Book Review #174: Endangered

Author: Dani Hoots Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Teens and Young Adults Language: English  Series, if any: Daughter of Hades, Book 1 Publisher: Victory Editing Date of publication: 13 May 2016 No. Of pages: 167 Synopsis:  Chrys has been hidden from all the words, within the depths of Hells because of her father, Hades’ paranoia. And he has all the right reseasons to be afraid – not only the fact that his brothers are morally debatable, but his only daughter had a dichotomous power (the power of life and death) that can change the order of world and also the order … Continue reading Book Review #174: Endangered

Book Review #173: Roadside Assistance

Author: Marie Harte Genre: General Fiction, Romance Language: English  Series, if any: Body Shop Bad Boys, Book 2 Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca Date of publication: 6 September 2016 No. Of pages: 369 Synopsis:  Foley Sanders always thought he will be contented with his life full of cars and his family until an encounter with the statuesque redhead Cynthia Nichols. Now he can’t stop thinking about her, doesn’t matter if she has sworn off men and refuses to give him a date.  Cynthia knows she has everything in her life – well-planned business, her numeorus investments. She doesn’t need a man to harp … Continue reading Book Review #173: Roadside Assistance

Book Review #172: Blood Betrayal

Author: L.E. Wilson Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, General Fiction (Adult), Contemporary Romance Language: English  Series, if any: Deathless Night Series, Book 4 Publisher: Everblood Publishing  Date of publication: 19 July 2016 No. Of pages: 233 Synopsis: Vanpire Christian Moore has always lived by his personal code of morals, until a curse from witch finds him looking for solace bed-hopping between countless women. On one such night, he finds himself helpless, kidnapped, caged and at carnal mercy of a woman with eyes of midnight sky and hair resembling sunset. He craves her physically while his blood sigs for her. … Continue reading Book Review #172: Blood Betrayal

Book Review #171: Hour of the Witch

Author: Lorne Patterson  Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Paranormal, Historical Fiction Language: English  Series, if any: NA Publisher: NA Date of publication: 31 July 2016 No. Of pages: 237 Synopsis:  The witch hunts failed. Now the turn of the dice has changed hands. Now It’s their time to hunt.  Death of a sexual predator may feel justified, but being burned due to unnatural causes leads Detective sergeant James McFadden to Haven. To the outside word, Haven is literally a heaven for the abused and traumatised women, but the pages of history reveal a more darker and sinister origin.  Review:  The … Continue reading Book Review #171: Hour of the Witch

Book Review #170: Bullet Riddled: The First S.W.A.T. Officer Inside Columbine…and Beyond

Author: Grant M. Whitus, Thom Vines Genre: Non Fiction, Biographies & Memoirs Language: English  Series, if any: NA Publisher: Waldorf Publishing Date of publication: 1 September 2016 No. Of pages: 131 Synopsis:  Grant Whitus joined the Colorado S.W.A.T. in 1992. His 17 year career spanned the need headlines constantly. Bullet Riddled is his unabridged, unvarnished disclosure of all that happened during his career.  Review:  Well from the title itself you can understand why I would want to read a book named rightly so, especially dedicated to the law enforcement personnels. When the bool talks about bein unvarnished, I expected a … Continue reading Book Review #170: Bullet Riddled: The First S.W.A.T. Officer Inside Columbine…and Beyond

Book Review #169: The Last One: A Novel

Author: Alexandra Oliva Genre: General Fiction, Mystery & Thriller Language: English  Series, if any: NA Publisher: Randome House Publishingg Group – Ballantine Date of publication: 12 July 2016 No. Of pages: 264 Synopsis:  A reality TV show that turns into a nightmare. 12 contestants are sent into the wood with nonprior expertise or expectation. Then corpses and devastation shows up, and no one knows whether it is staged or real. Soon, the race begins for survival in the face of pandemic and devastation.  Review:  This is like a mashup of World War Z and Condemned. I am not a very … Continue reading Book Review #169: The Last One: A Novel