Sunday, November 27, 2011

Virtue by Amanda Hocking

Virtue was a quick read with a storyline reminiscent of a fairy tale. Virtue was not a favorite of mine by Amanda Hocking, but a good read, all the less. Because this read was a novella I felt as though the story was rushed and could have easily been a full length novel.

Silence by Becca Fitzpatrick

Silence, the third installment of the Hush, Hush series did not grab me in the same way book one and two did. Enough time had lapsed between books two and three that I felt a recount of past events in Silence would help refresh the reader as to the events of book two. Overall I enjoyed this read, but felt something lacking from the prior installments in the series.

Angel Burn by L.A. Weatherly

I enjoyed the premise of Angel Burn. The basis of the story is something entirely different than what I have experienced with angel novels. There was a noticeable chemistry between Willow and Alex that kept me wanting more, although the storyline was a bit predictable in places. Overall a good read that I would recommend.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Great Hexpectations by H.P. Mallory

Absolutely AMAZING!!! I positively loved the third installment of the Dulcie O'Neil series. The chemistry between the characters, the humor, the surprises and the emotion this book invokes is unbelievable. I am anxiously awaiting the next installment, but will now re-read the entire series to relive it all from the beginning- yes it was that good! Way to go H.P., you have outdone yourself with this one!