Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Review: Seduced by the Boss by Milan Watson

Seduced by the BossSeduced by the Boss by Milan Watson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Once again, I loved reading a Milan Watson romance! I love her easy-going style and also the convoluted way in which love eventually wins. This one particular felt more character driven – we really get to know Max and Rafi – and I thoroughly enjoyed it. You will too!

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Review: Prince's Parish by Joshua Robertson

The Prince's ParishThe Prince's Parish by Joshua Robertson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This short story packs quite a *gasp* punch! Well worth a read, but be prepared!

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Review: Balfair's Confinement by Phil Williams


We return to the world of Estalia in this short story (yay!) and enter the life of a young slave woman under the control of Balfair. She seeks a new life and makes plans; Balfair, after all, treats her like dirt and doesn’t want to share the big and dangerous project he’s working on … oh boy, I was breathless reading this! Would she get caught? Or did she have it all wrong?


LOVED this! Phil Williams is fast becoming one of my favourite authors!


Review: The Bastard Princess by Gemma Lawrence




It dawned on me


Too busy denying


Grammar Quiz



Lol, another FB quiz!

Monday, August 7, 2017

Review: The Abduction Myth by M.M. Simons

The Abduction MythThe Abduction Myth by M.M. Simons
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I don’t know what to say here, but I feel Abduction Myth deserves a review, a glowing one. This read is intense. It goes deeply into the mind and myths of a young woman, and I could not stop reading. In many ways I identified with the main character, the issues entrenched in her psyche, if not actual events. It makes for interesting reading.

It didn’t end the way I expected. In fact, I am left with questions. This does not detract from the story at all; the questions have made the kind of impression that makes this is a read difficult to forget, and isn’t that the point of a great story?

Well done to the author. I look forward to reading more!


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Review: Across the Darlkling Sea by K. Ferrin

Across the Darkling SeaAcross the Darkling Sea by K. Ferrin
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This story is so different from the norm . Fantasy with a decided twist. The main character is not your usual ‘save the world’ personality, and that intrigued me no end. How do you weave a tale around someone who cannot remember herself (or what caused it) on a daily basis? I had to find out! Definitely recommend this to readers who love something different when it comes to Fantasy!

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