Showing posts from February, 2013

The Indigo Spell by Richelle Mead

I just finished this book and I am in such a state of bliss its not even funny. What is funny either that it took me like 3 days to read this book! All that and I was like super busy these last few days. *sigh* Let's not talk about what I was busy with that ultimately delayed me finishing this book... *fake cough* work! Ahem...

OH MY FREAKING GOODNESS! What a good freaking book! (sorry I'm keeping cursing to a minimum since I gave up cursing for lent... so bare with me for the next 40... I mean 39 days.)

So we have our heroine, Sydney Sage who is an alchemist (very strict, very narrow minded group of people who keep records and live their lives by the very strict book). She's growing up and realizing what she's thought was right her enitre life isn't what she might want anymore and she finds flaws in her people's lifestyle. Enter Adrian the very handsome royal vampire who was a huge part of the past series (this being the spin off series. …

Always by Carol Rose

As you may have figured out... I am a SUCKER for romance, period. I can't say this was an amazing romance story, Romeo and Juliet style but this was a very good. Because this was very predictable but it was romance none the less! 
This books takes Elinor and Cole through a nice adventure of romance and lies and love. It's pretty much boy meets girl. Girl and boy have connection. Somehow their past take over their future. Girl resists. Girl and boy insure. Some sexy time. BOOM climax. And then the last 15 pages you do kinda wonder if things can work out just in the nick of time. All this jammed in a slightly rushed book. There really isn't anything that sticks out in this book worth mentioning. It was a good, fast read and make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside... but other than that if you want a shortish book with some really romantic scenes then read Always by Carol Rose.

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Hot Ticket (Sinners on Tour #3) by Olivia Cunning

**Spoilers Ahead**
What an AMAZING series! I'm literally giddy and happy and jumping up and down... I love these books. Olivia Cunning you are making a lesbian love some serious fictional male rockstars! Ms. Cunning is an amazing story teller!

This book revolves around a man named Jace, the Sinner's bassist and Aggie, a stripper/dominatrix who enjoys inflicting pain. 50 Shades of Grey has NOTHING on this series! Hotter scenes. Hotter men. Hotter women. Hotter PAGES! It was a page turner that I purposely read slowly so it would last. It was THAT good!

Jace is tormented with a past that changes him entirely. Aggie is a free spirit who is just one of those people you just like on impact. Its cool to see their journey unfolds. They are mentioned in other books and some gaps in time are mentioned in other books BUT this series explains them all and brings to light what really went on. You don't have to read the other series to read this one. You'll get it. BUT its nice if you …

Dirty Red by Tarryn Fisher

**Spoilers may lie ahead**
What an amazing book/series! It is NOT traditional. It is not the typical romance (ei. boy meetings girl, they fall in love, have 1 big conflict and then fall happily in love with the happily ever afters). I love that!

What I don't love is psychotic people! And everyone who is in the book is more psychotic than the ones before them! Obsession. Greed. Love misguided. Lies (understatement of life). Betrayal.

And all in a span of 800 plus pages.

I started reading this book yesterday around 8 pm and finished it today during my lunch period at work. I was torn between reading it too fast because it will end and wanting to know more! I'm totally heart broken that this book is over but I'm so glad because if I had to read any more of Leah's treacherous bullcrapola I would have cut a b****! I hated this woman from page 1 until the last line of the book. Not even kidding. I hated her while I was feeling sorry for her. I hated her while she was crying feta…

The Opportunist by Tarryn Fishner

WOW... I am still in shock and I finished this book yesterday!

So I started this book yesterday during lunch and finished reading it last night at around 7:45 pm. I called my mom, ate, showered and purchased the next book in the series before 8:30 pm. 

And let me tell you I am not a super fast reader and this was not a Harry Potter story I just had to know what was going to happen next.

First of all I want to mention that I went into The Opportunist thinking I wasn't going to like or and I was thinking very negatively for some reason. Don't ask my why. Maybe it was the synopsis or something... who knows? Whatevs... I was hooked by the first page. No lie. I know people say this all the time. Not BS ladies and gents... it was that good!

What a captivating story of attraction, love, obsession, deception and everything in between. You love and hate and love and hate again these two main characters... Olivia and Caleb. 

While reading this book please imagine y…