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review 2017-10-15 00:00
Ashes to Ashes and Cinder to Cinder
Ashes to Ashes and Cinder to Cinder - Cameron Jace Too many typos and missing words, and sentences that didn't quite make sense. This book really needs editing.
The prologue was rather interesting and relatively well written, the story itself was not.
I cannot say that is was horribly bad, if I ignore the editing problems, but it wasn't a fun read either.
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text 2017-09-26 01:11
Release Tour for Saving Jace by Rebecca Rivard
Title: Saving Jace
Series: A Fada Novel, Book 4
Author: Rebecca Rivard
Genre: Paranormal Romance (Sexy/Steamy)
(Can Be Standalone)
Release Date: September 25, 2017
Discover USA Today bestselling author Rebecca Rivard’s steamy world of dark shifters and sexy fae.
Jace Jones, a Baltimore earth fada lieutenant, lost nearly his entire family in the clan war known as the Darktime. Scarred by the deaths, he pours his soul into rebuilding the clan. The only person who has a claim on his heart is his niece. Then an attack by a night fae assassin leaves him dying on a human’s doorstep…
Tough, edgy Evie Morningstar is doing her best to raise a teenage brother on a waitress’s pay. She has no time for men—until the sexy jaguar shifter is stabbed just steps from her house. Evie hides Jace from the night fae, saving his life—only to find that both she and her brother have been drawn into the fada’s dangerous world.
And the Darktime isn’t over…
Shapeshifters created during Dionysus’s infamous bacchanals. 
They’re dark, ruthless, untamed—and when they love, it’s forever.
Note to bloggers: Saving Jace (A Fada Novel, Book 4) begins the Baltimore Earth Fada Clan trilogy within the Fada Shapeshifters world and is a standalone book with an HEA.
“A steamy, spellbinding romance with phenomenal pacing and distinctive dialogue...” ~InD'Tale Magazine (5-star Crowned Review)
“I devoured this book…” ~Rebel N Angel’s Book Blog
“Nisio and Ula’s story was everything I wanted and more. Holy cow, they just sizzled off the page...” ~Nerd Girl Book Blog
Someone was watching her.
Evie gripped her keys and glanced around.
The watcher was standing in the shadows across the alley. His eyes gave him away: a faint, luminous green.
Her heart kicked into a gallop. “Jace?” she called. “Is that you?”
Please let it be him.
He stepped out of the shadows. She blew out a breath. It was Jace.
He crossed the alley in a few long, loose strides. An atavistic tremor went down her spine. This was the real Jace—and he was nothing like the injured, feverish victim of last week. No, this man was dark. Powerful. Raw-boned. A panther in a T-shirt and jeans.
She squared her shoulders and lifted her chin, because damn it, she’d saved the man’s life. She refused to let him spook her.
He stopped a few feet away. “Hello, Evie.”
He was bigger than she remembered, but then, last week he’d been hunched over nursing his injuries. Now she realized he was a good half foot taller than her with the lean, hard build of a soldier. Another shiver went down her spine—but this one had nothing to do with fear.
USA TODAY bestselling author Rebecca Rivard read way too many romances as a teenager, little realizing she was actually preparing for a career. She now spends her days with dark shifters, sexy fae and alpha vampires—which has to be the best job ever. Her books have twice been awarded the prestigious Crowned Review from InD'Tale Magazine, and her novel Tempting the Dryad (#3, Fada Shapeshifters) is a 2017 RONE Finalist. Her novel Stealing Ula: A Fada Shapeshifter Prequel was a 2017 Finalist for the coveted PRISM Award given by RWA’s Fantasy, Futuristic & Paranormal Romance Chapter.
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review 2017-05-18 20:07
Book Review for Legend's Promise by Dani Jace
Book Title: Legend's Promise 
Author: Dani Jace 
Genre: Paranormal Romance/Erotica 
Release Date: February 25, 2017 
Hosted by: Book Enthusiast Promotions
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Hawk shifter, and bad-boy biker, Shane Cheveyo spent years trying to outride his secret life and memories of his first love, who left without a word. Rekindled passion reveals their true magical natures, but will it save them or separate their destinies forever…
She gripped the counter behind her. He’d never believed the bit about her mom changing jobs. If she revealed the real reason they’d left Manteo, he’d think her insane. “I’d never betray you, Shane.” Her words spilled out, sounding breathless.
The back of his knees hit the chair, skidding it backward. It tipped over as he closed in on her like a predator. His eyes darkened to molten caramel as his nostrils flared. Over two hundred pounds of sinewy muscles trapped her against the counter while large hands rested at her lower back.
Stunned, she froze. Anger and passion mixed. The pungent aroma of whiskey wafted from masculine lips hovering inches from hers.
In mocked defiance, she raised her chin. The act forced him to pause, but only for a second, before claiming her mouth.
Branding her.
As he had when she was sixteen.
Freewill gone, she melted into his hard embrace and prodding erection. His tongue swept past her teeth with hunger as he lifted her onto the counter.
“God, Chey.” He hissed, squeezing her ass, making her wet with need.
His hands roved under her skirt, skimming the tops of her thighs until his fingers caught the band of her silk thong. Like a hunter, he shredded the flimsy barrier.
Her head fell back in surrender as her hips bucked forward. Far better than whiskey, his touch drugged her, weakened her defenses. Nothing had changed. 
What and enjoyable light and fun read.This story had interesting characters as well as a few plot twists.

I enjoyed how the author made Shane and MC member along with being a man that had a Native American ancestry with tribal traditions.That was something different that I liked as I have not come across a character like Shane before. I loved the chemistry that Shane and Chey had it made for some really playful and sexy scenes to read about.I loved how this couple love survived even with being 10 years apart.I found the characters to be playful they both had a sense of humor , had protective natures , and big loving hearts and were all around like-able character's .I loved seeing them embracing their traditions and legends of their tribe.

I love reading a story where love stands the test of time.  It makes for a really enjoyable love story that had secrets coming to life with that added bit of danger that added the suspense that the story needed to make it and enjoyable read to pass the time.

This was a first time author for us and we would love to continue the series and see where Jim's story leads us.I defiantly enjoyed the sparks that this couple created together.

4 stars from us !
meet the author
Dani Jace lives in coastal Virginia and enjoys writing headstrong, flip-flop casual heroines and everyday heroes who work with their hands―and other body parts. Claiming the Outer Banks of North Carolina as her second home, she includes the scenic and legendary chain of barrier islands as a setting for many of her tales.
When not working on her next novel, she’s dipping her toes in the ocean, reading or checking out the newest action flick. Her husband, son and many imaginary characters make life complete.
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review 2016-10-24 12:24
Sand and Sin (Seaside Heat) - Dani Jace

Jax is a Navy Seal and was getting on a helicopter when he was shot in the thigh. He lands in Norfolk, Va where he was to meet up with an old friend T J.  He stops at Trident which is a bar/ restaurant and meets Peri who is a bartender. But Jax was drinking whiskey on top of his pain pills for his injury and Peri finds him passed out and Peri ends up taking Jax to her home to sleep it off. Peri then agrees to to let Jax stay in her home awhile in exchange for some handy work done by Jax.Her teenage daughter Hailey is with Peri’s ex husband - an Navy commander visiting with him. Peri and Jax start a no strings arrangement especially since Jax’s home is three thousand miles away. Then Hailey and her dad are kidnapped and Jax is on the mission to rescue them.

I like this story but didn’t love it this was a good story just not a great story is for me. The story seems to drag in some spots and in other places it seemed to only be about hot sex scenes. This was a quick read and i did like the characters and the ins and outs of the story.

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review 2016-09-05 14:59
Kosmos, czas i potworność
Zgroza w Dunwich i inne prze­ra­ża­jące opo­wie­ści - Howard Phillips Lovecraft

Całe życie unikałam Lovecrafta z prostego powodu – nie znoszę horrorów. Nigdy nie znajdowałam przyjemności w wywoływaniu w sobie lęków i niepokojów, nigdy nie rozumiałam, co też inni znajdują w tym pociągającego. Ale też moja moja znajomość horroru ograniczała się do ogólnej świadomości istnienia tandetnych i słabych filmów pełnych gore albo jump scare’ów. Przełamanie się i odkrycie, że istnieje zupełnie inna klasa horroru trochę zajęła, ale warto było. Zaskoczona, jak świetny okazał się „Czyhający w progu”, sięgnęłam po zbiór opowiadań „Zgroza w Dunwich i inne przerażające opowieści” w tłumaczeniu Macieja Płazy.


We wszystkich zebranych opowiadaniach powraca ten sam motyw. Bohaterowie z detektywistycznym wręcz zacięciem, pchani naukową ciekawością, pragnieniem wiedzy i poszukiwaniem prawdy, wyruszają w podróż ku nieznanemu. Przekopują się przez sterty dziwacznych dokumentów i półki pełne omszałych, bluźnierczych ksiąg. Zaglądają też wgłąb otchłani, schodząc do mrocznych korytarzy i jaskiń pod rodzinnymi domami lub penetrując  odległe, nietknięte ludzką stopą zakątki ziemi. Tragicznie, cały ich wysiłek przynosi im wyłącznie zgubę, gdy na końcu drogi odkrywają tylko potworności; co zaś najstraszliwsze, czasem odnajdują je w sobie.


Ten drugi przypadek przypadł mi bardziej do gustu – uwielbiam te utwory, w których nieświadomy niczego, wrażliwy i inteligenty główny bohater zanurza się w historię swego pochodzenia i stopniowo odkrywa przerażające czyny swoich przodków. Są to opowieści metodyczne, stopniowo odsłaniające szczegóły i w maksymalnie naukowy i logiczny sposób tłumaczące to, co niewytłumaczalne. Wskazałabym na „Przypadek Charlesa Dextera Warda” jako mój ulubiony tytuł, choć paradoksalnie sam Lovecraft uważał go za słaby i nie chciał go publikować.


Ponieważ opowiadania w zbiorze ułożone są chronologicznie, można łatwo zaobserwować, jak rozrastała się mitologia świata Cthulhu. Książka zaczyna się więc tytułami trochę skromniejszymi, za którymi podążają te bardziej już szczegółowe, a kończąc na mini-powieściach, pełnych idei niezwykle już rozbudowanych. Jednocześnie to wyprawa od progu własnego domu do najdalszych zakątków Ziemi, bo Lovecraft początkowo umieszcza swoje opowiadania w okolicach rodzinnego Providence i paru obrzydliwych miasteczek wokół Uniwersytetu Miskatonic, a kończy na odległych wyspach, pustyniach, a nawet Antarktydzie. Coraz też śmielej rozwodzi się nad kosmicznym pochodzeniem wielkiego zagrożenia, coraz też dalej sięga w czas, przypominając, że człowiek i jego epoka to zaledwie chwila w historii Wszechświata, rozrywanej od tysiącleci przez pradawne i niesamowite rasy, dla których Ziemia jest tylko kolejną planetką. Jak to świetnie ujął Płaza: kosmos, czas i potworność.


Warto jeszcze wspomnieć o przekładzie Macieja Płazy. Tłumacz potraktował sprawę nad wyraz poważnie, starając się zapewnić jak najwyższą jakość i najlepiej oddać ducha stylu Lovecrafta. Jednocześnie wielu wsześniejszych tłumaczy wysłał prosto w macki Cthulhu. Jeśli więc ktoś z was czekał na porządne polskie wydanie, właśnie się go doczekał. Samo posłowie autorstwa Płazy również jest warte lektury, gdyż zarówno przedstawia krótkie życie Lovecrafta, ale też zawiera analizę jego twórczości i źródła jej inspiracji.


Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn!

Source: agnieszkazak.com/2016/09/05/lektury-sierpnia-16-historia-serca-i-spiacy-cthulhu
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