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review 2019-06-13 22:53
Book Review for Save Grace by Rie Warren
Save Grace (Blood Legion MC #2) - Rie Warren



What a heart wrenching story this was!The story had you engrossed from the very first pages.The story was full of pain and one of acceptance but, one man fought for the both of them and for the women he loved to be free and failing was not an option.
Killian and Grace had one of the oddest courtship that I have read about but, it was cute in an endearing sort of way as Killian fought to gain Grace's trust in order get her our for the life she is currently living because poor Grace was traded and sold into sexual slavery yet again.
Grace we met in book one where she was forced to whore herself by a group of horrible people but, she also got caught up in the war between the MC and White Lair and just disappeared but, not forgotten but, yet again Grace has been thrown into yet again other sick game her master is now playing but, this time around she might not survive once its played out.
I loved Grace and Killian together as Killian wore his heart on his sleeve the entire time and they had amazing chemistry together . My heart bleed for Grace time and time again and not only for what she had survived so far but, for the pain that was coming her way yet again.
Killian and Grace had chemistry but, they also had a amazing friendship that developed into so much more.We loved that Killian courted Grace in the only way he could even if it was a bit unconventional but it was a bunch of firsts for Grace her first kiss,first date and first love and something that was freely given between a couple who genuinely cared for one another.
Overall all the story was full of suspense and had drama and villainous characters and one whooping big surprise that you never saw coming.The story was one big emotional roller coaster for both the reader and its characters.We enjoyed it.
We are enjoying this series and looking forward to our next read.
4 stars form us
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review 2019-05-30 05:51
Book Review for Cry Mercy by Rie Warren
Cry Mercy (Blood Legion MC #1) - Rie Warren



Let's start off by saying this is a first time author for us an we really enjoyed our first read by them.The story was pretty much action packed from beginning to end.

The story had a great cast of MC character's that were loving,kind,protective,loved ribbing and teasing each other but, no doubt we saw the love they had between them as it was all there for those to see.These men were down right dangerous too "so", the perfect mix.

We loved Angel the man went from nailing everything he could to pretty much love at first sight but, he set his sights on one women riddled with a ton of complications.We loved how protective,kind,loving and caring he was toward Mercy from the moment he met her.

Mercy was a women who lived a life of slavery and pain and brutality and yet remained a women who was caring and loving and one who had a sense of humor and one who would give her life just to protective the ones she loved a cared about.Mercy was special because not only did she have Angel wrapped around her little finger she had a entire MC club that came to love her in no time at all.

"Our relationship had been built on danger, survival,death, and . . . limitless hope."

Overall the story had action and suspense from onset to the very end but, it was also one filled with emotion.I enjoyed the story and we are looking forward to the next in this series.

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review 2019-05-23 13:24
Another MC romance that I enjoyed.
Cry Mercy (Blood Legion MC #1) - Rie Warren
Very gritty tale. Angel was so accepting of his feelings for Mercy despite the opposite sides they were on. Mercy had an inner strength when she had a chance to feel secure. With all the danger surrounding them, I loved how they made their way into each other's heart.

I received a copy of this story through Enticing Journey Book Promotions, and this is my unsolicited review.


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review 2019-04-16 22:01
Legion of Super Heroes, Vol. 4
Legion of Super-Heroes Archives, Vol. 4 - Jerry Siegel,Bob Kahan

As the issues move deeper into the 1960s the Legion of Super-Heroes begin acting on some of the seeds planted in earlier issues. The Time Trapper in particular is a villain that was foreshadowed years before he actually makes an appearance in an issue collected here.


Legion stories take up most of "Action Comics" space, but there begin to be more stories that couldn't be completed in a single book. Some events and characters became important only in hindsight (and known only to me because of the introduction). Legion comics of the 1990s and now still pull from these early issues for inspiration.


The problem with reading these so close together is that I run out of things to say. I could go into plots but, honestly, they're so slight it would be spoiling things.


That doesn't sound like a hearty recommendation, but I'm going to still pursue these when I can find them for close to their retail price.


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Next: 'Volume 5'


Previous: 'Volume 3'

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review 2019-04-16 21:20
Legion of Super-Heroes, Vol. 3
Legion of Super-Heroes Archives, Vol. 3 - Edmond Hamilton,Curt Swan

I love these Archive Editions, in most cases they cost more used then they did new back in the 1990s but they have crisp color and, of course, they're more available, durable and readable than the original comics. They are the only way, other than pirating of course, to read these old comics books.


I wish they had left the credits pages in though. Or added them if the original book didn't have them for some reasons. The introduction talks about the evolution of the series and the influence various writers and artists had on the series, but when you're reading the stories themselves I can't find who wrote them unless I look online, which defeats the purpose of the book somewhat.


That is small quibble compared to the joy of seeing all the girls in the Legion vying for Jimmy Olsen's sweet, sweet loving. Feminism will get to the 31st century eventually girls! More seriously there are storylines like the "mutiny" that established "space fatigue" and allowed writers to shuffle through the roster without having to constantly explain why the Legion doesn't just have Superboy and Mon-el do everything all the time. I may be mistaken, but I think this might also be when Bouncing Boy is (temporarily) de-powered after several panels in various issues are spent pointing out that the boy may be jolly but his powers aren't much use in most circumstances.


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Previous: 'Volume 2'

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