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review 2018-10-19 12:24
Audiobook Review: Whispers at Seaside (Sweet with Heat: Seaside Summers #10) by Addison Cole
Whispers at Seaside - Addison Cole,Andi Ardnt,Sebastian York

 

 

For every moment of sunshine there has been torrents of rain. The Lacroux siblings have weathered tragedy, alcoholism and rebuilding their broken family while finding individual happiness. Now it's Matt's turn to find his happy ending. Whispers at Seaside is a haunting tale of new beginnings and happy endings. Emotions run deep, but so does the power of pure love.

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text 2018-10-15 15:27
REVIEW BY DEBBIE - Obsessed: Meik and Sebastian by Quin Perin
Obsessed: Meik and Sebastian - Quin Perin

Obsessed - to preoccupy or fill the mind of (someone) continually, intrusively, and to a troubling extent.

 

Meik Lennen has everything a man could want. A successful company. More money than he knows what to do with. Men and women falling to their knees in front of him, practically begging him to dominate them. Everything a man could want with only one problem: he's bored of it all. Bored of the same old things and the greyness of his life, until...

 

...he catches sight of Sebastian, an enigmatic twenty-year-old street musician, who rips him out of his dull daze. Obsessed with the young man, Meik lures him in and offers him a peek into a world of sins and desire. But soon Sebastian begins to twist his way into his consciousness, threatening to reveal dark memories Meik had locked away tightly.

 

Check out quin&perin's new mm explicit gay sex series & enjoy the ride!
 

A quin&perin story: 'Meik&Sebastian: Obsessed' is a 170.000 word mm explicit gay sex series, featuring gay first time elements. This gay erotic book entails many explicit sexual scenes and is not a romance.

 

 

@quinperin, @debbiereadsbook, #Erotic, #Short_Story, #M_M, #Contemporary, 5 out of 5 (exceptional)

Source: archaeolibrarian.wixsite.com/website/single-post/2018/08/15/Obsessed-Meik-and-Sebastian-by-Quin-Perin
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review 2018-10-15 14:51
Flugangst 7A!!!
Flugangst 7A - Audible Studios,Sebastian Fitzek,Simon Jäger

German review (spoilerfree)

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Grund Gütiger, was für eine Achterbahnfahrt. Am Anfang war ich mir wirklich nicht sicher ob mir das Buch gefallen würde, doch mit jedem Kapitel mehr wurde es besser und besser. Und das Ende. Das Ende!!!

 

Inhalt: Es gibt eine tödliche Waffe, die durch jede Kontrolle kommt.
Jeder kann sie ungehindert an Bord eines Flugzeugs bringen.

Ein Nachtflug Bueno Aires-Berlin.
Ein labiler Passagier, der unter Gewaltphantasien leidet.
Und ein Psychiater, der diesen Patienten manipulieren soll, um an Bord eine Katastrophe herbeizuführen.
Sonst verliert er etwas sehr viel Wichtigeres als sein Leben...

 

Ich werde nicht zu sehr ins Detail gehen, einfach weil es so spoilerfrei wie Möglich bleiben soll. Ich hatte wirklich absolut keine Ahnung was ich von dem Buch und der Story erwarten sollte und das war auch gut so. ich finde das Buch genießt man am Besten, wenn man so wenig wie möglich weiß und sich auf das Abendteuer einlässt. Aber das Anschnallen nicht vergessen!!!

 

Ich mochte die Geschichte unheimlich gerne, sie war von Anfang bis zum Ende unheimlich spannend und es gab viele, unerwartete Wendungen, die einen bis zum Schluss super unterhalten haben.

 

Die Charaktere waren alle so verschieden und vielschichtig, und es war super interessant, das die Geschichte aus mehreren Sichtweisen erzählt wurde.

 

Da ich es als Hörbuch gehört habe, muss ich noch unbedingt erwähnen, dass mir der Sprecher unheimlich gut gefallen hat und dass er mich mit seinem "Erzählen" wirklich fesseln konnte. (Es ist vielleicht nicht mein absolutes Lieblingsbuch bei Fitzek aber es war trotzdem unheimlich gut)

 

 
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review 2018-09-11 20:46
Review - Ash Princess
Ash Princess - Laura Sebastian-Coleman

Review: Ash Princess

 

I received a copy from Netgalley. 

 

This one was a granted wish!! One of my greatly anticipated reads of this year as well. It's not a new concept - surviving princess of a conquered kingdom discovers the means and power to aid a revolution to take back her throne. The way the plot was handled was extremely good. Again not particularly unique, but well written with interesting characters and a narrative that made the story captivating. 

 

Theodosia is the surviving princess kept as a hostage to a cruel Kaiser and his invading court, a reminder to her people now enslaved of the power the Kaiser. Nicknamed the Ash Princess (her mother was a Queen of Fire magic, killed in the invasion) and renamed Thora, she now lives a hard life in the Kaiser's court. While she still lives in the palace she's as much as a slave as any of the remainder of her people. She's punished brutally at the Kaiser's slightest whim and supposed to sit there dolefully and accept everything thrown at her without complaint. She's supposed to be thankful she's there at all. 

 

She's sneered at and ridiculed by the court people. She has guards and a maid who watch her every move and report on her daily. It's a walking nightmare. The magic that was once sacred to Theodosia's people is now almost like an accessory to the people now living in her world. Theodosia's only friend Crescentia is the daughter of the Theyn, the head of the Kaiser's army and punisher.  Crescentia is an airhead, a spoiled court daughter. She's sweet but dim. She's kind to Theo and one of the few people who treat her like a real person. Yet there has to be some resentment there on Theo's behalf - it's just not really something that Cress wants to deal with. (Or at least that's my interpretation). 

 

The Kaiser's heir Prinz Soren has come back to the kingdom and the buzz is that he's ready to settle down and choose a wife, all of which Theo has no interest in. It appears that The o has pretty much given up at this point but there's something deep inside her, a righteous anger simmering beneath the surface. Mourning the family she's lost, of the people who died in the invasion, the pain she suffers daily, and the helpless that she can't seem to do anything about her position. 

 

Until one night when she comes across an old friend, now an escaped slave from the mines pretending to be a palace worker makes her an offer. Help her escape. Theo is given some harsh truths about what is left of her mother's people. They want a queen to rise and take back what is rightfully theirs. And Theo is that queen. 

 

There is a revolution brewing, there are still people loyal to Theo who believe she can be the queen her people need. It's an awful lot of pressure. Theo has to decide what wants. The punishments she is suffering are getting worse and there's also a threat of marrying her off hanging around as well. The revolution needs someone on the inside. 

 

So plots form. One involving the handsome, eligible Prinz Soren, round the same age as Theo. Ditzy Cress is swooning over the prince convinced her position as the Theyn's daughter makes her the most eligible match. Yet it's not Cress of course, who has caught Soren's attention. 

 

And there of course, the inevitable fantasy romance. Theo's emotions are in overdrive, Soren is nothing like his monstrous father - if Soren were king would things be different? The plot continues to twist and turn. The end was pretty damn good, cliffhanger (of course) and I really want to see where this one was going. 

 

It's quiet violent in parts, particularly Theo's punishments. The character building is intense, every character grows throughout the novel, a shock twist at the end changes the boundaries between Crescentia and Theo which could be an interesting plot for the follow up novel to take on. And the twist at the end for Theo and Soren made me grin.

 

I loved Theodosia and how she grew over the novel, she's my favourite type of fantasy heroine. She makes tremendous sacrifice for herself to start to right the wrongs that were done. Her strength and development is brilliant. And this is only the beginning of her journey. 

 

Thank you to Netgalley and Pan Macmillan for approving my request to view the title. 

 

 

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text 2018-08-21 18:03
The Soldier's Scoundrel by Cat Sebastian $1.99!
The Soldier's Scoundrel - Cat Sebastian

A scoundrel who lives in the shadows
 
Jack Turner grew up in the darkness of London's slums, born into a life of crime and willing to do anything to keep his belly full and his siblings safe. Now he uses the tricks and schemes of the underworld to help those who need the kind of assistance only a scoundrel can provide. His distrust of the nobility runs deep and his services do not extend to the gorgeous high-born soldier who personifies everything Jack will never be.  
 
A soldier untarnished by vice 
 
After the chaos of war, Oliver Rivington craves the safe predictability of a gentleman's life-one that doesn't include sparring with a ne'er-do-well who flouts the law at every turn. But Jack tempts Oliver like no other man has before. Soon his yearning for the unapologetic criminal is only matched by Jack's pleasure in watching his genteel polish crumble every time they're together.  
 
Two men only meant for each other

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