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Book 65: She’s No Faerie Princess

15 Mar

she's no faerie princessShe’s No Faerie Princess (Novels of the Others #10) by Christine Warren

This book was awesome.  I’ve been on a YA wave lately, so I was getting an urging for a good romance novel.  And this book surely delivered.  It had a Kelley Armstrong’s Women of the Otherworld vibe, so of course I enjoyed it.  It combined the supernatural and romance in a way that was easy to read. (I was too eager to read it, as I was caught reading during working hours. woops) And it only took 34 pages before the characters acted on their lust.  Either I’ve been away from these too books too long, or those scenes are coming faster that I remember. haha. But having this little peak into the world, I look forward to reading the other books in the series.  Unfortunately that might be awhile.   As I will talk about in a future post, I’ve made the switch to the kindle, to satisfy my reading needs, but still being poor only buy the free books, or on sale books. I took a trip to the English bookstore in Seoul a couple weeks ago, and got this on sale, a real paper in your hands book, but the ebooks of the series are still too pricey for me. 😦 But I’ll get to them eventually!

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“It wasn’t her fault that every time they touched, magic just happened.” (117) AHHHHHH. the chemistry.

Her voice stayed serene and quiet, but no one could mistake the steel in it. (169) This is what I aspire to.  Most people who know me would describe me as quiet and/or serene, but I can’t pull the steel/don’t question me quite yet.

~E

Book 58: Broken

21 Jul

brokenBroken (Women of the Otherworld # 6) by Kelley Armstrong

 

In the sixth installment we jump back to Elena and Clay. And She’s preggers!! So cute. One of the things I love about this world, is all the cross appearances of characters. Here we get Jaime, coming to help with her necro powers, and to you know oogle Jeremy. And some introductions to Zoe, haha her hitting, repeatedly, on pregnant Elena priceless. The story was interesting, but as always the girls gotta save the day. Whoop go Jaime, controlling the bad zombies, and Elena being well Elena.

 

~E

Book 14: Bitten

14 Jan

bitten.kelleyarmstrongBitten by Kelley Armstrong

 

Werewolves. Awoooooooooooo. Man I wish I was as cool as Elena. She can kick-ass. And she knows it. This is the first of the Women of Otherworld Series, and if this is any indication of the rest of the novels, I can already see myself loving them. I’ve read a fair share of werewolf stories, but this had to be the first where the Alpha of the pack was not the love interest. I appreciate Armstrong’s presentation of the pack, the way she portrayed their interactions was one of my favorite aspects about the book. The fighting, the love, the loyalty, and trust. Ahh family. But alas, to the hopeless romantic in me, family does not hold a candle to lurve.  But what I wouldn’t give to have my very own Clayton, waiting for me. * sigh* This book has enough action, adventure, and romance to get my stamp of approval, and has piqued my interest into reading the sequels.

 

~E

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