Urban Fantasy Review: The Beast by J.R. Ward

TThe Beasthe Beast by J.R. Ward

Published by: Penguin USA

Format: Paperback ARC

Genre: Urban Fantasy of the Vampire Persuasion

Order from: Amazon

Reviewed by: Guest Reviewer, Ellen(!)

What to expect: Rhage and Mary, Mary and Rhage! Book…whatever of The Black Dagger Brotherhood offers a new installment of two of my most favorite characters (MARY AND RHAGE) + vampires from the Old Country who wear leather, tote guns, and speak in slang, and a look at what’s ahead for the Brotherhood…think GRAND SCOPE!

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YA Review: Just Listen by Sarah Dessen

Just ListenYA Review: Just Listen by Sarah Dessen

Publisher: Penguin Group, LLC

Format: Kindle, 2008

Reviewed by: Ellen

Genre: YA

Final Grade: 100,000,000,000,000,000,000 out of 10

Choosing your favorite Sarah Dessen book is more challenging than choosing your favorite cocktail – they’re all so awesome (plus cocktails are also easier cause many contain whiskey…not a fan). While Judith has already shared her favorite, I felt it’s time to introduce you all to MY favorite, a book I love so much that I almost purchased it when I found a copy in South Africa just because it was there, which contains one of my Top 3 YA Hotties Of All Time!

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YA Review: Altered by Jennifer Rush

AlteredAltered by Jennifer Rush

Publisher: Hachette Book Group, January 1, 2013

Format: Kindle and Audio Book

Reviewed by: Ellen

Genre: Young Adult

Final Grade: 9/10

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YA Review: Origin by Jennifer Armentrout

OriginOrigin (Lux Series #4) by Jennifer Armentrout

Publisher: Entangled Teen, 2013

Format: Kindle

It’s finally here! I swear I’ve been waiting decades to find out what happened to Katy and Daemon after the cliffhanger ending of Opal. Before I start I just want to remind everyone that there will be SPOILERS from books 1-3, but I’ll try to keep them to a minimum for this one. Read More

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Francine Pascal’s Sweet Valley Saga: The Wakefield Legacy

Francine Pascal’s Sweet Valley Saga: The Wakefield Legacy, by Kate William

Publisher: Bantam Books, 1992

Format: Paper! (BTW – I swear I did not steal this from a library! I’m not sure where I actually purchased it but I’ve never been to the Maricopa County Library.) In honor of Father’s Day (which thank you Judith for making me do this, it’s the only reason I remembered this weekend is Father’s Day) I’m going old school and reviewing the Sweet Valley Saga book about the twins’ father’s ancestors. Who knew so much could happen in only 150 years!

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The Keatyn Chronicles: Date Me by Jillian Dodd

The Keatyn Chronicles: Date Me by Jillian Dodd

Publisher: Bandit Publishing (April 9, 2013)

Format: Kindle

Reviewed by: Ellen

Plot: Homecoming! Private planes! Trips to NYC! Stalkers! As with Kiss Me, this book picks up right where the

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last one ended and continues Keatyn’s experiences at her posh boarding school. There’s still a lot of shopping/fashion talk, romance, and great parties with her friends, but there are also new problems with creepy stalker Vincent, revelations about one of her bffs, discovering more about one character that really sheds light on that person’s actions, and some heartbreak. Oh, and of course tons of hot guys! Read More

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Unlikely Allies by Tiffany King

Unlikely Allies by Tiffany King

Publisher: Self-published

Format: Kindle (August 29, 2012)

Reviewed by: Ellen

Just when I started to think “sigh, just the same as a bazillion other YA books” BOOM! The author pulled an amazing switcheroo on me in a totally awesome way. (And no, not because there are zombies…although who doesn’t love a good zombie story?)

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Playing with the Boys (A PrettyTOUGH Novel)

Playing with the Boys (A PrettyTOUGH Novel)

Author Note: There’s something odd about this one. It seems like the paperback edition is listed as written by Liz Tigelaar (like this photo) but the Kindle edition has Nicole Leigh Shepherd. They’re the same book, I just don’t know which to list as the author.              

Publisher: Razorbill (April 10, 2008)

Format: Kindle

Reviewed By: Ellen

Football, hot guys, a girl playing a “boy” sport – what’s not to love?! Happy Super Bowl Day!

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Books and Boys: We all have “types”

A few days ago, after yet another Judith/Ellen books conversation, I realized something: I totally have a book “type”. Just like how I know that the tall, über-jock looking guy at the bar will be the one I go for (it’s a weakness!) there are some books that, no matter how bad they might be for me, I will buy. Doesn’t matter if they’re YA/NA/romance novels, or if the book has a zillion 1 star reviews on Amazon, I just can’t say no! So now, dear readers, Judith and I are joining forces for just the second time to discuss our book types. Do you agree? Have we missed any important ones? What are yours??? Please let us know we’re not alone! Read More

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