Twice Upon a Time by Hope Irving *Review

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Once upon a time, there was the wandering soul of Morgann, an 8th century Irish calligrapher-monk longing to be reunited with his soul mate. Deirdre was his forbidden love, a witch with whom he wrote a coveted book.

Under her spell, the souls of the star-crossed lovers travel from bodies to bodies until they find each other. Eventually.
That became his quest: unearth her new body and trigger her memory, for she is clueless about whom she once was. Unfortunately their story didn’t get a chance to become a fairy tale yet it still turned out as a famous urban legend referred as The Black Angel Book.

Twice upon a time, not so long ago, there was me, rational and devastated Rose. I needed to get a grip, said my French mum after my year of numbness due to a painful break-up that led me to cut my wrist daily, to feel something, anything.

So she sent me off to the free-spirited village of Provincetown, Massachusetts, to spend the summer with my American relatives. And just like that, I wasn’t myself any longer. Because someone pulled me out of the darkness and bewitched me, somehow.

I couldn’t wait to jump his bones… but why was he holding back?
He couldn’t wait to welcome me into his world… but was I ready to question my convictions and acknowledge that my self-inflicted cuts were now healing in record time?

How could I have imagined he was longing for his own unorthodox fairytale to come true? Frantically.

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In the 8th century, an Irish monk/calligrapher named Morgann did the forbidden act of falling in love and going against his pledge of celibacy. But he didn’t just fall in love with any one. He fell in love with a witch. Deirdre, the witch in question, fell in love with Morgann too, and together they worked on a book of spells that was coveted by the very people who tried to kill them. But before their demise, Deirdre placed a curse on them that would allow their souls to travel across time, occupying different bodies in order to meet each other again one day. True soul mates. Now in the present time, Virgil, the host body for Morgann’s soul, remembers his past life and is in desperate need to find his soul mate so they can finish the book which their past selves couldn’t. But he is aware that the host for Deirdre may not remember her past with him, so he has to find her and push her into remembering or their love may be lost forever.

Rose, a Parisian college graduate comes to Provincetown, Massachusetts to visit her American family and to also get away from a very bad breakup. She had been depressed for a year, practically a zombie, and only found some sort of rush for life when she cut her wrist. Although vacationing with her favorite cousins and aunt seemed like fun, she was afraid that nothing would get her out of her funk. That is until she decided to take a calligraphy class and meet the very tall and awkwardly handsome Virgil. After spending time with him, a fire is ignited inside of her that she has never felt before, and her whole body desires him. She has no explanation for why she wants him so bad, but when Virgil feels the same way about her, he realizes that she must be his soul mate, the host body of Deirdre. Not wanting to rush things, Virgil decides to take things slow and gradually get to know Rose instead of forcing them together because of Morgann and Deirdre. But can he find the courage to tell Rose the truth about them? And if he does, will Rose stick around and believe him about why they are attracted to each other, or will she find the whole thing nuts?

Twice Upon A Time is a true roller coaster ride. Some parts exciting, some parts uncomfortable, but altogether a rush to read. I will say that it took me a while to get into the main plot of the story, because the first half or so is about Rose in Provincetown and then about Rose and Virgil meeting and getting to know each other. I’m not saying that it was necessarily a bad thing, but it kind of frustrated me to know that the real nitty-gritty stuff happened more than midway through. It made me wonder what took so long to get there. Maybe that’s just me since I’m the type of person who likes to know what’s going on before the halfway mark (well except if I’m reading a mystery/suspense/horror), especially in a book about soul mates that triggers romance. I don’t like waiting long before I know that the characters are going to be together. And I don’t like waiting long to find out that my characters are different than they appear (once again except in mystery/horror/suspense). I shouldn’t have to read more than half the book to find out that a character I once thought shy and awkward is actually a killer with a cause…in a plot I would consider a romance! Even though it was a nice and exciting twist that added more depth to the plot, it was a mind blow because there were no innuendos that led up to that crazy character development, and it was kind of just thrown at me. It made me sit up and read it over again, hoping I didn’t read the words wrong. But none of that turned me away from the book. There were a lot of surprises within the plot and between the characters that kept me on edge and made reading enjoyable. I give Twice Upon A Time 4 fangs! I recommend it to the romantics out there who believe in the power of love, reincarnation, and the existence of soul mates.

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The Shifters Seduction by Selena Scott #shifters #Review #romance

 

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Tre Sullivan has never met a woman like Caroline Clifton. In so many ways, she’s everything he’s not. She’s bubbly, effusive, affectionate, filled with wonder, and -oh yeah- she’s not a bear shifter, like him. Tre, along with seven others, has found himself catapulted into a new adventure where their souls are at stake and a demon is haunting their every footstep. Their ne Tre Sullivan has never met a woman like Caroline Clifton. In so many ways, she’s everything he’s not. She’s bubbly, effusive, affectionate, filled with wonder, and -oh yeah- she’s not a bear shifter, like him. Tre, along with seven others, has found himself catapulted into a new adventure where their souls are at stake and a demon is haunting their every footstep. Their newest quasi-ally, the demon’s former right-hand-man, Arturo, is creepy, ornery and not making things any easier for the group.

Tre has told himself a million times that he’d never be good enough for Caroline, that is, until Arturo takes an interest in her himself. Tre finds himself having to rise to the occasion and see if he can make Caroline love him before she falls in love with the evil Arturo.

Torn between two alphas, will Caroline find her true mate, or will she regret the choice she ultimately has to make?

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In book 3 of this series, Tre and his friends continue to battle the demon wanting their souls. Caroline is fighting to get away from her own turbulent past. Tre has never felt that he was good enough for anything, especially Caroline, but when faced with possibly losing her to Arturo, he decides to finally get it together and try to make a play for her. When the demon finally appears Tre has to either submit or fight for what he wants. This story was interesting, but I had a hard time getting in to it. I found some of the storyline incongruent with the overall theme of the story. I especially found it hard to accept that Caroline would be interested in such superficial things like Tinder while they are waiting to fight a demon. Overall it wasn’t bad, but I don’t know if I’ll be looking for the other stories. I rate it 4 Stars. 

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Dirty Filthy Rich Men by Laurelin Paige #boss #Review #alpha

When I met Donovan Kincaid, I knew he was rich. I didn’t know he was filthy. Truth be told, I was only trying to get his best friend to notice me.

I knew poor scholarship girls like me didn’t stand a chance against guys like Weston King and Donovan Kincaid, but I was in love with his world, their world, of parties and sex and power. I knew what I wanted—I knew who I wanted—until one night, their world tried to bite me back and Donovan saved me. He saved me, and then Weston finally noticed me, and I finally learned what it was to be in their world.

And then what it was like to lose it.

Ten years later, I’ve found my way back. Back to their world. Back to him.

This time, I’m ready. I’ve been down this road before, and I know all the dirty, filthy ways Donovan will try and wreck me.

But it’s hard to resist. Especially when I know how much I’ll like it.

From NYT Bestselling author Laurelin Paige, discover a whole new world filled with sex, love, power, romance and dirty, filthy rich men.

Awesome.  Very deep in some spots.  It brought out a few old feelings from when I first started exploring my own sexuality.  It might contain triggers for some folks, so take care to read any warnings before you delve into the dark side of power.  It’s not exactly what you can call a bdsm story, but it definitely has those types of undertones.

The main character is a girl I can relate to on several levels, even though superficially we have nothing in common at all.  The two men involved are both super sexy in completely opposite ways and would both be on my radar for the same reasons she has them on hers.  I really enjoyed reading this and am looking forward to reading more by this author!

As an independent reviewer for Romance Authors that Rock, I give it an easy 4 hearts and really wanted to slide on over to that fifth one, but I try to reserve those for books that make me cry.  This one didn’t quite get there, although once or twice I was close.

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Death has Spoken by J.A. Kingston

“My name is Max. When I was growing up I loved zombies. I played all the zombie games, read all the zombie books, watched all the zombie shows―etc, etc… What I loved most about it was the survival aspect. When your life was constantly on the line, when there were no rules, no government, no anything to tell you what you can’t do―true freedom! You could say I was a tad obsessed. That was until the God of Death declared war on humanity and the dead started walking.”

“This bump in the road forced me to search for new obsessions. I found my new hobby in ruling because what better time to grab power than during a zombie apocalypse? No government, no religion, and no law enforcers. Just a visionary teenager with a machete, and a few loyal friends. I knew how to survive, I’ve had plans for this eventuality for years. Although I never in a million years believed I would need them. I won’t just survive this zombie apocalypse, I’ll thrive.”

Jump into this apocalypse fantasy setting where the God of Death has grown tired of the human race shitting all over nature and declares war on them by raising the dead. Follow Max and his homies as they take over their high school and navigate through this new land of chaos and anarchy. Max uses his skills and knowledge honed from years of being a zombie story lover to build a haven in a world where the dead walk, but not all is good. Certain elements from his own entourage work to undo his bootleg kingdom that he founded in the midst of the fall of society. He must overcome them and not just survive the apocalypse but thrive.

In this book by J.A. Ebonlight, we are given a saga of high schoolers surviving in the midst of a zombie apocalypse…with an unusual setup. Death has decided to test humanity to see if the race should continue by subjecting the world to 100 years of the undead after making everyone on the planet relive their best and worst memories. The story revolves around a group of high schoolers who end up using their alma mater as a base and an unusual student who becomes the leader. How will this group of young adults survive this terrible wrath of Death itself?

            As zombie tales go, I will say that this is definitely a fresh idea for why the undead are coming to life. The title of the work calls this piece a saga, and it is ambitious in its scope and its handling of what can be considered an overly used horror subgenre. One of the things I truly liked was that the book focuses more on the people than the monsters, and has a fairly deep cast of characters. I also liked that besides the unusual start, the book doesn’t get completely unrealistic by throwing in magic and other creatures…it’s a focused setting and universe. (Don’t get me wrong, I like wider universes too if they are set up well…but sometimes it’s nice to stay in one area.) In its best moments the tale hits a combination of “Night of the Living Dead” and Lord of the Flies.

That does mean that the subject matter of the book often gets into disturbing matter that won’t suit all readers.  At times I wondered if the work used violence between students gratuitously. The characters were a little uneven, the story could probably have been refined to certain arcs and have better flow…but my biggest issue is that it just stops. Likely the ending is what is being mostly depicted, but it left too much uncertainty in my mind. All these points stated, this is a work that shows the author’s promise and I would like to see more of his or her work as the years go by.

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Fey Spy by Tiffany Shand #Review #fae #paranormal

Fey,
A World That’s Against Her,
A Mission to Save Her People,
And a Lost Love.

Serafina Valeon fights to save her people by working in the resistance as a spy, in a world where she could be killed for being a fey. Only a scared artifact, the keystone, can help bring freedom to the fey. Sera must risk her life to recover the stone and venture into the mage city of Elmira. She stumbles across her childhood sweetheart, Bastian, who is now a hunter and hunts her people. Sera must find a way to work with Bastian, despite their differences and the forbidden desire between them. Will she be able to recover the artifact without revealing who and what she really is? Will Bastian be able to accept her, or will their love be the doom of her?

Sera is on a mission to go undercover and become one of the enemies. Little did she know who she would have to be working with her husband, Bas. Trying to spy, get the info and artifact to complete the mission, and still keep her emotional distance from Bas will feat, let alone not being discovered.
Bas cant believe after 10 years, Sera is actually alive. Even though they were just kids when they were married and the accident that he thought took her away from him, she shows up out of now where. After years of raging wars, the fragile peacetime is on the verge of war. With Bas and Sera involved for different reasons and on different sides, can they keep their feelings at bay while fighting for what they believe in?
Excellent read. I absolutely loved this book. The author has a great style of writing that kept glued until the very end. Sera’s strength and determination was one of my favorite characters and how Bas never gave up on her. I am looking forward to the next book when its released. I gave this a five-star read.

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Bette, Unscripted by JB Trepagnier #Review

A damaged former child star

“Thank God, it hasn’t affected my looks,” she said as she lined her eyes. Bette Poole, once the biggest child star in the world, is struggling at twenty five. She’s got the talent for adult roles, but none of the drive. She can’t function without cocaine, booze, and opiates and it’s affecting her performance on set.

Layers of secrets and psychological damage

Jerry, her agent, makes one last attempt to help her by getting her on a reality TV show. Bette’s studio executive father doesn’t want to help, but pulls the plug on the first day of shooting. Jerry inserts himself into her life, moving into her apartment to get her sober and working. It’s worse than Jerry thought. Bette has secrets upon secrets. Secrets that could bring down half of Hollywood and involve Jerry directly. He just needs her to trust him and talk, unscripted, so he can bring down everyone who has hurt her

This book is a standalone drama and ends in an HEA. On the surface, Bette looks like a typical actress, once a child star. She is a problem on set and is addicted to drugs and alcohol. Once her manager, Jerry decides that enough is enough, he takes her to her apartment and tries to force her to clean herself up. As Jerry and Bette fight with each other, so many ugly truths are revealed and Bette becomes a tragedy. Her behavior is now understood and Jerry utilizes his own family to help.

>The story was well written if a bit slow during the “get to know Bette” section with Jerry. I found it hard to believe that Bette was able to detox without professional help since her issues were ongoing for years. The backstory of Bette’s birth and childhood was horrific and hard to fathom. Her adoptive parents, Damian and Kat really seemed to have no redeeming qualities. Kat has a redemption, but I am not sure she really deserved one.
>Dante is an important character in helping Bette to develop a normal relationship. His backstory would have been nice to have. His character as presented seems too good to be true. The story as a whole shows the disgusting underbelly of Hollywood.
>I voluntarily read and reviewed this advanced copy of the book from Romance Authors that Rock. All thoughts and opinions are my own. This book is appropriate for an adult audience. I am giving this book 4 stars. The story was compelling, but the cover of the book is terrible. A cover with a bit of innocence overcome by darkness would have been better than the insanity portrayed on the cover.

Damaged by Pamela Callow #Review

How far are you willing to go to forget your past?

Haunted by the death of her sister and wounded by her ex-fiancé’s accusations, Kate Lange throws herself into her new career at a high-powered law firm.

When the grandmother of a lonely private school student seeks her counsel, Kate thinks it’s just another custody case. But then the teen is brutally murdered. And it isn’t only Kate who wonders if her legal advice led to the girl’s death.

How far are you willing to go to redeem yourself?

Put on notice by Randall Barrett, the firm’s charismatic managing partner, Kate must fight for her career, for her reputation – and for redemption.

Unwilling to live with the damage she may have caused, Kate pursues the case on her own and unearths some chilling facts.

Facts that lead straight to the heart of a legal conspiracy.

Facts that lead Kate directly into the surgically skilled hands of the Body Butcher.

The first book in the Kate Lange legal thriller series. A Levy “Need to Read” pick with Top Ten Bestseller display. Now under option for television development.

Rating: 5 out of 5 Hearts

Review: Attorney Kate Lange, in the midst of trying to prove herself to her new law firm so she can get off probation and be hired permanently, discovers that the “fluffy” family law case she’s given is anything but. The young woman, for whom her grandmother is seeking custody, is found murdered and dismembered and that sends Kate down a rabbit hole of street kids, murder cops, and body part trafficking that may end up more deadly than it first appears.

Reminiscent of the novels by John Grisham, this fast-paced legal thriller caught my attention quickly and did not let go for the entirety of the book. Set in Nova Scotia, there was some terminology that was not familiar to me, and I’m certainly not familiar with the law, regardless of the country. However, I have read enough legal thrillers that I was able to understand based on context. Like many other novels in this genre, the attorney ends up running into the police investigation by doing her own leg work and I’m not sure what would happen to an attorney in that instance in a real-life investigation. However, it does make for a thrilling story, so I’m willing to give the author (and others like her) poetic license. Kate seemed a little whiny in the beginning of the book, but her character grew on me, and I can’t wait to see what happens next in her life.

I am also a big fan of romance novels, so the only thing I really didn’t like about the book is the sort-of romance qualities presented. I would have love to have seen the romance aspects more fully developed or left out of the novel all together. Beyond that, it was a solidly-told story with strong characters and plot development. Due to the grisly nature of the murders presented, I would recommend it to mature readers 16+.

Reviewed by HR Duby for Romance Authors that Rock

 

Fall of Sky City by S.M. Blooding

Book 1 of the Devices of War Trilogy

In a world governed by the opposing forces of the mystical House of Tarot and the tribal Great Families, Synn is caught in the crossfire. He witnesses the slaughter of innocent people, and the devastating murder of his father. This act awakens his Mark of power, a Mark greater than any the world has seen in a very long time.

Queen Nix thought she won a great prize when she destroyed Synn’s father, the leader of the strongest Great Families. She had no idea she’d be doubly blessed by capturing his son. However, before Synn can become her treasured weapon, before she can use him to bring the rest of the world to its knees, she must break him and bind his soul to hers.

She does her job with brutal brilliance. Synn’s mind is broken and his soul is seared to hers in an unbreakable bond.

That doesn’t stop him from wanting to be free. She may have broken his mind and claimed his soul, but he will find a way to destroy her.

Experience a world of ships that sail the clouds and cites buried beneath the ocean, and survive the fiery battle brought forth by those who control the forces of nature!

This book is the 1st in the Devices of War trilogy and introduces the characters and the plot. This book has a lot of rich description. The different groups or families live in sync with animals and depend upon each other to survive. Some of the people are more comfortable in the air, some land and some water. The descriptions of the strange creatures are interesting, especially how they interact with each other.

>The conflict in the story comes from a group of people who sound a bit like the Nazis. They are purging anyone they don’t deem pure, in this case, with a mark on their bodies showing they have some kind of extra ability. This group is run by the evil queen Nix. Her city, Sky City, is a technological marvel, but anyone in the city is nothing more than a prisoner.
>Synn is a 17 year old captured by Queen Nix. He is both tortured and sexually assaulted, repeatedly, by Nix. Up until Synn admits what was done to him, the story was totally YA. After Synn recalls in flashback the queen assaulting him, the book turns to adult. I was confused as to the audience the book is trying to cater to.
>The action in the book is fast moving and the characters are interesting. Synn and his friends are all different types of people and learn to work together to accomplish good. There seems to be the hint of a love interest between Synn and Keeley, but it doesn’t go anywhere. This book is trying to be appropriate for a young adult audience, but it is more for an adult audience. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book from Romance Authors that Rock. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I am giving this story 4 stars.

Besotted ( Chaos Factor) by Ella Clouse

Tamsyn’s attraction to Slade is deep, but is love worth the price of dreams?

A trailblazer, Tamsyn Bradford graduated as Royal Academy’s first female alumni, with the fighting skills and cunning fitting a member of Her Majesty’s Secret Service. Selected to teach at an elite school for female spies, Tamsyn attends a friend’s class party only to fall into the lap of temptation that is Prince Slade Faust. Will a drunken night of passion ruin her career forever? Before we can find out, an evil scientist steps in and abducts Tamsyn, sending Slade and Tamsyn’s group of friends on a hunt to save her very life.

Following the short stories Unequited and Requited, Elle Clouse’s Besotted is a fun Steampunk action and romantic adventure novella.

Rating: 4 out of 5 Hearts

 

Review: The Steampunk genre is one that I have to be in the mood for, and bad steampunk can leave me not in the mood for it for an extremely long time. Thankfully, I was both in the mood to read a steampunk novel and this novel did not leave me with a bad taste in my mouth. For those who might be unaware, Steampunk refers to a genre wherein the story is typically set in 19th century England or in the American Wild West and uses the technology available to the people of that time, but that makes use of technological marvels that we might see today. In this particular novel, the setting is Lunden and the story centers at a reunion party for those who have graduated from the Academy, one of whom is Tamsyn Bradford, one of the few women who have graduated from the Academy and a woman who has become the hero to many other young women in the kingdom. The book was an extremely fast read; just about the time I really got into it, it was done, so I would more label this a novella or a long short story more than a novel. However, the author has done an admirable job of telling a tight story within the confines of the short work. What I did not enjoy was the fact that it definitely seems like this is a continuation of another story and I felt like I was missing some of the important details. Regardless, it pulled me in enough that I have already downloaded another of the short stories in the series and I am very interested to see what happens with these characters, particularly with Slade and Tamsyn. While sex and violence are alluded to, it all happens off-stage, so I would feel comfortable recommending the book to any fan of the steampunk genre who also likes elements of romance.

 

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Kiss of Moonlight by Stephanie Julian #Review #shifter

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Plagued by nightmares. Stalked by kidnappers. Tamra McMillan needs a safe haven. When tattooed bad-ass Kyle Rossini steps into her life, the last thing she expects to find is a sanctuary from her demons in his arms. In fact, everything about him screams danger. But appearances can be deceiving. The tender possessiveness of his touch, the hunger in his eyes, the scorching sensuality of his kiss… He wants to brand her as his for life.

Etruscan werewolf Kyle is a loner. The king’s assassin with a killer’s instincts. The last thing he needs is a mate who could be placed in danger because of him. Until he meets the one woman who needs him more than he needs his solitude. When Tamra, battered but not broken, stumbles into his world and tumbles into his bed, she captures his heart. And nothing—not kidnappers or visions of his possible death—will keep him from her.

Tamara is looking for somewhere secluded to hide away from the world after a vicious attack. She finds comfort in talking to a wolf pup and later adult make wolf, not realizing that there is more to these two then meets the eye. She’s horrified to learn that she has been sharing her darkest secrets with a teenage girl and her father, who live next door. Kyle has never been interested in anyone enough to give up his life as the Kings assassin and his bachelor ways, but he is instantly attracted to Tam. When he learns that someone is after Tam, he instantly wants to protect her, even if it goes against centuries of training and might expose all that he holds dear. This was a very interesting story, but there were several points that I felt that the sub-plots distracted from the core story. It definitely didn’t read as a Book 1 of a series as I felt that I was missing some backstory. I did find all characters to be interesting and it made me want to read further storylines. Two drawbacks: Tamara’s attack was discussed several times as it shaped her character, but no details were ever really given. There were some editing issues that were drawbacks from the story. I rate this book 4.5 Stars. 

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King from the Sky by Summer Cooper #scifi #alien #romance

Meet the new King of Zuha, Alex Darkon.

Alex only cares about his secret mission on Earth.

Not being the king!

And certainly not finding a mate…

Until his life was saved by Emily – a curvy, beautiful and sweet woman – during a mission!

He wants her, she is the only one who is fit to be his queen.

But now she is in danger, because of him…

Meet Emily Dyson, a veterinarian and animal lover.

Emily’s life had been somewhat uninteresting, until she found an injured stranger shifting back and forth from man to lion.

She should have run for her life.

If only she could have let the lion die.

If only she could have let that sexy and gorgeous man die right in front of her.

Now, she has aided an alien and there are bound to be consequences…

Story contains mature language and themes, intended for adults only!
Bonus stories included in this copy!

Emily has always been a bit of a homebody. She never really cared about dating or socializing excepting for occasionally meeting up with her girlfriends. Her love has always been animals and her veterinary hospital. She never would have thought that helping someone would change her entire life.
Alex is on a mission that must be completed when his shot and runs into someone he never thought he would, his mate and she would save his life. In turn, he has now put his mission in jeopardy but also her life.
King From The Sky was a good story. I liked the creativity of the story, a twist on a paranormal romance. Ant beat a heroine who is not only brave, but has the courage to stand by what she wants. The writing was way too descriptive. I could glance at paragraphs and be able to skip over them without missing anything. It made it hard to read at times, but all in all I liked the read. I gave the one three stars.

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