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review SPOILER ALERT! 2014-07-01 20:35
Review: Time Mends by Tammy Blackwell
Time Mends - Tammy Blackwell



After the shocking and devastating end to Destiny Binds, I really wasn't sure what's going to happen with this book. Am I going to like it, after having my heart broken and gutted out with at ending of first? But then, I couldn't not read it, you know? I mean, I had to know what happens next!

“Tony Stark over Bruce Wayne, but Batman trumps Iron Man.” 

--First paragraph of Time Mends

As it was, I found TIME MENDS to be a wonderful continuation to the first in the series. I was genuinely impressed with how much I enjoyed the characters, the plot and the writing style. 

I kept being surprised at how Blackwell created something profoundly different from nowadays YA books out there. I can't really explain how it was that different, only that that's the way I felt. Good different, which is something remarkable in my opinion. 

TIME MENDS centers mostly around Scout coming to terms with 

Alex's death

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Which works wonderfully well, as, you know, was dealing with his death as well. She's grieving, in a completely human way which made her seem as blood and flesh as you and me. And on top of all her worries, she has to suffer from great pains over her own injury, which makes her lock herself in her room, shut herself from the world and alienate almost everyone who were once close to her - not that I blame her one bit for it. 

And that injury? Lets just say it leads to a change. A capital C kind of Change. And with that Change all hell breaks loose. Now she has to deal with her loved one's death, being different, trying to save her best friend, and a pack of the mightiest Weres out there wanting her dead. Yeah, great year for Scout...


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review 2014-06-16 15:01
Review: Destiny Binds by Tammy Blackwell
Destiny Binds - Tammy Blackwell

What a wonderful start to a series. Probably one of the better shifter books I’ve read, though a little heartbreaking. I will admit – I cried for a bit there.


The main character, who tells the story, is Harper “Scout” Donovan. She is an awesome character, in my opinion. She was funny and sarcastic, smart and logical, honest, strong and loving. It also seems she’s not from the girls who think they’re not pretty while they are. She’s truly weird looking, but she definitely catches the eye. I quite honestly don’t get why she doesn’t have many friends; she is plain awesome. Too bad not everyone see her as such.


Alex is the new guy in town. He was so sweet, charismatic, nice, caring and loving. Also, I mustn’t forget beautiful, hot, with a set of killer dimples. He is kind of the perfect guy, and I loved him, the way he behaved and acted around Scout. She's pretty much the center of his world, andwho doesn't want her guy to treat her as such?


Jase is Scout’s step brother, whom she has been together with since they were tiny babies, and he isinfinitely awesome. I loved the relationship between him and Scout, their banter and their devotion to one another. How they’re thought of as “twins” even though blood-wise, they have no relations. I envy their relationship.


Talley is Scout’s best friend, and she’s another very awesome character. She is the kind of person who sees the best in everyone, and who knows Scout and her family like she knows herself.


Charlie is Jase’s best friend and cousin, and...


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review 2013-05-30 00:00
Fate Succumbs (Timber Wolves Trilogy, #3)
Fate Succumbs - Tammy Blackwell WONDERFUL!! Great way to end the series. I love the wit of Scout. It did drive me nuts from book one how she was always kept in the dark about things and jumped for joy when she finally had enough. I won't spoil it by revealing who her mate is. But I wasn't surprised. If you pay attention to book one you will know.

This had be laughing out loud and getting misty eyed at the next moment. There is a lot on Scouts shoulders. There has always been a lot since the beginning and I'm glad that it wasn't all tied up with a pretty bow. We still have open ended questions but such is life. Awesome series!
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review 2013-05-03 00:00
Fate Succumbs (Timber Wolves Trilogy, #3) - Tammy Blackwell I love this series! I loved the 70+ year-old Rachel the librarian who is ready to kick ass even if she has to use her walker to wobble up to someone to do it. LoL! I thought Scout and Liam were going to kill each other before they ever learned to get along. Great series Tammy, I look forward to your next series Shifters and Seers.
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review 2013-05-02 00:00
Time Mends (Timber Wolves Trilogy, #2) - Tammy Blackwell This book was awesome! I kept going through periods of 'well, I didn't see that coming!' The book held my interest all the way through and I am so jumping onto the next in this series! Awesome book, Tammy!
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