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Meetings of Chance by Darlene Deluca (Review By Amy)

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***Review From Amy  For The Nerd Girl Page***

After the death of her mom Megan Monroe is dealing with her sad and grieving father while also trying to figure out what comes next… Should she continue running the floral business that was once the essence of her mom for so long??? or does she try to jump back into things with her real estate career?? Megan has alot going on and suddenly she crosses path with the troublesome new neighbor while also stumbling upon an explosive secret from her mother’s past.
Tom Blake has fled his old life and all the publicity it brought all he wants to do now is to lie low, work on his new project and not get involved with anyone. But when he runs into the new neighbor it’s much more than he bargained for and his life has taken unexpected turn taking him down a road he wasn’t expecting to take.

My Review:
I love when an authors can deliver their readers a book so powerful, beautiful, and captivating that when reading you can lose yourself deeper and deeper into it’s pages and when you’ve finished the ending result has left you speechless… Continue reading

The Guys Are Props Club by Ingrid Seymour (Review By Ruby)

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**Review By Ruby From The Nerd Girl Page**

*18+ for Graphic Sex*

*This Book Was Given To Me In Exchange For An Honest Review*

This book is fast paced and always keeps you guessing. It’s Short and sweet but not a single word is wasted. I found it totally engrossing and surprising.

Madison has sworn off all men. So has her best friend and roommate Jessica. In fact, it turns out there are a lot of scorned girls on campus and they’re all itching for some pay back. So naturally they band together to form the Guys are Props Club. Madison has learned her lesson about men, especially the good looking ones. She wants nothing more than to keep her head down and make it through collage. Until that is, Sebastian walks into her life and complicates things. The situation gets worse when Jessica decides he is her next target for pay back.

My favourite thing about this book was that I had no idea whether I should like or even trust Sebastian. I could not decide if he was a slimy, well practiced player; as some of his actions and one liners would suggest, or if he was a… Continue reading

Review – A First Love Never Dies by Margaret Taylor V””V

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Melanie here aka VampireLovingDork  back  with my review of  A First Love Never Dies by Margaret Taylor which was given to me in exchange for an honest review.

I am not a big romance fan but throw some science fiction in there and it will sometimes catch my attention and that is exactly what happened with this book.  When Nerd Girl was offered the book for review I read the synopsis and had to add it to my list and I am so glad that I did.

A First Love Never Dies is a real page turner which I read straight through not coming up once for air.  The characters are amazing and the writing fluid and compelling which in a novella is, for me at least, unusual when not being written as part of an existing series.  Here though I had no problem connecting with Janel and the rest of the ensemble.

Lovers of classic Joss Whedon (think Firefly) will adore this adventure and just like with the show will find themselves at the end all too soon, but here we have hope that part 2 will not be too far behind because… Continue reading

The Storm and the Darkness (House of Crimson and Clover #2) by Sarah M. Cradit (Review By Julie)

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***Review From Julie  from The Nerd Girl Page***

I received this book from the author in exchange for a review.

The Storm and The Darkness by Sarah Cradit is a riveting thriller. It is well written and will keep you glued to your chair reading. The story unfolds from the perspective of each of the main characters. Each chapter gives you a little more insight into their various issues and demons they are battling. My only complaints are that the antagonist was obvious too soon in the story and, although not a stereotypical “happily-ever-after” ending, the story did wrap up a little too quickly and neatly. However, my perspective on this might be colored by not having read the first book in this series. I enjoyed the characters, the family dynamics as well as the pace of the story. I look forward to reading Ms. Cradit’s next novel.

Ana Deschanel flees to an island off the coast of Maine to avoid trouble with her family and friends in New Orleans. She encounters coldness from most of the inhabitants except for the kindly caretaker of her family’s island house. The storm that shuts off the island from contact with the… Continue reading

The Hungry 2: The Wrath of God (The Hungry #2) by Steven W Booth and Harry Shannon (Review By Chell)

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***Review From  Chell For The Nerd Girl Page ***

**I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.**
I give this book 5 out of 5 stars! As much as i loved the first book, I loved this one even more. Hot redhead sheriff, zombies, mercenaries and a crazy guy driving a Winnebago. I say that is a recipe for an excellent book. Like the first book, this book kept me on the edge of my seat. It was full of action and humor. I loved every second of it. Each character is so different and I love each of them in their own crazy ways. Sheriff Penny Miller is of course my favorite because she’s tough and a smart ass. I am so excited to get started on the third book. Thank you Steven W. Booth and Harry Shannon for writing such fun books to read.

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Review – Shadows of the Past by E. A. Jensen V””V

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**Over 18 For Sexual Content, Language and Violence**

Melanie here aka VampireLovingDork  back  with my review of  Shadows Of The Past by E. A Jensen  which was given to me in exchange for an honest review.

Leaving a negative review is never fun but authors come to us asking for an honest opinion and so that is what I feel should be given and honestly if I had not agreed to read this book for review I would have put it down just a few pages in.

Often with Indie books there are typos and the odd grammatical error that a good editor could fix and usually, if the story is strong and the general writing good, then I can overlook them.  Sadly in this book this was not the case.  I even looked the author up on Amazon to see if perhaps English was a second language as the wording in places was strange and the over all  style very stilted.

The synopsis looks good, a story of supernatural creatures and the revisiting of the idea of an overall ruling council with a paranormal type section of a police force.  Unfortunately… Continue reading

Cube Sleuth by David Terruso (Review By Laura)

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**Review By Laura From The Nerd Girl Page**

*I was given this book in exchange for an honest review*

Bobby Pinker hates his life, he gets up for work, goes to work in his cube in an office and goes home to an empty apartment, he repeats this daily. Until he meets Ron and him and Ron quickly become best friends. When Ron kills himself Bobby refuses to believe that his best friend would do that, no matter what the evidence says. Bobby wont rest until he gets to the truth, even if it puts his life in danger.

I was hesitant about reading this book but I am glad I decided to pick it up to review. The sarcasm and dark jokes don’t give up throughout and you find yourself laughing at the most inappropriate of times.

Bobby Pinker drives me insane though, I just want to slap him and tell him to sort his life out well before his best friend dies.
Bobby grows on you though and his character is flawed but that is what makes this story work and really sets it in reality, he’s not perfect, he’s not the smartest or the best looking but… Continue reading

Emma vs. the Tech Guy by Lia Fairchild (Review By Amy)

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***Review From Amy Conley For The Nerd Girl Page***

Emma Barton works hard at her job with the magazine company and nothing is more important to her than becoming managing editor and she has a plan in place to getting what she wants but when her boss hires a new Tech guy Emma feels uncomfortable because she’s been keeping a secret and if the new guy finds out and reports it to the boss everything she’s worked so hard for could be ruined…

My Review:
Lia Fairchild has done it again!!! Don’t take your eyes off this author her writing talent knows no limits! I’ve never had a book sweep me off my feet and take me on such an emotional roller coaster quite the way this one has done there were moments of pure laughter, gasps and jaw dropping, but the best moment of all is when I got to the ending and my heart just soared! You couldn’t have asked for a more perfect and beautiful ending! I had tears of joy overflowing in my eyes I felt like I was sharing in the character’s moment of happiness! This story is so captivating and touching it really pulls… Continue reading

Green Kitty by Alexandra Faer Bryan (Review By Pauline)

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***Review From Pauline For The Nerd Girl Page ***

*This book was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.*
This often humorous collection of tales from a grandmother to her grandchild could be easily used as a beginner chapter book or a nightly excursion before bedtime. Perfect for the animal lover. Each chapter contains its own story, usually with an pet or farm animal at it’s center. The central story of a grandchild growing closer to her grandmother through the tales she tells of her past is heartwarming.

Although each colorful illustration was adorable and well done, I kept hoping the next one would arrive sooner than it did, this book would have benefited from having even more of the awesome illustrations. Overall it was a fun read, but the anticipation for the final story left me a little flat. 3.5 stars.

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The Hungry by Steven W Booth and Harry Shannon (Review By Chell)

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***Review From  Chell For The Nerd Girl Page ***

**I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.**

I give this book 4 out of 5 stars. This book was thrilling and incredibly amusing. Sheriff Penny Miller is smart, funny, tough and most certainly a smart ass, therefore making her my kind of woman. The entire book was full of wit and sarcastic humor, but is also full of action. Haven’t we all imagined what we’ll do if the zombie apocalypse breaks out? I could see myself doing some of the things Sheriff Penny Miller did. Though, she is much more take charge than I am.
Reading this book was thrilling. Trying to figure out how they would not only escape the zombies, but how they would rid themselves of them for good. If you’re looking for romance, you’re not going to find it here. But if you’re looking for action, guns and fighting in the zombie apocalypse, this book is for you.

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