Thursday, July 20, 2017

Guest Review by Julie: Follow Me by Tiffany Snow

Series:     Corrupted Hearts #1
Pub. Date:Oct 4, 2016
Publisher:Montlake Romance
Length:295 pages

China is a smart, socially awkward, computer programmer whose OCD tendencies border severe. Most of the time, I got a kick of her personality. Sometimes her extreme logic was annoying though and I couldn't decide if it helped or hindered her in some situations. 

Friday, July 14, 2017

Audiobook Review: Once Bitten, Twice Burned by Cynthia Eden

Series:     Phoenix Fire #2
Pub. Date:May 23, 2017
Publisher:Tantor Audio
Narrators:Jillian Macie
Length:12 hrs 27 min

Once Bitten, Twice Burned is the second book in the Phoenix Fire series, and it takes place mostly contemporaneously with Burn for Me. While the stories in the series are intertwined, I believe you could read these as a standalone if you really wanted to. However, if you start with Burn for Me, you will get more background as to the villainous plot and the phoenix supernaturals in general.

Richard Wyatt and his Genesis project is a corrupt government organization that has been experimenting on supernaturals against their will. In Burn for Me, Eve and Cain seemed to singlehandedly take on the bad guys. However we saw a headstrong vampire popping up at various times over the course of that book as he was searching for someone and generally getting in Cain's way. This is the story of that vampire and his fated mate.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Guest Review: Survival Instinct by Janie Crouch

Series:     Instinct #3
Pub. Date:July 11, 2017
Publisher:Calamity Jane
Length:244 pages
Source:Tasty Book Tours

Chloe Jeffries is a petite control freak with endless energy. Writing for a popular tv show let's her channel that energy into a lucrative and creative endeavor, but it's the voices in her head that provide the show with its entertaining storylines. Unfortunately, one of the voices is louder than most and has decided to stalk someone on set. Chloe doesn't know who the intended victim is, but she's willing to help figure it out..within reason, of course. She never expected someone like Shane Westman to show up and disrupt the little bubble of creativity she's created on the set, nor did she expect to be attracted to someone who has the personality of an ice cube.