The Fae Chronicles Book Series

Book 1: Fighting Destiny   

Book 2: Taunting Destiny  

Book 3: Escaping Destiny   

Book 4: Seducing Destiny

By Amelia Hutchins

I must say this book was very different book from all other paranormal books I had ever read. I would normally read either about Vampires or Werewolves not about Fae. It was worth it. I really really enjoyed this book.

The beginning was giving me wiplash and if you’ve read my previously review you would know I’m not a big fan of books were the hero goes with another girl. Although in this book when the hero was with the other girl he was not with the heroine. Also the hero kinda needs certain things in order to stay alive (got to read the book in order to know what I’m talking about). 

The heroine of this book was really kickass. I loved her character, I think the author did a really good job with her personality and the way she handled certain situations. I liked how she woud always help out others and put them first before thinking about herself. Although I think sometimes they would be pushing it. 

The hero of this book was okay I guess. In the first book I really hated him. But then in the developing books I kinda got a hang of him and saw where he came from. I felt sorry for the hero and the heroine’s relationship in the second book. I must say there is a suprise in the third book. I totally called it though (like I said you have to read it to find out what I am talking about).

This book was really good that I am thinking about reading more books from this author. I would recommend others to read this book if your into the paranormal romance with a little steamy scenes in it.



Vampire Romance ( Conversion Trilogy)

           Book 1: Conversion           Book 2: Bloodlines         Book 3: ‘Til Death         By S. C. Stephens 

I really really enjoyed this book. From the first spill of coffee to the moving to a different location and leaving everyone they knew behind.

I can’t remeber the last time I found a Vampire book which I can honestly say I enjoyed so I was very happy when I came across this trilogy. I also like trilogies where there is no love triangle and the hero and heroine is either expecting or have a baby somewhere in the trilogy.

I will say however that some parts of this triolgy was very unrealistic, like the part when the heroine finds out that the guy she’s been dating is a vampire, her reaction was like “really? not shit.” Aside form that I really liked it. It kept me up all night and was the definiton of a page turner.

The hero of the book, who was the vampire, I felt for him. He wanted a different life although he accepts what he is. I agree with him as well as his other family members. He wanted to dwel among the humans just to have some form of normalcy and his family saw no reason why he should when all of their memories will have to be earsed and he will no longer exist to them.

The heroine of this book was a really down to earth type of person. I loved that she understood and accept the hero for what and who he is. I like that she kept her modesty through out the triolgy. She also didn’t change that person that she is although her life changed drastically.

I think the author did a fantastic job and will probably be reading more of her books in the future. Also I saw that there was a fourth book, I don’t know what it is about but I will be looking out for it.

The Kane Trilogy

Book 1: Degradation           Book 2: Separation        Book 3: Reparation    By Stylo Fantome

Mother of all mind blown. I can’t say whether I liked this book or if it was so dark and twisted that I couldn’t swallow the concept of the character’s relationship. If it should even be called a relationship.

Basically its about the small sister(heroine) sleeping with the big sister’s boyfriend(hero) because everyone think the big sister was Ms. Perfect. The big sister caught them and the small sister was like “F**k you all”. She was tired of trying to be what her parents wanted her to be and act like how they wanted her to act. She felt like that was not the person she saw herself. So after she was caught by her sister she called her parents told them and her sister off and left the city to pursue what she want.

Seven years later she’s working at a bar and a part time as a waitress at a hotel. At one of the hotel’s event she met her sister’s ex-boyfriend who she slept with and he pursue her. From there the book took a really non-relationship turn. A turn which I found really depressing. 

I thought somewhere in the middle of the first book where they reconnect that they would fall in love or some smuchie kind of thing. But no. Not even close. They had this open relationship which I find disturbing and the heroine loved hearing about the hero’s escapades. 

If I thought the first book was dark then I was really in for a surprise when I read the second book. The hero made me wanted to drive my fist through his face. He implemented the open relationship thing and when he saw in magazines and online that the heroine was hanging around with a famous sport person he went and did something so degrading that I would’ve beat the shit out of him, wreck his cars and kick him so hard where the sun don’t shine that he could never make it stand anymore.

All in all this was not my type of book. It made me felt terrible. I couldn’t understand their realtionship and refuse to read the third installment.

A Hockey/Wine Mixture

Trying to Score (The Assassin’s Series #2) By Toni Aleo

It’s been a while since I’ve updated my book blog. I’ve been busy but I’ve been reading so I have alot of catching up to do. 

I read this book like a month ago so I’ll review it on what I can remember and also I’ll be rating the books at the ending of each review. I was suppose to do this ever since the first book review but I keep forgetting.

So I found this book a reasonable read. I love reading books where there is a secret baby involve. I love the reconnecting part and the part where both parent falls back in love or realize that they never fell out of love. I don’t know why but something about that just make me get butterflies in my stomach and the “Awwww” moment. 

I loved that the heroine kept strong and stood up to her parents and kept working for what she wanted. Although she lived in a little house with her son and sister she was content. She made sure that her son had everything he wanted and though she didn’t tell her son about his dad she still allowed him to unknownly watch his father’s game on the television. I liked that she worked on her own to become her own person. I also really like her sister for being there and helping her out when her father cut her out. 

The hero of the book was a fairly good person although he made some stupid mistakes that if I were the heroine I would’ve break up with him too. But I think he should’ve told her about his addiction problem from since the beginning of their relationship. 

It was a really good book and I would recommend it to anyone who like books like this.