On Wings of Darkness by Jolie Pethtel REVIEW

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On Wings of Darkness

by Jolie Pethtel
Synopsis:

What would happen if you were meant to die, but someone intervened? Your very existence would disrupt the natural balance, effecting everyone you touch for the remainder of your unnatural life. What if you met your soul mate? A man who was meant for you alone, but at the same time not because you should no longer exist? This is what happens to Adara James when she crosses paths with Journey Montgomery, a man unknowingly shadowed by darkness. This is no chance meeting between two human strangers, but a collision of souls whose continued proximity to one another has the potential to tear apart the world.

REVIEW:

I was given this book in exchange for an honest review from lovers of paranormal.

This book was alright. Not good, not bad, just alright. There were parts that were really good! It made you want to keep reading it, and then there were parts where you just wanted to put the book down.
The characters I feel weren’t really developed all that well, they were just kinda thrown in there for the story. I really wanted to get to know them a bit better. The story line is a good one and I wish that she would have inserted more of it in the actual book so that it flowed better.

The ending sucked. Like really sucked. You know those kids books where your reading and its really good and then all of a sudden you see THE END. Yah that’s what I think of this ending.

Of all of the angel books that I have read this one is fairly close to the bottom. It was to quick, wasn’t developed enough, tons of grammatical errors and typos. But after you get through all of that still not a bad read.

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The Wanderers 1,2,3 Review and purchase links

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The Wanderers 1,2,3 Review and purchase links

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The Wanderers (The Wanderers #1)

by Jessica Miller (Goodreads Author)
Goodreads Synopsis
 
What do you do when you learn your family is the one who’s holding all the secrets? Secrets that could get you killed…

Ella is looking forward to starting college in the fall with her best friend Josie. She’s looking for a place where she can get away from her overbearing parents and two older annoying brothers. Unfortunately Ella realizes that sometimes the past comes back to haunt you.

Ella soon learns that the man who terrorizes her dreams is in fact real and coming after her.

When one of her classmates is murdered, Ella slowly recognizes this is not some strange coincidence. Ella fears that the boy she’s falling in love with is the one who stalks her dreams and no longer knows who she can trust.

When she finally learns the truth of her family’s deepest secret, Ella has to face her demons by taking out one of the people she thought she could trust…before they kill her.

My Review/Thoughts: I was given this book from the author and from Lovers of Paranormal (LOP) in exchange for an honest review.

Where to start? This is a pretty damn good book! There is a huge layer of different forms of emotions just swirling everywhere, from different people, the events that take place, everything. Jessica Miller has a certain way with words that make you get into these characters as if you are watching it happening right there. You get to feel what they are feeling. Experience it all. Its quite an amazing feet to make me be able to do that by just reading words on pages.

As I got this book from an amazing paranormal group (LOP) you obviously know that this book is a paranormal style book. Only it isn’t. You get the feel that something out there is paranormal but its 3/4 of the way into the book that you finally find out why and you know what? I Love that about this! I love that there is a back story to these characters BEFORE we find out what they are. So they have a personality, they have a past they have ATTITUDE. You get to meet the person, before everything goes down. It was very refreshing. I have since finished everything Jessica Miller has written for this series so  far and I have to say that I’m just wanting to read the next installment now! I can’t wait until the 4th book is published and I can get my greedy hands on it.

This author is going places. And she’ll be going places fast. I would pay more then just a dollar for this book. I would have gladly paid 13. Just sayin.

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Reborn (The Wanderers #2)

by Jessica Miller (Goodreads Author)
Goodreads Synopsis
Ella finally knows what she is, but now she’s not so sure she knows who she is.With Jack still on the loose her parents have her confined to the house leaving Ella to feel like she’s stuck in a prison. Coping with the loss of her best friend and the love of her life, Ella feels trapped in an endless cycle of torment. She feels she’s doomed to lose everyone she loves. In attempt to keep her safe and help her understand her new life her parents decide that what’s best for her is to go back to school, but not just any school.

Ella’s not alone though. The school is filled with students who are just like her, including her brother Dean. Her mission is to keep herself blended in the background and out of trouble, but unfortunately Ella isn’t that lucky. With the roommate from hell, her brother constantly breathing down her neck, and being pinned right away as the outcast, Ella wants nothing more than to just crawl under a rock for the rest of her life. Even the school’s sweetheart has it in for her.

Can she overcome her fear of the unknown? Will she ever learn to accept who she is? The most important thing Ella is concerned about is just surviving the semester at Hamilton Hill.

My review/Thoughts: I was given this book in exchange for an honest review from the author Jessica Miller and the group Lovers of Paranormal (lop).This book was just as good as the first one, only a touch more paranormal. When I say a touch more, its more human then anything but you know something is up. Its a paranormal book after all. The characters in this are flawless, and I honestly have a hard time putting this book down. There is something about this story that just captives you and just draws you right in. Its magical really. The plot of this is amazing, descriptions are spot on. It’s almost like being there yourself that you get to experience everything all first hand. It takes real skill for a book to be able to do that for me. Each of these books I have noticed makes you emotionally invested in each of the characters. You get to know them, and you get to basically feel what they are feeling. They are beautifully written. The area where these characters are living you get the feel of that too. Its amazing. I love these books and again can’t wait for the next one!

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Unforgiven (The Wanderers #3)

by Jessica Miller (Goodreads Author)
Goodreads synopsis
All it took was three magical words…Tristan…is…alive.

Ella knew leaving was wrong. She knew there would be consequences but what was at stake was far more important than anything she could have done if she stayed. She just had to see for herself.
Ella also knows Josie’s time is limited. With the help of her friends, Ella takes off and introduces herself to a foreign land. She hoped to keep her whereabouts a secret but it isn’t long before her father discovers where she is and threatens to take her back kicking and screaming. Things quickly go awry and Ella finds more than what she was looking for in her search for Tristan. Ella knows eventually she must return home and face the aftermath of her sudden departure. But her head and heart aren’t sure they can handle it. Will Roman forgive her? Will Gabe and the rest of her friends hate her for abandoning them in their time of need? Find out what happens next in the all new installment of The Wanderers series with Unforgiven.

My Review/thoughts:

I was given this book from the author Jessica Miller and by Lovers of Paranormal (LOP) in exchange for an honest review.

I am reeling with so many emotions right now, that are right there at the surface and just want to explode out of me. I have so many questions. The main one here is WHY???? Why would you leave such a cliff hanger when there isn’t another book for me to read?? I mean really??? I MUST READ MORE! It has been so long since I craved to read another story in a series and this one just takes the cake. It is the perfect series. I loved every second of it. I had issues putting the book down to sleep. I laughed, I cried, I wanted to scream and throw my tablet up against the wall. I didn’t want this book to end. I wanted to just keep turning more and more pages, trying to digest everything that happened. Even now as I’m typing I’m left with that lingering feeling that I just want to start reading this series again right from the beginning. I cannot wait until the next book comes out. And don’t dauddle. You have a fan here that needs her fix. (this review is a direct copy and paste from my goodreads review as it pretty much nails it right on the head with how I’m feeling about these books) I would pay 13 bucks for each of these books. Probably more actually as they are that good. They are really under valued at the 2.99 amazon has them at and you should go and grab them as that is a steal of a price!!

 

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The Guardians 1 and 2 by Jennifer Raygoza (REVIEW)

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Before I get started I have to tell you that I thought really long and hard about posting this review, as it is pretty much nothing but negative. Which sucks. But I promised myself that I would give 100% honesty in my blogging so it is what it is. In no way what so ever, do my comments on my blog effect the other or her standpoints in her book. My opinions of this are just that MY opinions, and if you are interested in reading these books to see for your self the purchase links will be at the bottom of the page as always and her goodreads link will be there to! On to the reviews!

The Guardians (The Guardians, #1)
by Jennifer Raygoza (Goodreads Author)

I was given this book from lovers of paranormal (LOP) and the author is exchange for an honest review.

I’m sorry. I really am. This book only received 1.5 stars out of 5 due to the fact that it is extremely rushed, there is like no depth to the story at all, and you don’t really know the characters. I mean really? Run on sentences, horrible grammar and punctuation and there were spelling mistakes in there too. I seriously feel bad about reviewing this book. I hated the fact that the book would start to get interesting, and yes Amber read another sentence its going to get great soon, and then nope. BOMB! I’m going to read book 2 just because I did sign up for the ARC, and I seriously hope that the second book far surpasses the first book. I will go into it with an open mind and hope for the best.

Thanks for letting me read and review this, but seriously you probably shouldn’t have.

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The Revalation (The guardians part 2)

By Jennifer Raygoza

I was given this book from lovers of paranormal LOP for an honest review. Please note these are my opinions and do not reflect the author in anyway.

This book got a bump up from the last one to 2 stars, for the sheer fact that it went by fast. I don’t know if it was my tablet messing up or what, but every new chapter, the spelling was messed up. It really put a damper on things honestly. I think, that if you smooshed both books together, and elaborated on it a bit more, give your characters back story, this might of actually been a good book.

As it is, things were much to fast for my liking, characters are lacking and there is little to no description. And the ending, sigh. I really really hate endings like that.

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Awakening and Sacred by Samantha Long (review and purchase links)

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I received this ebook in exchange for an honest review from lovers of paranormal (linked) and the author Samantha Long (linked)

So this book started off really strange. Everyone was just kinda thrown into a setting and just right into action, there wasn’t really that much an introduction. The first 3 chapters are kind of a haze to me. The story and the characters of this book are very well written, you can tell that the author has invested a lot of time and emotion into this book, and its very much appreciated. What I didn’t like about this book though was the ending. I really hate cliffhangers like that. I don’t just walk up to the ledge and jump and not know what happens afterwards, it really bugged me. Bugged me enough that I was very happy that I had the second book already ready to go 🙂

Thank you for this opportunity!! I thoroughly enjoyed your books!

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I was given this ebook for an honest review by lovers of paranormal (linked) and the author Samantha Long (linked).

I really enjoyed this book! It started off the first chapter reviewing what happened in book one in short form WHICH I LOVE BY THE WAY, and then just gets right down and continues the story line! This book I have to say though, was a little bit confusing, my head is still kinda muddled up because of it. This book almost seemed bi-polar in the way that it was written. There would be times when she started writing what seems to be a major part of the story, only to pull away literally right away! It kinda drove me a bit nuts. The ending of this book wasn’t nearly as bad as the first one though, no I’m going to jump off of this cliff see what happens in the next book… no she actually give a teeny tiny snit bit of information on the next book before she ends it, leaving the readers to be excited for the continuation of this series.

Overall a very good read and I can’t wait to read the next one whenever its released!

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Forever Fae Read and review

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Synopsis from Goodreads

He leans down, lips parted, and then our lips connect… We didn’t know that this one kiss has FOREVER changed the Land of the Fae.

According to the Prophecy proclaimed many years ago, Princess Calista of the Summer Court is destined to change the Land of the Fae from the evil determined to destroy it. Her powers are phenomenal, and she secretly trains for battle with her handsome warrior friend, Merrick, who unbeknownst to her protects her heart as well, in hopes of keeping it for himself. At least, until the seductive Prince Ryder attends the Guardian Ceremony and instantly sends a fire burning through her veins and a connection so deep they both discover a love above anything imaginable.

No one knows how Calista is destined to change the kingdoms, but there is one that does. He not only craves Calista’s power, but her body as well, and his goal is to steal her power, make her his Dark Queen, and take over the Land of the Fae.

Will the evil succeed in claiming Calista’s soul? Or will the two men that fight for her heart save her from despair, and help her fulfill her destiny to become what she was meant to be.

***Warning: this book contains graphic language, sex, and violence. Mature readers only. Not intended for young adult readers.***

I was given this book in exchange for an honest review (Lovers of Paranormal )

First off I want to say thank you to the author for allowing me to read and review this book. I decided that I’m not going to describe the book for everyone, I think the synopsis that you have there pretty much speaks for itself, so I’m just going to jump right into the reviewing of the book.

I think the basis of this book is pretty good, it has a great plot, and a great setting and the characters are pretty good too. What I didn’t like in this book was the pace of it. There was points where I was reading and it would be bouncing EVERYWHERE. One second we would be in this place and then 2 pages later we would be somewhere else with different characters (if that makes any sense at all to you).

Overall I think it’s a very good start to the series, and I look forward to reading the rest of them! Again thank you for giving me this opportunity!

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