Dammit, Cole, why do you have to do this to me? Here come the waterworks.
Roles are reversed. Grace is now a wolf and Sam is human. He struggles with not have Grace around as she struggles to hold onto her human memories enough to find him. An aerial hunt is on for the wolves of Mercy Walls and those who can remain human must find a way to stop the hunt or move the wolves before they are all slaughtered. New alliances must be formed and old ones broken to do what’s best for the people they love. Continue reading “Review: Forever (Wolves of Mercy Falls #3)”
Okay, yeah, I’m pretty much in love with this series.
The fever saved Sam, but Jack wasn’t so lucky. Sam and Grace have been able to enjoy their winter together without the worries of turning because of the cold. But other dangers await outside of Boundary Wood, not all of which will be as forgiving as the winter. Continue reading “Review: Linger (Wolves of Mercy Falls #2)”
Another book that only took me a day to finish. I hope non of my teachers actually said anything important because I was not paying attention in any classes, I was just reading this incredible book.
Grace has always watched her wolf lurking in the shadows of the woods behind her house ever since she was attacked by the pack when she was a little girl. She looks forward to winter because that is the time she knows her wolf will always be there, watching, waiting until he appears at her doorstep in human form. Grace must keep the secret of the wolves safe and make sure the new and volatile wolves do the same. Continue reading “Review: Shiver. (Wolves of Mercy Falls #1)”
I am actually so surprised that I didn’t cry reading this book. I honestly thought there would be waterworks and I am both relieved and disappointed at the lack of tears.
As the new leader of the Black Hand’s army, Nora must fight to avoid war with fallen angels, navigate around archangels and deal with the mounting resistance within the Nephilim as dictated by her oath to Hank Millar. She must come to terms with her newly-made pure-blood Nephilim body and deal with deceit and unrest at every turn. Continue reading “Review: Finale. (Hush, Hush Book 4)”
I finished this book in one day. I think it’s pretty safe to say that I enjoyed it a lot, because I have done pretty much nothing but read this book for 24 hours.
Nora finds herself alone in a cemetery with no idea of what has happened to her for the last five months. She discovers that she has been held captive for eleven weeks but can’t remember anything about it or the months leading up to her kidnapping. She is thrust back into the world of fallen angels and Nephilim without any of her prior knowledge to help her. Old enemies become friends and friends can’t be trusted as she fights to retrieve her lost memories. Continue reading “Review: Silence. (Hush, Hush Book 3)”
This may well be my first book review that isn’t just me gushing over an amazing book because, to be honest, most of this book wasn’t amazing. Don’t get me wrong, it wasn’t in any way a bad book, it just turned more into a romance drama than the fantasy that I was promised.
Nora is haunted by the ghost of her father and she finds it hard to trust even those closest to her. She discovers secrets from her past, her mother’s past, and those of her closest friends. Continue reading “Review: Crescendo. (Hush, Hush Book 2)”
Pride is a beautiful thing. To be proud of something is to believe that it is right and has power.
After the recent shooting at Pulse in Orlando, I was reminded of the pride I have for my community. The LGBT+ community is an amazing place that can be so accepting to anyone who needs it. We are also ferocious in protecting other members of our community. Unfortunately we can’t always protect everyone from everything as the world found out this weekend. Continue reading “The Power of Pride.”
I read this book a long time ago and have only just re-read it. I loved it, maybe even more than the first time. It’s hot, scary, and dark and a really good, easy read. I finished it in a bit over a day because I was so hooked on it. Continue reading “Review: Hush, Hush.”