Tag: new adult

Hunted

Hunted
Posted 17 June 2014 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review Let me just start off by saying that I am a huge Megg Jensen fan.  I have read everything she has written and loved every bit of it.  This series is more adult in nature than most of the others and it is MUCH darker.  I love every single moment of it! Hunted […]

White Trash Zombie Apocalypse

White Trash Zombie Apocalypse
Posted 7 May 2014 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review I can’t get enough of this series!  I love Angel, our white trash zombie.  I love everything about her as a character.  She’s fantastically flawed, fantastically damaged, and fantastically honest and true to herself. Marcus, Marcus, Marcus.  The on-again, off-again love interest.  Sometimes I love him, sometimes he annoys me.  In the first […]

Even White Trash Zombies Get the Blues

Even White Trash Zombies Get the Blues
Posted 7 May 2014 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review Hands down, Angel Crawford is one of the most unique protagonists I have ever read.  She is so incredibly flawed, yet true to herself, that I cannot help but love her.  She is smarter than she gives herself credit for, clearly a product of a lifetime of being told that she is a […]

My Life as a White Trash Zombie

My Life as a White Trash Zombie
Posted 7 May 2014 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review I absolutely love this book!  It is irreverent, gritty, raw, and yet filled with characters that are still sympathetic.  The main character isn’t just flawed… she is damaged.  Yet, even with all of that, there is a lot of snarky humor that I would not have not expected. In a weird way, this […]

Madly & the Jackal

Madly & the Jackal
Posted 24 April 2014 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review Hands down, this is my favorite Madly book so far!   There was so much to this one and I couldn’t put it down. Like everything I have read by this author, the writing just grabs me!  Everything she does is beautifully written and this is no exception.  There is so much emotion, regardless […]

Madly & Wolfhardt

Madly & Wolfhardt
Posted 24 April 2014 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review Madly & Wolfhardt is the second installment in the new Madly series, the first full-length novel.  Mermaids and werewolves, traditional lore mixed with new mythology… fantabulous! I loved the first novella, but the story really begins in this book.  I love, love, LOVE old lore remixed into something new.  We have a bit of Red Riding […]

Madly

Madly
Posted 23 April 2014 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review This novella is the start to the brand-new Madly series, a mermaid series that blends threads of traditional lore with new mythology.  I love mermaid-themed stories and this one was really fun.  At 53 pages, it is a short read,, but it is a great introduction to the world of Madly! Fairy tales are […]

The Forgotten Ones

The Forgotten Ones
Posted 18 April 2014 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review I am a sucker for all things Celtic and faery, so I was excited to find this book.  There is no denying the fact that the cover is gorgeous and it drew me right to it.  But it was the words inside that kept me reading! Allison and Ethan… I loved the tension […]

Fractured Innocence

Fractured  Innocence
Posted 7 April 2014 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review Fractured Innocence is the fantastic sequel in the IFICS series.  It is is sci-fi, dystopia, romance, and thriller all wrapped up in one cyborg package.  It is also a far darker and more intense read than was the first, Freak of Nature.  In this book, Kaitlyn has come into her own and living her new life in […]

Freak of Nature

Freak of Nature
Posted 7 April 2014 by Kim in Book Review / 0 Comments

My Review I am a big fan of Julia Crane’s writing.  There is a lovely flow to it and the characters are wonderful.  I read her Keeghan’s Chronicles series last summer and was mesmerized by her style of writing.   The world of the IFICS series is very different from that of Keeghan’s Chronicles, but no less engaging.  Where the […]