This is the third book of Elle Kennedy’s dystopian series, Outlaws and the action has kicked up. Claimed (Book 1) was our introduction to this new society, and Addicted (Book 2) started giving us more in depth look at the characters in the various groups. Not only is this a dystopian series, it is also […]
Publishers Archives: Berkley
I always love me some Nalini Singh, no question. Yet, this story lacks the excitement of most of the novels in the Guild Hunter series.
This new series by Samantha Young left me waffling. It has many things to like about it but it also gave me deja vu of her prior series. I will need to read another book or two from her to see where I stand with this series and with this author.
J.D. Robb’s In Death series is a must read for me. Even after 43 books, I still can’t wait to see how the relationships continue to build.
This was a very interesting premise for a new series. The only issue I had was in the writing style. While quirkiness in a first person novel can be funny, when everyone is doing it, it becomes tiresome.
This story wasted time on romance issues which took away time from an actual story and then left the romance issues hanging unresolved after taking away from the plot. Best I can give this story is a great big “MEH!”
I thought I might go back and try to finish this one but I was so uninterested in this story, it was time to admit defeat.
Anne Gracie saved the best for last. Daisy and Flynn overcame their humble backgrounds to fulfill their dreams and in doing so stumbled upon a love one dreamed of and one never dreamed could happen.
This story was an absolute treat for Psy-Changeling fans. Nalini Singh strikes a perfect balance in Allegiance of Honor for her ensemble psy-changeling cast.
Of course the story Ain’t She Sweet is about the one Abbott sibling who is always contrary and competitive. Unlike her laid back sibs, Charley doesn’t want the HEA that her parents have. Who wouldn’t want a Tyler of their very own?