Another sweet story from the Monsters A To Z series.
Dax is a river monster who comes across Lily, a drowning little girl. Against his parents warningsAnother sweet story from the Monsters A To Z series.
Dax is a river monster who comes across Lily, a drowning little girl. Against his parents warnings to avoid humans, he dives in and rescues her. They become unlikely friends and soon it’s Lily’s turn to rescue Dax.
My favorite part of the story is when Dax tries to hide in the river. All you can see is his big round eyes. So cute.
A delightful story for early readers with some cute illustrations and lessons in friendship and knowing when to stand up for yourself....more
This story is so cute. I love unicorns and each page has beautiful, enchanting illustrations of the little unicorn and it’s mother. I loved it and eveThis story is so cute. I love unicorns and each page has beautiful, enchanting illustrations of the little unicorn and it’s mother. I loved it and even read it twice.
It’s a charming story about a little unicorn that’s impatient to grow up and get it’s horn. The mother urges her young one to cherish each day and not be in such a hurry.
An adorable, magical picture book to share with your little ones....more
I’m drawn to stories about serial killers. I’ve been told by many it’s a morbid fascinate. LOL You’ll get nine short stories about them in this antholI’m drawn to stories about serial killers. I’ve been told by many it’s a morbid fascinate. LOL You’ll get nine short stories about them in this anthology, each author bringing their own dark spin to their tales.
I won’t play favorites and name any certain ones, but some of these hit hard and a couple were pretty good. One left me confused. I read it twice and felt like the end might have been left off or I just completely didn’t get it.
It was great to read some familiar authors and discover new ones. I found a few that I’ll be checking out now.
There’s lots of terrible monsters in these pages. They may look human, but there’s no humanity in the way they delight in their kills. You’ll also come across a bit of the paranormal or supernatural, which I find adds to the suspense and scares.
A great collection that’s sure to satisfy that dark craving inside you. I read them late at night and got even more thrills.
I received a complimentary copy. My review is honestly and voluntarily given....more
Not having read Eve’s books before, but meaning to, I didn’t know what to expect. It’s a brand new spin off series from her Bitten Point books. I wasNot having read Eve’s books before, but meaning to, I didn’t know what to expect. It’s a brand new spin off series from her Bitten Point books. I was thrilled with this book. I was quickly immersed in the story and never felt the need for a break.
Aimi is strong, knows what she wants and goes for it, that being Brandon. I have a feeling he doesn’t stand a chance. It was fun to meet Aimi. She’s my kind of gal. And the antics of her odd family gave me plenty of chuckles.
Brandon grew on my quickly. He’s got a lot to handle, trying to adjust to his new self. He escaped from a facility that experimented on him and he’ll forever be changed by it. He doesn’t know what to make of the sexy and determined Aimi, who states he’s hers.
The chemistry between these two characters was electric. I was anxious to see who would give in to who and had such fun with their back and forth banter.
There’s plenty of snarky dialogue, which is always a win with me. Lots of intrigue, people needing rescuing, and some steamy encounters to warm you up on a cold night.
I’ve been wanting to try Eve’s Bitten Point series, and after having such fun with this book, now I have to.
About the narrator.
Chandra Skye does a fabulous job. She even manages to pull off the male characters convincingly. I’ll be keeping an eye out for her.
I received a complimentary copy from Tantor Audible Books. My review is voluntarily given....more
How could I not read this book after seeing that fantastic cover?
I ate this up faster than the beasties could gobble up the poor saps who visited theHow could I not read this book after seeing that fantastic cover?
I ate this up faster than the beasties could gobble up the poor saps who visited the waters of World’s End, the deepest part of the Hudson. Yes, there’s not one, but two creatures.
Stay out of the water, people. I love it when I actually shake my head and talk to a book. Without the idiots, the book wouldn’t be any fun though. And there’s plenty of people to chum the waters. From those that don’t know there’s something to fear, to those that don’t listen, to those that actually think they can catch or kill these terrors from the deep. It’s a bloody massacre as, one by one, they’re pulled under, dragged overboard, or gobbled up whole.
There’s some interesting character’s. I was hoping John and Sarah would make it. They’re good for each other and very likeable. Other characters add some intriguing twists too.
And the author’s use of anthropology and Indian myths adds mystery while still making the story very believable. Who knows what lurks below, in our deep, dark waters. No one can reach the depths, so who’s to say nothings down there.
I’m a fan of these types of movies. Watched hundreds of them. The plot never gets old. So, I had fun visualizing many of the scenarios that took place. A few of the movies I drew from were Beast, Tentacles, and Jurassic World.
If you like underwater terror and don’t mind it when the characters drop like flies, you’ll enjoy this one. It’s a fun read.
I was gifted a copy of this book. My review is voluntarily given....more
It’s funny that I love to read stories about spiders killing people when I have a huge phobia for them. Just thinking about spiders has my skin twitchIt’s funny that I love to read stories about spiders killing people when I have a huge phobia for them. Just thinking about spiders has my skin twitching, feeling them crawling all over me.
It appears that saying, “Because I can,” rings true in this story. Some people cook up something in a lab, never worrying about what could go wrong. Innocent people start dying, ripped apart.
You getting the picture? A genetically engineered experiment is loose. It’s huge. Crawls on more than six legs. And it’s so very hungry.
The plot never gets old for me. I love movies like this and the author gave me some good old fashioned scares.
It’s been said that there’s a spider within six feet of you at any given time. Creepy to think about, isn’t it?...more