Friday, November 22, 2013

Boy Band Fun

How I Met Your Father 

Okay so I admit I have a love of boy bands even now in my mid-30s. So when I read about Justin Hayes, I had a blast. This book is quick and I really wanted more.
This story is the one night stand(airport stand) that ends up being more than that; when Justin learns his hook up, 
Jack Bassinger, is actually the father of the bride at the holiday wedding he is the best man for. 

There is warmth to this story, with a lovely message of being true to oneself, being honest with family; those of blood and those chosen. The supporting cast has minor story arcs that make this book seem more real, which was wonderful.

I want to know what happens after the book ended.
A 4.5 star holiday read that is not all about mistletoe and snow.

Received a copy for an honest and fair review from Riptide Publishing and NetGalley. 

Monday, November 4, 2013

Twist, turns and lovely romance

The Deadly Series Boxed Set (Deadly #1-5)

I truly enjoyed this series of books. Family, drama, and dark chilling suspense. 
The stories revolve around the Kinncaid Brothers, and the women they love. These books will keep you on your toes. 

Deadly Shadows (Deadly #1)-- Aiden  and Jesslyn story set the stage for the rest of the books. 4 stars
Deadly Ties (Deadly #2) --Dr. Gavin Kinncaid and Taylor's story; this is a wonderfully told story. 5 stars
Deadly Obsession (Deadly #3) --Brayden and Christian's story.  Another wonderfully chilling book. 4 stars
Deadly Games (Deadly #4) -- Ian and Rori's story. This one was great, dark and lovely. You understand the demons that chase the hero and heroine in this book. 5 stars
Deadly Secrets (Deadly #5) -- Quinlan and Ella's story. This is the story of the youngest of the brothers and it was such a sweet and lovely twist and turns. What a perfect was way to end the series
Received copy for honest review from Netgalley.