I usually prefer waiting until all the books in the series are out so that I can binge read the entire series. However, with this book, the HYPE was strong with this one. So there I was three books out in the series and ready to be left in a cliffhanger at the end.
If there is one thing I learned from this book its that Saraj J. Mass can write dramatic scenes with very dramatic sentences.
It’s like you can almost feel her dropping the mike after she ends a dramatic scene. Continue reading A Court of Thrones and Roses
Yes, this book gave me everything that the blurb promised and then some.
It had me laughing out loud and feeling emotional AF at times.
The Characters are awesome!
Nate Shaw can see ghosts. Due to which he has a reputation of being the crazy kid, and there are certain bullies that give a hard time in high school. However, he is not at all what one would expect him to be. He is the sweetest person and doesn’t let what other people say about him get to him much. Even though he doesn’t have any friends, he has his aunt Susan and his Grandmom- technically a ghost, as she is dead. Continue reading Book Review: A Boy Worth Knowing
I cannot believe February is over already.
At the beginning of the month, I had too much energy for blogging, maybe that’s why halfway through the month, the energy sort of fizzled out. And now, its the end of the month already, and I only have half-written drafts, which I have no motivation to complete.
Anywhoo, I have finally found the motivation to write a wrap-up post. 😀
FEBRUARY- A month of mostly Crime/Mystery/Thrillers. Continue reading Feb Wrap Up- A month of Thrillers
Top 5 Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by Shanah over at Biconic Bookworm. She is truly awesome! you’ve probably known about her, but if you haven’t check out her blog!! Also, to join in on Top 5 Tuesday, the topics for February are over here.
I consider myself to be more of an instant author buyer; I am going to read anything from an author that I like. (Some of the said authors are Cassandra Clare, Jefferey Deaver, Jennifer. L. Armentrout).
However, I am also definitely guilty of buying books based on their cover. I know, we should never judge by only its cover, but sometimes the cover is just too awesome and sparkly and stuff and they are just shouting to be read and picked up.
*look at me I’m so pretty! Of course, I am awesome!* Continue reading Top 5 Tuesday: Top 5 Cover Buys
Yes, this is just as amazing as the first two books and I ate it all up.
I am so glad I got to read this series one after another, not having to wait for the next book in the series is a blessing. 😀 I don’t think I could have handled all the cliffhangers in both the preceding books.
I feel like I’ve already talked so much about the characters in this series on Untold and Unspoken. And I was so afraid that some of them were not going to make it out alive or unscathed out of this series.
The entire series is just waiting for a final epic battle between Rob and Kami’s forces, which did happen here, but the actual battle was not of a huge magnitude.
However, each character had a fight of their own and this book had a lot of those. This book just made me feel for them. OH! feelings… Continue reading Book Review: Unmade, The Lynburn Legacy#3
I consider myself to be a fan of Nora Roberts. I used to read a lot of her books. But it had been quite some time since I had read anything from her. Reading it was like falling back to a place, of which I had fond memories. I remembered again, why I loved her books. Her genre is generally focused on romance but her books have a touch of paranormal, magic, time travel and just about everything. The Witness is a romantic suspense novel. I am extremely happy with this book. Even the ending was perfect, well almost perfect. I wish there were a couple more chapters following that ending or twenty!
If you like romantic books with suspense, you must read it. It won’t disappoint! A heads-up though, it’s not very heavy on the suspense. Continue reading Book Review: The Witness by Nora Roberts
Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Shanah, over at Biconic Bookworm. If you want to join in on it check out the topics for January at Topics for January.
The top 5 series that I want to start this year are:
5. Gemma Doyle series by Libba Bray Continue reading Top 5 Tuesday: Top 5 series I want to start this year
Since the last book ended on quite a cliffhanger, I was extremely motivated to read this book.
It was very hard for me to accept that the link between Jared and Kami was broken. Imagine how hard it must have been for the characters themselves to accept that.
Usually, I hate it when love triangle dramas and romance takes over the precedence of the book but this book is sorcery. I was somehow, more hooked on it because of all that. I loved it. It has humor, it has sass, it made me want to get inside the book and knock some sense into Jared.
I felt like the story was being dragged a bit. Rob and his evil team threatened Kami and gave some kind of a deadline for battle. Kami and her team begin preparing for the said battle with Lillian with occasional fights in between. And, the anticipated “battle” was very underwhelming.
Still, for a middle book, the drag was expected. The characters and the writing were what me going most of the time. Continue reading Book Review: Untold, The Lynburn Legacy#2