Dark Ghost (Dark #28)

Dark Ghost (Dark, #28)Dark Ghost by Christine Feehan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book has me so angry! For a book to invoke such emotion is always good. This is not to say that I didn’t curse, throw it across the room, and ranted and raved to some book friends about the story, and how horrible the relationship between the two main characters are, or how the repetitive words or phrases grated on my nerves. SPOILERE AHEAD! How dare a Carpathian male bind his lifemate without her knowledge! Not only of the binding but of their race! How selfish is that! How rude to take her blood without asking her permission! Such a dominate A$$HOLE! Ugh… just thinking about this story makes me angry! An honorable Carpathian doesn’t do those things! And so this is why this story has 5 stars. Christine’s writing has the power to invoke such emotion, that you absolutely HATE a character so thoroughly that you don’t even want to see his name ever again!

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Book Summary:

He wasn’t civilized or tame. He had his own code and he lived by it.

Monk. Bounty hunter. Vampire slayer. Andre Boroi has spent centuries battling the undead, holding out against the dark with honor. But now, gravely wounded by master vampire Costin Popescu, Andre will be easy to track—his spilled blood marking the killing trail for Popescu and his hungry band of underlings. Andre’s only chance is to disappear into the gray mist of the Carpathians. To wait. To hope.

She had a healing touch and a scent that was his lifeblood.

In the mountains in search of a precious crystal, geologist Teagan Joanes suddenly finds herself hunted by those she once trusted. Then she comes across the warrior—wounded, wanting and irresistible. Andre has been craving her for an eternity: his lifemate. Her warmth envelops him. Her scent pulsates. And with every beat of her heart, Teagan surrenders to a passion she can’t possibly comprehend.

Now they are bound by destiny, but is it enough to keep them safe from a stalking, relentless darkness that threatens to swallow them alive?

The Highlander’s Touch (Highlander, #3)

The Highlander's Touch (Highlander, #3)The Highlander’s Touch by Karen Marie Moning
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I have to admit this book is sssooo much better than the last two books in the series. The characters had me laughing, crying, and down right rolling. And of course there’s that one part that reminded me of when Darth Vader told Luke he was his father!!! OOMG! I can’t say more or I’d spoil it for you. Happy reading my friends.

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Book Summary:

A Warrior Of Immortal Powers

He was a mighty Scottish warrior who lived in a world bound by ancient laws and timeless magic. But no immortal powers could prepare the laird of Castle Brodie for the lovely accursed lass who stood before him. A terrible trick of fate had sent her 700 years back in time and into his private chamber to tempt him with her beauty—and seduce him with a desire he could never fulfill. For this woman he burned to possess was also
the woman he had foresworn to destroy.

A Woman Caught In The Mists Of Time

When Lisa felt the earth move under her feet, the fiercely independent 21st-century woman never dreamed she was falling…into another century. But the powerful, naked warrior who stood glaring down at her was only too real…and too dangerously arousing. Irresistibly handsome he might be, but Lisa had no intention of remaining in this savage land torn by treachery and war. How could she know that her seductive captor had other plans for her…plans that would save her from a tragic fate? Or that this man who had long ago forsaken love would defy time itself to claim her for his own….

The Glass Castle

The Glass CastleThe Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

*sigh* there are books that you just devour and move on, and then there are books that devour you and all you can do is just sit and let all the emotions roll freely. This is one of those books that will devour you. As I sit here and think of the true story she told, I can’t help to think of what a strong soul she is. This is a story of her childhood and into some of her adulthood. Her story is written in such a way you just can’t help but relate to it. On top of that it’s told in a humorous manner even though some of what her and her family faced were far from it! She could have looked at her life as if she was a victim and certainly she was like many poor kids with alcoholic father’s. But she didn’t, it was an adventure with some hard times but with a beautiful ending. So go pick this book up, grab a nice drink, and enjoy this beautiful heartbreaking story of one brave soul.

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Book Summary:

The Glass Castle is a remarkable memoir of resilience and redemption, and a revelatory look into a family at once deeply dysfunctional and uniquely vibrant. When sober, Jeannette’s brilliant and charismatic father captured his children’s imagination, teaching them physics, geology, and how to embrace life fearlessly. But when he drank, he was dishonest and destructive. Her mother was a free spirit who abhorred the idea of domesticity and didn’t want the responsibility of raising a family.

The Walls children learned to take care of themselves. They fed, clothed, and protected one another, and eventually found their way to New York. Their parents followed them, choosing to be homeless even as their children prospered.

The Glass Castle is truly astonishing–a memoir permeated by the intense love of a peculiar but loyal family