Book Review: Blood Roses (Blackthorn #2) by Lindsay J. Pryor
Blood Roses was an awesome continuation of the Blackthorn series. Not only are Pryor’s characters and fathomlessly dark love stories fabulous, but her continual world building of Blackthorn blows me away. Blood Roses is a highly recommended read!
April 28, 2013
Early Book Review: SEAL of Honor (HORNET #1) by Tonya Burrows
SEAL of Honor was a good read. There were parts that felt a little unfinished, but I really enjoyed the myriad of vibrant characters and the unique team dynamic of Gabe's crew. I'm looking forward to the next H.O.R.N.E.T. installment to see whose brain we get to pick next!
April 22, 2013
Early Book Review: The Eternity Cure (Blood of Eden #2) by Julie Kagawa
Julie always manages to write gripping, emotional stories, and The Eternity Cure is no different. Even though it's the middle book in a series, it's still compelling and unique. Allie is a likeable and strong heroine who readers will root for to have a happy ending. You can't help but feel for her as she struggles to fight her instincts and protect the boy she cares so much about. The secondary characters are all interesting and have distinct personalities, which ensures no two characters are alike. The world-building in the book is remarkable and original, and the plot is fast-paced after the first few chapters. The second half of the novel is especially captivating and contains [...]
April 21, 2013
Micro-Review: Blood Roses (Blackthorn #2) by Lindsay J. Pryor
I really enjoyed the first foray into Blackthorn with Blood Shadows and Blood Roses did not disappoint! Caleb is every bit as ruthless, unpredictable, alpha, and manipulative as I'd hoped and Leila had a fighting spirit that made her an excellent match for him. One of my favorite things about Ms. Pryor's writing is how she sets the scene so vividly and masterfully so you feel you're there in the moment without being distracted by lengthy, unnecessary descriptions.
Stay tuned for our official full review by Molly!
I'd have liked to see a little more of Blackthorn, however, and the conclusion between Leila and Caleb felt a little unfinished, but this storyline is absolutely [...]
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