5 Star Review: Enrage (Eagle Elite, #8) by Rachel Van Dyken

Sunday 13 August 2017 No comments
Enrage (Eagle Elite, #8)Enrage by Rachel Van Dyken
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Well, that story well and truly ripped my heart out, stamped on it and then, just for good measure, gave it a huge kick!

I always find myself reading these books with trepidation. As much as I love them and want to keep reading them non-stop, I just know there will be a bone crushing sadness somewhere along the way, and this book was no different.

From the joyous feeling of a new love, to the complications it brings when grown inside of a Mafia family, we hope that there will be a smooth path towards a HEA, but no, RVD just had to turn our world upside down, again!

Yes, I loved this story beyond words, but I did not enjoy the pain! I cried, and I don't like crying when reading - AT ALL! Despite my unwanted tears, I will remember this story as fondly as all of the others and will chalk it down to another painful reminder of what RVD can do to readers when she writes Eagle Elite stories.

If you haven't yet started this series then you absolutely must, but be warned, it's both rewarding and painfully emotional, in equal measures.


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Review: Scored

Thursday 10 August 2017 No comments
Scored Scored by Sloane Howell
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This was quite an enjoyable sports romance, although the baseball sporting references were completely lost on me. MVP? Had to Google that!!!

This is the first book from Sloane Howell that I’ve read but found that Scored was easily read as a standalone without having read Bossed first, although it did make me want to go back to read Bossed to see how Jenny and Ethan got together.

I enjoyed to story between Kelsey and Matt but at times found their behaviour a little tiresome. I really liked Matt’s character but just couldn’t fully connect with Kelsey, for some reason.

Whilst the story was enjoyable, I did find the writing style a little choppy and chaotic at times which took away some of my enjoyment of the book but not enough to stop me from finishing it and making me want to read the prequel to this story.

This ebook was kindly provided by the author, Random House Publishing Group - Loveswept and Netgalley prior to release date in return for an honest and unbiased review.

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