Genre: Fiction

Book Review: Dream Warrior (Dark-Hunter #16) by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Posted February 8, 2018 by @Angelized_1st in Books, Entertainment / 0 Comments
Book Review: Dream Warrior (Dark-Hunter #16) by Sherrilyn Kenyon

“It’s a new world, brother. And we, the downtrodden, are taking it back.” Dream Warrior continues the momentum from the previous book, One Silent Night, and further propels our characters to war. The main character is the Titan, Cratus. He has been cast out of Olympus for defying Zeus’ order to kill a baby thousands of years ago, […]

Book Review: Blood Fury (Black Dagger Legacy #3) by J.R. Ward

Posted January 19, 2018 by @Angelized_1st in Books, Entertainment / 0 Comments
Book Review: Blood Fury (Black Dagger Legacy #3) by J.R. Ward

“Sometimes, nothing made you feel older and more worn out than the happiness of others. And yes, that was uncharitable—but that was why it was good that inner thoughts were things one shared only with oneself.” The characters from J. R. Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood series cross over more and more as the Black Dagger Legacy series […]

Book Review: Holiday Temptation by Donna Hill, Farrah Rochon, K.M. Jackson

Book Review: Holiday Temptation by Donna Hill, Farrah Rochon, K.M. Jackson

The December book of the month for Mocha Girls Read was Holiday Temptation by Donna Hill, Farrah Rochon, and K. M. Jackson. This novel features three short love stories set during the Christmas holiday. Though each was different, I found them all to be predictable and the writing deteriorated from the first story to the last. Holiday Temptation did not tempt […]

Book Review: Devil’s Cut (The Bourbon Kings) by J.R. Ward

Book Review: Devil’s Cut (The Bourbon Kings) by J.R. Ward

The final installment in J. R. Ward’s The Bourbon Kings series tied up all the loose ends, solved a murder mystery, and gave the characters the endings they deserved. The novel was an engrossing read that I found difficult to put down, despite me wanting it to never end. J. R. Ward captivated me with the Dallas like shenanigans […]

Book Review: The Queen of the South by Arturo Pérez-Reverte

Book Review: The Queen of the South by Arturo Pérez-Reverte

“I ask myself how other people see me, and I hope they see me from way far away.” July’s book club selection was Arturo Pérez-Reverte’s Queen of the South. This novel has been adapted a couple of times for television. The first time as a telenovela, and the second as the American remake which airs on cable. […]