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review 2016-05-31 00:00
Gypsy Love
Gypsy Love - Angela McPherson,Lynn Vrom... Gypsy Love - Angela McPherson,Lynn Vroman My first book by this author and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I've read gypsy books before and this one was quite unique. An ancient curse that had travelled through the generations bringing a modern gypsy girl in contact with a ghost from her ancestor's past. There was quite a twist in the middle, can one be happy and sad at the same time? The characters had an endless love and were a delight to read.
The drama at the end had me hiding in a cafe at lunchtime where work couldn't disturb me so I could read those final chapters. I loved the ending and the insight to their future.
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review 2015-08-23 00:00
Summer Confessions
Summer Confessions - Lynn Vroman This book is not as racy as some of the other books that I read, but I really enjoyed this story, it is nice to have a break every once in a while and read something different. I loved the grandpa!!! I would definitely recommend this book.
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review 2015-03-25 00:00
Summer Confessions
Summer Confessions - Lynn Vroman To be completely honest with you guys, I’m not the kind of reader that can stumble across a book with an unfortunate cover and just know without a shadow of a doubt that the book is a diamond in the rough waiting to be discovered. In fact, when I signed up for the book blitz for Summer Confessions, I didn’t bother to sign up for the review slot because I knew I wouldn’t be interested in reading it. I found out how wrong I was when I was finally given my excerpts and giveaway info for the book blast. Suddenly I just had to read it and hurried to email the author to plead a review copy from her.

Summer Confessions turned out to be a wickedly addictive adventure of two girls caught between a rock and a hard place when they learn just how difficult it is to keep a secret in a small, southern town with a pair of not-so-mentally-stable eyes obsessively glued to Macy.

❝I hear it’s contagious. You know, the gay? It rubs right off when someone touches the skin of an infected person.❞


When I was younger and terrified of scary movies, I would watch them through the cracks of my fingers. I had moments where I wished it was possible to do so while reading Summer Confessions. People are notorious for ignoring a problem until it becomes too big to tuck out of site, and it was difficult to watch Macy do that very thing in her love for Jeb’s sister, Rachel. It was difficult not to shout at my NOOK when I just knew she was being an idiot, not realizing how dangerous Jeb had become in his obsession with her. Macy could be an infuriating main character, but what really sold me was her close relationship with her grandfather. I have a similar one with mine and honestly wouldn’t know what I would do without him.

❝I don’t know if you realize this, but I’ve never-ever-loved another human being the way I loved you.❞


Summer Confessions was a weird mixture of adorable and suspense. Even though I found a lot of the plot predictable, I fell in love with the main characters and Ana (love me some badass best friend advice). Maybe this wasn’t the most surprising plot line and the writing wasn’t as beautiful or poetic in comparison to a lot of popular authors saturating the young adult market these days, but Summer Confessions was utterly riveting. I can see myself re-reading this over and over. I give Vroman props for stepping out of the heterosexual YA romance novel. She’s definitely earned a new fan in this curvy reader.



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review 2014-12-22 00:00
Tainted Energy
Tainted Energy - Lynn Vroman www.readingbifrost.com

Tainted Energy is a take on reincarnation where instead of deciding what creature you deserved to be, your life is dependent upon what dimension you deserve. Some worlds are greatly evolved, others are still in infancy; each with a Warden to watch over and protect its dimension.

Lena is seventeen and living on Earth as a punishment, fallen from grace that is Exemplar, the highest of dimensions, and forced to live out her cycle in an abusive home with no memory of who she really is.

Three other dimensions were mentioned in this book: Exemplar, Arcus, and Empyrean. Exemplar we don’t see very much of in this book, but Arcus and Empyrean are extraordinary worlds built by the author. Arcus is a very low level dimension filled with vibrant, almost cartoon quality colors and a mishmash of not-quite-right creatures. Empyrean is a medieval-ish quality dimension with cities that float in the air.

Lena’s character is strong, sharp, and a bit hardheaded. She does seem to what things her way most of the time, but not in a “spoiled” sort of way. Tarek is a big, cocky, teddybear who can be very protective and jealous. The romance between the two was mostly light, but does have a few fluff filled moments for long sighs and girly giggles.

The baddies were delightfully evil and fun to toss thoughts about. Casimir makes many valid points but goes about things wrong. I’ve already made several guesses about the villain/s for the next book!

Overall, Tainted Energy is a great start to a promising new series. I recommend it for anyone who likes to read paranormal romance that hints on the side of soulmates.
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review 2014-11-06 16:21
Book Review: Tainted Energy
Tainted Energy (The Energy Series Book 1) - Lynn Vroman

I have to say I wasn't sure about this book when I started it. It began interestingly enough, we got to meet Lena and learn about her family problems but I wanted more. There were hints of this mystery Him from her dreams but we didn't really get to know or understand Tarek until later. Once Tarek was introduced and Wilma explained some of the energy background the story picked up nicely and I found myself turning page after page.

Vroman creates a vivid setting of the various dimensions with just enough detail to immerse you in their world. From giant squids in the trees to the rolling waterbed every moment was beautifully written and transitioned back to "normal" earth with relative ease. The world building was definitely a high point for me.

Lena as a character is very relatable and I felt myself rooting for her at every turn. It was a nice change to have a heroine that wasn't instantly fearless and strong. Even up to the last page Lena has moments of weakness and fear. Tarek is not her knight in shining armor and their chemistry is prominent but not overwhelming. The idea of a love that lasts longer than a lifetime (or cycle) is endearing to me.

Overall this was the package deal: fantasy, action and a little bit of romance. I look forward to more from this author.

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