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review 2017-05-23 12:17
Another great addition to a great series
Craving His Command - A Doms Of Genesis ... Craving His Command - A Doms Of Genesis Novella - Jenna Jacob

This is a great quick read that I could not put down. Symone and Sir Justice are great together and the back story was so interesting and intriguing that you just keep rooting for them but don't know how it is going to know how it will turn out. With all the other books in this series which is one of the many reasons why I love this series is Jenna Jacobs brings all of the characters from previous books back and you feel like hey are family. Jenna Jacob has another hit with this book.

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url 2017-05-16 20:26
44 new books in series today
Testimony - Scott Turow
World Without End (!Hero Trilogy) - Ross Lawhead,Mark Gilroy,Stephen R. Lawhead
Vanguard - Jack Campbell
Hospitality and Homicide (A Tourist Trap Mystery) - Lynn Cahoon
The Ultimatum (The Guardian Book 1) - Karen Robards
Raised in Fire (Fire and Ice Trilogy) (Volume 2) - K.F. Breene
Thick As Thieves - Megan Whalen Turner
Under Pressure - Alex Morgan

Highlighted a few in this post ; see http://www.fictfact.com/BookReleaseCalendar for the rest and the series info.

Source: www.fictfact.com/BookReleaseCalendar
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review 2017-04-05 13:26
Tote Augen // Genesis!!!
Tote Augen: Thriller - Karin Slaughter

German and english review


Inhalt: Als Krankenhausärztin in Atlanta, Georgia, versucht Dr. Sara Linton, ihr Leben neu zu ordnen. Doch als es zu einer Reihe grausamer Folterungen und Morde kommt, kann die ehemalige Rechtsmedizinerin aus Grant County nicht tatenlos zusehen. Sie schaltet sich in die Ermittlungen von Will Trent und Faith Mitchell vom Georgia Bureau of Investigation ein, auch wenn die Ereignisse schmerzhafte Erinnerungen in ihr wecken, die sie eigentlich hinter sich lassen wollte...


Es ist eindeutig nicht mein Lieblingsbuch in der Reihe aber es ist immer noch unglaublich klasse. Gerade als Fan der Grant County Serie ist es einfach unheimlich schön Sara Linton wieder zu sehen, nachdem die Serie um sie doch so unschön geendet hat und mich dazu gebracht hatte, der Autorin eine Weile aus dem Weg zu gehen. Übrigens haben die Erinnerungen an Jeffrey wieder all die Gefühle mit sich gebracht, jedes Mal ein gemeiner Stich ins Herz.


Der Fall an sich war wirklich richtig gut geschrieben, am Anfang hab ich aber viel zu lange gebraucht um richtig rein zufinden und habe die Namen der Frauen ständig verwechselt und wusste irgendwann garnicht mehr wer wer war. Das hat sich dann aber mit der Zeit gegeben. Es war spannend wie immer und ich habe auch bis zur Aufklärung nicht gewusst, wer nun dahinter steckt. Mehr sag ich zu dem Fall nicht, soll ja alles schön spannend bleiben.


Also zu den Charakteren.


Ich fand es gut wie Sara in die Geschichte mit reingeschrieben wurde, es hat sich natürlich und richtig angefühlt und nicht so als hätte die Autorin auf biegen und brechen versucht Sara reinzuquetschen. Beide Daumen hoch dafür.


Faith. Ich bin mit ihr die Achterbahn der Gefühle gefahren. Sie hat wirklich Urlaub verdient. Bei ihr ist ja so einiges passiert, dass ihr Leben total auf den Kopf stellt. Im Übrigen hat mir super gut gefallen, wie sich ihre Partnerschaft zu Will entwickelt hat und die Beiden hatten einfach so viele schöne Momente. Ich mag die beiden einfach total gerne. Im Gegensatz zu Angie und Will. Ich mochte Angie im ersten Buch so sehr, im zweiten Buch war ich schon nicht mehr begeistert wenn sie aufgetaucht ist und jetzt im dritten Buch, haben mich ihre und Will's Momente nur wirklich total verstört und ich hab mich überhaupt nicht wohl gefühlt. Ich will einfach nur, dass er von ihr weg kommt. Ich weiß, dass er denkt, niemand anderes könnte ihn lieben aber Angie ist eindeutig die Falsche für ihn.


Ich habe das nächste Buch noch nicht, deswegen wird es eine Weile dauern, bis ich mit der Serie weitermachen kann aber ich bin wirklich gespannt wie es weitergeht...




Summary: When a tortured young woman enters the trauma center of an Atlanta hospital, Dr. Sara Linton is thrust into a desperate police investigation with Special Agent Will Trent and his partner, Faith Mitchell. Though guarding their own wounds and their own secrets, Sara, Will, and Faith find that they are all that stand between a madman and his next victim.


It is definitelynot my favorite book in the series but it was still pretty amazing. Especially as a fan of the Grant County series, it was just wonderful to see Sara Linton again, after that series ended pretty devestating and I kinda avoided the author for a bit. The memories of Jeffrey just brought all those feelings back and felt like a stab in the heart.


The case itself was really well written, in the beginning I had a hard time really getting into it, though, and I kept mixing the names of the women and at one point I couldn't remember who was who. That changed, thankfully. It was suspenseful until the end, and I didn't know who the bad guy was until it was explained. Nothing more about the case because I don't wanna spoil anything.


So on to the characters.


I loved how Sara was written into the story, it felt natural and right, not at all like the author wanted to put her in the story or the sake of having her in it. You know what I mean? Thumps up for that.


With Faith I felt like I went through every emotion she went through and that was one heck of a roller coaster ride. She needs a vacation. So many things happened to her, so many things that will change her life completely. On the good side, though, I loved how her partnership with Will developed and the great moments they had. I just love these two so much. On the other hand, Angie and Will. I loved Angie in the first book. In the second book I got annoyed whenever she showed up and now in the third book, her and Will's moments made me feel so uncomfortable and weird. Just no. I just want him to get far away from her. I know he thinks that no one else will love him or whatever but no, Angie is the wrong person for him. SO WRONG.


I don't have the next book at home, so it will take me a while to return to the series, but I can't wait to read where things are going...

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review 2017-03-20 02:11
Wonderful journey
Resisting My Submission (The Doms Of Gen... Resisting My Submission (The Doms Of Genesis Book 7) - Jenna Jacob

Max and Samantha are great together. To meet Max and then to get the backstory of Mistress Sammie and see her fight her way to find her true self was absolutely wonderful. This is one of the best reads in the Doms of Genesis Series from Jenna Jacob. I love this series since you always meet new people but also get to keep in touch with the everyone from the other books from the series. This book was so good to see Samantha's journey was so great and can't wait for the next book in this series.

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review 2016-10-23 22:02
I'm hooked
Civilly Disobedient (Calm Act Genesis Book 1) - Ginger Booth

I was given this story free just for joining the author's reading list. Me and freebies get along great.  Civilly Disobedient, does everything you want a short intro story to do. We meet the characters, at least some of them. We get a brief look into the world being built, in this case one where civil rights aren't guaranteed and food is a bit hard to come by; and we get a glimpse into what is going to happen or at least what might happen. 


I was impressed with this short story by Ginger Booth. So much so I purchased the books in the series just so I can see what happens. I want to know. 


Civilly Disobedient introduces us to Dee, our main character in this story. We see a few days through her eyes. She's a bit privileged and knows it enough to see how lucky she has it but how something needs to be done to help others. 


According to the blurbs on the series there is a whole conspiracy going on and we get to see it from the eyes of those involved from Dee to the military and hopefully it's as good as this first story. 


The author's writing is easy and fast. No big words to bog me down or ideals I can't recognize. There is a bit of familiarity to the writing like, I've been here before but not so much that you put the book down or figure out what happens before the author wants you to. 


If you are looking for a quick dystopian story that isn't cheesy or so convoluted it can't happen then try this out and if you finish the Calm Act series before I do.. don't spoil it. 

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