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review 2017-10-23 18:53
More from the happy place..
Tequila Mockingbird - Rhys Ford,Tristan James Mabry

That's right I'm still listening to Rhys Ford's 'Sinner's Gin' on audio and loving it...totally loving it. 

 

'Tequila Mockingbird' is Connor and Forest story and like the previous books I loved re-visiting this story on audio every bit as much as I enjoyed reading it the first time.

 

Ok, I'm off to finish listening to Quinn and Rafe's story and oh my god, I think I'd forgotten how much I loved these two. I think Connor's probably my favorite Morgan...well, no actually I just love them all. Start to finish this series is such a delight and so awesome...e-book or audio it totally rocks and Tristan James has nailed it perfectly.

 

Original Review: Tequila Mockingbird by Rhys Ford

 

and I'm out of here and off to continue my 'Sloe Ride' with Quinn and Rafe.

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review 2017-10-23 17:52
So this is still happening...
Blackfrost - Jaye McKenna

Me and my cyber dragon child enjoyed our buddy read of 'Burn the Sky' so much that of course this past weekend we needed more and jumped into 'Blackfrost' the second book in Jaye McKenna's 'Wytch King' series and it was just as awesome as the first one. 

 

'Blackfrost' picks up a couple of years after the events of 'Burn the Sky'. Kian has resumed his apprenticeship with Ilya as his teacher and he's almost done when another Witch Master arrives at Altan and orders Kian to Blackfrost where he is to care for Prince Ambris of Mirean. 

 

It doesn't take Kian long to figure out that things aren't what they seem at Blackfrost but he's just not sure exactly what's going on. As Kian tries to puzzle out what's happening at Blackfrost he and Ambris get to know each other becoming friends...friends who want more, but neither man is convinced that more is what they can have.

 

This one was definitely a slow burn but with the risk to both of them exploring the more was to risky. Between the machinations of Wytch Master Taretha and Malik, captain of the guard at Blackfrost who loved nothing more than to brutalize people...especially Ambris and Kian getting through a day without being abused is a full time job.

 

While there was a point about halfway through this story where things were a little on the slow side and I admit I was starting to feel  a little frustrated with the lack of progress happening in the story line. Fortunately my frustration was short lived and I was rewarded with an ending that was very worthwhile and that I thoroughly enjoyed. 

 

Woven into this story are some new characters but we also have many of the characters from 'Burn the Sky' playing key roles in this story but not monopolizing it...Witch Master Ilya, Wytch King Gerrick, Prince Jaire, Mille who rules King Gerrick kitchen's and seems to be mother hen to them all.  

 

I loved the ending for this story. Kian and Ambris endured a lot to earn their HEA and it was well deserved. I loved that while this story was set in the same world as 'Burn the Sky' it was also very different and while the first book hooked me, 'Blackfrost' definitely sank that hook in good and hard making me want more...all the dragons will be mine and my awesome cyber dragon child, Josy's we're both totally on board for the rest of this series and looking forward to our next awesome Dragon Buddy Read. Thanks for joining me on this awesome dragon adventure Josy. I'm definitely looking forward to our next dragon adventure when we get more of Jaire because he's freakin' adorable!!!

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review 2017-10-23 03:38
Book Tour: Beyond Believing
Beyond Believing: An Inspiring Story to Awaken the Heart (The Beyond Series) - Jerry D. Marx

Olivia must deal with the loss of a best friend. How will she deal with the loss? Finn is also has found his first love and marries and goes to Culinary school in Paris. Most of this is dealt tough this loss of his wife Christine? Olivia talks to Dan though songs and other signs. Finn talks and asks for requests though signs from his wife Christine?

 

D.D. Marx does a wonderful job with the plot. Olivia is put through her life and what she wants to do. Will she find her true love? Is Dan and Christine behind all the paths and are they the guardian's angels for Olivia and Finn.

 

Olivia was sent to Hellexia and meets up with Finn McDaniels. What do you know when two people bring life back for to people that lose some they love.  We find out the Finn met Dan while they were on a trip to Ireland together. We find out what happens to Christine, Dan’s best friend.

Source: nrcbooks.blogspot.com/2017/10/book-tour-beyond-believing.html
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review 2017-10-22 19:09
Here I am...still in that happy place...
The Devil's Brew - Rhys Ford

So this was my original review...

This was a wonderful, but short Valentine's story in the world of Sinner's Gin. It was sweet, sexy and filled with romance. A very enjoyable interlude with these men. I look forward to reading more from this author soon.

I know it's short and sweet...well then it matched the story didn't it? 

 

I'm not changing that except to say that this was every bit as enjoyable on audio and I'm still over the moon in love with all of these amazing characters. So read the books or listen to the audio it matters not the experience is awesome and the stories are so worth it.

 

Ok, I'm done now...because next it's Connor's story and "sighs happily" he is the alphaest of the alpha for me. Have a happy Sunday and wherever you are and  whatever you're reading, enjoy!

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review 2017-10-22 18:40
More happy place with the Sinners...
Whiskey and Wry - Tristan James,Rhys Ford

Yeah, I won't even try and pretend that I didn't press the play button on this one as soon as 'Sinner's Gin' was done because that's totally what I did and it's been a repeat of the first book loved the story, loved the narration and I'm still in that happy place.

 

So here's the link to my first review and I'm off to the next book...or the one after that because yeah, I've already listened to 'The Devil's Brew' (review coming shortly)...anyways, Rhys Ford's 'Sinners' + Tristan James = me still in a happy place.

 

Original Review: Whiskey and Wry

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