…who could be working through a particularly vulnerable subject—Sookie’s first love, Bill. (Goodreads) REVIEWERS: Laura & Gemma LAURA I think it would be fair to say that DEFINITELY DEAD wasn’t my favourite book of the series. I enjoyed it, don’t get me wrong, but the problem was I missed some of my favourite characters were either absent or only in it for a few scenes. I also had a bit of a bugbear as for a while I thought I’…

Suzanne Johnson - Royal Street

…lies come from the unlikeliest places, and duty mixed with love creates one bitter gumbo. (Goodreads) REVIEWERS: Laura & Carolyn LAURA ROYAL STREET slowly sucked me in. The first 100 pages did take a while to get going, but the tension building as well as the inclusion of a real life natural disaster was cleverly done. Set in New Orleans just as hurricane Katrina is about to hit, many chapters are prefaced with a real-life news headlines from…

Lover At Last UK

…e most satisfying to witness. The Brothers and especially Wrath, had given his life purpose after being disowned by his family. True, it was not always plain sailing and Qhuinn did have to hit rock bottom before he could begin his journey to redemption. This book solidified this journey by allowing him to finally come to terms with who he is and what he really wants. For this alone, Qhuinn has become one of my favourite characters. Like Laura, I…


…ing vampires, werewolves and things that really do go bump in the night. ( REVIEWERS: Carolyn & Laura LAURA I really did just love this book. But honestly, I’m wondering if all I need to really write in this review is LOTS of naked Eric. Do you need any other reason to go and read it LOL?! Ok, I’ll try to be more serious. This book starts with Sookie discovering a half naked Eric walking down the road (see I told yo…


…y all time favourite books, along with Wuthering Heights & Jane Eyre – to remind me of a time gone by, also I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou, which is incredibly poignant, and Guilty Pleasures by Laurell K. Hamilton, which was my first urban fantasy I ever read so has a special place in my heart. I have so many more I could list…I feel guilty for leaving so many out… Laura : Me too, it was a toughie. I thi…

The assassin and the underworld

…ntinue working for him rather than seek her freedom and when Aroybnn offers Celaena a chance to help free slaves by taking out a new contract she accepts without question. Celaena is blinded by Aroybnn, she looks up to him as a father figure and as his protégée with the lavish and spoilt lifestyle Arobynn has given Celaena has made her egotistical. This is the first book we see Celaena in her own territory and it’s the first time that her persona…


JOINT REVIEW: Lick by Kylie Scott

Lick - Kylie Scott

Laura Lick is my first New Adult book. I had been kind of avoiding the genre a bit because I have completely fallen out of love with YA books. I think it’s safe to say I’m a convert! Let me start this review by saying I thought Lick was awesome. From the opening scene where we see Evelyn (Ev) wake up with the worst hangover ever, to discover she’s married to rock superstar David Ferris and with absolutely no memory of the nig…




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