I LOVE THESE SO MUCH, PLEASE DON'T HURT ME NALINI SINGH 😭😭♥️ May have bought the next three. 😍
As a teen, I read big authors and loved them, like Christine Feehan, Sherrilyn Kenyon, and JK Rowling. In my 20s, all three of them (at least to me) have tried to single handedly ruin their franchises. So, I've stayed away from big time authors in fear of heartbreak around book 15 or so. But I'm going back today. Here's hoping!!
This wasn't the most original story I've ever read, but I enjoyed it nonetheless. I did't like the male main character at all, or at least not in context of the relationship of the protagonists. However, I think, especially people that are into erotic romance, will have a good time reading this book.
Thank you again @LittleBug for giving me this book! I think in future I won't completely avoid the romance section anymore.
I mostly listened this one, and the narration was good, but this series just isn't for me. I love a fictional (emphasis on fictional) alpha male, but I never really got into the romance. I dug the serial killer subplot, but it's not well fleshed out and the ending to it is super abrupt and secondhand. It was a quick read, but I won't be continuing with the series.
Early morning audio listening. Reading this for the Fountain Flirt romance book club. Not sure I'm going to end up loving it, but I've skipped a bunch of meetings recently and I'm hoping to start the year off right.
Finished my last book of the year!! And it was really good! Essentially a paranormal romance, with changelings (essentially were-leopards) and the Psy (people taught to delete their emotions). There‘s a serial killer afoot and they need to figure out who the killer is! Lucas and Sascha‘s story is fantastic!
Now off to celebrate the New Year! Happy New Year everyone! 🥳🥳
Thank you soo much @LittleBug !! ❤
The things you chose are just wonderful 😍 My boyfriend got really excited about the socks and immediatly had to try them on. Not sure if I stand a chance of ever getting them back now 😄
Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones!! 🎄
I was in the mood for a paranormal romance, so I checked out another book in this series from the library the other day, but there was too much backstory I was missing. Luckily, this first in the series was available on Libby. It started real rough, I almost bailed and I‘m so glad I didn‘t because I‘m completely sucked into the world. I went and put the rest of the series on hold already!! This was exactly what I was craving. 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼
Here‘s to 2017! And the first audiobook of 2018... a reread from 2017, ha 😅. I realized after binging this series hard that I was getting confused by my memory of prequels not lining up with events later books said had happened. A good excuse to half listen to these again when doing data entry, amiright? #reread #2017inBooks
I loved this book! Great story, fast paced, wonderful characters, this was so hard to put to down. I only stopped reading because I just couldn‘t keep my eyes open any longer, and picked it up as soon as I woke up this morning to finish it. I look forward to more of this series!
This book was exactly what I was in the mood for. I haven‘t been able to put it down since I started it, but it‘s 3:30 am and the Bookout app says I still have an hour left to go. Must. Get. Sleep. Official review to come later today after I finish the book. Thanks for pointing me in this direction @melissanorr 😍
I had heard excellent things about this series and it was exactly what I needed to pull me out of a massive reading slump. I can't remember the last time I was so sucked into a world that I fell asleep reading because I refused to put down the book. I adored the characters and was intrigued by the politics. I'm looking forward to seeing what happens next. I have the next four on order from Thriftbooks, so I have to (impatiently) wait to find out.
Done and only one day overdue! I loved it--paranormal romance isn't really my thing, I've not been jazzed about it since Twilight. I mean, I like paranormal, and I like romance, but I don't usually like them together. But I enjoyed the way the Psi and the changeling worlds are built and I've gone ahead and put book 2 on hold!
Due today and I can't renew because there's a hold. Ack!!! I can probably finish tomorrow though so I think I'm going to take the fine and finish it. I had to wait weeks to get my hands on it so I don't want to take it back without finishing.
Having an impossible time concentrating in my post-vacation brain... So I binged this paranormal romance instead. I may enjoy it more than the archangels series by the same author, and I totally finished it in about one sitting. As much of a guilty pleasure as this flower thing made with our towels... And yes, my furtive reading-not-working was as big a source of amusement for the S.O. as my shedding of blossoms when I went to towel off.
I finished the Carol Burnett book and immediately started on another ebook. Needless to say I started it too late at night so I didn't get enough sleep, but I finished the book. This was a great recommendation from the Get Booked Podcast an adult paranormal romance. I certainly sunk my teeth into this one and had a purrrrfectly fun time. Warning this one is a bit steamy 🐯
This is the beginning of one of my fav paranormal romance series EVER!! It's on sale for a limited time. Highly highly recommend!!! #readromance
I love Nalini Singh. The psy-changeling series has an overarching theme of the breakdown of a program known as silence, and the changing powers in a world currently ruled by the psy. However each book focuses on the relationship of a new couple, meaning they can be read as standalones.
Perfect read for fans of paranormal romance, shape shifters, and alpha males.
Exciting! I loved see Sascha break free from her restraints and be who she really is! Not as smutty and trashy as the blurb leads us to believe. Plot has an element of mystery to it - something I love. Full review and international giveaway on my blog! Link in bio!
Paranormal romances are not generally my bag (for various reasons) so I'd never tried Nalini Singh (also not a fan of the title). But @Amanda pitched it on Get Booked and did a way better job than the blurb. This is good, the world is interesting, maybe too plotty since a Book 1 but I'll read more.