Sunday, June 25, 2017

Review for Good Grief by Vera Ella Unita

Jasmine Frost had imagined the first day at her new job quite differently. How on earth could she have known the arrogant billionaire CoSynpsis/Blurb of Good Griefle Ward would insist on her leading the renovations of his mansion? To oversee the renovations, Jasmine moves in with Cole. Turns out, the mansion needs more than a little makeover, and she is stuck with that growly bear of a man for weeks. He doesn't even like her French bulldog—who the hell doesn't like puppies? Still, they can’t withstand the strong attraction between them. The dark look in his eyes is intriguing and Jasmine can't keep herself from digging into his past. But what if she doesn't like what she finds?

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My 5 Star review

I am in love with Cole! Enough said, goodbye!

Just kidding. LOL...maybe.

This story is so awesome!

While reading this book I was ticked off, mad, happy, crying, and now I am in love. 

This man has lost something so dear and precious to him. He has been living on autopilot for five years. 

I would give anything to be there with them when Jasmine told him that she remembered where she saw him!!!

I can tell you that this is my first read from Vera and it was unbelievable!

The epilogue pulled at my heartstrings times twenty. It literally melted my heart. I truly was the perfect ending. 

P.s. I am going to make my husband grow a damn beard

About the Author:

Due to her father’s many business trips, Vera Elle Unita was born in Germany near Stuttgart in 1990. Since then she has traveled a lot, even studied one year abroad, but finally settled down with her husband and two beautiful dogs back home in the US—hello, Boston! She likes new hair colors, chocolate (who doesn’t?), and reading or writing about strong, perfectly imperfect book boyfriends struggling with their past. Everyone just needs a little love, right?

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Thursday, June 15, 2017

Review for Love Sprung from Hate by Sienna Blake

I didn’t know she was a detective, the only daughter of the Chief of Police.
I didn’t know he was a mafia Prince, heir to the Tyrell’s bloody empire.

It was only supposed to be one night.
God help me, I can’t stop thinking about that night.

So when she walked into the interrogation room, my heart almost stopped.
I can’t believe he might have tortured and killed someone.

I have to avoid her at all costs.
I will be his downfall.

So begins a deadly game of cat and mouse, of blood and lust, of love and duty, and of an attraction so fierce the consequences are inevitable…

Inspired by Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, this is a retelling for mature audiences. Don’t enter the Underworld if you’re scared of the dark.

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My 5 Star review

I am absolutely in love with this book. I was not sure how I was going to like it at first but Omg!
First off William Shakespeare is my favorite and who doesn't love Romeo and Juliet.
Roman and Juliana gave me chills. I loved how they met and the way they were with one another.
But then the big haunting line that played in my mind was nothing is what it seems.
That is true to a T when it comes to this story.
I had no idea what was boiling underneath the surface. I mean really who would if there was really nothing they felt important to share.
Roman is the devils son and you can never run from the devil.
Juliana is a detective surly their paths were going to cross if they only knew who the other truly was.
All I can tell you is that this book had me on the edge of my sit! This story is intense and you will be glued to these pages.
I read this book in 2 hours and I am still in shock. This last page has my mind racing. I need to know what side my Roman stands on.

OMG....I need book two right flipping now!

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Sienna Blake is a pen name for a USA Today Bestselling Author. She loves all things that make her heart race — rollercoasters, thrillers and rowdy unrestrained sex. She likes to explore the darker side of human nature in her writing.

If she told you who she really was, she’d have to kill you. Because of her passion for crime and forensics, she’d totally get away with your murder.

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Review for Mistaken Identity by M.C. Jackson

The last time I saw my sister was the day before she vanished from my life. I’ve spent the last five years searching for her, clinging to the hope that one day I will find out what happened to her, but every lead has ended up at a dead end.

Until now.

He took me because he thinks I’m Her.

My instinct is to run. I want to fight my way out of there, but I can’t. This man is my only connection to my sister. I’ll do whatever it takes to uncover the truth. Even if it means falling right into the arms of a psychopath.

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My 5 star review: 

I  was very impressed with this book. I didn't know how it was going to turn out until the very end. 

To be honest with you this review is very hard to write. I don't want to give anything away. 

So with that being said this book was perfection! These characters could be someone you know or even your neighbors. 

Two young women suffer tragic things at a young age and some people do suffer from PTSD.

As good as this book was I didn't want it to end. I wanted to know more and how their lives continued after everything was all out in the open. 

What can I say I am greedy and I want it all but in all fairness the ending of this book was perfect.

Sunday, June 4, 2017

Review for Retrieval by Aly Martinez

One story. Two couples.

I proposed on our first date. 
She laughed and told me I was insane. Less than a day later, she said yes.
It was a whirlwind, but we were happy… 
Until we got greedy and wanted a family.

It was a life I couldn’t give her, not for lack of trying. Fertility just wasn’t on our side. We sought out doctors and treatments. Spent money we didn’t have. Lied to our families. Smiled for our friends. Put on a brave face for a world that didn’t understand.
Finally, we were successful…
Until we were forced to bury our son.

We were left broken, battered, and destroyed.
They say love is in the details, but it was the details that ruined us.

This is the story of how I took back what had always been mine.
The retrieval of my wife and our family.

My 5 Star review

Holy *hit!!!!!!! Omg what just happened...give me book two ASAP.

This is my first read from Aly Martinez and I assure you, it will not be my last. 

This book was phenomenal! I was so engrossed in the story that I did nothing but read and devoured this book. 

Elisabeth and Roman are my new favorite book couple. I mean come on just reading this book had me wishing I was her so I could have him. 

Ugh....this truly is the hardest review I ever wrote. I want to tell you everything so badly but you need to endure what I just endured! For real, like *hit gets Hella real! 

The synopsis drew me to the book but honey it ain't got *hit on the story.  

This book has love, pain, sorrow, death, criminals, romance, and a whole lot more.

I love how this book was written in so much detail. While reading this book I felt like a fly on the wall that was witnessing every piece of these people's lives. 

Hell when Clara gets scared of Walt, I cringed like he was in my livingroom trying to hurt me....Oh yes, this book was that good. 

Please I beg of you go and read this book. I am starting on book two tomorrow, because it is one am and mama needs her beauty rest. 

About the Author:

Originally from Savannah, Georgia, USA Today bestselling author Aly Martinez now lives in South Carolina with her four young children.

Never one to take herself too seriously, she enjoys cheap wine, mystery leggings, and baked feta. It should be known, however, that she hates pizza and ice cream, almost as much as writing her bio in the third person.

She passes what little free time she has reading anything and everything she can get her hands on, preferably with a super-sized tumbler of wine by her side.