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review 2019-08-10 23:56
Hunted - Elena Grimaldi


Meraviglioso! Un libro che riesce ad essere dark al punto giusto e a coinvolgere il lettore. Ho adorato la discesa nella follia di Taylor e il modo perverso di Dunken di legarlo a lui, facendo in modo che il giovane dipenda completamente dal suo "padrone" arrivando quasi ad impazzire di gelosia e disperazione alla prima separazione. L'autrice è riuscita perfettamente a descrivere la fragilità del ragazzo e ho adorato il modo quasi folle di fare di Dunken che fino all'ultimo non sembra minimamente amare Taylor vedendolo al pari di un giocattolo o di un gattino che appartiene a lui e solo a lui.
Per una volta la sindrome di Stoccolma è rappresentata BENE! Dunken non prova amore e lo ammette, lui prova una passione quasi perversa a cui non riesce a dare un nome e a cui non frega dare il nome, gli basta continuare il suo giochetto di potere per stare bene e Taylor che dipende totalmente da Dunken, non riesce neanche quasi a respirare senza che lui gli dia il permesso, desidera stare con lui 24 ore su 24 e nel momento in cui si ritrova da solo ha un crollo, impazzisce totalmente e...wow. Il rapporto di totale dipendenza e l'amore folle che Taylor inizia a provare per il suo carceriere che non ha esitato a torturarlo fisicamente e mentalmente dal primo giorno e a uccidere persone innocenti davanti a lui... no ho parole... BELLO, BELLO, BELLO! Nonostante la storia sia breve riesce ad essere completa e non si sente la mancanza di flashback, informazioni ecc tutto è descritto alla perfezione e la storia si regge perfettamente sulle proprie gambe senza risultare mai banale, i personaggi sono descritti benissimo dall'inizio alla fine e il libro è scritto in modo sublime dimostrando che pure dal letame di Wattpad possono nascere dei fiori stupendi. Un libro che da dipendenza dall'inizio alla fine e che pure ora mi sento di volerlo rileggere ancora e ancora (e credo lo rifarò).

L'unico motivo per cui non mi sento di votarlo 5 stelle piene nonostante abbia arrotondato a 5 (per ovvi motivi... Goodreads donaci le mezze stelline PLEASE!) è 

[spoiler]il volta faccia dell'unico "amico" di Dunken... è un personaggio di cui mi sono innamorata essendo di fatto l'unico che mette il sale in zucca a Dunken convincendolo a tenere in vita Taylor e non ammazzarlo dopo tre secondi, so che la sua sorte è lasciata un po' in sospeso essendo una morte "off-screen", mi fa ben sperare il fatto che l'autrice abbia ammesso nelle note finali di voler scrivere un'altra storia con Dunken e Taylor presenti ma NON protagonisti e di fatto l'unico che avrebbe senso vedere in scena... è lui essendo l'unico altro personaggio presentato nella serie, ma... non so...ho paura che l'autrice decida di scrivere un mix con elementi prequel e con il suo POV del libro già letto e così facendo...se fosse davvero morto e si arrivasse alla fine del romanzo con la sua morte per chiudere il "cerchio"... per me sarebbe un NO grosso come una casa... il suo tradimento non ha senso, da anni sa cosa combina Dunken, lo sprona a dare una possibilità a Taylor, lo copre e aiuta da troppo tempo nei suoi affari e tradirlo all'ultimo secondo e in modo idiota... per me è no. La motivazione viene troppo lasciata al caso e spero che non sia effettivamente morto ma che Dunken abbia deciso di graziarlo all'ultimo magari sparando per terra o mancandolo di proposito e obbligandolo in seguito a fargli da schiavetto tenendolo a sua volta prigioniero o qualcosa del genere. Vorrei sapere di più sul personaggio e sulle sue motivazioni perchè il suo tradimento non sembra dettato dall'egoismo ma da un problema più grave e l'idea di un possibile amante in pericolo e prigioniero... ci starebbe secondo me. Un secondo volume con Dunken e Taylor pronti ad aiutarlo a recuperare il suo innamorato non sarebbe affatto male, incrocio le dita e spero in bene [/spoiler] Un libro consigliatissimo agli amanti degli M/M darkettoni e...ben scritti! 

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review 2019-04-25 01:05
3 Out Of 5 STARS for Ever The Hunted by Erin Summerill
Ever the Hunted - Erin Summerill

 

 

Clash of the Kingdoms #1

 

 

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Magic
Fantasy
Cute, But Forgettable
Clean Romance
 
 
 

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Goodreads | Booklikes | BookDigits

Amazon | Kobo | Barnes&Noble 

GooglePlay | IndieBound 


 
 

With Audio Performed by Helen Johns

 

 
 
 
 

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The story did not live up to this gorgeous cover.  A winsome addition to YA Fantasy Trilogies already out there, that failed to fully capture my attention.  Maybe, cute and magical wasn't what I wanted to read right at the moment.  It's well written and the magic system was interesting, but the characters didn't really capture my attention.  This could have been due to the narration...I didn't really care for it, after all.  She was too mashed (like a mouth full of mashed potatoes) mouth for me to understand most of the time.  

 

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3STARS - GRADE=C

 
 
 
 

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Plot⇝ 3.7/5
Narration Performance⇝ 2.5/5
Characters⇝ 2.3/5
The Feels⇝ 2.5/5
Pacing⇝ 2.7/5
Addictiveness⇝ 2.5/5
Theme or Tone⇝ 3/5
Flow (Writing Style)⇝ 3.8/5
Backdrop (World Building)⇝ 2.8/5
Originality⇝ 2.5/5
Ending⇝ 3.5/5 Cliffhanger⇝ Sort of...
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Book Cover⇝ Gorgeous...
Setting⇝ I honestly don't know...some kingdom somewhere...
Source⇝ Audiobook (Library)
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review 2019-03-06 09:09
Lauf, Atticus, lauf!
Hunted - Kevin Hearne

„Hunted“ ist in der Benennung der Reihe „The Iron Druid Chronicles“ von Kevin Hearne ein kleiner Hickser. Die Titel der ersten drei Bände enthalten alle den Anfangsbuchstaben „H“ („Hounded“, „Hexed“ und „Hammered“), Band vier und fünf das „T“ („Tricked“ und „Trapped“) und die letzten drei Bände das „S“ („Shattered“, Staked und „Scourged“). Der Symmetrie zuliebe hätte der sechste Band eigentlich ebenfalls einen Titel mit einem „T“ tragen müssen. Tatsächlich sollte er ursprünglich „Tracked“ heißen. Letztendlich entschieden Hearne und sein Verlag jedoch, dass „Hunted“ die inhaltlichen Entwicklungen besser widerspiegelte, da „to track“ eben nicht nur „jemanden verfolgen“ bedeutet, sondern auch „jemanden beobachten/überwachen“. Ein nachvollziehbarer Einwand, denn was in „Hunted“ passiert, ist definitiv keine Überwachung. Es ist eine Jagd.

 

Atticus, Granuaile und Oberon sind auf der Flucht. Atticus‘ Entscheidung, den Gott Bacchus aus dem Verkehr zu ziehen, kam im griechisch-römischen Pantheon nicht gut an. Jetzt sind ihnen gleich zwei Jagdgöttinnen auf den Fersen: Artemis und Diana. Atticus würde gerne einfach in Tír na nÓg Däumchen drehen, bis sie sich beruhigt haben, aber das ist nicht möglich. Die Portale zur irischen Ebene wurden blockiert. Stinkt nach einer Verschwörung. Ohne die Hilfe der Morrigan, die ihnen einen Vorsprung verschaffte, wären sie niemals entkommen. Sie riet ihm, sich quer über Europa bis zum englischen Windsor Forest durchzuschlagen, das Hoheitsgebiet von Herne dem Jäger. Es ist ihr letztes Geschenk an ihn. Atticus, Granuaile und Oberon nehmen die Beine in die Hand. Doch die wilde Jagd ist nicht ihr einziges Problem. Ragnarök rückt näher. Atticus muss all seine grauen Zellen anstrengen, will er die Griechen und Römer austricksen, bevor Loki das Universum in Brand steckt. Irgendwelche Vorschläge?

 

Verrückt. Obwohl ich nach der Lektüre des letzten Bandes „Trapped“ bemängelte, dass mich Atticus‘ ständiger Krisentango nervt und ich mir lautstark Abwechslung wünschte, gefiel mir „Hunted“ erstaunlich gut. Trotz des Jagdmotivs. Oder gerade deswegen. Die aufregende Flucht vor den griechisch-römischen Göttinnen der Jagd ist die eine große Baustelle des sechsten Bandes der „Iron Druid Chronicles“. Natürlich ist die drohende Apokalypse in Form von Ragnarök weiterhin präsent – Loki und Hel lassen sich schwer ignorieren – und Atticus vermutet, dass ihm irgendjemand in Tír na nÓg bösgewillt ist, weil niemand unbemerkt die Portale dorthin schließen kann, aber hauptsächlich läuft er um sein Leben. Dadurch wirkte „Hunted“ wesentlich fokussierter als „Trapped“, denn Atticus hat schlicht keine Zeit, die vielen kleineren Brände zu löschen, die er sich im Verlauf der Reihe einbrockte. Artemis und Diana sind furchteinflößende Gegnerinnen, die seine gesamte Aufmerksamkeit und all seine geistige Beweglichkeit einfordern. Im Grunde sind sie unsterblich. Sie sind zwar verwundbar und können vorübergehend besiegt werden, doch kaum ist man sie los, erstehen sie der Mythologie entsprechend schon wieder auf. Ich fühlte mich während der Lektüre oft hoffnungslos und zweifelte mehrfach daran, dass Atticus, Granuaile und Oberon sie überlisten können. Mir unterlief der Fehler, Atticus‘ Intelligenz zu unterschätzen. Durch seine witzigen Sprüche und seine lässige Persönlichkeit vergaß ich, wie clever er ist. Er ist ein Fuchs. Ich wäre niemals darauf gekommen, dass hinter seinem Zwist mit dem griechisch-römischen Pantheon eine größere Verschwörung stecken könnte und war verblüfft, was er sich alles einfallen lässt, um Artemis und Diana kaltzustellen. Er konnte einige der Sympathiepunkte, die er im letzten Band einbüßte, wieder wettmachen. Ein entscheidender Faktor dafür war eine gesteigerte emotionale Verbindlichkeit, die ich als echten Fortschritt empfand. In den letzten Bänden fehlte mir Atticus‘ Bewusstsein für den Schaden, den er (unabsichtlich) anrichtete. In „Hunted“ hatte ich das Gefühl, dass er sich den Konsequenzen seines Handelns erstmals stellt. Das betraf nicht nur Ragnarök, sondern auch seine Beziehung zur Morrigan. Ihr Opfer erschüttert ihn. Natürlich erhält er auf seiner Flucht durch Europa kaum Gelegenheit, sich mit seinen Gefühlen für sie auseinander zu setzen, aber Kevin Hearne vermittelt einen klaren Eindruck dessen, was er empfindet. Das gefiel mir, ebenso wie die überraschenden Kapitel aus Granuailes Ich-Perspektive, die mein positives Bild von ihr bestätigten. Hearne gelang der Stimmenunterschied zwischen ihr und Atticus, er sollte ihn allerdings noch verfeinern. Die ehrlichen Einblicke in das Innenleben der beiden entschädigten mich beinahe für die mittelmäßige Umsetzung der Europareise. Schon klar, die drei müssen rennen, Sightseeing ist nicht drin. Dennoch fand ich die geringe Interaktion mit dem Setting, diese wenig aussagekräftige Abfolge distinktiver Landschaften, schwach. Eine spannende Verfolgungsjagd vor einer leider zu blassen Kulisse.

 

Es wird ernst in den „Iron Druid Chronicles“. Ich sehe in „Hunted“ den etwas verspäteten Beginn der neuen Handlungslinie, die mir für „Trapped“ versprochen wurde. Die Situation gewann für Atticus, Granuaile und Oberon an Dringlichkeit, die Phase des Versteckens und Herumalberns ist vorbei. Ich spürte jetzt den Zeitsprung von 12 Jahren, der sich bereits im Vorgänger hätte bemerkbar machen müssen. Die Flucht vor den Jagdgöttinnen weckt Atticus unsanft auf. Er kriegt endlich seinen Hintern hoch, bereitet sich auf Ragnarök vor und schließt zum Wohle des Universums ungewöhnliche Allianzen. Zeit wurde es. Ich verzeihe Kevin Hearne die Verzögerung, einerseits aus Sympathie, andererseits aus dem festen Glauben heraus, dass er Atticus nun auf den rechten Weg führt und ihn mal was richtig machen lässt. Zu lange betrieb er lediglich Schadensbegrenzung. Er muss ein echter Held werden. Leicht wird das nicht. Aber wann war die Rettung des Universums jemals leicht?

Source: wortmagieblog.wordpress.com/2019/03/06/kevin-hearne-hunted
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review 2019-02-21 10:55
New Release Blog Tour & Giveaway with 5 STAR Review! Haven Realm Box Set by Mila Young!

 

 

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Hello, Readers! Today I am sharing the release of the Haven Realm Box Set by Mila Young – a reverse harem fairy tale retelling of 3 daring romances. Enjoy and don’t forget to enter the giveaway!

 

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Title: HAVEN REALM Box Set
Author: Mila Young
Pub. Date: February 11, 2019
Publisher: Mila Young
Formats: Paperback, eBook
Pages: 813

 

Mila Young's 3 Reverse Harem Fairy Tale Retellings in a box set!

 

 

Hunted (A Haven Realm Novel)

 

Little Red Riding Hood. Three Big Bad Wolves. A Poisonous Scheme.

Scarlet, a healer, lives nestled in the forest surrounded by humans on one side and wolves on the other. But when a rogue wolf attacks her, she's rescued by another pack and taken deep into their den to perform her healing magic on an injured Alpha.

 

The wolves in the forest are under threat from a mysterious affliction, and Scarlet is the only hope they have left. Faced with a mixed pack of threatened shifters, Scarlet must use her wits and magic to survive and unravel the strange affliction now affecting the wolves... All while trying to navigate an overpowering attraction to not just one, but three of the Alphas.

 

Witches, wolves, magic and love intertwine in an exciting mystery that finds its own, unique, 'Happily Ever After.'

 

Note: Each book in the Haven Realm series is a standalone book.

 

 

Cursed (A Haven Realm Novel)

 

Beauty and the Four Beasts. A Deadly Curse. A Fallen Kingdom.

 

With magic banned in the human realm, Bee, a powerful witch, has had to offer her services in secret. When a request to break a curse comes from the dangerous mountains and royal bear shifters, Bee is hesitant, but winter is coming and funds are tight.

 

At the castle, Bee finds things are not quite what she was led to believe. The curse Bee is meant to break has reached its zenith, siphoning off the Prince's life while preventing him from controlling his shifting abilities. He is volatile, angry, and far stronger than she had imagined. His brothers, who commissioned her, present her with a challenge - fix it, or lose everything.

 

Soon the curse is spreading throughout the castle, taking brother alike. It's a race against the clock, buffeted by dark magic, intrigue, and a strange attraction that has her looking at the four brothers in a new light.

 

Note: Each book in the Haven Realm series is a standalone book.

 

 

Entangled (A Haven Realm Novel)


Tangles of death, danger, and monsters. Rapunzel and her sexy shifters must escape a witch’s vengeance.

 

At the age of eight, Elliana lost her father, her future, and her freedom in exchange for eternal captivity. Not to mention unimaginably long hair.

 

Trapped in a tower by a magical gargoyle, Elliana chances a few daring and ill-fated escapes in search of a powerful, hidden weapon, which could free her and kill the stone creature once and for all. But to do that, she must summon a sly dragon shifter, a ferocious lion shifter with way too much baggage, and a devious tiger shifter. But the witch who hexed her is returning to finish Elliana. Can she save herself and the heroic three shifters she’s slowly losing her heart to before they all die?

 

Dragons, lions, magical hair and love merge in this heart-wrenching tale that finds its own, unique, 'Happily Ever After.'

 

Note: Each book in the Haven Realm series is a standalone book


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The three fairy tale retellings in this box set is mind blowing, hot, sexy, charming and daring. The setting of the stories is a combination of the old world that you would expect but at the same time a little modern and maybe even a little futuristic which adds to the ambiance of these stories as the author paints such vivid images that readers can easily imagine each and every scene which in turn makes it easy for the readers to become enthralled by the characters and their tales. All of the characters are strong, bold and demand their share of attention and the authors spin on the Little Red Riding Hood, Beauty and the Beast and Rapunzel fairy tales has unique elements that makes them all new stories but readers can still recognize the original form of the tales.

 

In Hunted, Scarlet stumbles upon a conspiracy that has her running for her life right into the hands of three sexy wolf shifters. Suspense builds as Scarlet tries to use her wits to save the wolves from a mysterious affliction and fight her magnetic attraction to the three of them.

 

Cursed has a Fallen Kingdom of bears putting all their hopes on a powerful witch named Bee who will have to unravel the truth behind the curse while fighting her own inner demons and keep her heart safe from not one but four bear shifters.

 

In Entangled, the young witch, Elliana has been held prisoner for years and in her desperate attempts to remain sane, she finds herself teaming up with a sly dragon shifter, a ferocious lion shifter and a devious tiger shifter, but there is one problem…she finds herself insanely attracted to all three.


Each of the stories can be read as standalone tales and are fast paced and full of thrilling suspense, sweet romance, and scorching hot passion as well as adrenaline pumping danger and spellbinding magic. There’s never a dull moment and readers can’t help but be charmed and delighted with such red hot fairy tales.

 

 

 

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Hunted
Cursed
Entangled


 

Each of the stories in the Haven Realm series can be read as standalone books.


Goodreads – https://www.goodreads.com/series/225170-haven-realm

 

 

1 Hunted
2 Charmed
3 Cursed
4 Claimed
5 Entangled

 

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AVAILABLE in ebook

 

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Bestselling Author, Mila Young tackles everything with the zeal and bravado of the fairytale heroes she grew up reading about. She slays monsters, real and imaginary, like there's no tomorrow.


By day she rocks a keyboard as a marketing extraordinaire. At night she battles with her might pen-sword, creating fairytale retellings, and sexy ever after tales. In her spare time, she loves pretending she's a mighty warrior, walks on the beach with her dogs, cuddling up with her cats, and devouring every fantasy tale she can get her pinkies on.


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WEEK ONE

 

2/11/2019- Dazzled by Books- Excerpt http://www.dazzledbybooks.com/


2/11/2019- Kelly P's Blog- Excerpt http://kellyatx.blogspot.com/

 

2/12/2019- BOOK BRIEFS- Review http://bookbriefs.net/


2/12/2019- BookHounds- Excerpt http://www.bookhounds.net/

 


2/13/2019- Owl Always Be Reading- Excerpt http://www.owlalwaysbereading.com/


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2/14/2019- Hauntedbybooks- Review https://hauntedbybooksblog.wordpress.com/

 

2/15/2019- DJREADSBOOKS- Review https://djreadsbooks.wordpress.com/


2/15/2019- Abooktropolis- Review http://www.abooktropolis.co.za/

 

 


Week Two:

 

2/18/2019- Julia Swoons- Review http://www.juliaswoons.com/


2/18/2019- JB's Bookworms with Brandy Mulder- Spotlight https://jbbookworms.blogspot.com/

 

 

2/19/2019- Good Choice Reading- Spotlight http://www.goodchoicereading.com/


2/19/2019- Two Chicks on Books- Excerpt http://www.twochicksonbooks.com/


2/19/2019- Love in a time of Feminism- Excerpt http://loveinatimeoffeminism.com/

 

 

2/20/2019- The Reading Corner for All- Review http://www.thereadingcornerforall.com/


2/20/2019- Don't Judge, Read- Excerpt http://dontjudgeread.blogspot.ca/

 

 

2/21/2019- Stormy Vixen's Book Reviews- Review http://stormyvixen.booklikes.com/


2/21/2019- Down The Rabbit Hole- Spotlight http://dwntherabbithole13.blogspot.com/

 

 

2/22/2019- D Books and Reviews- Review http://www.dbooksandreviews.com/


2/22/2019- Smada's Book Smack- Excerpt http://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/


2/22/2019- Adventures Thru Wonderland- Review https://adventuresthruwonderlandreviews.wordpress.com/

 

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review 2019-01-21 14:22
Audio Book Review: Moon Hunted (Mirror Lake Wolves #2) By Jennifer Snyder
Moon Hunted - Jennifer Snyder

 

 

The good news: This book was better than the first book. The bad news: Not by much. The story did a much better job at keeping me intrigued and moved along at a nice pace. The main character, however, just dragged everything down with her.

 

Mina seems to be getting worse. She over complicates things that shouldn't require all that much to deal with. Mina is unreasonably overprotective of her sister but only knows how to bad mouth her when she gets a puppy. Mina second guesses her so-called relationship with Alec but can't bring herself to step back and evaluate her feelings for Eli. Mina has proven to be dense and too stupid to live at this point.

 

Eli was great in this novel. He was the perfect amount of understanding and caring towards Mina. When things hit the fan he's there taking charge to deal with it. At this point, I think he'd be better off without her.

 

I still dislike Alec. A few of his friends are creeps and he still hangs around them. He doesn't mesh with the paranormal side to this story and, for the most part, gets left behind in the dust or has a scene or two weaved in for the sake of it.

 

This novel did a great job at getting me hooked on the mystery. Though I saw the ending coming from a mile away and it was also too convenient I still want to know what happens next. I wonder how many books Alec will last at this rate.

 

The Audio Book:

 

 

I'm still not a fan of this narrator. Nicole naturally reads slowly and loves to pause at weird intervals in sentences. I listened to this audio book sped up to 1.25 and her voice sounded normal (and that's coming from someone who doesn't necessarily love speeding up audio books). I'm still hoping for a change in the narrator for future books in this series.

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