Read from August 13 to 16, 2015
Synopsis: For twenty years the Covenant between Serenity and Chaos has stopped the war between Heaven and Hell, but left mankind vulnerable to the Demonic.
And warriors like Indigo Black, a Palet, a man cursed with the ability to kill and see the Demonic, have been forbidden from seeking out the evil walking among men and destroying it.
The one time Indigo dare challenge the Covenant to save an a human life, the Church punished him by breaking the wings of his Guardian Angel and lover, Ariel, and cast him out of heaven. Living with the burden of his guilt has cost Indigo everything.
Then the death of a mentor begins to unravel a deadly secret. The Demonic have some how created a Nephilim who has a human soul and is capable of being possessed by the most powerful members of the Demonic Parliament. A vessel who would allow the Demonic to walk the mortal plain.
With the Covenant broken, Indigo must win the battle go protect an innocent who holds the fate of mankind, and win an all out war to save his heart. Continue reading
Read on June 25, 2015 — I own a copy
Synopsis: There is currently no synopsis… here’s one reviewers take: The story is about a teenage boy who falls in love with a mysterious slightly older teenage girl and their annual winter romance over the course of several years.
Bookish Things: 6 pages. The cover screams poor quality and self-published.
Where to buy: Amazon on kindle for $1.44
Told by a young male protagonist, the story unfolds as if he is telling us his memory of the events. It provides a lot of information, but doesn’t show the reader very much outside of what is written on the page.
The whole story is rather sad, with some lovely prose speckled throughout.
I didn’t love it or hate it, but I also wasn’t very drawn to it, which is why this gets only two stars from me.
Read from October 22 to 25, 2015
Synopsis: When Madeleine Bellerose sets out from her English manor on her quest to recover a priceless family heirloom in New Orleans, the last thing she expects is to be held captive by the infamous pirate, Sebastien Le Clerc.
Will Sebastien mend his wicked ways and help Madeleine in her quest?
Can love overcome the lack of trust and the web of lies that is spun in the race to find the emerald necklace?
Bookish Things: 200 pages of ocean-misted, pirate-filled adventures. The cover looks a little ‘home-made’ and could do with a bit of a spruce, but it is quite fitting for the story.
Where to buy: Amazon on kindle for $2.85 or paperback for $12.99. Continue reading
Read from October 12 to 14, 2015
Synopsis: Four young women: Michaela, Sally, Amelia and Lauren. All Australian. All destined to find that the course of real love is not smooth sailing.
Four separate tales touching on a universal goal.
Will career ambitions jeopardize their futures?
Michaela, A gifted student of music, is offered a long-hoped-for scholarship to study in London. Can the budding love between herself and Thomas be sustained over the miles?
Sally, a senior high-school student, finds that love is tested when her fiance begins his medical studies. Will their love survive?
Amelia, whose career ambitions have become a dominant force in her life, finds that married life with Steven is fraught with difficulties.
Lauren, young and vulnerable, finds her life undergoes a steep learning curve as she realises that there is life after a broken romance. Continue reading
Read from April 30 to May 05, 2015 — I own a copy, read count: 1
Synopsis: Remy Galway and her daughter Olivia are rebuilding their life after a failed marriage in a 300 year old cottage in historic Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island. Little do they know, another occupant is lurking in the haven of their own home. Will the After House be their shelter or their tomb?
Bookish Things: 154 pages. The cover is devine. I love it. It’s a shame the story wasn’t up to that cover art. Continue reading
Read from March 02 to 09, 2015 — I own a copy
Synopsis: To Live, is to Die, and Then Live Again. . . This book is not about apocalypse. Nor is it about the invasion of aliens. In fact, it’s not even fiction. Ben Tariri’s Desexed takes you to a place, where you have never been, but always longed to be, a place, where the end is truly the beginning of something breathtakingly phenomenal. As you will see, we all relate to the concept of this book in one form or another. This book is about life, death, and afterlife, and about life again… This could happen, and when it does, we should be prepared. What if the end of the world came in in the form of this?! Continue reading