Hey Everyone! :-)
I just realized that with the craziness of my life and last month's Positivity Blog Tour, I've gotten way behind on posting my reviews of Indie books. So I decided that for this month's #IndieBooksBeSeen 18th of the month Indie book review day I would post all of the reviews I've been meaning to post at the same time! Here you go! :-)
Falling Angels by Jen Winters:
Ambrose was an angel who just wanted to do his job. When the Divine Will asked him to choose a side in the war with Lucifer, Ambrose declined. He was busy and he just didn't want to get involved. What a mistake!! When he wouldn't choose he was cast from heaven and stripped of many of his powers. A guy who just wanted to do his job now had, literally, nothing to do and no where to go. To top it off, the angels who had sided with Lucifer wanted to eat him! How's a formerly nearly omnipotent, celestial being to cope with this sudden reversal of his fortunes? You'll have to read to find out! :-)I have to say, Jen Winters is a wonderful story teller. Kissing Demons was wonderful, and I wasn't sure she'd be able to top it, but Falling Angels does! As the reader follows Ambrose through the centuries and lives with him through his struggles and, yes, even his mistakes, he becomes one of the most humane characters I've ever been introduced to. I'm giving this book five stars, and I can't wait to read the next one!
Lycan Love and Angel Mine By Barbara Chioffi:
What woman wouldn't like to wake up and find a gorgeous guy offer to let her use his body to fulfill her wildest fantasy? Julia is lucky to have such a dream come true when Justin shows up in her bedroom after she returns from a midnight stroll. Little does she know Justin isn't a dream, he's a werewolf! She quickly gets over this revelation, as Justin fills the place in her heart that was left empty when she was orphaned as a child, and finds a new family with Justin and his father and brother.
This is a very quickly read, that is both sweet and spicy. Five stars, and I highly recommend this story for anyone who enjoys romantic shorts. :-)
Jackson is a sexy cop, who cooks and protects. Jeza is a lonely bookstore owner who has lost her family. Both of these people are a bit skittish about trusting, because of bad relationships in the past. But when Jeza needs help, Jackson doesn't hesitate to come to her rescue.
This is a sizzling hot short, and a very easy, quick read. If you're looking for something steamy you can read in an hour, or so, this story is perfect! :-)
Fantazia by Elize Love:
This is a short story and a quick read, but very fun. Elsa, the main character, is every woman, everywhere, who has ever felt insecure or self-conscious about her appearance, or has struggled to balance the need to be professional and assertive against the desire to be open to people and thoughtful. All-in-all I highly enjoyed this story and found it very relatable.
The Vista by SA Hoag:
Transitory by Ian Williams:
Throughout the book there were some areas were it seemed as though what was happening was insufficiently explained or was in contradiction to what was said earlier in the book but again, these did not detract from the over all story arc and I am sure that it is something that could be corrected easily enough in future books. Definitely worth a read and hope to see more books from this writer in the future.
The Adventures of Stupid the Cat by Brenda and Bruce Borders:
The Adventures of Joe-Joe Nut and Biscuit Bill by Renee Hand: