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[Audiobook Review]The Architect of Song by A.G. Howard

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17 October
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I am big fan of A.G. Howard’s Splintered Series. When I saw The Architect of Song was now available on audiobook I bought it and started listening to it right then. I was not disappointed by this audiobook. I really enjoy a good audiobook that can distract me from the frustrations of say traffic while I am driving in my car. It is definitely the type of audiobook that is a great escape from the monotony of my day. The Architect of Song is a gothic romance that swept me right up into the story and I enjoyed every minute… Read more »

[Review] Wild Reckless by Ginger Scott

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20 December
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I have to admit that Wild Reckless was on my radar after I saw it as a nominee on Goodreads Choice Awards. Then I read the synopsis and I thought this was a book right up my alley. I am sure if you have read my reviews then you know by now that I am sucker for all things romance. Wild Reckless is about a new girl falling for the town bad boy. I don’t know it was a good story but I just felt it was pretty generic. After I spent time going over my thoughts I realized that… Read more »

[Review] White Raven by J.L. Weil

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27 July
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  I think this book has potential to become a favorite but right now it was good and liked it well enough. I am curious for more. I think this story spent way too much time on the instalust and not enough time explaining what was going on. I was confused about everything except that Piper got all hot and gooey every time Zane was around. I mean I would have liked more explained about the Reaper war that is coming. I would have actually liked a training montage. I think this story is broken up into short volumes so… Read more »

[Review] The Mistake by Elle Kennedy

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14 June
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I read this book in one day because I liked it so much. I liked the humor, the heart break and, of course, the sizzling chemistry this book has to offer. I like when big sexy confident athletes give the babbling sometimes socially awkward girl a chance. There is something to be said for a guy that smiles and laughs when a girl is babbling about charming serial killers in the first five minutes of meeting him. I like a guy that will jump through some major hoops like writing a love poem, taking a sexy pic on red velvet… Read more »

[ARC Review] God’s Daughter

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30 March
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As vikings are my heritage and in my blood, this was a must pick up for me, and it was an enjoyable read. The book begins with our protagonist Gudrid, witnessing the death of her mother by hanging as a sacrifice to Thor. Immediately, we are acquainted with Gudrid’s hatred of Thor for this loss, and her inspiration to reject Viking myth and lore in favor of the Christian religion. Very briefly, the events of Gudrid’s adolescent life are extrapolated- after the death of her mother, her father soon followed and so she was taken in and trained by a volva (viking… Read more »