Mar 31, 2013

Fool For Books Giveaway Hop

Happy April Fools Day! Or not so happy, depending on how gullible you are. It takes a special kind of person to pull off an epic prank, to fool people, and while I'm not one of them, I've recently met someone who is.

Dante Walker. You know, the guy who makes good girls bad

Don't get me wrong, he's not all bad, but Dante can wrap you around his finger in two seconds flat and have you puddled at his feet, believing anything he feeds you.

Appropriate for this day, so as part of the Fool For Books Giveaway Hop, I will be giving away a copy of Victoria Scott's The Collector.

He makes good girls...bad. 

Dante Walker is flippin’ awesome, and he knows it. His good looks, killer charm, and stellar confidence have made him one of hell’s best—a soul collector. His job is simple: weed through humanity and label those round rears with a big red good or bad stamp. Old Saint Nick gets the good guys, and he gets the fun ones. Bag-and-tag.

Sealing souls is nothing personal. Dante’s an equal-opportunity collector and doesn't want it any other way. But he’ll have to adjust, because Boss Man has given him a new assignment:

Collect Charlie Cooper’s soul within ten days.

Dante doesn't know why Boss Man wants Charlie, nor does he care. This assignment means only one thing to him, and that’s a permanent ticket out of hell. But after Dante meets the quirky Nerd Alert chick he’s come to collect, he realizes this assignment will test his abilities as a collector…and uncover emotions deeply buried.

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Mar 30, 2013

Review: The Torturer's Daughter

When her best friend Heather calls in the middle of the night, Becca assumes it's the usual drama. Wrong. Heather's parents have been arrested as dissidents - and Becca's mother, the dystopian regime's most infamous torturer, has already executed them for their crimes against the state.

To stop Heather from getting herself killed trying to prove her parents' innocence, Becca hunts for proof of their guilt. She doesn't expect to find evidence that leaves her questioning everything she thought she knew about the dissidents... and about her mother.

When she risks her life to save a dissident, she learns her mother isn't the only one with secrets - and the plot she uncovers will threaten the lives of the people she loves most. For Becca, it's no longer just a choice between risking execution and ignoring the regime's crimes; she has to decide whose life to save and whose to sacrifice.

It's easy to be a hero when you can save the world, but what about when all you can do is choose how you live in it? THE TORTURER'S DAUGHTER is a story about ordinary teenage life amidst the realities of living under an oppressive regime... and the extraordinary courage it takes to do what's right in a world gone wrong.



A person who opposes official policy, especially that of an authoritarian state.

Could you imagine living in a place where any little word, any little ill-percieved action could get you thrown in a cell? Executed, even? That's the kind of place Becca lives in, although the brutal truths have been hidden from her under the protection and respect of her mother, a women who takes the lead in the interrogation and torture of "dissidents."

When her best friend, Heather, is taken in due to the actions of her parents, Becca's perspective towards the world they live in begin to change. She begins to ask questions that verge on dangerous, and Heather becomes a total stranger, leaving Becca to wonder if there is anyone left she can trust. 

Becca faces some tough decisions, forced to choose between her beliefs and the love she's alway had for her family. 
I will not be someone who abandons my principles as soon as they become inconvenient. I will not be someone who says that certain things have to be done... as long as somebody else does them.
Becca is the focus here, and I really loved the way we saw her change, grow, and morph into ideas she didn't even know she could possess. Getting to know her and connecting to her was effortless. The side characters, such as Heather and Jake, were a little more difficult to relate to. I wish I had known Heather before the incident that took away her parents, because I had a hard time believing Becca when she gave us some insight into who Heather used to be. And Jake... well, I felt bad for the guy, but other than that, I wasn't too worried or concerned about him.

I did feel enveloped in the world that Cannon created, but what caused all this authoritarianism? Maybe I'm just a reader who likes to know everything, but I caught myself wondering how the "oppressive regime" came to be. Other than that, Cannon is very descriptive of the world she's built, drawing us into it and making us see it for what it is.

I really enjoyed Zoe Cannon's dystopian story. The writing style was fluid and easy to follow and the situations that the author sets up for her characters are believable, creating genuine conflict and emotions.

Recommend :)

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Mar 28, 2013

Guest Post

Beneath Erynn's petite build, curly red hair, and startling blue eyes, lies a deeply hidden secret.If the truth about her were revealed, her life would be in danger. Her dream to be a fighter pilot would tailspin,crash, and burst into flames.

Jaer's wise brown eyes reflect his smoldering strength. An enigma, charismatic and moody, he is a physically powerful warrior who defends his world. A warrior afraid to love because of mistakes in his past.

When the presence of a marauding alien society is discovered on their planets, a struggle of life and death begins. Both Erynn and Jaer's worlds face annihilation.

A mysterious force plunges Erynn into Jaer's cold, dangerous, and beautiful world with its magical essence and living consciousness. Both the alien enemy and this strange inexplicable power purse Erynn.

Newly commissioned Interceptor fighter pilot, Erynn Yager, knows sacrifice. Her battle against a brutal alien enemy intent on destroying her two worlds set her on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment, all while struggling to gain control of her secret abilities. With the alien threat crushed, Erynn believes the worst is behind her. She settles in to experience first love and a changed life on a hidden military base deep inside a glacier covered mountain on Arranon.

Her peaceful existence can’t last. 

Dhoran, the evil sovereign of Arranon’s underworld has risen from the dead to possess an unwilling human. Dhoran’s powers grow while he plots a war that may plunge Arranon onto a path of destruction neither realm will survive. Arranon is pulled into chaos as violence spreads across the planet.

Drawn first in visions, Erynn enters a diverse world beneath Arranon’s surface, a realm teeming with danger, mystery, and beauty. The battle thrusts her into an uncharted kingdom, intensifying her connection to the heart and soul of the living Arranon.

Today, I'd like to welcome R E Sheahan, author of Storm of Arranon and Fire and Ice, and Jaer, our hero, to the blog. Jaer sounds pretty determined, probably verging on stubborn, and from what I can tell he's courageous and has a big heart he'd like nothing more than to keep hidden. Sounds like someone you'd like to get to know? I thought so...

Meet Jaer, everyone:

Hello. My name is Jaer.

Just Jaer.

I live according to the ancient ways and am one of the few on Arranon that speak the early language of our forefathers. I am above average in height with a body conditioned by years of hard physical training. My hair is dark, almost black, worn long, and clasped at the back of my neck in the time-honored manner. I wear the traditional uniform of the Anbas Warriors—a thick black tunic, heavy quilted pants, and tall boots.

Yes, I tend to stand out in a crowd.

I prefer Arranon’s cold, unforgiving environment to the warm, temperate climate of Korin. I am at home in snowy mountain forests with the wild and dangerous animals that inhabit those deep woods.

I will admit I was reluctant to leave my home world of Arranon on a mission to Korin. But I was hopeful that our time in the city with all those people would be short.

We had a clear objective—to establish an alliance with Korin’s military, and to build up defenses against an imminent alien invasion of our two worlds.

Well, there was one additional purpose—to ensure the protection and destiny of a girl. A child born with remarkable abilities.

I chuckle as I remember my first encounter with this girl. Erynn Yager was young yes, but not a child. And she was already an accomplished Interceptor fighter pilot. I stood behind her, my two companions and new allies beside me. In the dim glow of the bar’s low lights, the mirror over the polished counter reflected the striking features of a young woman. Fiery red curls cascaded over her shoulders and down her back, framing her face and accentuating her fair complexion. But it was her ice blue eyes that pierced my soul as she stared back at us.

This was going to get complicated.

I had vowed never to get . . . involved, or to fall in love. There is, or was a good reason for my decision at the time I made this oath. Instead, I focused my life on being an Anbas Warrior. So much so, I became the youngest Fayn, [leader], of the Anbas in recorded history. My resolve to stay distant and detached slipped a bit at Erynn’s first touch. It was . . . electrifying.

For a while, there was little time to think about my unfamiliar and growing passion toward Erynn. We were on the run from an alien enemy intent on taking Erynn away from me—from us—leaving my main concern her safety. I took my duty regarding Erynn’s protection personally. She, in turn, made this task . . . difficult, the definition of difficult here being an understatement. I resisted my reckless emotions, sure that Erynn could never love someone like me, nor should she. Poor judgments from my past have left me less than untainted.

But one night something happened. The barriers Erynn and I had built between us crumbled. My heart took control, leading my actions. Our souls met, our lips touched, and I knew my life would never be the same.

Now we only had to survive a war against a technically advanced alien enemy with unlimited resources and absolutely no principles.

Hmmm. Sounds like a fair fight.

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Review: The Edge of Never by J.A. Redmerski

Sometimes life takes you off course . . .


Twenty-year-old Camryn Bennett thought she knew exactly where her life was going. But after a wild night at the hottest club in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina, she shocks everyone-including herself-when she decides to leave the only life she's ever known and set out on her own. Grabbing her purse and her cell phone, Camryn boards a Greyhound bus ready to find herself. Instead, she finds Andrew Parrish.

Sexy and exciting, Andrew lives life like there is no tomorrow. He persuades Camryn to do things she never thought she would and shows her how to give in to her deepest, most forbidden desires. Soon he becomes the center of her daring new life, pulling love and lust and emotion out of her in ways she never imagined possible. But there is more to Andrew than Camryn realizes. Will his secret push them inseparably together-or destroy them forever?

I knew I loved J.A. Redmerski when she came out with The Mayfair Moon, but wow did she blow my mind with The Edge of Never. 

Camryn's life isn't exactly in shambles ~ because she doesn't let it fall apart ~ but the pain of what she's been through is enough to knock anyone flat on their ass. Instead of letting the hurt consume her, Camryn shuts it off, not allowing herself to feel anything except the oppressing lack of living, a trap that she's allowed herself to fall in to. 
Pain hurts, but pain that's so powerful that you can't feel anything anymore, that's when you start to feel like you're going crazy.
She's had this dream to travel, to see the world, but after everything, it feels impossible to even know where to start. Until one night, Camryn, in her long streak of bad luck, gets pushed over the edge.
That was when I realized that everything I did from that point on produced the same results: This is your life, Camryn Bennet. This is your life.
She jumps ship, pushing everything conventional to where it belongs: far away from anywhere she is. The bus station is her savior, and the next step to that life she thought she could never reach.

Andrew Parrish. Mm. Mm. Mm. He's got a dirty mouth and a special way of looking at the world. As much as she'd like to admit otherwise, Camryn is drawn to him, to his green eyes and pretty smile, to his spontaneity and mischievous ways.
I can't even believe I let myself get comfortable with him and as a result I'm no longer able to make fear my bitch.
He brings her out of herself, and for the first time, Camryn can see who she truly is.

This book is incredibly beautiful. It makes you want to live life, every moment, to the fullest. What I loved most was the truth of it, how real everything was. You know when you're watching a movie, and people wake up in the morning and immediately kiss like there's no such thing as morning breath? Or how the girl always wakes up with perfectly applied makeup and silky smooth hair? Psh. Not in this book. It is so refreshing to witness all the imperfections and the little embarrassing moments that make us all human. Redmerski builds real characters with traits that we can all relate to and that make the emotions we feel with the characters all the more beautiful.

Camryn and Andrew's relationship is unique. They surprise themselves, bringing out the best in each other and making each other face those things that pushed them to run in the first place. And Andrew... He broke my heart, made me cry, and had me praying that the little secret he'd been hiding never reached its full potential. That little tidbit made me feel like I'd been thrown against a wall, disorienting me to the point that I couldn't (or didn't want to) see or think straight.

Love, love, love the writing style. Redmerski creates hilarious and blunt dialogue between the two main characters, and the two voices of Camryn and Andrew are superbly written. I'm a huge fan of dual point-of-view, especially when the author can create two distinctly different voices, something I'm sure is extremely difficult, but Redmerski pulls it off with ease. And the story itself just flows, moving and gaining momentum that covers all the bases and leaves nothing to be desired.

The Edge of Never is real, raw, and genuine to the core. The journey that Redmerski leads you through is the reason why we all love reading in the first place. She makes us feel, effortlessly allows us to fall in love, pushes us over the edge until we cry, and gets us laughing out loud.

My absolute favorite book of this year. Highly, highly, highly recommend.


J.A. Redmerski, New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of THE EDGE OF NEVER lives in North Little Rock, Arkansas with her three children and a Maltese. She is a lover of television and books that push boundaries and is a huge fan of AMC's The Walking Dead.

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Mar 26, 2013

Tuesday Prelude

Tuesday Prelude is a weekly meme inspired by Should Be Reading's Teaser Tuesday. Since I could never stick to just two lines, I decided to amp up this post to give you a little more of an in depth look into my current read.

This week's tease:

Sometimes life takes you off course . . .


Twenty-year-old Camryn Bennett thought she knew exactly where her life was going. But after a wild night at the hottest club in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina, she shocks everyone-including herself-when she decides to leave the only life she's ever known and set out on her own. Grabbing her purse and her cell phone, Camryn boards a Greyhound bus ready to find herself. Instead, she finds Andrew Parrish.

Sexy and exciting, Andrew lives life like there is no tomorrow. He persuades Camryn to do things she never thought she would and shows her how to give in to her deepest, most forbidden desires. Soon he becomes the center of her daring new life, pulling love and lust and emotion out of her in ways she never imagined possible. But there is more to Andrew than Camryn realizes. Will his secret push them inseparably together-or destroy them forever?

Andrew Parrish. Holy wow. He's one of those characters that you wish, with all your might, truly existed. He's carefree, spontaneous, hilarious, and unpredictable.
"Live in the moment," he says as if making a serious point, "where everything is just right, take your time and limit your bad memories and you'll get wherever it is you're going a lot faster and with less bumps in the road along the way."
He's romantic, in his own way, and he sees things in the simplest and purest of ways, luring Camryn out of the hole she's hidden herself in.
"I don't think you ever really fall out of love with someone," I say and see a flicker of thought move through her eyes. "I think when you fall in love, like true love, it's love for life. All the rest is just experience and delusions."
But for all his laughs and mischievous grins, Andrew has this other, darker side to him that's just as afraid as Camryn.
"It's better to shun emotion than to fall for it and let it make you its bitch - and since nothing lasts forever, in the end everything that was once good, always hurts like hell."
What's happened to him to make him think as such? Camryn's told him her reasons, but she comes to realize that Andrew can be more closed off than she ever was.


Happy Reading Everyone :)

Mar 23, 2013

Stacking the Shelves

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga's Reviews in which we showcase new additions to our shelves.

This week's haul:

Sometimes life takes you off course . . .


Twenty-year-old Camryn Bennett thought she knew exactly where her life was going. But after a wild night at the hottest club in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina, she shocks everyone-including herself-when she decides to leave the only life she's ever known and set out on her own. Grabbing her purse and her cell phone, Camryn boards a Greyhound bus ready to find herself. Instead, she finds Andrew Parrish.

Sexy and exciting, Andrew lives life like there is no tomorrow. He persuades Camryn to do things she never thought she would and shows her how to give in to her deepest, most forbidden desires. Soon he becomes the center of her daring new life, pulling love and lust and emotion out of her in ways she never imagined possible. But there is more to Andrew than Camryn realizes. Will his secret push them inseparably together-or destroy them forever?

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Grace Lynn Stevenson is an eighteen year old girl who recently moved with her wealthy, but busy parents to a new city. She's popular, pretty and rich - what more could a girl want? But deep down, she's sad, lonely and plagued by nightmares. 

When she meets Sebastian Caldwood at her new private school, she's inexplicably drawn to him and his strange tattoos. Sebastian always gets what he wants - he simply has to wish it; but he's fighting his own inner demons, and struggling to remember a past that eludes him. When he remembers that he is much older than he looks, he realizes that he's seen many people live and die, including Grace. 

Once Sebastian realizes his true nature and finds what he has been searching for the past hundreds of years, he also realizes that it is now up to him to protect Grace from the dangers that have plagued them throughout eternity.

What do the gods do when they’re bored? Because they’re always bored, and humans are the perfect players in their games.

Aphrodite owns love; she hasn’t lost a competition on her turf in over three millennia. Apollo is on a mission to win, he’s counting on it to finally get the one woman he’s never been able to have. The two gods will choose their players and if Dita can’t get them together before the clock runs out, Apollo will get his way. And Dita couldn’t have that.

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Another $0.99 keeper :)

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Mar 20, 2013

Waiting on Wednesday

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Breaking the Spine in which we spotlight upcoming new releases that are making us overly anxious to get our bibliophilic little hands on.

This week's anticipation:

Sookie Stackhouse has one last adventure in store.

Life has taken her from a waitress in Merlotte’s Bar, Bon Temps, to part owner; from social outcast to the heart of her community; from a vampire’s girlfriend to the wife of one of the most powerful vampires in the state. She has survived earthquakes, revolutions and attempts on her life. Sookie has endured betrayal, heartbreak and grief . . . and she has emerged a little stronger, and little wiser, every time.

But with life comes new trials . . .

The question is, in the end: who will love, who will live, and who will be dead ever after?

Sookie finds it easy to turn down the request of former barmaid Arlene
when she wants her job back at Merlotte’s. After all, Arlene tried to have
Sookie killed. But her relationship with Eric Northman is not so clearcut.
He and his vampires are keeping their distance…and a cold silence.
And when Sookie learns the reason why, she is devastated.
Then a shocking murder rocks Bon Temps, and Sookie is arrested for
the crime.
But the evidence against Sookie is weak, and she makes bail. Investigating
the killing, she’ll learn that what passes for truth in Bon Temps is only a
convenient lie. What passes for justice is more spilled blood. And what
passes for love is never enough...
Release Date: May 7th

The last Sookie Stackhouse novel.. She's had a long run, and most would say she's outlived her story, but as an avid fan, I'm a little sad to see her reach her end. It will be a bittersweet day when I turn that last page.... *sigh*


What are you waiting for?

Happy Reading Everyone :)

Mar 19, 2013

Tuesday Prelude

To most people, Fiona Bristow seems to have an idyllic life-a quaint house on an island off Seattle's coast, a thriving dog-training school, and a challenging volunteer job performing canine search and rescues. Not to mention her three intensely loyal Labs. But Fiona got to this point by surviving a nightmare...

Several years ago, Fiona was the only survivor of the Red Scarf serial killer, who shot and killed Fiona's cop fiancé and his K-9 partner.

On Orcas Island, Fiona found the peace and solitude she needed to rebuild her life. But all that changes on the day Simon Doyle barrels up her drive, desperate for her help. He's the reluctant owner of an out-of-control puppy, foisted upon him by his mother. Jaws has eaten through Simon's house, and he's at his wit's end.

To Fiona, Jaws is nothing she can't handle. Simon, however, is another matter. A newcomer to Orcas, he's a rugged and in-tensely private artist, known for the exquisite furniture he creates from wood. Simon never wanted a puppy-and he most definitely doesn't want a woman. Besides, the lanky redhead is not his type. But tell that to his hormones.

As Fiona embarks on training Jaws, and Simon begins to appreciate both dog and trainer, the past tears back into Fiona's life. A copycat killer has emerged out of the shadows, a man whose bloodlust has been channeled by a master with one motive: to reclaim the woman who slipped out of his hands...

I'm ashamed to say it's been a long while since I've hung out with Nora Roberts, and I'm not sure why I've allowed her to collect dust in my reading collection. I've taken a dive back into the old days, reading her novels again, and I'm so glad we have been reunited.

The Search is about Fiona, a strong heroine who trains dogs and is overcoming a horrific experience that she encountered in her early twenties. Although I admire and like her, she's not the one I want to introduce you to today.

Simon Doyle. Heck yes. Moody. Artistic. Generous. Rude (a weirdly attractive attribute for Simon). Sexy. Independent. There's nothing not appealing about Simon Doyle.

He's not really a fan of people...
If people let other people alone, people would be better off. It's always people that screw things up for people anyway.
But Fiona is growing on him.... in an irritating and annoyingly subtle way...
“What is it about you?” he repeated. “How does touching you calm me down and excite me at the same time? What is it you want from me? You never ask. Sometimes I wonder, is this a trick?”
He's smart, brave, and has quite the temper, but he's there for Fiona and, although he'd never admit it, has a big, throbbing heart that cares too much.


Happy Reading Everyone :)

Mar 18, 2013

Blog Tour Stop + Review: The Boys of Summer by C.J. Duggan

Welcome to my stop on The Boys of Summer blog tour hosted by YA Bound.

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The Boys of Summer (Summer #1)
by C.J. Duggan

It seemed only natural to nickname them the ‘OnslowBoys’. Every time they swaggered in the front doorof the Onslow Hotel after a hard week’s work, their laughter was loud and genuine as they settled onto their bar stools. I peeked through the restaurant partition, a flimsy divider between my world and theirs. I couldn’t help but smile whenever I saw them, saw him ... Toby Morrison.

Quiet seventeen-year-old Tess doesn’t relish the thought of a summertime job. She wants nothing more than to forget the past haunts of high school and have fun with her best friends before the dreaded Year Twelve begins.

To Tess, summer is when everything happens: riding bikes down to the lake, watching the fireworks at the Onslow Show and water bomb fights at the sweltering Sunday markets.

How did she let her friends talk her into working?

After first-shift disasters, rude, wealthy tourists and a taunting ex-boyfriend, Tess is convinced nothing good can come of working her summer away. However, Tess finds unlikely allies in a group of locals dubbed ‘The Onslow Boys’, who are old enough to drive cars, drink beer and not worry about curfews. Tess’s summer of working expands her world with a series of first times with new friends, forbidden love and heartbreaking chaos.

All with the one boy she has never been able to forget.

It will be a summer she will always remember.

Warning: sexual references, and occasional course language.

The Boys of Summer is one of those books in which all my expectations were thrown back in my face. I had predictions, based on stereotypes, about this book, and I was very (pleasantly) surprised that it was not at all what I thought it would be.

Tess is gearing up for a summer of waitressing, dirty dishes, ruined manicures, and time with her two best friends. She's had a rough go of things at school, and she's just ready to leave that world behind her and pretend it doesn't exist. It's summertime and, although she doesn't know it yet, anything can happen. 

"The Onslow Boys" are that group of guys. You know which ones I'm talking about. That group of boys that is always out for a good time, creates a roomful of contagious and captivating male laughter, and consistently catches the eye of every female in a ten mile radius. Yeah, they're those guys, and I love them for it. (Sean, especially... *wink*)

When Tess meets "The Onslow Boys," she's surprised by who she is when she's with them. They bring out her confidence at the same time as they (or Toby in particular) make her nervous and self-concious. It's an interesting mix as Tess edges along the border of new boundaries she's yet to ever cross. 

What I love most about Tess are her flaws and how she overcomes them. She's not a perfect character; she can be very insecure and unsure of herself. I can relate to her so completely, especially when I think of myself at that age, as I think many young women will. Tess makes some pretty big mistakes due to her insecurities, actions that took me by surprise, but she owns up to them, growing from an awkwardly shy teenager into a woman who's gained realization, confidence, and learned some truths about herself.

Honestly, I thought The Boys of Summer would be one of those quick, fun, easy reads. While it is all of those things, it's also so much more. C.J. Duggan builds a perfect summer escape, drama and all, that makes you want to stretch out in the sun and stay a while. Her characters are genuine, flawed, and distinct, and the story she creates around them is a bit nerve-wracking and a lot hopeful. It'll give you the warm and fuzzies, get you laughing out loud, make you pull your hair in frustration, and have you holding your breath, hoping for that sigh of relief. 

Highly recommend :)

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C.J Duggan is an Australian author who lives with her husband in a rural border town of New South Wales, Australia.
The Boys of Summer is Book One in her Mature Young Adult Romance Series.

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