Thursday, May 31

Review: Throne of Glass (Throne of Glass #1)

Throne of Glass (Throne of Glass #1)
Sarah J Maas


Publication Date: August 2, 2012
Date Finished: May 31, 2012
Source: Review Copy from Bloomsbury Publishing
Format: Paperback
Pages: 416

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From Goodreads:
After serving out a year of hard labor in the salt mines of Endovier for her crimes, 18-year-old assassin Celaena Sardothien is dragged before the Crown Prince. Prince Dorian offers her her freedom on one condition: she must act as his champion in a competition to find a new royal assassin.

Her opponents are men—thieves and assassins and warriors from across the empire, each sponsored by a member of the kings council. If she beats her opponents in a series of eliminations, she’ll serve the kingdom for three years and then be granted her freedom.

Celaena finds her training sessions with the captain of the guard, Westfall, challenging and exhilirating. But she’s bored stiff by court life. Things get a little more interesting when the prince starts to show interest in her... but it’s the gruff Captain Westfall who seems to understand her best.

Then one of the other contestants turns up dead... quickly followed by another. Can Celaena figure out who the killer is before she becomes a victim? As the young assassin investigates, her search leads her to discover a greater destiny than she could possibly have imagined.



"Everything has a purpose. You were meant to come to this castle, just as you were meant to be an assassin, to learn the skills necessary to survive."


Wow! That is the first word that comes to mind when thinking of this book. I have spent so long just sat here wondering what I can write in this review to do this book justice. The answer is nothing. Nothing that I can say can possibly explain the extent of how phenomenally amazing this book is so you'll just have to take my word for it and go read it.


Celeana was the best assassin in the country. But something went terribly wrong, she got caught. Now faced with a lifetime working in the salt mines she jumps at the chance of freedom when she is given a lifeline. The king is holding a deadly competition, the prize, to be his champion and then freedom. Celeana will do anything is takes to gain her freedom back, even if it means serving the one person she hates the most. But when entangled emotions get in the way Celeana starts to realise that freedom may not be everything.


I think I am one of the very few who had never heard of this book. I know a lot of people who are so excited for this book and read the first draft online before this got signed for publication. I am not. I had never heard of this book or author at all until I got an email about it from Bloomsbury Publishing. Well after reading it I have one thought: Where the hell have I been living? Under a rock? This book is phenomenal and Sarah is now up there with my favourite authors. She is fantastic and she completely blew me away with this book! I am definitely surprised and even though I thought yea this book sounds pretty good nothing prepared me for the rollercoaster ride that 'Throne of Glass' is. This book is not good. It's phenomenal. Without a doubt the best fantasy book I have ever read in my life!


Celeana is a character that is really hard not to like. At first look she's tough and comes across as someone who believes her freedom is the most important thing and she has no qualms about killing anyone to get it. But there are so many more layers to her. The more you read the more you love her. You start to really get a feel for her back story and you really start to feel for her and what she's gone through the more you read. I didn't read the prequels to this book before reading so my opinion on Celeana and how much you feel for her is based on this novel alone but by the end I love her and she's one of the stongest YA heroine's I have ever read.


Well guys, prepare to be completely torn between two total swoon worthy guys because I love them both. I have always been one to choose sides in love triangles in books but with this book, well I don't know why she can't just have them both because these two guys are amazing. You have the dashing Prince Dorian who isn't at all what he first seems. He isn't the cool prince you first think him to be and find out a lot about his character and how he doesn't agree with his father and how he's running the country. I really loved him more and more the more of the book I read and I'm really looking forward to seeing what happens with him in the next book. I still think we have a lot of Prince Dorain to come and I can't wait for it. So you're asking, he's swoon-worthy, he's amazing, he's a Prince, why are you torn? Well enter the amazing, equally swoon-worthy Captain Chaol. He is so amazing and I loved seeing his and Celeana's relationship grow. I felt like Chaol was the character that actually had the biggest growth within the book, how he felt like he couldn't trust Celeana, after all she is the world's best assassin but how he saw a side of her nobody else really saw and you could see his very conflicting feelings. I adore Chaol and I just thought he was so sweet and there's so many moments where you just want Celeana to love him because they would be perfect together. But then there'll be scenes when Dorian shows his feelings and you totally love him so yea I can't choose between them they are both just perfect swoon-worthy characters so I say keep them both... or I'll take one of your hands.


This book is amazing and I am so excited to see what happens next. 'Throne of Glass' completely drew me in from the first page and I couldn't put it down. This is the first book I have read in a while where I've had that Unputdownable feeling from it. I was constantly sat reading thinking just one more chapter the next thing I knew two hours had past. I am genuinely really sad that I have finished this book. Call me weird but I actually feel like I am parting with a dear friend by putting this book down because I have grown so attached to this book and this story and it's incredible characters. And I was only reading it for 2 days. It's just that good. 'Throne of Glass' gave me that 'blown away' feeling and I can't wait for the next book.


If you are looking for an Unputdownable fantasy book that you will be sucked in from the first page then this is the book for you. To me it was a perfect mix of fairytale and adventure. Think Maria V Snyder's Study series mixed with Cinderella and that is 'Throne of Glass'. It's fast-paced and action-packed and it guaranteed to leave you breathless and sitting on the edge of your seat with bated breath wondering what is going to happen next.


Throne of Glass is a 2012 Must-Read and I would recommend it to everyone. You definitely do not want to miss out on this one.


"He loved her, and no empire, no king and no earthly fear would keep him from her."


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Wednesday, May 30

On My Kindle (#10)

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On My Kindle is a weekly meme where we show what e-books we got this week.



Books:

Try Me (Take A Chance #1) by Diane Alberts *Review HERE*
Kiss of Midnight (Midnight Breed #1) by Lara Adrian
Banshee Charmed (From The Files of The Otherworlder Enforcement Agency #1) by Tiffany Allee
Succubus Lost (From The Files of the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency #2) by Tiffany Allee - For Review*

Thanks To:

*Entangled Publishing
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Books:

Entangled (Spellbound #1) by Nikki Jefford

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Tuesday, May 29

Review: Second Chances

Second Chances
Rita Oberlies

Publication Date: May 15, 2012
Date Finished: May 28, 2012
Source: Review Copy from Entangled Publishing
Format: E-Book

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From Goodreads:
Will the past keep them apart…

High-powered attorney Luke Braden knows that perfection only comes once in a lifetime, and for him it came and went in the form of his college girlfriend, Brenna Morgan. Circumstances beyond his control separated them before, but now that she’s back in Boston, Luke won’t let her slip away again.

…or give them a second chance at love?

For Brenna Morgan, returning home is the very last thing she wants, especially when it means facing the man who once became her salvation—and then dumped her at the first sign of trouble. But Luke is determined to make up for his past mistakes, and Brenna finds herself weakening against him. A decade of deceit lies between them, and he’ll have to fight if he wants to keep his second chance at love.



"This time I'm keeping you forever."


This is possibly one of the cutest, adorable romance books I have ever read. There were so many times when I just sat here going "Awwwww." It was incredible and I really enjoyed every moment of it.


Brenna is returning home to Boston after everything has gone wrong. But seeing her ex-boyfriend Luke is something that she doesn't want to do. Luke has always regretted his behaviour in the past, especially causing the love of his life Brenna to run away. When she comes back he is determined to show her that they are meant to be together but will Brenna be able to give Luke a second chance?


I really enjoyed reading this story and I just couldn't help but love every moment of it. It was such a cute story and it had me racing through it to see what was going to happen and if everything was going to work out between them.
I officially have a new book boyfriend. Luke is one of the most adorable fictional boys I have ever read about and through most of the book I wanted to just slap Brenna and shout what the hell is wrong with you! I just wanted things to work out so bad and Luke is so amazing you cannot help but love him.


The thing I loved most in this book is that you really saw Brenna develop as a character. As she come to terms with all of her relationships, those with her family and her friends and she really grew as a character and developed into such a great strong heroine who wouldn't run but stay and solve through her problems.


If you love romance book then this is for you. It is adorable cute and adorable and will make you swoon so much. 


"That's why I can't let go. You were everything, and when you left I felt nothing."


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Review: Too Hot To Handle

Too Hot To Handle
Aleah Barley

Publication Date: May 15, 2012
Date Finished: May 28, 2012
Source: Review Copy from Entangled Publishing
Format: E-Book

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From Goodreads:
She was playing with fire...

Honey Moore has made her pledge: no more stealing cars and no more lusting after Jack Ogden. But when an arsonist torches her house and chases her all over Los Angeles, she’s forced to throw herself on Jack’s mercy. No one will look for a convicted felon in an LAPD detective’s apartment, right?

…and he didn't want to get burned

Jack doesn’t need a woman like Honey in his life. She might be sexy, but trouble follows her everywhere. But it’s hard to walk away from someone who lives at full throttle—and even harder to keep her safe. Now he’ll have to sacrifice everything to protect Honey from the arsonist determined to kill her.



"He was a double fudge sundae with whipped cream, chocolate sauce, and cookie crumbles. Beautiful. Rich. Bad for her."


Wow. Another totally hot short book for romance fans to swoon over. I really enjoyed 'Too Hot To Handle' and I was plesently surprised by it. I had never heard of Aleah before so when I was offered the chance to read this for Entangled Publishing I jumped at the chance. I have read quite a few Entangled Romance titles and loved so many of them. This isn't one of my favourites from their line but that in no way means I didn't enjoy it. It was so good and made me swoon as good romance books should.


Honey is a petty thief. After coming from a criminal background she knows there is no chance for her to be with her childhood crush. No matter her feelings, she is a criminal and Jack is a honerable cop. But when they meet again sparks fly and can two people from very different backgrounds end up with a happy ending?


I really enjoyed Too Hot To Handle and found myself really sucked into this story of the doomed love between a petty criminal with her life in danger and the cop who has always loved her and will do anything to protect her. Both main characters were incredible and I really enjoyed seeing their relationship develop throughout the book.


I really loved that the two of them were so different. One a petty criminal and one a cop and I love how their relationship was so close and they both meant so much to each other. The thing that really irritated me was that they were both so totally in love with each other and it just took so long for them to get their act together and I just knew it was going to happen and was just sat waiting for it to happen.


This is a great storyline and I really enjoyed reading this story. If you are a romance fan then you will definitely enjoy this story.


"You stole my heart a long time ago, and I never really got it back."


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Monday, May 28

It's Monday What Are You Reading? (#34)

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Currently Reading!


Too Hot to Handle by Aleah Barley

Finished!



Shadows (Lux #0.5) by Jennifer L Armentrout
Obsidian (Lux #1) by Jennifer L Armentrout
Onyx (Lux #2) by Jennifer L Armentrout
Minder (Ganzfield #1) by Kate Kaynak
Try Me (Take A Chance #1) by Diane Alberts

Up Next!



Second Chances by Rita Oberlies
City of Lost Souls (Mortal Instruments #5) by Cassandra Clare

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Sunday, May 27

Showcase Sunday (#5)

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Books:

Shadow Bound (Unbound #2) by Rachel Vincent *Review Here*
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
The Other Life (The Other Life #1) by Susanne Winnacker
The Catastrophic History of You and Me by Jess Rothenberg
Here Lies Bridget by Paige Harbison
Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac by Gabrielle Zevin
Throne of Glass (Throne of Glass #1) by Sarah J Maas (For Review)*
Of Poseidon by Anna Banks**

Thanks To:

*Bloomsbury Publishing
**Anjana @ Kindle and Me

Some other Book-ish things I got




Worth The Risk, signed card and t-shirt from Robin Bielman


2 signed Daimon bookmarks
1 Deity bookmark
2 Half-Blood guitar picks
2 Pure guitar picks
2 signed Obsidian bookmarks
2 signed Onyx bookmarks
1 Deity Island sticker
2 Lux stickers

A huge thanks to the awesome authors, Robin Beilman and Jennifer L Armentrout for sending me this.

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Saturday, May 26

Review: Try Me (Take A Chance #1)

Try Me (Take A Chance #1)
Diane Alberts

Publication Date: May 24, 2012
Date Finished: May 25, 2012
Source: Bought
Format: E-Book

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From Goodreads:
What happens in Vegas…can lead to romance.

It took one wild night for Sergeant Jeremy Addison to realize that Vegas? Was a bad idea.

Bloody. Bruised. Dehydrated. Abandoned in the desert, and left to stagger down the road. The only way this leave could get worse was if his savior was his ex-best friend’s sister…and the girl he’d loved since childhood.

The last person Erica expected to find on the roadside was her high school crush. She hadn’t seen Jeremy in seven years—ever since the night he said he loved her, and she ran away. Losing him then had been a mistake, but wanting him now could be catastrophic if he discovered the secret that chased every other man from her life. But with a tall, tattooed Marine determined to prove he’s always been faithful, can Erica resist his advances…or will she surrender ground and give love a try?



"It's about helping the person you love when they need a hand to stand straight. Love is about never giving up on the person you care about."


Well we had the lady herself on the blog a few days ago and here I am again gushing about another one of Diane's books. Ever since reading On One Condition months ago I have been obsessed with Diane's books. They are just phenomenal and Try Me is no different. You will be falling head over heels in love within the first couple of pages. As soon as I heard of this it was on my kindle and I was lounging in bed with my kindle and a cocktail. Perfect night in. Yes, this happens all the time, especially with my favourite authors like Diane. Nothing could possibly be better. Okay, the characters actually coming to life could be better but... never mind back to the book.


Jeremy is a marine taking his leave in Vegas. When he wakes up in the middle of nowhere with no idea how he got there he knows he's in trouble. When he sees a car coming he thinks his look is in. He's wrong. The person to find him is the only person who he ever loved and the very person who broke his heart. But Erica is just as shocked at finding Jeremy than he is. Why did he reject him all those years ago and is this fate giving them a second chance to find love? 


I loved this book. I mean I adored this book it was just fantastic and I read it in one sitting. Anyone who loved tortured heroes who need saving? Yes? Well this is the book for you. Within a page I was in love with the book. Duh, of course I was. Diane wrote it, I already loved it before I even read a page. (Psst, if you haven't read any of Diane's books go.... NOW!) Well I love the guys in her other books but I'm sorry guys you have got nothing on Jeremy. 


Oh. My. God! That is all I can say about Jeremy. He is amazing. He is a super hot marine. Enough Said! *fans self* Not only is he amazing but he is the most stubborn, sweetest guy ever! Definitely my kinda guy. It's fair to say I fell head over heels in love with him straight away and all I wanted was to give him a hug. I kinda hated Erica because of him. Who would reject him? I was hellllooooo are you crazy? Then I read on.


Erica is a great heroine. Yes she irritated me to no end at first. I wanted to slap her or hit her across the head to knock some sense into her or something! Then we saw her point of view and I loved her just as much as Jeremy. Okay... that's a lie. But there's a valid reason why I love Jeremy more. Why? Have you been paying attention? Hot marine!!!! Okay back to Erica. I loved finding out more about Erica and you find out her secret (No I'm not telling you what it is!) and you just want to hug her and tell her everything is okay, but we let Jeremy do that instead. Not bitter and jealous of a fictional character or anything. Honestly! (Okay it's a lie). As much as Erica irritated me at the beginning of this book I did love her in the end and I just loved the ending. It was perfect.


If you love sappy love stories like me this is definitely the book for you. It's amazing and it had me swooning a whole lot throughout. Jeremy is so a new book boyfriend for me and you have no idea how excited I am to find out this is the first in the Take A Chance series. I'm hoping we get to see a whole lot more of Jeremy. ;)
I would definitely suggest this book to anyone. Fantastic!


"I love you. I've never stopped loving you. Will never stop loving you, no matter what you do or say."


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Wednesday, May 23

Review: Minder (Ganzfield #1)

Minder (Ganzfield #1)
Kate Kaynak

Publication Date: June 10, 2010
Date Finished: May 22, 2012
Source: Bought
Format: E-Book

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From Goodreads:
Sixteen-year-old Maddie Dunn is special, but she needs to figure out how to use her new abilities before somebody else gets hurt. Ganzfield is a secret training facility full of people like her, but it's not exactly a nurturing place.

Every social interaction carries the threat of mind-control.

A stray thought can burn a building to the ground.

And people's nightmares don't always stay in their own heads. But it's still better than New Jersey. Especially once she meets the man of her dreams...



"I'm not the swooning type, but right then I felt like swooning - big time."


Wow... That is all I can say right now. One thing is for sure Kate Kaynak is an incredible author. When I first heard about Minder I was intrigued and curious about the book and really wanted to find out what this series was about. I definitely was not expecting to be completely consumed by this series that I couldn't think about anything else. I completely fell in love with this book and I can't wait to read on.


Maddie has a gift. She is a Minder, a Telepath. She can hear people's thoughts, project her thoughts into others and even kill with the power of her mind. But without being able to control her power she is a danger. Maddie doesn't want to be a monster and she is finding it extremely difficult to control her power. After a horrible accident Maddie is taken to Ganzfield. I school and training centre for the gifted. Here she enters the world of Charms, Sparks, RVs and Telepaths. But is it safe to be around all these people when she can't control herself or will she put everyone in danger?


I seriously fell in love with this book. It is just incredible and I couldn't put it down. When I did put it down all I thought about was picking it back up and reading more. I am officially addicted to Kate's books. I was thrown into this incredible world of teenagers with powers and I couldn't put it down. I have read books about gifted teens in a training ceter before (darkest Powers by Kelley Armstrong) but I never got as hooked to those books as I did this one. 


Maddie is such an incredible character and I loved her. The main part of my love for this book is my love for Maddie. She's a great lead heroine and everyone can associate with her. She is strong and vulnerable at the same time and that definitely makes her endearing to read about. I just loved seeing everything from her point of view and seeing her journey throughout the book as she discovered what she was and how she came to terms with it. 


Maddie is not the only amazing character in this book. She is backed up by a whole cast of amazing characters and I love each and every one of them. Drew is such a fantastic character. When we first met him I instantly loved him, he completely cracked me up and I couldn't stop loving. I really hoped we were going to see more of him and that he would be a love interest in the book...


Then we met Trevor and I fell head over heels in love with him. Yep, I'm a hopeless romantic and this book definitely satisfied that part of me. Trevor made me swoon with the things he did and said to Maddie. I swooned... A LOT in this book. I just love Maddie and Trevor's relationship. In a way it kind of reminded me of those instalove relationships in other books as their relationship got very serious very fast but in Minder it just seemed right and didn't irritate me in the slightest. To me that just shows how incredible talented Kate is. She's amazing and I plan on reading every other book that she has written.


One of my favourite parts of the book was how well Kate explained everything. She explained all the powers in terms of science and I loved that. Yes the powers are a magical thing within the book and obviously doesn't happen in real life but I loved that Kate explained them in such terms that it seems completely scientifically possible. Call me biased but I adored the psychology in the book. Yes, I study psychology so naturally I got slightly excited to see the psychological aspects in the book. You don't often find a lot of psychology references in this genre so it made me very happy that that was in the book.


This book is an incredible start to a series I can't wait to finish. I definitely was not expecting to love this series as much as I did. I am becoming obsessed with this series. I think this showed by the fact that within minutes of finishing Minder I has downloaded book 2, 3, 4 and 5 to my kindle. I have so many books to read but I can't not start book 2 now. It's just amazing and I am so excited to see where this book goes.
To me it has a kind of superhero feel to it with all the teens having powers and I love that.


If you are looking for a good YA series to delve into and become completely obsessed with then this is the series for you.


"I plan to cherish her for the rest of my life, sir."


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Blog Tour: Divinely Ruined by Diane Alberts

Hey guys,
So I am so excited to have the very amazing Diane Alberts on the blog today for her blog tour for her amazing new book Divinely Ruined. I have been a huge fan of Diane Alberts ever since I read her other book 'On One Condition.' If there is one thing I can certainly say it's that none of her books disappoint and Divinely Ruined is incredible!

So... what's this Divinely Ruined I hear you ask? Well here's some more information about it.

Divinely Ruined
Diane Alberts


Publication Date: April 26, 2012


From Goodreads:
She finally meets a decent man–after she’s oath-bound never to touch men again!

Rebecca’s life sucked before she became an angel. Crappy apartment, awful jobs, abusive boyfriends–it was no wonder she jumped at the chance to escape it all and become a real live angel. The problem is Rebecca’s not very angelic, and she’ll have to do more to earn her wings than end her love affair with the word f–er, frick.

Especially when she’s assigned to save single father Tony Weis, whose less-than-pure thoughts wreak hell on a telepathic angel’s nerves. It’s all Rebecca can do to keep her hands off him…but when she loses her memory injuring herself to save Tony’s daughter, now it’s Tony’s turn to be her angel and care for her. But will Tony’s devotion tempt her from her angelic path, even if it means being human again?



So you think it sounds awesome right?
Well... That's because it is!


Yes I've already read it! Read my Review HERE!


Well, please welcome Diane Alberts to K-Books. She has taken time out of her busy schedule to answer a few questions for us.


Hi Diane, thanks so much for being on K-Books today.


Thank you so much for inviting me back! I love it here.


First of all I loved your book On One Condition. What made you go into writing within the paranormal genre?


Ironically enough, my first ever novel was Paranormal. The two consequential ones were, as well. Then, I dipped my toes into Contemporary... and wrote a bunch of those, including On One Condition.


So, though it might seem like I'm new to the genre, I'm not. I've been here for a while, but I also equally love Contemporary. I'll let you in on a secret - I also wrote a historical romance novel, and a dark, edgy YA novel. But they're out on submission right now, so no news yet ;)


*Running off to find these other books*
I have my fingers crossed that you'll hear something soon. I for one cannot wait to read them.
Which genre was easier to write, contemporary romance or paranormal and which do you prefer?


Easier? At first, I'd have said Paranormal. But after writing Contemporary, I'd say that is easiest for me. I love writing snarky, modern women who don't need a man to get by.


And I love, love, love writing strong, dashing, charming heroes - with a bit of darkness to them. I adore tortured heroes, perhaps too much. Same with the heroines. I like to make them real, and at times hard to understand. Just like real life.


And I don't know if I can pick on over the other. Both have so many great qualities to them. In contemporary, I love making characters realistic and fun. Like they are people you could, and probably do, know. But paranormal is all about making up a world - and still making it believable. Both are loads of fun for me, as a writer.


Well I for one love the strong snarky heroines and the dashing, charming heroes ;)
Well I adored Divinely Ruined. I read it in one sitting and couldn't put it down. There's going to be more in this world right?


You bet! Divinely Ruined is the first of a trilogy names Divine Temptations Trilogy. I'm almost finished with the second one as we speak, called Divinely Redeemed. Tony and Rebecca aren't in the other two books, but Sally is. She's quite the character, that Sally.


I am so excited! I can't wait to see what you come up with next. I have loved all of your books. Thanks for taking the time to be here today.


Thank you so much! I love coming here, and hope to come back again!


I hope you will =)


Sooooo....


Wanna know more about Diane?
Check out her author bio here:







Diane Alberts current contracted works with Entangled Publishing are:  ON ONE CONDITION (February 2012, Ever After line), and DIVINELY RUINED (April 2012, Ever After line). Her current works with Decadent Publishing are: KILL ME TOMORROW (October 2011, 1NightStand series),  RECLAIMED (December 2011), ABSOLUTION (March 2012, Honor Guard series), BROKEN (March 2012, 1NightStand series), and ESCAPE TO ME (TBA, 1NightStand series).
Diane Alberts has always been a dreamer with a vivid imagination, but it wasn’t until 2011 that she put her pen where her brain was, and became a published author.  Since receiving her first contract offer, she has yet to stop writing. Though she lives in the mountains, she really wishes she was surrounded by a hot, sunny beach with crystal clear water. She lives in Northeast Pennsylvania with her four kids, a husband, and a Senegal parrot. In the rare moments when she’s not writing, she can usually be found hunched over one knitting project or another.
She is a multi-published, bestselling author with Entangled Publishing and Decadent Publishing. She is repped by her fabulous agent, Lauren Hammond of ADA Management. She has, as of this date, two books with Entangled Publishing, and five books with Decadent Publishing. Her February release with Entangled Publishing, ON ONE CONDITION, hit #18 on the Barnes and Noble Bestseller List. She has a lot of projects currently being shopped around by her fabulous agent, and her goal is to write so many fantastic books that even a non-romance book fan will know her name.

So.... you wanna read Divinely Ruined right?
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Read the first chapter free at:



Entangled Publishing

We have one e-book of Divinely Ruined available for one follower so just leave me a comment with your thoughts. Don't forget your email address in order to enter!

On My Kindle (#9)

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On My Kindle is a weekly meme where we show what E-Books we received this week.

*I had an exam last Wednesday so this is two weeks worth of E-Books.



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Books:


Dark Lover (Black Dagger Brotherhood #1) by JR Ward
Deadly Cool (Deadly Cool #1) by Gemma Halliday
Jenny Pox (The Paranormals #1) by JL Bryan
Romeo and Juliet: A Vampire and Werewolf Story by HT Night
Masters of the Veil by Daniel A Cohen
Meeting Destiny (Destiny #1) by Nancy Straight
Promise (Soul Savers #1) by Kristie Cook
Somber Island by T. Lynn Tolles
Shadow Bound (Unbound #1) by Rachel Vincent *For Review* - Review Here
Pushing The Limits by Katie McGarry *For Review*
The Goddess Legacy (The Goddess Test #2.5) by Aimee Carter *For Review*
Torn by Stephanie Guerra
Adversary (Ganzfield #2) by Kate Kaynak
Legacy (Ganzfield #3) by Kate Kaynak
Accused (Ganzfield #4) by Kate Kaynak
Operative (Ganzfield #5) by Kate Kaynak
Wander Dust (Seraphina Parrish Trilogy #1) by Michelle Warreen
Too Hot To Handle by Aleah Barcley *For Review*
Second Chances by Rita Oberlies *For Review*

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Books:


Blood Heavy by SLJ Shortt *For Review*
Dark Succession (True Mates #2) by Teresa D'Amario
The Mine by John A Heldt *For Review*
Tigress by the Tail (Maxey Wizard #1) by Tersa D'Amario

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