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The Good Girl's Guide to Being a Demon

The Good Girl's Guide to Being a Demon - April Aasheim Originally posted on Book-o-Craze, on a book tour hosted by Bewitching Book Tours.


This book is part of The Woodland Creek series, a collection of 30 stand-alone stories by 30 different authors, all revolving around the small town of Woodland Creek.

This particular story is about Cassie - or, as her mother used to call her, Cassidy - who found out she might just be turning into a demon on her 25th birthday! When she receives a strange book that is supposed to be sent by her long-dead mother, strange things start to happen. All the signs point her towards the direction of Woodland Creek, the place where she grew up before all the misfortunes and tragedies of her life took place and led her to leave the town!

When she arrives to Woodland Creek she is fairly happy to find there her childhood friend, Josh, whom she might actually feel an attraction about. And, then her best friend from all those years back, Jenn, also makes her appearance. And, all hell breaks loose... Literally!

This story was quite quick-paced, with lots of events taking place, both mysterious and adventurous! The heroine was quite strong-willed, and I just loved her and her slowly growing horns! Her romantic interest, Josh was also quite lovable, and I felt greatly fond of him! Her rival was also strong, something that only added more to the story!

The way the author wrote, I was able to completely grasp the mood of the story, and the tragedies the heroine has survived! I loved all the flashbacks, and the letters from Cassie's long-lost mother were just awesome, perky and straight to the point!


All in all, 5 stars for an awesome read that made me want to know more about the mysterious little town of Woodland Creek!

Lady of Intrigue

Lady of Intrigue - Sabrina Darby Originally posted on Book-o-Craze, on a tour hosted by Tasty Book Tours.

This book really lived up to its title, with a significant amount of intrigues and hidden conspiracies being involved! But it was so much more, at the same time! It was a tribute to love between lovers, as well as family members!

But first things first...

It all started when Lady Jane Langley was involved in a -not really- accident, where she witnessed a stranger killing one of her co-passengers. The course of prior events, that are thoroughly explained later in the book, forced that stranger, named Gerard Badeau to hesitate before killing the witness. Instead, he decided to take her with him, unwilling to let her live and betray his secret and identity, but also unable to find the courage to finish her off, too.

From there on, an adventure begins for the Jane and Gerard, where the time they spend together force them to make an alliance, based at first on the severe injuries the lady has suffered and his tending to them, and later to a much deeper connection that starts to form between them slowly but on a steady pace.

I loved the way the author described this delicate blossoming of love between the heroes, while they both struggled to find themselves and realize their feelings for each other.
The whole procedure seemed very similar to what happens in real life, too, even if the people involved are not as complicated and complex as a lady and an assassin loving one other!

The book proceeded in a steady pace with no rushed feelings coming forward. Everything seemed so natural, when at first it was the close proximity and the fact that they were alone seemingly outside of the real world that brought them together, the long conversations they had with each other, the physical attraction and the need to consummate their strong feelings, and, least but not last, the actual love settling. A love that meant the abandonment of any egotistical feelings about their previous lifestyles.

There was also a strong reference to the meaning of family, referring not only to the marriage, but also to the relationship with the heroes' parents, as well as their siblings and their closed ones, something I also extremely enjoyed.

I could go on and on about the love between Jane and Gerard, and they way I perceived the whole procedure taking place, but instead, I will decide to not spoil the fun of the discovery for the rest of the readers. I will just emphasize the fact that I loved the way everything was flowing, the way the author described them, and the fact that the excitement started right from the first chapter!

All in all, 5 stars to an amazing experience of love of all kinds!

Pirate Princess

Pirate Princess - Catherine  Banks Originally posted on Book-o-Craze, on a tour hosted by Tasty Book Tours.

I had never really read a book about pirates before, but now that I have, I am totally planning on making it a habit!

In this novel, we follow through Tilia's, Princess of Crilian and the daughter of the most feared and mighty pirate, who just so happens to be called the King of Pirates, exciting and adventurous life.

There are several events taking place in the pages of this book, with lots of funny, heart-breaking, agonizing moments. There were even several surprises taking places, with some revelations I hadn't really expected. This only added to the book's appeal!

As for the characters, they were all well-developed, interesting personalities. I even loved the fact that the author was realistic about it, showing that sometimes bad guys can be found in unexpected places, in the face of people the heroine wanted to trust and love.

Tilia was a strong heroine, quite feisty at times, but very brave and full of surprises. I liked watching the events unfolding through her eyes.

One of my favorite characters was also Esmeralda, the Queen, and also Tilia's aunt! She wasn't like the queens I'ved been used to read about, something that I greatly enjoyed. And don't even get me started about her dear, loving husband, Jared, the King! He, along with Faxon the Mage were my favorite male heroes while reading this novel!

I also loved Tilia's love interest and the drama that surrounded the couple at times! Finn was a brave boy who proved to care deeply for the Pirate Princess, even if their love was tested through a number of circumstances.

The plot flowed quite easily and the amount of events taking place in the book didn't allow for the reader to feel bored.

All in all, 4,5 stars for quite an amazing experience that connects two of my favorite things, a Pirate and a Princess, all in one!

Forty Candles

Forty Candles - Virginia Nelson Originally posted on Book-o-Craze, on a tour hosted by Bewitching Book Tours.

Forty Candles is a short but rather amazing story centering around Chloe and Jack.

Chloe is a tortured woman that has endured two painful divorces, one between her parents when she was a young girl, and one when she was 25 years of age, with her own husband!

Jack is her childhood friend and her first boyfriend, who stayed beside her through all the hardships of her life even after they split up. He has loved her since the first time they had been together but Chloe is afraid to let go of her insecurities. She thinks she is incapable of feeling love and committing to a faithful relationship.

I loved the chemistry between the two heroes and the way the events unfolded.
It was a passionate story that I had expected to revolve around sex, but I am glad to admit that it did not. It was so much more, with quite realistic protagonists that dealt with real life problems.

I greatly enjoyed both the storyline and the way the author writes. I will definitely try more of her books, soon!

All in all, 5 stars for a great read that I deeply enjoyed!

Dragonstone - A Kingdom of Chalvaren Romance

Dragonstone - A Kingdom of Chalvaren Romance - Paula Millhouse Originally posted on Book-o-Craze, on a tour hosted by Bewitching Book Tours.


I read this short story as part of a review I wanted to write for a blog event!

It is the prequel of The Kingdom of Chalvaren series! And, my only regret is that I only picked the prequel to read in order for a review to be up, and not the actual first novel in the series, as well!

This was short, but also, hot, steamy, with lots of chemistry between the two characters, and a lot of events taking place in only -less than- 40 pages!

There were dragons, amazing ones that could tell between the good and the bad people -and eat the second-, and an enraged village coming to blame an innocent young girl for something she had no idea about!

When the Elf Prince arrives to find the dragon, he ends up not only rescuing the girl, but doing so much more!

I loved the sweet, innocent heroine, the brave and strong Elf Prince, and I even loved the little village girl that rushed to warn her friend of the impending threat, in spite of the danger she put herself into.

I found myself anxious to actually start reading the first installment in the series, in order to see what other adventures await the heroes!

All in all, 4,5 stars to this prequel, because it was a short, but very enjoyable, teaser for the actual series!

Naked: A Novel of Lady Godiva

Naked: A Novel of Lady Godiva - Eliza Redgold Originally posted on Book-o-Craze, on a tour hosted by Goddess Fish Promotions.


What an emotional ride! Both literally and figuratively!

This book is devoted to Lady Godiva, her story and what drove her to carry out her famous naked ride. Of course, some true facts were included in the retelling, but a plot twist was the added element, that made the legend seem a little nicer, in some ways!

I have to admit that I'm not very familiar with the true myth of Lady Godiva's ride. Before reading this book, I only knew about the trivia I had stumbled upon. But, through this emotional retelling I currently feel so sympathetic towards Coventry's Lady, her personality, as it is being described in the book, as well as the decisions she had to make.

Lady Godiva, the narrator of the story, is a strong, independent protagonist, that I was very delighted to read about. I loved the way her thoughts were cited by the author. Especially these flashbacks where she remembered moments from her past, they were seeming so real, and like everything that takes place in a person's mind. Everything so beautifully described! Her joy, her pleasure, her agony, her grief. A well-built heroine, I greatly enjoyed to follow through on her adventures!

Her husband, Leofric, was a mysterious man who inspired so many feelings on the heroine, that made me think for a moment I was feeling all those sentiments myself. At first so closed to himself and to his own thoughts, he would allure Godiva, for sure.

At some point, I thought that even a love triangle would form between the heroine, the brave warrior Leofric and Edmund, her childhood friend, who had already asked for her hand in marriage. Godiva sure seemed attracted to him at first, but the passion was nonexistent until Leofric made his appearance.

After that, the way the heroine's feelings evolved was so wonderfully narrated, making the readers feel the anguish which Lady Godiva felt, whenever the story was taking an unexpected turn. And, that didn't occur rarely in the case of this book. Things were constantly kept interesting with all this background story evolving on its own, hidden until the moment everything became clear.

The author delivered the myth in such a way to make us actually wonder whether the events took place as the legend says, or if there was actually something the lords of Coventry liked to cover, underneath it.

I won't spoil the ride Lady Godiva carried out, and the exact sentiments this event, and the way everyone in the town responded to it, brought on to me. It was a very delicate part of the book, and one where the feelings escalated.

All in all, 5 stars to a beautiful retelling of a greatly emotional ride.

Pirateship Down: Stories from the World of the Sentinels of New Orleans

Pirateship Down: Stories from the World of the Sentinels of New Orleans - Suzanne  Johnson Originally posted on Book-o-Craze, on a tour hosted by Bewitching Book Tours.

This read constitutes a collection of short stories and trivial information concerning Suzanne Johnson's Sentinels of New Orleans series!

It was a fun and greatly entertaining read, very well-built by the author, so that it wouldn't be hard for someone who hasn't read any books in these series -someone like me -, to follow up.

In more detail, the first short story "Talk Like a Pirate", mainly features 19-th century French Pirate Jean Lafitte and New Orleans Wizard Sentinel Gerry St. Simon. We get a first taste of the (in)famous pirate, and are able to see his interaction with the wizard before the series started.

Next, we get "a little something extra", with a brief, but to the point, explanation of the Sentinels Multiverse, and its inhabitants! This is where you can find out more about the wizards, the fae, the merfolk, and even the elves!

"Alex, The Pig" is a short story that features three of the protagonists of the Sentinels of New Orleans series, DJ, Alex and Rene. It is a short, fun read, about a small adventure that includes a certain cursed leprechaun!

The next story, "Cat Mon Dieu" features a rather brief adventure of the pirate Jean Lafitte, in the Rouses Supermarket, and the chaos he just barely avoided causing!

A few trivia is then offered about said pirate, for us to get a glimpse in his life before he was killed and became a historical undead livind in the Beyond!

More information about Alex can be found on "Rivalry", a short featuring himself and his cousin when they were still teenagers, and around the time he had just started getting to know his shapeshifts. For everyone that has read the series, this short would actually prove to be very enlightening as to why he is who he is, and about the way he behaves!

Both "Swamp Rats" and "Danger: Curves Ahead" featured DJ and Alex, giving us a glimpse of their relationship and how they interact with each other!

Another extra follows, regarding the Sentinels Bibliography, before another story occurring between Alex and his cousin Jacob is provided!

Last but not least, the novella with the same name as this collection, "Pirateship Down" is a quite an interesting read featuring DJ, Rene and their adventures trying to get Jean Lafitte out of the mess he has created for himself.

All the stories, and especially the novella, are quick, witty and with lots and lots of humor! I actually caught myself not only chuckling, but also laughing out loud with DJ's narration. I loved the author's writing style, and the whole collection made me want to start the series as soon as I get them on my hands!

All in all, 5 stars to a book that made me laugh more than any has succeeded in doing in a long long time!

Wishes for Christmas

Wishes for Christmas - Fern Michaels Review originally posted on Book-o-Craze, on a Tour organized by Tasty Book Tours!

This year I hadn't really managed to feel all the Christmas hype, with the season's glow not as apparent to me as previously. And, it might sound like it is a bit soon for the Christmas joy to start, but for me that was never the case up until last year!

All this, before I read Wishes for Christmas, though.

Fern Michaels made the holidays seem a little more festive this year, through her three short stories included in this book. They all featured heroes from the author's two main series

The first short featured the heroes from Michaels' The Sisterhood series. The next one was about Toots and Sophie and their family, from The Godmothers' series. The last story was a combination of the two!

Maggie, in the first story, convinces her crew that the important thing is to give and not to take, especially during the Christmas Holidays. So, they decide to look up her old teacher who has inexplicably vanished, and make up for what Maggie thought she made wrong all these years back. Will these Vigilantes achieve their goal once more? Will they find the lost teacher? This is for the reader to find out, but a truth has to be told. A wonderful message is being passed through this story, which made me can't wait for Christmas to come!

In the second story included in this book, Sophie, a woman with psychic powers, gets a weird vibe from a decorator. How is she going to find out what is really going on, and who exactly is connected to her? A beautiful short story that brought two families close together, a very nice Christmas gift to all the heroes!

Lastly, the third story, featured the collaboration of Annie and Myra from The Sisterhood, with Toots and Sophie from The Godmothers, in order to solve a new mystery. It is always nice and exciting to watch heroes from supposedly different universes to be brought together into one story. This short also included as main heroes another set of characters, probably new to Fern Michaels' fans!

All the stories were about well-thought and clever ideas and plotlines, that I would like to read about with more details and in more pages! But all the right messages were still able to pass through to the readers!

Finally, reading this book, I realized that I would like to probably have read some of The Sisterhood and The Godmothers' series' books, in order to be able to understand better the characters and their personalities. I was thankful for all the information that the author was giving about them, but of course it couldn't be like I had read them beforehand.

But, that is not going to stop me from getting my hands on the first installments of these series, in order to find out more about all the heroes I came to like through reading these shorts.


All in all, I award 4,5 stars to this book, because it gave me quite a lot of the Christmas joy I had been missing this year!

The Scionless House

The Scionless House - Nazarea Andrews Originally posted on Book-o-Craze, on a tour hosted by InkSlinger Blogger.

I hadn't read a book featuring vampires for quite some time, as a conscious choice. I thought that everything was already said, and wasn't really able to find anything original in many stories.

But this short story made me re-evaluate!
A whole world was made by the author, with different houses and ranks of vampires. All this was explained right at the beginning, so it was fairly easy for me to keep up with who was who and the way they interacted with each other!

The story was narrated by Octavian, a Blood Prince, who is sent on a mission to retrieve a mysterious person. It is short, but gives the readers a complete feeling of the stories and the main heroes involved. IT still left me with wanting to know more about this world, though!

Seeing as I enjoyed so much this short story, I can only wait for the actual first book in the series to be released, in order for me to get to know the characters and their way of life, more!

All in all, 5 stars to an awesome prequel!

A Taste of Turkish Delight

A Taste of Turkish Delight - Samantha Fontien Review originally posted on Book-o-Craze, on a Tour organized by Hooked on Books Promotions.


Was A Taste of Turkish Delight like the two previous shorts in the "Wee Bookie of Nookie" series? No. Not at all. Was it so much better? Absolutely! And, considering how much I enjoyed the previous installments, that says a lot about this one!

This one could be a whole stand-alone story with lots of events taking place and even some agony for the two heroes to be together, almost all the time! It was almost quite bigger in amount of pages compared to the previous installments.

Rubin, well, by now we know Rubin and his taste in women. All women do something for him. But LeiZa... LeiZa is the daughter of a very important client, Mr. Z., and is a very naughty and sneaky young lady! She is a seductress, and as everyone calls her, a goddess, too.

So, imagine the chemistry between Rubin and LeiZa when they meet. I could almost feel their chemistry off of the story's pages.

But, Rubin gives a promise to Duncan to be professional and decide to wait until the end of the assignment before he can make the Goddess his.

But, he didn't count in LeiZa's naughtiness and how hard she is going to make it to her. As we already said, she is a seductress. And used to getting what she wants. And what she wants these days? Rubin Miller.

Will he be able to resist her long enough for his assignment to end? Will he keep his promise to Duncan? Reading this short? You can never be sure about anything.

Another 5 stars for yet another amazing story by Samantha Fontien!

A Taste Of Turkish Delight: Wee Bookie of Nookie

A Taste Of Turkish Delight: Wee Bookie of Nookie - Samantha Fontien Review originally posted on Book-o-Craze, on a Tour organized by Hooked on Books Promotions.


Was "A Taste of Turkish Delight" like the two previous shorts in the "Wee Bookie of Nookie" series? No. Not at all. Was it so much better? Absolutely! And, considering how much I enjoyed the previous installments, that says a lot about this one!

This one could be a whole stand-alone story with lots of events taking place and even some agony for the two heroes to be together, almost all the time! It was almost quite bigger in amount of pages compared to the previous installments.

Rubin, well, by now we know Rubin and his taste in women. All women do something for him. But LeiZa... LeiZa is the daughter of a very important client, Mr. Z., and is a very naughty and sneaky young lady! She is a seductress, and as everyone calls her, a goddess, too.

So, imagine the chemistry between Rubin and LeiZa when they meet. I could almost feel their chemistry off of the story's pages.

But, Rubin gives a promise to Duncan to be professional and decide to wait until the end of the assignment before he can make the Goddess his.

But, he didn't count in LeiZa's naughtiness and how hard she is going to make it to her. As we already said, she is a seductress. And used to getting what she wants. And what she wants these days? Rubin Miller.

Will he be able to resist her long enough for his assignment to end? Will he keep his promise to Duncan? Reading this short? You can never be sure about anything.


Another 5 stars for yet another amazing story by Samantha Fontien!

From A to B (Wee Bookie of Nookie, #2)

From A to B (Wee Bookie of Nookie, #2) - Samantha Fontien Review originally posted on Book-o-Craze, on a Tour organized by Hooked on Books Promotions, and .


This is the second short story by Samantha Fontien, that features Rubin Miller, although this one is set a few years back than the first.

In this installment, 18 year-old Cambridge student Rubin has set his eyes on two young women in a bar. The girls are supposed to be tough and snob cookies that kick away any attempt of flirtation. But Rubin achieves to win them over.

They all go back to his apartment and things end up being quite steamy. The description was, as in the previous short, fabulous, and we actually got an insight to Rubin's past. A few details for the girls were also given, even if they were limited to what the hero had heard around campus.

This story had a few comical elements, too and it was quite a nice touch to getting to know Rubin.

I'm becoming more and more curious about him with everything new I read about him!
I will totally start the series about his best friend.

All in all, 5 stars for another Wee Bookie of Nookie short.

Wee Bookie Of Nookie - A Dip in the Fontien - Dragonflies shorts

Wee Bookie Of Nookie - A Dip in the Fontien - Dragonflies shorts - Samantha Fontien Review originally posted on Book-o-Craze, on a Tour organized by Hooked on Books Promotions.


While reading this short story I must say I was very curious, seeing as the heroine was supposed to be the author herself. She was asked by a blogger which of her characters she would like to meet, and if that happened, how the things would go.

And the result? Just perfect!

In this short, Samantha Fontien has finally decided to give a chance to Rubin Miller - the best friend of Duncan Peters from the Dragonflies series - by going on a date with him. And, she is not disappointed. Neither are we.

The pages flow by so quickly they really leave you craving for more.
Everything is steamy, sexy and just plainly hot. Oh, and all that with a humorous twist, too!

The way the heroes flirt with each other, how they tease one another, and, of course, everything that comes after that. And even after that. The story is ending in such a nice way, leaving us hanging in a way, as to when will be the next meeting of the heroes. Because after such a nice night, there will certainly be a continuation.

All in all, 5 stars to this short story,
because I loved it and I was only left hoping for more of the heroes!

Blind: Killer Instincts

Blind: Killer Instincts - Sidney Bristol Originally posted on Book-o-Craze

Arc was kindly provided in exchange for an honest review, as a wish that was granted to me by the publisher, via NetGalley.

Where to start from? This book contained so many elements I liked. There was mystery, there was blood, an in-depth point of view of the killer, a Killer Club with many mysterious members I'd really like to know more about, a strong, independent heroine and a bad-ass, dark and broody hero.

The author's writing style was rather interesting and it helped the story flow easily. I liked the fact that there was some description of many of the characters, although the members of the Killer Club remained anonymous and mysterious. Considering the fact that there is coming a book featuring the brother of the main heroine and, also, the way the book concluded with the Epilogue, I believe - or, probably hope - that we will get more insight into this club and its intelligent and dark members.

The only objection I had during reading this book was the existence of too much romance. I'd like to have a more stressing and long finale, than so many of the romantic thoughts of the two heroes. But, that could possibly be just me and my lack of romantic nature. Someone a little more romantic would probably enjoy the whole procedure of falling in love between the two protagonists so much more.

All in all, I award to this book 4 stars, intending to find out more about this author's books and its mysterious killers and their clubs!

Mind of the Phoenix

Mind of the Phoenix - Jamie McLachlan Originally posted on Book-o-Craze

Arc was kindly offered to me in exchange for an honest review, via NetGalley.

This book made me feel quite torn at some point. The first half of the book progressed quite slowly for me. I found a bit difficult to immediately adjust to the world described by the author, mostly just because the information was provided to us in parts across many of the first chapters. Also, the fact that all the empaths are slaves, and so they take their Masters' last names made it a little hard for me to follow the heroes train of thought when they were referring to multiple Mr. Andersons, or Mr.Harrisons etc.

But, after this confusion started settling down, and the actual adjustment to the world and its rules was achieved, something that took place around the second half of the book, I just couldn't put it down!

The twists and turns were sudden, but not unpleasant, while the era in which the incidents were taking place was described very naturally, and I could actually imagine the heroine with her long dresses and the hero with his tall hat.

The author's writing style was quite... intimate, I would say. It wasn't extremely formal or distant, quite the opposite actually, something that was able to happen because the book was written in first person, and we could "read" Moira's thoughts. I enjoyed that fact immensely!

Considering the characters, I enjoyed both of the main heroes! Moira was a passionate young woman, and I liked the way she was so strong and defiant, but also vulnerable and delicate at some points. Keenan was a nice gentleman. At first I wasn't particularly fond of him, but soon he managed to earn my trust with his behavior and personality. And, I won't even describe the relationship between the two of them! Amazing, full of chemistry, and very realistic. I enjoyed so much reading about those two. How their relationship got deeper and stronger in a very natural way! If I think more about them, I will probably start swooning and never complete the rest of the review, so I'll just leave it at that. I'm just glad I bumped into them, because they are definitely a duo I will be rooting for in the following installations.

As for the rest of the characters of the book, I liked very much the fact that they were described by the author in a way that let us imagine exactly how they could be. I felt like I had a clear image every person.

The way the minds were described was also very unique. Every person's was different, and I loved the fact that it deflected the personality of the person. Also, the way Moira explored them. It was extraordinary.

All these features that I mention with many details appear mostly during the second half of the book, which really made me go through it in one sitting. The only thing I disliked about this part of the book, was the fact that one piece of the puzzle was solved in this first book. But, I would have preferred it if it was a little bit more mysterious, and I hadn't actually guessed the murderer so much earlier!

Thankfully, the full mystery hasn't been solved yet, which leaves the reader with an anxiety to get their hands on the rest of the series' books. I just hope that the final solution of the puzzle won't be the way I have imagined it. Because if it is, I am sorry to say that it would be predictable, and I would hate it if that fact ruined my view of this series. But, until then, I'm quite certain there will be quite few installations, and probably a few twists and turns, too!

All in all, I award this book 4 stars!

Dead Til Dawn

Dead Til Dawn - Kelli A. Wilkins Originally posted on Book-o-Craze

This story was kindly offered to me by the author Kelli A. Wilkins, in exchange for an honest review.

This is the second short story I read, that is written from this author. That's the reason why I knew that I was going to enjoy it so much. The way this writer writes once again proved to be so smooth, with everything being well-described, as well as the appropriate details being given in all the right moments.

The heroine was very likeable, something that was very enhanced and contrasted by the smart placement of a character most of us would dislike. That is also the reason why there could be a very wise lesson to be taught in the end of the story and is therefore stated right at the beginning of the blurb.

The plot was quite enjoyable, and unlike most of what I've read previously! At first, I was a bit skeptical of the concept of ghosts, but in this story everything was described in a way that didn't leave me any negative thoughts by the time I finished the story. Quite the opposite, in fact.

All in all, I award this short story 3.5 stars, thinking about giving ghost tales another chance in the near future!

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