Cover Reveal: Small Town Girl (Small Town #1) by Linda Cunningham

Title: Small Town Girl (Small Town #1) Author: Linda Cunningham Publisher: Omnific Publishing Release: November 11, 2011 Genre: Contemporary Romance Age Group: Adult

Title: Small Town Girl (Small Town #1)
Author: Linda Cunningham
Publisher: Omnific Publishing
Release: November 11, 2011
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Age Group: Adult

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When Lauren Smith begrudgingly returns to the small Vermont town where she grew up to arrange for the sale of her late grandmother’s old farmhouse, she has everything she’s always worked for. Lauren drives a Mercedes. She’s engaged to one of the most powerful businessmen in the country and wears a three-carat diamond ring to prove it. She lives in a penthouse on Central Park West. 

 Yes, Lauren has everything she considers important. She is smugly prepared for any eventuality in dealing with these country people so Lauren isn’t surprised when the hot water isn’t working at the old house. No problem. She simply looks in the phone book and calls the local plumber.

The moment Caleb Cochran steps through the old screen door to fix the hot water, the glittery facade that masquerades as Lauren’s life begins to crumble around her. Though she tries hard to deny their mutual, magnetic attraction, Lauren is finally forced to reevaluate her focus and come face-to-face with her true self. Small Town Girl is a story of discovering the true meaning of life and love.

This novel is the first book in the Small Town series, however, each book can be read as a stand-alone.

Linda CunninghamAbout the author and where to find her:

 Linda has written steadily throughout the years, but usually other people’s papers, speeches, or articles for agricultural trade magazines. Her only published work of fiction was a children’s book, “The Copper Angel of Piper’s Mill”, written in 1988 when her children were still small. Now that the kids are out of the house, Linda is writing fiction again, and this time it’s personal! She writes full time and it’s Romance! Her first romance novel, “Small Town Girl” is being published by Omnific Publishing and should be available late summer/early fall of this year.  Linda lives in a romantic stone house in the green mountains of Vermont surrounded by her gardens and her animals who include horses, sheep, cats, dogs, chickens, a parakeet and various wildlife visitors who wander in and out at will. When time permits, she also enjoys sketching and painting.

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Fractured Light by Rachel McClellan: Review and Giveaway

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Hi everyone and welcome to my stop in the AToMR Tours-sponsored tour of Fractured Soul by Rachel McClellan.  Today, I have my review of book one in the series, Fractured Light, the synopsis for book two, Fractured Soul and a giveaway.  Thank you so very much for stopping by my blog and if you would like to check out the other stops on the tour, just click here. Happy Wednesday to you 🙂

Format: Hardcover, 304 pages Published: February 8, 2012 by Sweetwater Books  ISBN:  1599559420 (ISBN13: 9781599559421) Edition language: English Series: Fractured Light #1

Format: Hardcover, 304 pages
Published: February 8, 2012 by Sweetwater Books
ISBN: 1599559420 (ISBN13: 9781599559421)
Edition language: English
Series: Fractured Light #1

Fractured Light Synopsis:

I’m dying, I thought. This was unexpected and not at all how I envisioned my death. I was supposed to die gardening in a flowerbed as a hundred-year-old woman, not as a seventeen-year-old trapped in a lake beneath inches of ice.  Llona Reese is used to living on the run. After the Vykens killed her parents, she knew they would eventually come for her too. She can’t take any chances. But when she starts to make friends for the first time in her life, she gets careless and lets her guard down. Big mistake.  As an Aura, Llona can manipulate light and harness its energy. But if she wants to survive, Llona will have to defy the Auran Council and learn to use her power as a weapon against the Vyken whose sole desire is to take her light. Now she’s caught in something even bigger than she can understand, with a power she can’t wield, and no one she can trust, except, just maybe, a mysterious stranger. In this breathtaking and romantic adventure, Rachel McClellan delivers a truly mesmerizing story that will keep you guessing to the very end.

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My Rating: 4/5 stars

My Review:

Llona is not a daredevil, she never intentionally puts herself at risk, and she does not ever, under any circumstances draw attention to herself.  Flying under the radar is what has allowed Llona to live as long as she has and if she keeps to her routine, she may even live long enough to attend her own high school graduation.  On the outside, Llona looks like every other teenager but looks, as we all know can be quite deceiving.  Llona is an Aura, a being not quite human with the ability to bring comfort, happiness, beauty, and light into the world.  While this may sound like a super-awesome super-power, Llona’s gifts and abilities have also marked her for death.Over the centuries Auras like Llona have been tracked, stalked, hunted and killed by the Vyken, a vicious and deadly race of night walkers who can only ever walk in the light after having consumed the blood of an Aura.  Since the effects of an Auras’ blood are only temporary, they have been hunted almost to the point of extinction.  Determined not to be yet another casualty in the Aura/Vyken war, Llona has spent her life on the run with her uncle and never allows herself to become too close to anyone.  Two of the many disadvantages to this lifestyle are Llona’s inability to interact with other Auras and her serious lack of knowledge regarding her gifts and the limits she can take her talents too.  Sadly, Llona knows just enough to be dangerous.  Everything changes quickly however when Llona’s life is threatened and she is forced to decide how she wants to address the threat.  Follow the plan and run or stand and fight?

In spite of her better judgment, Llona has actually made a few friends and determines that if she is ever to have a normal life with real friends, she has to quit running.  Among her friends are May, the quirky, fits-in-everywhere friend with a secret talent of her own, Matt the über-smart guy who shares Llona’s love of literature, and Christian, the hot, overly-protective and rather mysterious guy.  Christian is an enigma for Llona: she is drawn to him; she knows he is drawn to her; he always seems to be around when she is in trouble; he seems to (inexplicably) know things about Llona’s talents and; he makes it very clear they can never, ever be anything more than friends.  Well, that sucks!!  Even with all the confusion about Llona and Christian and how they feel about one another, Llona knows when push comes to shove she can count on Christian absolutely.

As Llona begins to learn more about herself, her powers, and Auras in general she comes to believe she (and all other Auras) can use their powers to defend themselves rather than simply spreading warm fuzzy feelings around.  Llona begins teaching herself how to manipulate her light while Christian teaches her how to manipulate her body and fight.  Through her training, Llona discovers she is powerful and can access her light at any time, calling on it to protect her and those she cares for.  She also discovers Christian’s true role in her life and the reasons for his separating himself from her emotionally.  Incidentally and awesomely, the information about Christian applies to Llona’s past and helps explain what really happened to her mother and father.  Oooohhh, I love it when the past and present come together like this J  As you have already guessed, all of the training pays off when Llona is forced to confront the Vyken who has been threatening her life.  The final battle is high drama and high action with a sprinkling of surprise thrown into the mix.

The Bottom Line:  Overall, I wasn’t blown away by Fractured Light but I think this is because there are a few too many slow moments for me.  With this being said, I very much enjoyed the plot line and the characters are well-developed and relatable.  I like Llona’s determination and resilience, May’s quirkiness and cool power, and Christian’s determination to do the right thing no matter his personal feelings.  Each of the characters work well together and within the overall plot line and I am looking forward to seeing what fate and McClellan has in store for their respective futures.

Format: Hardcover, 336 pages Published: February 12, 2013 by Cedar Fort (first published February 2013)  ISBN:  1462111807 (ISBN13: 9781462111800) Edition language: English Series: Fractured Light #2

Format: Hardcover, 336 pages
Published: February 12, 2013 by Cedar Fort (first published February 2013)
ISBN: 1462111807 (ISBN13: 9781462111800)
Edition language: English
Series: Fractured Light #2

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Fractured Soul Synopsis:

Llona will do whatever it takes to protect her new found friends and home, but the dark plot that is threatening Lucent Academy, a school that’s supposed to be a safe place for Auras, may be too powerful for even Llona to defeat. This fast-paced tale of love, loyalty, and overcoming the darkness will keep you on the edge of your seat until the last page!

About the author and where to find her:

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Rachel McClellan was born and raised in Idaho, a place secretly known for its supernatural creatures. When she’s not in her writing lair, she’s partying with her husband and four crazy, yet lovable, children. Rachel’s love for storytelling began as a child when the moon first possessed the night. For when the lights went out, her imagination painted a whole new world. And what a scary world it was…

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Wicked Kiss (Nightwatchers #2) by Michelle Rowan: Review

Format: Paperback, 448 pages Published: February 26, 2013 by Harlequin Teen  ISBN:  0373210647 (ISBN13: 9780373210640) Edition language: English Series: Nightwatchers #2

Format: Paperback, 448 pages
Published: February 26, 2013 by Harlequin Teen
ISBN: 0373210647 (ISBN13: 9780373210640)
Edition language: English
Series: Nightwatchers #2

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I used to be ordinary Samantha Day, but that’s changed. Now, after one dark kiss from a dangerous boy, I can steal someone’s soul…or their life. If I give in to the constant hunger inside me, I hurt anyone I kiss. If I don’t…I hurt myself.
Bishop is the one whose kiss I crave most, but if I kiss him, I’ll kill him. Then there’s another boy, one I can’t hurt. One whose kiss seems to miraculously quell my hunger. They’re both part of a team of angels and demons that’s joined forces in my city to fight a mysterious rising darkness, an evil that threatens everyone I know and love. I just wonder if I’ll be able to help Bishop-or if I’m just another part of the darkness he’s sworn to destroy….
NIGHTWATCHERS
When angels and demons must work together, something beyond evil is rising…

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My Rating:3½/5 stars

My Review:

Frustration abounds in Wicked Kiss, the sophomore effort of Michelle Rowan’s Nightwatchers series – frustration for both the characters and the reader.  Wicked Kiss opens with Sam and Bishop in the same place we left them at the end of book one: Sam’s hunger for souls is growing and Bishop’s grasp on his sanity is slipping away.

The team (Bishop, Kraven, Roth, etc.) is still stationed in the old church and struggling to fulfill their mission as well as struggling with one another.  Added to the mix is a new angel, Cassandra who has been sent to Trinity to “help” the team; oh, and she is going to live with Sam in order to keep an eye on her.  Oh, goody!  For the most part, the bulk of the read is devoted to the team running around like a multi-headed chicken with its multiple heads cut off trying to contain the growing gray problem and not kill one another in the process.  There is so much in-fighting and secret-keeping among the members of the team that they can barely function as a unit thus making it virtually impossible to do their respective jobs.

As for Sam, in order to keep her growing hunger under control, she has elected to angrily remove herself from the team and go about taking care of business on her own.  While attempting to track down Stephen and retrieve her soul, Sam runs into Jordan (aka the Queen B*tch of the Universe or high school) and after a tragic event, the two girls realize they have to work together if they hope to unravel what’s going on in Trinity.  Though they have a very, very rough start, Sam and Jordan begin to put the clues together and discover the rash of recent suicides plaguing Trinity are not related to the gray problem but are related to the supernatural.  To Jordan’s credit, not only does she not freak out over all the supernatural business but she dives right in and does her best to help.  She’s still an unholy, wretched human with a snarly attitude but I won’t lie, I kind of like her.

Wicked Kiss is full of well-developed characters but a few are becoming tiresome and those that are more interesting are not (yet?) playing a large enough role in the long-term plot line.  Here’s the skinny:

Sam: I have a distinct love/hate relationship with Sam.  On the one hand she is strong and unwilling to give up on her goals yet on the other hand she is very fickle where Bishop is concerned.  She convinces herself she loves Bishop then learns something new about his (awesomely surprising!) past and decides she can’t be with him – the cycle becomes tiresome quickly.

Bishop: I still like Bishop but truly wish he would stop pulling some of the bonehead stunts he is constantly pulling.  He is struggling to keep it together long enough to complete his mission and return to Heaven so his pesky soul can once again be removed and he go back to business as usual.  Did I mention he is an angel of Death?  How sweet is that?

Kraven: I am really starting too really like Kraven.  Kraven is one of the few Nightwatcher characters who is absolutely straight-forward and honest about his goals, intentions, and motivations.  He hates his brother but refuses to allow anyone else to kill Bishop; Kraven believes the right to kill his brother is all his own.  There is no subterfuge with Kraven, he is evil though sometimes chooses to do a good deed, he owns his actions, and I like it!  This is one of two characters I really want to see playing a much larger role in the series.

Jordan: now that she has stopped being quite so wretched toward Sam she is growing on me.  In Wicked Kiss we learn a lot more, though not nearly enough about Jordan and she is certainly more than she appears to be.  This becomes evident the moment everyone realizes Jordan can’t be hit with the angelic mind-wipe whammy!  I truly believe Jordan has a larger role to play in the series and am quite impatient to see how her role plays out.

The Bottom Line: For now, I am still committed to the Nightwatchers series and I genuinely liked the short-term plot of this novel but found myself becoming more and more frustrated as the novel reached its end.  The constant secret-keeping among all the characters, the way too late to help revealing of those secrets, and the multiple just in the nick of time miraculous saves became a bit too much.  Even Sam comments on how all the secrets have done nothing but hurt the team L  There are no major plot problems, the writing style is still smooth and easy to read and the characters are still interesting but the frustrating things are beginning to out weight the positive elements of the series.  For me, the third book in the Nightwatchers series will decide the fate of the series as a whole for me as a reader.

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Dr. Frankenstein’s Daughters by Suzanne Weyn: Review

Format: Hardcover, 250 pages Published: January 1, 2013 by Scholastic Press  ISBN:  0545425336 (ISBN13: 9780545425339) Edition language: English

Format: Hardcover, 250 pages
Published: January 1, 2013 by Scholastic Press
ISBN: 0545425336 (ISBN13: 9780545425339)
Edition language: English

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Synopsis:

A new generation is creating a monster….

Giselle and Ingrid are the twin daughters of Doctor Victor Frankenstein, but they are very different people, and when they inherit his castle in the Orkney Islands, Giselle dreams of holding parties and inviting society — but Ingrid is fascinated by her father’s forbidden experiments.

My Rating: 5/5 stars

Source: Netgalley and Scholastic Press

My Review:

Wow!!  It took about three pages for me to become totally and completely absorbed in Suzanne Weyn’s Dr. Frankenstein’s Daughters.  The book opens in June of 1798 in the pages of Dr. Victor Frankenstein’s personal diary where we discover his fear, guilt, and despair over having created what he calls, the Monster.  In the years since his creation, the Monster has pursued, chased, and hunted his maker in an effort to compel the scientist to create for him, a mate.  In an effort to protect his family, Dr. Frankenstein abandons them and goes on the run right up until the moment he dies leaving everything to his twin daughters.

Giselle and Ingrid are the twin daughters of Dr. Victor Frankenstein; though the girls have one another, they have very few other family members in their life and have become quite accustomed to being rather alone.  The night the twins were born their mother died delivering them and their father, the famed scientist abandoned them in order to preserve their lives and keep their existence hidden from the Monster.  In the years since that fateful night each girl has grown into her own: Giselle is beautiful, cultured, and interested in being a member of high society while Ingrid is the more plain of the two and far more interested in science and research than in her appearance and parties.  Despite their differences the girls are absolutely attached to one another and when they learn they have inherited their ancestral home in the Orkney’s, the distinguished title of baroness and a lot of money they jump at the chance for total freedom and independence.

Instantly the girls fall in love with Castle Frankenstein though for very different reasons.  Giselle sees the grand old castle as a place where she will host lavish parties and become what she desires above all else, a member of elite European society.  While exploring the castle, Ingrid stumbles upon her late father’s diaries and laboratory and becomes obsessed with his research.  Also of note: Ingrid becomes involved with their reclusive and seriously ill neighbor, Walter; Giselle is involved in several dangerous and scary events and; the island they live on, though small is experiencing an unusual number of unsolved and terribly violent crimes.

Nearly the entire novel is told through the girls’ diary entries which allows for a more intimate and personal interpretation of events.  The entries not only reveal the sisters’ thoughts and interpretation of events but also reveal their growth as characters.  Ingrid, in her obsession to help her love, Walter grows intellectually by leaps and bounds while Giselle becomes more aware of her place in the world and asserts her independence.  As events unfold both girls begin to note troubling changes in the other which causes concern on both sides.  The concerns are well-founded (and spoilery!!) and will keep the reader turning page after page after page as quickly as possible.  Every turn of the page brings heightened drama, more concern, greater intrigue, and increasing suspense which all culminates in a perfect storm of crazy and a guest appearance by Mary Shelley J

The Bottom Line: I knew this book was going to be, at least good, when I requested it from Netgalley and was in no way prepared for how very, very good it actually is!  I had absolutely no interest in putting this book down each time I picked it up to read.  I was desperate to know if Ingrid would be able to help Walter, who was next to be found dead, and how successful Giselle’s grand ball would turn out to be.  How everything comes together in the end is as surprising as it is creeptastic.  Dr. Frankenstein’s Daughters is a most intriguing, well written, and satisfying read that I can, without reservation, recommend to all readers, young adult and beyond.

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Spotlight: Focus (The Crescent Chronicles #2) by Alyssa Rose Ivy

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Today I am delighted to spotlight Focus, the second book in Alyssa Rose Ivy’s The Crescent Chronicles series.  If you would like to check out the other stops on the tour just click here.  Following all the cool bookish information is an awesome Raffle copter giveaway.  Thanks for stopping by 🙂

Title: Focus (Crescent Chronicles, #2) Author: Alyssa Rose Ivy Release date: January 23, 2013 Genre: Paranormal Romance Age Group: Mature YA/ New Adult

Title: Focus (Crescent Chronicles, #2)
Author: Alyssa Rose Ivy
Release date: January 23, 2013
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Age Group: Mature YA/ New Adult

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Freshman year of college is hard even when you’re not tied to the future king of a supernatural society.  Allie dives into college head first with Hailey as her roommate and the city of New Orleans as her backyard. As things within The Society heat up, Allie realizes that whether she’s with Levi or not, she’s in far too deep to turn back.

AlyssaAbout the author and where to find her:

Alyssa Rose Ivy is a Young Adult and New Adult author who loves to weave stories with romance and a southern setting. Although raised in the New York area, she fell in love with the South after moving to New Orleans for college. After years as a perpetual student, she turned back to her creative side and decided to write. She lives in North Carolina with her husband and two young children, and she can usually be found with a cup of coffee in her hand.

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Cover Reveal: Spirit (Elemental #5) by Shauna Granger

Title: Spirit (Elemental, #5) Author: Shauna Granger Release date: April 19, 2013 Genre: Urban Fantasy;  YA/New Adult/Adult: YA/New Adult

Title: Spirit (Elemental, #5)
Author: Shauna Granger
Release date: April 19, 2013
Genre: Urban Fantasy; YA/New Adult/Adult: YA/New Adult

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Not even a guardian angel is more powerful than Death.  Always careful to watch out for others, Shayna put too much trust her  abilities to keep herself safe and has been cut down by crazed man. Now she is  trapped in the land of the dead, watching as her two best friends suffer the  consequences of her death; their powers are fading and soon they will too. Shayna  is desperate to return to the land of the living to save them from a similar,  cold fate. To save her friends Shayna must turn away from the Light and, in  doing so, sacrifice her wings.  But the longer Shayna stays among the dead, the further she slips from sanity.  If Shayna cannot find her way back she will be condemned and lost forever among  the restless souls of the dead. With nothing left to lose, she will do whatever  it takes to fight her way back, with or without her wings.

shaunagrangerAbout the author and where to find her:

Like so many other writers, Shauna grew up as an avid reader, it was in high school that she realized she wanted to be a writer. Five years ago Shauna started work on her Elemental Series and released the first installment, Earth, on May 1, 2011. When not reading and writing, Shauna enjoys cooking and playing hostess whenever she can.

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Descension by B.C. Burgess: Creating the Chemistry between Layla and Quin

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Hello and welcome to my stop on the AToMR Tours-sponsored tour of B.C. Burgess’s Descension: Book One of the Mystic Series.   Today I am pleased to offer you a guest post from the author in which she describes how she was able to create the chemistry between Layla and Quin.  Following the post you will find a Rafflecopter giveaway and if you would like to check out the rest of the stops on the tour, just click here.

Format: Paperback, 2nd, 324 pages Published: March 27, 2013 by Bandit Publishing (first published April 4, 2012)   ASIN: B00BZE8PNY Edition language: English Series: Mystic #1

Format: Paperback, 2nd, 324 pages
Published: March 27, 2013 by Bandit Publishing (first published April 4, 2012)
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Edition language: English
Series: Mystic #1

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The Angel: After three years caring for her dying mother, Layla Callaway learns she was adopted under unusual circumstances. Following a cryptic message to seek her birth family in Oregon, Layla uproots her lonely life, quickly finding she descends from witches and wizards. Magic is in her blood, and a handsome family friend is eager to prove it. Through a ring imprinted with her birth parents’ memories, Layla’s enigmatic past comes to light, presenting possibilities and trials more chimerical than her wildest dreams.

The Guardian: Quin’s natural charisma yields plenty of witches, but he longs for the lost witch – the mysterious Layla. He’s dreamed about her his entire life, envisioning the day he would lay eyes on her face and aura. When that day arrives, not only is he breathless, he’s confronted with the challenge of a lifetime – an innate need to keep her safe and forever by his side.

The Hunter: Employing fiendish manipulation and manpower, Agro uses the arcane force of others to elevate his supremacy and wealth. Nothing pleases him more than latching on to a mystical vein, and never has there been a more enticing source. The divine witch will be his.

Creating the Chemistry between Layla and Quin:

DESCENSION contains an abundance of touching moments, literally. Many of the witches and wizards are “hands-on” by nature, so there’s plenty of PDA. But the chemistry between the characters lies mostly in dialogue, internal and external. I love external dialogue, and witches and wizards tend to be extraordinarily vocal, which allows a lot of dialogue play. I also love getting glimpses into both the hero and the heroine’s point-of-view, so I give readers’ insight to both, enflaming the chemistry with full-disclosure. As for Quin and Layla’s chemistry specifically, I must give the majority of credit to Quin. There’s an immediate attraction when they first see each other, and for Quin, it’s not only physical (you’ll have to read the book to see what else Quin finds when he looks at Layla). But even if Layla’s smitten, she’s also naïve and insecure and has no idea how to handle sweaty palms and a speeding heart. Thankfully, Quin is the opposite of naïve and insecure and has no problem proving it. He’s also gorgeous and charismatic and could blow up a chemistry lab with nothing more than his dimpled smile.

B.C. BurgessAbout the author and where to find her:

I’m a small town girl with big dreams and a wild imagination. I’m addicted to coffee and writing. The combination is my idea of heaven. I read every day, if only to my young son, whom I hope to someday inspire with my passion for writing.

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