Eros Element is the first novel in a new series by Celicia Dominic. With hints of historical fiction, fantasy and romance, Dominic takes readers on a journey to discover a new powerful element hidden in the ether. Read the review today.
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Bound by Duty seemed to take me forever to read. I have admitted before that audiobooks tend to take me awhile because of my short commute, but I think there was something more at play with this one than just my short commute.
Bound by Prophecy book 3 in the Bound series by Stormy Smith available now! Synopsis: Amelia Bradbury is finally free from Queen Julia and Cresthaven, but she isn’t safe yet. The Keeper power runs rampant inside her and it will take an ultimate act of selflessness to contain the darkness that threatens Amelia’s sanity and the future of the Immortal race. Aidan Montgomery refuses to give up on Amelia. Once she’s rescued from the Keeper’s hold, he intends to prove his love is more than a side effect of the prophecy, even if doing so leads him away from his pack and on a journey that will irrevocably change them both. When the past and the present collide and the shocking origin of the Immortals is revealed, Amelia and Aidan are forced back to Cresthaven to end a war that never should have started. Add on GoodReads Purchase on Amazon | Purchase on B&N | Purchase on iBooks | Purchase on Kobo Bound by Prophecy was recommended by Serena Chase at USA Today’s Happy Ever After Blog! From Serena’s Review: With dissent in the ranks, unknown friends hiding among enemies, strange new clues to decode and an unexpected layer of […]
The Finish by Jade Eby packs an emotional punch. It is not an easy read. Domestic violence and the motivations of the abused are front and center for over 400 pages. It was hard not to scream at Tawny as I flipped the pages of The Finish while at the same time empathizing with her need to stay, her need to make things right, her need to fix him. We’ve all been in situations like that even if we have not been the victims of domestic violence. And that is what makes The Finish so assessable, so finish-able. There’s something in Tawny’s struggle to find herself amid all the hurt that is a reflection of the reader’s own experiences. Do not doubt the warning on this book, “For mature audience only.” Jade holds nothing back as she moves through Tawny’s story. If you do start reading, be prepared for a roller coaster of emotions. I’m almost certain that you’ll be in need of some sunshine, unicorns and load of cotton candy when you are finished. The Quick Review book review finish eby Twitter 7 Facebook 0 Google+ 0 Pinterest 0 StumbleUpon 0