Beautifully written and full of emotion, As You Turn Away, have you getting wrapped up in such a gorgeous love story brimming with self-discovery, courage, and bravery.
To All the Boys I've Loved Before, was absolutely sweet, funny, charming, and definitely emotionally charged.
One Past Midnight , is a wonderfully compelling and captivating read that is unbelievably hard to put down until you have practically binge read the entire book in one sitting.
Sinner is a gorgeous stand alone companion novel to this awesome series, that is beautifully poetic and full of raw emotional turmoil.
Monday, December 22, 2014
Reveca Beauregard had long ago been dubbed the Queen of Darkness by the dead. To the living she was known as the Pentacle Daughter, the only acknowledged female member of the Pentacle Sons MC, the most lethal biker correlation known to exist. She was rumored to be a witch. That rumor, of course, was true.
New Orleans was her home, at the Beauregard Boneyard, the safe haven the Club resided within. Only those in the inner circle were as Reveca was—immortal. To be as such you had to choose the life, and the life had to choose you. For either to occur, death came first.
Those deaths came from wars the Sons fought with both the mortal and immortal worlds, as they bent the decrees of the modern lawmen and the paranormal world at large who had no
hope of opposing the dark splendor of their vengeance.
Presently, the mysterious murder of a mortal coupled with the cold-blooded slaying of Reveca’s close friend has led the lawmen to place their corrupt accusations upon the Sons. A
forced barter with a Lord of Death has landed the Club with a soul that is set to rock the foundation the Sons as a whole stand upon.
Friday, December 5, 2014
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It was almost near high noon on the Fourth of July and already as hot and humid as east Tennessee gets. I’d just turned the air conditioner to frigid and was contemplating going back to bed when a tall intruder pushed open the back door and let it bang against the wall.
“Let the games begin,” he fairly shouted. My restaurant partner and sometimes best friend Ted Weber, all six feet four of him, stood in my doublewide trailer’s kitchen. He was wearing purple plastic flip-flops, cut-off jeans and a tank top that read, ‘Can’t Sleep, Clowns Will Eat Me.’ His thinning hair was slicked back like he’d just gotten out of the shower.
“Ever hear of knocking?” So much for going back to bed. “We’re way past formalities, Claypoole,” Ted said, helping himself to a bottle of Bud from the fridge. “How do you live like this, girl?” Ted made a sweeping gesture at my sink full of unwashed dishes.
“Easy for you to say,” I said, slouching down onto the couch. Ted lived year-round at the Mountaineer Motel in Pigeon Forge with maid service, fresh towels and those little packets of coffee provided daily. That is, when Dorie wasn’t pissed off at him. Dorie was the head housekeeper and she and Ted had a thing going on for years. They seemed to gravitate to one another when either ofthem had a lull in their sex lives. “You going to bring me a beer or what?”
“That’s the spirit,” Ted said, fetching another Bud.
Ted flopped down next to me on the couch and handed me the sweaty beer bottle. He picked up a motorcycle magazine from the coffee table and absently thumbed through it. Lately, I’d been fantasizing about buying a bike, specifically, a brand new Ducati Streetfighter. However, no one in their right mind should spend that kind of money on a toy.
“I had one of these once,” Ted said, pointing out a picture of a vintage Honda.
“Dumped it on a hairpin turn. Burned the skin right off my ass. Lucky I didn’t end up as an organ donor.” Ted tossed down the magazine. “Hey, I picked up fried chicken on the way over. I’m ready to roll when you are.”
I had almost accidentally on purpose forgotten that Ted and I had talked about going tubing on the Fourth of July. I’d been entertaining the notion of other holiday activities like hanging around in my air-conditioned doublewide and working out with my TV remote until I exhausted myself and fell asleep on the couch.
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Thursday, December 4, 2014
Best Books I’ve Read in 2014 (Doesn’t have to be released in 2014, just a book you’ve read in 2014)
Tuesday, December 23rd
Best Book Covers of 2014 (MUST be a book released in 2014. Would be best if it’s a book you’ve READ in 2014, but it’s not required)
Wednesday, December 24th
Best ________ of 2014 (Reader’s/Blogger’s choice. Please fill in the blank with ONE of these topics – Villains, Contemporaries, Dual POV’s, Novellas, Adult titles, New Adult titles,
Love Triangles, Couples, Bad Boys or Debuts. REMEMBER: this list MUST be from books you’ve READ in 2014)
Thursday, December 25th
Best Book Boyfriends of 2014 (MUST be from a book released in 2014 and from a book you’ve READ in 2014)
Friday, December 26th
Top 10 Books I’m looking forward to in 2015. (This list should be comprised ONLY of books released in 2015)