Pandora and Gabriel are caught in a scandal and therefore forced to marry. I loved how the first chapter of this book reminded me of “Devil in Winter”. I also loved the *SPOILER ALERT* constant mentions of Pandora being a wallflower and how it amused St Vincent and Westcliff (two men who married the original wallflowers). I actually thought that this book would be a sort-of wallflower reunion but it wasn’t which disappointed me deeply. *END SPOILER*
I adored seeing Evie and St Vincent again as well as their lives together. However I feel like the “danger” to Pandora was not all that dangerous and it was just overplayed in the synopsis. I expected something more than what it was. Nonetheless I enjoyed this book. Pandora and Gabriel are a wonderfully cute couple. This novel makes me wish that we could see the rest of the Wallflowers and their families.
I had my doubts about this book since a) I couldn’t really remember Raven from the Creepy Hollow series and b) I didn’t think any other character in Creepy Hollow would make a impact on me the way that Chase did. I decided to just read a few pages to see what I thought of the book and I was instantly sucked in.
Raven comes from a very wealthy family and is “practically royalty” according to her mother. What Raven’s parents don’t know is that Raven has a close (and forbidden) friendship with Flint, one of the guards.
When Raven is caught in the middle of a dangerous murderous plot, Flint is the only one around to help her.
This is a really fast read and I loved getting a look at a completely different part of Creepy Hollow. I would love to see more from the upper classes of Creepy Hollow.
I didn’t like Flint as much as Chase (will I ever like anyone as much as Chase? Doubtful) but I thought he was a great character nonetheless. I especially enjoyed seeing Tora as a kid. I would love if the next Creepy Hollow novella was about her.
This is a quick but entertaining read that fans of Creepy Hollow will love!
Still reeling from the horrific deeds of book one, I was glad to return to this world (what? You thought I was going to talk about Feyre? No. I’m scarred for life from what she did to save Tamlin. And apparently so is she).
Feyre is suffering the after-effects of the horrors she has faced to save Tamlin. This ruins what should be her happy ending. After all she and Tamlin can now be together for eternity. But before that happens, Feyre has to face her demons. And deal with Rhysand and the bargain she has made with him.
I think that the tone of this book was much different from the first one but I really did enjoy it even more. My only problem was with the ending. While it isn’t exactly a cliffhanger ending, it is an ending that leaves the reader waiting more. This book took me too long to finish so eventually I woke up at 3AM one morning just to see how it ended. And then I said some very bad words. So be warned- this book is great, it has the darkness we know and love, it has romance but it also is very long with an ending that will definitely make you long for the next book.
You know you’ve picked up a jewel when you pick up a Jennifer Gracen novel. This book had a beautiful blend of romance, drama and dysfunctional families (the latter two being two of my weak points when it comes to romance novels). Dane is looking for a singer for his new hotel. When he finds Julia she is perfect. Both for the job and for him. However Julia has a dark past of her own that refuses to let her get close to anyone. I loved that this book had two characters that were so alike in such different ways. This book is well-written and interesting. The characters are real, there’s enough tension to keep you constantly turning the pages and there’s a beautiful ending.
This story has a sweet idea but falls flat towards the end. It seems like the characters are dragging out their romance simply because November 9 is a special day for them. If you look past that obvious flaw this is an amazing book, well-written with intriguing characters.
Fallon and Ben have an instant connection and because she is moving away, decide to meet every year on November 9. However life gets in the way and as they grow, they struggle to keep to their arrangement.
Heads up- the book is part of a series. It also has a cliffhanger ending that made me wail in frustration. This book has an excellent plot. However it doesn’t deliver as well as it could. Emily wakes up with no memory of her past. She has had a surgery to purposely remove her memories. I wish there was more detail given about this. It’s just referred to as a surgery. Why doesn’t this procedure have a name? What does it entail? Soon Emily finds herself caught in a war. But with no memory of her past she isn’t sure who to trust or what exactly it is that people are looking for from her.
The first 48% (my Kindle measured it) was difficult to get through. There was too much new information all at once and I found it difficult to concentrate.
The second half of the novel had me glued to the pages. The action picked up sufficiently, I knew what was happening and there was no more overload of information. I couldn’t read fast enough. I was actually really sad when I reached the end because “that can’t be it!!!”.
I had a small breakdown once I reached the ending because I desperately wanted more. I really enjoyed this book and can’t wait to read more.
I was given an ARC of this book to review. I thought that this book was great. It draws you in from the very first sentence. There’s a compelling mystery (a few compelling mysteries actually), the book itself is well-written and intriguing. I can’t wait to read more! This book is a gem for all mystery-lovers.
I read this book yesterday and I feel as if I’ve lost someone after reading it. This is such an emotional book. I cried in the beginning, I cried in the end- I didn’t cry in the middle because it wasn’t sad but it was such a gripping story. I was drawn from the very start of the book.Will has been in an accident that left him in a wheelchair, depending on everyone else around him for survival. Lou is his new (and very inept) carer. They are as different as can be but eventually they fall in love. This book has a heartbreaking ending but it’s so good. This is a beautiful read but be warned, you WILL be left in tears.
Neve and Max meet at a party where Neve instantly takes a disliking to him. Flash forward to a few meetings later and Neve decides Max can be a pretend boyfriend to help her prepare for the love of her life (who she hasn’t seen in years). Max is perfect for this job as he pretty much has no emotions. I loved how this book was more than just a love story. Neve and Max both have their own issues that they are dealing with which makes this a genuinely heartfelt read. I absolutely adored this book and would love to read (and reread) it again. This book is entertaining, well-written and funny.
Like the rest of the Lunar Chronicles series, this book was impossible to put down until it was finished. We get to see backstories of all of our favorite characters. This stories are great since they show what makes the characters the people they are in the series. I especially enjoyed the retelling of The Little Mermaid (The Little Android). We also get to see the gang reunite for a wedding. Fans of the series will love this collection of stories!