I just picked this up and I'm not sure why I waited so long to read it... except my TBR Pile is huge and some times things on my kindle get lost. FirsI just picked this up and I'm not sure why I waited so long to read it... except my TBR Pile is huge and some times things on my kindle get lost. First off let me say her True Trilogy is one of my favorite books with a dash of paranormal. I love the characters together. Are they only there to get the story or each other? The mystery is good and Clay is such a sweet hero I have decided to add him to my harem of book boyfriends! I did think Jessie was a bit too caviler about her safety I mean come on!
For fans of mystery, suspense, romance and great heroes! The kindle price tag also helps :)
**Joyce Lamb is my editor on the HEA Blog but she did not give me this book nor asked me for a review, this was a personal read on my own time and is not affiliated with the HEA Blog**...more
This companion book to Keeping the Castle has the same Regency vibe that readers will love. There are aA School for Brides by Patrice Kindl: 3.5 stars
This companion book to Keeping the Castle has the same Regency vibe that readers will love. There are a ton of characters, a lot of fun situations, and it reads very fast. I enjoy delving into this world and look forward to future books!
Head over to the HEA Blog for some Q&A with Patrice like... Tell us about the mystery!
Patrice: There are several, actually. Who stole the ruby necklace? What is Mr. Hadley up to, wooing Miss Crump in such a peculiar manner? And who is the stranger at the inn, and why won't he make his intentions known? There are secret identities, duplicitous suitors, deceitful governesses and all manner of riddles that need to be solved.
The Bliss series is a must-read for fans of sci-fi and dystopian stories. The characters are so intense, and thTin Man by Lisa Henry and Heidi Belleau
The Bliss series is a must-read for fans of sci-fi and dystopian stories. The characters are so intense, and their chemistry can be felt emanating off the Kindle. It's the complete opposite of Bliss, and if you haven't read this series you need to pick it up!
Head over to the HEA blog for a Q&A with Lisa and Heidi like...
Why is Soren so drawn to Ace?
Lisa and Heidi: Ace is Soren's tipping point. I don't know if who he is as an individual even matters — at least at the beginning — so much as the moment in time he represents. The moment when Soren suddenly stops unquestioningly obeying orders. He doesn't even know Ace's name when they first encounter each other, and Ace should be nothing to him but a law-resisting, filthy-mouthed crim, but Soren sees him sacrifice himself for another man, and when the order from ATU command comes in to execute him, Soren ... hesitates. Doesn't refuse, doesn't take a stand, nothing that drastic, but he falters, and for the very first time, he thinks for himself, lets some part of himself other than fear and insecurity rule him.
I'm falling in love with serial romances (I want more, please!), and Primal Heat has me excited for the second one to come out next week! Part one ofI'm falling in love with serial romances (I want more, please!), and Primal Heat has me excited for the second one to come out next week! Part one of Primal Heat is packed with steam and smexy shifters. I haven't read the previous books and felt like I was missing an overall plot thread, but I plan on going back and picking up the first one, Temptation Rising. The covers are all gorgeous, and personally, I'm a fan of cat shifters.
To see what A.C. says about her hot hero and writing a serial, head over to the HEA blog!