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text 2018-03-16 14:50
Reading progress update: I've read 56 out of 384 pages.
Runaway Vampire - Lynsay Sands


Currently reading for March #TakeControlTBR & the #LibraryLoveChallenge.


Amazon - http://amzn.to/2peTiK7



So far it's fun!

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review 2018-02-23 05:53
The Vampire Armand - Anne Rice

I am giving this book two stars only because Anne Rice is a talented author, and I can’t bear to give this a single-star rating (though, honestly, it might deserve it).


Man, what a bummer. I loved the last four volumes in this series, but this was a mess. Written after a short hiatus from the Vampire Chronicles, this volume follows Memnoch the Devil, which Rice said was supposed to be the series finale. That would have made sense, and it would have been a fine note to end on. Instead, three years later, this mess hit bookstore shelves.


First off, Lestat is almost nowhere to be found here. I think because, up to this point, the Brat Prince features heavily in all the vampire novels that Rice wasn’t sure where to go with this story. Armand is certainly one of the more interesting immortals — for his age, if nothing else — but he makes for a booooooring narrator. He lacks all the wit and humor of Lestat; he has no personality of his own. What a dud. And don’t get me started on the disjointed ‘feel’ of the story: first half is littered with awkward, heavy-handed sex; second half is . . . I don’t even know, dude. Boring AF. I can’t remember a thing that happened. Maybe that’s for the best.


They can’t all be winners. I will be taking an extended break from this series.

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url 2018-02-17 18:35
New in book series this weekend and Monday (aka my weekly finding of books likely initially missing from or missing covers on booklikes)
Fifty Fifty (Harriet Blue) - James Patterson,Candice Fox
Bound in Ashes: Paranormal BBW Shapeshifter Dragon Romance (Drachen Mates Book 4) - Milly Taiden
Earthbound (Dragons and Druids) (Volume 2) - Leia Stone
A Shade of Vampire 56: A League of Exiles (Volume 56) - Bella Forrest
Dark Strength (Refuge Book 3) - Cynthia Sax,Amanda Kelsey
PACO: Night Rebels Motorcycle Club (Night Rebels MC Romance Book 5) - Chiah Wilder,Hot Tree Editing,Lisa Cullinan
Up In Smoke - T.M. Frazier
Source: www.fictfact.com/BookReleaseCalendar
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text 2018-02-15 21:23
Release Blitz - Her Beating Hart


Release Blitz

Title: Her Beating Hart: A Vampire Rockstar Reverse Harem Romance

Author: J.L. Ostle

Release Date: February 13, 2018

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WARNING: This book has one girl and four vampire rockstars and they are ready to claim her as theirs.
Ivory Bennett has a gift.
She can shield the innocent from supernatural influence, but is it as simple as it seems?
Vampire rockers Beaten Hart hire her to protect their crew and fans, but who would protect their hearts from her?
When Ivory’s gift turns out to be a lot more than anyone could imagine, and darkness threatens to pull her under, can Slate, Rush, Zeke and Caspian protect her, before the worst happens?
This book is a reverse harem (one woman, four guys) contains sexual content and mature language. Recommended for 18 and over





J.L. Ostle was born in Antrim, Northern Ireland, now living in Carlisle, England. J.L. Ostle is a full time mother looking after her cute, active little boy. When she she hasn't got her head stuck in a book or writing, she's watching movies, or doing activities with her friends and their children.


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review 2018-02-13 18:15
Interesting Story Buried Under Too Much Sexing
My Viking Vampire (Sanctuary, Texas Book 1) - Krystal Shannan

An Unexpected great find. Why do I say that ? This was a free offering and usually the free books are rough and seldom lead to anything better. Yeh, How negative of me, but it has proven true. Okay moving on, this book broke that pattern.
The story was well developed, with believable backstories and characters I want to know better. vampires, werewolves, djinns, dragons and so much more, living in a town together. There was never a dull moment, it stayed steady. Why only 3 stars ? Don't laugh, there was too much sex. Yup I went there, call me a prude if you like. The story was just so good on it's own it didn't need all the sexual activities. It took me out of the story, and stuck me in their bed, or in their head thinking what they wanted to do. I just wanted them to hurry it along so I could get back to the djinn or the werewolves or the town where the actions was stalled waiting for them to finish. I also didn't care for her therapy plan it was weirdly placed in the story I thought. Not a fan of BDSM, and that could be the root of it.
I have heard great things about the rest of the series and plan to keep going. I loved this this para-world the author created. The dragon brothers are next :P

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