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review 2015-01-13 02:22
Show the Fire (Signal Bend Series Book 6) - Susan Fanetti

I enjoyed reading romance between older, more mature protagonists. There’s open communication and compromise even as there’s moments when you just want to scream at them. Tasha’s group of friends were a good addition to the story and we get to know both Tasha and Len away from the Night Horde clubhouse.

When an author tells you that her work is the most dark to date, take heed. That's all I'll say about that.  I'm excited and sad to see how this series ends in Leave a Trail. Read more.

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review 2015-01-06 19:59
All the Sky (Signal Bend Series) - Susan Fanetti

I enjoyed both Havoc and Cory’s transformations and how these two flawed, broken souls make a family despite all they’ve been through.

Dare I say, I liked that the Night Horde are back in the thick of things with the drug cartel following the calm of the last few books. I’m excited to read the last 2 books of this series to see how it all goes down for the Night Horde/Signal Bend in the end. Read more.

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url 2014-05-04 13:43
Behold the Stars by Susan Fanetti
Behold the Stars (Signal Bend Series) - Susan Fanetti

Glam's Review of Behold The Stars on Closet Geeks and Slow Mo

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text 2014-05-01 22:15
April Recap
Move the Sun (Signal Bend Series) - Susan Fanetti
Behold the Stars (Signal Bend Series) - Susan Fanetti
Into the Storm - Susan Fanetti
Hard Time - Cara McKenna
As Hot As It Gets - Elle Kennedy
Protecting His Assets - Cari Quinn
Guarding His Heart - Cari Quinn
Mid Life Love: At Last - Whitney Gracia Williams
Take Me On - Cherrie Lynn
It Ain't Me, Babe - Tillie Cole

Whittling away at the TBR...15 books moved over to the READ pile. Only a few thousand and counting to go. Overall, some great reads this month.  

 

Move the Sun by Susan Fanetti - 4.5 stars

It Ain't Me, Babe by Tillie Cole - 4.5 stars

*Who's Your Baby Daddy* by I. Ronik - 4.5 stars

Behold the Stars by Susan Fanetti - 4 stars

Into the Storm by Susan Fanetti - 4 stars

Hard Time by Cara McKenna - 4 stars

*A Little Bit of Hot* by Elle Kennedy - 4 stars

As Hot As It Gets by Elle Kennedy - 4 stars

Take Me On by Cherrie Lynn - 4 stars

*Finding Cinderella* by Colleen Hoover - 4 stars

*Until Fountain Bridge* by Samantha Young* - 4 stars

Protecting His Assets by Cari Quinn - 3.5 stars 

Mid Life Love: At Last by Whitney Garcia Williams - 3 stars

Guarding His Heart by Cari Quinn - 3 stars

*Stud Muffin Wanted* by Lena Matthews - 3 stars

 

 

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review 2014-04-18 05:09
Eh!
All the Sky (Signal Bend Series) - Susan Fanetti

2.5 - 3 CHICKS RUIN EVERYTHING STARS

It's so funny. Most of this series I've loved. The second book Behold the Stars and this book were a bit of a miss for me. 

I liked Havoc, and I get from his background that he found it hard to connect with people and didn't want a relationship or family. He didn't have a really great example of it.

For Corinne, her background was much better, but her sister and brother-in-law, felt like there were there only to antagonize her and us to make us like her more. She was fine, but I wasn't as invested in her as I was with Lilli, Shannon or Riley. She seemed to fall into love with Havoc way too easily and her sort of "wait and see" attitude with her kid and his involvement with the Horde was a little bizarre for me.

I also saw what was going to happen coming a mile away. I mean... COME ON! Haven't they learned anything yet. I get that Isaac needed to replenish his quaffers after his rehab, but there had to be a better way. Or at least someone had to think and direct Dom to what they should be looking out for. They know he's not Bart, and even Bart missed things. So someone should have been thinking of all the angels. The walked into what they ended up in so easily it was ridiculous. 

I did like the part where Bart came back, even if it was partly his fault that things turned out the way they did. 

I don't know guys. I love this series for the most part. It just feels like every couple of books she phones it in and follows a pattern for me. Oh well. We can't all love everything and I will continue to give the series a try as now I have to know how they are going to get themselves out of this predicament.

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