Showing posts from April, 2017

Review: Revelry by Kandi Steiner

Review Post
You know how sometimes you just get to an author over a lot of extra ways? For me it was L.A. Cotton, who wrote a #KUBedtimeStories. It landed me in a group, and after reading hers, I read Kandi Steiner's (HOLY SHIT, THAT WAS HOT!) and decided I needed to stalk her ALWAYS and FOREVER now. Good decision, too, because that got me the ARC I just finished. (Like literally, ten minutes ago...)
First, look at that cover (and no, I'm so not jealous she has an amazing cover like that...)

Wren Ballard is trying to find herself.

She never expected to be divorced at twenty-seven, but now that the court date has passed, it’s official. The paperwork is final. Her feelings on it aren’t.

Spending the summer in a small mountain town outside Seattle is exactly what she needs. The peaceful scenery is a given, the cat with the croaky meow is a surprise, but the real kicker? A broody neighbor with nice arms, a strange reputation, and absolutely no interest in her.

Anderson Bl…

The Chosen (Black Dagger Brotherhood #13) by J.R. Ward

Before I start with my review, I feel as if I should make a big announcement about being back and all that. After all, we haven't been very active when it comes to the reading front, and overall anyway. So I kinda hope to write a few more reviews again over the next months (and hopefully well into net year and so on...) and I want to kick it off with a book that had me 'ugh-ing' so much... :D

Title: The Chosen Series: Black Dagger Brotherhood Author: J. R. Ward
Release Date: 2017/04/04
Blurb: A scorching forbidden love threatens to tear a rift through the Black Dagger Brotherhood in J. R. Ward's newest novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling series. Xcor, leader of the Band of Bastards, convicted of treason against the Blind King, is facing a brutal interrogation and torturous death at the hands of the Black Dagger Brotherhood. Yet after a life marked by cruelty and evil deeds, he accepts his soldier's fate, his sole regret the loss of a sacred female who was never hi…