Okay, I hate to say this, but I did not enjoy this book one bit. I can’t expect everything Tiffany writes to be perfect (even though it has been so faOkay, I hate to say this, but I did not enjoy this book one bit. I can’t expect everything Tiffany writes to be perfect (even though it has been so far)
This story is about a lesbian who hymen is intact and with that she can’t go any further with her ex-girlfriend who left her since she wouldn’t let her pleasure her. This bartender was all about pleasuring her girlfriend but when she wanted to return the favour, the bartender wasn’t having any of it, which lead to their break up. She goes to Nora to break her hymen. Not fun. I didn’t like it. The end. ...more
This was the best story of the entire book. There are five altogether but this one was my favourite. The rock star one comes up to a close second.
ThiThis was the best story of the entire book. There are five altogether but this one was my favourite. The rock star one comes up to a close second.
This one is about Sheridan. We have read much about her in Tiffany’s other books and I also read her encounter with Rex and Kingsley in Tiffany’s short stories. But this story is from Sheridan’s perspective as she tells Nora that she feels she can’t be with anyone after having the best sex of her life with Rex. She needs to learn to satisfy what her body wants and that is what Nora is there to teach her.
Hot and seductive – just like Nora. Loved every steamy detail! ...more
A special client who is a switch. If you read all the books, you would know immediately who the client is. I’m going to say it now, so shield your eyeA special client who is a switch. If you read all the books, you would know immediately who the client is. I’m going to say it now, so shield your eyes. It is obviously Kingsley. She mentions that only the two of them are switches and most Dom’s don’t like them since they – at any time – can switch roles, which is not the purpose of a Dom and sub relationship. Nora is inflicting all sorts of pain onto Kingsley and even though it seems like he can’t take it, he loves every moment. Then what Nora feared happened in the end. Read to find out what. ...more
This short story was alright but I do love Nora so anything that has her in it is amazing.
In this short story an ex-dom goes to Nora and asks her forThis short story was alright but I do love Nora so anything that has her in it is amazing.
In this short story an ex-dom goes to Nora and asks her for help. What else is new. Everyone is always asking Nora for something. His wife wants to be treated like a sub and he doesn’t know if he has it in him anymore since he is so protective of her. You learn why after. Nora does help them.
This story was sweet. Nora? Sweet? Doesn’t sound right. I’m kidding. She has her moments. ...more
I can’t believe the book ended like that! How dare all authors all over the world end books in cliff hangers. IT should be outlawed! But nonetheless II can’t believe the book ended like that! How dare all authors all over the world end books in cliff hangers. IT should be outlawed! But nonetheless I absolutely, positively LOVED this book. Christopher Pike never ceases to amaze me.
So it turns out after all that the ending of book 4 was not the actual ending. Sita did not go into the afterworld and it very alive. It begins right where they left off with Sita ripping off the head of Shanti who was her dear friend yet revealed she was possessed the entire time they were together. After her death, Seymour, Cynthia Brutran, her five year old daughter Jolie, Matt, and Sita all go after something called Veronica’s Veil. They feel it is the key to fixing all their problems and end all the evil after them and the world. But to find this veil they have to go into Sita’s mind and find out why she has a mental block. She blocked out the time where she first encountered the veil when she was taken by the Nazis to the concentration camps but it even goes further back than that. You have to read to find out.
I read from the author that this was the last book but he plans on writing a trilogy that deals with Sita and how her story truly ends. I feel like the author is prolonging Sita’s death but who wouldn’t. As much as I want Sita to be happy with Krishna, I feel there is so much more we need from her. A great read and I definitely can’t wait to read more on her – eventually. ...more
Let me just start off with saying how much I absolutely loved this book! It was MUCH better than the first one. This is what I am talking about! The fLet me just start off with saying how much I absolutely loved this book! It was MUCH better than the first one. This is what I am talking about! The first one did nothing for me, but this one got me all hot and bothered. More bothered than hot, but whatever.
SO! Where to begin? Beauty and Tristan are taken away to the god-awful village. But to me, the village seems like an awesome place and less humiliating than the castle. I would rather be in the village than in the castle where all they do is beat you and don’t let you have your release. In the village it is a free for all and release for everyone in every corner! This story is from Beauty and Tristan’s point of view. Beauty is bought and handled by a wealthy bar owner who sells her to one of the patrons. A very wealthy man for that and he uses Beauty as he seems fit. Tristan was sold to the Queens Chronicler who is a man of white hair and great beauty. He fits Tristan with an unbelievably thick leather phallus with horsetails at the end and uses him as his pony, along with the other slaves. After reading that, I knew this book was not going to be like the first one. The book teaches you more about slaves and takes you in depth into Tristan’s mind and how he wants to please his master. I don’t want to say anymore to ruin it but there is more to this story than what I just described.
The public punishments, working in the fields, the turn table, the auction block, being used by whoever their master’s see fit was absolutely perfect! This book had a perfect balance of the whippings and erotica. I never got bored. I was a bit confused at the ending, not because of how the book was written but because I didn’t know what was going on, and that was the author’s intentions. Beauty and Tristan didn’t know what was going on either. But let me just tell you… the last scene with Beauty and Tristen will forever be in my memory. H-O-L-Y H-E-L-L!!!! HOT! I need to read the next book if that is where the story is heading! Haha TA! Oh! One word of advice… Do Not read this book in public. They will know what you’re reading by your bulging eyes. Haha yup! ...more
I just need to start off by saying that I am not too sure which was my favourite book. It is a close competition between book 2 and book 3. The firstI just need to start off by saying that I am not too sure which was my favourite book. It is a close competition between book 2 and book 3. The first book was just the warm up to ready you for what was in store! Even though book two and three were from Laurent, Tristan and Beauty’s point of view - this book mainly focused on Laurent where book one was all beauty and book 2 was mostly Tristan.
The three of them are aboard a ship with other slaves who don’t really mean anything to the story and they are all on their way to the Sultan’s palace. They are oiled up and perfumed to the sultans likings. Jewels were placed in their ears and hanging from different areas of their bodies. Their bodies were covered in gold and once they arrived, they became used to the customs of the palace. It is such a weird place to be a slave in but they learned to love it. It was definitely not harsh like the Queens Palace and less harsh and more pleasurable than the village. I can’t realty describe what happened in this book without giving it away.
While reading I was thinking about the title of Beauty’s Release. She was so happy in her new world that I didn’t really see her going anywhere. I felt bad for the slaves at some points and you will too if you read the book. The turn of events that happen are so not predictable and at the end of the book I was satisfied. That is all. I loved these books and I am glad that I had the chance to read them. I definitely recommend, but don’t get put off by the first book. I lent these to my friend who gave the first book a one star, but now she is hooked like I knew she would be. Off to conquer another series. ...more
This book started off with lots of potential. I had been waiting for this book for so long. I got into it right away. I sort of forgot some of the thiThis book started off with lots of potential. I had been waiting for this book for so long. I got into it right away. I sort of forgot some of the things that happened in the previous books, but I was quickly reminded.....
Thalia, Kael and Joss were travelling back to Haven after not being able to find Joss's sister. Joss ends up splitting up with Thalia and Kael while they venture to the SwordBrothers clan. No outsiders are allowed in and Thalia's life was at risk for even going there. Thalia ends up back at Sinnedor after being ambushed by the Raven. She finds out that her power comes from Siren blood running in her veins. Sinnedor is under attack by the Raven and Thalia and her clan join forces with them to defeat the Raven and their crew.
I liked the book. It wasn't the best book I ever read, but it was still good. I do recommend. ...more
This book has so much going on in it that I don’t even know where to begin! When I was done reading, I couldn’t even remember how the book started soThis book has so much going on in it that I don’t even know where to begin! When I was done reading, I couldn’t even remember how the book started so I had to go back in order to write this review. And let me tell you – a lot happened!
After Thalia leaves her school and all the Denai behind her, she travels with her father and a few of his clan members back to their home deep in the forest. She wants to live a normal life but to avoid being banished from showing signs of being a Denai, her father had arranged a marriage for her, securing her spot as clan leader. Thalia was having none of that and requested a battle and the winner would win her heart. Too bad she wanted to win her own heart. She ends up almost being kidnapped and Kael and Joss came to the rescue. Joss needed Thalia and Kael’s help to find his missing sister.
TONS MORE HAPPENED. I can’t even begin to describe. It was a very distracting story. So many things happened that I forgot some major parts. The author needs to relax a bit on how many times Thalia gets beaten in a book. Like seriously, how can a little girl like her take? Be nice to your characters! Other than that, it was fantastic. I am not sure who I want Thalia with. Joss or Kael. Decisions decisions! We will see who ends up with whom in the next book! Until then! Ta! ...more
First things first. Let me tell you how much I actually liked this book. It started off really good BUT then got REALLY boring! I don’t know exactly wFirst things first. Let me tell you how much I actually liked this book. It started off really good BUT then got REALLY boring! I don’t know exactly what turned me off about this book in the first place, but I was so close to putting the book down and never returning. I saw how many good reviews it had so I pushed myself. THANK GOODNESS I pushed myself! Once you get past that bump, you will not regret it.
IT begins with Thalia trapped in a cell and is being tortured by these people who she doesn’t know. She is trapped with other people as well some who have died, and some who have lived. Thalia escapes and is found by two strangers. Darren and Joss. She is taken to the Denai capital. She is taken to the council and they help her get on her feet again. She told them what happened to her and they knew that people were going missing but not too sure where they were going. With Thalia’s help, they want to find these missing people and put a stop to the tortures and killings. Thalia is a normal human girl and so she gets to work in the kitchens of the school they kept her in. It wasn’t until she shows signs of possessing magic that they move her from servant to student. Throughout the entire book, Thalia’s life is in danger. That’s all I will say.
The author didn’t really do a good job in describing what a Denai is in the first pklace so I was kind of confused in the beginning until I realized that they are just people with magical powers. Everyone has their own type of power. That’s basically it. The ending is a massive cliffy! I couldn’t believe the author got away with that. Thank goodness I have the second book ready. Here I go! ...more
I’m not sure how this guy got Kingsley to let him into the underground club, but I think it has something to do with as soon as Kingsley saw him, he kI’m not sure how this guy got Kingsley to let him into the underground club, but I think it has something to do with as soon as Kingsley saw him, he knew what he was.
Nora is told to show this rock star around the underground. Normally outsiders aren’t allowed in but Nora realizes that he isn’t just a regular guy. Yes- he’s a rock star, but Nora also finds out that he was more interested in what she does than he let on. He said he was a vanilla guy but when Nora digs deeper she finds out he is also a sub. He didn’t even know that himself until he started opening up. His special talent? Making woman climax. Ha! Loved it. ...more
I received a digital ARC of this novel from Netgalley on behalf of Bree Bridges.
I don’t really know what to say about this book other than it was tooI received a digital ARC of this novel from Netgalley on behalf of Bree Bridges.
I don’t really know what to say about this book other than it was too long. There really wasn’t a point to it… well there was, but it was weak. Very weak. I think I would have enjoyed this novel MUCH more if it was written only as a short story and not a book that took me over ten days to read it!
It’s basically about a young girl who gets banned from her inner circle of Eden. I guess this story takes place far in the future. Anything outside of Eden is dog eat dog. So when she gets banned for wanting to have sex, she finds a biker gang and wants to belong. They are all sex fiends and it’s normal to want to have sex there. She wants to gain inner confidence and be her own woman. Yet in the process she wants to be owned by one of the bikers. That is the jist of it.
Like I mentioned before… it would have been a better erotica short story. I just didn’t feel this one. I would have stopped reading but I promised a review which meant I had to finish. I don’t think it’s fair to write a review over a book you didn’t finish. So this is mine. Meh. That’s all. ...more
This book gave me mixed feelings. Main reason because it was too short. By the time I was finished I kept flicking through the last pages of my kindleThis book gave me mixed feelings. Main reason because it was too short. By the time I was finished I kept flicking through the last pages of my kindle for more, but sadly it ended way too quick.
Lark has been brainwashed. After being removed from the care of the light witches, Larks mother reclaims her daughter and brings her home. She makes Lark believe that Beck, the one who she loved and planned on being with for the rest of her life was behind all her pain. She made Lark believe that Beck was the bad guy and was only using her. Lark tries to live with the dark witches but they fear her as they should and her dark powers threaten to overpower her. Her mother forces her to take a new mate, but deep down in her heart they could never bond since she was already bonded with Beck. When Beck returns after the fake bonding ceremony for Lark is when things take a turn. Lark’s magic has a mind of its own and she doesn’t know who to trust or believe anymore. Everyone she thought she loved has been torn away from her. Poor girl.
I don’t want to give too much away, but that was only the tip of the iceberg. So much more happened in this book that I can’t even begin to explain. All I can do is tell you to read it, but then impatiently wait with me for the next one. Grr. I always tell myself I won’t read unfinished series, but look, here we are. Oh well. ...more
I really didn't know what I was getting myself into when I purchased this free book off amazon. But let me just tell you how happy am I that I did. SoI really didn't know what I was getting myself into when I purchased this free book off amazon. But let me just tell you how happy am I that I did. Something about this book kept me on the edge of my seat. It's really long for an eBook but I finished it in no time. I read it without even reading the synopsis first so I didn’t even know what supernatural world I was getting myself into this time. Let me tell you more.
This book takes place many years after what seemed like the end of civilization. The world was apparently under attack and only few places remained but were renamed. Lark and her soon-to-be-mate Beck are at a human school together. In a couple months they will be bound to one another. No one else in the school knows who their mate will be. The boys and girls are not allowed to hug, kiss or even touch. Lark and beck know that they will be mated because their parents are high ranking leaders. There are these people called the Sensitive. I was confused at first about what they were but it's just a fancy term for witches. They do the labour of the country and are not allowed near humans because of their power. A red wristband keeps them in place and also keeps the humans aware of what they are. These wristbands are irremovable. One day a group of Sensitives attack Lark and Beck. That was where the downward spiral begins!
I couldn't believe the turn of events that came with this novel. Not only was it so thrilling to read, it was written very well. Minor grammar mistakes but the content was applaud-worthy. I just bought - yes BOUGHT - the second book. You read that correctly. That definitely means something. I will start it. Now. Right away. Ta! ...more
The one thing I learned about reading many, many books is that the author can make the book as short and as long as they want to. In this case, the auThe one thing I learned about reading many, many books is that the author can make the book as short and as long as they want to. In this case, the author made it as short as possible! After finishing the book it felt like I had only finished one chapter. I kept turning the kindle pages to no avail. I was a little bit pissed that the author would make two books.
This book is about Rylie, who on her sixteenth birthday turns into a faery. Her real mother comes for her to teach her the ways of the Fae but she doesn’t want to listen. Stupid human. Apparently she isn’t just a normal faery. She is an all-powerful one yet she doesn’t even know how to use her powers. She gets kidnapped by the Dark Faerie king and is made to become mates with his son. Neither of them wants that. The entire book is Rylie and Kallan (dark faery prince) going on walks. I got bored easily.
Other than that, the book was pretty good. I probably won’t read the next book unless it’s free. There are only two books in the series. I am pretty sure I can figure out how it ends already, ...more
I received a digital ARC of this novel from Netgalley on behalf of Belle Bridge Books.
I requested to review this book because of the title and the covI received a digital ARC of this novel from Netgalley on behalf of Belle Bridge Books.
I requested to review this book because of the title and the cover. I loved everything about it. When I started reading this book I didn’t know what I was getting myself into.
Tal MacBride and her daughter were on the run from their hometown in New York to visit a cousin in North Carolina who Tal thought could help her. After leaving New York, she found out that her cousin Delta was actually in New York all along. The people of the town she was in told her to stay and welcomed her into their little community. Eve took a liking to Doug the town go to guy whenever they had any animal problems. Tal realized that she was quite fond of him as well. Eve’s biological father had just found out about her and wanted to be in her life. Tal left that life and wanted nothing from it.
Read to find out how everything plays out. Oh and the title biscuit witch is because Tal can bake absolutely anything. And she was really good at it. I thought she was an actual witch… but she wasn’t. There is a book two. As much as I liked this story, I don’t think I would read the next book. This isn’t my style. But I have to admit that I did tear up at a few parts. Book well done. ...more