mardi 11 décembre 2018

Shamrock (Linear Tactical 3) by Janie Crouch

Hello to all,

I was supposed to post this last week but i got really sick ( still not healed) and between the fever and headache reading or screen were not my friends. Really sorry ( will do better in 2019)
I will try to get back on track soon but to start i'm sharing with you my opinion on a new release in the Linear tactical series by Janie Crouch : Shamrock

Happy reading!

Publisher: Calamity Jane Publishing
Publication: 2018
Genre: romantic suspense
Violence: strong,rape allusion
Language: normal
sex: strong
Public: 18+
Description from goodreads :

Every mission has a price.
He never meant for her to pay it.

Aiden has never left anyone behind. Not a comrade and certainly not an innocent. But when an undercover mission goes wrong, he's forced to abandon a woman trapped in a human trafficking ring.

Violet learned brutally that no one is promised a happy ending. She knows Aiden blames himself for his part, but she refuses to let her abduction define the rest of her life.

She won’t be a victim again. And she’s going after what she wants: Aiden.

Watching Violet transform herself into a fierce warrior is the sexiest thing Aiden has ever seen. The honorable plan would be to stay away from her—let her heal and grow without the shadow of his mistakes clouding her progress—even though every instinct tells him to claim her for his own.

But when they discover the danger they thought they’d left behind is closer than ever, they’ll have to confront their fears and fight side-by-side in order to survive.

My opinion:
          Aiden is deep undercover when he sees something that makes him react....and willing to blow his cover however fate decide otherwise.....Still he can't forget the redhead who simply wasn't in her place and looked like a frightened deer.  I thinks that's quite telling about his character, he knows he is working for greater ends but still he is willing to sacrifices everything

Violet has no idea how bad the world really is before her kidnapping and even then she only get a glimpse as she is kind of protected (her captor are not supposed to harm her and a firm no sex rule is applied) but " kind" is important as she is far from sheltered as well.  I really admired her for surviving that, i don't think my mind would have been as strong.  When released she sure has flashback but she isn't trying to stay at home protected no she wants to become independent and realise her real dream  like opening her bakery.

Really those two were right for each other and i loved to see how Violet's brother Gabriel ( Gabe) was overprotective. their interaction were funny.

What i appreciated even more was the link with the author's other series omega sector that i enjoy as well. We only hear about those characters we don't meet them but that allusion was enough to make me smile and hope for more.

Really it's an excellent instalment even if it's not my favourite couple. I recommend without hesitation.

Score:  4,5/5

Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and i voluntary reviewed this book

mercredi 5 décembre 2018

Beneath a Sinister Moon ( The Demons Hunters series book 3) by D.A. Roach

Hello to all !!

Less than 3 weeks before Christmas...are you ready?i know for sure that i'm not^^ .However even if i'm deep in gifts making, wrapping etc this week i want to share my opinion about new release with you ( books are always great gift under Cfhristmas tree after all)

so today we start with book 3 ( actually the last) in the Demon Hunter series by DA Roach

Happy reading!!!
Publisher: Limitless Publishing LLC
isbn: 1640344780
Publication: 2018
Genre: YA; urban fantasy
Violence: mild
Language: normal
sex: none
Public: 16+

Description from goodreads :

  The premonition is clear. Demons are coming for Cassidy, and once her blood has been spilled humanity will be lost. Not only has Tyler been tasked with assassinating Cassidy, but killing her will be the last step he needs to take in order to become a full demon.

Killian knows this and vows to keep Cassidy safe, but not everything is as it seems. Figuring out who to trust, who to confide in isn’t easy. With so much at stake one wrong move could mean the end of the human world, causing Cassidy and Killian to lose everything…even each other.

With a war raging between two sides, Cassidy and Tyler find themselves at the heart of battle between good and evil. She wants to save Tyler. He wants to kill her.

What will it take to restore the balance?

And will Cassidy be strong enough to make the ultimate sacrifice if it means saving the world?

My opinion:
          Captivating, the author took her time to write this book but the wait was more than worth it as the quality is here . We do get our answers ( and if you don't read the epilogue it concludes perfectly).
Our characters are facing their greatest challenge so far and it's far from easy for them.....Cassidy is learning to master new powers while not giving up to her fears after being held by Rya.

Killian is seeing what he really want and must make decision for his clan yes but also for himself. . He must decide if he is willing to let Cassidy join him in the field or to protect her and that's a dilemma for him now even more than before. What he will be willing to sacrifice.

Tyler has choices to make while in demon realm. It was very interesting to see him interact with Jace ; how he was thinking without realizing it.

Then we get the rest of the team Lena, who lost points in my eyes, Casper who is even more my favourite now than before, Jax, Jackson and Skylar as well as all the others.

Really it's a excellent book, fast pace with several twist to keep you hooked. A real page turner with very interesting conclusion. Lot of action, moving moment, heartbreaking ones all very well balanced in the story.

The author did put an epilogue but like she warns reader if you want the story concluded with an HEA and no questions left unanswered just stop before reading it. .The epilogue is back being dark a bit confusing and opening a lot more questions ( for perhaps more books), it does fit the series but for me it was better without it.

Score:  4,5/5 or 5/5 if you don't read the epilogue

Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and i voluntary reviewed this book