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review 2019-10-02 10:55
New Release Review! Matriarch by J.M. Davis!

 

 

Today we are going to visit Layla Carson as she comes into her abilities as the Matriarch. Enjoy and don't forget to add MATRIARCH by J.M. Davis to your shelves! 

 

 

 

 

Layla Carson always walks the path her father paved for her. But working in Greater Hope Hospital's research laboratory doesn't bring her joy. However her life shifts into overdrive when she hears a mysterious voice in the lab begging for help. The voice names her the "Matriarch", and she appears destined for greatness, a leader in the animal kingdom and shifter world. But she's hunted by those who want her only for what's within her-extraordinary DNA. She must quickly determine who is friend and who is foe. Including the sexy Roland Stone. Roland's pack is interested in her DNA, but he is drawn to her in a primal way. He watches as she hones her newfound abilities to wage battle against those determined to destroy her. Unleashing her inner beast, she's soon ready to carve her own path. Now he must convince her that he is worthy to walk by her side.

 

 

 

Having always walked the path that her father paved for her, Layla Carson’s life shifts into overdrive when she hears a mysterious voice in the lab begging for help. The voice names her the “Matriarch” and apparently she’s destined for greatness in the animal kingdom and shifter world, but this also makes her the target of many who just want her extraordinary DNA, so she must decide who is friend and who is foe. Including the sexy Roland Stone.

 

A refreshingly different and very engaging shifter romance that gets the adrenaline pumping right from the start. All the characters are compelling, but Layla is the strongest and as the story is about her coming into her destiny, readers can’t help but be drawn to her as she hones her newfound abilities and unleashes them against the ones determined to destroy her. The attraction between Layla and Roland is magnetic and readers can plainly see that they are meant for each other but the story focuses more on the overall plot than on the romance.

 

The story takes place at a fast pace and full of thrilling suspense, exciting events, twists and a betrayal that ensures that the readers never find a dull moment throughout this story. The author has created a fascinating world with some elements that shakes up the shifter world and while readers may feel that some of the events in the story should have been embellished a bit more, the overall story is an exciting read that they just can’t put down.

 

 

 

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I work full-time as a zoo curator, so when I'm not running a zoo, I'm trying to tame the one I live in! I have two kids, and a husband who sometimes acts their age. I can usually be found jamming to Elvis Presley tunes, or diligently chipping away at my never-ending 'to be read' pile. I tend to gravitate toward anything paranormal. I love creatures who fly and characters who sprout fur or fangs. Sprinkle some romance and magic into the mix, and I'm a happy girl!

 

 

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review 2019-09-29 10:50
4 Star Matriarch
Matriarch - J.M. Davis

 

Having always walked the path that her father paved for her, Layla Carson’s life shifts into overdrive when she hears a mysterious voice in the lab begging for help. The voice names her the “Matriarch” and apparently she’s destined for greatness in the animal kingdom and shifter world, but this also makes her the target of many who just want her extraordinary DNA, so she must decide who is friend and who is foe. Including the sexy Roland Stone.

 

A refreshingly different and very engaging shifter romance that gets the adrenaline pumping right from the start. All the characters are compelling, but Layla is the strongest and as the story is about her coming into her destiny, readers can’t help but be drawn to her as she hones her newfound abilities and unleashes them against the ones determined to destroy her. The attraction between Layla and Roland is magnetic and readers can plainly see that they are meant for each other but the story focuses more on the overall plot than on the romance.

 

The story takes place at a fast pace and full of thrilling suspense, exciting events, twists and a betrayal that ensures that the readers never find a dull moment throughout this story. The author has created a fascinating world with some elements that shakes up the shifter world and while readers may feel that some of the events in the story should have been embellished a bit more, the overall story is an exciting read that they just can’t put down.

 

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review 2019-08-19 20:01
Review of The Matriarch by Susan Page
The Matriarch - Susan Page

This was an outstanding biography of former First Lady and First Mother Barbara Bush. I was a young H.W. Bush was President but I still remember having a lot of respect for Barbara Bush and her wit. This biography is very well written and covers her entire life in a way that is interesting and does not get bogged down in unimportant details. Much of the biography is about her relationships and the respect she had from just about everyone around her. The parts that I found most fascinating - especially when looking at our polarized politics of the current day - was that she (and her husband) were right of center conservatives. Some of Barbara's actions and views changed over time on social issues and could even be called liberal in some ways. The story of her holding and hugging a baby with AIDS at a time when people were afraid to be in the same room brought chills to me while reading. Her challenge of losing a young daughter was heart-breaking. However, her attitude of being stoic and moving on was inspirational - even as she admitted that it was not always easy and she suffered from depression for a shot time. Overall I highly recommend this book regardless of your political opinions.

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text 2018-03-26 16:18
A couple of Audible Daily Deals
Matriarch: Queen Mary and the House of Windsor - Anne Edwards,Corrie James
Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics - Richard H. Thaler,L.J. Ganser

While the deals are daily, it is rare that they offer anything that would tempt me to plunk down the ready, so it is nice to be able to find two in such a short period of time. My TBR --or should that be TBH -- pile is growing and I am looking for ward to days and days and days of listening pleasure. 

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text 2017-02-24 00:08
Of Virtue Rare: Margaret Beaufort, Matriarch of the House of Tudor - Linda Simon

DNF @ 38%

 

I've encountered too many errors to continue with this.

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