Spotlight and Giveaway-Ignite February Releases


Set fire to your passions with heart stopping suspense, adventure, and intrigue from Ignite. Each Ignite title features to-die-for heroes and kick-butt heroines on an emotional roller coaster ride toward love. With new books and new passions exploding every month, every Ignite novel is one you can’t put down until the last page is turned. To find out more about their titles, chat with authors, participate in special events, and to find out what books are coming next, visit the Entangled website, follow them on Twitter, and like their Facebook page. Read more

Review: My Amish Boyfriend by Melody Carlson

May Contain Spoilers

Review:

After finishing Forever by Karen Ann Hopkins, I have to admit that I’m still intrigued by the idea of a regular teen falling for an Amish boy and giving up her way of life to be with him.  When My Amish Boyfriend popped up on Netgalley, I immediately clicked “Request” and crossed my fingers that access would be granted.  It was! Yeah!  And so I devoured this YA romance in one sitting.

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Spotlight and Giveaway! Angel Seduced and Sun God Seeks…Surrogate!

 

 

ANGEL SEDUCED by Jaime Rush (February 25, 2014; Forever Mass Market; $8.00)

Kye knows that her boyfriend Kasabian is in grave danger, investigating a series of kidnapped children. She knows he’s pushing her away for her own safety, but she won’t let him face it alone.
Kasabian will risk anything to rescue the children, and he has a bold plan to allow himself to be taken hostage by the kidnapper, Silva. While he tries to reason with Silva, Kye is racing again time to discover where the kidnapper is holding him .
If Kye is reunited with Kasabian, will their combined powers be enough? The fate of the Crescents-and Kye and Kasabian’s hearts-hang in the balance.

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Review: Moth and Spark by Anne Leonard

May Contain Spoilers

Review:

Moth and Spark caught my eye because it has dragons.  Ever since my introduction to Anne McCaffrey’s Dragonriders of Pern when I was a young, impressionable girl, I have been hooked on dragons.  Who wouldn’t want to take flight with a majestic beast and save the world from whatever dangers beset it?  Aside from having dragons and dragonriders, though, I would consider Moth and Spark more like A Game of Thrones, with less bloodshed, fewer heartrending deaths, and a lot more romance.  The focus of this novel is on politics and the machinations behind the war that is unleashed on Prince Corin’s small kingdom.  Chosen by the dragons to free them from their slavery to the Empire, Corin is challenged at every step to find a way to fulfill his duty to the stolen dragons. 

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