Monday, September 16, 2019

Dark Blood

Written by:Nikki Hayes

This book follows Natasha, who is mostly known as "Tash". She does surveillance jobs for her "boss" Tobias. She lives in a town named Ridgeview. Usually the jobs are pretty easy and straight forward, but not always. The latest job she gets sent on is a doozy, though it wasn't supposed to be, it should have been easy.

This book world is being in he future in the year 2040.

A disease, nicknamed the Scourge, ravaged the country. The population has not yet recovered from those losses. Mentality, instability, and weird occurrences come into the light. These happenings are what made a Paranormal Crimes Unit to be formed.

I will say there are some parts of this story that are in dire need to have more details in them to explain what was going on and why.

I did enjoy reading this book over all though, but because of so much that was lost within the story where scenes should have been extended and not rushed as they were, there are quite a few blanks that I dislike.

I received a free copy of this e-book free and am giving it an honest review, of my thoughts.


Book Description:

Friends call me Tash. The world calls me loser. No one knows I possess a deadly magic.

It was supposed to be a simple surveillance job, just like the zillion others I had run for my tough-guy benefactor, Tobias. An hour into it, I'm sitting with a dead body after barely surviving a warlock's rampage. I thought things couldn't get any worse, but what did I know? Running point for Tobias or being witness to a murder was the least of my worries.

Now I've been blackmailed into working with sexy paranormal cop Ian, and I must help him find what the warlock is up to before he destroys whatever is left of our world. A piece of cake, right? Sure, if you ignored the dark magic I was born with.

I just might save the world from a warlock's evil plans, but can I save it from the darkness that lies within me?

Sunday, September 8, 2019

Unstable Orbit

Written by:R. Parr

This is a very cute and interesting read, when you begin this book what you read will have some twists and turns that you won't see coming. I loved this book from start to finish. It didn't linger in areas or make them go by too fast, they shows just enough. The few pictures in the book were intriguing and added a small surprise element while you read. This book would be a great read for all genders in my opinion cause it has a little of something for everyone in it.

I received a free copy of this e-book free and am giving it an honest review, of my thoughts.


Book Description:

Silver Jennings is a paralegal who likes things to be organized, including her sock drawer. She finds herself out of her comfort zone when she appears on TV show Cupid in Control and wins a romantic holiday with Mark the woodworker.

Mark is a complete Neanderthal who looks terrible in a suit and refuses to put the cap back on the toothpaste properly, the jerk. He is not Silver’s type at all. Not that Silver wants a relationship, after her ex-boyfriend broke her heart. But perhaps Silver and Mark have more in common than at first glance. Could friendship at least be on the cards?

Of course, they have to survive the holiday first, which is being filmed by a camera crew eager to capture every embarrassing personal flaw.

Then there’s Silver’s secret past, which she’d really rather not discuss. Although some secrets just seem to get dragged out into the open…

Sunday, September 1, 2019

Sorry I Ruined Your Childhood

Written by:Ben Zaehringer

Very cute and fast little comics. Some will leave you laughing with how funny they are, and some will leave you smiling cause of how cute it is. I wish there was more, it was great, all the illustrations were interesting with just enough details to say whats going on without over crowding it.

Each comic strip is one page long. So when you turn each page you will be wondering what will be in this new comic strip.

I received a free copy of this e comic book free and am giving it an honest review, of my thoughts.


Book Description:

Berkeley Mews' appealing, accessible art style belies a cartoon world of dark humor, dry wit, and irreverent reimaginings of popular culture. In Berkeley Mews, bad things happen to good people, good things happen to bad people, and everything usually ends in disappointment or death. Satisfaction guaranteed!

A subversive, hilarious, dark-but-uplifting collection of comics skewering the commercial figures, Disney stories, and pop cultural touchstones that Millennials and Gen X-ers grew up with in the '80s and '90s. Ben Zaehringer's versatile art styles and wicked curveballs are sharp, clever and accessible, prompting many readers to comment that the author is "ruining their childhood" in the most delightful way possible.