Book Review: Tall, Dark, and Divine (Bagging a Greek God #1) by Jenna Bennett
This story had great potential, but in the end, didn’t quite deliver. I was more enthralled with the secondary character, Dionysus, and his interaction with Ariadne. I would most likely check out his book. Tall, Dark, and Divine is Worth A Look.
August 27, 2013
Book Review: Sweet Young Thang (Theta Alpha Gamma #3) by Anne Tenino
There are several things about this story that make it memorable for me, but the fact that it touches on so many challenges and charmingly handles them all is one of my favorite things about it. Repressed sexuality, bullying, insensitive "sensitivity training", social pressure, vast age differences, etc make this story stand out. What really makes it shine, though, is the chemistry between Collin and Eric and the depth written into their personalities. Once you delve down deeper, neither is what you expect and they make an adorable couple. Sweet Young Thang is a "must read"!
August 25, 2013
Early Book Review: Heart of Venom (Elemental Assassin #9) by Jennifer Estep
Now into book nine of the Elemental Assassin Series, Jennifer Estep is still able to keep me enraptured. I thought the story-telling progressed smoothly. The plotline was suspenseful and exciting. Some of the scenes may be gruesome but that is what I expect in a Gin Blanco adventure. Loved this one and if you asked me what my top Urban Fantasy series were, then this series would definitely be high on my list.
August 22, 2013
Micro-Review: Heart of Rock by Karyn Gerrard
I have mixed feelings about this book, in all honesty. I like the broken man needing healing angle, sure, but he really hits rock bottom at the beginning and it’s hard to like Brogan at all. However, as he’s forced to clean up and he realizes just how bad he’d gotten, he kind of grew on me. I like Carly, especially for how she manhandles Brogan, but she gets reckless with him. I appreciate his transformation and her role in making it happen, but I don’t know how much I liked exactly how it played out. Their love scenes weren't bad, but I think I liked their general chemistry better.
I loved a few of the secondary characters and I’m disappointed we don’t get more of them, such as [...]
"I love your reviews and the unique way you put your favorite quotes in- helps me get a feel for the book. Learning that there is a humorous PNR story out there with such wit that I have not read is s’marvelous!"
~ Sophia Rose
MUST SEE!Singh, Andrews, Briggs, Neill, Bishop: The fantasy giveaway you do NOT want to miss!
Sue “DaVinciKittie” Brown-Moore is a veteran romance blogger, reviewer, and podcaster, and is the primary voice for GraveTells.com. Sue has been shamelessly pimping book boyfriends since 2010 and has won several blogging awards with GraveTells. Sue is also a freelance Developmental Editor passionate about helping authors bring out the best in their stories. She loves reading romance, fantasy, and sci-fi and edits any genre she reads for pleasure. You can follow Sue’s editing blog, with insight and advice for authors, at DaVinciKittie.com.
All reviews posted by GraveTells are our honest opinions. We do not receive payment or compensation for these reviews and, in some cases, use our own money to purchase the books for review. So read on with the confidence that what we say is really what we mean! =)
Subscribe to GT
The latest from: Sue Brown-Moore: Freelance Editor