Alexis Ames decides to learn who she really is, with or without the help of her mother, who guards their secrets closely. After meeting Tristan Knight and discovering that he s not normal either, the secrets begin to unravel. Their union brings promise to the future of mankind. But it also incites a dangerous pursuit by the enemy. Because they are a match made in Heaven and in Hell.
Thursday, August 25, 2011
This has got to be the most heart wrenching, tear jerking reads I have delve into in the longest time- if ever. This is a heart warming, intimate and tragic tale of a woman scorned, a mom's memoirs for her son and one mans mysterious past which will keep the reader guessing until the final chapters. Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas comes complete with a beautiful backdrop of Martha's Vineyard and a set of unforgettable characters. A page turner that will require a box of tissues!
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Fate Fixed is about a girl name Lexie and the boy of her dreams, Torin. The small town Lexie moves to with her mother, sister and step family experiences gruesome fatal attacks and mysterious happenings in the woods in her new hometown. Fate Fixed is a supernatural mystery that will keep the reader guessing as to who is behind the attacks; a rabid animal or something worse...something unthinkable. The protagonist, Lexie is likeable, as is the man of her dreams, Torin. Fate Fixed, book one in the Erris Coven Series, is a good read. Enjoy!
Saturday, August 6, 2011
'A Demon Made Me Do It' was a unique and interesting read. I have read a lot of paranormal fiction, but can not think of a read that comes close to the premise of the first installment in the Demonblood Series. Meet Liora, a likable protagonist, who we soon learn has a dark secret. Enter an alternate existence, mysterious murders and a handsome newcomer, Kieron. 'A Demon Made Me Do It' was compelling from beginning to end. I am anxiously awaiting book two in the series!
Friday, August 5, 2011
Monday, August 1, 2011
'Some girls share clothes, a bathroom, or a bedroom. Seventeen-year-old Liora Greyson has to share, too. Only she shares her body--with a demon.'
Craved by Stephanie Nelson is a captivating read that kept me turning the pages and wanting more. I enjoyed the chemistry between Gwen, the witchy protagonist and Aiden, the sexy vampire pursuing her. Add in a murder mystery, some laugh out loud humor, a wolfy ex and magic galore and you have Craved. I am very much looking forward to the next installment of this new series.
I was expecting Witches of East End to be an easier read than it turned out to be. I had a difficult time losing myself in this read. To me, the final chapters were the most revealing and least cryptic. I would have liked to have learned more about the protagonists earlier in the book. I did find the protagonists likable and the antagonists hard to identify, which kept me going and guessing until almost the very end.