Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Review: All I Need by Scarlett Metal

All I need 
Scarlett Metal 

Review by: 
S. Donahue 

5 Star Review 

I want to start out by saying that I loved this book. It kept me hooked right from the beginning. 
Cane is a hot God from a band called Hookers and Hand Grenades, what a great name by the way. He has major commitment issues and doesn't feel the need to settle down. He has one goal in mind: to be the life of the party.  When Lindsay, the feisty sexy reporter from a popular magazine joins the tour, Cane instantly wants to know more about her.  Even he is concerned about his interest in her.

Lindsay is also a total fangirl, and has some conquests of her own. Everything changes in the course of one night though. She receives a surprise that she was not expecting.

Can these two people be brought together by their love of rock and roll or just their intense attraction for one another? Can Cane change his playboy ways for only one woman? Can Lindsay settle down with a band member after her hurtful past? You have to read this fantastic book to find out.

I cannot wait for the second book to come out. The author did an amazing job and even though there was a cliffhanger at the end of the book, it didn't take away from the story line. It just made me want more!!! Hurry Hurry!!! 


Release Blitz for Storm by Carian Cole

Title: Storm (Ashes & Embers, #1)
Author: Carian Cole
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: September 30, 2014

The calm before the storm…

I lived in the quiet stillness. 
I felt the wind rustle, warning me, telling me to get out of its path.

But I didn’t.
I never stood a chance.

A series of weather and road mishaps leaves me trapped in the middle of a blizzard with a complete stranger. In the back of a pickup truck. For forty-eight freakin’ hours.

A stranger with long hair, tattoos, and rippling with muscle. 

A stranger with an insanely sexy voice and a wicked smile that turned my insides to jelly. 

A stranger who held me in his arms, calmed me, and then set a fire in me that I couldn’t put out.

Storm lives up to his name. Beautiful. Dangerously inviting. Tumultuous. Dark. A clash of hot and cold.

He’s used to getting everything he wants.

And now he wants me.

Some people chase storms for the beautiful thrill. What happens when the storm chases you?


★ About Carian ★

I have a passion for the bad boys, those covered in tattoos, sexy smirks, ripped jeans, fast cars, motorcycles and of course, the sweet girls that try to tame them and win their hearts. My debut series, Ashes & Embers, follows the lives of rock band members as they find, and sometimes lose, the loves of their lives.

My first novel in the Ashes & Embers series, Storm, will be available in September of 2014.

Born and raised a Jersey girl, I now reside in beautiful New Hampshire with my husband and our multitude of furry pets and spend most of my time writing, reading, and vacuuming.

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Monday, September 29, 2014

cover Reveal for Silver Dove by E J Shortall

Coming: October 28, 2014
Full of romance, intrigue, emotion and passion, Silver Dove is the concluding part to Craig and Amber’s story that began in Silver Lining.

After the chaos of their early relationship and with their history of broken pasts behind them, Craig and Amber prepare to say ‘I Do’ on their Happily Ever After.

Life rarely runs to plan though.

Amber has fought long and hard to bury her fears and become a stronger person, but when old feelings resurface and tragedy strikes, it takes an intervention from Craig to prove her doubts are unfounded and to believe in love and hope.

Just when they think they are at a point where they can be happy and move forward together, the pair find themselves fighting obstacles and difficulties that will truly test the strength of their bond.

Can Amber gather the strength to fight against the forces trying to destroy her? Will Craig keep his promises of remaining truthful? As a couple are they tough enough to battle through these turbulent times and emerge stronger than ever?


EJ Shortall was born and raised in London, England where she currently still lives with her teenage son.

Having worked in education for the better part of 12 years, EJ decided a change was needed and, following a moment of inspiration, she decided to put pen to paper and start writing her first novel, Silver Lining. Not content with just the one, she continued with book two and hopes to write many more.

She has always enjoyed reading, but found it was mostly just a holiday extravagance. Then she discovered a certain worldwide best seller, and that was it she was hooked. Reading quickly became an obsession and she couldn’t devour books fast enough. The books on her shelves and reading device range from sweet, Young Adult romances, to smouldering erotic encounters.

Aside from reading and writing, EJ also enjoys amateur photography and cake decorating.

“I am on one amazing roller coaster ride at the moment, meeting new and wonderful people, discovering new music gems to integrate into my stories, and learning so many new skills. I can’t wait to see where this journey takes me.”

If you would like to join E.J. on her journey, please follow or contact her. She would love to hear from you!


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Monday, September 22, 2014

Separation release day by Stylo Fantome

Separation by Stylo Fantome (The Kane Trilogy, #2)
Genre: Erotica
Release Date: September 2014
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Can the Devil be Forgiven?
Everything is fun and games until someone gets hurt, and what Jameson Kane did to Tatum O'Shea goes so far beyond hurt, he is well into the realm of unforgivable. Tate says she wants him gone for good, and he quickly learns that the old saying, “you don't know what you've got 'til it's gone”, is most definitely true.

But Jameson has never been very good at following instructions, and when Satan decides to seek redemption, he'll go to great lengths to get it. He proposes one last game – one to end them all, if she agrees to play. He is very confident that he can win, but Tate warns him that it's not possible; she will not lose again. Little does she know, Jameson is prepared to do whatever it takes. Prepared to lay the entire world at her feet. Prepared to bear his soul.

What he didn't count on, though, was handing the damn thing over.

Now Jameson can only pray that his evil ways haven't rubbed off on Tate too much. Sometimes, it's very difficult to tell who the Devil really is …

WARNING: contains a semi-reformed devil, a woman scorned, and more Sanders than anyone has a right to witness. Also graphic sexual situations and strong language.

People often thought “Sanders” was Sanders' last name; it wasn't – his last name was Dashkevich. Sanders was the name of some long forgotten relative. Kind of exotic, really. But he never explained this story, he just let people think what they wanted. That always seemed to work out best for him. He was thirteen when Mr. Jameson Kane found him, starving on the streets of London. He had tried to steal from Jameson. He had been very bad at pickpocketing, and Jameson had grabbed him by the collar, held him against a wall. But then he'd looked at Sanders in the strangest way, and instead of getting angry, he had offered to buy Sanders lunch. After the meal, Jameson informed him that if Sanders was at the same spot every day, he would continue buying meals for him. Sanders was sure to be there, every day. After two weeks, they finally got to talking. Jameson asked why he was starving, living on the streets. “I ran away from home,” Sanders had replied. Jameson had nodded. “I know how you feel.” “You ran away, too? “Sort of. I did something very bad to someone back home.” “And you felt bad, so you ran away?” “No, I didn't feel bad, and that's why I ran away.” They kept meeting for lunch. Jameson would have him run the odd errand, then pay him for it. Jameson would laugh - “you're my assistant now, Sanders, so we have to work out a salary.” Rented out a hotel room for Sanders to stay in, bought him new clothes. Sanders couldn't figure it out. Who was this guy? What did he want? For a long time, Sanders thought it was sex. He kept waiting to hear his hotel room door open, see a silhouette in the light. It's what had always happened to him, in his old home. But it never happened with this man. It became very obvious, very quickly, that Jameson was not attracted to him, at all. Sure, Jameson was very adventurous, and Sanders could see that he lived by a “I'll try anything once” kind of creedo – but he wasn't gay. Jameson loved women. “The perfect woman, Sanders. That's what I'm on a quest for - the perfect woman. Don't know if I'll ever find her,” he had slurred late one night, very drunk. “Have you ever met a perfect woman?” Sanders asked. Jameson thought long and hard about it. “I think I might have. But I didn't know it at the time. And she wasn't quite perfect yet.” “Was it a long time ago?” “Not long enough.” Sanders wasn't gay either, but he didn't really have any interest in sex. He'd never done it. Well, at least not consensually; and never with a girl. He had always been too busy hiding his secret. Then after Jameson came along, Sanders had been too in awe of his new world, too in shock, to think about girls. He told Jameson about the family he'd grown up with – his aunt's family, in South London. Sanders was originally from Belarus, but his parents moved to England when he was five. His family got deported, but they managed to leave him at his mother's sister's house. He never heard from his mother or father again. His aunt's husband was an Englishman, and not a very nice one. Sanders didn't want to tell Jameson that whole story. So how could Jameson have known? He had wanted to surprise Sanders. Wanted Sanders' family to see how well their nephew was doing, the kind of life he was now leading. Let Sanders show off a little. His family owned a small bed and breakfast, and Jameson surprised him by getting them rooms there for a night. Something snapped in Sanders. When his uncle came to his room, tried to hold him down, tried to tell him that he would never be more than what he was in that moment, Sanders fought back – the first time he had ever done so. He wasn't a large man, but rage completely overtook him. It wasn't until Jameson was standing over him, pulling him away, that Sanders even realized he had completely beaten his uncle's head in against a radiator. His life would be over. He would at best be deported back to Belarus. At worst, and most likely, spend the rest of his life in prison. Sanders sat in the middle of the blood and gore, and just sobbed. Jameson knelt down and grabbed onto him, held him still against his chest. Told him everything would be okay, that he didn't have to worry, that Jameson would take care of everything. And when Sanders finally calmed down, Jameson kept his promise. He magically managed to have the body disposed of; cleaned up the room. Left a large sum of money with Sanders' aunt, who never even seemed to question her husband going missing. Apparently he wasn't a nice man to anyone else, either. They never spoke of that night again. Jameson didn't even ask, just arranged for Sanders to come back to America. Paid for him to attend the best private schools. Sanders was very smart, it turned out. He spoke fluent English, Russian, Belarusian, Polish, and German; as well as conversational French and Spanish. He could play the piano, and got as high as a Master level in competitive chess, before he gave it up. Took classes in sharp shooting. Learned how to rebuild automobile engines. While in school, Sanders was also diagnosed with a mild form of Asperger's syndrome. It explained some of his intense focus, why he never really wanted to talk, and his minimal OCD. He hadn't thought much of it, and Jameson had just laughed, said it would give him a leg up in the world. Because of Jameson, Sanders was able to do anything he wanted; was allowed to do anything he wanted. Jameson never questioned his choices. When Sanders turned eighteen, Jameson offered to pay for him to go to college, but he declined. He wanted to stay with Jameson. He wanted a real job with him. He wanted to be wherever Jameson was, and the best way was to take a real position as his assistant. They'd never had an entirely normal relationship, anyway. Jameson was more comfortable, in general, treating everyone like they worked for him. That appealed to Sanders' meticulous and cold nature. Their relationship worked for them. They didn't speak a whole lot, and even when they did, they weren't prone to long conversations. But there was a bond that no one could possibly understand. Sanders loved him. Hadn't known it was possible to love a person as much as he loved Jameson Kane. That's why it killed him to see Jameson so unhappy. Jameson didn't realize he was unhappy, but Sanders could tell. All the women, all the sleeping around, all the debauchery. Something was missing in Jameson's life, that much was clear. Girls came and went. Some stayed a little longer than others. Most ignored Sanders. He ignored all of them. There was an opera singer from Rio that he had almost considered liking, but before he could make up his mind, she was let go. She hadn't been up to Jameson's speed, anyway. None of them were, when push came to shove. Then Petrushka Ivanovic entered the picture. How Sanders had hated her. She was the only one who ever truly got under his skin. They would have arguments in Russian – so Jameson couldn't understand what they were saying. She called Sanders a useless, dirty, immigrant who was just leeching off of Jameson. He called her a tasteless, fake, bitch who was just another notch on Jameson's very well marked bedpost. It took a lot longer, but eventually she went away, too. He was very glad. It wasn't too much longer before Tatum O'Shea came along. Jameson had mentioned her a couple times, usually after many late night drinks. It was obvious that she had been the reason he had run away so many years ago, that she was that “not quite perfect yet” woman. It was also obvious they hadn't known each other well – they hadn't seen each other in over seven years. It was a while before Jameson explained the history to him. Sanders wasn't sure what to make of Tatum, at first. He had expected just another silly girl. Another woman who thought she could keep up with Jameson, but ultimately wouldn't be able to keep up at all. Or one of those types of women who only wanted Jameson for his status and money. Not Tatum. She took everything Jameson threw at her and rolled with it. Asked for it. Wanted more of it. And she seemed oblivious to, and uncaring of, the fact that he had more money than God. For a short while, and by mutual agreement, the relationship was purely physical, and she actually seemed to like it that way. Unusual girl. She also completely ignored Sanders' weird, awkward, social habits. He didn't like to talk very much. Tatum liked to talk a lot, and just talked to him anyway. She paid attention to him, asked him how he was doing, what he was doing. Seemed to look right into him sometimes. She also touched him – no one ever did that. Sanders usually hated to be touched, and it had bothered him a lot, at first. But Tate was very persistent. She held his hand, hugged him, tried to tickle him. It almost seemed as if she touched him more just because she knew he didn't like it. She was so comfortable with him, right off the bat. The same way Jameson had been. One day, she even kissed Sanders. It was a joke, a ruse, but something snapped in him. Sanders was twenty years old and had never kissed a girl, and here was a girl, laying one on him. He took the opportunity and kissed her back. But Sanders wasn't attracted to Tatum, not like that. He could recognize that she was a very, very sexy woman. She was not shy about her body or her sexuality, and she flirted shamelessly with just about anything that moved. He wasn't entirely immune to her charms; he was heterosexual, after all. But for the most part he didn't view her that way. She was something different to him. Something special. On top of that, it was clear from day one that she was different to Jameson, too. Also something special. No one else would have been able to tell, but Sanders could tell. She made Jameson happy. She made Sanders happy. He grew very attached to her. When the relationship between Tatum and Jameson started to become strained, she would seek Sanders out. Their bond grew stronger. She would come into his room late at night, play chess with him, talk with him. She never rushed him to talk, just waited for the words to come out. Eventually, they did. She never asked questions, never judged anything he had to say. He fell a little in love with her. Not romantically, not sexually. He didn't know how to explain it. He just loved her. If necessary, he would probably kill for Jameson Kane. If asked, he would probably die for Tatum O'Shea. When the relationship between Jameson and Tatum ended – and it ended badly – Sanders had mourned it. Jameson had been in the wrong. It was the first time he had ever asked Sanders to do things that made him uncomfortable. Things that he found repugnant. He didn't like lying. It all went to hell. He thought Jameson would admit his fault, admit he'd been wrong, then apologize. But Jameson wouldn't. It had shocked Sanders. He held Jameson to a very high standard. It was like hearing his father damn himself to hell. Sanders would have to save him. Sometimes, Sanders felt like he had to fix everything.

5* Review by Kelly Burrier Kline
Separation 5 Stars Jameson and Tatum liked playing games with each other.The one thing neither of them realized is that there is always a loser.
Jameson took it to another level due to jealousy and hurt Tatum more than he could have ever imagined. Tatum wants nothing more to do with him but he is more determined than ever to right his wrong.
 Tatum has turned into a different person. She has always been forward and outspoken. She never cared what anyone thought. As much as she doesn't want to admit it she misses Jameson more than ever. Tatum knows that to give in to her desire to have him it could also destroy her. Jameson realized his grave mistake immediatly and vowed to make it up to Tatum in any way possible. He found out quickly that Tatum was not going to let go and forgive any time soon. Sanders is Jamesons personal assistant and he loves Tatum dearly.
Sanders has survived his own abusive past and doesn't allow people to get close to him very easily. Tatum means almost as much to him as Jameson does and he wants both of them to be happy. Sanders knows that for them to be happy they have to trust each other. Jameson asks for Sanders help in getting Tatum back. Jameson comes up with a plan and Sanders reluctantly agrees to help.
Tatum guards her heart as much as she can but it soon becomes clear that she can't resist his pull on her. When they do eventually come together again their sex is just as wild as it was before and now Tatum worries that she can't walk away. Jamesons ex fiance stalks him and Tatum has a few confrontations with her. This only brings out more of Tatums insecurities. The question in this story is..can Jameson learn to love and will Tatum learn to trust him enough to let him love her?? I am so hooked on Jameson and Tatums story.
 I love both of these characters and their strong personalities. Sanders plays a big part in this book too and you are sure to fall a little bit in love with him. There is so much emotion in this story and I can feel it as I read. You feel angry and sad and then theres parts that make you laugh. This book sucks you in and you can't stop reading until the very end. Of course there is a small cliffhanger at the end of this book but that doesn't matter because it just means that we will get more of Jameson and Tatum. I absolutely can not wait!!
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Book 1
Degradation by Stylo Fantome                         (The Kane Trilogy #1)
Genre: Erotica
All ready Released
Eighteen year old Tatum O'Shea is a naive, shy, little rich girl. Twenty-three year old Jameson Kane is smart, seductive, and richer. They come together for one night, one explosion, one mistake, and Tate is hurled into space – no family, no money, and no Jameson.

Seven years later, life is going pretty good for Tate, when she runs into Jameson again. This time, she thinks she's ready for him. She doesn't have a naive bone left in her body, and she can't even remember what shy feels like. Jameson has evolved into Satan – sharp teeth, sharper claws, and a tongue that can cut her in half. It all sounds like fun to a girl like Tate, and she is ready to play, determined to prove that she isn't the same girl he conquered once before. A series of games start, each one more devious than the last.

But the devil likes to play dirty, and she learns that playing for souls is playing for keeps. The lines between games and reality, heaven and hell, get blurry. Can she beat Jameson at his own game before someone gets hurt? Or will he leave her soulless, making him the winner, once and for all?

WARNING: contains a wannabe B-rate porn star, an impersonal personal assistant, and the F-word, A LOT. Also graphic sexual situations and sadomasochistic themes
5* Review by Kim Howlett
This book has completely taken me by surprise. Degradation looked like a book that I would enjoy, but I wasn't expecting it to be as amazing as it was.
The book starts with Tatum O'Shea. She's 18, very sweet, shy, naive, and rich. Tatum has lived her life in her sisters shadow, but always been to afraid to speak up or do anything about it. One night Tatum makes a Hugh mistake that leads to her being disowned by her family and losing everything she has and everyone she knows.
Jameson is smart, sexy, unbelievably dominating, rude and sexy. He also happens to be Tatum's sisters boyfriend.
Jameson does what he wants, when he wants and one night he decides he wants Tatum. She gives in very easily and sleeps with him.
7years later Tatum is a very different person. She's feisty, fun, confident, carefree, mouthy, does what she wants always, sleeps around and uses men.....until she bumps in to Jameson again.
The story was very intense and very violent in quite a few places. I 100% love this book from start to finish, and I think Stylo was very clever to of written a book that upped the Alpha males dominance, but I did get very uncomfortable in quite afew scenes. Jameson took things to far on a lot of occasions. Reading about Tatum being strangled continuously really effected me. He was so horrible to her pretty much through out the book verbally and physically. A lot of the time I felt like I was reading a women's abuse story that she's escaped from, not a romance book. I have read many dark reads (this isn't a dark read) that have never made me uncomfortable. I can't make my mind up if I think Stylo's a pure genius for writing the book how she did, or slightly mad in a good way. I think this book needs to come with a warning though as I think a lot people are going to be torn between loving it or hating it.
I couldn't work out why Stylo had titled her book "Degradation" ? The title wouldn't draw me in, but then I googled the meaning and found that it meant "the process of degrading or being degraded" once I read this I saw how perfectly the title fitted to the story..
Putting aside the abuse I loved everything else about the book. The story flowed so well. And it kept me hooked right from the start to the end.
The sex scenes were very original because they are boarding on abuse most of the time.
I couldn't believe when the book reached the end and I found out it had ended on a HUGH cliffhanger. The good news is there is a release date for book 2 already and I can't wait to read it to find out more and to see if Jameson will ever change.
Over all I give this book 4.5 stars. I can push the abuse scenes out my mind and enjoy Stylos writing for what it is. A amazingly original story.

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Meet the Author
Crazy woman living in an undisclosed location in Alaska (where the need for a creative mind is a necessity!), I have been writing since ..., forever? Yeah, that sounds about right. I have been told that I remind people of Lucille Ball - I also see shades of Jennifer Saunders, and Denis Leary. So basically, I laugh a lot, I'm clumsy a lot, and I say the F-word A LOT.

I like dogs more than I like most people, and I don't trust anyone who doesn't drink. No, I do not live in an igloo, and no, the sun does not set for six months out of the year, there's your Alaska lesson for the day. I have mermaid hair - both a curse and a blessing - and most of the time I talk so fast, even I can't understand me.

Yeah. I think that about sums me up.


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Saturday, September 20, 2014

Sublime Wreckage Book Review

                                       A review of Sublime Wreckage by Charlene Zapata
                                                        5 star review by Kelly Teti



After suffering a tragic accident as a child, Maggie Wilson has tried her whole life to regain the happiness she lost. She has been in survival mode ever since, dealing with a mentally unstable parent, having no one to turn to for help. Her desire to escape to a better future fuels her motivation and keeps her focused on what really matters, breaking free of the hell she lives in.

Things at home are complicated and it’s easier to push people away than allow them to get too close. She doesn’t let anyone into her life except her best friend Amanda. Maggie has perfected keeping secrets, maintaining her GPA and staying out of relationships. All her energy is put into her school work so that when she graduates she can leave for college and forget her past.

All of that changes when she meets Vincent Moreno. His reputation precedes him but she quickly discovers there is so much more to him than what you see on the surface.  He manages to wiggle his way into her life despite her efforts to keep him at a distance. As Maggie starts to open up she realizes how much she needs someone like Vince in her life. They form a connection like no other and it has her reconsidering everything.



Maggie had lived through so much from such a young age...beginning with the death of the one person that she loved and trusted most to growing up having to live every day riding on an emotional roller coaster. She always did what she thought was right to make the best of a terrible situation all while trying to avoid making herself a burden to those who loved her most! All until she meets the love of her life...Vince Moreno! He stepped into her life in the blink of an eye knocking down all of the emotional walls that she had spent so many years building. He opened her eyes and her heart and she soon realized that there was much more to life then she ever dreamed! Aside from her best friend Amanda and her Grandfather she had never gotten close to anyone but now Vince has opened the door to her happiness and given her the strength and desire that she needed to move on to a better place in life!

What a fantastic read! I literally read chapters 10 - 31 in one day because I could not put it down! This book was very well written and included such true to life experiences that were so descriptive that you could almost feel them. At times, I felt as though I was right there with Maggie because of how connected I became to the emotions of her character. I laughed, I cried, I completely felt Maggie's pain whether it be through the details of her nightmares or the physical beatings inflicted on her by her Mother. I love the details of Maggie's life and how we got a dose of each of the characters in the perfect amounts. Charlene did such a great job with this book and creating such true to life characters! For a debut novel she knocked this out of the park...she is a story teller at heart and I hope she is already working on Sublime Resistance because I cant wait to put it on preorder!! 


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Friday, September 19, 2014

Kim Howlett's Review of Wild Card Vol 3 by Missy Johnson.

Wild Card: Vol Three (Wild Card #3)
Missy Johnson
Review By Kim Howlett
Wildcard is the last book I the series and the conclusion to all the drama, unanswered questions and and Ryder and a Scarlett's relationship.
You need to of read both vol 1 and 2 before reading vol 3. As you will not understand anything about vol 3 at all.
Vol 2 ended in a massive cliffhanger, with both
Scarlett and Ryder taking massive steps to keep Scarkett ex out of there's lives for good.
Neither know what the others doing or planing to do to and it's all lies between them.

There are so many lies between the couple that to make the lies better the story needed to be longer, which would of made the story not feel as rushed.to make the stories more complex then I personal think either the 3 short books should of been made slightly longer, or the book should of been wrote in one book. That way the story would of been outstanding. It had so much much potential and the twists and turns were very unexpected, but in the last book,when it all started in folding and we started getting answers and finally getting a trusting relationship between Ryder and Scarlett, it ends. The first 2 parts never felt rushed, but there either never a book 4 or it to be longer to iron out the creases in the story.
We do get the answers we needed in book 3, and all secrets are final out in the open. Finding out about Scarlett's secret was the biggest secret along, but luckily for her Ryder koved her so much he just wanted to be with her no matter what, in true Missy style again, there was one last shocker that you'd not expect at the end.
Missy writes incredible stories and I knew immediately just from the title that thus story was going to be outstanding. It really was like a tennis match in some many ways....back and forth.....back and forth!!!! I wasn't disappointed in any of the 3 books. Book 1 blew me away, but unfortunately book 2 and 3 didn't live up to the 5 star standard (just) in my eyes. The reason for that is in book one you had a whole short story to get to know the characters and connect with them, in book 2 and 3 the connection faded abit because of all the back and forth and lies. The huge twists bring it back up to a 4.5 though and Missy has wrote another great book. There's no books of hers ive ever disliked. There always wrote brilliantly and she has a brilliant talent to tell stories. Looking forward to whatever book missy writes next.
I will miss Ryder!