Cruisin’ through books cause books make life worth living with Aly, 2/2/2018

More great book reviews from Aly! Be sure to check out her site for more!

Affinity’s Window by Douglas Wilson

This book is great!  Super Creepy and scary.  I loved it! I was hoping we would get some “next generation” horror authors to come out.  I feel I have not found good horror authors in a while this author may be up with Stephen King and more.   I would read more from this author.  I can’t wait to see what else this author can do in horror! *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  5/5 Stars

Control FreakZ by Michael Evans

I think this book was interesting.  It did keep my attention and I kept reading until the end.  I liked the characters and I think this was a great start for a new author. Teens escaping a death sentence from their government.  The book had some great action as well.  I can’t wait to see what else this author can write.  *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  4/5 Stars

The Extraction by Steven F. Freeman

This book to me is a recipe for success.  I really liked this character ex-FBI criminal profiler Decimus Farr and I enjoy a good mystery.  I love when authors take me on a ride with books.  I feel this book was all that and more. This book is written well and full of suspense and I think you should check it out and see how much you like it too.  *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  5/5 Stars

Paradise is Not Forever by Vera Fernandez

This is a good story of romance and being in love. I remember the whirlwind you can get caught up in.  This story was great! I enjoyed this book. I liked the characters of Lexie and Owen they seemed real to me.   *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  4/5 Stars

Angels Cry by Tina Glasneck

This book to me was a little dark but I enjoyed that about it.  I think it fits how the author wanted us to feel about this book.  I enjoyed the up and downs and twists, I was on the edge of my seat of this book.  This book is not all roses and sunshine but does reflect things that are real about life.  I think the characters felt real to me and I was lost in this book. *This book was given to me for free at my request in LibraryThing giveaway and I provided this voluntary review.*  5/5 Stars

Diary of Anna the Girl Witch by Vic Connor

A witch book, I have to say I have not outgrown witches.  I think this book was a fun read.  Anna finds out she is from a family of witches and powerful well known ones.  Can be good and bad right?  Check this book out to see what you think.  *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  4/5 Stars

Triorion: Awakening by L. J. Hachmeister

Wow, this was a fun read for me.  I wouldn’t say I read a lot of Sci-fi but I enjoyed this book.  The characters were great the story was suspenseful and exciting.  I enjoyed this book. *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  4/5 Stars

Girl Fighter by Cyan Night

Aliyah is a very likable and exciting character in this book.  She feels very much like a real person to me.  I wanted to keep reading to find out more about her story. I never really enjoyed fighting but I see why Aliyah feels the way she does in this book and what made her a cage fighter. This book was a fun, intense, and has great up and downs for Aliyah.  I enjoyed it more than I first thought I would. *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  5/5 Stars

What Haunts Me by Margaret Millmore

I was so excited to read this book.  It was everything I hoped it would be.  I am so glad I got a chance to check it out. I really enjoy ghost stories and the fact that George can kill them was a good part to this book.  It made this book stand out.  I could see this book as a TV series.  It was this good for me.  This book was great and enjoyed it from page 1 to the end.  I would read more from this author.  *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  5/5 Stars

Stolen by Jessica Titone

A interesting look at a romance with some fantasy. Ella is a character I can relate to.  I felt the different emotions this book gave me and it was a good read.  I don’t think I could be a ballerina but I do love to tap dance.  *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  4/5 Stars

Dark and Broken Souls by E.J. King

This book had me at vampires.   I really enjoyed this book. A new take on vampires, which I would think now days is not an easy thing to do.  I liked the characters and it reminded a little of my love for the Twilight Series.  *This book was given to me for free at my request at a LibraryThing giveaway and I provided this voluntary review.*  4/5 Stars

Hiding by Jenny Morton Potts—-ARC —-Publication Date 2/1/2018

This book had from the beginning.  I loved the cover and everything about this book.  This is a new author for me and I would read more.  As the book promises it is a very gripping psychological thriller!  I enjoyed it very much.  You should check it out.  *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  5/5 Stars

All These Things: Maya Invictus by Mark Tiro

I liked this book better that the first book in this series.  Maya is a gifted lawyer and she has a hard case in this book.  This book kept me reading until the end. *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  4/5 Stars

Implicit:Soul Invictus by Mark Tiro

I felt like this book was slow in the beginning but once I got passed that I liked this book.  This story took me on a journey, really many journeys with the main character, Maya.  I felt that this book was interesting and deep at the same time.  This book left me with many things to think about I my own life.  *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*  3/5 Stars

Land of Strength and Sorrow by Cassandra Fear

What a wonderful story.  I think this author has great ideas in this book and she made me “see” what she was writing about.  I saw it come it life in my head.  The characters and the world she built. Faeries, giants, magical creatures, and a magical world, I enjoyed it all very much.  I would read more from this author.  I have to say though with the last name of Fear, when I saw this authors name I thought of R.L. Stine’s Fear street books and I wanted Cassandra Fear to write books in the horror genre.  But I enjoyed this book so what do I know.  lol  *This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.*   5/5 Stars

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