Featured Early Book Review: East of Ecstasy (Hearts of the Anemoi #4) by Laura Kaye
Easy of Ecstasy is hands down Laura Kaye's best work to date and a ride so intense and shocking it will have you sobbing over your e-reader. This story is the epitome of great, entertaining storytelling, and that doesn't always mean a happily-for-every-good-guy-ever-after. What makes EoE such a satisfying conclusion to an already stellar series is the care and patience that went into crafting and placing the pieces of the overall story. Every character has a healthy backstory and something both at risk and to fight for. Losses and sacrifices keep the events believable without becoming overwhelmingly traumatic for the readers. I didn't want it to end but I couldn't bear for it to go on, [...]
September 25, 2013
Book Tour & Giveaway (US/Int): Author Jennifer Lynne on menage goodness and how many bodies are too many
Please help me welcome author Jennifer Lynne to GraveTells today!
Thanks so much for having me to visit today!
When you read a ménage story, is there ever a point at which there are too many bodies in the mix?
There are so many options in this sub-genre of erotic romance – MMF, FFM, MFM, MFMM, MFMF, FMMMMM and the list goes on, potentially forever! But where does it comfortably stop, for those who read ménage? I’d love to hear your thoughts on this!
September 18, 2013
Cover Reveal: Meet Devlin from Laura Kaye’s upcoming East of Ecstasy, the final chapter in her Hearts of the Anemoi saga
The thrilling and heart-breaking Hearts of the Anemoi series is finally drawing to a close...
Annalise Fallston made peace with postponing her big-city dreams to care for her ill father, but lately she’s been filled with a restlessness not even her beloved painting dispels. Worse, the colors don’t speak to her as they always have, and all her efforts produce dark, foreboding images of a dangerous man and a terrifying future.
Devlin Eston, black-souled son of the evil Anemoi Eurus, is the only one who can thwart his father’s plan to overthrow the Supreme God of Wind and Storms. But first, Dev must master the unstable powers he’s been given. Distrusted and shunned by his own [...]
August 28, 2013
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.
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.
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