Tag: ARC

Excerpt and Giveaway: Run to Ground by Katie Ruggle

Excerpt and Giveaway: Run to Ground by Katie Ruggle

Her shoulders lifting and dropping again in a sigh, Jules stiffened her spine. She just needed to be confident. She also needed to not let the cop’s air of authority—as well as his muscled forearms and pretty dark-brown eyes—reduce her to the babbling idiot she’d become the last time he’d been at the diner. For goodness’ sake, she’d messed up her name. Her name. If she wanted to survive in her new life, she needed to step up her game. Firming her jaw, she picked up a coffeepot and headed to Theo’s table. He watched her, his frown deepening with each step, and she […]

Review: Stay by Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy

Review: Stay by Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy

Really enjoyed this one! This is the second book in the Wags series by Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy and it’s just as funny as the first book. Matthew Eriksson “Snipes” is the Toronto team’s hockey star and he happens to be the client of one Hailey Taylor Emery “Hottie” company called Fetch. Fetch is an online virtual assistance company, the company you call when you forget to do things and remember them at the last minute or to more important things like booking things for work etc. Matt has been using Fetch since his divorce almost two years ago and Hailey has been […]

Review and Giveaway: Hearts on Air by L.H. Cosway

Review and Giveaway: Hearts on Air by L.H. Cosway

Another five star read from the talented L.H Cosway. Honestly this woman can write a love story about ramen noodles and it would still be an amazing and unique piece of work! The story is about the final Cross brother Trevor (a parkour enthusiast) and his shy but talented best friend Reya with whom he’s kind of in love with but still manages to fuck it up (don’t they all?). Despite the iffy story line, which lets be real sounds cliché as hell and been done to death, it was incredibly refreshing and the story line didn’t come across as cheesy or boring. Throwing […]

Review: Deadmen Walking by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Posted 12th June 2017 by Izy
PNR/UF Romance, Reviews 0 Comments
Review: Deadmen Walking by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Deadmen Walking is the first book in the Deadmen’s Cross triology, a historical spin off from Dark-Hunter and the hell-hounds universe and Oh my this was such a great read and a fantastic start to the trilogy! Captain Devyl Bane used to be an evil warlord and is currently the dead Captain of the ship, sailing of to save the gates that will unleash hell on earth if the gates open. The gates are keeping the evil and ancient gods bend on destruction and chaos. He and his crew made a pact with Thorn to protect the seas and keep the gates from opening. On […]

Review and giveaway: The Story of Us by Tara Sivec

Review and giveaway: The Story of Us by Tara Sivec

What a ride!! This is such a tear jerker, playing at sorts of emotions book and I loved it…I usually tend to stick to less ansty and painful contemporaries but this story caught my attention from the blurb and it didn’t let go till the end. Eli James, a marine has been in a hell hole for the past 1,843 days since his capture after being in a IED explosion by the enemies armed forces. He and his best friend were trapped for years and the only thing that got him through was Shelby and making it back to her. He comes home to find […]

Review: Buns by Alice Clayton

Posted 7th June 2017 by Izy
Contemporary romance, Reviews 0 Comments
Review: Buns by Alice Clayton

Rating~ 4 – 4.5 stars This new instalment in the Hudson Valley series is about Clara Morgan and Archie Bryant. Clara Morgan loves her job, rebranding hotels and giving them new life gives her the warm fuzzies anyone can wish with their job. Clara prefers running from one job to another, never really setting, she has an apartment but its more to keep the stuff she’s collected than actually live. As a foster child and a with drug addict of a mother, Clara never really had much stability in her life and was never around a family to become actually a part of the […]

Review: Somehow, Some way by Jennifer Probst

Review: Somehow, Some way by Jennifer Probst

Who doesn’t like enemies to lovers especially when it’s about co-workers who can’t stand each other?! Charlotte Grayson loves her job, renovating and working for the Pierce Brothers Construction is simply put a dream come true for her and she also loves the people she works for all apart from the giant uptight architect, Brady. Brady Heart likes things in order, he isn’t as enamoured with Charlotte as the rest of the brothers are. He prefers structure and doing things a certain and his ideal wife happens to be a complete stepford wife. It’s too bad that he a case major lust for someone […]

Sworn to Protect by Diana Gardin Review, Excerpt and Giveaway

Sworn to Protect by Diana Gardin Review, Excerpt and Giveaway

Rating~ 3.75- 4 stars I quite enjoyed this one! This was my first book by Diana Girdin and certainly won’t be the last! What’s is about:  Rayne Alexander left her hometown and her family behind at 17, pregnant and alone. Betrayed by her family, the guy she loved and his family she was devastated. But all isn’t as it seems since Jeremy Teague had no idea that Rayne was even pregnant, he thought that she no longer loved him and didn’t want to be with him but he never got over her. Now Rayne is back, working at the security company and meeting Jeremy after […]

Review: Blaze by Donna Grant

Review: Blaze by Donna Grant

It was really nice going back to the Dark Kings world, I don’t why but I kind of stopped reading them around book 4 I think, anyways reading this one made me really want to go back and read the ones I didn’t and read the Druids series (Dark Sword/Dark Warrior) because I realised I had missed them. It also has made me really curious about the reapers series which I have not yet read. Anson is the Dragon King of the brown dragons, with his current job to well babysit two women on a mission to bring down Kyvor, a tech company that might be […]

Review: From the Start by Cheryl Etchison

Posted 29th May 2017 by Izy
Contemporary romance, Reviews 0 Comments
Review: From the Start by Cheryl Etchison

Ranger Battalion Surgeon Michael MacGregor (boy that’s a mouthful) first meets Kacie Morgan at her sister’s bachelorette party. Kacie is reluctant to start anything with anyone especially with a guy who not only has her ex’s name but also is in the military. Michael on the other hand can’t get Kacie out of his head and a second chance meeting leads to them to eventually becoming friends with benefits. Kacie is in a position in her life where she is ready to take charge of her life instead of wasting it on a guy, she’s moving away for a fellowship for physical therapy at […]