Review: I've never experienced dialogue that conveys so much information and emotion in so few words. Often only one word.
I only realized after finishing it that the author is Africaans herself, and this is her first work that's been translated into the English. This explained for me why the writing was so different from that of English-speaking authors - in a delightful way.
I also realized that, due to the girl having to learn so many languages in order to survive, much of the dialogue shows ho... Read more
Review: When All The Girls Have Gone is an exciting, perfectly paced, romantic suspense novel. I loved every page of this brilliantly crafted book and found it impossible to put down.
Madison Benson, the founder, and mastermind behind an exclusive investment club, carefully handpicked each of her four members. Every member was aware before joining her club that there would be a certain amount of risk involved. If a dangerous situation arose, though, every member, was assured, that they would receive ... Read more
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I adore Baxter, he’s my new favourite Badd brother!
I’m a huge fan of this author and I love the Badd brother’s series so I was really excited about this book after reading a sample of it at the end of Badd to the bone. Every time I read about a new Badd brother he becomes my favourite and that also happened with Baxter, he’s my hero!
Baxter is a fighter and he’s got the body to match, he’s a lean, but not me... Read more
Review: I really want to like this series. The dragon genre is completely new for me and I feel this storyline has a lot of potential; but I find the author's style of writing a little annoying. There's a constant rambling and the use of corny catch phrases such as "s***-kickers" or "ass-planted...," would make me roll my eyes each and every time they were used. It could be just me, but you only really need to use the term "s***-kickers" once, thereafter, just say "boots." It seems she's trying rea... Read more
Review: I love Ruby's Dragon series & Ice Planet Barbarians series. Tough guys devoted to their ladies. Heroines with different personalities in each book. Well done character development and low drama romance with plenty of action plot to keep you entertained. And, of course, plenty of steamy sex scenes. This story was no exception, and I'm looking forward to the next story Ruby writes for this series. I'm voting for either Liam or Vann next! Read more
Review: TALENTED by Sophie Davis.
Dystopia set in the future U.S. Radioactive exposure caused many humans to have special powers. They are called talents. In eastern U.S. talents are recruited and trained to work for the government. Some western U.S. states seceded and are governed by Ian Crane. In those states talents are treated as undesirables.
The story is told in first person by Talia. She can manipulate minds and communicate mentally. She is in talent school, t... Read more
Review: I can’t say enough about this story. About two people seeing each other one night and it ignited a love that would last last forever. Because that is what this story is. Yes he took her and it took her a bit to come to terms with it. For me it was a dark fairy tale but the kind that I love. Thank you for writing it. I didn’t want it to ever end. Read more
Review: I love all of Megan's books but this was just awesome. I'm sitting here chomping at the bit for the next book. It can't get here fast enough. I love a good alpha male and a strong woman to put him in his place. Read more