Book Review: No Exit by Julie Harris

Title: No Exit Author: Julie Harris Genre: Paranormal, Thriller, Romance Publisher: Self-Published Publication Date: January 5th, 2012 Rating: 4,5 stars Goodreads | Amazon | B&N Review copy provided by the author. Visit the author’s website. Sometimes glimpsing the future can be deadly. US Navy SEAL Kelly Nolan, who commands a small special ops unit, is […]

Tour Starter Day Party Tundra 37

The second tour I’m honored to kick-start here today on I Heart Reading, is for science-fiction romance novel Tundra 37 by Aubrie Dionne. This is the sequel to Paradise 21, a book I’ve previously read and reviewed here on my blog and which I enjoyed immensly. You can read my review for Paradise 21 here. […]

Truly, Madly, Deeply You Starter Day Party

February 21st – Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading February 22nd – Book Review @ Forever Lost in Books February 23th- Guest Post @ Mama Knows Books February 24th – Book Excerpt and Guest Post The Daydreamer’s Book Obsession February 25th – Review @ A Pocket Full of Books February 27th – Book Excerpt […]

Book Review: A Vampire’s Deadly Delight by Liv Rancourt

Title: A Vampire’s Deadly Delight Author: Liv Rancourt Genre: Vampires, Paranormal, Clicklit, Novella Publication Date: January 11th 2012 Publisher: Black Opal Books Rating: 3,5 stars Review copy thanks to Bookish Snob Promotions. Smashwords | B&N | Amazon She’s a quiet, unassuming bookstore owner by day, but by night… Kristen has a deadly secret—when she smells […]

Starter Day Party Always You Book Tour

February 6th – Tour Starter Party @ I Heart Reading February 7th – Book Excerpt @ Reut Reads February 8th – Guest Post @ Nicki J. Markus February 9th – Review + Author Interview @ Nightly Reading February 10th: Review @ Books, Books and More Books February 11th – Guest Post @ Brenda McCreight’s Blog […]

Book Review: Still Waters by Emma Carlson Berne

Title: Still Waters Author: Emma Carlson Berne Genre: Young Adult, Mystery and Suspense, Thriller, Romance Publisher: Simon & Schuster Publication Date: December 20th 2011 Rating: 2,5 stars Goodreads | Book Depository | Amazon Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Hannah can’t wait to sneak off for a romantic weekend […]

Book Review: Betrayal’s Shadow by K.H. LeMoyne

Title: Betrayal’s Shadow Author: K.H. LeMoyne Genre: Paranormal Romance, Romance Publisher: Digital Crystal Press Publication Date: April 14th 2011 Author Website | Goodreads | Amazon Rating: 4 stars Review copy provided by the author through Enchanted Book Promotions. What would you do to save your people from extinction? What if your race held the key […]

Book Review: The Wedding Gift by Kathleen McKenna

Title: The Wedding Gift Author: Kathleen McKenna Genre: Paranormal Mystery, Supernatural Thriller, Horror, Romance, Adult Publisher: Bell Bridge Books Publication Date: October 3rd 2011 Rating: 3 stars Goodreads | Amazon | Author Website Review copy provided by the publisher through Netgalley. 17 year old Leeann Worthier is the perfect girl in town – or so […]

Book Review: Death In The Traveling City by Nathalie Mallet

Title: Death in the Traveling City (Prince Amir Series #3) Author: Nathalie Mallet Genre: Fantasy, Mystery and Suspense, Romance Publisher: Createspace Publication Date: July 6th 2011 Rating: 4 stars Goodreads | Amazon | Book Depository | Author Website Review copy provided by the author. Amir is glad to have followed his friends, Khuan and Lilloh, […]

Book Review: The King’s Daughters by Nathalie Mallet

I have to say that I’m totally entranced by Nathalie Mallet’s fantasy series involving Prince Amir of the faraway land of Telfar as a main character. I loved the first book, as you can read in my review, and I instantly dove into the second one. I admit that I probably enjoyed The King’s Daughters even more than I enjoyed the previous book in the series. On the one hand, I liked the setting better. Telfar, Amir’s homeland, reminded me a lot of Arabia, and although that is mysterious and refreshing, the setting of this book, Sorvinka, a country reminding me a lot of Russia or Romania, made me even more intrigued. I’ve always loved Russian/Romanian folklore, and tales of witchcraft, superstition and the Baba Yaga, and I got all of that in this single book. Additionally, there is something strangely intriguing about a country covered in ice and snow, with harsh winters, impressive mountain ranges and foreign customs. The second reason of course, is the fact that I already knew some of the characters, in particular the main character, Amir. I already knew how he was at first, what journey he went through in The Princes of the Golden Cage, and the person he turned out to be by the end of the book, so I was excited to read more about what happened to him next.