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review 2016-03-07 10:16
ARC Review — Sleight of Heart, by Aisling Mancy
Sleight of Heart - Aisling Mancy

Oh my, I never thought I’d enjoy a vampire book again in my life, and here Mancy goes and steals my heart.

 

This storyline was fresh, as I’ve never read one about a Rroma man before. I have met many Rroma men and women in my travels, especially in The Camargue, in southern France, and what little they let me understand of their culture, rang true in this book. Of course, theirs is a very secluded culture, so it can be difficult to know what is and what isn’t. Here? It sang loudly of sincere truth.

 

I must admit, I haven’t met many vampires, though, so my viewpoint may be biased on that one, as I simply loved the lore in this story.

 

AND THERE’S A DRAGON. Just putting that out there, for future reference, and for some people I know who are interested in these things.

 

Mancy is the king of purple prose. He makes it fun to read again, and I also had to look up fourteen words in the dictionary while reading this, so that must be considered extra-bonus brownie points.

 

Personally, there was too much sexy times in this book, but if that’s what you like, here’s where you find it. Instead, I find that the true strength in this story lies in the chapters between the intimate moments, when there is running, and jumping, and fixing, and hoping, and thinking, and pining, and flying, and…and…and…

 

Whew. What a ride!

 

And then I realize this is Book 1 in a future series.

YAY!

 

There will be more!!!

 

*happy dance*

 

***

 

I was given a review copy of this book from the publisher, Cool Dudes Publishing.

A positive review wasn’t promised in return.

 

Release date: March 14, 2016

Source: annalund2011.booklikes.com/post/1354235/arc-review-sleight-of-heart-by-aisling-mancy
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review 2016-01-25 18:00
ARC Review — Farm Fresh (Naked Organics #1), by Posy Roberts
Farm Fresh (Naked Organics Book 1) - Posy Roberts

This was a story I needed to read. A story I haven’t read before. A story that resonated in that part inside me that still feels like it’s missing a piece.

 

I’m not sure I could ever personally live in a sexual commune like the one described, but it was liberating and beautiful to read about the intricacy of the feelings between the members. This is open relationships to the umpteenth degree. With love and commitment. Friendship and companions. Sex and happiness. All over the place, literally.

 

I truly loved this unusual story, and the backdrop of an organic farm up on a hill made it all the better. It is quite low on the usual angst, and plenty sexy.

 

If you cannot fathom a relationship outside of the ordinary couple, this might put you in a situation where you feel a bit lost. But listen! It is well worth reading to the end; come explore something outside your comfort zone?

 

A final note: even though this is a first book in a series, it feels both fully rounded and finished. There are certainly some things left to explore, so I, for one, will be on the look out for the next installment in the series.

 

***

 

I was given a free copy of this self-published book from the author. A positive review wasn’t promised in return.

Source: annalund2011.booklikes.com/post/1323501/arc-review-farm-fresh-naked-organics-1-by-posy-roberts
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review 2015-12-13 17:00
ARC Review — A Serious Thing, (Will & Patrick 1.5) by Annabelle Jacobs
A Serious Thing - Annabelle Jacobs

A shortie with a look-see into a Christmas setting for the two boys of A Casual Thing. Absolutely charming. Go get it!

 

Thank you, Jacobs, for this.

Made my day. 

 

 

***

 

I was given a free copy of this self-published book from the author. A positive review wasn’t promised in return.

Source: annalund2011.booklikes.com/post/1303003/arc-review-a-serious-thing-will-patrick-1-5-by-annabelle-jacobs
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review 2015-10-26 12:20
ARC Review — The Altered 3, by Annabelle Jacobs
The Altered 3 - Annabelle Jacobs

Oh, but I like it when things get tied up and away, with a tidy, little knot!

And with excellent fun. 

I ended my review of the second book in this series, The Altered 2, like this:

Well done, Jacobs. I’m keeping my eye on your work.

 

And so I did! This last part did not disappoint, and wrapped the whole story up perfectly for me. Even though this third installment of the series brings in very few new facts, it is taking care of all the little things that were left suspended in the previous books, and I really enjoyed getting a deeper feel for all the people involved.

 

Very satisfying. And lots of sex. I mean, like, lots.

 

***

 

I was given a free copy of this self-published book from the author. A positive review wasn’t promised in return.

Source: annalund2011.booklikes.com/post/1277128/arc-review-the-altered-3-by-annabelle-jacobs
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review 2015-06-09 18:31
ARC Review - Top Me, Maybe, by Jay Northcote
Top Me Maybe? (BFP: The Secrets Collection) - Jay Northcote

Emotional and intense.

And yeah, it is porn with extra, added, heated porn.

What else is new with Northcote?

You know what? I can only find one problem with this story: it is too short—it is only some thirty pages. I wanted more Duncan. And more Tyler. And more interaction with the buddies at the salon.

 

This was a lot of fun. And sexy. And hot.

 

Kudos, Northcote.

 

Again. And again. And again.

Pun intended.

 

***

 

I was given a free copy of this self-published book from the author, who is a Facebook friend. A positive review wasn’t promised in return.

Source: annalund2011.booklikes.com/post/1182407/arc-review-top-me-maybe-by-jay-northcote
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