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review 2017-03-28 20:12
Waiting For The Beast: Volume 1 (Lucifer's Clock)
Waiting For The Beast (Lucifer's Clock) ... Waiting For The Beast (Lucifer's Clock) (Volume 1) - Jessica Dueck,Paul T. Hayden

So I started the book out and we are introduced to Robinette and it threw me for a loop because the blurb mentions Angelica. I thought that just maybe I had the wrong book in my hands. So I continued reading and then it all clicked and came together. What do you do when you have a child with the devil but don't remember ever sleeping with him?
Well you give birth and raise her with guardian angels as they will protect her. We watch as Angelica grows into a beautiful young lady and she has had a sheltered life. So when she finally gets to go to school with others of things just doesn't go 100 percent perfect. Angelica slowly wants answers as to what is going on in her life will those who are raising her give her the answers she is looking for?
I really enjoyed the characters I felt they were well developed and it was hard to not, not like them. I really loved how Michael tries really hard to not fall in love with Angelica, though it seems that something will happen between them both. The plot was steady and there was not a dull moment within the book. Even with Angelica going to school it seemed that there was something interesting going on. I liked how the author made
I do believe I will read book two as I want to know what is Angelica going to do when her father does find her. Will Angelica follow the good path or the one her father has for her?

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review 2017-03-18 00:00
A Princess in Waiting
A Princess in Waiting - Noelle Adams ARC Review: A Princess in Waiting (Rothman Royals) by Noelle Adams

With A Princess In Waiting, Noelle Adams flexes some serious comedic muscle. Lisette is awkward, unsure and sweet. Not necessarily the conventional picture of a princess, but a totally irresistible fit for a heart stealer. Alex is the man of her heart. Best friend, childhood crush and love tutor are all roles he has played in her life, but could the clueless princess be missing out on the man of her dreams? I love to read authors who are always finding new directions to explore and Noelle Adams is always growing. From angst to inspirational and comedic, light hearted fair, I couldn't help but fall for A Princess in Waiting.
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url 2017-02-09 01:38
Waiting on Wednesday | February 2017

 

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme (or monthly in my case), hosted by the amazing Jill at Breaking the Spine.

Since I am a rebellious blogger, I am not following the traditional Waiting on Wednesday rules. Instead of posting the meme weekly, I am going to do it monthly (work smarter, not harder). Plus, my WOW will only include books that will be releasing (or have already been released) in the same month, so you don't have to wait forever to get these beauties. 

This month features a lot of diverse books, which could not have been timed better. This year, I vowed to read and blog about more diverse and inclusive novels. With such a suffocating atmosphere in the real world, I want to be able to spotlight books that offer a more diverse, accepting, and open-minded approach to the world. Books really do have power; the power to increase knowledge, open minds, and create understanding, but only if you pick up the right ones. So, I hope that I can guide you in the right direction with my picks this month.

 

Click the link to see my most anticipated reads of February!

Source: 4evercrazyforya.blogspot.com/2017/02/waiting-on-wednesday-february-2017.html
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text 2017-02-03 07:10
Now Available - Trident Security Series

 Now Available on all Platforms!!

 

Trident Series ( books 1-5) by Samantha A. Cole

 

 

 

 

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review 2017-01-27 18:18
For those who waited
Islanders - Teow Lim Goh

Some people associate Ellis Island with immigrants viewing the Statue of Liberty on their way to debarkation. The words at the statue’s base read, "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"

 

On America’s western shore, however, there was no statue to greet new arrivals when they disembarked on Angel Island. Because immigration laws can change, and because they can do so while passengers are still at sea, some Chinese immigrants spent months waiting on Angel Island while their cases were being decided. Some, after their long waits, were forced to return home.

 

Some Chinese immigrants passed the time writing poetry upon the walls of their prison. Although many of the poems the men’s poems were preserved, the woman’s barracks burned down and none of the women’s poems remain.

 

Colorado author, Teow Lim Goh, has re-imagined their poetry in her book, Islanders. Her poetry is stark, inciteful, and very sad. Her notes at the volume’s end provide a short history of Chinese immigration to the United States. Recommended.

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