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review 2017-10-11 01:02
Mind Games
Mind Games - Stevie Turner

Title:  Mind Games

Author:  Stevie Turner

Publisher: KDP

Reviewed By: Arlena Dean 


Rating: Four



"Mind Games" by Stevie Turner


My Thoughts.....


After a 35 year marriage it looks like this wife has had enough of her husbands addiction to porn and want a divorce.  Now, to fully understand what has gone on with this husband you will just have to pick up "Mind Games" to see how this author presents it to the reader.  As I was reading this story I am not sure who I felt more sorrier for  Frances or Martin.  Definitely there was help that was needed by both but it didn't seem like anyone really wanted it.  Martin claim to have quite this addiction but soon we will find out from the read really was that true?  I could feel Frances need to not want to grow old along but to want to get back with Martin really had me shaking my head and saying REALLY!  As for Martin well I can will say is He Really Needed Some Help!  This story really left me thinking wow!  I will stop now and just stay you will have to pick this one up.  Will these two ever get back to that HEA that they seemed to have had at the beginning of their marriage?  Well, all I will say is wow...Martin certainly think he has it all figured out. But anyone is has an addiction to pornography will definitely need to help.  Now, since Martin tell Frances that he is though with porn and she seems to believe it!  What will happen if Frances finds out really what Martin is hiding and still is up to.  As the story stops here, hopefully Frances will still have her apartment still there for her to return to.  She just may need it!

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review 2017-09-27 00:00
Mind Games
Mind Games - Kiersten White Great girls-with-powers thriller. It feels significantly darker than first series Paranormalcy, with slightly more mature content and less cutesy characterization. Clever, tight and fast read with a complex sisters dynamic, endless angst, fluid morality and high-impact twists.
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review 2017-07-26 18:02
Mind Blowing Read
Mind Games - A Bad Boy Romance With A Twist (The Complete Trilogy) - Gabi Moore
Speaking directly to the audience in a book is generally not done. It's hard to pull off and keep the flow of the story, but Gabi Moore does it wonderfully in this trilogy. It felt like an intimate, one-on-one conversation with the character telling you their most private thoughts and secrets. While you may not agree with their actions, you can't stop "listening" to their story. 
The trilogy is the continuing story of Nora and Dean - their romance, their inner darkness, their kinks, and the lengths they'll go for each other. Each book adds a new twist and just when you think you know where the story is headed, guess again. 
Gabi Moore shows just how good she is in this trilogy and if I weren't already a fan, this one would convince me. It's deliciously dark, twisted, romantic, suspenseful, steamy, and captivating, all rolled into a mind-blowing tale that I couldn't put down. 
If you enjoy dark romantic suspense, I highly recommend this one.
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review 2017-04-21 05:07
Mind Games
Mind Games - Carolyn Crane

A hypochondriac as a heroine?!  Interesting, yes!  Not to mention different.  Justine was recruited to help "disillusion" people who are not-so-good.  When one is "disillusioned," their old self is broken down and when they rebuild, they are good.  

This was interesting and I'm glad I read it, but Justine got on my nerves. She was just annoying.  I liked the secondary characters.  Could have gone with less love interests; Cubby, Packard, and Otto (yes, there are 3- not all at once, try for 2 and you'd be correct). 

More on the world they inhabit would have been interesting.


Read for #9 Fantasyland, 371 pages

(one down, one to go before I can roll again!) 

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text 2017-02-10 21:21
Reading progress update: I've read 83 out of 304 pages.
Mind Games (Lock & Mori) - Heather W. Petty

My reading slump is officially over.   Going to grab some comics while I go out and get dinner for everyone - before we hit Lewis Black tonight.   (I've seen him once  before, live as well, and I loved it!  I think I liked it more than the rest of my family did, in fact.   I also bought a signed book from him, and I plan on getting another if they're selling them as well.    That being said, I plan on getting to his Black Christmas book soon as well, but I want to finish up some reading for Readercon and keep up with comics, too, so...)


I probably won't read all that much tonight, but I'll be done with my essay - and hopefully have submitted my application by Monday.   (Going to call and verity they have the transcripts and GRE scores first, though.)


That being said, I'm not as anxious anymore, not now that it's nearly over.   I'm feeling better, and I think setting a general sleeping pattern - in bed by ten, up by about six, sleeping in late if I can, and if I don't sleep well - and using both the relaxation of coloring books and getting sun - or faux sun via the sunlight - is really helping.   


May not be on again tonight.   

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