Thursday, October 19, 2017

Ideal Image (Snapshot #2) by Freya Barker & KT Dove @ktdoveauthor @freya_barker

First I'd like to give props to this author team for their amazing choice of covers in this series. Very unique and perfect examples of how this series is so much more than the outside appearance but the inner fire of the characters.
I really wanted Stacies story from the moment she appeared in Freeze Frame. I adore single parent books because I was one. The balance of having a strong parent yet one that's honest enough to be open to another person loving their child enough to share that job as a team is delicate and Freya and KT did that in a perfect way. Mak is a spirited and energetic loving child. She was funny and loving, loyal and a great joy on the page.
There's no way that Nick could keep his heart from going out to this child after he had already lost it to her feisty, brave mom.
Nick was the best kind of hero. Not perfect but so imperfect that everything together made him one of a kind.

So many stories have the shy girl on the sidelines, crushing on the popular hot guy and he's not even aware.
Nick was that nerdy older guy that's so gone for a girl that's out of his league by miles. One night left an imprint on his heart for years and all he did was be a really good guy.

Stacie might not have remembered him yet she definitely felt a strong connection
So many twists had that connection string so tight. The suspense again was nail biting. This duo can really write bad guys in a way that causes murderous thoughts. The love story here was so much more than physical. It touched deeply under the skin into the flesh and soul of Nick and Stacie. I truly believe they were soul mates. Their love was why I read romance. Truly seeing beyond every single outward issue to what really matters, the heart, the caring, the loyalty.

I can't get enough of all of these wonderful characters and seeing glimpses of previous favorites warned my heart. To add to that we have Pops and Uncle AL to make this one heck of a tale.
Really great job ladies. 


Seven Year Itch (Passion, Vows, and Babies) by Sarah Curtis

Omg what a freaking knuckle biting ride!
On every page I was on the edge of my seat. I felt every kind of emotion. One moment I was angry and then I'm shocked. Then I'm swooning and I've got sappy tears.

I really needed a Zyprexa, seroquel, Xanax cocktail because seriously even the psychotic voices were confused.

One moment angry then Bam 🔥🔥🔥
One simple neck nuzzle and I'm heated up for a whole different reason. 

Garrett, oh boy I could kiss you and kill you for everything you did.

Sarah you are some kind of sneaky that's for sure.



Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Dawn (Hero Society #1) by Jessica Florence

When I heard that Jessica was writing a super hero series I will not lie, I kinda screamed a bit. I am the mom who is first in line to start hopping up in down when a new movie hits the big screen where hot guys find bad guys. Yea my kids do not have to beg this mom to to take them to see anything action (hot guy) packed.
This story starts off with a bit of sadness . Draco has lived so many years and lost so much. He closed his heart off to the idea of every getting close to someone again. Then comes Rose who is someone he couldn't ignore and his heart wouldn't let him. 

These two were a mixture of funny and feisty, broken and strong and loyal to a fault. Once they gave their heart away it was forever. No matter if it's friendship or love they are two people who will stand beside you to the end. So much excitement, suspense and passion are found in this crazy ride of a story. 

Many characters are introduced and amps of the imagination of what's to come. I definitely recommend this read to those that love action, intrigue and pulse pounding danger, while falling in love with a unique couple . I can't wait to see where this series takes us.

Sunday, October 1, 2017

Untameable by Jamie Schlosser @JamieSchlosser

This was such a fun book. I am a cat lover and anyone who has seen my profile on Facebook would know this. Cats to me are God's little joke. Like here's this fuzzy little animal but hey guess what.. They have their own mind and they do what they want. I adore kitty's and so hearing about this book had me so excited. Jamie has a way with balancing humor with emotion in such a poignant way. Emery (first time by the way I read a hero named that.. Good job) was such a good guy. Funny yes but so much more. 

His heart and his sense of loyalty and family responsibility just touched my heart. Estelle was a contradiction in a small package with a huge heart. While seemingly to be this hermit cat hoarder, what she really was like is simply a good friend with a lonely heart. She really was outgoing but just kinda too busy to make friendships. But Emery came along and shook up her world in the best way. I loved all the cats and the characters who adopted them. The relationship and circumstances regarding Emery's dad really had me sad and at the same time hopeful. His love story with his wife Mary is the best kind of romance. To see Emery and Estelle fall into an epic love like theirs was beyond romantic. 
Their epilogue had me kinda emotional I won't lie. Jamie had smiling like a loon on one page then swooning on the next. Simply put this author gives you all the feels and they are all good.
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