Sunday, December 27, 2015

Revenge of the Castle Cats (The Grimm Chronicles #3)

Revenge of the Castle Cats (The Grimm Chronicles #3)Revenge of the Castle Cats
By: Isabella Fontaine
My rating: ★★★★☆

You're there again, why is Gawd still there! Why just way?

Okay I'm going to ignore my inner detest for gawd and move on with this review.

This book opens with Br'er rabbit telling us how he saved Alice form certain doom. I really like his voice when telling stories. He's fun, bouncy and makes even the most dangerous situations laid back and fun. He is by far one of my favourite characters this year. 

Review Update! Happily Never After (The Grimm Chronicles #2)

Happily Never After (The Grimm Chronicles #2)Happily Never After 
By: Isabella Fontaine
My Rating: ★★★★☆

I will say it again, STOP SAYING GAWD!!! It's god... she's 18 not 12... Gawd is unacceptable!

Okay lets start.

I'm very much enjoying this series. Right out the gate there was nail bight corrupt action with Alice using her wits to kill of the mutated frog prince. It isn't a easy battle, and Alice does get bested, learning that though she my know a lot about swords she doesn't know everything and in the end will be her down fall. And she's bloodily single, there's no hot brewing bad boy to save her, or the hot know it all knight that shows up right at that crucial moment. She has a fiction rabbit, who rather sit and watch. Alice is on her own, and it is marvelous.

Friday, December 25, 2015

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas To all my friends and family! I hope you all have a wonderful day and though we all can't be together I'm thinking of you all! 

And a very Merry Christmas to all my Don't Judge, Read followers and follow book lovers! I can't do what I do without you all. Thank you all so much, you have made this year one of the best! Lets eat, drink, sing and have fun!

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Demons In Disguise

Demons in Disguise (Divinicus Nex Chronicles, #3)Demons in Disguise
By: A&E Kirk
My rating: ★★★★★

Oh Wow!

This book was worth the wait! I tried to read it slowly, I even forced myself not to start reading it right away; but damn it I just couldn't. This book, this series, is just too good.

Right out of the gate we're trusted into madness as our fearless clumsily hero, Aurora, scrambles about trying to fight off killer demon's, that she can only see, while trying to salvage the date her and Aden are on. There is fast solid action, gun fire, explosions and just play old crazy. The kicker, this all happens in the first few chapters. Talk about an entrance. It was glorious!

Quote of the Day

“The only philosophical problem with accepting the existence of Wonderland is that it means that our reality could actually be a figment of our imagination,” 
 ― Cameron Jace, Insanity

Monday, December 21, 2015

Quote of The Day

There are few people whom I really love, and still fewer of whom I think well. The more I see of the world, the more am I dissatisfied with it; and every day confirms my belief of the inconsistency of all human characters, and of the little dependence that can be placed on the appearance of merit or sense.” 
 ― Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice

What is your Favourite Quote?

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Review Update! Child of the Daystar (The Wings of War, #1)

Child of the Daystar (The Wings of War, #1)Child of the Daystar 
By: Bryce O'Connor
My rating: ★★★★★

( I received this book as an ARC in exchange for my honest review )

It's been a long time since I read a high fantasy book, I'm not sure why I strayed away from them but Child of the Daystar have rekindled my love for it.

This is a must read book, the writing is smooth, solid and the tone draws you into a masterful rich world. I could picture everything clearly like I was watching a movie instead of reading a book. I was pulled so deep into this world that before I knew it the story was over and I was left wanting more.

M9B Two for Thursday Book Blitz: Tracy Tam: Santa Command by Krystalyn Drown and Last Siege of Haven by Ty Drago with Giveaway #T4T

Release Day! Demons in Disguise: The Divinicus Nex Chronicles: Book Three -Promo - Excerpt!

It's murder and mayhem when Aurora risks it all to uncover the DEMONS IN DISGUISE!------------------------------------

Survival. Time to make it their problem.

With dead bodies piling up on this side of the Waiting World and the Mandatum closing in, Aurora is so over being prey. So the hunted becomes the hunter. Targeting the dangerous traitor who wants her dead catapults Aurora out of Gossamer Falls and way past her comfort zone.

But the master of deception won’t go down easy, armed with a diabolical plan and a legion of evil to take down anyone who gets in their way…including the Hex Boys. Aurora and her six Hexy Knights dive into the belly of the Mandatum beast and wade through murky moral waters where trusting the wrong people is the only way to make things right.

What could possibly go wrong?

In Aurora’s case…everything.
Continuing the action-packed Divinicus Nex Chronicles, Aurora and fan-favorite hotties The Hex Boys are back with more mystery, non-stop action, romance and laugh-out-loud humor that makes this thrilling series irresistible. Come along for the ride where…

Nex, Thugs, and Dead Souls Roll!

Our date was officially ruined when the waiter slobbered a glob of toxic swamp-green spit into my water.
Okay, technically, the demon had hawked the foul phlegm from the horned snout on its wrinkled piggy-face and into a crystal carafe of water, then used the carafe to refill my glass, but either way, my gleaming goblet now churned with a sludgy muck, bubbling and burping like a wicked witch’s brew.
The demon offered me my glass, slimy smoke twirling off the surface. “Your water, miss.”
You mean my poison.
“Ah,” I cleared my throat to get rid of the squeak in my voice. “I’m not thirsty. Maybe later.” Or never. I casually lifted a steak knife off the table and pretended to check my reflection in the shiny, real-silver silverware surface, and instead saw the demon leaning toward me over the table and holding the goblet closer to my face.
“Hey!” I reeled back.
Ugly demonic danger should not have been happening in the Gossamer Falls Country Club’s fine dining restaurant. The place was filled with nothing but etiquette, good taste, mood lighting, soft music—and a whole lot of innocent people.
The hideously formed beast didn’t belong.
Sure, they all couldn’t be Eros, but between the snouty schnozzola and pockmarked skin covered with broken blisters oozing pallid yellow pestilence, this thing kickstarted my gag reflex. So much for starving myself all day for the swanky meal. My appetite was currently curling up into a cowering ball of nausea.
While the creature looked around, uncertain of what to do, I dropped the steak knife into my lap and covered it with my napkin. Hopefully, I wouldn’t have to use it before my date got back, but it was more than a little worrisome that Ayden Ishida, a demon hunter, had sauntered out for a mysterious errand and walked right past the hellion without noticing him. Hunters couldn’t see demons when they possessed humans, but this one wasn’t possessing anybody.
Ayden probably didn’t want to mention it and mess up our evening after the weeks of military precision planning he’d put into our first “normal” and perfect romantic date. I’d gotten all gussied up too, wearing a silky dress and even a sassy pair of ankle boots made for strutting.
If the country club didn’t have a strict “No Demons” policy, I knew what was the next suggestion I was suggesting in the lobby’s Suggestion Box.
I struggled to remain calm. If this demon encounter went sideways, the fine china would display guts and gore along with gourmet goodies.
Where was Ayden?
The foul cretin slid the glass across the crisp, white linen table cloth, leaving thin rips and snail-track smudges where his claws scratched and his crusty skin scraped against the delicate fabric.
Chills of terror spiked my skin and a cold sweat threatened to burn through the copious amounts of antiperspirant slathered in my armpits. Ayden’s choice for a booth in the farthest, darkest, most private corner of the expansive room was great when it was just him and me. Me and Snouty Schnozz? Not so much.
“Please, miss.” Green drool dribbled down the corners of his mouth and mixed with yellow slime from the open sores. “Have some water. You look parched.”
And you look ugly.
I pulled my menu up in front of my face. “I’ll wait for my date.”
Ignore him, Aurora. Don’t engage. Delay until you fully understand the situation, and always wait for backup. This mantra had been part of my training.
The sucktastic server glared at me, then grumbled, “Of course, miss.” Before lumbering away, he paused to fill Ayden’s goblet with the same vile concoction from his carcinogenic carafe.
Like my love life didn’t have enough problems, let’s add “fatally poison the finally-really-for-real boyfriend” to the list. But at least the imminent demon danger had passed. He seemed happy to stand back and observe from afar, no doubt counting on me becoming a Dead Nex Walking.
Could it be I’d diverted imminent demonic disaster? Caught a break? That never happened. All I had to do now was wait patiently for that backup.
An elderly man spoke to the demon waiter. “Sorry to bother you, but I ordered champagne and—”
“Honey,” his wife said in a scolding tone. “You can’t drink champagne. Remember your heart.”
“Just one sip for a toast. It’s our anniversary, and my heart belongs to you.” The man kissed her cheek, making her blush.
Awww. How cute were they? I actually recognized them. Well, him. Old Man Cyrus. He owned the hardware store next to my mom’s flower shop. A sweet guy. And, apparently, quite the charmer.
The demon nodded without saying a word and kept going. Good boy.
“Excuse me, you there?” a man at a table near the front called to the demon. “Could you take my son back to the childcare center? His name is Seth. They know him there.”
The demon paused. I was sure he’d say no or ignore the man and keep going, since the creature seemed determined to maintain a low profile. But then his creepy, clawed hands picked up a little boy about five years old and took him away.

We're Alyssa and Eileen, the Best Selling Mother/Daughter writing duo of YA Paranormal Romantic Thrillers, and authors of the #1 BEST SELLING series, THE DIVINICUS NEX CHRONICLES. Book 1, DEMONS AT DEADNIGHT and book 2, DROP DEAD DEMONS have topped the Amazon charts! Book 3, DEMONS IN DISGUISE arrives for the 2015 Holiday Season!

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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Review Update! Prince Charming Must Die

Prince Charming Must Die (The Grimm Chronicles #1)Prince Charming Must Die 
By: Isabella Fontaine
My rating: ★★★★☆

So to start, it was the name of this book that got me to download it, ( It's free on amazon just click here). I love fairy tale retellings and I love it even more when it's brought into modern times. This book does a twist, as it takes the original tales and creates a world where these stories have been brought to life through magic. It tells us how all our most beloved characters are trapped in our world, and how they are turning evil (corrupted) because they didn't know what the hell to do once their stories had ended.

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Review Update! Lumière (The Illumination Paradox, #1)

Lumière (The Illumination Paradox, #1)Lumière 
By: Jacqueline Garlick
My rating: ★★★★★

( I received this book free from Netgalley, in exchange for my honest review )

This book, though it seemed to be slow going at first, intrigued me enough to keep me reading. I'm normally the, get to the point, now!, kind of reader. But this wasn't the case for this book. Everything about this book pulled me in, each word had me holding on and holding my breath at the same time. It was a weird feeling, one I haven't felt from a book before. The gliding pace, set the tone, and set the road for Urlick and Eyelet.