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Book Review and Spotlight for Silver Silence by Nalini Singh

Book Review and Spotlight for Silver Silence by Nalini Singh

SILVER SILENCE by Nalini Singh Excerpt Laughing at the cubs’ antics, Valentin jogged down the slight incline and waded into what had to be ice-cold water after kicking off his boots and socks. He splashed the cubs, laughed when they splashed him back. Running so they could chase him, he turned abruptly and chased them back, to their unhidden joy. Silver took a seat on the grass. When the female bear looked her way, she inclined her head in a… Read more »

Book Review: Wicked Ever After by Delilah S. Dawson

Book Review: Wicked Ever After by Delilah S. Dawson

Wicked Ever After is the fourth book in Delilah S. Dawson’s Blud series. This steampunk paranormal mix-up is set in a beautifully dark and unique world, but this installment left me a bit uneasy. Dawson did something that is not regularly done in paranormal romance. Wicked Ever After tied up not only the HEA, but their future was laid out as well. I cannot say TOO much about that without revealing spoilers galore. Dawson touched on Tish’s inability to reproduce in… Read more »

Book Review: A Beeline to Murder by Meera Lester

Book Review: A Beeline to Murder by Meera Lester

A Beeline to Murder by Meera Lester is the first book in her Henny Penny Farmette Mystery series. With legions of inconsistencies this book ended up being a clear DNF for me. In full disclosure about my DNF policy and reviews I want to start off by saying that I did read more than 50% of this book. I persevered through with brute force, but after hitting the over 50% mark I decided life was just too short to finish… Read more »

Book Review: Circle of Fire (Damask Circle #1) by Keri Arthur

Book Review: Circle of Fire (Damask Circle #1) by Keri Arthur

  Circle of Fire is Keri Arthur’s first book in the Damask Circle Series. I love the way the book opens. Sometimes I feel the first sentence can be a strong indication of how the book will go. In this case I was right!  This was a wonderfully quick read that will have me searching for the next book. Keri Arthur creates sold down to earth characters. Madeline Smith the psychic with uncontrolled abilities, who has imposed isolation upon herself,… Read more »

YA Book Review:  Freak of Nature by Julia Crane

YA Book Review: Freak of Nature by Julia Crane

In this YA book Freak of Nature by Julia Crane we meet Kaitlyn, a teenager with a few modifications. Kaitlyn awaking from her own death learns exactly what the “donate body to science” option really means.  With most of her body upgraded with mechanical enhanced parts she must learn who or what she is. In her quest of self-discovery Kaitlyn finds a friend in the young teen working at the compound.  Quess encourages her to find out about her previous life… Read more »

Book Review: The Cleansing (Earth Haven #1) by Sam Kates

Book Review: The Cleansing (Earth Haven #1) by Sam Kates

The Cleansing (Earth Haven #1) is a survivalist story from the start.  We see a small collective group strike out quietly in cities across the world silently starting the Millennium Bug, a plague that will consume over 99% of the population. Sam Kates hooks us right from the beginning. I read each chapter comparing myself to his survivalist’s actions. Would I do that? What would I bring? How would I survive? Could I mentally handle the death of everyone I… Read more »