** Review By Mark – The Other Guy from The Nerd Girl Page**
By: Ryan Stead
The book Nation Man is a fairly unique book (at least in my experience). I have read a few “almost” like the style employed by Mr. Stead, however this book is a definitely a little different. It is essentially about love, loss, and triumph over seemingly supernatural odds!
Although the first the story starts out a little slow and lackadaisical suddenly unknown supernatural forces and presto your in it!!!! Unfortunately from there it is a little all over the place with no theme helping keep you on track. It seems to bounce from The lackadasical, almost whisical to love story, then brutal, lackadaisical…….. Get the picture?
At first the intro mini story is awesome, but quiclky your spirited away on a roller-coaster of disjointed tidbits (while written beautifully) that leave you with an all over feeling of “What is going on??”
Now giving Mr. Stead his due it isn’t easy to write, (especially in this style) and I think had he taken a few different turns like a chapter here put back a few, and a chapter… Continue reading
**Review By Laura From Nerd Girl …… This Book Was Provided In Exchange For An Honest Review**
Rachel is 24 and a recluse, she has heard voices for years now and her life has become about her little home and attempting to stay sane. One night she is approached by two strangers, does she want the ultimate gift? Not just that off mortality but the ability to understand and control the voices she hears? The answer is a no brainer for Rachel. Once she is a vampire and Gavin, her creator and her guardian informs her she was created for a purpose, to stop a banished vampire from their Sanctuary who is intent on destroying humans and anyone who gets in his way.
Rachel must learn to master her abilities, her urges for human blood, the feelings she has for Gavin whilst also watching her back from those in the group who do not agree with her conversion at such a vital time.
I wanted to love this book, it had some of my favourite things; Vampires, peril, swords and a relationship. But there was just something off about Rachel, her character development just felt unnatural for me.… Continue reading
Isn’t is absolutely stunning and also absolutely Lickable??? I agree. It is.
Life or Death? Not many people would choose death. But what if death chooses you? What if death doesn’t mean the end of your life, but the beginning?
For a Death Escort, death is life. Death is your paycheck. Death is your job.
And Charming is the best Escort the Grim Reaper has ever had.
But when you piss off the Reaper, being the best doesn’t matter. So Charming is assigned a Target who is practically impossible to kill. He knows the Reaper hopes he fails—that he’s counting on it. So Charming vows to prove him wrong. He vows to make the kill.
But someone else vows to get in his way. Someone with a big mouth, a sugar habit, and blond hair. Someone who makes his heart start beating again.
And so Charming is left holding more than one person’s fate in the palm of his hand. He thought the choice would be easy, that there really wasn’t a question at all.
He was wrong.
Life or Death?
Series: Death Escorts – Note: You DO NOT have to read Recalled (Death… Continue reading
*This book was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.*
Meet Ellie, a young woman who has convinced herself that she can hear warning bells that precede the impending failure of her relationships. And that is exactly what she hears when she walks in on Tim in a compromising position with their busty neighbor Suzy. Ellie high tails it to her friend Luanne’s for some crying and a night of vodka laced tea, swearing off her type of men forever. She even has the contract to prove it. Until Sam saunters into her life, and no warning bells ding.
A laugh out loud romantic comedy that is sure to have you giggling. Ellie’s quirky internal commentary is hilarious and you have to love her friend Luanne. This was a very enjoyable read. I don’t usually read this genre of book but I finished this in a day. It’s offbeat and the characters are definitely interesting. It’s sweet, but not overly sappy with just the right amount of heat. A must read for any romantic comedy fans out there.
Emily Hemmer was raised in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago before settling in Kansas… Continue reading