Dawn of Eve, maybe the short of the trilogReviewed @ Confessions From Romaholics Review copy kindly provided by author in exchange for a honest review
Dawn of Eve, maybe the short of the trilogy but boy did ever deliver. Godwin has come so far on this journey as writer and storyteller and the final chapter didn’t disappoint. Reading these books back to back may of met I have missed some of the smaller details but this how the series must read. There has be the highs and the lows Readers have been through a lot with this series and the final book in the trilogy sees another twist to the tale. The long running saga carries into a new era with Dawn at the helm. The daughter of Eve, she now continues her mother’s work determined to bring a cure to the world. The leader of resistance yet she so alone despite her fathers and her adoptive family. Until she thrown in to the deep end and the past and present collides leaving her with choices affect her on a deep personal level yet same time the world. Godwin had a lot of choices with this series and ending this trilogy. I loved how she choose to end this series and bring things full circle. There was a sense of completion wit this novel. Whilst this hard core post- apocalyptic at it finest. There was romance and so much more . Whilst I had come to expect the final book would revolve around it . The story surprised me and I loved it. This book slowly stole my heart and whilst I’m sad to see this series end. I loved that it challenge me in ways I didn’t expect . The world building is on par what you expect from fantasies and I enjoyed the journey the author took us on with this series. Endearing characters with intriguing stories to tell. This underrated series needs to be recongised more for its uniqueness yet the romance.
Blood of Eve carries on the story of Eve aReviewed @ Confessions From Romaholics Review copy kindly provided by author in exchange for a honest review
Blood of Eve carries on the story of Eve and her guardians who fight to live another day and try to bring a long term survival for the post – apocalyptic world. A lot has happened since we first met Eve and we watched her grew and whilst she embraced the role she was supposed to play despite the misfortune she has faced so far.
Her blood is the key to survival for humanity and the saviour for women. Eve is determined to do her bit with her guardians, however it isn’t easy going . Her guardians have become more then her clan, they have become her family and Eve is ready to fight .
However this isn’t an easy journey when you have a crazy leader of the aphids determined to find her and Eve determined to travel the world saving people.
There has to be balance and this book was tough given the changes we saw in the last novel. Whilst I glanced over Jesse, Roark and Micho in the last review despite given their important roles. This book led to them into even more important roles given things . They have learnt a lot and individually each of them brings something different to the family.
They have become par of the story and enchanted the story only with their skills and knowledge. It was such a key to novel given the changing plot and the fact the characters are even more turmoil then ever.
We seen the highs and lows with them in the last novel and this one was no different. Their journey wasn’t an easy one once again and you thought they faced the worst in the first. This book took things to a whole new level. Exploring the un-answered questions that was left under the first novel. Things surprised me with the change of tone and ideas.
Godwin did plan the story perfectly and this isn’t a small book like the last. I loved the change of events and how things played out. There a lit bit of everything in this novel and never gets stale.
Whilst I love a good sci-fi / fantasy I’m picky and Godwin’s trilogy wouldn’t of never been on my radar unless a stumble across it on one of my friend’s blogs
I’m glad I went out of my comfort zone and was challenged by this series. Whilst the genres and elements in the books are ones I loved, I have never read such an unique trilogy that challenge things a lot especially with the ending and the way the things that played out . Blood of Eve didn’t disappoint .
Call Me Daddy is the latest saucy standaloReviewed @ Confessions From Romaholics Review copy kindly provided by author in exchange for a honest review
Call Me Daddy is the latest saucy standalone from the one and only West. She captures her stories perfectly, giving us the perfect characters to fall in love with their quirks and flaws. Oh and kinks. This is my third book by her and this woman can do no wrong. I loved her previous two releases and couldn’t wait to get my hands on this release as I knew I was in for a treat. Despite being something I wouldn’t grab normally in an instance.
I love my kink but ‘Daddy’ play’ isn’t my go to choice but West changed that . With the perfect character she took readers on a journey showing what daddy play could be as a kink only and how it can beautiful and sensual it can be with the right people and circumstances.
Laine is a sweet innocence eighteen year old. Forced to grow up too quickly thanks to her mum who is more interested in her own life than caring for her daughter. Add in a best friend who basically uses her since nursery school. The only thing she wishes for is a dad who can protect her. A chance to feel loved and wanted and it happens when the author throws into her breaking point.
When she stranded in the pouring rain with no way home on her birthday, things couldn’t get any worse. Until Daddy comes to save her literally and unintentionally the seed is planted of what their relationship could be. Daddy is everything she want but she is ready?
Get ready, Daddy is everything you want in a hero. A gentleman who wants a sweet little girl to have his dirty ways with . However it isn’t all one-sided. Whilst Lanie might want a daddy she really only looking for a man to call him daddy. Daddy has his own story and whilst he feels sorry for the girl. He sees what mirrors in his own heart. A sense of death, not living, just going through the motions day to day.
Until Laine. ….
Taking comfort in each other, West goes through the motions of a new relationship with some secret dirty thoughts from each other. However this isn’t your normal relationship. This is a West story and it going to have its up and downs.
Whilst this may be the taboo kinky style of read that West is know for . There is a beautiful story kink aside. Laine really grows in this story. She might be a little lost and embody the spirit of an innocent child , in other ways she is pure woman. Daddy was gem, he may saw something in her that stirred things that he had locked away thinking that he wouldn’t experience again. Laine was a breath fresh of air.
West doesn’t disappoint in her erotica stories and fans of the dirty stories will love the latest. Laine and Daddy will quickly steal your heart and set it racing.
Late last year , Godwin, contacted me in aReviewed @ Confessions From Romaholics Review copy kindly provided by author in exchange for a honest review
Late last year , Godwin, contacted me in anticipation of releasing the final book in the Trilogy of Eve. I said yes given the long time frame to read the books and the fact that it was post apocalyptic. I wanted something different on my schedule and Godwin didn’t disappoint
Taking homage to the Bible and the idea that Eve was the mother of humans. Godwin creates a post apocalyptic world where a virus has spread across the world . With little known about this virus . Few men have survived and haphazardly try to survive the mutants that have risen from the women and the bitten. Hope is lost except there is one lone women survivor who may hold the answers the world seeks but she doesn’t know a thing
Dead of Eve introduces us to this crazy mutated world and Eve our heroine.
Who doesn’t understand why her?
She survived to mourn the lost of her children and fight the aphids. Left with many questions.
Why her ?
Why the haunting ?
Why live in fear?
Eve is about to get a reckoning that she never expects . Whipped in a journey she never expects and it only the beginning. Eve is about to get all her questions answered and more as this post apocalyptic world isn’t exactly forgiving
A juicy thick book, Godwin doesn’t just introduces us to this world. She drags you into the thick of it fast. Eve may have many questions but she isn’t going to handed to her on a silver plate given this world. It not a pretty world, and whilst I have read books set in a post- apocalyptic world but this one was crazy. Godwin doesn’t sugar coat things. Eve goes through hell literally but there is a steel that makes her admirable.
This isn’t an average book, it brutal and we see Eve go through it all. It not set over a few days , it is a couple of years We see Eve loss her last tie to her family and the prophesise of sorts that it promised in the blurb. Whilst this post – apocalyptic , there is sense of hope and love in the midst of it all. There a lot going with Eve journey. She coming into her own yet there are men like Jesse and Roark who set heart racing in different ways but both have their own intentions with her journey. Each offering something different to her life but this isn’t happily ever after world. However Eve is the hope that everyone sorely needs if someone can realise.
And someone has and determined to get Eve for their own plans and reveal the truth behind the virus and the turmoil the world is facing
First in a trilogy, Goodwin sets up the trilogy well. Creating a desolate post apocalyptic world and focusing on the threat yet giving a romance of sorts. There is a lot to love . The right balance is need with this sort of normal and the scars are only adds to the stories. The horrors and the untold are what really get this story its juice and turn the pages. However it only the beginning and whilst she may have found answers. There is a lot left unanswered as one door close with an answer . Another one opens and reveals something more dangerous and terrifying and another piece to the puzzle. Whilst this is Eve’s story is very much also Jesse, Micho and Roark and things will get interesting all angles. It something different and I loved this post –apocalyptic world.