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review 2017-07-17 20:25
"What doesn't kill us makes us strong".
Twisted Webs - Darlene Quinn

How would you cope if one of your identical twins was removed from the hospital at birth and appeared to disappear off the face of the earth? And, if you were reunited eight years later, how would you respond to the woman who had raised her - should the child be wrenched from all that she holds dear, to return to her birth parents?
These are the questions raised by Darlene Quinn in book 2 of the Webs Series.

 

There is a bit of a cast of thousands and I did eventually have to write myself a 'family' tree to explain who was who, but in brief: Ashley Taylor gives birth to Callie and Cassie, but only Callie returns home with them. Cassie is abducted by Mario Castanelli, to replace the baby his wife has recently lost. Although he knows this is totally wrong, he sees it as the only way to bring Erica out of her depression and back to him.

 

This book was very much sold as a kidnap story, so I wasn't prepared for all the corporate department store stuff. I tried very hard to get involved with this, I even re-wound a large chunk of the book to try and get a grasp on it, but a complete lack of experience with the corporate world, combined with a narrator who seemed to be in a race against time, I eventually gave up and concentrated on the characters and their social interactions.

 

I was given this audiobook through Audiobook Boom, in return for an honest review. I would have liked to have given a higher star rating, but I didn't enjoy the narrator, who was not only fast, but also rather strident and not good at male voices (her best voice was the sultry Vivianna). In addition, the business aspect of the narrative left me cold.

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review 2017-07-01 19:19
Dark and Twisted
Jewels and Panties (Book, Four): Twisted... Jewels and Panties (Book, Four): Twisted Love - Brooke Kinsley

Twisted Love is certainly a suitable title for this one! The twists and turns in this series just get darker all the time. We do get a few answers in this one, but those answers lead to more questions as some new characters enter the tale and their motives may be more than they let on. Just when I think this series can't possibly get more twisted, Brooke Kinsley proves me wrong! It is an ongoing series, so there are cliffhangers and this one just blew my mind!

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review 2017-06-15 20:14
More Socks
The Twisted Sisters Sock Workbook - Lynne Vogel

I borrowed this book from the Mary L Cook Library in Waynesville and while I enjoyed it, it was more in-depth than I was prepared for. It covered how to dye the wool, how to make the yarn for socks and then went into different types of socks: basic, sandal/thong, and toes. While that proved fun, I was hoping for something different. It did have a lot of good information in it for making socks to fit different feet, measuring and how to figure stitches and also an afterthought heel. 

 

 

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review 2017-06-12 16:44
Beast (Twisted Ever After #1) - A. Zavarelli

WHOA!!!!!

Twisted Elegance... That's all I have to say about this one.

Many triggers here. So proceed with EXTREME CAUTION.. But it ends beautifully.
I'm so glad I pushed through with this one. It was hard to watch many times, but I refused to look away.

Javier & Bella took my breath away. They really did.

I would definitely recommend this one for my Dark Romance Lovers.

This story is going to stay with me for a long while.

Intense Reading :)

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review 2017-05-31 00:00
TWISTED
TWISTED - Mandi Beck All work and no play makes Fannin McGuire a dull girl. Nursing a broken heart, a bruised ego and heavy work load are all she can handle right now. So when her jerk of an ex, equally twisted stepsister and a wedding are on the agenda, what's a girl to do? She needs a hero and she finds one in the most unlikely of places. Jasper is no pushover. So why does Fannin have him playing her white knight? Twisted thrives on some good ole' fairy tale fantasy to tug at the emotions, spicing it up along the way.
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