Category: Book Reviews

Now Borrowing: When All The ..

Now Borrowing: When All The Girls Have Gone

Overall Review:  This is an even-paced – but never boring – intense story with likable (or dislikable) characters you invest in. Jayne Ann Krentz masterfully plays with the romantic suspense story genre rules to bring to life compelling characters and a mystery you absolutely want to solve. Very few writers are able to do romantic […]

December 4, 2016
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Now Borrowing: Binti

Now Borrowing: Binti

Overall review – 5 out of 5: This deceptively simple tale is a fast paced yet compelling journey of strength, sacrifice, self-awareness, and ultimately homecoming. Absolutely worth the afternoon you give up to read it. Binti is the telling of a young woman striking out on her own in search of knowledge; reaching for a destiny bigger than […]

August 26, 2016
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Now Borrowing: And I Darken

Now Borrowing: And I Darken

Overall Review- 4.5 out of 5: This is a dark, twisted, savagely beautiful story almost Gothic in its imagery and fearless in its storytelling. It is an immersive experience; one I fully intend to revisit often. It’s witty, at turns touching, more than occasionally funny (alright that might just be me), and unapologetically violent when need be. […]

June 29, 2016
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Now Borrowing: Trial of Inte..

Now Borrowing: Trial of Intentions

  *This book is the second in a Vault of Heaven series – it can be read as a stand alone  – but the start of this journey and our understanding of the characters begins in The Unremembered* Trial of Intentions brings you into a world on the brink of war and in the midst of mythical and […]

November 16, 2015
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Not Those Kind of Angels

Not Those Kind of Angels

A few years ago, on a friend’s recommendation, I put Nalini Singh’s Guild Hunter series on my to read list but as I was trying (I admit now it was an exercise in futility) to not jump on board for more series stalking, I didn’t actually read them at the time. I say this slightly shamefaced, […]

December 20, 2014
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