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I mean sit down, press your thighs together and hold on to that chair. This book is one of the most amazing adult books I have read in soooooo long. This book beats 50 Shades of Grey's pants off. LITERALLY!
Cat Porter writes adult literature like I am sitting in the room with it occurring. I was sweating through the hot and sexy scenes.
Grace, the main character has a past of rough and bad memories. They still haunt her, though she has gotten them under control. Then her sister becomes very ill and she must return home which will inevitably bring those ghosts back to the surface. One being the biker club that she is a sister of. They protect her like family, but they also bring her in to help them as well. Try as she might to stay neutral and only see her sister, she runs into a man she cannot resist a little tryst with.
Miller is not only a part of the biker club, but so amazingly sexy that Grace cannot leave well enough alone. A night of pleasure could turn in to a very bad decision that multiplies.
Add in the fact that she hasn't seen nor heard from her father in years, creates quite the chaos for Grace.
GO GO NOW and BUY THIS BOOK. It is only 99 cents right now on Amazon!!
This book was my first introduction to Zombies. I am fascinated by them. I have wanted to watch the TV Series Walking Dead, but didn't make it through the first episode due to the gore. Gross. But I am a huge fan of end of the world series. I love the "What would I do" factor. I am also a big fan of strong women characters. And Emily Goodwin does not disappoint.
Orissa is a fabulously strong, resilient and on occasion, humbly female lead. She wakes up after being in the hospital having missed the initial zombie takeover. She is saved and brought into an underground room where the rest of the hospital survivors have survived. But she cannot stay there forever. She has to find her family.
There is a wonderful love triangle in this book as she decides between a smart, handsome man and a ruggedly strong man. Each one with their own virtues and weaknesses.
SERIOUSLY DEVOURED THIS SERIES. One. book. after. another.
So good. So worth the time.
Goodreads Description: "I wasn’t afraid of
death. If I died, it would be over. My worst fear wasn’t of dying, it
was of living. Living, while everyone around me had their flesh savagely
torn from their bodies to be shoved into the festering and ever-hungry
mouths of zombies. It terrified me, right down to my very core, to be
alive while the rest of the world was dead."
In the midst of the
Second Great Depression, twenty-five year old Orissa Penwell doesn't
think things can get any worse. She couldn't be more wrong. A virus
breaks out across the country, leaving the infected crazed, aggressive
and very hungry.
Orissa will do anything-no matter if it's right
or wrong- to save the ones she loves. But when she discovers that most
of the world is infected or dead, she must decided if those lives are
worth saving at all.
Finally found someone to fix my Mac! I have been without for months and months and it's been killing me. Yes I can blog on my iPad but it's not the same nor near as easy. I have borrowed my husbands pc, but it's also lame. Though as he has stated many times, it is working. Course I never eat bowls of cereal over his laptop. But my laptop is where I live, eat and breath, so it gets spilled on. Unfortunately I may have to remedy that as it was costly and time consuming to fix.
So bring on the book reviews, cover reveals and so much more!!
It turns out that a real alien
invasion is nothing like the Sci-fi shows 14-year-old Gracie loves. Not when it’s
your own family who are swallowed whole by those big silver ships. Not if it
could be you next.
In her search for her family,
Gracie meets Brandon, a high school dropout who would never have been caught
dead hanging out with a dork like Gracie before the world ended. Gracie isn’t
too crazy about Brandon either, but he has one thing she doesn’t: A plan.
Brandon’s uncle has a cabin up in
Maine, and If Gracie and Brandon can survive long enough to get there they can
hide out until the Space Men pack up their ships and leave.
Until the army guys come to
rescue them, says Brandon.
Brandon is big into army guys.
Gracie has to admit that
Brandon’s Awesome Plan probably would have worked out great if wasn't for Jake.
They found 5-year-old Jake,
laying half-dead under the remains of someone’s ranch house. He’s a good kid,
even if he won’t-or can’t- talk.
But Jake has a secret, and when
Gracie finds out what it is, the fragile new life they’ve started to forge
looks set to break apart.
When the people you’ve been
counting on to put the world back together start hunting you down, alien
invaders are the least of your worries.
J. E. Anckorn has been an
artist and writer ever since she began to surreptitiously doodle on school
supplies instead of learning about practical things, like osmosis and
After barely surviving a
freak mathematical osmosis disaster, she set out to travel the world, living in
New Zealand, Australia and Hong Kong before returning to her native Britain-
just in time to marry an American and leave for the U.S.A. She still failed to
learn anything about osmosis, but did manage to cultivate an accent that is
unintelligible to almost everyone. (It happened through a mysterious net
movement of information from the outside environment into her brain. If only
there was a word for that!)
This led to her development
of a new language, based almost entirely on polite yet uncomprehending nods. In
between these adventures, she has worked as a toy designer, copywriter, and
freelance illustrator. She lives in Boston, with a small grumpy dog, and a
large, slightly less grumpy husband.
Rourke is a mouthy, Irish-lucky millionaire, trotting the globe in search of
the perfect place to kill his most hated enemy, himself. Blowing his money on
charity, and booze as he zooms from city to city, he lays his course towards
arrives, he sets about his grisly task only to be inconvenienced by the lure of
a pretty young tourist, the daughter of a prominent British lawmaker.
days after their first date, he awakens in a hospital to find her missing and
he himself embroiled in a media blitz and massive manhunt. With time running
out, and wracked with horrifying night-terrors, Wesley is forced to face his
past cowardice and wade into the bowels of a pitiless underworld in search of
his one ray of hope.
I’m a wilderness guide and mountaineer, musician and poet. I’ve climbed
all over North and South America, and played my music throughout. From
mission’s work in Mexico, to clinking beers with toothless Canadians, and onto
climbing an Andean glacier, I enjoy whatever comes my way. I’m a mouthy sort with a quick tongue and an even quicker grin. Most
folks hate me for the first seven minutes, then fall right in love with my
winning personality and straight-toothed smile. Though I harbor a strong sense of independence, I believe in the strength
of a supportive community and tight knit family. I enjoy working with youth and
young adults and showing them that staying out of jail isn’t so hard and can
even be fun. But I’m not a goody-two-shoes, my head isn’t anywhere near my ass,
much less in it.
Rachel, an 18-year-old Columbia University student, descends into the
netherworld of runaways and predators to find her sister, Olivia, who has
After getting a job in a strip joint where Olivia worked, then doing
private shows in the homes of rich clients, Rachel discovers that Olivia has
been abducted by a killer who auctions the deaths of young girls in an eBay of
When she finds Olivia, Rachel becomes the killer’s next target.
GUSTAVO FLORENTIN was
born in Queens, New York, and received a bachelor’s degree in electrical
engineering from Polytechnic University of New York. He spent a decade in the
defense industry, working on the F-14 fighter jet and classified electronic
warfare projects. After the fall of the
Soviet Union many thought America wouldn’t need weapons anymore. While others
waited for the “peace dividend,” he moved on to the financial sector in New
York where he is currently a network engineer. His passions include violin,
travel to exotic destinations and exploring worldwide conspiracies. He’s
currently working on his third novel in his New Jersey home.