Saturday, October 21, 2017

Romance Book Review: Leilani Love's Warrick's Hope

Title: Warrick’s Hope
Series Connection: The Dragon Ruby Series
Author: Leilani Love
Genre: Romance, Erotic Romance, Shifter Romance
Publisher: Leilani Love
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Link: Amazon

For 40 years alpha wolf shifter, Warrick, experienced pure torture at the hands of his twin brother to keep his mate alive. Only meeting Hope a couple of times while she was still a child, Warrick not only lives with the torture, but with the knowledge that Hope hates him because she thinks he killed her parents. 

When Hope finally learns the truth, she and her brother help save Warrick. Now he and Hape work to help their pack heal, but still worry that at any time, Warrick's brother can come and take everything they are building away from them. 

I've only had the opportunity to read this one book in the series, and even though I'm coming in at book 4, I really like it so far. Both Warrick Hope are good strong characters. I love their love story. The author has written an interesting background story featuring wolves, dragons and vampires. Even though I've started at book 4, it probably would be better to start at book one. 

No amount of magic can separate those the Fates have bond together.

Alpha shifter Warrick has spent the last forty years in captivity, tortured and replaced by his sadistic twin brother, Gabriel. His only happiness comes by knowing that his sacrifice has protected his mate, Hope. 

Hope has spent years believing that her mate betrayed her and killed her parents. But when she and her brother, Damien, attempt to defeat Warrick and take back their pack, Hope is surprised to find Warrick broken, beaten, and clinging to life. Her mate hasn’t betrayed her, after all. 

Now the two long-lost mates have a chance to rebuild their packs - and their relationship. But Hope struggles to overcome years of misplaced anger and Warrick is crippled by guilt. 

And Gabriel is still out there, waiting for a chance to strike again.

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Romance Book Review: Eye Candy a Halloween Anthology

Title: Eye Candy
Author:  Tijan, J. Daniels, Helena Hunting, Bella Jewel, Tara Sivec
ISBN: 9781250148230
Gere: Halloween Romance, Holiday Romance
Publisher: St. Martin’s Press

Purchase Link: Amazon
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A novella that is part of the Fallen Crest series
Features a wonderfully creepy story of a college co-ed and friends planning a Halloween party when crazy things start to happen. 

Getting Down by Helena Hunting
Friends Amalie and Ruby idea of hosting a fun Halloween party with friends is suddenly changed when the girls are asked to plan a fundraising Halloween Ball, complete with a bachelor auction. 

Unsafe Haven by Bella Jewel
Jade is shy, but when she gets locked in a closet while helping to set up for a Halloween party at work she finally gets a chance to speak with her crush. Having the chance to hang around with him during while decorating is a dream come true, until someone decides to scare the party-goers. 

The Pumpkin Was Stuffed by Tara Sivec
Dad’s decorated the house for Halloween with many clowns. Need one say more. Actually this story is kind of funny as it goes through a Halloween with a couple who are soon to be parents, her crazy family and best friends who are getting married with a Halloween themed wedding.

A frightfully good time! Dive into these Halloween novellas from bestselling authors Tijan, J. Daniels, Helena Hunting, Bella Jewel and Tara Sivec. Featuring stories set in the worlds of their popular series.

Tijan’s Fallen Crest crew are back for a weekend of mischief that takes a sinister turn; all four couples from J. Daniels’ Alabama Summer series gear up for Halloween in their own sexy ways, with a special surprise at the end; Helena Hunting’s characters from Shacking Up plan a Halloween gala that features a few ghouls and witches; Bella Jewel brings the chills and thrills in her suspenseful take on Halloween night; and Tara Sivec gathers the Holiday family together one last time as they try to make this ghostly holiday one to remember—or one they’d rather forget…