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review 2017-12-17 01:26
Ths Fist That Bound Me
The Fist That Bound Me: A Stand Alone Novel - Trinity DeKane,Maria Harrison
Title: The Fist That Bound Me
Author: Trinity DeKane
Publisher: Tiece Mickens Presents, LLC
Rating: Five

"The Fist That Bound Me" by Trinity Dekane

My Thoughts...

What a well written story with so much sadness and emotional pain that dealt with such domestic abusive violence that happened to these girls [Jade, Corrina, Telissa & Dee] that many have gone through. How they made it through it was really a horrible story. I still wish Jade would have told her mother on just what was going on with her father. But oh well this happens and naturally Jade would end up with someone like Greg who used 'his badge for all the wrong reasons.' However, thank God Malcolm comes into the picture and to learn the rest of the story you will have to pick up this phenomenal good read to see who well this author brings out this journey all out to the reader. I found this story a very realistic one and that ending was really something!

I love what the author also presents to the readers concerning this subject matter at the end of the read. Would I recommend this novel? YES!
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review 2016-08-06 08:16
Cocky Biker (Cocker Brothers of Atlanta #2) by Faleena Hopkins
Cocky Biker: A Stand Alone MC Romance Novel (Cocker Brothers of Atlanta Book 2) - Faleena Hopkins
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review 2015-09-07 00:32
{Review} Dawson’s Stand by Morgan Blaze
Dawson's Stand - Morgan Blaze

After a marriage that nearly killed her, Emma’s just trying to start over in a new town, where perhaps her past won’t come back to haunt her anymore than it already does. The last thing she’s looking for is a new relationship, especially with a man who’s known for throwing punches, but when Gage Dawson comes into her life, all bets are off.


But... There were parts of the plot that simply didn’t add up, primarily Emma’s noticeable lack of hesitation when it came to involving herself with Gage. A woman who was terrorized by the last man she loved probably wouldn’t have run so quickly into the arms of a man she’d just met, one who was vilified by the community and quick to punch back. Granted, she saw a softer side of him, and he never once did anything the least bit threatening to her, but this part of the story simply didn’t fit well. It made the past abuse seem like a convenient excuse to throw in a bit of violence toward the end, which I doubt was the point. I know the stories in this series are short, and that must certainly affect how much development can be done, but neglecting this very important part of Emma’s character in favor of getting to the next scene made this bit feel particularly rushed and unfinished. 


Judging Covers:  Nope, my feelings about the covers in this series haven’t changed.


The Verdict: Dawson’s Stand starts off with a bang, placing us in the last terrifying moments of Emma’s relationship with her now-ex-husband. Fast forward a year, and it’s clear that while she’s survived and moved on, she’s still trying to get her life back together.


Gage is one of the Dawson boys, now grown men, whom the town loves to hate. In previous books, I don’t think we got a good look at just how despised the Dawsons are, probably because Sydney was best friends with Luka and because the second book took us into Luka’s love life. But in Dawson’s Stand, we see that the Dawsons are loathed, blamed for any ugly situation that occurs when they’re around, and even targeted for trouble. It’s like the town is filled with bullies, all out to get the Dawsons, and the guys have no choice but to his back when provoked.


There were certainly some things about this book that were perfectly written and really stood out, such as the opening scene and later when Emma came to Gage’s rescue. The moment Emma was in danger toward the end, the town’s hatred for Gage shined its brightest, and the suspense was so sharp it was almost painful. Even the moment where everything changed, and Gage was finally allowed to run off to save Emma was pretty incredible.  I don’t want to give anything away, but suffice it to say, the drama in this one was a nail-biter and had me turning the pages as fast as I could.  Dawson’s Stand was an entertaining read, just long enough to tell a good story and just short enough to get to the next book quickly!



Source: ficcentral.com/central-picks/book-review/review-dawsons-stand-by-morgan-blaze
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review 2015-05-27 23:45
Bärbel Muschiol - One Night Stand
One Night Stand. Erotischer Roman - Bärbel Muschiol
Emily liebt schmutzige Phantasien und schlägt ihrer besten und anständigen Freundin Marie ein wahninnig erotisches Spiel vor: „Ich wette mit dir, dass ich diesen heißen Mann innerhalb von 30 Minuten dazu bringen kann, mit mir zu schlafen.“ Es wird ein lustvoller, entfesselnder Abend und die Erfüllung Emilys intimer Sehnsüchte mit einem Fremden werden wahr…  
Format: Kindle Edition / E-Pub
Dateigröße: 343 KB
Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 40 Seiten
Verlag: Klarant Verlag (4. Februar 2015)
Sprache: Deutsch
Eigene Meinung:
 Emily und Marie sind wirklich gute Freundinnen, aber leider im Bezug auf Männer grundverschieden. In einer Kneipe im Dorf von Marie machen Emily und Marie eine Wette, dass sie einen Fremden innerhalb von 30 Minuten ins Bett bekommt und dann eine heisse Nacht mit ihm hat. Nur verändert diese Nacht einiges...
Also ich finde das Cover des E-Books schon echt schön, wenn ich mir denke, dass die Frau Emily ist, dann kann ich mir schon vorstellen, warum sie die Wette gewonnen hat. Auch die Schriftart gefällt mir besonder gut.
Der Schreibstil von Bärbel Muschiol ist einfach in den Bahn ziehend, sie schafft es, die Geschicht in eine realistische Umgebung zu bringen und dann eben auch zu zeigen, dass man eine erotische Geschichte auch glaubwürdig und authentisch erzählen kann und sie auch mit einem schönen Schreibstil echt gut verpacken kann.
Eine Wette, 2 gute Freundinnen, ein Mann und eine erotische Nacht ~ das sind die Zutaten für eine erotischen Quickie, der sich schnell lesen lässt und Lust auf viel mehr macht...
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