Giveaway (US/Int): Getting up close and uncomfortable with Alaskan Fire’s Wereverine Jack
When offered the chance to do an interview with Jack and Blaze from Sara King's Alaskan Fire, I totally jumped on it... even though it involved me having to fly out to the Alaskan Bush in a tiny float plane and brave all the wilderness critters a city girl like me generally prefers to avoid. The interview is below, for those of you brave enough to come along with me and get up close and personal with Wereverine Jack. I also took some time to grill... er... chat with Ms. King, and some of her answers may shock and surprise you. Of course, what fun would an interview be without an awesome giveaway opportunity?! At 13 pages, I know the interview is long, so feel free to [...]
November 12, 2012
Review: The Valkyrie’s Guardian by Moriah Densley
Cassie has spent her whole life feeling inferior to the rest of her kind. She's related to one of the most powerful extra-sentients of all time, but all she can do is heal people. Yet she still has a bodyguard; Jack, the immortal beserker who has protected Cassie since she was a little girl. When old enemies return, Jack knows he will do anything to protect Cassie from harm. What he doesn't know is how much longer he'll be able to keep his hands off the feisty woman who wreaks havoc on his self-control...The Valkyrie's Guardian is a GraveTells Recommended Read!
October 19, 2012
ARC Review: Conjure (Hoodoo Apprentice #1) By Lea Nolan
All Emma wanted to do this summer was draw and hang out with her best friend/ secret crush Cooper Beaumont, and her twin brother Jack. But when they find a message in a bottle, their whole summer becomes a race against time. With Jack turning more into a Skeleton day by day Emma would do anything to help her twin, even become a Hoodoo Apprentice. As her studies help her towards finding a way to reverse the curse, she makes a shocking discovery about the Beaumont family history. With time running out, it’s all up to Emma to break the curse and save her brother. Who needs a relaxing summer anyway? Conjure is a worth a look!
July 23, 2012
Review: Jack and Djinn (The Houri Legends #1) by Amber Sweetapple
Miriam’s life is a disaster; what remaining family she has left in the world wants nothing to do with her, and the boyfriend she’s been with for years has become physically abusive. On top of that, Miriam starts to develop strange, supernatural abilities that she doesn’t know how to control. Then she meets Jack, and everything changes. Jack is everything Ben is not, and Miriam soon finds herself falling for him. Unfortunately, Ben’s not about to let Miriam get away so easily… Jack and Djinn is worth a look!
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