The Devil’s Advocate by Michaela Haze (Book #1)

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Dahlia Clark is a Hell Broker. You want to sell your soul, she’s your girl.
The only problem? She’s not seen her boss, Luc, in over two centuries.
Not since he forced her out of hell, out of his bed and condemned her to be his eyes and ears on the surface.
As far as breakups go, it could have been better!

When Dahlia meets Samuel Rose, a male incubus with the London Underground scene wrapped around his finger, things are looking up in the romance department.
At least she can dust off a few of those cobwebs.

Wrong.
Lucifer doesn’t like it when people play with his things.
It doesn’t matter that he dumped her over two hundred years ago. The Devil wants Dahlia back, whatever the cost.

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If you’re excited for Dahlia’s Story, coming Sept 2017, don’t forget to add it to your Goodreads list Here.

 

 

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The Purebloods by Michaela Haze (#3)

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Sophia Taylor has sold her soul.
Damian has started a war with the London Coven and the Witchlings want daemon blood.
With her best friend Trix on one shoulder, and the now Pureblooded Henry on the other, Sophia must navigate what it means to have one of the rulers of Hell inside of her body.
If Sophia loses control, the city will burn.

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Review: Pennies by Pepper Winters (Dollar Series – Book 1) 5/5

 

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At eighteen years old, I was murdered.

I wish my tale ended there.

However, my killer resuscitated me and sold me to the highest bidder, sentencing me to a world worse than Hell.

For the past two years, I’ve lived a life of torment as a man’s property. I suffer in silence and wish for freedom, but I never break.

I can’t.

I won’t.

But then he arrives.

The first stranger since I was killed.

Earlier this month, I helped unveil the new cover look for the Dollar series by Pepper Winters. Which is, in my opinion, one of her best works to date. So much so, that I had to pre-order the entire series after I finished the first book, which is something I almost never do.

It wasn’t until I sat back, emotionally exhausted and triumphant (no spoilers!) at the end of Pennies, that I realised that the lead character was as silent as a mouse for almost the entire novel. I was in awe of this writer. Having a character that can’t speak is the most intriguing and difficult feat to accomplish without falling on clichés (like telepathy etc).

Pepper Winters has created an amazingly strong female character in Pimlico. This series is darkness personified.

5/5

M x

 

Review: End of Eden by S.L Jennings (Seven Sinners #2) Kindle Unlimited

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S.L Jennings does erotic scenes and romance well. What I didn’t expect was the darkness that came with this second instalment of the seven sinners series.

The first book in this series focuses very much on the female leads romantic relationship with Legion, a strong, serious and tortured fallen angel.

The second book – let’s just say that you feel the emotions as the character experiences them. This isn’t your typical happy romance conflict. This book is full of little twists that you don’t expect as well as uncertainty.

Eden, the female heroine, remains her strong self in the face of conflict. But at what emotional cost? The journey that Eden goes on in this book is what makes this series great.

5/5 again from S.L Jennings.

Love the tie in with the dark light characters.

(Spoiler: if you’ve missed Niko, you’ll love this book)

M x

Review: Crown of Lies / Throne of Truth by Pepper Winters (Truth and Lies Duet Series)

 

 

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The truth and lies duet series is tame, compared to some of Pepper Winter’s other series’. Particularly the new Dollars series sticks in my mind as one of my new favourites. That being said: Winters’s writing has an addictive quality that can make the darkest depravity into a relatable and curious read.

The Truth and Lies duet is about a young heiress, who decides to escape her life for a night only to be almost assaulted and then rescued. Her rescuer, Nameless, is then arrested. The story begins from there.

I loved the first book in the series vehemently.

Particularly the lead heroine, Elle Charleston, a strong independent woman with strong family ties.

I found it difficult to relate to Penn Everett (main male) in the first book, namely because he is a very brusque character and quite aggressive. However, the very thing that made him difficult to relate to is actually the backbone of the series. In the second book, when Penn’s character shows vulnerability due to plot points (no spoilers) I found that I missed his strong and violent personality. I missed his over-confidence.

The first book was a brilliant exercise in character development, although not as dark as I am used to with Pepper Winter’s work. The second book was more of a plot driven conclusion, although I would have liked more background on the lead villains’ as it felt like they were not properly explored enough to give their actions emotional weight in the series.

I give this series four out of five.

M x

Review: Whispers and The Roars by K Webster

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Whispers and the Roars by K Webster

 It’s a rare occurrence when I recommend a book to people with the notion that honestly, they would be better off not knowing anything about the plot as they dive into it.

 I  think that any spoilers would ruin this book beyond belief. The way that the first part and the character’s tie into the second part in such a twist, that you would never expect it, is simply brilliant. The amount of research K Webster has done on the subject matter is stunning and this book has amazing character establishment that I honestly can’t praise it enough.

 I will tell you the basic premise but to be honest, it makes this sound like its going to be a standard genre romance when honestly it isn’t.

Kady was abused as a child. Yeo, her childhood sweetheart, who she broke up with so she wouldn’t hold him back, is a newly qualified doctor and has come home to prove to his and Kady’s family that they really do belong together.

This novel is dark, romantic and desperate.

Fans of my book The Bleeders would honestly love it.

M x

 

The Bleeders by Michaela Haze (#1)

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All I wanted was to kill them. The people that murdered my sister.
Little did I know that the man I hired to do the job, Henry Blaire, was an incubus. A soul-sucking monster that can kill with one touch.
He’s dark, dangerous and addictive. Literally.
There is a word for people like me. People that drink daemon blood to become powerful, beautiful and strong.
They call us The Bleeders.

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Praise for The Bleeders:

“This is one of the best books I have read in a LONG time” – Casey Ann Books, Goodreads
“Wow this is one of the darkest, sexiest, romantic novels ever” – Cassandra, Reviewer, Goodreads