Songbird by AJ Adams – a review

Songbird is the second novel in the Zetas series that I have reviewed. They are about young women emerging from the hardest of lives imaginable, and men who are the ultimate baddies. Songbird is the sequel  to The Bonus. Blurb: When cartel boss Arturo Vazquez discovers his girlfriend Gina is a DEA rat and his deputyContinue reading “Songbird by AJ Adams – a review”

Review: Captured Miracle books 2 & 3

I reviewed the first book in the Captured Miracle series by Alannah Carbonneau a few days ago. Click here if you haven’t read it already. I’m reviewing the second book, Bleeding Heart, and the third book, Divided Souls together in this post. I’m not sure of the word count – I read the ebooks –Continue reading “Review: Captured Miracle books 2 & 3”

Girl, Stolen by April Henry – a book review

Sixteen-year-old Cheyenne Wilder is sleeping in the back of the car while her stepmom fills a prescription for antibiotics. Before Cheyenne realizes what’s happening, the car is being stolen. Griffin hadn’t meant to kidnap Cheyenne and once he finds out that not only does she have pneumonia, but that she’s blind, he really doesn’t knowContinue reading “Girl, Stolen by April Henry – a book review”

Captured Miracle – a book review

The Captured Miracle series is a captive romance story where the “hero” is actually an anti-hero who kidnaps the heroine from her bed in the dead of night. I should say that it is a dark romance; however, after reading the first novel in the trilogy, I don’t really think it is all that dark.Continue reading “Captured Miracle – a book review”

Craving Resurrection – a review

Nicole Jacquelyn writes an outlaw MC series that is full of strong-willed, dominant bikers with out-spoken alpha females at their sides. The fourth book in the series is Craving Resurrection and it is my favourite thus far. This is Poet’s story, so most of the story takes place in the past, when he a youngContinue reading “Craving Resurrection – a review”

Crow’s Row – a review

Crow’s Row, by Julie Hockley, is a coming of age story told from the perspective of its heroine, second year university student Emily Sheppard. The series takes its name from the first book, with the second called Scare Crow. Emily is living in the ghetto, near to where the older brother she idolized died several yearsContinue reading “Crow’s Row – a review”