**Review By Jaime C For The Nerd Girl Page**
*This book was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.*
This is an excellent look into the myths and legends of the Japanese culture. Through Ms. Garcia’s writing you stroll through the world of a beautiful culture told through poetry and prose. Beautifully written and very fascinating. Teresa Garcia has a wonderful storytelling voice and you can really hear it through this book. I would recommend this and her other stories to anyone.
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***Review By Julie For The Nerd Girl Page ***
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I was pleasantly surprised by Calculated by R.S. Novelle. It is a very suspenseful story with a lot of action and some incredible twists. Absolutely no summary here because it would ruin the suspense! You just have to read the book.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this page turner about a female journalist who exposes local crime and corruption. I hope that Girl Friday, Ana, will be back for more adventures. If you’re a fan of whodunits, you will want to add this book to your library
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Title: Hero for Hire
Author: Margaret Madigan & Merissa McCain
Published Date: October 1, 2013
Genre: Romance / Sci-fi / Fantasy
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
One day her prince would come…disguised as a zombie-killer. Having been disgraced and tossed out by her own scientific community, Gwyn is convinced she can develop a cure for a Super Virus that has turned the Infected into zombies. By pure luck and determination, she has survived on her own for years, but while out scavenging, a clash with the local zombies leaves her potentially infected. Now, running out of time, she needs help and takes a chance on a hero for hire.
Rafe loves the apocalypse. Since the world went to hell, everything’s come up roses for him. Having procured a mansion in the Hollywood hills, adopted a slew of homeless boys and one cantankerous but useful Doc, Mr. Charming is benefiting from the nasty zombie infestation. His job? Killing the bastards, which he considers fun anyway. Gwyn Snow needs Rafe Charming to help retrieve her research from the Paragon Pharmaceuticals lab, also known as… Continue reading
***Review From Michele For The Nerd Girl Page ***
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Natalya Hart is a women that gets everything she sexually desires and has no regrets about it. She has an insatiable sexual appetite and will be with whoever she feels can fill it! What Natalya does not know though is why she is like the way she is, but she will soon find out.
Memoirs of a Succubus was a wonderful, steamy and very quick read. The sexual scenes are very hot, heavy, steamy and very very detailed (which to me makes a very great story).
This book grabbed my attention from the first page to the last. Lillian MacKenzie Rhine keep up the wonderful steamy works of art
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***Review From Tara For The Nerd Girl Page***
** I received an ARC of this book, from the author, in exchange for an honest review **
Keeping her loud, redneck family in line for seventeen years has been no easy feat for Charlie Davies, but she’s managed to carve out a life for herself in the quiet crazy of her hometown. That is, until her baby sister announces she’s marrying a country-club boy from the bright lights of Dallas. Charlie’s got two months to defeat her sister’s she-demon Maid of Honor, keep her cousins from ruining the nuptials, and decide whether her one-time, one-night stand Alex Ramirez is worth a second chance.
Alex has thought of almost nothing but Charlie for two years, since the morning he woke up alone in her empty hotel room. Her sister’s upcoming wedding to his best friend seems like the perfect opportunity to reconnect with the girl who got away, but he underestimates her pull on him and soon finds himself torn between love and duty.
With the wedding fast approaching, Alex and Charlie’s relationship will be put to the test. Hillbillies, debutantes, and the old southern divide of rich and poor threaten… Continue reading
Title: Worth the Fight
Author: Vi Keeland
Publication date: October 3, 2013
Summary: Standalone, HEA
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It didn’t matter that the ref called it a clean hit. Nico Hunter would never be the same.
Elle has a good life. A job she loves, a great apartment, and the guy she’s been dating for more than two years is a catch and a half. But it’s boring…and she strives to keep it that way. Too many emotions are dangerous. Her own past is living proof of what can happen when you lose control.
Then Nico walks into Elle’s office and everything changes…for both of them. But what can the tattooed, hard-bodied MMA fighter and the beautiful and always steady attorney have in common? A lot more than they bargained for.
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Vi Keeland is a native New Yorker with three children that occupy most of her free time, which she complains about often,… Continue reading
Title: Surrender to Fate (Fate’s Path #1)
Author: Jacelyn Rye
Genre: New Adult Romance 18+
Publication Date: September 17, 2013
Cover Designed By: Damonza
Event organized by: Literati Author Services, Inc.
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Jacelyn Rye is many things. She can be as alluring as the love that flows from her pen: pure, honest, simple. But then, like a storm that suddenly appears over the mountain, she can also have you running for shelter where there’s no place to hide. Like life, itself, Jacelyn delivers the hard with the soft, the pain with the joy, the instant with the forever. All of it, for a reason. And it’s there that one can best enter her life. Growing up in the blue sky country of Colorado doesn’t leave an impression, it becomes a lifeblood. For Jacelyn, the clarity of that truth flows through her stories, her characters and her inherent spirituality that somehow knows faith, in the end, triumphs over despair. And then, there’s serendipity. To know Jacelyn is to accept a dance with chance. She accepted one such chance when she moved from her beloved Colorado to an unknown… Continue reading
Tree & Sky: The Secrets of Meshyah’s World, #1-3
***This book was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.***
Enter Meshyah, Jasmine and Ozwald’s world. They live under a mega dome in Antarctica, the Earth’s largest continent. Its years into our future and the world have changed drastically from what is now known, but life is surviving. On Shy’s tenth birthday she and her friends, Jazz and Ozzie, find something that turns out to be extraordinary in A Tree on My House.
Just before her eleventh birthday she tells a tale of how part of the dome fell one day in The Day the Sky Fell. It shows how important their dome is to keep them safe and how Jasmine’s home was destroyed by a single cable.
Under the Honeycomb Sky tells more of what their life is like under the dome, beginning Shy’s five-year journal received on her twelfth birthday. Shy learns about the Before Times (our time)from her grandfather. She loves his stories and hopes to see the rest of the changed world when she grows up. She relates their experience in these stories the children write with hopes… Continue reading
**Review From Laura From The Nerd Girl Page ***
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Alexandria Grace Groaban learnt early on as a child that she was different. She could hear and see events and people from the past, and no matter the language she could understand and repeat every word. After a visit from who she assumed to be her guardian angel she is given a choice, she can choose to have a break from the visions and have a normal life, the only catch being that one day when she is ready the gifts she possesses will come back. Years after making her to have what normalcy she could for however long she could Alexandria returns home to her family in England where a chain of events lead Alexandria onto a path of self-discovery that requires to her to get ready for a battle she could never have imagined.
I liked the concept of this book, the story and the mythology are really interesting, but I struggled with the characters initially. I felt like the author had decided to write a book set in the nineteenth century, but changed her mind and… Continue reading