Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Review: A Song for Julia by Charles Sheehan-Miles

A Song for Julia
by Charles Sheehan-Miles
Series: Thompson Sisters (#1)
Published by: Cincinnatus Press
December 5th 2012
Genre: Contamporary Romance
Source: Publisher

Rating 4 Stars






     What can I say?

     Even though it started a little bit slow for my taste, I LOVED IT!! This book got me mad, sad, happy and about a dozen more emotions. There where so many problems involving Julia and Crank. Julia's story in specific had me crying buckets. And Margo's too.

     There is always to many faces to the same stories. What you see, what you hear and the truth. And it is sad to say that there are so many people out there with similar problems and not all come out of it as Julia did.

     The only thing that would have made this book better was if we could have had the actual song Crank wrote for Julia (any of the two). But I guess that some author's just aren't that good at writing poetry? ^_^

     I would must definitively recommend this book for anyone. It's just that moving. Now I'll go ahead and buy Just Remember to Breath and The Last Hour

Monday, January 12, 2015

Review: Black Tiger by Greta Van Der Rol

Black Tiger
by Greta Van Der Rol
Published by: Self-Published by Author
April 9th 2013
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Source: Publisher (Netgalley)

Rating: 3 Stars





     I would have given this book 4 stars if it wasn't for the language barrier between the author and myself. There were words that made impossible for me to enjoy the book. For example the author called the treatment room (she was a doctor) the surgery; when for me that is the word for an operation. I was more conserned in those moments with chaging the words for my understanding that with following the plot.

     The rest it was good. A unique story with a unique plot. I would have liked to have more scenes between the MCs but I get that the story needed Ash to go so that the connection between them came to light and for Sally's natural curiosity had time to be explored. I liked that the story had time to develop before Ash and Sally got in bed togheter.

     I saw that this story has a continuation with White Tiger but this book can stand alone. It is not left with a cliff-hanger. That been said White Tiger is definitively going to my TBR pile!

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