Category: Rating C

Review: Cursed by Fire by Dani..

Posted May 19, 2015 by Una in Rating C, Reviews, Urban Fantasy
Review: Cursed by Fire by Danielle Annett

Cursed by Fire Author: Danielle Annett Reviewer: Una Rating: C- What I’m Talking About: I am not sure what to say.  After reading Cursed By Fire, I wonder how a first novel in a series can feel like a transitional novel.  The story had promise but just did not deliver for me. My first trouble […]

Review: Witches Be Burned by S..

Posted May 13, 2015 by Jen in Paranormal Romance, Rating C, Reviews, Urban Fantasy
Review: Witches Be Burned by Stacey Kennedy

Witches Be Burned Author: Stacey Kennedy Reviewer: Jen Twimom Rating: C+ What I’m Talking About: Witches Be Burned is the second book in the Magic and Mayhem series, but with two years passed since the release of the first book, personally, I’d forgotten much of what happened. Luckily, Ms. Kennedy does a great job of reminding […]

Review: A Midsummer Night̵..

Posted May 12, 2015 by Nima in Contemporary Romance, Rating C, Reviews
Review: A Midsummer Night’s Romp by Katie MacAlister

A Midsummer Night’s Romp Author: Katie MacAlister Reviewer: Nima Rating: C- What I’m Talking About: A Midsummer Night’s Romp is the second installment in the Ainsley Brothers series.  The Ainsley brothers are part of a large crew that have been adopted by Lord and Lady Ainsley.  Set in modern day England, there is no real […]

Review: Matter of Time by Alan..

Posted May 5, 2015 by Jen in Contemporary Romance, Rating C, Reviews
Review: Matter of Time by Alannah Lynne

Matter of Time Author: Alannah Lynne Reviewer: Jen Twimom Rating: C What I’m Talking About: Fifteen years ago, as she was finishing college, Lizbeth Sanders was ready to move on with life and her start her HEA with motor cross racer Logan Steele. Then suddenly one day, Logan walked out of Lizbeth’s life to help […]

Review: Joe Steele by Harry Tu..

Posted April 29, 2015 by Nima in Historical Fiction, Rating C, Reviews
Review: Joe Steele by Harry Turtledove

Joe Steele Author: Harry Turtledove Reviewer: Nima Rating: C- What I’m Talking About: Josef Vissarionovich Djugashvili was born in the Soviet Union in 1878.  When he was in his 30s, he took the name Stalin from the Russian for “man of steel.”  What if Joseph Stalin’s parents had immigrated to the United States before he […]

Review: Captive Prince by C.S...

Posted April 28, 2015 by Jen in LGBTQ, Rating C, Reviews, Sci-Fi or Fantasy Fiction
Review: Captive Prince by C.S. Pacat

Captive Prince Author: C.S. Pacat Reviewer: Jen Twimom Rating: C+ What I’m Talking About: When I saw that Berkley was rereleasing Captive Prince by C.S. Pacat, an award-winning LGBTQ title, I checked Goodreads and saw glowing reviews. So I picked up the title for review, thinking it was a m/m fantasy romance, but what I […]

Listen Up! Audiobook Review: D..

Posted March 19, 2015 by Jen in Listen Up!, Rating C, Reviews, Urban Fantasy
Listen Up! Audiobook Review: Destined for an Early Grave

Welcome to my new weekly feature that focuses on audiobooks. It’s time to… Back at the beginning of the year, I started to work on my TBR pile by listening to audiobooks for some high-volume series. One such series that has been on my TBR for a long while is the Night Huntress series by Jeaniene Frost. I […]

Review: Edged Blade by J.C. Da..

Posted February 10, 2015 by Jen in Rating C, Reviews, Urban Fantasy
Review: Edged Blade by J.C. Daniels

Edged Blade Author: J.C. Daniels Reviewer: Jen Twimom Rating: C What I’m Talking About: Opening a few months after the conclusion of the previous title, Edged Blade continues with Kit’s recovery from her abduction and torture at the hands of an evil vampire (Blade Song). While the majority of Kit’s journey finding her way back […]

Review: White Knight by Kelly ..

Posted January 27, 2015 by Gikany-Una in Paranormal Romance, Rating C, Reviews
Review: White Knight by Kelly Meade

White Knight Author: Kelly Meade Reviewer: Gikany & Una Rating: C+ What We’re Talking About: Gikany and Una have been eagerly awaiting Knight’s story from the first novel, Black Rook.  Everything in the two previous books has led up to this final book in the Cornerstone Run trilogy. Unfortunately, we were disappointed with Knight’s journey. […]

Review: Wolf’s Fall by J..

Posted December 17, 2014 by Gikany-Una in Paranormal Romance, Rating C, Reviews
Review: Wolf’s Fall by J.D. Tyler

Wolf’s Fall Author: J.D. Tyler Reviewer: Gikany & Una Rating: C+ What We’re Talking About: Wolf’s Fall is the sixth novel in the Alpha Pack series. Gikany and Una had been looking forward to Nick’s story – there was so much potential. Unfortunately, for us Nick and Calla’s story fizzled and left us a bit […]

Review: Incarnate by Anton Str..

Posted October 22, 2014 by Gikany-Una in Rating C, Reviews, Urban Fantasy
Review: Incarnate by Anton Strout

Incarnate Author: Anton Strout Reviewer: Gikany & Una Rating: C What We’re Talking About: Incarnate is the third and final book in the Spellmasons Chronicles. We enjoyed this book more than the previous one, however, we still had a couple issues with the novel. Although the world held much promise and the mythology of the […]

Review: Black Spring by Christ..

Posted October 20, 2014 by Jen in Giveaway, Rating C, Reviews, Urban Fantasy
Review: Black Spring by Christina Henry

Black Spring Author: Christina Henry Reviewer: Jen Twimom Rating: C+ What I’m Talking About: Warning: Black Spring is the final (for now, according to the author) book in the Black Wings series. I do take this fact into account when assigning my rating of the book. In addition, this review does contain spoilers from the […]

Review: What Dreams May Come b..

Posted July 29, 2014 by Nima in Rating C, Reviews, Romance, YA Literature
Review: What Dreams May Come by Beth M. Honeycutt

What Dreams May Come Author: Beth M. Honeycutt Reviewer: Nima Rating: C+ What I’m Talking About: What Dreams May Come is the debut effort of author Beth M. Honeycutt. The first in her In Dreams series, it is a sweet, young adult romance, and in my opinion, probably on the younger side of teens than […]