Tag: Survivor

Dark Lord of the Night by S.K. Ryder

Dark Lord of the Night by S.K. Ryder

The Dark Lord of the Night unites the mortal and supernatural worlds. An unpredictable plot continues to build from the first book where we met Cassidy, a journalist trying to break through in her career and Dominic a newly turned vampire. Destiny and fate flow alongside the relationship they attempt… Read more »

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His Turn by JA Huss

His Turn by JA Huss

I have been anxiously awaiting Elias Bricman’s book, His Turn. The mystery and action in the story made it easy for me to get caught up in the moment. The impression I got from the initial chapters was this could end up being a game of solitaire because each player… Read more »

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Undeserving by Madeline Sheehan

Undeserving by Madeline Sheehan

My breath came to a halt when Undeserving first appeared on my Kindle. It wasn’t as if it was a surprise, I had 1-clicked it seconds prior. My high expectations evoked a momentary hesitation but my love for the Undeniable series took over. I let it be known to the… Read more »

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Lying In Ruins by Jami Gray

Lying In Ruins by Jami Gray

Lying In Ruins felt more like an action film than a romance. Picture any Sylvester Stallone movie involving him killing as many bad guys as possible with a badass girl thrown so it could loosely be considered a date night movie. A violent raid kick-starts the story and where a… Read more »

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Pack Challenge by Shelly Laurenston

Pack Challenge by Shelly Laurenston

Pack Challenge is the book that pretty much began my intense stalkerish behavior of all things Shelly Laurenston/G.A. Aiken. Her books are bloody, snarky, and fun with kickass heroines and alpha heroes who are up to the challenge of holding on to an alpha female. I love a strong heroine… Read more »

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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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Saving Mercy by Abbie Roads

Saving Mercy by Abbie Roads

Hoooo boy! I’m not sure how Ms. Roads does it, but I’m still amazed by her capacity to write the most heartfelt, innocent and beautiful love stories woven into the darkest, most twisted, disturbingly gory plot lines. I’m not entirely sure how to classify Saving Mercy. It is definitely a… Read more »

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Accidental Witness by Sam Mariano

Accidental Witness by Sam Mariano

Accidental Witness, from the title alone, was my first hint this story would be up my alley. I bookmarked the book I was reading to just take a peek at Accidental Witness. Before I knew it, I had stayed up reading into the early hours of the morning. My respect… Read more »

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Crooks & Kings by London Miller

Crooks & Kings by London Miller

Crooks & Kings began with a melancholic tone, but hope soon emerged with the promise of a fresh start that glimmered on the horizon. I was in a happy space, immersed in a great story with fascinating characters who lead a life beyond my scope of imagination! The Wild Bunch… Read more »

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