Book Review: Paris Syndrome

Thank you hun for the book, I loved reading it 🙂

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22044490AuthorTahir Shah
Release: April 30, 2014
Series: None
Genre: Fiction
Edition: Kindle (Mobi)
Pages: 3668
Publisher: Secretum Mundi Publishing
Source: Publicist
Buyithere: Amazon

Blurb

On the morning of her fifth birthday, Miki Suzuki’s aged grandfather gave her an unusual gift – the fragment of a story. The tale told of a magical realm where all the women were beautiful, dressed in the finest gowns, and where the men had the looks of movie stars. The trees were covered in ivory-white blossom all year round, and everyone was joyful and proud. This place, young Miki learned, was a city in far off Europe – a city called Paris.

The story took seed in Miki’s mind and, over twenty years, she became quite obsessed with the French capital. Having studied its history, language, and traditions, she vowed that one day she…

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Book Review: Pit of Vipers (Sons of Kings #2)

Another review up for the Pit of Vipers by Millie Thom.
Such a wonderful book to read ❤

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Author: Millie ThomReleaseDate: December 22, 2014
Series: Sons Of Kings
Genre: Historical Fiction
Edition: Kindle
Pages: 5005 (kindle locations)
Publisher: Self-published 
Source: Author (Thanks Millie!)
Buy it here: Amazon

Blurb

In Pit of Vipers, the second book in the Sons of Kings trilogy, the lives of Alfred of Wessex and Eadwulf of Mercia continue to unfold against the ever increasing threat of Danish raids. Now back in his homeland, Eadwulf sets out on his determined quest for revenge, whilst Alfred’s leadership skills develop at the courts of his successive brothers. Before long, those skills will be put to the test . . .

Rating

5-stars

Review

Plot/Story:

I read this book just after I was done with the first one and it has the same elements of storytelling as the author puts her wonderful details in each and every scene and character in…

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Book Review: Casablanca Blues

My Book Review is up. Loved this book so much, it was a wonderful read 🙂

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Author: Tahir Shah
 Release Date: October 18, 2013
 Genre: Fiction | Romance
 Edition: Kindle (mobi)
 Pages: 4015
 Publisher: Secretum Mundi Publishing
 Source: Publisher
 Buy it here: Amazon

Blurb

Blaine Williams lives and breathes Casablanca.

He’s trapped in a make-believe world of Bogart and Bergman, smoke-filled cafés, fugitives and hit-men.

And he’s having a mid-life crisis.

Having lost his girl, his job, and his home, he flees to the one place that’s always provided comfort in times of sorrow and despair: CASABLANCA

Diving in at the deep end of Morocco’s most misunderstood city, Blaine is sucked down through the many interwoven layers until he hits its bedrock.

And it’s there that he meets Ghita, a fabulously wealthy socialite, who’s got a plan for him – one laced with intrigue and revenge.

Through an adventure paid out in twists and turns, Blaine and Ghita find themselves in a storyline straight out of…

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Book Review: Deamhan (Deamhan Chronicles #1)

My review for Deamhan is up on The Reading Bud, yey 🙂
I really liked reading Deamhan.

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Author: Isaiyan Morrison
 Release Date: Aug 12 2013
 Series: Deamhan Chronicles
 Genre: Adult | Paranormal
 Edition: Kindle
 Pages: 4195
 Publisher: Rainstorm Press
 Source: Author
 Buy it here: Amazon

Blurb

Deamhan have survived by remaining hidden in the shadows. Ramanga, Lamia, Metusba, and Lugat have been overshadowed by what humans know as the modern vampire. But what if vampires aren’t the real threat?

One woman’s search for her mother who disappeared without a trace on the streets of Minneapolis takes her into the precarious world of Deamhan, psychic vampires who rule the underground nightlife in the city’s most darkest corners.

She gains the trust of the only other human familiar with the Deamhan lifestyle. With his help she finds not only can the Deamhan not be trusted but it s her own father, president of a ruthless organization of researchers, who has diabolically maintained that distrust.

Rating

4-stars

Review

Plot/Story:

The author…

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