Monday, July 22, 2013

THE LOST YEARS Review- 5th book in the series of Easter Lilly

The Lost Years by Judy Serrano - Coming September 19th, 2013

Judy’s Lilly Series they are more than just mobsters and gangsters. They are people who love and hurt, who have children just like anyone else. Some are not given a choice to be who they are, some are born into it. Some try to run from it and get new starts, but where ever they go trouble finds them.
Lilly did her best to try and take Junior away from all that. To have a normal life, but with the name Monitiago being known as the biggest crime lords in the United States and Mexico that is not an easy task.
Junior has shot and killed people, including a couple of his uncles. Junior now feels there may be something wrong with him. He has no regret for what he does, until he falls in love for the very first time and of course with someone else girlfriend, which leads to a whole lot of trouble.
The Uncles have done a good job with grooming him, and teaching him how to protect himself. But not only that, they taught him to respect women as well. Like no sex. And that family and friendship are also very important. Junior gets into trouble; he gets grounded, just like any normal teenager. The only difference between him and other teenagers is he knows how to shoot and will kill you if he has to.
Judy Serrano has so much going on in the stories, she tells parts that terrify you, parts that bring a smile to your face and parts that brings tears to your eyes. She reminds me of the author Danielle Steel who brings out the same emotions in her stories. But don’t take my word for it. Go out and buy the book and if you haven’t read any of the Lilly series buy them all. You won’t be disappointed. I would love to see this series turn into a movie or a TV mini-series one day.
I can’t wait to see what she has coming out next. Judy Serrano is awe-inspiring, outstanding story teller.

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Friday, July 12, 2013

It's Release Day! Symbiotic Mates 4: Damian and the Doctor

Symbiotic Mates 4: Damian and the Doctor

[Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, with M/F elements, vampires, shape-shifters, HEA]

Damian Starling, a scarred and reclusive vampire, believes no man will ever be able to look past his damaged face and love him. When Damian is put in charge of a captured wolf, he enjoys the growing friendship between him and an animal that doesn't care what he looks like. Damian is ordered to get the wolf to shift, but he's torn. He wants to know the man inside the animal, but Damian fears if the lycan sheds his fur, he'll turn away in disgust.

Doc Alder, a lycan physician, knows the vampires have some sinister plan for him, but he intends to go down fighting—as a wolf. Nothing can persuade him to shift to human form until a scarred vampire gains his trust. Doc shifts, and what started as friendship turns to blazing passion. The men fight their growing feelings, but soon learn that some bonds can never be broken.

Available at Bookstrand:

Happy Reading!



Monday, July 1, 2013

The Ballerina & The Fighter (Book 1)

New Release
The Ballerina & The Fighter
by Ursula Sinclair
A new adult contemporary romance.

Do you know what happens when boy meets girl? Maybe. Still. Wouldn't you like to know.


I travel through life dancing.

All I ever wanted to do was dance, as did my best friend. We'd made so many plans together, but one night an explosion changed it all. Only one of us survived, and I promised myself I'd succeed for us both. And I did, until an accident almost ruined my career, but Maze came back into my life when I needed him most. He pulled me out of the depths of my despair. But could I save him now?

I travel through life fighting.

It had always been Ivy; from the first moment I saw her leaping through the air like she had wings to lift her from the ground. But she was my dream, something I wanted more than anything else in my life. I promised myself I would stay away from her. Violence followed me everywhere and I tried to keep her far away from it. She was my point of illumination in the dark, tumultuous world I lived in. But I could not stay away from her. Not when I knew she needed me. As much as I needed her. But could she accept me as I am?