logo
Wrong email address or username
Wrong email address or username
Incorrect verification code
back to top
Search tags: mayhem
Load new posts () and activity
Like Reblog Comment
review 2017-07-11 02:57
Witty and fun
Dear Neighbor - River Laurent,Mayhem Cov... Dear Neighbor - River Laurent,Mayhem Cover Creations,Teresa Banschbach

Witty, fun, and hot! Max and Mimi are great together and their banter kept me in stitches. There was a twist toward the end that I totally saw coming and another that completely caught me by surprise, but twist or no twist, the whole dang story was great. The hilarious dialogue combined with the fan yourself hotness make this one a winner.

Like Reblog Comment
text 2017-05-22 03:23
A Delightful Disaster
Perfect Mayhem: The Perfect Disaster Ser... Perfect Mayhem: The Perfect Disaster Series - Aimee Horton
Perfect Mayhem: The Perfect Disaster Series by, Aimee Horton
This is a laugh-out-loud quick read for those who are in their first few years of motherhood or those that can distinctly recall those first few years. It is written for the now generation who is used to the social media formatting. It is a different type of print writing style, but it seems to be catching on. I found the book to be very truthful and very relatable, which is why I found it so humorous. The author was wise in not making the book any longer using this style. However, I would have like to see a break between the years with perhaps a paragraph or two of text to give it a little more substance and clarity. Overall, it was a fun read.
 
 

 

Source: www.amazon.com/Perfect-Mayhem-Disaster-Aimee-Horton-ebook/dp/B00X15M2IY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1495417788&sr=8-1&keywords=perfect+mayhem
Like Reblog Comment
review 2017-05-13 02:56
Mischief's Mayhem
Mischief's Mayhem: 3rd Installment in the Chloe Daniels Mysteries (Volume 3) - Deidra D. S. Green

Title:  Mischief's Mayhem

Author:  Deidra D. S. Green

Publisher:  Rathsi Publishing Presents

Series:  The Third Installment in The Chloe Daniels Mysteries

Reviewed By:  Arlena Dean

Rating: Five

Review:

 

"Mischief's Mayhem" by Deidra D. S. Green

 

My Thoughts....

 

Well as one can see these mysteries .... continue....with Anna Black still in prison ...however will she be able to  go to trial after what has gone on with her?  Continuing on what will we find with Grace Pembroke Wetherby[Baby Doll Killer] still doing her thing time around, however, it looks like she has been caught by none other than ?  Now, in this read we get some new characters...Major and Mayven who are causing havoc across the state lines with their killings. Who are these two and why are they on this killing spree?  Now, I don't want to leave out how hard Dr. Daniels and Detective Phillips are still trying to piece these murders all together, however, it seems like they maybe getting some more help with there cases.  All in all to know what all has gone on in this series  you will have to pick up not only "Mischief's Mayhem" but the other two installments in The Chloe Daniels Mysteries to fully understand what has gone on with each of these very captivating main characters[Anna Black, Grace Pembroke Wetherby and Major & Mayven].  So, I starting my next read of this series....FIT: The 4th installment in the Chloe Daniels Mysteries to get some more of this mystery read.

 

Like Reblog Comment
show activity (+)
review 2017-03-15 02:37
Myths, Mayhem, & Sweet Tea by Kimberly Hunter
Myths, Mayhem, & Sweet Tea - Kimberly Hunter

This story is a disaster. I remember seeing a few negative reviews a year or so ago, but I have no idea what had happened to them. They are not here anymore. I should have known better. I should have paid heed to the warnings.

If you think this is about an archaeological dig, it's not. If you think it's about Creed and outstanding security services he provides, it's not. If you think there is a complicated story that involves dangerous gods and their immense powers, it's not.

This is about a bunch of horny teenagers in grown-up god and human bodies, who drink, f*ck like bunnies (I dare you to flag me for that word, when every other sentence in this book contains a profanity), tell each other tragic sappy stories about their past and run around with googly eyes, falling in insta-love and whispering saccharine nothings when not swearing. These are the Gods. These are tough and rough disciplined ex-military types.

Creed is hired to provide security for a group of archaeologists. He makes a huge deal over it while talking to his client. But what does he do when he gets to the site? Shouts, yells, throws a fit or two and then goes off on a drinking/banging spree first with a member of the dig, and not a couples of hours later with Loki. Creed is too full of himself, and "A limp dick bastard with a God complex" definition suggested by one of the characters describes him to a T.

And so it goes on, Creed and Loki traveling all over the place, bragging about their intelligence, drinking, banging, talking feelings (yuck... yuck.... sticky sugary stuff ...bleh *shrugs*). Everything falls into places when they need it, cause - Gods. They take care of that crap. And so on through now 75% of the book.

Then there is the issue with the Sleeper. Gods don't want him disturbed, but put him in a sealed chamber in an active volcano. What do you think will happen if the said volcano awakes? The seals will be broken, the Sleeper will rise. That's what. Gods Morons.

Strongly reminds me of The Student Prince. All party with little plot.

Still reading (can't believe myself). Will report on the rest later.

And so, I am sad to report that the story is not improving. Ancient gods, who waited literally hundreds of thousand of years for their one and only soulmate, are now rapidly finding them not only within the same week of 2015, but 2 out of three popped up at the same location. The Dig.



What are the odds? O.o

...and then there were poor puppies and poor abused boys and who knows what else, put there for the sole purpose of squeezing out a tear, creating more drama and producing more sap.



DNF-ing at 88%. Actually I did scroll to the end of the book, but couldn't concentrate on any of it.

Like Reblog Comment
review 2017-03-12 19:04
Double Mayhem, Sam Berretti
Double Mayhem: A Seekers Mystery - Sam Berretti

I really enjoyed this mayhem piece of work. The heroine was a tad bit clutzy. I received this book for free and I voluntarily chose to review it. I've given it a 4.5* rating. This heroine, Doris, is a brainy nerd type but quite the innocent on another level. Between it all, she would have these flashes of cleverness that was quite fun to see unfold. I couldn't help but fall in love with her. But because of the violence and sexual content, not for the under 18 readers. Looking forward to the next book in this series.

More posts
Your Dashboard view:
Need help?