RELEASE DAY – Sacrifice: Laid Bare by SR Grey #Giveaway

RELEASE DAY – Sacrifice: Laid Bare by SR Grey #Giveaway

Yay! It’s release day for Sacrifice: Laid Bare by SR Grey. It’s the 4th and final novella in the Laid Bare series and it’s a fantastic finale. My review for this will be up tomorrow. For now enjoy a small glimpse into this new read and be sure to enter the giveaway below. Title: Sacrifice: Laid Bare Series: Laid Bare #4 Author: S.R. Grey Genre: Paranormal Romance/Erotic Romance Release Date: January 25, 2016 SYNOPSIS Lucien and Dahlia… A relationship that […]

25 January, 2016
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Week In Review #books #reviews #news

Week In Review #books #reviews #news

Happy Friday! I hope your week has been a good one. Welcome to my Week In Review! This week is the last full week the kids on their summer school holidays, and so we’ve tried to make the most of it with lots of play dates, last minute school shopping and a little relaxation. I’ve managed to finish quite a few books this week and have written the reviews for those that I will feature in the next couple of […]

22 January, 2016
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October 32 by Larry Rodness #Review

October 32 by Larry Rodness #Review

October 32 is a surprising read that kept me thoroughly entertained. We meet Alexander who is travelling to a small town called Elora to conduct his business as an insurance salesman, with a few potential clients. After he’s arrived mysterious things start happening and then the children of the town go missing. After that it’s one intriguing mystery to solve and an ending that I did NOT see coming. The story starts off a little slow at first with Alex attending […]

21 January, 2016
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Thoughtful by SC Stephens #Review

Thoughtful by SC Stephens #Review

If you know the story Thoughtless by SC Stephens then Thoughtful should be no stranger to you as it’s the same story, but this time it’s told from Kellan’s point of view. The biggest thing I got out of this book was how emotional Kellan Kyle is. He’s definitely been screwed up by parents who didn’t love him, and he’s written so well that you can practically feel how confused he is that firstly, someone could love him, and secondly, how he feels that they […]

20 January, 2016
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Teaser Tuesday – Who’s Afraid?

Teaser Tuesday – Who’s Afraid?

I’m taking part in Teaser Tuesday this week hosted by MizB at A Daily Rhythm. The book that I’m featuring today is Who’s Afraid? by Maria Lewis. A copy of this has been provided for me to review from Hachette Australia, thanks guys! Hope you like this small snippet of the book that I’m currently reading. Have a fantastic week! ~~~~~~~~~~ Title: Who’s Afraid? Author: Maria Lewis Genre: Paranormal, Urban Fantasy Release Date: January 12th 2016 by Hachette Australia Buy Links: Amazon +Add […]

19 January, 2016
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Fire Me Up by Rachael Johns #Review

Fire Me Up by Rachael Johns #Review

This is book 2 in the Deacon’s of Bourbon Street series and focuses on the relationship between Travis or ‘Cash’ and Billie upon his return to New Orleans as well as his strained relationship with his Deacons brothers after 10 years in exile. It’s a continuing storyline where the brothers are trying to find out who is responsible for the death of their President and father figure – Priest. Billie is one likeable lady. She’s an Australian, (yay!) runs an art […]

18 January, 2016
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Free eBooks – 15 January 2016 #freebies #books

Free eBooks – 15 January 2016 #freebies #books

Free eBooks! It’s been way too long since I’ve scoured Amazon for free ebooks, and I decided today was the day. It’s time to fatten up that Kindle for the new year and perhaps discover a new author as well! 🙂 Here are a selection of ebooks from the romance genre. I use the Amazon US site and these books may not be free or cheap in your region. Prices are subject to change without notice.   Follow Sharon’s Book Nook on: […]

15 January, 2016
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Darkness of Light by Stacey Marie Brown #Review

Darkness of Light by Stacey Marie Brown #Review

Unfortunately, Darkness of Light is a DNF at 26%. I simply couldn’t stay interested in the story-line or lack thereof. It’s hard to tell whether the author was trying to write a Young Adult Novel or a New Adult one as there seems to be a mix of the two in what I’ve managed to read. I know the synopsis says Mature YA but it’s not really working either way for me. Ember, who is supposed to be 18, comes across […]

14 January, 2016
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Deep by Kylie Scott #Review

Deep by Kylie Scott #Review

Deep is the final installment in the Stage Dive series. Ben is the band member that this story is focused around and while we get to know him a little throughout the other books, he was much more of an interesting and caring kind of guy than I expected. This story is told via Lizzy’s point of view, and we see how this relationship is played out along with and a little beyond the timelines of the other books in this […]

13 January, 2016
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The Lost Soul of Lord Badewyn by Mia Marlowe #Review

The Lost Soul of Lord Badewyn by Mia Marlowe #Review

The Lost Soul of Lord Badewyn left me with the first impression of this being similar in feel to the movie ‘A League of Extraordinary Gentlemen’. In a way it did, with its Order of the M.U.S.E. and its extraordinary members, but that’s where it stopped and it took on all its own feel. This story centres around Meg. Her talent is that she ‘finds’. Meaning that her soul is able to leave her body and find missing people and […]

12 January, 2016
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Bookish Home Decor for Literary Lovers #GuestPost

Bookish Home Decor for Literary Lovers #GuestPost

I’m delighted to be hosting a guest post from Erin Vaughan the team at Modernize, featuring some gorgeous bookish home decor that might inspire you. Bookish Home Decor for Literary Lovers Erin Vaughan Once upon a time, all the books of the land were relegated to boring shelves or (shudder!) the attic to molder and gather dust. Thankfully, the valiant decorators of the Internet came forward and released the books out of their literary prison and restored them back to their rightful place as objects of […]

11 January, 2016
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Make You Burn by Megan Crane #Review

Make You Burn by Megan Crane #Review

Make You Burn was a DNF at 49% for me. I simply couldn’t read any more. The reason for this is because I found a complete lack of dialog between Ajax and Sophie to the point that all the storytelling that passed in between the dialog were so long and drawn out that I had to turn back pages to refresh the last thing that was said, to understand what the next piece of dialog was in response too. As for […]

8 January, 2016
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