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text 2018-09-12 08:05
Blog Tour - Hitman Wedding

 

Today we have the blog tour of HITMAN WEDDING by Eve Langlais! Check it out and grab your copy today!

 

 

Title: HITMAN WEDDING

Author: Eve Langlais

Genre: Contemporary Romance

 

About HITMAN WEDDING:

 

 

The employees of Bad Boy Inc. are gathering for a celebration. The bride sported the latest in bullet proof corsets. The groom wore a gun. The guests came armed for action. But the cake blew up before they could eat it. As for the honeymoon, it’s going to be a mad chase across the globe dodging bullets and bombs to find the culprit who wants them all dead.

 

Once upon a time, Darren fell for a woman while in the world’s most romantic city. In full view of the Eiffel tower he had his heart torn from his chest and stomped on. Time for revenge. Francesca played Darren for a fool, but he won’t let it happen again. Now that he’s found her, she’s going to pay for her actions. Problem is she’s getting under his skin. Rubbing against his skin. Making him remember those Paris days and hotter nights. Before he can decide if he’s crazy enough to fall in love with her again, everything explodes after the wedding.  

 

Get Your Copy Today!  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Catch up on the Series:

Assassin Next Door

Pint-Sized Protector

Deadly Match

Killer Daddy

 

 

About Eve:

 

 New York Times and USA Today Bestseller Eve Langlais is a Canadian author who loves to write hot romance. She likes to blame her twisted imagination for her sarcastic sense of humor which tends to heavily influence her stories. She loves to write, and while she might not always know what her mind is going to come up with next, she does promise it will be fun, probably humorous and most of all romantic, because she believes in a happily ever after.  

 

Connect with Eve:

 

 

Website | Facebook | Twitter |

Mailing List | Goodreads | Amazon

 

 

 

Enter Eve's Giveaway: 

 

 a Rafflecopter giveaway

     

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text 2018-08-29 08:10
Release Blitz - Hitman Wedding

 

Today we have the release blitz of HITMAN WEDDING by Eve Langlais! Check it out and grab your copy today!

 

 

 

 

Title: HITMAN WEDDING

Author: Eve Langlais

Genre: Contemporary Romance

 

About HITMAN WEDDING:

 

 

The employees of Bad Boy Inc. are gathering for a celebration. The bride sported the latest in bullet proof corsets. The groom wore a gun. The guests came armed for action. But the cake blew up before they could eat it. As for the honeymoon, it’s going to be a mad chase across the globe dodging bullets and bombs to find the culprit who wants them all dead.

 

Once upon a time, Darren fell for a woman while in the world’s most romantic city. In full view of the Eiffel tower he had his heart torn from his chest and stomped on. Time for revenge. Francesca played Darren for a fool, but he won’t let it happen again. Now that he’s found her, she’s going to pay for her actions. Problem is she’s getting under his skin. Rubbing against his skin. Making him remember those Paris days and hotter nights. Before he can decide if he’s crazy enough to fall in love with her again, everything explodes after the wedding.

 

Get Your Copy Today!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exclusive Excerpt:

 

 

“Who hired you?”

 

Fran snorted. “Come now, Darren. You and I both know I am not going to answer
that.”

 

“You will.”

 

She sighed. “You’re being ridiculous.”

 

“There is nothing wrong with demanding answers.” He waggled the point of his knife
at her.

 

She still didn’t flinch. “Are you going to torture me? Is that what you do now?

 

Torment women because your ego is bruised?”

 

“The last time I tortured someone, it was with my tongue, and as I recall, you
screamed for more.”

 

A slight flare of her nostrils showed that she remembered what he spoke of. There
was no mistaking the slight hint of pink in her cheeks. She never could hide her blushes,
especially when aroused.

 

She still wants me, too? Heat flashed through him followed by an instant cold bucket
of don’t-fall-for-it-you-idiot. This wasn’t real.

 

“You need to let me go. You don’t know what you’re doing. My surveillance of you
was standard industry business. You, of all people, should understand that.”

 


Yes, Darren knew all about espionage, especially that of companies and people. But
who was behind it of late? Who kept laying traps and trying to kill the people trained at
his academy?

 

 

 

 

Catch up on the Series:

Assassin Next Door

Pint-Sized Protector

Deadly Match

Killer Daddy

 

 

 

About Eve:

 

New York Times and USA Today Bestseller Eve Langlais is a Canadian author who loves to write hot romance. She likes to blame her twisted imagination for her sarcastic sense of humor which tends to heavily influence her stories. She loves to write, and while she might not always know what her mind is going to come up with next, she does promise it will be fun, probably humorous and most of all romantic, because she believes in a happily ever after.  

 

Connect with Eve:

 

 

Website | Facebook | Twitter |

Mailing List | Goodreads | Amazon

 

 

Enter Eve’s Giveaway:

 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

 

 

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review 2018-01-19 01:26
Pib's Dragon (Twisted Fairy Tales) by Beany Sparks
Pib's Dragon (Twisted Fairy Tales) - Beany Sparks

The first half was OK, I was thinking 3-3.5 stars, but second part was full of info dumps and unnecessary details.
Uber convenient magical abilities and handy magical artifacts popping up at the times of need don't add stars either.

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text 2018-01-08 18:58
2017 in Review
How To Be A Tudor: A Dawn-to-Dusk Guide to Everyday Life - Ruth Goodman
New York 2140 - Kim Stanley Robinson
The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt's New World - Andrea Wulf
Murder Must Advertise - Dorothy L. Sayers
The Summer Before the War: A Novel - Helen Simonson
Racing the Devil - Charles Todd
Calamity in Kent - John Rowland
Ashes of London - Andrew Taylor
The Murder of Roger Ackroyd - Agatha Christie
Agnes and the Hitman - Bob Mayer,Jennifer Crusie

2017 was an excellent reading year around here.  I had four five-star reads, not counting re-reads, which is a very high total for me, out of some 90+ books read.  One was a novel - 2140 by Kim Stanley Robinson, and three non-fiction: The Invention of Nature, by Andrea Wulf, and two by Ruth Goodman, How to be a Tudor, and How to be a Victorian.  Wonderful re-reads included Dorothy L. Sayers' Murder Must Advertise, several Mary Russell novels by Laurie R. King, and The Murder of Roger Ackroyd (which I think I read in about 1978, but remembered nothing).

 

The best historical novel I read in 2017 was The Summer Before the War, by Helen Simonson, and the best new mystery Racing the Devil, by Charles Todd.  I read a decent amount of non-fiction, all of it good, from The Glass Universe (about the ladies of the Harvard Observatory) to Michelangelo's Ceiling (Damn it, your holiness, I'm a sculptor, not a painter), The Sun and the Moon (the Man-bats, or America's first great "fake news" story), and A is for Arsenic (Agatha Christie knew her poisons).

 

I had some reads that were just pure fun, like Jennifer Crusie's Agnes and the Hitman, Deborah Harkness' trilogy on witches, or Anne Bishop's novels about The Others.

 

It did have down moments.  Calamity in Kent's plot boiled down to "Scotland Yard inspector decides his tabloid journalist friend, Jimmy, is the best choice to solve a locked room mystery, and tells Jimmy to go for it."  Um.  OK?

 

The one which angered me, however, was my sole 1-star read of the year, The Ashes of London, which was billed as a thriller set during the Great Fire of London.  It is set *after* the fire, did not have very good historical detailing (it could have been pretty much anywhere and anywhen in the past that had suffered a large fire), and had two narrators, neither interesting.  And then it offended me with a touch of "let's start the characterization of the woman by having her evil cousin rape her" and I was out.

 

But most of my reading year was wonderful.  I hope yours was, too.

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review 2017-09-27 04:26
Blood Howl (Sanguis Noctis #1) by Robin Saxon
Blood Howl - Robin Saxon,Alex Kidwell

I can't stress enough how much I do not care for neither characters nor the writing. 
DNF-ing at 65%. 1 star for the part I read

 

The poor thing is tripping all over itself. I don't mean any of the MC's, I mean the book itself: the writing, the plot., the ...uh, grammar.

RS & AK, Leo Tolstoy you are not and long, complex sentences are not your forte. Tho color purple is pretty strong with you.

 

I still have only a vague idea as to what characters look like. Oh, wait, I know a tiny bit about one of the MC's "under all that baggy clothes and long hair there is a long elegant neck" to go with "long gorgeous fingers". Guh! Someone lend me a sharp stick!!! 


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