As the title says I am an addict of Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy books. I love discussing them, getting suggestions of great reads in these genres. I also love talking to authors about their works. I also have a problem with cursing so if you don't like it don't read what I post.
Five Stars!! No question. David Michael has done it again! With the perfect combination of action, adventure and emotional turmoil.
The well written character Luke has been through it rough and it is worse when his sister steps in to help. It is worse to him than the trouble he was already in. With the brotherly instinct to protect the only person who he has ever really cared for. Luke is a passionate man who made some decisions that got him in a bind. He fights with all he has to push his beloved sister away. He sacrifices a lot to keep her safe. Well written and well described background of Luke.
Sarah Is also written well with her strong, stubborn determination to help her brother as best as she can. With her spending her growing years away from her brother hurt her to no end, it was like torture. She knew that what she did was right and now that she has the opportunity to help him, she fights him to no end to help. His trouble he has been in is difficult to handle but she has always cared for him and not let him push her away. She is a well written character with a strong will.
David Michael wrote this book with passion. You can tell by the way it was written. The storyline is written so well that you can relate with the characters. You are pulled into the world of the book easily. Couldn't put it down!!
**This book was given to me for a honest review**
Loved this book!! This book has excellently written characters that kept me wanting to read more. A "couldn't put it down" book. Perfect! This was a book full of passion and filled with with a "Just one more Chapter" late at night kind of book. I want more!! Have to get all of these books after just a taste of Rosanna Leo's books!!
I absolutely loved this book! There are a few alphas in this book and they are all at a standoff. Territorial and possesive as alpha males always are. It was written perfectly and clearly. I couldn't put it down. I just had to know what happened next because there was not a dull moment at all. The characters all have their own past issues to deal with, but they are explained well and not drawn out so much that you are reading pages and pages of history. There are insecurities in the chartacters as well as hott passion that makes you sweat just reading it. Bethany Shaw has given you just a hint of whats to come. I need to read the next one because I just have to know what happens next. The cliff hanger has me hanging.
This is an excellent series. It is a can't put it down, stay up all night to finish series. Dissapointed at the end of each of these books because I hated for it to end. Always waiting for the next book in the series to come out.
OMG!! How come strangers know so much about me?!
1. Finding a comfortable reading position is a never-ending quest. Chair or bed? Side or back? In a box? With a fox?
2. On airplanes, you hesitantly flick on the overhead light while everyone else is napping.
3. Paper cuts may look like minor injuries, but the pain can be excruciating.
4. Walking and reading at the same time requires hand-eye coordination only professional athletes have been endowed with.
5. What on earth are you supposed to do with the jacket on a hardcover while you're reading it? Keep it on and risk damaging it? Take it off and store it in a weird nook, never to find it again?
6. Deciding what to read is a choice that presents you with an embarrassment of riches.
7. The typeface and page length of a book can seriously impact your reading experience, sometimes for the worse (sans-serif font is a huge no-no).
8. A book can be composed of the worst drivel you've ever laid eyes on, you're still afflicted with major guilt when you banish it to the "I Will Never Ever Ever Finish This. Like, Ever." shelf.
9. You lament time that you've wasted in the past; all of those hours scouring celebrity Twitters could have been put towards finally reading Moby Dick!
10. Some people count down the minutes until their lunch hour; you count down the minutes until Jeffery Eugenides or Donna Tartt releases their next book (roughly 5 million for Tartt, but who's counting?!)
11. Finishing a book you loved is like saying goodbye to a good friend. You've been through so much together! And while you may see each other again, it won't be quite the same.
12. Forget finding roommates; the most stressful thing about moving is figuring out a way to transport boxes upon boxes of heavy books.
13. You're constantly rethinking your bookshelf strategy. Should you color-coordinate, or take a more practical approach, such as publication date or alphabetization? Or, if you're feeling ambitious, should you tackle the autobiographical bookshelf, à la Rob Gordon from High Fidelity?
14. Your mood is directly impacted by the mood of the book that you're reading; your friends have learned to avoid you during Dostoyevsky months or Bret Easton Ellis weeks.
15. You take found books home like abandoned puppies, chirping, "Can we keep it?!" That'd be well and good if it didn't happen once a day.
16. One does not simply walk by a bookstore. One must poke around, at the very least, and one usually ends up filling one's tote bag with more books than one can carry.
17. "I don't read" is a relationship death knell, akin to "I loathe my mother" or "I enjoy upsetting kittens."
18. You may or may not own two (or three or four) copies of a beloved book. You can't help it, the redesigned covers are irresistible!
19. Laundry day and other important obligations get completely overlooked when you're in the middle of a great, un-put-downable book. "Same shirt Saturday"? Sorry you're not sorry.