Now it is time for the fun part, so lets get to the reviews. I have a couple of books that I have to review so lets get to it.... and here we go:
Review: The King by J.R. Ward
I must say that J.R Ward's Black Dagger Brotherhood series is one of the only series that I am currently up to date with. Which says a lot. I remember when I first heard of this book coming out I was so excited to see what was going to happen next in the Brotherhood. And, as per usual, Ms. Ward did not disappoint. Even though this book is not introducing a new couple as the main characters it is an awesome book that continues not only the brotherhood story but Beth and Wrath's story as well.
Needless to say, as with all J. R Wards books the writing is excellent and well done. Her characters, both the main characters, and secondary characters grip you and have you wondering what is going to happen next. I must say that I love Ms. Ward's ability to write three stories in one novel and yet not take away from the main story. This way of writing gives her more room with her stories and characters, letting her pick and choose which character's book will be next. Granted her next book is another one that I am excited to read about.
Going back to the story of Beth and Wrath, The King was an excellent continuation of seeing how this couple is deal with the stress of not only Wrath's blindness but also his life being in constant danger. While we all know this is a paranormal romance, reading the story and how Ms. Ward shows that even fated couples have issues, makes the characters feel even more real and relate able. Reminding us that they are still individuals even while being mated. That they do not lose themselves to the other but are able to stand strong in the face of danger and everyday life. There are huge surprises and twists and turns in this book that had me at the edge of my seat, or better yet wishing I read faster so I can see what happens next. There is even a new character that is introduced and I have a feeling he is going to fight with Rhage for the first place spot in my heart. This book was definitely worth buying in hardcover and paying the extra money. Which is the way I feel about all Ms. Wards books. The evolution and changes in her world are amazing and getting more complex with each new novel.
There is no doubt that J.R. Ward is my favorite author. If I had the chance to meet her in person I would just tell her how amazing and inspirational her writing is to me.
Would I recommend this to a friend? Yes, definitely
Review: The Last Kiss Goodnight by Gena Showalter
I have mixed feelings about this book. It is definitely not one of my favorite books my Gena but I
Being that this is the first in her new series, it was a let down. But I have brought the second book in the series and I hope it is better than the first. The is one of the first times that I can say that I did not enjoy a book written by Ms. Showalter.
Rating: 2.5 or 3/5
Would I recommend this to a friend? No, not really
Review: Rogue Rider by Larissa Ione
Finally, I have read the last of the four horsemen stories. I must say the Ms. Ione did an amazing job
Resph was definite eye candy, and if I found a handsome naked man in the woods I don't know I just might take him home with me too. This book provided a great segment into Reaver's book and also dropped a bombshell on us that I was thinking about but I wasn't too sure about. And because I don't want to give away any spoilers for those who haven't read this book yet I wont say what it is. But it was definitely a nice surprise.
Like always Ms. Ione's world is filled with passion and danger and keeps you entangled in the pages of the book until the very last page.
Would I recommend this to a friend? Yup