Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Rasputin, Volume 2 (Rasputin (single issues) #6-10) by Alex Grecian

This one was a very interesting read. I enjoyed volume 1 more, however, this one did not disappoint.

Unlike volume 1 this story takes place in the modern day and Rasputin recounts his past to nosy reporter.

The whole time I’m enjoying the story very much; then I got the end and I get a cliffhanger. I was all into the story and now I’m speculating if this reporter will squeal that there is a man that can bring the dead back.

Rating 3.5 out of 5 
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Saturday, August 20, 2016

Canticos: Los Pollitos / Canticos: Little Chickies by Susie Jaramillo (Illustrations)

I love, love, love this cute little tale for the little ones. Its songlike spelling made it such a fun read. What was even better was that the story came in English and Spanish so it was a delight to the kids.

Rating 5 out of 5 
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Thursday, August 18, 2016

Bottled Up: April Fools For Love by Roxy Mews

This is one absolutely funny second chance romance.

Nate was an absolute delight and Betty was great. I wish these two would have communicated a little more, it would have avoided a misunderstanding or two.

Rating 4 out of 5 
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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Breaking His Rules by R.C. Matthews

Main Girl: Samantha Rayne
Main Guy: Damon Baxter

There really wasn’t much story here, just a lot lust and rich guys toying and vying for a girl’s affections.

I did enjoy the read and I loved the piano duels and for that I say this short story is worth picking up.

Rating 3 out of 5 
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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

The Fix Up by Tawna Fenske

Super anti-social, awkward nerd Ben Langley needs to bring out his inner suave to be the head of his family’s corporation.

Can’t be that hard for a genius with amazing looks?

Well, it turns out it is very hard and he needs professional help.

Enter corporate branding expert Holly Colvin.

After a very amusing meeting and a little convincing on Ben’s part; Ben and Holly embark on a work/friends/love relationship.

I loved Ben, he was such a great male character. Holly kept going back and forth with her yes I like, no I don’t and it came to grate one. You understand where she is coming from, but come on, Ben is such a great guy. I’m just glad Ben ends up showing Holly that he is work taking a chance.

Rating 4 out of 5 
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Monday, August 15, 2016

Billionaire Blackmail by Alison Aimes

Main Girl: Sara Turner
Main Guy: Nik Valenti

Nik comes across as such a jerk for most of the story and he redeems himself at the end.

Sara, OMFG this girl is seriously dumb, like there are only so many times your brother can screw you over before you say “hmmm, I should cut the dead weight”.

The romance between Nik and Sara was just so blah, it was nothing but lust. What really saved the story for me was the whole “who done it?” that I totally did not see coming at the end.

Rating 3 out of 5 
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Sunday, August 14, 2016

Meat by Opal Carew

Main Girl: Rebecca
Main Guy: Rex Keene

Ms. Carew’s work isn’t for everyone, but for those that love fire filled scenes and insta-love, this book will have you reaching for the extinguisher.

In true Carew fashion we get a whole lot of fire and drama to keep us hooked.

Rating 4 out of 5 
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