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review 2018-09-18 14:08
not an easy read, but a brilliant one!
Savior (415 Ink #2) - Rhys Ford
This is book two in the 415 Ink series, and while not totally necessary, I would recommend that you read book one, Rebel first. Not least because I said so, but it will give you a little bit more understanding of these men and how their family works. When Mace's past comes back into his life, will he let his demons beat him? Or will he finally start to believe that Rob, that HE is worth it? Okay. So! After reading Rebel, I knew Ms Ford was gonna wreck me, but silly me started this book in my lunch break at work and I was woefully unprepared with what Ford was throwing at me! These five men, brothers in all ways but blood, have a strong tight bond but Mace thinks they will disown him when they find out what his father made him do as a child. And those things that he did? No one should have to do those things to survive, let alone a ten year old child. Rob is convinced that Mace hates him, when quite the opposite is true and when they give into the obvious chemistry that has been simmering away?? It boils over in spectacular fashion! Rob has family issues, and I never quite got to grips with what they were but it didn't spoil my reading experience.
But Mace? He really did break my heart! This big strong fireman, who needs noise and needs to leave a nightlight on, broke my freaking heart in the way only Ford can do!
She is, quite simply, a Master at her craft, and I never know what she is going to throw at me. No matter which way you see a story going, it doesn't. It goes off on it's own sweet way, and you just keep page turning and page turning until, well, until you run out of book and you are left with a little paragraph that throws you into the next book! All these guys have history, there are little snippets and hints thrown in here that makes your brain think about Bear, about Ivo an about Luke. Luke I'm finding the most tight lipped of them all and it's HIS story I want to read next, but Ivo is up first, I think. Bear and Ivo have a tale to tell and I just wonder what Ford is going to throw at us for the remaining three brothers. I just want to read them all, but no matter what you THINK will come out, you know, you jut KNOW that Ford will blow that all out of the window and I will be left a blubbering mess in my lunch break and I will have to face customers with red eyes! And I WILL, and I won't care. Because I simply CANNOT fault this book! 5 stunning and emotional stars **same worded review will appear elsewhere**


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review 2018-08-31 09:08
mixed feelings
Dark Summer - Lizzy Ford

Summer is from an orphanage and sixteen with no friends or boyfriend and is now in a new school- a witching boarding  school. Summer had been sent from school to school because it seemed wherever she went weird things start to happen. Summer is kind but afraid to open up as she is afraid she will be sent away again. Summer finds are she is a witchling. There are three light laws and three dark laws . But at this school Summer finds out there are others with magic like her. There are two types of magic light which is good and dark which is bad and there has to be balance.  Deck is to become the master of Night and Fire and his twin Beck the Master of Light and they are to make sure the laws aren’t broken. You are tested so you can find out which type of magic you are. Once you are dark you can’t go back to light. Summers powers reside with air and earth and she is very powerful. Decker are twins at the witching school. Summer first meets Deck and he walks her to the school but then she likes Beck better as he makes her magic “ sing”- Summer finds a fawn that needs help and she nurses it back to help and this shows she has light magic. But then the deer  had been fatally hurt and Summer put the deer out of its misery and she fails the real test and is dark. Decker is Summer’s boyfriend but he is also the collector of dark souls and now he must collect Summer’s soul which means he has to kill her but he can’t do it. Summer ends up falling off the cliff and dies. But Summer isn’t really dead and maybe there is a way back because a dark master can’t be with a dark witch only a light witch to balance out the evil in him.

I had mixed feeling about this book especially after it ended in a cliffhanger and went from a 4  to a 3 for me. I hate cliffhangers. I didn’t like how at times Beck was mean to Summer. I did love the suspense in this book. I like how there were were shades of gray in both light and dark magic. This did drag for me at times. I did also choke up at  times while reading this. I did love the twists and turns in this book. There was a little too much drama in this book for me. Also the jumping back and forth ex- Summer is dead then maybe not. I did like both Summer and Decks POV was shown. I loved how protective Deck was of Summer. So as you can see I have mixed feelings. I really liked some things and others not so much. And the cliffhanger I hated that never changes.

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text 2018-08-09 19:35
Once Upon a Wolf (The Wayward Wolves Series Book 1)by Rhys Ford $1.99
Once Upon a Wolf - Rhys Ford

Gibson Keller’s days are fairly routine: wake up early, get some work done, drink lots of coffee, and take care of Ellis, his older brother, stuck in wolf form after coming home from the war. It’s a simple life made up of long runs on two legs—or four—and quiet evenings…. Until Ellis chases a handsome man off a cliff and into the frozen waters beside their cabin, changing Gibson’s life forever.


For Zach Thomas, buying an old B&B is a new start. Leaving behind his city life, he longs to find peace and quiet, and hiking the trails behind his property seems safe enough—right up to the moment an enormous black wolf chases him into a lake, nearly drowning him. Discovering werewolves are real astounds him, but not as much as the man who rescues him from the icy water, then walks into Zach’s heart as if he owns it.


Loving a werewolf—loving Gibson with all his secrets—has its challenges, but Zach believes their love is worth fighting for, especially since his heart knows the big bad wolf is really a prince in disguise.

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text 2018-08-06 08:08
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review 2018-07-09 04:55
Sin and Tonic (Sinners #6) - Rhys Ford

This is book #6, in the Sinners series.  This book can be read as a standalone novel.  To fully enjoy and understand, I recommend reading this incredibly sexy series in order.


Miki and Kane's story continues with Miki working on things that bother him.  This is a hard move for him, as facing demons of the past always bring pain and suffering.  Wanting to be in a future with Kane without further issues, he is really trying.


Kane has stumbled into a case that is going to bring pain to his very sweet love.  When he delves further, he starts to worry that being involved is worth it.  The past always seems to knock on another door that no one wants to open.


I absolutely loved this book.  Even with how hard it was to read, I loved and devoured every word.  I often had tears streaming down my face, but this was an epic and very worth it ending to a truly phenomenal series.  My heart loved every cross over pieced in, and hope that we visit their world int he future.  I give this story a 5/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

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