Saturday, September 30, 2017

#Stacking the Shelves #257 - Week ending 09/30/2017 - Magnifique!

Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!

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Yes, this week is another HUGE BOOK HAUL!
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Have a great weekend!

This Weeks Reviews: 

Monday - Of Flame and Fate by Cecy Robson (UF, Romance)

Wednesday - The Last Namsara by Kristen Ciccarelli (YA, Fantasy)

Friday - Ringer by Lauren Oliver (YA, Science Fiction)


Friday, September 29, 2017

#Review - Amid Stars and Darkness by Chani Lynn Feener @TempestChani #YALit #SyFy @SwoonReads

Series: The Xenith Trilogy # 1
Format: Hardcover, 368 pages
Release Date: July 18, 2017
Publisher: Swoon Reads
Source: Library
Genre: YA / Science Fiction / Romance

A high-stakes space opera that combines science fiction and romance, this debut novel features plenty of action and a heroine whose unique brand of humor and tenacity make her easy to root for.
Delaney’s entire world is thrown into chaos after she is mistaken for Lissa Olena, an alien princess hiding out on earth in order to escape an arranged marriage. Kidnapped by the princess’ head bodyguard, Ruckus, and imprisoned in an alien palace, Delaney is forced to impersonate the princess until Olena can be found. If she fails, it will lead to an alien war and the eventual enslavement of the entire human race.
No pressure or anything.
Factor in Trystan―the princess’ terrifying betrothed who is intent on unraveling all her secrets―and her own growing feelings for Ruckus, and Delaney is in way over her head.
Chosen by readers like you for Macmillan's young adult imprint Swoon Reads, Chani Lynn Feener’s debut novel Amid Stars and Darkness is a thrilling space adventure complete with perfectly detailed alien planets and a super sexy secret romance.

Chani Lynn Feener's Amid Stars and Darkness is the first installment in the authors The Xenith Trilogy. Hello universe! My name is Delaney Grace, and I'm a recent High School Graduate now sharing an apartment with my best friend Mariana. During a night out for a bit of fun, & dancing, I was taken away by an alien named Ander Ruckus and ended up in a life or death adventure on Xenith. Aliens? Are you high? Oh wait! I forgot that part. Sorry! You see, 3 years ago, aliens visiting and living on Earth revealed themselves to the humans. 

There are two kingdoms on the planet Xenith. The Vakars and the Kints. Think of the Amish when thinking about the Aliens on Earth. Why, you ask? Because Aliens have their very own Rumspringa (Denzeration). It's a period in every Vakar's life when they come of age and are allowed to explore Earth. To get to know the planet, the primitive lie-forms, and decide if they'd like to say as an analyst, or return home to Xenith. For one particular Vacar, Princess Olena Lissa, she has been on her Denzeration for 5 years, and it was supposed to be her time to go home. But, she had other ideas.

Guess what? The dirty little minx did something to me that made me look exactly like her. In fact, when Ruckus appears, he actually thought I, of all people, I, who had no inclination or love for aliens unlike my best friend Mariana, was actually Olena!! How rude! Oh, you think that's cool do you? Do you think being kidnapped and taken to another planet is cool? Do you think having to pretend to be a Princess from another Planet is cool when everyone, and I mean, everyone hates her? Do you think it's cool that I have to pretend to be Olena so that war doesn't break out, or Olena's betrothed, Trystan Zane, doesn't go mad? Do you think it's cool that the Tars have repeatedly tried to kill me? Well, I am telling you that is exactly what happened and you can't get me to change my story!

For those who have made it to this point, I adore you all. Thank you for sticking with me. I thought I would have a bit of fun with this review because I loved this story so very much. If you are a fan of Melissa Landers' Alienated, you will love this story as well. I absolutely loved Delaney. She doesn't go quietly with Ruckus, she fights back. She's the anti-Olena. She's not spoiled, or childish, or arrogant. Instead, she's quick witted, strong willed, likable, and she knows that she is in a terrible position of having to avoid making an enemy out of Trystan for fear of setting of a war between alien races. 

Ruckus won me over early in the story despite his huge mistake of taking Delaney, and despite having to be careful not to let anyone know about their growing feelings towards each other. I loved their connection. On the other hand, I found myself struggling with Trystan. He's overpowering one moment, and likable the next. He seems to want to kill Delaney one minute, and ends up saving her life the next. I mean, then again, he finds this new Olena some much more appealing that the old version who was on Earth for 5 years. The ending of this book took my breath away, and I don't normally like cliffhangers. In fact, I loathe them. This cliffy is so brilliant and heart breaking at the same time. GIVE ME THE NEXT BOOK! 

Friday #Review - Ringer by Lauren Oliver #YALit #Science Fiction

Series: Replica # 2
Format: E-Book, 528 pages
Release Date: October 3, 2017
Publisher: HarperCollins
Source: Publisher via Edelweiss
Genre: Young Adult \ Dystopian

Like its ambitious companion novel, Replica, this far-reaching novel by powerhouse bestselling author Lauren Oliver digs deep into questions of how to be a human being in a world where humanity cannot be taken for granted.
In the world outside the Haven Institute, Lyra and Caelum are finding it hard to be human—and neither of them knows where they belong or who they can trust. When Caelum leaves without warning to pursue the dream of a place he belongs, Lyra follows him, convinced that together they will hunt down a cure for the illness that’s slowly consuming her mind. But what they uncover is a shocking connection to their past—even as their future seems in danger of collapsing.
After discovering the uncomfortable truth about her connection to the Haven Institute, Gemma struggles to return to her normal life. But when she learns that her controlling and powerful father has new plans for Lyra and Caelum, Gemma and her boyfriend, Pete, leave in the middle of the night to warn them of the danger they face.When an untimely accident derails them, they are mistaken for the escaped replicas and seized by strangers hired to capture them. The Haven Institute wasn’t destroyed after all, and now Gemma is the one behind the walls.
Lyra’s and Gemma’s stories can be read separately—with either story first—or in alternating chapters, but no matter which way you turn the book, the two distinct stories combine into one breathtaking experience for both heroines and readers alike.

Lauren Oliver's Ringer is the second installment in the authors
Replica duology. For timeline sake, this story takes place 3 weeks after the end of Replica. The story is once again told by two different characters, Gemma & Lyra, in two different books. If you are like me, you read the first book, before flipping over to the second, even though both stories take place concurrently. Because of the edition I received, I started with Gemma Ives story first. 
Gemma has learned so much about herself in a very short period of time. 

She traveled to Florida, found out about Haven, found out a shocking truth about herself, while also helping rescue Lyra and Caelum. While Gemma is back with her parents, and her boyfriend Pete, her journey is far from over. One of the positives for Gemma is her relationship with Pete which has gone to a whole new level. So, let's get to the meat and potatoes. After Gemma discovers some disturbing news, she and Pete head out to Tennessee looking for Lyra and Caelum to warn them. Unfortunately, things go sideways, and they are captured believing that Gemma is one of their escaped Replica's. 

I have to say that this story actually flips things around from the first book. Gemma finds herself being imprisoned, and treated like a Replica. In fact, she even meets Calliope, who actually looks like her, along with others who are missing key parts of their bodies. But, there's plenty more, especially when Gemma meets Dr. Saperstein, the mad scientist behind the Replica's. This comes with many questions. One being the idea of cloning and whether or not a clone is actually human being with a soul, or just another science experiment to be used for nefarious purposes. Gemma's story crosses over with Lyra's several times, including the last chapters. 

Lyra, who was born human, but taken to Haven where she was experimented on as though she was a Replica, is now living with Caelum and her father in a Tennessee Mobile Home Park. I want to make this clear. I was so heart broken to find out how badly Lyra was treated by Haven and the doctors that she quickly became my favorite character. That hasn't changed. In fact, there is a subtle shift to make Lyra the more courageous & heroic one this time out. Caelum & Lyra are living like humans, but Caelum is a bit strange. He would rather sit and watch endless TV, than explore.

So, yes Lyra and Caelum are having some issues, and he ends up disappearing just as strange people show up looking for them. Lyra's journey begins at that point. She knows that she has to try to find Caelum. She also hopes that she can also find Dr. Saperstein who may have the cure she needs to survive. Lyra's story really explores a more personal meaning of what it means to be a human, rather than a Replica. Is life really any different now that she is free to explore the world? Or, would it have been better off had she met the same fate as those on Haven? While Gemma and Lyra's stories are separate, they do intersect several times, including the final chapters.

I honestly thought that the ending leaves much to the imagination. I dare say that I was hoping for more about Lyra and her life and death plight to find a cure, or accepting the final outcome. I'm happy that Oliver introduced Detective Reinhardt in Lyra's story. He is such a wonderful character, and I wish more LEO's were as caring, and well, human and not just robots who have zero emotions. Reinhardt's presence is in the form of his own story, which I absolutely liked. 

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Thursday #Review - Abounding Might by @mmcshanewrites #Fantasy #Historical @CuriosityQuills

Series: The Extraordinaries # 3
Format: E-Book
Release Date: October 3, 2017
Publisher: Curiosity Quills Press
Source: NetGalley/Publisher
Genre: Fantasy / Historical

Abounding Might is the third installment of The Extraordinaries

Calcutta, 1813. Lady Daphne St. Clair, who as an Extraordinary Bounder is capable of transporting herself anywhere in the world with a thought, has longed to serve in the Army for years. But an unexpected weakness at the sight of blood makes her responsible for a good man’s death in battle. Unable to serve on the battlefield, Daphne is sent to India to be transportation for the Governor-General’s wife and children. In disgrace, Daphne fears she will never achieve the fame and glory she has worked so hard for.

A chance encounter with Captain Phineas Fletcher, attached to the Honorable East India Company as a troubleshooter and investigator, leads to Daphne being given a new opportunity: help Captain Fletcher discover the truth behind a series of strange occurrences in the town of Madhyapatnam. Daphne is willing to do anything to restore her reputation, even something as small as Captain Fletcher’s investigation. As the days progress, her attachment to the members of the team grows deeper, as does her growing attraction to the captain.

But as Daphne and Captain Fletcher dig deeper into the mystery, the truth turns out to be much more sinister than anyone imagined. Dark currents run deep beneath the pleasant surface of Madhyapatnam, and the echoes of a twenty-year- old story threaten not only the Company’s rule over the town, but the safety and well-being of everyone in it. Soon only Daphne’s talent and courage stand between Madhyapatnam and the evil that threatens to overwhelm it.

Melissa McShane's Abounding Might is the Third installment in the authors’ The Extraordinaires series. The Extraordinaires is an alternate history Regency-era fantasy series that will apparently feature eight different women who have powerful magical talents. In this universe, there are two separate groups of talents: The Corporeal Talents (Mover, Sharper, Scorcher, and Bounder) & The Ethereal Talents (Seer, Speaker, Discerner and Coercer.) Each book follows one woman as she learns to use her magic to change the world.

The series begins in 1812 and, according to the author, will cover the final years of the Napoleonic Wars, culminating in a confrontation with Napoleon himself. If you have read the first two installments, or if you followed my reviews for the first two installments, you will know that Lady Daphne St. Clair appeared in Wondering Sight. Daphne is what the author is calling an Extraordinary Bounder. She can move from one place to another without passing through intervening space. Daphne has a minor issue with blood which was discovered at the end of Wondering Sight. Oh wait, that's not true. 

She has a major issue with blood which causes her to pass out which unfortunately causes the death of a superior officer. Like other Extraordinaires before her, Daphne agreed to a 4-year term of enlistment with the War Office. But, with her "condition," Daphne soon finds herself banished to India, and the East India Company to serve as the Governor-General's wife and children's transport to and from England. But, don't worry your little head that Daphne is going to be stuck as a glorified human transport. The thing you should understand about Daphne is that she wants to have adventures before she finally settles down to marry. 

She is an amazing Bounder who may be the most talented Extraordinary in the War Office. But, she is also prone to being called out for her short stature, and the fact that she is a woman which has been the case for all three women who the author has introduced. Daphne meets the dangerous & charming Captain Phineas Fletcher & ends up getting involved with life or death mystery against the East India Company. She develops a friendship with Miss Bess Henley, Extraordinary Speaker, and perhaps a future that even her parents would be proud of. Her actions in this book are amazing, and she has definitely become a heroine that readers will enjoy reading about. 

McShane has a tendency of introducing the next character in her books before they end up with a story of their own. One could presume that Bess would be the next protagonist, and that would be fine with me. Bess is a really interesting character who is nearly as important to what happens in this book as Daphne and Phin. But, I wouldn't wage money on that just yet. According to the author, she foresees Daphne in future installments as well. That's actually a very good idea.

**As of 09/27/2017, I have no BUY links to provide you. Hopefully once this book releases on October 3, 2017, there will be and I can update this review. Sorry for the inconvenience!" 

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Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Wednesday #Review - The Last Namsara (Iskari #1) by Kristen Ciccarelli #YALit #Fantasy

Series: Iskari Series # 1
Format: E-Book, 432 pages
Release Date: October 3, 2017
Publisher: HarperTeen
Source: Edelweiss/Publisher
Genre: Young Adult \ Fantasy \ Epic

The first installment in a debut YA fantasy trilogy about a girl who must hunt the dragon that destroyed her town and caused her own ostracism from society.

In the beginning, there was the Namsara: the child of sky and spirit, who carried love and laughter wherever he went. But where there is light, there must be dark—and so there was also the Iskari. The child of blood and moonlight. The destroyer. The death bringer.

These are the legends that Asha, daughter of the king of Firgaard, has grown up hearing in hushed whispers, drawn to the forbidden figures of the past. But it isn’t until she becomes the fiercest, most feared dragon slayer in the land that she takes on the role of the next Iskari—a lonely destiny that leaves her feeling more like a weapon than a girl.

Asha conquers each dragon and brings its head to the king, but no kill can free her from the shackles that await at home: her betrothal to the cruel commandant, a man who holds the truth about her nature in his palm. When she’s offered the chance to gain her freedom in exchange for the life of the most powerful dragon in Firgaard, she finds that there may be more truth to the ancient stories than she ever could have expected. With the help of a secret friend—a slave boy from her betrothed’s household—Asha must shed the layers of her Iskari bondage and open her heart to love, light, and a truth that has been kept from her.

Kristen Ciccarelli’s debut fantasy explores an intricately woven world of deception, inner darkness, and dragons that fantasy fans won’t be able to resist.

Kristen Ciccarelli's The Last Namsara is the first installment in the authors Iskari trilogy. Protagonist Asha lives in the land of Firgaard. Her father is the Dragon King, her brother Dax is his heir, but she is the dangerous and lethal dragon hunter who never returns without a kill to her credit. But, Asha isn't the beloved princess / dragon hunter that you would think. 8 years ago, she made a mistake that cost the lives of her township. A mistake that still determines how the people look and treat her. 

The same incident that left Asha disfigured from her forehead down her left side which in many ways, guides how she feels about herself. All thanks to incident involving a dragon called Kozu, the Old One. But, Asha also carries a heavy secret. She can lure dragons to her by telling the old stories which were supposed to be banned in her kingdom. Even though Asha has all the comforts of being a princess, she never really had the understanding of the slaves called skral who bow to her every needs. This leads Asha to meeting Elorma who ends up gifting Asha with 3 gifts. No spoilers.

One could say that these gifts end up changing Asha's fate and course in life. She goes from being someone who is better off alone, except for her cousin Safire, to being involved in something way bigger than she could have ever imagined. 
Asha is betrothed to the Firgaard's commandant Jarek who is a real charmer and piece of work. Asha is offered a deal by her father; all she has to do is hunt down and kill Kozu which will end the Old One's forever, and the wedding will be off.

Asha has 6 days to finish her job before she is forced into a unwanted marriage that will lead to Asha to be bound to Jarek forever. What's the catch? There's always a catch. In this case, the case is a boy named Torwin who is Jarek's slave. A boy who Asha finds herself being drawn to because he is unlike other skral/slaves that she's been around. I wouldn't presume to call this an insta-love by any stretch of the imagination. I would say that their relationship solidifies over the course of the story, especially after she and Torwin find mutual causes to align with. 

Iskari has all the classic fantasy elements that readers love, and expect. But, there are a few minor issues such as world building that I dare say is definitely necessary. My presumption is that this story is based on an Near Eastern Society, even though you could also have an argument for it being a Viking society. Dragons play a pivotal role in the story. They are not just arbitrary characters who show up and cause havoc and then leave. Nope. They have a definite connection to Asha, and Asha's future as well. 

They are also very intelligent and not just some stunt to lure readers into a lull. Old Stories are a curious part of this story as well. Stories that draw in dragons. Stories that make Asha believe that she is wicked and destructive because they killed her mother. But, there is a whole lot more. There are stories interwoven between chapters that help build up the story, and gives a history of what has happened up to this point.

Definitely recommended to all readers. 

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Tuesday #Review - Shadowed Blade (Colbana Files #5) by J.C. Daniels #Fantasy

Series: Colbana Files Series # 5
Format: Kindle, 264 pages
Release Date: April 25, 2016
Publisher: Shiloh Walker, Inc.
Source: NetGalley
Genre: Urban Fantasy

Something wicked this way comes… 

The arrival of a very important person in her office seemed to be the start of a lot of problems for Kit Colbana, investigator extraordinaire. Claiming that he needed somebody with her special skillset, he sends her on a series of jobs that made little to no sense until one culminated with both her and her partner, Justin barely escaping with their lives.

Back in Orlando, they go their separate ways to recover, Justin heading to the house of a local witch, while Kit returns to the Lair, where she’s recently been living with her lover Damon, the Alpha of the Southern Cat Clans.

There’s barely a chance for Kit to catch her breath before trouble of the highest order comes knocking on her door. This time, it’s the form of a psychic by the name of Nova. Nova has bad, bad news…Justin has gone missing and so has the witch who was going to put him up while he healed. Colleen, one of Kit’s closest, dearest friends.

With all sorts of non-humans disappearing, fury doesn’t even touch what Kit is feeling as she heads out to hunt down the people responsible.

But Kit isn’t the only one out on a hunt…somebody is hunting for her…somebody Kit would rather never, ever see again.

J.C. Daniels' Shadowed Blade is the Fifth installment in the Colbana Files. If you are new to this series, please allow me to summarize what has happened to this point. Kitasa aka Kit Colbana is a 1/2 human, 1/2 Aneiri warrior, private investigator. She has faced her fair share of challenges since leaving her island behind and finding her way to East Orlando where she is still considered to be an illegal. As the story opens, Kit is working with Justin Greaves.

Justin has been a friend and colleague for the past 3 years. He is a curiously powerful witch who has stood by Kit's side through a whole lot of topsy turvey. Kit and Justin have a similair end game. Find the elusive Blackstone and bring them down for what they are doing to non-human's in the Southeast US. Kit is also working for the POTUS on missions that are a bit odd, & every bit as curious as they appear. Why is POTUS looking for a Dryad? Why is a powerful witch chasing after Kit and Justin? 

And if that weren't interesting enough for you, a powerful stranger shows up and apparently she knows Kit all too well. No spoilers. Kit's own life hasn't exactly been all fun and games for the past year. She's still a bit broken, although she won't fully admit it. Not since she was attacked and brutalized by a monster who broke her spirit and her connection to her weapons. Weapons that would normally sing to her, and have been with her since running away from her island. But, this only scrapes the top layer of what happens in this book.

First, I loved Nova. Such a twisted, & powerful character who truly was the star of this story. Then comes Rana. Oh wow. Let's open up the way back machine and introduce a major part of Kit's life, and then, let's really kick it up a notch so that Kit is left dumbfounded. How about little Doyle growing up all big and...what was that reveal? Holy cats! Heh Heh. Get it. Cats? I am so glad that Kit has found herself again. After a year of being out of sorts with her own weapons, now it's time to up her game even more. I know you all are going to hate me. ::sigh:: But, I am still not a fan of Demon. Yes, I am calling him Demon. He is way over possessive and over assertive and needs to be kneed on the balls a few more times to get him to back off. I will say that this book has its fill of twists, and suspense, and for the first time, I feel as though I am ready for the author to finally give Kit the future she deserves even if it is with Demon, and not Justin.

Negative: There are a whole lot of issues with the beginning of the book. There is a disconnect, and the story is a bit discombobulated before finally being ironed out. I do believe this story could have been a bit longer. There was no need to hurry up and end the story. Also, it appeared to me as though a full chapter was removed from the beginning. Not sure if that was the case, or a major editing error, but something to really think about. 

Monday, September 25, 2017

Monday #Review - Of Flame and Fate by @cecyrobson #Fantasy #Romane

Series: Weird Girls # 8
Format: E-Book, 301 pages
Release Date: September 26, 2017
Publisher: Cecy Robson, LLC 
Source: Author
Genre: Urban Fantasy Romance

Taran Wird, who commands the power to wield fire and lightning, is an oddity in the supernatural world. But neither Taran nor her unique sisters compare to the bizarre entity known as Destiny. And Taran is assigned to protect her.

Born of two witches, Destiny is revered among the supernatural elite for her acute ability to predict the future. Her biggest prophecy involves Taran’s sister, Celia, whom Destiny decreed will bear children strong enough to take on the evil that’s rising. Yet Destiny is not alone in her predictions, or individuality.

When Johnny Fate, a rock star among humans and a male version of Destiny is discovered, his powers and Destiny’s clash, triggering the start of Destiny’s demise and altering the fate of Celia’s unborn children.

Taran, her werewolf lover Gemini, and their allies must determine if it’s Fate who will decide what will become of Celia’s children, or if their lives and the world will perish with Destiny.

Of Flame and Fate, by author Cecy Robson, is the Eighth installment in the Weird Sisters series. Taran Wird, like her sisters Celia, Shayna, & Emme, was cursed by a spell meant to kill them. Instead, it made them unique in the world of supernaturals like vampires, witches, werewolves, shifters, and demons. Taran's abilities are even more impressive because she has the ability to call down fire and lightning, and she even has a hint at the ability to see the future. I like to call this book Fate meets Destiny and gets kicked in the ass by the badass bitch known as Taran Wird.

As the story begins, Taran, who is working for Master Vampire Misha, has just returned from a jaunt to Egypt searching for a relic that can open a portal to the demon world. A Dark Legion is rising and is targeting powerful leaders of the Alliance which sets up an interesting series of events. The four women who won't run away and hide, but will stand and fight? Taran, Shayna & Emme, plus their mates, and a select few Alliance members including Bren.

Since Destiny is one of those Alliance members who needs to be protected, Taran is volunteered to be her bodyguard. But, on a trip to Santa Barbara for a concert, Taran, Shayna, and Emme get a surprise revelation as to who Johnny Fate really is, and this revelation may make things a whole lot harder for Taran and her allies. Especially since the world hinges on what happens to Celia's babies whether they live or die. Taran has accepted that she is mated to Tomo aka Gemini. Finally.

But, Tomo, in my humble opinion, is way too aggressive, way too impulsive, and way too jealous when it comes to just letting Taran be Taran even when she makes mistakes. It must be a wolf thing because Aric was pretty much the same way when it came to Celia and her relationship with Misha and the vampires. If I could wish for one thing, it would be for the petty jealously to cease and desist STAT. I do think there is something more coming in regards to Emme, but I don't want to ruin my good feelings. 

Taran is probably the best character in this series because she doesn't give a crap what people think about her, not even the pack of wolves who is supposed to protect her. She curses like a sailor, dresses like a Hollywood vixen, wears high heels on all occasions, including being chased by vampires, and her right arm is a combination of new and old magic. IT also has a mind of its own. She gives out as best as she gets, especially when it comes to crotchety wind bag next door neighbor Mrs. Mancuso. 

I have to admit that I am completely and utterly confused, and here's why. Apparently, not only is this the 8th installment in the series itself, but the 2nd installment in the Flame series featuring Taran Wird. Why am I confused you ask? Because Of Flame and Promise was also Taran's novel, and yes I do know it took place concurrently with one of Celia's stories. So, this is what I've read from the author. Of Flame and Promise takes place between books. Of Flames and Light takes place after A Curse Unbroken. Are we to presume that the 9th book is also Taran's and book # 3? If you have the answers, I shall update my review asap! Thank you!

Saturday, September 23, 2017

#Stacking the Shelves # 256 - Week Ending 09/23/2017

Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!

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I really appreciate all the wonderful support and comments I received over the past two weeks while we were counting down to Irma, and then recovering. This is why I have been around blogging for so long. Love you all!
Have a great weekend!

This Weeks Reviews: 

Monday - One Dark Throne by Kendare Blake (YA, Fantasy)

Tuesday - Cold Moon by Alexandra Sokoloff (Mystery)