Ana’s Review: Shadow: Cerberus MC Book 3 by Marie James

I don’t want to be always repeating myself but it’s bigger then me.When i love an author I want to shout to everyone than her/his book is amazing and this new book is freaking good.

Do you want to go for a ride? A wild ride? 

Shadow: Cerberus MC Book 3 by Marie James it’s out now. go get it while it’s hot and i mean really hot.

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When we fall in love we want more and more right? So it’s perfectly normal that when we love an author we want more books to read and I was eager to have another book from the fantastic Marie James.

“Shadow” is the 3rd book from the “Cerberus Mc Series” and like the other books in this series is breathtaking, in a good way of course.

This book revolves around “Shadow” the VP of Cerberus Mc and “Misty” and the whole book is switched between their points of views.

“Shadow” is a free and wild biker who does not want commitments. For him what matters is one-night stands, with no strings attached or promises. Life for him was not easy, because during his military career he experienced a lot of tragedy. Now he wants to party with his companions.

“Misty” is a finalist from the university, a future pre-school teacher, she was raised in the bosom of a very religious family with high standarts and convictions. When she meets “Shadow” something in her change and make her want more, but she knows that it won’t happen, simply because “Shadow” isn’t a stay at home guy. A big lie will rock their world, i mean really change everything, you’ll see. When she finds herself abandoned and rejected by those who should protect and love her unconditionally she is forced to ask help to the one and only “Shadow”.

Can a lie be forgiven or even forgotten? Can it be justified in the name of love? Will “Shadow”, who is not used to forgive, forget?

This book, like the others in this series, is breathtaking. I cannot tell you why, because I’m not a spoiler, but I can say that I wasn’t waiting for this unfold. The excitement level of this book is something that will make us rethink seriously the purpose of our lives.

The ups and downs, twists and turns had put me on edge and the unknown, not knowing what would happen next raised my anxiety levels to the maximum.

“Shadow” is a fantastic and exciting book, I love the fact that the main characters of the other books from this series are involved in this story as well, it’s so good to remembre them, to know more about them.

Marie James, I had said this in my previous reviews and I already had said to you in a private message but I don’t get tired to repeat that you’re a genius, your ability to captivate us with every book you write does not cease to surprise me. The level of emotion and feeling that you put in each book makes us rethink the purpose of our lives and makes us feel like we’re part of the story. Thank you so much for this. And now what? What book will you write next? We will have to wait long? I sure hope not because i’m experience a huge book hangover.

I rated this book with 5 big stars

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Cover Reveal: Prisoned – Marni Mann

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Cover Design: MadHat Books

Release Date: August 24, 2016

 

Synopsis

When I opened my eyes, I was in a cell, my body covered in bruises.

Not a jail.

I’d been kidnapped and imprisoned.

I wasn’t alone. I shared the cell with Garin Woods, the man I’d loved since I was a kid.

The man I couldn’t be with because of the secret. A man who would kill me if he found out what that secret was.

Someone wanted to torture me.

Torture us.

One of us deserved it.

It wasn’t Garin.

 

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About the Author

Bestselling author Marni Mann knew she was going to be a writer since middle school. While other girls her age were daydreaming about teenage pop stars, Marni was fantasizing about penning her first novel. She crafts sexy, titillating stories that weave together her love of darkness, mystery, passion, and human emotions. A New Englander at heart, she now lives in Sarasota, Florida, with her husband and their two dogs, who have been characters in her books. When she’s not nose deep in her laptop, working on her next novel, she’s scouring for chocolate, sipping wine, traveling, or devouring fabulous books.

 

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Blog Tour: Penny in London by Fisher Amelie


Hello, all! My name is Fisher Amelie and I wrote a little story called Penny in London. Thank you so much for joining us today and I hope you enjoy our little teasers on this, the day of its release. “May your first child be a masculine child.” <—If you read the book, you’ll get this later.

You know how everyone says when one door closes another one opens? At the time, you find this statement obnoxious as all get out because a) you don’t really know what the future holds, it certainly hasn’t been a cakewalk so far, and b) the thought of change is unbearable. You feel like your life is falling apart and everyone around is feeding you clichés like they’re made out of kale or quinoa or whatever the trend health food is right now. You don’t want kale clichés, you want double-chocolate fudge realisms, and you want them now. You just want things the way they were, but then something happens, a moment, an instant that sets you out on a path toward happiness you never knew could exist, and suddenly you think, huh, I don’t think I want double-chocolate fudge anymore. I think I’m in the mood for this heaping serving of strawberry cheesecake sitting in front of me…with a side of kale. And a pair of split pants, but we won’t get into that right now. 

Graham Glenn may have tossed her in, but Oliver Finn made her feel again.


When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?

I didn’t have a fireworks moment, really. I have written for years and years, tucking notebooks away under my bed and in tubs in the closet, never really thinking that I was practicing for a career. I did it because I loved it and I did it because it was all I ever wanted to do. When I was grown, after going into finance of all things, I decided to throw caution to the wind and attempt a career at copywriting. Flash forward several years and I had made a name for myself in that world, with several agencies, and had a comfortable living, but it wasn’t enough. I had a burning desire to lay a world down on paper and see where it took me. The rest is history.
How long does it take you to write a book?

It depends on the book. My Seven Deadly Series novels take me much longer than most of my other novels solely because of the research that each entail. Each Seven Deadly takes approximately eight to ten months, three of those months being research alone. I also painstakingly plot each of those novels and that can be tedious. My other series, The Sleepless Series, each of those books took about six months each. Penny in London and my upcoming book, Get in the Car, Jupiter, each only took about six weeks. The material is a lot more emotional and the plots are simpler so I’m allowed to just run with it.

 

What is your work schedule like when you’re writing?

Busy! LOL I’ve three children, seven, three, and two. Needless to say, I only write when they’re asleep, which makes it difficult to get the words I need in daily. I sort of live by the expectation that my kids shouldn’t know that I’m a writer, so a lot of my time is spent with them. It’s not a coincidence that my novels take so long to release.

 

What would you say is your interesting writing quirk? I can’t write unless my kids are sleeping and it’s a confirmed sleep, all the doors in my house are locked, and most importantly I have to have earbuds with music going. I prefer the dark but it’s not necessary. On the flip, I can’t edit with music. In fact, I have to have complete silence to edit.

 

Where do you get your information or ideas for your books? Usually I get them from a random news story I’ll read or film I’ll watch. Something will strike me as interesting and my brain goes on over drive, conjuring up a character and their world, then before I know it, I’ve got a novel plotted out.

 

When did you write your first book and how old were you? My first book was The Undestorey, no longer available for sale, (psst, check Smashwords) and it was in 2009.

 

What do you like to do when you’re not writing? Read! Oh my gosh, my favorite thing in this whole big, wide world is to read!

 

What does your family think of your writing? At first they were pretty hesitant to support me, that’s being polite, but eventually they realized that I wasn’t going to quit and they settled down. Ba ha ha!

 

What was one of the most surprising things you learned in creating your books? The publishing world is so fickle. Procedures change at the drop of a dime, marketing strategies change with every single book, and reaching your readers has become almost impossible.

 

How many books have you written? Eight so far! Not as many as some but not as few as others, right?

 

Which is your favorite? FURY is my favorite. I cut open my vein and bled that book. The research, the characters, the world, the words, all of it. It was an extension of myself, that novel, and when I was through, I felt like I was truly in mourning when I had to let it go. I’m still not fully over it and it’s been a year.

What do you think makes a good story? A good story is one that keeps you up at night, begging to be written out. A good story demands to be recorded. When you have that, you have a good story.


1 You were unexpected.

2 But not unwelcome.

3 I just wasn’t ready, couldn’t trust my instincts, because I didn’t know myself anymore. It was his fault.

4 Now months have passed and I don’t see you anymore, yet you’re all I think about.

5 I stayed here. I can’t admit it out loud yet but I did this for you. Somehow I knew you were worth staying for.

6 I’m only seven minutes from your house, you know. I timed it. Every single day for months I’ve wanted to knock on your door, tell you hello, kiss your lips, ask if I could stay.

7 Answer your door.

8 Answer your door.

9 Answer your door.

10 I’ll stop knocking now.



 

1 I wish I’d never let him have you, never let him near you, never let him throw his spell over you. I wish I would have demanded he back away from you.

2 I would do anything for you not to be the first image I wake to and the last I fall asleep to.

3 I want you to see him for what he is, know him for what he will do to you, discover he’s not the one for you.

4 If only you weren’t so beautiful, or clever, or kind, or charming.

5 But you are all those things and you drive me crazy with that hair I would give anything to run my hands through, your skin I wish to breathe over, your words I want to drown in.

6 And you are unaware of my secret. You must be, have to be, because I know if you were, you wouldn’t smile at me as you do, laugh at my jokes, banter with me so effortlessly.

7 You wouldn’t torture me if you knew how I felt, how I am known to lay in my bed at night plagued with an imagination that won’t let you go.

8 No, you wouldn’t do that, and yet, I’m in agony still, want for anything you will give me despite it meaning nothing to you.

9 And I want you desperately. Incessant shouting in my head, silently begging for you to look at me, notice me, see me as more than his friend.

10 Notice me, Penelope Beckett. See me, Penelope Beckett. Give me permission to worship at your feet, Penelope Beckett.


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Ana’s Review: “Carter (The Harlow Brothers Book 1)” by Brie Paisley 


I’m seriously in love with this book and i only can advise you all to read it. From best friends to lovers is a smal step but when our world is turn upside down sometimes we runaway. Can we get it back?
“Carter (The Harlow Brothers Book 1)” by Brie Paisley Author is out now so you can’t miss it. Read, Live, Dream, it’s up to you.

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When I start to read a new book so many thoughts goes through my head. Will I like it? Will I be addicted only from reading the first chapter? Will I vibrate and dream about this story?
Brie Paisley is a new author to me and when the opportunity arose to meet one of her works I did not hesitate. From only the prologue I knew I would live a roller coaster of feelings and emotions.
“Carter” is the first book of “The Harlow Brothers Series”.
This book is told by Shelby and Carter. Shelby is a lost soul. She was betrayed and deceived by those she trusted and is forced to flee, leaving everything behind and start a new life away from the cheating ex-husband and from all and everyone that hurt her. The fact that she had a childhood marked by her mother’s abandonment and by her father’s negligence made her an insecure person and with some serious trust issues. All she wants is to return to her hometown, even if she had sworn, thirteen years ago, that she would never come back, but she believes this city is the only place that she can find happiness again.
Carter is the older brother of five. He’s the one that is always there, ready to help when and where you need him. There is in him something pure and kind. For 13 years he suffered the absence of his best friend Shelby and blamed himself for her departure. They were lovers in high school, but something happened that separated them and from that day he never saw her again.
Can a love so strong cease to exist? Can they meet again and delete all these years of absence, hurt and pain?
This book had much impact on my way of seeing things, only came to show that there are no obstacles in life that we cannot overcome, no matter how bad they may seem there is always a turn to give.
The family, love, friendship and complicity are in great prominence in this book, but the betrayal, hate, psychological torture are also present.
Brie has a way of writing that appeals to the best we have but can also awaken the bad emotions as well. If you do not believe me, go grab your copy and start reading, then we can speak. And the hot scenes, you ask? Of course there is and you will be hot, very very hot …
I’m in love with this book and cannot wait to learn more about The Harlow Brothers.
I rated this book with 5 bookworm stars

The Book Community Is Killing My Love Of Books

So much THIS!

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So let’s start from the beginning for me.

I have always had a very strong love for books. I would go to bookstores and buy books. Then Amazon happened and I would order paperbacks. Then I got an IPAD for Christmas and well downloaded the Kindle App and bam my buying of books increased dramatically.

Just over a year ago I discovered an author because I search through Amazon for Romance Series and a sale on her book set of books 1 – 4 came up I bought it and fell in love. So I started doing a search and found her page on Facebook. I used facebook for friends and family but it never occurred to me that I could find authors there too. Then I found out she had a book club group. I immediately joined and oh my god I met so many wonderful people that became…

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COVER REVEAL – Penny in London by Fisher Amelie 


You know how everyone says when one door closes another one opens? At the time, you find this statement obnoxious as all get out because a) you don’t really know what the future holds, it certainly hasn’t been a cakewalk so far, and b) the thought of change is unbearable. You feel like your life is falling apart and everyone around is feeding you clichés like they’re made out of kale or quinoa or whatever the trend health food is right now. You don’t want kale clichés, you want double-chocolate fudge realisms, and you want them now. You just want things the way they were, but then something happens, a moment, an instant that sets you out on a path toward happiness you never knew could exist, and suddenly you think, huh, I don’t think I want double-chocolate fudge anymore. I think I’m in the mood for this heaping serving of strawberry cheesecake sitting in front of me…with a side of kale. And a pair of split pants, but we won’t get into that right now. 
Graham Glenn may have tossed her in, but Oliver Finn made her feel again.


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Penny in London releases 

August 1st! 


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Review: Fleeting Moments by Bella Jewel

I have so many mixed feeling with this book, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. 

The story was amazing, the build up and the plot were brilliant. Everything that I love when it comes to a Bella Jewel book. 

The character development was great and I was totally sucked in and invested in the writing.

My only issue with anything, was that I wanted to punch Lucy through the first half of the book. I just felt that she was a little too much on the temper tantrum side of stubborn, not on the sassy side. 

I love Bella’s heroines because they’re always strong and sassy women, but Lucy at times, felt more like a child who didn’t get her own way. I’m not going to pretend that I have the first clue about how she felt and how she should act, she had been through something horrific and to an extent I did understand her but I’m not going to lie, it drove me mad. But she does grow up and I find myself not wanting to punch her so bad, and dare I say it, actually liking her. 

Hunter, oh my word. Hunter is EVERYTHING you can expect from one of Bella’s alphas. Dirty talking, swoon inducing, heart stopping, butterfly creating perfection. He really made this story for me. He just kept me coming back and wanting more. 

I loved so much about this book, and I would recommend any alpha lover to pick it up and get sucked into Bella’s world. 

Bella Jewel. Fleeting Moments

Title: Fleeting Moments
Author: Bella Jewel
Genre: Contemporary Romance 
 Release Date: July 19, 2016
Blurb

One single moment changes everything
In one breath, you can have it all
A split-second later, it can all disappear
Vanished forever

That was me

I had it all
Then in a cruel twist of fate, it was taken from me
A beautiful life gone in a flash

But he was there

He was there to pick me up when I fell
To protect me
My savior. My rock.

He was just a stranger

Just a selfless stranger with a face I’ll never forget
Can’t forget
Won’t forget

And like everything else, he just disappeared

As if he never existed
I have to find him
I need to find him
He has to know that he saved me

He has to know that in that one fleeting moment, he was all I could see

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Author Bio

Bella Jewel is a self published, USA
Today bestselling author. She’s been publishing since 2013. Her first release
was a contemporary romance, Hell’s Knights which topped the charts upon
release. Since that time, she has published over five novels, gaining a
bestseller status on numerous platforms. She lives in North Queensland and is
currently studying editing and proofreading to further expand her career. Bella
has been writing since she was just shy of fifteen years old. In Summer 2013
she was offered an ebook deal through Montlake Romance for her bestselling
modern day pirate series, Enslaved By The Ocean. She plans to expand her
writing career, planning many new releases for the future.

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Ana’s Review: “Carter (The Harlow Brothers Book 1)” by Brie Paisley 


I’m seriously in love with this book and i only can advise you all to read it. From best friends to lovers is a smal step but when our world is turn upside down sometimes we runaway. Can we get it back?
“Carter (The Harlow Brothers Book 1)” by Brie Paisley Author is out now so you can’t miss it. Read, Live, Dream, it’s up to you.

#MyReview
When I start to read a new book so many thoughts goes through my head. Will I like it? Will I be addicted only from reading the first chapter? Will I vibrate and dream about this story?
Brie Paisley is a new author to me and when the opportunity arose to meet one of her works I did not hesitate. From only the prologue I knew I would live a roller coaster of feelings and emotions.
“Carter” is the first book of “The Harlow Brothers Series”.
This book is told by Shelby and Carter. Shelby is a lost soul. She was betrayed and deceived by those she trusted and is forced to flee, leaving everything behind and start a new life away from the cheating ex-husband and from all and everyone that hurt her. The fact that she had a childhood marked by her mother’s abandonment and by her father’s negligence made her an insecure person and with some serious trust issues. All she wants is to return to her hometown, even if she had sworn, thirteen years ago, that she would never come back, but she believes this city is the only place that she can find happiness again.
Carter is the older brother of five. He’s the one that is always there, ready to help when and where you need him. There is in him something pure and kind. For 13 years he suffered the absence of his best friend Shelby and blamed himself for her departure. They were lovers in high school, but something happened that separated them and from that day he never saw her again.
Can a love so strong cease to exist? Can they meet again and delete all these years of absence, hurt and pain?
This book had much impact on my way of seeing things, only came to show that there are no obstacles in life that we cannot overcome, no matter how bad they may seem there is always a turn to give.
The family, love, friendship and complicity are in great prominence in this book, but the betrayal, hate, psychological torture are also present.
Brie has a way of writing that appeals to the best we have but can also awaken the bad emotions as well. If you do not believe me, go grab your copy and start reading, then we can speak. And the hot scenes, you ask? Of course there is and you will be hot, very very hot …
I’m in love with this book and cannot wait to learn more about The Harlow Brothers.
I rated this book with 5 bookworm stars