OK! I’m calling it! Malice (The Faithful and the Fallen #1) expired to DNF (at 23%) status on 10-Jul-2017 due to extreme prejudice against boredom. I did NOT enjoy much of the 23% of Malice that I completed. I was bored, bored, BORED and nothing occurred – with the exception… Read more »
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I really enjoyed Behind the Throne but not for (all) my usual reasons. I was a little skeptical in the beginning – Haili IS a runaway princess and that’s trope-y from beginning to end – but this was a runaway hit for me. I like that Haili isn’t a push… Read more »
DNF@45% I’m not really into music – by that I mean I am not an audiophile. I enjoy music and I have a large number of musician friends – who introduced me to wonderful music and informed my rather eclectic taste. But I don’t read books about musicians or music…. Read more »
I purchased my copy of The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms in Sept 2011. This means that The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms qualifies for my 2017 The Mt. TBR Struggle is Real! challenge at 5 years, 6 months. I think I’m still trying to parse my feelings toward my read of The Hundred… Read more »
Publishing Note: The Key of the Keplian was originally published by Aspect which was a division of Time Warner Books. Time Warner Books was consumed by Hachette Book Group which merged Aspect into Grand Central Publishing. The Key of the Keplian is no longer in print but can be purchased… Read more »
My Immortal Assassin is the third book in the My Immortals series but the fourth book I’ve read in the series. I enjoyed My Immortal Assassin but it is not one of my favorites in this series. I’m not exactly sure why but this one didn’t really resonate with me… Read more »
Opening Up was released in June 2015 and I read in sometime in September 2015. And then I forgot everything I read. I told myself I would re-read this in order to review. I lied. I enjoyed Opening Up but not enough to re-read it. I would say that Opening… Read more »
My Immortals #2! In glomming the My Immortals series, I have my favorites (of course). I’m thinking that My Forbidden Desire isn’t really one of my favorites although it is a very good and entertaining read. I think the biggest issues for me was that I never 100% warmed up… Read more »
This is the beginning of what looks to be a beautiful relationship. *happy sigh* I first learned about the My Immortals series via the Alphas Unleashed anthology. I loved the short story Carolyn Jewel included and I immediately went looking for more. And I found it. The more I was… Read more »
This one was a slog. I bought this as part of omnibus based off of a great blurb. I started and stopped it a couple of times but I finally buckled down and read in starting in January. It took me forever to finish this book – it’s not… Read more »