Showing posts from September, 2013

Games of Fire Airicka Phoenix

So... Spencer... I mean, let me talk about... Spencer... What did I intent to say? Oh, I wanted to talk... Spencer....... No, for real, I need to get a grip!  So, Games of Fire is what comes up on your reading list when you ask an author for the hottest guy she has. She said Spencer was what the girls go for... So let me tell you what YOU SHOULD go for... What the book is supposed to be about:  Sophie has enough problems in her life without Spencer turning her blood to fire, without his eyes freezing and burning her, without his hatred of her. Since his migration into the house   next to hers, Sophia Valdez isn’t sure whether she wants to toss him under a bus or kiss that smirking mouth of his. But even as the temperature rises around them, leaping flames of passion, want and desire,everything either has ever known will be shattered by the lurking shadow hounding their every step, wanting revenge. Spencer Rowth moves to the sleepy town of River Port with his mothe

I'm breathless and fearless - Jesse makes it! (by Eve Carter)

The young, hot professional Motocross rider, Jesse Morrison, knows how to leave an impression. Except lately, it has been bad impressions. Frustrated and wounded, he surrounds himself with women, booze and drugs, until one day, he finds himself in a world of trouble. Kicked out by his brother, he relocates to California for the summer to help his uncle open Rookies, a local sports bar.   In Santa Monica, Jesse meets the one woman who can lead him back on the right path, the beautiful 22 year old, Niki Milani. Only problem, she is not interested. Niki has her own demons to fight. A past that left her emotional abandoned by her own blood, her father. She keeps her heart guarded and finds it difficult to trust a man again. Especially not a bad boy player who is even more messed up than her. However, Jesse never backs down from a challenge. Blinded by a sizzling attraction, he is determined to prove to Niki that there is more to him than what appears on the surface. That he is t

Demigods, hot aliens and broken pasts - all due to Jennifer L. Armentrout

I am gonna warn you right away: this will be a love fest to one Jennifer L. Armentrout. If you're one of the people that now thinks: "Who?" you need to get your mind out of the gutter and RESEARCH!!!! This woman will always be one of my favorite authors of all time! You already know how much I love the Lux series, but I'm gonna give you a few more reasons why you need to start reading Jennifer L. Armentrout (or J. Lynn) right now! The Covenant series (so far) I have actually waited a few months until starting this series. I loved the Lux series so much that I had no doubt that it would be the same with this one. And that's the reason why I hesitated. Once you start a book, you can't unread it and experience all the things you do when you read it the first time. And once you do start, you wanna go fast because you desperately need to know what is going to happen, but you don't want to rush because that would mean the book is over at some point.

Storm Shells by GJ Walker-Smith

“Charli’s stories hadn’t damaged me. They’d captivated and enchanted me.” – Storm Shells by GJ Walker-Smith That’s what I am thinking when reading GJ Walker-Smith’s books. Charli’s stories are like the water on the coast of Tasmania: You dive in, you come back up and still, all you want is to take another nose-dive in. I am a lucky one (probably the luckiest person of the world) and I got to pre-read ‘Storm Shells’. And there is another quote I want to use to say exactly what I think: ‘ “I’m scared, Adam,” I bleakly confessed.’ – Storm Shells by GJ Walker-Smith That’s how I felt when I started reading the book. I mean, we all know we left off with Charli and Adam in a place where I didn’t see a chance for return. Charli was deeply hurt and I have to say, I didn’t have much hope for Adam. Gemma heard all about that… The book already got me convinced with the prologue… Alex always gets me weak. Man, GJ knows how to write a good guy. A