Book Review | Lost in Time by Alyssa Richards

Title: Lost in Time

Author: Alyssa Richards

Series: The Fine Art of Deception #3

Age: Adult

Genres: Paranormal Romance, Time Travel

Publication Date: November 28, 2016

Source: Review copy provided.

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Searching for the answers she needs, will Addie lose everything she has? 
Adeline “Addie” Montgomery is searching for the truth. As she and Blake travel back to 1922, she expects her nemesis Otto is behind a string of art forgeries. The only problem is that the villain has completely disappeared. Addie must now find Otto without blowing her cover to keep the past intact, as long as a lover from a past life doesn’t get in the way… 
Blake Greenwood wants nothing more than to catch Otto and return to the present with Addie, the love of his life. When his mother goes missing as well, he leaves Addie alone with his half-brother to save his family. As the future begins to change in unexpected ways, Blake and Addie begin to question everything. Can they find Otto and save their relationship before what they had disappears for good? 
Lost In Time is the third book in an absorbing series of paranormal romance time travel novels. If you like museum capers, psychic powers, and romance that’s both steamy and sweet, then you’ll love Alyssa Richards' thrilling conclusion to the Fine Art of Deception Series.

My Rating: 

Quote(s) I Like:
"You don't protect a living thing by shoving it away someplace. That's what a relationship is -- it's living, breathing thing with a heartbeat. It has needs -- viable needs -- like kindness and togetherness and nurturing and...connection, for God's sake! And just like any other living thing, when it doesn't get what it needs for survival, it dies." - Addie


Book Review | Pretty Bird by Olivia Howe

Pretty Bird Pretty Bird by Olivia Howe
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I received a copy of this book for free in exchange of an honest review.

This is my first novel from Olivia Howe, so I wasn't sure what to expect. I knew going into it that it would an interested suspense novel since the synopsis gave me that feel. I am blown away with how good this novel really was. I normally don't read many suspense novels because they can get boring, but this one was far from it. The writing and characters were all so intriguing. I was gripped from beginning to end.

The story follows Kenna after she loses her boyfriend in a freak plane crash. That plane crash kills everyone on board. A total of 150 people are dead. She is the only survivor and now has to manage and move on with her life. Things are bad until someone tries to kill. That makes everything worse and forces Kenna to find out the truth behind the plane crash.

Finding out the truth was far from easy for Kenna. Underneath the layers of deceptions and lies, she beings to learn the truth about the crash and her beloved Derrick.

One thing I can say about the writing is that Olivia Howe really took the time to really get those feelings and emotions Kenna had to jump out of the book and on to me as a reader. I really felt a connection with everything Kenna did, said and felt.

Good, old Detective Nathan was an awesome addition to the story. He was the shoulder Kenna needed to lean on. He did try to use her, but when he learned that she knew nothing more about Derrick he worked with her to find the answers.

I loved everything about this book and totally can't wait to read more from this amazing author.

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Book Review | Darkchylde by R. Queen

Title: Darkchylde

Author: R. Queen

Series: The Ariel Saga #1

Age: Young Adult

Genres: Paranormal, Horror

Publication Date: October 31, 2016

Publisher: Curiosity Quills Press

Source: Review copy provided

Purchase: Amazon 

Ariel Chylde is haunted by horrible dreams, and on her eighteenth birthday sheds her skin as the nightmares emerge to act out her deepest, darkest impulses.

But before Ariel can save her small town from the terror of her dreams,
she must first save herself from the sinister secret of her subconscious.

A secret guarded by unspeakable evil.

My Rating: 

My Thoughts:
I wasn't sure what to rate this book because it really dragged for me and the characters were a bit strange, but I'm definitely giving this 3.5 stars. Why? As much as I tried to love this book and really get into it, I just couldn't. I felt detached from the characters which made the story boring for me. However, I enjoyed the dark fantasy aspects and the dreamlike state this book took place in.


Book Review | His Esclava by Jessica Ingro

Title: His Esclava

Author: Jessica Ingro

Series: Standalone

Age: Adult

Genres: BDSM, Dark Romance, Erotica

Publication Date: November 17, 2016

Source: ARC provided

Purchase: Amazon 

A slave to his needs.
A slave to her own heart.

Billionaire Eduardo Mendoza has needs—needs that only a slave can meet. 
And Chloe Valentine has desires—desires that only a master can fulfill.

A common craving for dark pleasure and ecstasy binds them. But when Chloe moves halfway across the globe to fulfill Eduardo's exotic fantasies, will reality live up to her sinfully erotic dreams?

My Rating: 

My Thoughts:
If you're not one for dark bdsm novels then this is not for you. I on the other hand enjoy them. This is my first book from Jessica Ingro and I was blown away by it. The story, though short, had sch good promise. I really hope there is more to it.


Book Review | Somewhere In Time by Alyssa Richards

Title: Somewhere In Time

Author: Alyssa Richards

Series: The Fine Art of Deception #2

Age: Adult

Genres: Paranormal Romance, Time Travel

Publication Date: December 8, 2015

Source: Review copy provided

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One woman.
Two choices.
Love or family?

Finding the man of her dreams, Adeline Montgomery is finally ready to spend her life with Blake Greenwood. But happily-ever-afters aren’t in the cards for a woman who deals with the dead on a daily basis.

Forced to team up with her greatest enemy, Addie must embrace her gift—in order to save those she loves. Desperate to uncover the truth behind her father and grandfather’s disappearances, Addie delves further into the past—confronting the demons of her background. The deeper she digs, the closer she comes to destroying everything she’s ever hoped for. Torn between her loyalty to her family and her love for Blake, Addie must choose between the two. One touch could break them all… 

My Rating: 

My Thoughts:
Oh my -- this was just as good as the first book, but with a lot more secrets, dramas and truths revealed. Alyssa Richards has created such an amazing story which such gripping characters. The plot, obsessions and the secrets were so profound.
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