Month: February 2016

That’s a Wrap! February 2016

February 29, 2016 Angela Wrap Up

That's a Wrap! February

 

February 2016 was an ARC heavy month, but I managed to sneak in a couple books that have been on my To Be Read List. Luckily, the majority were 4- and 5-star reads. Here’s a wrap-up of my February reviews.

 

February Book Haul

I hit the jackpot in the bargain aisles this month, and I bought 12 books. Well, I received a signed copy of The Fall by the lovely Kate Stewart as a gift, so I didn’t actually buy that one. I only paid full price for one book though. The rest cost $4 or under. I love a good bargain!

 

February book haul

 

Bring on March!



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Review, Excerpt & Giveaway ♥ The Ground Rules Undone by Roya Carmen

Review, Excerpt & Giveaway ♥ The Ground Rules Undone by Roya Carmen

The Ground Rules Undone is the thrilling conclusion to The Rule Breakers trilogy. When we left off, Mirella was in one hell of a pickle. Told entirely from her point of view, this story focuses on the consequences of Mirella and Weston deviating from the rules. Unlike the previous books, there’s very little sex, yet the chemistry is still insane in this combustive love triangle.

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Review ♥ Lev by Belle Aurora

February 21, 2016 Angela Contemporary, Reviews, Romance
Review ♥ Lev by Belle Aurora

This was kind of meh for me. I didn’t love it; I didn’t hate it. The plot is strong, and I found the first half really intriguing. I got sucked in by Mina’s hardships and Lev becoming her guardian angel. A lot of wonderful conflicts are set up, and I was looking forward to everything coming to a boil.

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Release Blitz & Excerpt ♥ Dawn of Forever by Jewel E. Ann

February 18, 2016 Angela Release Blitz
Release Blitz & Excerpt ♥ Dawn of Forever by Jewel E. Ann

    Blurb ’til death do us part.  Aric James Monaghan promised Jillian Knight Portland. With a heavy heart and a light bag, she travels to the West Coast for the man she loved. In a blink her worlds collide, holding her hostage to a past filled with lies, deceit, and revenge.  Four Caskets Two Bodies  It all started with a boy and a girl—their tragic love story is shared through the eyes of the enemy.  Every word fades dreams and shatters memories as life slips away. Jillian needs a Knight, Jessica needs a miracle, and together they need a savior.    This conclusion to the Jack & Jill trilogy earned 5 stars from me! See my review.

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