Thursday, April 24, 2014

Wild Ways: The Justiss Alliance Series

Wild Ways: The Justiss Alliance Series by Tina Wainscott

This title will be auto-delivered to your Kindle on May 13, 2014.

The Justiss Alliance returns in USA Today bestselling author Tina Wainscott’s novel of outlaws and daredevils, as the search for a missing woman forces two brave souls to tap into their wild side. 
When her sister, Diana, rides off into the sunset with a member of the Kings of Chaos motorcycle gang, Mollie Reagan is beyond worried. Two weeks later, a desperate call from Di is abruptly cut off, launching Mollie on a dangerous search.

Before Julian Cuevas receives his first assignment for the Justiss Alliance, he finds one of his own: a beautiful, courageous woman looking for her sister in the dark world of violent criminals. Soon Mollie’s mission is Julian’s mission—one he’d give his life for.

Mollie is used to going it alone. Trusting one stranger is hard enough, but Julian brings a whole team from the private “security” firm he works for. The sexy SEAL is living proof that some peoplecan be counted on, even if her savior is a well-armed world-class sniper riding in on his Harley. From head to toe, Julian is a lethal weapon—and now he’s taking aim at fulfilling Mollie’s every desire.

Wild Ways (Justiss Alliance, #2)Wild Ways by Tina Wainscott
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I have to say, I liked this book sooooo much better than the first one. Yes, I liked the first one, but damn, how can you go wrong with a sexy badass SEAL and bikers?! Yes, this story has a great plot, lots of action in and out of the bedroom and was a great thrill ride. I didn't want it to end, but all I can do is hope the next boys come out with their stories soon! You need to read this series!

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Seduced by The Game

Seduced by The Game by Toni Aleo, Cindy Carr and Cassandra Carr, Jami Davenport, Catherine Gayle, Jaymee Jacobs, V.L Locey, Bianca Sommerland and Nikki Worrell

Monday, April 7, 2014

The Perfect Lie

The Perfect Lie by Joshua Slate

Clonmac's Bridge: an archeological mystery

Clonmac's Bridge: an archeological mystery by Jeffrey Perren

A maritime archaeologist raises a medieval monastery span from the mud of the River Shannon, sunken for 1,200 years... and finds it perfectly preserved. 

What could account for this astounding longevity? Why are his colleagues and the Church so desperate to prevent him learning the secret? And why is his consummate lover his greatest enemy? 

Griffin Clonmac will go through hell to find out. 

He won’t go alone. Inspired by a real discovery, Clonmac’s Bridge shifts between contemporary times and 9th century Ireland. It tells the story of two men who struggle against envy and mediocrity — a millennium apart — aided only by a loyal helpmate and an unconquerable will. 

An archaeological thriller, a love story, and a pensée on society then and now, Jeffrey Perren fans are sure to find this latest novel his best yet.

Clonmac's BridgeClonmac's Bridge by Jeffrey Perren
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Alright, the book is interesting, to a point.
Let me start by saying, if I had not been offered a copy for a review, I would have never picked this book up. The cover does nothing to grab my attention.
That being said, as I began reading, it was better than I expected. The story flows well, the characters are likable, but the author should steer clear of romance. You can tell it's not their forte.
When it came to the conspiracy of the story, the plot, it was thick and held your interest, sometimes. The beginning drags a little. You have to trudge through it to get to the juicy parts. But once it starts moving, it's great! Honestly, maybe if the author gets a copy editor to hash out stuff that is unnecessary and maybe guide them a little in the romance area, this book could be a 5 star book. Maybe also consider brightening the cover. It's dark and the title just blends in too much. I say give this book a chance. It's a nice long story that will give you a nice alternate reality for a few days!

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