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FRIDAY NIGHT FREEBIE: Evan Arden Trilogy by Shay Savage

FRIDAY NIGHT FREEBIE: Evan Arden Trilogy by Shay Savage

This is a huge night for the Friday Night Freebie because not only do I have Shay Savage’s Evan Arden Trilogy to give away on eBook, but Shay has graciously offered up a Signed paperback of Surviving Raine.  If you’ve never read a Shay Savage book, WHY?  I love her, I’ve read all her books and her new release, Book Three of the Evan Arden Trilogy – Otherwise Unharmed, is on my Kindle right now ready for me to start this weekend. SO up for grabs this weekend are: One Signed Paperback of Surviving Raine One Evan Adren TRILOGY in Ebook AND – I’m releasing a novella on December 18th and if you sign up to share a RELEASE DAY Facebook post or retweet on Twitter for me, you’ll also be entered to win a copy of SLACK, the Ford novella that is a prequel to TAUT:The Food Book which… Read more »

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KINDLE FIRE GIVEAWAY: RETURN by JA Huss

KINDLE FIRE GIVEAWAY: RETURN by JA Huss

CHAPTER ONE – LUCAN: Amelia Habitat You would not think that an artificial intelligence would have a scent, but Amelia does. It’s intoxicating. Her apartments in the top floor of my home smell only of her. I’m not even sure I could describe it, but the closest thing would be space. Space has a smell. It’s not something you can discern directly because there’s no air in space and scents need to be carried on a current. And I can’t smell it on myself, not even when I come back from space because I’m encased in timeshift shell. But I smell it on Amelia because she stands out in the dark nothing when she’s thinking. I always know when she’s in a pensive mood because the smell of space permeates everything. It clings to her even when I know she’s not been outside the habitat for weeks. She smells like… Read more »

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$100 GIVEAWAY and REVIEW: The Shadows Series by Marni Mann

$100 GIVEAWAY and REVIEW: The Shadows Series by Marni Mann

REVIEW Seductive Shadows is the first book in The Shadows Series by Marni Mann and I have to say, this little book took me by surprise. It’s a slow book, building characters and setting up first before plot, but some authors can pull this off and Marni Mann is one of them. She gets us acquainted with Charlie and Cee, her alter ego at “The Mansion” where she works as a high-level prostitute. Contrary to most prostitutes, Charlie likes this job. Not only does she get paid well, but she gets to be someone else while she’s there – she gets to be Cee, her alter ego in the mask. Everyone at the mansion wears a mask so no one will be able to recognize the girls or clients on the street. It takes a while for Charlie to realize that this is not an ideal life she’s living. She… Read more »

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COVER REVEAL: Prowl Trilogy by Amber Garza

COVER REVEAL: Prowl Trilogy by Amber Garza

Series:  Prowl Trilogy Book Titles:  Prowl – Entice – Unveil Author:  Amber Garza Genre:  Young Adult Christian Thriller Length: About 220 Pages Each Presented by:  As You Wish Tours Cover Design by:White Rabbit Design and Creations Banner Made by: Julia Hendrix   BLURB Seventeen-year-old Mackenzie Smith is sent away to spend a boring summer at her grandma’s. But then she meets Wesley. He tells her exactly what she wants to hear and has information about her past that no one else knows. It’s almost like he can read her mind. Only Wesley isn’t who he seems. By the time Mackenzie discovers his true identity it may be too late. She’s in too deep and he won’t let her go. Now Mackenzie must call on the strongest power of all in order to save her life.   PROWL LINKS Amazon Goodreads Barnes & Noble EXCERPT “Hello Kenzie.” He turned toward me…. Read more »

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GUEST REVIEW: Dying Is My Business by Nicholas Kaufmann

GUEST REVIEW: Dying Is My Business by Nicholas Kaufmann

GUEST REVIEW BY ISIS! I would like to thank NetGalley for offering me access to works published by St. Martin’s Griffin, and St. Martin’s Griffin for granting me the chance to read this ARC, and introducing me to this author, all in exchange for an honest review. Though I received the e-book for free that in no way influences this review (which anyone who reads my reviews knows). In my world we would be able to rate books with 1/2 stars, but we can’t so my official rating is 4 stars, but my REAL rating is 4.5 stars. Given his line of work in the employ of a psychotic Brooklyn crime boss, Trent finds himself on the wrong end of too many bullets. Yet each time he’s killed, he wakes a few minutes later completely healed of his wounds but with no memory of his past identity. What’s worse, each… Read more »

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GIVEAWAY and REVIEW: Escape from Eden by Elisa Nader

GIVEAWAY and REVIEW: Escape from Eden by Elisa Nader

Welcome to my stop on the Escape from Eden blog tour hosted by YA Bound Book Tours.  Click HERE to see the full blog tour schedule! REVIEW I’ve been reading a lot of YA lately, mostly because the best dystopians seem to be YA these days and Escape from Eden certainly qualifies as one of those. This is a brutal, well-written, and captivating look into a young girl’s view of a cult society she was forced to join as a small child by her mother. Mia is sixteen, she lives in a South American jungle under the thumb of a dictatorial charismatic religious cult leader called Reverend Elias Eden. She’s old enough now to understand this was not her choice and she’s smart enough to know that she really needs to get out of this place, like yesterday. But these vague thoughts become a crushing reality when her kitchen boss asks her to… Read more »

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REVIEW: Rock Chick by Kristen Ashley

REVIEW: Rock Chick by Kristen Ashley

REVIEW Indy Savage is a screw up, but I mean that in Lee Nightingale’s most “Isn’t-Indy-cute” sorta way. Oh. My. God. Why did I wait so long to read this book? I haven’t laughed so hard reading a book since Bridget Jones was locked in a Thai prison singing Like A Virgin in her Victoria’s Secret Wonderbra. This book made me laugh out loud, like guffaw out loud, really – more times than I could count. Kristen Ashley is a brilliant writer because she paints a scene in a book like an artist paints a picture. It helps that I have lived in the Denver Metro area for fifteen years, but I’m pretty sure I’d feel this way even if I wasn’t familiar with the city she was writing about. Indy is me. I’m a rock chick who never quite grew up even though all these grown up things sorta… Read more »

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