Undeniable by Madeline Sheehan (GR)
Published: October 6th 2012 (Kindle Edition)
“Warning: This is not a typical love story. This is an all-consuming, soul-crushing, tear-your-heart-into-pieces story. It’s intense, gritty and raw, dark and disturbing, and it doesn’t happen overnight. This is an epic love story that knows no boundaries and has no time limits. It grows and develops—with hurt, sacrifice, and heartache—over the span of a lifetime.
Eva Fox is the princess of the Silver Demons Motorcycle Club. Growing up with bikers in the club lifestyle is all that she knows. When she’s a young girl, Eva meets the reason for her existence. Deuce West is the sexy, biker bad-ass of the Hell’s Horsemen Motorcycle Club. Like Eva, he was born and raised in the club—but that’s where the similarities end. Their first meeting is innocent, but as Eva matures into a woman, their chance reunions evolve into a fit of lust and love. Fate continues to bring them together time and time again, but their twisted journey is filled with pain, betrayal, and bloodshed that could tear them apart. Eva sees in Deuce what he cannot see in himself—a man worthy of love—and Eva spends her lifetime proving to him that her undeniable love is the one thing he can’t live without.
This is Eva and Deuce’s story.
It wasn’t easy.
Nothing worth doing ever is.
And love is worth everything.”(Goodreads)
Deep breath… Ok… Continue reading
OPAL by Jennifer L. Armentrout (GR)
Series: LUX (#3)
Published: December 3rd 2012 (Kindle Edition)
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
“No one is like Daemon Black.
When he set out to prove his feelings for me, he wasn’t fooling around. Doubting him isn’t something I’ll do again, and now that we’ve made it through the rough patches, well… There’s a lot of spontaneous combustion going on.
But even he can’t protect his family from the danger of trying to free those they love.
After everything, I’m no longer the same Katy. I’m different… And I’m not sure what that will mean in the end. When each step we take in discovering the truth puts us in the path of the secret organization responsible for torturing and testing hybrids, the more I realize there is no end to what I’m capable of. The death of someone close still lingers, help comes from the most unlikely source, and friends will become the deadliest of enemies, but we won’t turn back. Even if the outcome will shatter our worlds forever.
Together we’re stronger… and they know it.” (Goodreads)
WOW. Just wow! Mrs. Jennifer, you’ve just done it again! You’ve proved your awesomeness with Obsidian and Onyx but let me say, Opal is even better in my opinion. Continue reading
PROVIDENCE by Jamie McGuire
Series: Providence (#1)
Published: November 20th 2010
Publisher: Jamie McGuire, LLC
“In the old world shadows of Providence, Rhode Island, Nina Grey finds herself the center of a war between Hell and Earth.
Struggling with her father’s recent death, Nina meets Jared Ryel by chance…or so she believes. Although his stunning good looks and mysterious talents are a welcome distraction, it soon becomes clear that Jared knows more about Nina than even her friends at Brown University. When questions outnumber answers, Jared risks everything to keep the woman he was born to save—by sharing the secret he was sworn to protect.
When her father’s former associates begin following her in the dark, Nina learns that her father is not the man she thought he was, but a thief who stole from demons. Searching for the truth behind her father’s death, Nina stumbles upon something she never expected—something Hell wants—and only she holds the key.” (Goodreads)
I’ve read Jamie McGuire’s “Beautiful Disaster” and, although it was a somewhat controversial book among the reader’s community, I thought it was a good reading. So, when I started reading providence knowing it was a paranormal book instead of contemporary chick-lit I was a bit nervous about what I was going to find but at the same time I had high expectations about it, unfortunately, this book wasn’t even close to what I was waiting. It wasn’t a total disappointment but it wasn’t that much of a memorable book. Continue reading