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review 2020-01-30 16:26
RUTHLESS GODS BY: EMILY A. DUNCAN
Ruthless Gods - Emily A. Duncan

Wow. This book was a Godsdamned JOURNEY. The ending. Oh my gods THAT ENDING.

 

 

There were times when I wasn't sure we'd make it there, time would drag and then it would speed up and go by in a blink. If Malachiasz is chaos then this book is like living in his mind. It is chaotic and pointed at the same time. Those points are sharp though and they will exact their pound of flesh. I feel like I could read this book thousands of times and still not fully grasp everything, which can be maddening at times, but is weirdly quite fitting for this story.

 

 

This was probably even more dark and gritty and twisty than I expected. I honestly have no clue how all of this will end but I'm dying to see what happens next! I definitely need to follow this one up with something light and fluffy. Give me comfort because I'm shook.

 

 

I received an ARC of this book from St. Martin's Press / Wednesday Books via Netgalley and this is my honest review.

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review 2019-11-15 22:42
Book Review for Gus by L. Wilder
Gus: Satan's Fury MC- Memphis (Satan's Fury MC-Memphis Book 6) Kindle Edition - L. Wilder
Another winner in this on going series!
I loved this story from cover to cover and it was so easy to fall in love with these characters from the very beginning.
 
Gus is a guy who is easy to love.He is very protective of those he loves,sexy as sin and all alpha,dangerous and he made us laugh and time or two but, he is also one once he has given his heart away to the one he loves above all else is for life.
 
Samantha was beautiful and sweet and kind and loving and of a free spirit at heart and one to once given her heart to the man she loves its for a lifetime to.
 
This story was filled with a lot of ups and downs and more than a few surprises that kept you glued to the pages the entire time.The story was also filled with angst and heartache and blackmail and also sacrifices.My heart ached for this couple as you new they were doomed from their very beginning but, deep down they were soulmates for one another but, another would never let them be.
 
Overall this was a really emotional tale and where fate works in mysterious ways in order to reunite a couple who should never have been apart.Samantha and Gus had awesome chemistry and were hot as heck together.We loved all the characters as some made us laugh and others made us cry a time or too but, we can't help love them all there totally love-able.
 
I love a story when a love stands the test of time and it was so true for this couple.
"This was a downright heart melting read for us!"  
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review 2019-10-06 20:51
The Case Against Satan by Ray Russell
The Case Against Satan - Ray Russell,Laird Barron

 

Demons Square: Susan Garth is possessed, but how and to what purpose?

 

Susan Garth has been unable to attend mass for some time. Nausea overcomes her whenever she gets too close to the church. Her behavior has also been erratic, quarrelsome, and, at least once, obscene. Her father is dead set against a psychiatrist and so he asks the parish priest for help.

 

The priest is a recent transfer and has to battle with his modern sensibilities to believe in the evil that has taken over the girl. The page count is low, but the characters represent a neat cross-section of American Catholics in the early '60s. There was a lunatic pamphleteer, too, representing the very real prejudice Catholics still faced in that time.

 

I have not read 'The Exorcist', but many elements from the film version are present. Russell brings the devil in to modern times. Many have borrowed Russell's methods, but this still is genuinely scary.

 

 

 

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review 2019-09-13 01:57
Book Review for Gunner: Satan's Fury MC- Memphis (Satan's Fury- Memphis Book 5)
Gunner: Satan's Fury MC- Memphis (Satan's Fury- Memphis Book 5) Kindle Edition - L. Wilder

 

 

Wow this story start out with on heck of a bang! Right from the beginning the author drew you in.This story was Gunners and Aggies but ,Gus was affected in this story as well.One of the things I love most about the story and that so many of the members and other MC members were so much of this story this time around.

 

I loved Aggie she was a strong and brave female character who braved the lions den in order to save her daughter and we just loved that.We love strong female characters.

 

Secrets Secrets and More Secrets exposed!


The story was filled with great characters and was action-ed packed from beginning to end and was a bit of emotional as well and we loved that.

One thing we loved about the story is that this author makes it easy to fall in love with their characters easily and we did just that.Like Aggie's daughter who was utterly precious....

 

Overall we loved it from beginning to end and the intrigue kept us turning the pages to the bitter end.We loved the chemistry this couple had and those hot sexy hot scenes but, also loved that the story affected your emotions on some level because you went through some of the same emotions as some of its characters.

Another winner in this on going series as we are so loving it !

 

5 stars from us

 

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review 2019-05-12 00:40
STORM AND FURY BY JENNIFER L ARMENTROUT
Storm and Fury (The Harbinger #1) - Jennifer L. Armentrout

 

  I loved being back in the world of the wardens! I was a fan of the original trilogy and grew to love Layla, Zayne, Roth (Bambi and Cayman too!). I shipped Layla and Roth HARD. But Zayne was such a good guy and I was so thrilled to hear we'd get more from him and maybe he'd find his match along the way too. Trinity was a welcome addition to the bunch. While I absolutely LOVED seeing Roth and Layla again, I was actually glad we started out in a new place getting to know Trinity before they made an appearance. I also thought it was great to see Zayne out of his typical element. It truly helped this story feel like something very new but also just enough comfortable familiarity that it didn't lose any stride from the original books. It works out great for new readers that haven't read the previous books first as well, of course I recommend doing so because they were great, but it wasn't necessary to enjoy this story.

 

 

I really enjoyed all the new friends/frienemies/full blown enemies in this one. Armentrout always writes compelling characters and I can't help but love them all, even the ones I want to kick in the shin repeatedly. Trinity and her makeshift family at the compound were awesome, and let's not forget to mention Peanut! Even the dead are a barrel of laughs! Zayne feels even more real to me in a way now. Like him going through everything he has in the previous books has aged/hardened him in a way I find compelling.

 

 

I also want to say I found learning about Trinity's Retinitis Pigmentosa very interesting. I really didn't know much about this disorder except for the few things the author has shared publicly about it since this is a disorder she herself has. I really admired the way Trinity handled it and the way she worked harder than most to not have it negatively impact her life anymore than it absolutely must already. I think there was a heartbreaking, but also kind of beautiful, balance in the deterioration of her eyesight and the incredible amount of insight that she had, maybe because of it. I'm glad Armentrout shared this with her readers. I think it added something extra special to the story. I very much enjoyed reading this one and I can't wait to see what happens next after that crazy/awesome/devastating ending!

 

I recieved an ARC of this book from Inkyard Press via Netgalley and this is my honest review.

 

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