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text 2017-12-22 15:19
You Pick It For Me & Giveaway

 

I thought it might be fun to have you guys help me pick what to read next from my box of books. I talked about this box in my Book Tag post Book Blogger Test Tag. I’ve also got several eBooks that I’ve picked up and never read too, but this box is a great place to start in dwindling down my books I haven’t read. So, help me out. Pick a book from the three listed below and I’ll read it in January. 

 

Immortal librarian Clio has existed for thousands of years. Her purpose—to influence and inspire mortals. Now as one has inspired her, a battle is mounting between the Muses and a god who care little for the plight of man. A hostile takeover is imminent at Olympus Enterprises.

 

History professor Jax Callahan is battling his own uncertainties. His previous employer’s refusal to heed his warnings results in a tragic loss of life. Blaming himself, he no longer believes he can make a difference.

 

Tyranny will stop at nothing to appease her father and succeed in taking over Olympus and the world. To save mankind, Clio must reveal herself as a Muse to Jax, the man she’s fallen in love with. Facing the end of humanity as they know it, she must convince him to trust in the magic of what if. Because failure spells doom for everyone.

 

When demons threaten London, Lady Belinda answers the call.

 

Lord Gabriel Thurston returns home from war to find his fiancée is not the sweet young girl he left behind. She’s grown into a mysterious woman who guards her dark secrets well. When he sees her sneaking away from a ball, he’s convinced it’s for a lover’s rendezvous. Following her to London’s slums, Gabriel watches in horror as his fiancée ruthlessly slays a man.

 

Lady Belinda Clayton’s only concern was her dress for the next ball, until demons nearly killed her and changed everything. A lady by day, and a demon hunter by night, she knows where her duty lies. Ending her betrothal is the best way to protect Gabriel from death by a demon’s hand.

 

Gabriel soon realizes, like him, Belinda has been fighting for her country. He joins in the fight, determined to show her that their love can endure, stronger than ever.

 

Two secret worlds. One unstoppable passion. A fiery secret that could destroy them all.

 

Prince Zayne Godfrey, heir to Edana’s throne, is betrothed to the lone princess of rival kingdom Forath. While his heart is not in the arranged marriage, he will do his royal duty.

When he finds a beautiful stranger cornered by a pack of wolves, he doesn’t hesitate to shift into his golden dragon form to save her. She thanks him by taking one look at him and fainting dead away.

 

Photographer Adelaide Miller is in England for a career-making shoot when a bizarre jogging mishap lands her in a dangerous, medieval-like world of royals, wizards and dragon-shifting men. Her first instinct is to find her way back, but the fire-breathing prince intent on protecting her threatens to melt her heart.

 

Zayne’s burning passion for Adelaide not only jeopardizes the fragile peace between two kingdoms, it uncovers a ruthless plot to destroy his family. Remaining together may change Adelaide’s very definition of home—and expose one searing secret that could forever shift the balance of power in Zayne’s world.

 

Vote on which book, from my box of books, I should read in January.
The one with the most votes will be read in January 2018.

 

 

 

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For helping me pick my next read. You get to enter to win a $5 Amazon GC.

 

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Source: angelsguiltypleasures.com/2017/12/you-pick-it-for-me
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review 2016-12-28 21:27
The Romance Vote - Ali Vali

I was pretty disappointed with this book. I think it started out pretty well, I liked the characters, the chemistry was heating up a bit, the central couple were working toward coming together in a fairly believable way, and I was thinking this would be a good, light romance. Exactly what I was hoping for.

But about halfway through, everything fell apart for me. The "avoid the romance with this woman at all costs" thing was forgotten in literally a second and from then on out it was a trail of deception that, to me made absolutely no sense and seemed to go against character for both of the leads. That went on until nearly the very end when, without really explaining how things were resolved, everyone lives happily ever after.

I think this will be my last attempt at a new Vali book.

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review 2016-11-21 14:38
Vote for the lesser evil - Loki!
Vote Loki (2016-) #1 (of 4) - Christopher Hastings,Langdon Foss,Tradd Moore

The tweets about Loki running were hilarious, and made this worth the slow build up.   The slow build up which is needed to show how hard Loki has to fight, how hard he's made it for himself, and how low he'll go to win.  

 

It's a lot of fun, mostly because it pokes fun at this particular election.   I'm finally in a place where I can read it and laugh, and while I'd purchased this a while ago - and haven't gotten the rest because I couldn't get into the slow beginning at first - I reread the beginning, finished and ended up loving the political commentary.   It manages to mock certain elements, without breaking the fourth wall.  

 

I'm still not into this enough to track down the next three issues, especially since I can wait for them to come up on MU.   I'm going to do that, then finish up this series.  

 

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review 2016-09-13 00:00
Anything for a Vote
Anything for a Vote - Joseph Cummins I love historical stuff and I love random, little known facts. This book is both of those things. Fascinating reading!
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url 2016-06-26 17:23
"Continent Isolated"

My thoughts on this week's Brexit vote.

 

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