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Friday, April 18, 2014

When He Was Bad- Review, part 2!

Wicked Ways, by Cynthia Eden.

The SECOND story in When he Was Bad, by Shelly Laurenston and Cynthia Eden.

I have no words…Wicked Ways is just Hot, Hot, HOT!!!! I can’t even gush, I’m still fanning myself! Shew! LOVED it!!! Highly, HIGHLY recommend! I feel like I’m just repeating myself…

Ok, so Cain is…Spectacular, awesome, fantastic…all of the above? He is a great character, and I absolutely ADORE cat shifters. It doesn’t get any better than that for me. He is everything a cat shifter should be! Hot, Fierce, loyal, and did I mention hot? Right, back to what I was saying, living out on the boondocks is starting to look better and better!

Then we have Miranda, I sort of pictured her as a mousy kindergarten teacher with a kind voice, and a tiny fragile appearance, but boy, the girl can be fierce!

There’s a scene where she slaps Cain in hopes of getting the vampires attention, and man did she rock it! She starts out slow in the beginning with the ‘vampires aren’t real’ hyperventilating and full on melt down, but she quickly earns your attention once she goes up against Cain and his temper tantrum.

Those two are absolutely perfect for each other…they have better chemistry than any character I’ve seen so far! I seriously wish this story wasn’t a novella, I believe those two could’ve gone a lot further than the story allowed. I’ll definitely be on the lookout for them in future installments.

Highly recommend! I think I said that already…

All in All, I really enjoyed both of these stories!!!

Thursday, April 17, 2014

When He Was Bad...he was better than ever. -Review!

This time I’m reviewing ‘When He Was Bad’ by Shelly Laurenston and Cynthia Eden, which are BOTH on my top ten list of authors to watch for!

As it’s a two part book, this will be a two part review. The first being ‘Miss Congeniality’ by Shelly Laurenston, the second being ‘Wicked Ways’ by Cynthia Eden.

Miss Congeniality- by Shelly Laurenston.

Typically I go on and on about how much I love a story, let’s face it, I LOVE books, it isn’t that difficult to please me if the plot is decent and the characters are charming. But this time, in honor of Irene Cornridge (Main character) I’m not going to do that. I don’t feel like her witty genius would approve such drooling enthusiastic antics (Even if I really REALLY want to!). Unfortunately I’m not nearly as smart as her and have no concept of the Chaos Theory, much like her mate Van Holtz, and so I’m not able to use all the big words she no doubt would’ve used to put me and my pitiful review to shame.

However! I hope she would be pleased to at least know that I spent my Thursday night thoroughly enjoying her amusing dry wit. She was absolutely lovely! As someone who often finds herself unable to handle social situations, and always thinking about all the work I COULD instead be accomplishing, I found her complaining to be endearing. She wasn’t like any character I’ve read so far, and that is always a big accomplishment! I read a lot, so I get used to a certain type of female lead, especially ones in shifter novels, but this one! Irene is absolutely beautiful!!! She was funny in her own way, even when no one else understood her jokes, and her brutal honesty was so refreshing, you never had to guess if she was playing games. She didn’t mess around, she said everything that came to mind, and taught you a thing or two while she did!

Not to be outdone, she has a mate, (Van Holtz) that simply refuses to be put off by what others deem to be her ‘cold demeanor’ She isn’t cold, not by a long shot! She’s clinical, but then when you’ve been kidnapped by government agents at the tender age of twelve for being too smart, who wouldn’t be?!

All in all, without giving too much away, I’ve got to say, as a novella the story was great! Typically with novella’s you can feel when they’re rushed for word count, but I kept forgetting this one wasn’t a full book. All the bases were covered! I would highly recommend this to anyone who loves a good action romance, as well as dry witty humor. If you’ve ever felt like a freak, or if you simply want to know how the other side (Smart and rich) lives, then definitely check it out!!!

Awesome read!!! Thank you, 1984! Oh and the fabulous author, Shelly Laurenston too…obviously! 

Friday, August 23, 2013

Our First Giveaway!!!! Enter to win an uncorrected copy of Cowboy Justice, by Melissa Cutler!

From the back cover:

Transforming their parents’ rundown ranch in Catcher Creek, New Mexico, into a tourist destination is the toughest challenge the three Sorentino sisters ever faced. But now one of them has another fight on her hands—to keep from falling for the sexy town sheriff—again…

Rachel Sorentino has spent her whole life protecting her siblings from trouble—only to run headlong into it herself. Her first regret about shooting at the vandals targeting her family is that her aim wasn’t better. Her second is that when bullets started flying, it was Sheriff Vaughn Cooper’s number she dialed. Vaughn is the mistake she keeps on making, a cowboy lawman who cuts through Rachel’s surface bravado to the vulnerability no one else sees. And no matter how inconvenient their attraction—for his career, her tangled case, and their already battered hearts—there’s no denying what feels so irresistibly right…

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Melissa Cutler is a Southern California native living in beautiful San Diego with her husband, two children, and a nervous Siamese cat. She spent her teenage years on the floor of her local bookstore's romance aisle, making tough choices about which novels to buy with the measly paycheck from her filing clerk job. Her love for happily-ever-after stories continued into adulthood, and in 2008, she decided to take her romance novel devotion to the next level by penning one herself. She now divides her time between her dual passions for writing sexy cowboy contemporaries and edge-of-your-seat romantic suspense.

Praise for Melissa Cutler's The Trouble With Cowboys-

"One hot romance from start to finish." --Carolyn Brown

"Cutler grabs readers from the first page. . .one fun, passionate romp." --RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars

"Sexy, savvy stuff!" –Susan Andersen

~A big thanks to Kensington!~