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reviewed No Mercy. November 13, 2010
No Mercy
   PJVs QUICKIE POV: A great addition to the Dark Hunter universe, No Mercy is hard hitting, sexy and intense. There were a few little plot flaws that had my brain churning, but nothing to sneeze …
reviewed Tyger, Tyger. October 25, 2010
Tyger, Tyger
Tyger Tyger: A Goblin Wars Book by Kersten Hamilton    PJVs QUICKIE POV: Tyger, Tyger is a richly, imaginative story that drew me in from the onset. Steeped in Irish lore and myth …
reviewed The Ghost Shrink, The Accidental Gigo.... October 25, 2010
The Ghost Shrink, The Accidental Gigolo & The Poltergeist Accountant By Vivi Andrews
The Ghost Shrink, The Accidental Gigolo & The Poltergeist Accountant By Vivi Andrews    PJVs QUICKIE POV: I now am a complete FanGirl of Vivi Andrews. I was impressed with her short …
reviewed Three Days to Dead. October 16, 2010
Three Days to Dead
PJVs QUICKIE POV: The anticipation of this book was better than the actual experience. I was really looking forward to reading this one - probably the chick on the cover and that knife, she looks like …
City of Glass (Mortal Instruments)
   Before reading this review, please note that because this is a review of the third book, there will be spoilers. Major spoilers that will hinder your enjoyment of the first two books. Only …
reviewed Marked. October 08, 2010
Marked
PJVs QUICKIE POV: I seem to go through fazes... the theme of the month are the Olympians. Always a big fan of those naughty gods and goddessess Naughton's Eternal Guardians had my interest piqued …
reviewed Moon Rise. October 05, 2010
Moon Rise
   PJVs QUICKIE POV: A great follow-up to Brother's debut, Moonshine, Moon Rise is as fun and entertaining as the first book. The series made me laugh and cringe and want to kick something. …
reviewed Moon Spun. October 05, 2010
Moon Spun by Marilee Brothers
   PJVs QUICKIE POV: The latest book by Marilee Brother's takes the world of Alfrieda to a whole 'nother plane. Fairyland to be exact - and while the series just got a lot more complicated …
reviewed Feral Hunger. September 25, 2010
Feral Hunger
PJVs QUICKIE POV: I went on a Samhain Publishing kick this week and thoroughly enjoyed my visit. I do have to say, though, Feral Hunger wasn't the most enjoyable book that I've gotten from …
Infinite Days (Vampire Queen)
   PJVs QUICKIE POV: I have to admit, I read this book for the first time and wasn't blown away, but it  burrowed under my skin like a beetle. It stuck with me, it ate away at me, I …
reviewed Moonstone. September 22, 2010
Moonstone
PJVs QUICKIE POV: Take a trip to the trailer park...and delight in this charming, quirky and outrageously entertaining book. It was written with children in mind, but it thoroughly entertained this adult. …
reviewed The Iron Duke. September 22, 2010
The Iron Duke by Meljean Brook
PJVs QUICKIE POV: Hot damn! My jaw is still on the floor after reading this one. Excuse me while I pick it up and get my thoughts in order. I can only compare the world building in the IRON SEAS series …
reviewed Hourglass (Evernight). September 19, 2010
Hourglass (Evernight)
ARC review copy provided by Harper Collins.      PJV's QUICKIE POV: I thought Evernight (links take you to reviews) was a good YA book.  Stargazer and OK follow-up, but Hourglass...blew …
reviewed Evernight (Evernight, Book 1). September 19, 2010
Evernight
PJV's Quickie POV:  I enjoyed this book tremendously, and had planned on sucking down the sequel quickly, but with an out of control TBR it took me awhile. I was truly taken surprise by this …
reviewed Thorn Queen. September 19, 2010
Thorn Queen
   Thorn Queen (Dark Swan Series #2)    I am not going into details so I won’t spoil the ending of Storm Queen, but the follow-up I think surpassed the first novel. There …
Storm Born (Dark Swan, Book 1)
Storm Born (Dark Swan Series #1)   Richelle Mead introduces us to her latest heroine, Eugenie Markam. Eugenie, who is also known as Odile Dark Swan is a shaman. She has dedicated her life …
Blue Bloods (Blue Bloods, Book 1)
Blue Bloods by Melissa de la Cruz   Melissa De la Cruz introduces us to the world of the Blue Bloods, over-privileged, Manhattan, teens, who attend a very private school and basically do whatever …
reviewed Strangers. September 19, 2010
Strangers
STRANGERS by Dead Koontz, while not truly horror, was one of the most compelling books in his repertoire that I have read. I found that this book was more reminsicent of Stephen King's writing than …
reviewed Darkfall. September 19, 2010
Darkfall
This book scared me silly and stuck with me ever since. If you are looking for a spine-chilling horror novel - go for this one.      Koontz is by far one of the best writers that …
An old favorite, the series by Auel was just recently brought back to mind when I found it at the library and reread The Clan of the Cave Bear. I had the entire series up to The Shelters of Stone but …
Kiss and Kin: A Sexy Shifter Story by Kinsey W. Holley
   PJVs QUICKIE POV: Whoah Mamma! I found a new author and her name is Kinsey W. Holley! Can you believe this was just a random kindle download from the recommended section? I can't, maybe …
reviewed Stranger in a Strange Land. September 18, 2010
Stranger in a Strange Land
This was the first book by Robert Heinlein that I read and from reading the first paragraph I was sucked into the genius that is this author.      Heinlein's books are thought …
reviewed Oh. My. Gods.. September 18, 2010
Oh. My. Gods.
PJVs QUICKIE REVIEW: Mean Girls meets Percy Jackson, this might not have been the most originally crafted piece of literature, but boy did I enjoy reading it! I couldn't get enough of Pheobe and the …
reviewed The Dead Girls' Dance (Morganville Va.... September 18, 2010
The Dead Girls' Dance (Morganville Vampires, Book
This is book two in the Morganville Vampire series. If you have not read the first book Glass Houses this review will contain spoilers. Please read my review of Glass Houses here to become aquainted with …
reviewed Cinco de Mayo. September 14, 2010
Cinco de Mayo
Don't judge this book by it's cover. I know sci-fi covers tend to lean to the cheesy side, so look past the dude getting struck in the head by Zeus and get this book, because it was good! It was overwhelming …
reviewed Glass Houses (Morganville Vampires, B.... September 14, 2010
Glass Houses (Morganville Vampires, Book 1)
This was a ONE SITTER. You know open the first page, sit down and you don't get up until you are done. I had been dying to read this one, but something had always kept me away from it...now I'm dying …
reviewed Masked by Moonlight. September 14, 2010
Masked by Moonlight
Immersion into Nancy Gideon's world might not have been a ride lined with daisies and chocolate, but it was completely entertaining and engrossing. Gideon plunges you face first into the criminal underbelly …
Cry Sanctuary: Book 1 of Red Rock Pass series
A well written and very highly developed Paranormal world of werewolves, Cry Sanctuary sucks you in immediately as the action begins from the onset and keeps going to the end. The book follows the story …
reviewed Raphael. August 31, 2010
Raphael
Vampires! Who can resist a vampire, especially a powerful, sexy, rich, vampire god like Reynolds created with Raphael. Oh mamma, I was in vampire heaven with this one, it had it all: tough and gritty …
reviewed Dear Tyrannosaurus Rex. August 31, 2010
Dear Tyrannosaurus Rex
This is my child's latest book crush. And frankly, I love this book also. Funny when you get excited to read a book to your daughter, because you want to hear it!    The story is about …
reviewed Paranormalcy. August 31, 2010
Paranormalcy
I bleeping loved this book. I had high expectations and White delivered. If you are in the mood for a feel-good, action-packed book that balances light and fluffy with dark and stormy perfectly, this …
reviewed Maybe This Time. August 31, 2010
Maybe This Time
A sweetly flavored, light, romantic read that left me smiling and interested in reading Crusie's other works. Maybe This Time pairs a delightful heroine with cute, but troubled kids, a haunted mansion, …
reviewed Generation Dead. August 30, 2010
Generation Dead
While I finished this book and actually did enjoy it, the entire time reading I felt unsettled. Uncomfortable in my own skin, or actually more specifically head. You see the book deals with a few topics …
reviewed Mockingjay. August 30, 2010
Mockingjay (The Final Book of The Hunger Games)
Never has a series touched me like The Hunger Games series. Every moment, every heart ache, every bit of dialogue is real. The characters reactions, moments of clarity, moments of insanity, pain, loss, …
Twice Bitten (Chicagoland Vampires, Book 3)
One of my favorite series, the Chicagoland Vampires have a special place in my heart, so not buying it straight when it came out was a killer for me. Luckily my library is speedy like that. I devoured …
Betrayals: A Strange Angels Novel
Kick-ass, with a bit of a raunchy flavor, the Strange Angels Series has been promoted to a favorite YA series in my eyes. I really enjoyed Strange Angels and Betrayals was a highly competent follow-up, …
Kill Me Again (Secrets of Shadow Falls)
Intriguing and fast paced, Kill Me Again sucked me in and held my attention through much of the book. I enjoyed the characters and while predictable at times, I did like the story-line and am now intrigued …
reviewed Liam The Leprechaun. August 06, 2010
LIAM THE LEPRECHAUN
LIAM THE LEPRECHAUN is about the little people of Ireland and the tiniest Leprechaun of all, Poor Liam. Liam is invislible, or at least he feels that way. He is so tiny that no one every notices him in …
reviewed I Stink!. August 06, 2010
I Stink!
Funny and a bit on the stinky side. I recommend this book for young readers because it really gets them involved. If your little one is anything like mine - well they are a bit obsessed with stinky things …
Tunjur! Tunjur! Tunjur!: A Palestinian Folktale
Tunjur! Tunjur! Tunjur! Retold by Margaret Read MacDonald, Illustrated by Alik Arzoumanian    Tunjur is a word derived from the Arabic word for cook pot, tunjura. It is the imagined …
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