of Niklaus. The connection to the previous series alluded me in the beginning. Nothing seemed to add up. The main reason was the initial setting took me by surprise as it was outside of the Bratva. Feeling fairly cocky, I thought I could predict the… Read more »

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Last Kiss by Laurelin Paige

Last Kiss by Laurelin Paige

Last Kiss was missing the edge I experienced in First Touch  which was full of suspense and left me desperate to read on. The main difference for me was the introduction of a character whom by their presence forced a lot of changes to the dynamics of the relationships surrounding them. While I was invested in the… Read more »

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Playing With Monsters by Amelia Hutchins

Playing With Monsters by Amelia Hutchins

Reading Playing With Monsters was like being on the “WTF” rollercoaster ride from hell. Seriously, I spent this entire book confused, disoriented, and feeling like the bottom was constantly dropping out from under me.  The book starts out with a freaky deaky opening scene from the past. It was full of betrayal ending in death… Read more »

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