Saturday, August 31, 2013

Interview With Rachel M. Raithby Author OF Lexia The Deadwood Hunter Series


  Published: July 23, 2013

    Book Description

   Lexia thought she was normal, ordinary...

Lincoln thought he'd spend the rest of his life seeking revenge...

What would you do if the person you loved was your enemy?

When Lexia snuck out one night to go to a party, she hardly expected to be attacked by vampires. Much less be able to kill them with her bare hands.

That night triggers events Lexia can't escape and soon she struggles to keep up a facade around her friends and family.

And then there's Lincoln; she finds herself irresistibly drawn to him. But Lexia senses he wants something more dangerous than a simple romance.

Lincoln has secrets and what she learns changes her life forever.

A story of love, loss and betrayal.

Only one thing is certain, Lexia and Lincoln’s lives will never be the same again.






   How many books are there going to be in the Deadwood Hunter Series?
There will be 3 books in The Deadwood Hunter Series; the second is due out Dec13/Jan14. I also have a few ideas for spin off novels from the series with some of the other characters.

What are some of your ideas for the upcoming books?
The next Deadwood Hunter book will focus on Lexia’s darker side and her struggle as she deals with everything that has happened to her so far, you’ll meet new characters and people from Lincoln’s past, you will also learn more about Lincoln’s parents. You will be seeing more of Lexia’s ‘delightful’ mother and probably be wishing you could just jump into the book and strangle her yourself!

I also have a YA novel plotted and in writing right now, this is set in a completely new world full of magic, the story follows Analea; a Seer, her brother Ajax and Rhys a Dragon Warrior, there will be lots of mystery and action in this book too.

Are you planning on including other supernatural beings in the upcoming books?
There will be more shifters, wolf and feline and of course more hunters, some good, some bad! There may also be a few vampires in need of decapitating.

What kinds of books do you read?
I read a lot of paranormal books and fantasy, I’ve also started to read contemporary romance and new adult and I always love a bit of erotic romance. My favourite books are the Harry Potter Books, Twilight books, Psy-changling books, I liked Slave to sensation and kiss of snow best J


Thanks for having me and I’m so pleased you liked Lexia, can’t wait to hear what you think of the others in the series!


Thanks so much Rachel I can't wait for your upcoming books.
Itara

Friday, August 30, 2013

Cover Reveal: Unreap My Heart By Kate Evangelista




Series: Book Two of The Reaper Series by Kate Evangelista

SYNOPSIS:

Only a villain can save the day.

During his thousand year banishment in the Nethers, Balthazar thought of nothing but taking over the Crossroads from Death.

On the day he puts his plans into action, Balthazar finds the Crossroads on lockdown. Death has been stabbed by Brianne’s Bitterness, a blade that slowly leaches him of his powers. In order to challenge Death for his seat and prevent utter chaos, Balthazar is forced into a mission to find the Redeemer, the only being capable of pulling out the blade from Death’s chest. The only person who can identify the Redeemer is a human girl in the Crossroads whose soul is still attached to her body.

Meeting Arianne Wilson pushes Balthazar’s patience to the limit. In a deal he makes with Death, he must protect Arianne during their journey through the Underverse using all the resources available to him. He soon realizes the one he needs to protect is himself. For as much harm as it inflicts on Balthazar's body, trekking through the Underverse with Arianne is proving more dangerous for his heart and soul.

Can the villain remain a villain when love gets in the way?




SYNOPSIS OF REAPING ME SOFTLY:
Ever since a near-death-experience on the operating table, seventeen-year-old Arianne Wilson can see dead people. Just as she’s learned to accept her new-found talents, she discovers that the boy she’s had a crush on since freshman year, Niko Clark, is a Reaper.

At last they have something in common, but that doesn’t mean life is getting any easier. All while facing merciless bullying from the most powerful girl in school, Arianne’s world is turned upside down after Niko accidentally reaps the soul of someone she loves. This sends them both into a spiral that threatens to end Arianne’s life. But will Niko break his own Reaper’s code to save her? And what would the consequences be if he did?




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About The Author:

Kate Evangelista

When Kate Evangelista was told she had a knack for writing stories, she did the next best thing: entered medical school. After realizing she wasn't going to be the next Doogie Howser, M.D., Kate wandered into the Literature department of her university and never looked back. Today, she is in possession of a piece of paper that says to the world she owns a Literature degree. To make matters worse, she took Master's courses in creative writing. In the end, she realized to be a writer, none of what she had mattered. What really mattered? Writing. Plain and simple, honest to God, sitting in front of her computer, writing.

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Feature Follow is a weekly blog hop. For more information and to join go to Parajunkee'sblog or Alison Can Read's Blog This weekly feature is all about meeting new bloggers and making new friends. Post a comment on this post saying that you're a follower and I will follow back.


Q: If you could only have ONE – one book – for the rest of your life. Don’t cheat…what would it be?



I honestly couldn't pick just one because I'm such an indecisive person, but if I had to pick a series: at the moment I'm loving The Lux series. I read the four books that were out in the beginning of the month and I just finished Origins it was so good.

Itara 




Thursday, August 29, 2013

Spotlight: The Bottom Line By SHelley Munro



The Bottom Line



The Bottom Line
Love and Friendship
Book One
Shelley Munro

Genre: Erotic contemporary romance

Publisher: Samhain Publishing

Date of Publication: April 2010

Number of pages: 272 pages
Word Count: 85,000

Cover Artist: Scott Carpenter



Book Description:

Spicing up her sex life sounds exciting…until the fantasy hits the fan.

Love and Friendship, Book 1

When Maggie Drummond buys an erotic romance novel by mistake, she gets more than an unexpected eyeful. She gets an introduction to a world that arouses her to a fever pitch. Spanking.

Her boyfriend isn’t interested in pushing his vanilla-flavored sexual boundaries. Then there’s Connor Grey, who haunts her fantasies like a magical genie. As a source of masculine advice for her and her female friends, he’s off limits. The only safe place to explore her fetish is her anonymous blog.

The recent changes in Maggie don’t escape Connor’s notice. Now that her boyfriend has dropped her, he can finally—carefully—make his move. Given his family history, laying a hand on any woman, even in fun, is a line he’s reluctant to cross. But for Maggie? Anything the lady wants.

As Maggie gives in to the temptation to let Connor add some sin to her life, she finds herself juggling lies, half-truths, friendship and sensual delights. Her job is in jeopardy—and she’s falling in love. Exploring her fantasy is one thing, but she’s beginning to question if indulging her own pleasure is worth the cost to everyone around her. Especially Connor…

Product Warnings: Contains explicit sex, spanking, and the good, the bad and the ugly about friendship.



Author Bio:

Shelley Munro

Shelley Munro is tall and curvaceous with blue eyes and a smile that turns masculine heads everywhere she goes. She’s a university tutor and an explorer/treasure hunter during her vacations. Skilled with weapons and combat, she is currently in talks with a producer about a television series based on her world adventures.

Shelley is also a writer blessed with a VERY vivid imagination and lives with her very own hero in New Zealand. She writes mainly erotic romance in the contemporary, paranormal and historical genres for publishers Carina Press, Ellora’s Cave and Samhain Publishing. You can learn more about Shelley and her books On her website


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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Blitz: American Girl On Saturn By Nikki Godwin

                               

Title: American Girl On Saturn
Author: Nikki Godwin
Release date: August 29th, 2013
 Genre: Young Adult
 Tour: Irresistible Reads Book Tours



Book Description:
The summer after graduation is supposed to be that first real taste of freedom - but not for eighteen-year-old Chloe Branson. Just as that breeze of freedom is making its way into her galaxy, her secret-service-agent dad drops a meteor-sized bomb of bad news on her and her sisters. An attempt has been made on the lives of Canadian boyband, Spaceships Around Saturn, during their USA tour, and the guys have to go into hiding ASAP. The only problem? In the midst of the crisis and media frenzy, their dad volunteered to hide the guys...in their house.


Six-year-old Emery is as ecstatic as any self-proclaimed Saturnite would be, but Chloe and her seventeen-year-old sister Aralie watch their summer plans crash and burn like a falling star. The SAS guys aren't happy with the situation, either. Bad boy Jules picks fights with Aralie about everything from his Twitter followers to his laundry, and heart-throb Benji can't escape Emery's fangirlisms for more than three minutes.

But after the super-cute Milo kisses Chloe during a game of hide-and-seek, she finally understands what Emery means when she talks about SAS being "out of this world." If this is what Saturn feels like, Chloe doesn't want to come back to Earth.


About The Author


Nikki Godwin is a Young Adult/New Adult author. She is a city girl who can’t live without Mountain Dew, black eyeliner, Hawthorne Heights, and candles from Bath & Body Works. When not writing, she’s not-so-secretly stalking her favorite bands. She may or may not completely love One Direction.

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Doesn't this sound so good? Imagine your favorite boy band living in your house! Every girl's dream come true.

Itara

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Blog Tour: Knightfall By R. Jackson-Lawrence






Author: R. Jackson-Lawrence
Published: Self Published
Pages: 310


Blurb:
When his world changing experiment is sabotaged, fifteen year old genius Benjamin Knight is cast into another world where an uneasy peace hangs in the balance.
Saved from near death by a band of traders, he joins the Road Trains on their journey north as he struggles to understand what has happened to him.

However, Ben soon realises that everyone has their secrets and that no one is safe, especially when one man has the power to realise his ambitions. Friends are lost, plots revealed and battles fought as the unlikely companions seek to prevent war.


Author Bio:
When he lost his job in 2012, Robert resurrected a novel he had last touched in the 1990's and finally brought his vision to reality.  With this new series, he hopes to draw attention away from teen vampires, and bring action and adventure to anyone from ages 9 to 90 in an entirely new setting.
Robert Jackson-Lawrence lives in Lincoln with his two children.  He would really like a dog, but so far his wife won't let him!

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Blog Tour: Excerpt From The Hobbes Family By Dan O'brien


Welcome to the first day of the Hobbes Family blog tour. It will run until September 2nd and will feature excerpts and new author interviews each day. But first, here is the obligatory blurb about the novel to settle you into this strange world:

The world had ended abruptly and without warning. How will a family navigate a world that seems bent on destroying them? Follow them in this exciting new serial adventure.


A few questions for the author:


Is there anything you can’t let go of but you know you should?

There was a time when this would entailed a vast list indeed. However, I have become much better at letting the past stay in the past. Right now I just have goals and benchmarks that I want to reach. The past can wait.


Do you remember anyone you hated 10 years ago? Does it matter now?

Not in the slightest. There are few things in life that are worth carrying with you. Hate is most definitely not one of them. I am always reminded of the following saying when I consider carrying anger: “Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die.” ~ Buddha


What makes you happier, forgive someone or hate someone forever?

I would be the happiest if people thought about their actions before I had to choose either of these options. At this point in my life, I would say forgiving someone is better in the long run; this point is, of course, moot if the transgression is such that I could not forgive.


What are you worrying about and what’s the difference if you stop worrying about it?

I am currently worrying about whether or not I will be an effective professor. I am teaching my first 300-level class this fall and I have a healthy concern about my efficacy. Once I have finished organizing the class and materials, my worry will fade away. 



Here be an excerpt for your enjoyment:


The world had ended, or at least slowed for a spell, when the outbreak claimed the consciousness of humanity. There was a brief moment before the proverbial sky fell when many people thought the entire idea was just the shenanigans of the ne’er-do-wells who were pulling a fabulous hoax on the world. The first day brought skepticism and curiosity. Pop culture had engrained in people the fear of the unknown and a fair amount of preparation in the event of anything resembling a zombie plague. 

This sense of a participatory chain of events signaling the end of Hobbes’ civilization was far more abrupt than for which many were ready. People had hoarded and stockpiled. Nary a person could be found who did not have an assault rifle or nail-bat prepped and ready for the staggering undead. 

It was the deed, however, that proved far more difficult for most. Even though necrotic flesh and a certain vacancy behind the eyes announced the undead to those passable as living, it was the possibility that this momentary lapse of humanity could be overcome. This idea quickly faded as the disease spread, claiming metropolitan areas and rural areas alike. 

By the end of the first week, skepticism had turned into panic. Stores were raided and cities were emptied as quickly as possible. 

Roads were congested with cars fleeing to a transient safe haven just beyond the boundaries of memory and the known. The problem with being surrounded by water is that eventually you hit a coast, no matter which direction you drove. Cars were abandoned as power grids wavered and then went silent. Soon, the nights were as dark as the inside of a coffin and the days unperturbed by the sounds of the city. 

Philosophers had for the majority of human civilization discussed what man would be like in this state of nature. Great minds debated the merits and pitfalls of a world unperturbed by the guiding force of norms and mores. It appeared that something drawn from nightmares and the fiendish, albeit amusing, minds of writers who envisioned a world where the rebuilding of a civilization was juxtaposed against a frightening dystopia burdened by moral ambiguity and vagary of purpose. The great apocalypse proved to be a grand thought experiment, much to the chagrin of everyone.





Bio: A psychologist, author, editor, philosopher, martial artist, and skeptic, he has published several novels and currently has many in print, including: The End of the World Playlist, Bitten, The Journey, The Ocean and the Hourglass, The Path of the Fallen, The Portent, and Cerulean Dreams. Follow him on Twitter (@AuthorDanOBrien) or visit his blog http://thedanobrienproject.blogspot.com. He recently started a consultation business. You can find more information about it here: http://www.amalgamconsulting.com/.




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Book Blast: Torch By Cambria Hebert




Torch (Take It Off, #1)

Series: Take It Off 1
Published August 13, 2013

Katie Parks has been on her own since the age of fifteen. All she’s ever wanted is a place to call her own—a life that is wholly hers that no one can take away. She thought she finally had it, but with the strike of a single match, everything she worked so hard for is reduced to a pile of smoking ash. And she almost is too.

Now she’s being stalked by someone who’s decided it’s her time to die. The only thing standing in the path of her blazing death is sexy firefighter Holt Arkain.

Katie’s body might be safe with Holt… but her heart is another story.

As the danger heats up, sparks fly and the only thing Katie knows for sure is that her whole life is about to go up in flames.

About The Author














Cambria Hebert is a latte sipping author of the Heven & Hell series, the Death Escorts series, and the Take It Off series. She loves a caramel latte, hates math and is afraid of chickens (yes, chickens). She went to college for a bachelor’s degree, couldn’t pick a major and ended up with a degree in cosmetology. So rest assured her characters will always have good hair. She currently lives in North Carolina with her husband and children (both human and furry) where she is plotting her next book. You can find out more about Cambria and her work by visiting http://www.cambriahebert.com 

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Doesn't this sound super good, not to mention hot?! Definitely in my TBR pile.
Itara

Cover Reveal: Beyond Control By Karice Bolton






Book Details:

Beyond Control by Karice Bolton
Expected Pub: August 2013


Gabby’s overcome more than most can even begin to imagine, and she’s barely out of college. With a visible scar that reminds her and the world that she beat the odds, it’s impossible for her to put everything behind her, no matter how hard she tries.
As she begins working at her family’s company, she buries herself in the safety of the corporate world. No extra time, no life, no relationships. It’s safe to say she might be a little demanding and overly ambitious. She’s got everything under control, just how she likes it. After all, life is short.
Jason’s been trying to piece his life together after a personal tragedy, only it’s not working. He’s thrown himself into his work, but he’s only becoming angrier. He’ll never forgive himself and doesn’t expect anyone else to either.
When the back of his vehicle is clipped by an obnoxious limo driver he can’t wait to let the driver have it until he hears Gabby’s voice coming from inside the sedan. There’s something soothing about it, something familiar.
The moment she sees him, she knows her life will never be the same. But she doesn’t know why. He’s everything she said she never wanted. He’s cocky, arrogant, and infuriating. With his dazzling amber eyes, dark hair and chiseled features she can hardly remember where she’s going, let alone where she’s been and maybe that’s a good thing. She begins to let him show her what life could be, if she really lived it.
Neither want their past to define their future, but sometimes destiny has something else in store. It’s only as their love grows and secrets are revealed that they realize a devastating connection from their past might actually tear them apart.

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Author Bio:

Karice Bolton is a paranormal romance/urban fantasy author living in the Pacific Northwest. All three books in The Watchers Trilogy are available now, Awakening, Legions, and Cataclysm. Lonely Souls, which is the first book in her new series Witch Avenue, was released in June 2012!

Author Links:


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Monday, August 26, 2013

Blog Tour: Giveaway, Excerpt, Guest Post, and Reviews For Demon's Song And Demon's Desire By Kendra Leigh Castle






The Demon's Desire (Hearts of the Fallen, #2)


The Demon's Desire
Hearts of the Fallen
Book Two
Kendra Leigh Castle

Genre: Paranormal Romance  
Publisher: Covet - Entangled Publishing
Date of Publication: 8/26/13
Number of pages: 225
Source: I received a copy for the tour
Cover Artist: Fiona Jade


This book as well as The Demon's Song contain adult content let me just warn young readers.

Book Description:

He’s as dark and dangerous as the storms he once commanded…and she can’t get him out of her heart.

Dru has spent two thousand years fighting to keep the people of Terra Noctem safe. In all that time, she's only opened her heart to one man, with disastrous results. But when her city takes in a group of renegade Fallen, she finds herself drawn to the brooding and tormented Meresin, despite the fact that he seems to be the least redeemable of them all. When his instability hits a breaking point, Meresin’s only chance at survival is a perilous journey into a place from which few ever return. What he never expected was that confronting his demons would mean risking not only his future, but Dru's as well...and that one stubborn vampire might give him back not just hope…but his heart.

Excerpt From Entagled Online

Kendra's Post

A darkly romantic city, like something out of a fairy tale, deep underground.  A small band of fallen angels, marked for death by Hell and now reluctantly working for Heaven.  And of course, vampires.  These are the ingredients of my Hearts of the Fallen series, and I’m excited to be spending the release day of the second book, THE DEMON’S DESIRE, with you!

The stories in my series all involve Terra Noctem, the magically protected underground city I mentioned.  It’s a place right out of fantasy, a protected city carved from stone and the heart of the supernatural world just out of sight of our own.  It’s ruled by Justin, the vampire king, who is assisted by a council made up of leaders from their respective races.  It’s generally pretty peaceful…or, well, it was, until they gave a bunch of unruly fallen angels sanctuary.  And in this story, the problems one fallen angel has brought with him endanger Terra Noctem in general, and one vampire in particular—Dru, the sister of the king.

I love Dru.  She’s strong, savvy, an instrumental behind-the-scenes force to be reckoned with in the governance of her city and her people for two thousand years.  And despite all the struggles she’s been through in her long life, she’s never lost her sense of humor and appreciation for simple pleasures.  The one thing she’s wary of is romance.  She was badly burned by it once, and the lesson she took from that episode was that eternal love is fraught with too many problems to even attempt it.  Her solution, since she’s not a particularly solitary creature, has been to take only temporary human lovers who are no danger to her heart.  And her resolve on that issue never cracked until the day Meresin of the Fallen walked into Terra Noctem.

Meresin is a character who intrigued me right from the start, before I had written a word of the series.  All of his brothers have what you could politely call “issues,” since, let’s face it, it takes a lot to get to the point where even Lucifer is taking an active interest in wiping you from the face of the earth…especially when you’ve spent thousands of years as one of his loyal lords in Hell.  Meresin, though, is singular even among the outcasts.  He has the power of lightning, able to hurl bolts of destruction at anyone who threatens him—and he often feels threatened, which has created big problems in the city.  He’s volatile, moody, quiet, and tormented by the secrets of his past.  The one person who seems to be able to get through to him is Dru.  She frustrates him, fascinates him, and that goes both ways.  But Meresin knows he has even less to offer than his fallen brothers, and has made a point of keeping his distance, not just from her but from everyone.  That is, until he’s presented with an ultimatum from Heaven that will make or break him.  Forced to accept Dru’s help, Meresin slowly discovers that he may have a future worth fighting for after all.  The only question, as he and Dru make a harrowing journey to confront his past, is whether it’s already too late.

Thank you so much for having me here today, and I hope you all enjoy the book!

Isn't she awesome? A way better description that I could ever right haha. Thank you for a great post!

My Review

I really enjoyed this book. This is the second book I read from Kendra and I love her books. Characters from the previous book were mentioned but some didn't make an appearance, but I still liked that they were included. This book is the a companion novel but also in the same series if that makes sense. I feel like this is a Beauty And The Beast retelling almost. There's this really powerful Demon/Fallen Angel that is crazy dangerous. He has no regard for his life let alone anybody else's. Meresin has the power to command lightning and boy did he like to zap people (particularly vampires that pissed him off). Ever since Dru kissed him as a prank one time, he's bound to stay away from her, but what he doesn't know is that she liked the kiss just as much as he did. They both have feelings for each other but can't find the courage to tell each other. There is a steamy sex scene but I think it was also sweet. I liked the adventure Meresin and Dru went on, it helped them figure themselves out and also learn about each other. I also liked the end, I think it was sweet and perfect for them.

5/5 From me because I couldn't stop reading it, the story was so interesting and I really fell for the characters. I love how they felt about each other and how it all came together in the end. 


The Demon's Song (Hearts of the Fallen, #1)


Series: Heart Of The Fallen 1
Pages: 242
Published By Entangled Covet And Released April 21, 2013
Source: I bought it

Book Description

The road to Hell is paved with good intentions. At least, that's how it seems to Sofia Rivera when her attempt to help a friend ends in a blood-soaked confrontation with creatures that aren't even supposed to exist. With a group of rogue vampires determined not to leave a single witness to their violence hot on her heels, Sofia finds herself saddled with an immortal bodyguard—Phenex, the fallen Angel of Song.

While the vampire king roots out the corruption threatening to take down his underworld kingdom, Sofia will have to deal with a fallen angel whose dark beauty is often at odds with his ornery nature. Slowly, Sofia and Phenex give in to the strange attraction neither can deny. And as the darkness closes in around them, Phenex begins to wonder whether even the wickedest Fallen might find his own happy ending...and his heart.




About the Author:

Kendra Leigh Castle

Kendra Leigh Castle was born and raised in the far and frozen reaches of Northern New York, where there was plenty of time to cultivate her love of reading thanks to the six-month-long winters.  Sneaking off with selections from her mother’s vast collection of romance novels came naturally and fairly early, and a lifelong love of the Happily Ever After was born.  After graduating from SUNY Oswego (where it also snowed a lot) with a teaching degree, Kendra ran off with a handsome young Navy fighter pilot and has somehow accumulated three children, three dogs, and one enormous cat during their many moves.

While stationed in a remote corner of the Nevada desert, Kendra penned her first romance, and a career often spent working in fuzzy slippers and pajamas was born.  Her work has garnered both critical praise and award nominations, but the best part has been connecting with readers who share her love of dark romance (not to mention heroes with sharp, pointed teeth).  Kendra currently lives in Maryland, and can usually be found curled up with her laptop and yet another cup of coffee working on her next book.  She loves to hear from her readers, and can be contacted via email or her Facebook page.

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My Review

This book is the type of book I love to read! It was so great and I really enjoyed it. I read it in two days, it was so addicting and I. Could. Not. Put. It. Down. I was so impressed with Kendra's writing, I hadn't read anything from her before and I was totally floored. This was the first angel book I've read. I love how Kendra doesn't focus on the villain(s) that much, yes they're there but in the background. Sofia has to be protected against vampires who want to kill her because she witnessed her friend being bitten by one. Phenex, a fallen angel watches over her from afar until a vampire gets too close and that's when Sofia finds out she was being watched by someone that's trying to kill her and someone that's trying to protect her. Sofia remembers him from the bar she went to where she heard him sing. She felt an impossible attraction to him. I could only imagine what it would be like to hear an angel sing. Anyway, lol, the characters were funny at times; I heard myself literally laughing out loud. I liked the fact that each of the angels could turn into animals, that was interesting. Phenex could obviously turn into a phoenix and one of his brothers could turn into a snake.

The romance between Phenex and Sofia was great, they had intense chemistry but there's always the question of how permanent the relationship would be since he's immortal and she's mortal. Phenex wanted to be with her forever but Sofia didn't want to be anything supernatural; and there comes the problem and the disagreements.

Oh my God the ending of this book was so sweet and beautiful and I could not get enough of it. Sofia awakened so many different feelings in Phenex, it wasn't just love; it was things he hadn't experienced in a long time and it was so endearing seeing someone come out of his shell and what was left was someone so beautiful. I really have no words and I can't even do it justice.  It was just utterly amazing. 5/5 stars, I recommend this book to every adult because there is come adult content.

Thanks again to Kendra for her post and check out these books among others that she's written. I can't wait to read more of her books.

Itara

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