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“That’s the beauty of books. We get to take what we want out of them and it can be different for everyone.” 

― Kristen Ashley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Convicted (Consequences #3) -  Aleatha Romig

 

Claire Nichols is on the run, but not from the man the whole world believes she is running from, or is believed to have been killed by. No, Claire Nichols is running from a woman who she once considered to be the only friend she had had in Anthony Rawlings' house - Catherine. When her once again world crumbles, the whole truth is being reviled and the past is threatening Claire's and her unborn baby's future starts to be a little overwhelming. Will Claire find her happy ever after with a man who used to be her tormentor or will she find her happiness in someone else's arms? Will she ever to he world of Claire Nichols Rawlings or will she be in hiding for the rest of her life? to know the answers to those questions READ THIS BOOK! LOL :D

 

My Thoughts

Okay, to honest I have a really hard time in rating this book. It took me almost a week to read it and it was because I didn't know which way I wanted the story to continue. I'm still not totally convinced that I like the ending and to be honest, without the 1st book - which I actually loved - I would rate it higher, but because I know the WHOLE story I'm not quite comfortable with the ending.

 

 

 

        

Poison Study -
"Everyone makes choices in life. Some bad, some good. It's called living, and if you want to bow out, then go right ahead. But don't do it halfway. Don't linger in whiner's limbo."

Touch of Power (Healer, #1) by Maria V. Snyder

Touch of Power - Maria V. Snyder

 

Imagine having an incredible gift of healing other people by touch. How wonderful it would be to heal people who are close to you as well as strangers. And now imagine being hunted for having that gift.

 

Avry of Kazan has been on the run for last 3 years. Unfortunately she has been caught after healing a child and is about to be executed the next day. Then a miracle happens and he i saved at the last moment by some soldiers who want her to help heal their friend. Everything seems to be to good to be true and unfortunately it is, because the person who she is about to heal is a person responsible for all the healers being hunted and killed, but not only that's not the worst think. If she heals that person of his disease she will lose her own life in the process.

 

My Thoughts

 

Really well written epic story about discovering the right path in life, finding a place to belong, creating new bonds and finally finding love. I highly recommend it.  

 

    

 

Blood Love (God Wars, #4), by Connie Suttle

Blood Love - Connie Suttle

 

Some people may think, that by being a god you can do whatever you want and have all the time in the world to do it. Well, those people would be wrong.

Coming back to life, Breanne has an endless to do list, and time is running out, in every time frame to be exact. While she is starting to get her strength back, the rogue gods are trying to destroy the universe as we know it and start their own regime. Bree, as one of the Three, can't aloud that to happen, and with the help of Ashe, and her mates, she takes on an impossible task. But how can you fight something that you can't find?

 

My thoughts:

I'm probably not an objective person to say it, since I love all of Connie Suttle's books, but this book is so far the best in the series, for me. There is everything you want to find in a book. Action, drama, romance and tragedy. That's not all hat you can find in this book, those are just the highlights. Connie Suttle has created a world (or worlds, which the case may be here) where everything is possible and the reader just can't takes his/hers eyes of the story being presented in such a wonderful package.         

 

    

  

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You're really into a book, when...

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1. Actually attempting to read at work or school without getting caught

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2. Spending your lunch break reading and at peace

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3. Getting to a good part when you should be sleeping

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4. Seeing the time at night after saying “just one more chapter” several times

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5. Finally putting down the book and falling right asleep

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6. Saying goodbye to your social life temporarily so that you can continue your book

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7. Not understanding why everyone else around you isn’t reading!

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8. Talking only about your book whenever an opportunity arises to talk to someone else

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9. Getting to a really good part…

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10. …and sometimes getting to a not-so-good part.

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11. That moment when you’re finished with the book…
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12. …and the joy of starting another.

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