Sunday, September 6, 2020

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Visions of Red.

My home; my only safe place that I can show my true colors. It's where I make my living by being the cruel visage of intentions where others fail. Everyone has a secret need inside of them, but only a select few are willing to pay for the opportunity to see it fulfilled.

Voices in the dark.

They're all I hear but it's better this way. Seeing faces would only complicate things and distractions won't do. I've become the best and most sought after because of the privacy I allow my clients.

Nightmares come to life.

I'm being watched more than I should be. Someone keeps coming to watch the live shows, hidden in the shadows, obscured in the darkness and I don't know what more I can do to satiate the hunger inside of them.

And for the first time in my life, I've become the victim.

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Wednesday, September 2, 2020

The Giant Forest by Mia and Bill Belew


The Giant Forest: Chapter Book for Parents and Grandparents of Preteens Who Love to Read (Growing Up Aimi 1)The Giant Forest: Chapter Book for Parents and Grandparents of Preteens Who Love to Read by Mia and Bill Belew
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a story of five friends who are lost in the forest and during their journey to get home, they learn the value of friendship and self-worth. This is a Christian based chapter book with discussion questions after each chapter. In some settings such as weekly Bible study or homeschool classes, this book would be a good source of curriculum. As a general read, however the questions are distracting and break up the flow of the work. The story and life lessons contained within are still insightful and entertaining. The characters are rich and the ending is unique. I would recommend this book to Christian homeschools and bible study groups. I would encourage the authors to make two versions of this book one with the questions for those looking to expand on what they have read and one without for those who just want an interesting fantasy fairy tale read.

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Queen of Dragons by J.A. Armitage


Queen of Dragons (Kingdom of Fairytales: Sleeping Beauty, #1)Queen of Dragons by J.A. Armitage
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Princess Azia Rose always lived in the shadow of her adopted mother the infamous Sleeping Beauty, but this did bother her as she liked being independent. She has been content to just look after her disabled brother secretly play fighting him with swords behind the castle. Until her parents decided due to an unrest among the dragons she must marry in preparation for ruling the kingdom. The hijinks that ensue after this bombshell is a fairy tale within itself. This story is a continuation of the classic fairy tale of Sleeping Beauty and it is a good adaptation unfortunately just as it starts to get good it abruptly ends. Despite the lack of closure I still would recommend this book to anyone who likes fantasy and or classic fairy tales. The characters are well-rounded and believable. The plot once the introduction of the characters is complete is fast paced and enjoyable. Despite leaving you wanting more, this book as well worth the read.

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Friday, August 28, 2020

Persistence of Vision by Liesel K. Hill


Persistence of Vision (Interchron #1)Persistence of Vision by Liesel K. Hill
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Maggie sees a man on the LosVegas strip and her whole world turns sideways. Strange men try to kill her, weird visions flash through her mind, and she discovers things about herself she never thought possible before. This book is a twisting, turning Sci-fi adventure filled with time travel, mystery, and mental powers beyond belief. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes adventures with a sci-fi element. However, I would highly encourage anyone who reads this book to make sure they have access to the next books in the series because the ending leaves you hanging with many unanswered questions.

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P.A.W.S. by Debbie Manber Kupfer

P.A.W.S. (The P.A.W.S. Saga, #1)P.A.W.S. by Debbie Manber Kupfer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Just before Miri's Omama died she gave her the cat charm she always wore around her neck. Little did Miri know this act of kindness would save her life as well as put her in grave danger. This is a unique coming of age young adult fantasy novel is filled with magical creatures, a dangerous power hungry man, and an element of self discovery that will leave you highly satisfied. Even though this is a series most, if not all questions are answered and the ending does not leave you lost. It does however leave you with an imprint of the characters and a longing to continue their stories. I would recommend this book to anyone that likes shape shifting fantasy adventures or to anyone who is looking for a light read which leaves you satisfied and wanting more at the same time.

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Sunday, March 8, 2020

Review Sands of Eppla by Janeal Falor

Sands of EpplaSands of Eppla by Janeal Falor
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Casandra was blinded by magic and then left alone by her caregiver. She was okay with her isolation because she had the company of a naughty monkey. One day a wounded man entered her life and her whole world was upended. In a world where love was by first sight alone, she was destined to be loveless forever. Despite the danger of being captured and enslaved she set out on a quest wither new friend to find her caregiver, what she finds along the way is more than she ever bargained for.
This is a good book it has a well rounded plot with believable characters. The world is well described and makes you feel a part of the story. It is a great shame that the author has not continued on this would be a great series. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes, fantasy, adventure, romance, This is a quick read that is engrossing and, well worth the time it takes to read despite, being unfinished.

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Review Three for the win by Keta Diablo

Three For The WinThree For The Win by Keta Diablo
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Hollis was friends with one man and loved another. The men were best friends and they both loved her. One was a sweetheart who would do anything for his friend or his childhood crush. The other a bad boy who rode in on his motorcycle and carried them both away. This is a story of love lost and found. Hearts that were broken, then mended again. A game of upmanship with the winner to be determined by love itself.
This book was well written, the characters were believable and the overall story flowed well. The ending left you with a sense of closure even if it was emotional. I would recommend this book who anyone whom enjoys stories with happy, sad endings, battles fought between the righteous and the corrupt, decent romances, or all around good books that leave you satisfied.

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Review: Decadent Deceptions

Decadent Deceptions Decadent Deceptions by Keta Diablo
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

When Olivia's father died, he put in his will that she was to marry a rich well to do man or live under her brother's care for the rest of her life. As a strong-willed woman she could not handle this and decided to take matters into her own hands. The problem was, she did not want to marry just anyone she wanted to marry Morgan, who had been previously rebuked by her father. So she decided to set up an elaborate plan to steal his heart. In this elaborate game Morgan and Olivia dance back and forth trying to one-up each other. Can they both stop playing long enough to acknowledge the love between them? You will just have to read this book to find out.
I highly recommend this romantic, mystery, thriller. The characters are believable, the erotic scenes are woven into the plot masterfully and while hot are not overwhelming. The heroine is strong, the hero a hunk and, mystery killer haunts the pages skillfully with his black roses. This is an all around good pick for anyone who likes, romance, thrillers, mystery, or historical fiction.

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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Review: Season, Unforgettable

  Season, Unforgettable by Keta Diablo
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

All Seasons ever wanted to do was to become a photographer and take care of her grandfather, but the son of a big time land developer may just have the power to ruin all of her plans. The biggest problem is not, whether to sell her land, she would die first, it is whether she can resist the temptation to fall in love with the enemy.
A handsome rescuer, a land deal gone horribly wrong, one life taken another misplaced, and a thriller wrapped in a romance's clothes. This is all tucked neatly in between the pages of this unique novel. I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes romance, thrillers, and books where the bad guy gets what he deserves.

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Monday, October 7, 2019

Review: A Darker Shade of Evil: A Demon and Devil Anthology

A Darker Shade of Evil: A Demon and Devil Anthology A Darker Shade of Evil: A Demon and Devil Anthology by Keta Diablo
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I spy a demon
A phone call broke Cecily's heart, the other half of her soul was dead. Now she must return home because she cannot rest until the truth about her twins's untimely departure is solved. She knows she will have to face Marcel, again, but is willing to sacrifice her heart to dispel all of the lies.
This is a fantastic fast paced short story filled with love, betrayal, and a demon fight that will leave you saddened and breathless. This is well worth the few minutes it takes to read I would recommend it to anyone who likes, romance, demon hunting or an all around good fast read.

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