Posts Tagged: Jennifer Armentrout

REVIEW: Origin by Jennifer L Armentrout

REVIEW: Origin by Jennifer L Armentrout

Holy Alien babies everywhere, Katy has grown up and is no longer a stupid girl I want to smack. That doesn’t mean I’m willing to admit she is worthy of Daemon, but that might be selfishness on my part. I really don’t want to have to share him. With her that is, I’ll happily share him with my fellow readers. You have read the Lux series right? If not, please do. It is my favorite series in a long time. Like, if I could only take one book series with me to read on a deserted island for the rest of my life, it would be a strong contender. After the agonizing cliffhanger of book 3, Origin has been on my must-have list. I read it straight through in one sitting because there was no way I could put it down. Some of the events were quite disturbing and literally… Read more »

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REVIEW: Frigid by Jennifer L. Armentrout

REVIEW: Frigid by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Hello everyone! Kelly here. Wait? Who? Oh yes, let me introduce myself. I’m Kelly and Julie has kindly agreed to let me invaded New Adult Addiction as a Co-Blogger. I’m all kinds of excited. Really, if you could see me, you’d see pure, purple, sparkly excitement pouring out my ears. Sparkliness aside, today I have for you a review of Frigid by J. Lynn/Jennifer L. Armentrout. (Source:Purchased) I know you all don’t know me very well yet, but I love JLA. Like, I’d have her alien babies sort of love JLA. So maybe I went into this book with slightly above average expectations. But I was sort of disappointed. Don’t get me wrong. Frigid is good, but that’s just it. It’s good. I’m sorry, but from JLA, I expect greatness. What I liked: Kyler. I really, really liked Kyler. Sure, he’s got some man-whore issues, but mostly he’s a good… Read more »

July 23, 2013 Uncategorized 5

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REVIEWS: Lux Series by Jennifer Armentrout

REVIEWS: Lux Series by Jennifer Armentrout

What a great premise! I am a SF lover – JUNKIE, in fact, and I’m pretty much on board with trying out any book that has aliens in it. I loved Obsidian. Like a lot. I loved all the things you see being lauded about this book – Katy, the main character. How she has a book blog, her tragic past regarding her father, and her spunky, yet originally subdued, attitude. Katy is a well-developed and likable character. Next, I loved Daemon! Who doesn’t, right? He had all the bad boy attributes – cocky nature, full of himself, thinks he’s God’s gift to women, stuck-up, rude, and tough. Oh, and did I mention, gorgeous? Yes, he’s gorgeous. Daemon has a sister—-what’s her face? Oh, yeah Dee. That should tell you how much I cared about Dee. I didn’t, not even in the third book where I got the idea she… Read more »

January 2, 2013 Uncategorized 3

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