Review: Firebolt by Adrienne Woods (The Dragonian Series) 5/5 Kindle Free eBook

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It’s been a while since I had read a book that has transported me into a world, so well constructed, so beautiful and in-depth that I’ve had to purchase every book in the series and stay awake until 4 am for two days running to cram as much of the books into my skull as possible.

Dragons. Right. Teenage girls don’t believe in fairy tales, and sixteen-year old Elena Watkins was no different.
Until the night a fairy tale killed her father.
Now Elena’s in a new world, and a new school. The cutest guy around may be an evil dragon, a Prince wants Elena’s heart, and a long dead sorcerer may be waking up to kill her. Oh. And the only way Elena’s going to graduate is on the back of a dragon of her own.
Teenage girls don’t believe in fairy tales. Now it’s time for Elena to believe – in herself.

This is that series. This is what you need if ACOTAR and Harry Potter are your bread and butter. The mythology of each of the dragons, the magic school and the slow build up with the main character make for a well-paced story that reveals just enough to keep you salivating for more.

5/5

M x

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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:Legally Yours by Nicole French (Spitfire #1)

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It’s not often that I fall in love with a conventional love story like this.

It’s the tale of a Harvard law student, Skylar, and a romance between her ex-boss, a partner at the law firm she interned at during the summer.

Whilst I am all for an independent and intelligent woman, what sells this story is Sterling’s vulnerability when it comes to women that only want him for his money and the weaknesses surrounding his upbringing are emotionally realistic and made me really feel for the main characters. He puts his foot in his mouth often and is a very enduring character without being aggressive and obnoxious.

If you love a damaged man and a strong female, career driven character, you will love this book!

It’s full of twists and turns and is such a journey that I honestly cannot wait for the next one!

If you like Gabriel’s inferno by Slyvain Reynard, you will love this.

5/5

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