I really enjoyed this book, it wasn’t as hot as I thought it would be. The scenes in The Dark room was intense and the sex was written really well. I really enjoyed reading these two authors and I did continue to read the other books in this series although each book can be read as a standalone.
I love that hunter is willing to risk his job to help Kennedy with her client and even knowing that there is risks. The difference between this book and the first one is the stakes are so much higher in this book, I was on the edge of my seat during this book I could not put it down. The stakes just kept getting higher and higher. I’m also not going to say why because that will totally spoil the plot and it’s better if you don’t know the thing that’s going to happen. Just know I actually felt fear for these characters like I did not know if some of them was going to survive.
I really loved the plot and the characters and the writing was amazing! I will definitely be reading more from this author duo.
Play Room – Heidi McLaughlin & L.P. Dover
I really liked this book, Kai and Alexander are really cute. I love Jared I think he needs his own book. I can’t believe Jenica outed them both about society X.
Twisted Fate – Tracey Jukes
I first saw the cover and that is what drew me to this book. I had very mixed feelings during this it had such a great start and from there I kind of just fell away from this book. So the plot of this book is absolutely amazing, the characters on the other hand felt meh to me.
The beginning of this story gripped me the first chapter literally had me gripped. The writing was really good and I liked the writing, it was really nice and easy to read.
I really liked that Reid and Esme kept bumping into each other and some of the meetings were hilarious. Reid was kind of an ass but I did start to like him a little. Nyla is the real friend that we all need in life. I really like Nyla.
Also one of the things I didn’t like is how like asshole and obsessive Reid was straight away. It was so insta lovey. Usually I don’t mind stuff like this but for some reason this one just rubbed me the wrong way and I really didn’t like it.
So I had very mixed feelings about it.
Grosse Pointe – Natalie Barnes
So once I got used to the writing in this book it got a lot easier to follow that being said the author stays very true (I believe) to the time period that she is writing in. The book is action-packed and fast-paced and I loved the description in the book and how it didn’t slow the action down either. I really liked the scene with Brek and his mum that was really cute.
I really loved Finn! I kind of loved him more than Brek but he was a great character and I really loved his relationship with Hazel, weirdly more than I did with Brek and Gabriella. Regardless though still loved them but Finn and Hazel have my heart.
Honestly, some of this book is so tense and it did get me on the edge of my seat. This was a different kinda book for me and I’m glad I took the chance to read it. Also that ending… I don’t want to say anymore because spoilers. Let’s just say I was slapped in the face…
The Lost Book of The White – Cassandra Clare & Wesley Chu
It was perfect. I have all the feels.
Wendigo Forest – C.A. King
I really enjoyed this book, it pulled me in from the start and it kept me reading throughout I didn’t find myself getting bored or anything. I really liked the characters and thought they were well developed rather than be supporting 1 sided characters they were really well rounded. I loved the little short novella and I’d be interested to read more of C.A. King’s writing. But yes really thoroughly enjoyed the story!