Tuesday, February 25, 2014

White Hot Kiss (Dark Elements #1) by Jennifer Armentrout

One kiss could be the last.
Seventeen-year-old Layla just wants to be normal. But with a kiss that kills anything with a soul, she's anything but normal. Half demon, half gargoyle, Layla has abilities no one else possesses.
Raised among the Wardens—a race of gargoyles tasked with hunting demons and keeping humanity safe—Layla tries to fit in, but that means hiding her own dark side from those she loves the most. Especially Zayne, the swoon-worthy, incredibly gorgeous and completely off-limits Warden she's crushed on since forever.
Then she meets Roth—a tattooed, sinfully hot demon who claims to know all her secrets. Layla knows she should stay away, but she's not sure she wants to—especially when that whole no-kissing thing isn't an issue, considering Roth has no soul.
But when Layla discovers she's the reason for the violent demon uprising, trusting Roth could not only ruin her chances with Zayne…it could brand her a traitor to her family. Worse yet, it could become a one-way ticket to the end of the world.

Teaser 1:
I searched for a normal question to ask as I munched on my sandwich. “How old are you?”
Roth’s gaze flicked up from where he was strategically breaking his muffin into several bite-sized pieces. “You wouldn’t believe me if I told you.”
“Probably not.” I grinned. “But try me.”
He popped a chunk of muffin in his mouth, chewing slowly. “Eighteen.”
“Eighteen...what?” I finished off my sandwich while he stared back, brows raised. “Wait. Are you trying to tell me you’re only eighteen years old?”
My mouth gaped. “You mean eighteen in dog years, right?”
Roth laughed. “No. I mean eighteen as in I was born eighteen years ago. I’m a baby demon, basically.”
“A baby demon,” I repeated slowly. When I thought about babies, the image of something soft and cuddly came to mind. Nothing about Roth was babyish. “You’re being serious.”
He nodded, brushing the crumbs off his hands. “You look so shocked.”
“I don’t understand.” I picked up one of the cookies.
“Well, technically, we’re not really alive. I don’t have a soul.”
I frowned. “Were you hatched from brimstone or something?”
Roth threw his head back, laughing. “No. I was conceived just like you, but our growth is vastly different.”

Teaser 2:
He smirked. “I think it’s a brilliant idea.”
Disentangling myself, I sat up and straightened my shirt. A split second later, Roth’s hand was curved around my cheek. I hadn’t even seen him move. “You’re beautiful like this—your cheeks flushed and eyes wide.”
My heart did a dumb little dance. “Sweet-talking me into a meet and greet with Zayne isn’t going to work.”
He dropped his hand and pulled back. “Damn. I need a new plan.”
I pushed off the bed and backed up. “We really do need to head back.”
Roth gave a deep, heaving sigh and then stood, stretching his arms above his head. His pants hung low, revealing more of the dragon’s tail and the finger-width indentations beside his hips.
He caught me staring. “See something you like?”
I shot him a bland look, and then we, well, we stared at each other awkwardly. Everything had changed between us, even though I couldn’t pinpoint the exact moment when or be sure what it really meant. But later on, when I was pretending to come out of school and was heading toward Zayne’s Impala, I realized two things.
The weird spasming in my chest that happened whenever I thought of Roth was probably not going to go away anytime soon. And the whole reason for going to Roth’s loft had been lost to me the moment his lips had so carefully touched mine. If we continued this way, we were so screwed.

Sunday, February 23, 2014

The Sweetest Game (The Perfect Game #3) by J. Sterling

I really enjoyed this final book in the series. It was my favorite out of all three. It was a great ending to a great love story. Cassie and Jack had been through a lot and it was nice to finally see them happy and together without any real big problems. Their love story is one of my favorites. I waited for this book forever. It was a fast read and I only read it so I could know what had to Cassie and Jack. I love the secondary characters and I am glad they made an appearance.

I especially loved how at the end the author fast forward their lives after the final chapter and you got a glimpse at what they were up to. Jack and Cassie really grew up and were different characters in a way compared to the first book. The had been through a lot and were still always there for each other. The only thing that bothered me a little was when Jack was injured and was out of baseball for a couple of weeks was the way he treated Cassie. I know baseball was his life but Cassie was suppose to be his life too and he was treating her horrible.

I didn't like Jack or Cassie in the first book. Jack pissed me off cause he cheated and Cassie seemed a little whiny but they had a huge turn around in this book. I fell in love with them.  I am also so glad that Dean and Melissa finally got together. I didn't think it was ever going to happen. Thank god it happen.

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

March Book Releases

March 3, 2014  

March 11, 2014
March 18, 2014

March 25, 2014
March 31, 2014

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Fierce (Storm MC #2) by Nina Levine

She’s everything he’s never wanted. He’s everything she’s never known.
Scott Cole is a force to be reckoned with. As Vice President of the Storm Motorcycle Club he carries out his duties with a ruthless determination. He moves through life with a clear agenda - protect his club and his family at all costs.
He is intense.
He is loyal.

He is fierce.
He doesn’t give his love easily, but when he does, he loves fiercely. Settling down, however, has never been part of his plan. 

Harlow James is a country girl who has never met a biker in her life. She is also done with men. In her experience all they ever do is lie, cheat or steal. When she meets Scott Cole she knows he is heartbreak on legs. 
He is confident.
He is sexy.
He is bossy.
She knows she must fight her growing attraction to this complex man in order to guard her heart. When his world crashes into hers and danger comes calling, Scott’s fierce desire to protect kicks in and Harlow realises that she might just have found a man worth taking a risk on.

 “Yeah, he’s an asshole for sure, but you didn’t have to get your dick out and wave it around like freaking King Shit, threatening him and all. I could have handled him by myself.”  She jabbed her finger at my chest again and this time I stopped her and grabbed her hand. We were already close, but I tilted my head so our foreheads almost touched; our breath mingling. She smelt of bourbon mixed with some other smell that hit me right in the dick. Christ. “Babe, I’ll get my dick out and wave it around like fucking King Shit anytime I fucking want. And I’ll especially get it out whenever someone talks to you the way that dickhead did. You didn’t deserve that shit. So, don’t come in here poking your finger at me and yelling at me for something that needed to be done.”
Her eyebrows shot up and she sucked in a breath. Her lips parted and I could hear her short, choppy breaths as they quickened. I kept my eyes focused on hers, and we stayed locked like that for a moment, just watching each other, taking everything in. My senses were assaulted by her; all I could see, smell and hear was her. And fuck if I didn’t want a taste as well.

Thursday, February 13, 2014


This past week I have read Forever With You by Laurelin Paige, The Sweetest Game by J. Sterling, and Because of You by Tara Sivec. I will probably write a review for some of those books, maybe. A couple of them aren't really worth writing a review.

I am currently reading Beauty From Love by Georgia Cates.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Jay Crownover Newest Book Gets A Cover!!!!

Jay Crownover's new book Nash (Marked Men #4) gets a cover. I am so excited. Now only if we could get a synopsis, it would be wonderful. Oh if April could hurry get here, that would be nice to. I hope this book lives up to all the other ones before it. The cover makes it seem like it could be really good. I wonder where they find these hot guys to pose for the covers. Jay Crownover's books really do have some sexy men on the covers.

Every Second With You (No Regrets #2) by Lauren Blakely

Every Second With You = Sex. Love. Addiction. Heartache. Pain. And Hope.
In the sequel to the bestselling THE THRILL OF IT, Harley and Trey face new challenges that will make battling blackmail, sex addiction, and a virgin call girl past look easy…
I used to think love was a lie. Now I know it’s real, powerful, and I don’t want to lose it…But my future scares me, and there’s no way this can be happening, especially since I’ve finally broken free from all the people who wanted pieces of me. I don’t even know how to start over, but I have to find a way. So when I discover what my mother’s been keeping from me, it doesn’t make me hate her. It gives me hope for a new life, outside of New York. But the ties that bind me to this city are so strong, sometimes they are chains. If only I could leave with…
I will do anything for her. She owns me, heart, mind and body. But when Harley tells me this, I am rocked to the core, and terrified of what happens next. Especially when this time it’s not her past that chases me, it’s someone from my own. And that someone is messing with my head when I’m trying to be strong for Harley. But all I really want is to escape with the girl I love…For the rest of our lives.
How can you move forward when the past keeps chasing you?

“Let’s go inside,” I say, and a minute later we’re in my apartment and the door is shutting.
“So, how was your day? Did you see your parents?” she asks. She’s in a chatty mood again.
I shake my head. “I don’t want to talk. I just want you.” I fall into her again, the press of her body some kind of balm for my fearful heart. Because it’s working. It’s fucking working. The feel of her is an anesthetic. “I love you,” I murmur in her ear, as much to remind myself as to get her in the state I need her in. Because I want her blissed out, drunk from sex, too. We can get wasted together. “I love you so fucking much,” I say, and she moans softly from the words. I know her, I know this girl.She loves hearing it, she can’t get enough of it, and it turns her on to no end.
“I love you too,” she says, roping her arms around my neck, and her voice is so honest, so pure, that it nearly jolts me from the haze that’s coating my brain. But my body is taking over, and I want her, I want to fuck her, I want her to take me away from me. I want to escape in sex.
I pull apart, grab her hand and lead her to the tiny alcove of the kitchen. She raises an eyebrow. “Are we going to do it on the counter?”
I love the idea. I want to someday. But not today, because I’d have to look at her.
And I don’t want connection. I want contact.
Against the counter. You against the counter,” I whisper roughly in her ear, then lick my way from her earlobe down to the hollow of her throat, kissing her there where it makes her gasp and arch her back even while she’s standing.
“Okay,” she says and she sounds the tiniest bit nervous.

Are you asking me to move in to save money?”
I shake my head and laugh. “Seriously?”
She shrugs, but her cheeks start to flush, and she knows she asked a silly question.
“I’m asking you to move in with me because I’m ridiculously in love with you. And for the record, I was going to ask you before you told me you were pregnant. This is something I want for us.”
“Really? You were going to ask before?” Her lips start to curve up.
“Yes.” I trace her top lip, mapping the beginning of her smile with my fingertip. “So is that a yes?” This time I’m not going to freak out. I’m not going to shut down. I’m going to face up to the future like a man, and I’m going to be the man she needs.
She nods happily. “Yes. You are always a yes. End of the year let’s move in together.”
Then she kisses me, sealing our deal, and doing that thing she does to me with the slightest touch.
Turn me on.
She turns me on, always. Constantly. I groan as she nips my lips lightly, and then kisses me in a thoroughly sweet but intensely seductive way. She breaks the kiss to whisper in my ear. “You taste like a yummy sandwich.”
I laugh. “So do you.”
“I want more.”
“More sandwich or more me?”

Song Of The Fireflies by J.A. Redmerski

“Fuck no,” he said and laughed. “And that car in the parking lot wasn’t mine, either.” He barely looked away from me long enough to say to Bray, “You too. Whatever you have put it on the dashboard.”
I thought about using that split second he looked away from me to grab for the gun, but I couldn’t risk it. It likely would’ve gone off and killed her right there next to me.
There was no saliva left in my mouth. My whole body was stiff and sweating. Aside from getting that gun away from Bray’s head, all I could think about was beating the fuck out of this guy. All I could see was red. I wanted so badly for him to slip up and give me the opportunity to take him down and cave his face in with my fists.
“Now get out,” he demanded, looking right at me.
My heart dropped into my feet then. Was he going to take off in the car with her in it?
“Take the fucking car,” I said, raising my hands up in front of me. “Just let her out.” 
“Get. The. Fuck. Out.” He moved the gun to the back of my head now.
I only felt slightly better about that. At least it wasn’t on Bray anymore.
I placed my hand on the door handle carefully, popped it open and stepped out, keeping my hands raised up, my fingers level with the top of my head.
From my peripheral vision, I noticed another set of bright headlights coming toward us off in the distance. My eyes darted to and from it, then to Bray, still sitting in the front seat. Cars sped by on the other side of the freeway, but it was too dark for anyone in them to see what was going on.

He still had me, after all.
By Friday night, we were debating whether to go to the river or not, because Mitchell would almost definitely be there.
“I say we go, Elias. Don’t let him ruin our good time.”
Elias kissed me on the forehead and squeezed me around the waist as I sat straddled on his lap.
“OK. We’ll go. Just stay away from him, all right?”
I draped my arms around his neck and then kissed his lips. “I’ll be too busy with you to worry about him,” I said suggestively.
Elias smiled and squeezed my butt in his hands. “How did we get like this?” he asked, studying my face and my lips.
“It was inevitable,” I said in a quiet voice. My fingers touched the contours of his cheekbones and probed him as if he were a beautiful¸ delicate statue. He hadn’t shaved in a while, but I found the growing stubble sexy on him.
“Do you remember our first kiss?” he asked, smiling at me.
“Of course I do,” I said. “The first night we met.”
He shook his head and his hands slid up my back.
“No, I mean the first real kiss.”
I swallowed hard. On the inside I was screaming as another memory infected my thoughts in that moment, but on the outside, I looked as blissful as he did.
“Yes. I remember,” I said distantly.

Monday, February 10, 2014

Be With Me (Wait For You #2) by Jennifer Armentrout

I was very excited for Be With Me and it didn't disappoint at all. I loved Jase and Theresa together and their love story. Jase is one of my favorites since Cam in Wait For You. Be With Me was funny, heart warming and a little sad all in one. I read the book in a couple of hours. I couldn't put it down. I had to know what happen. I really loved this book. Jennifer Armentrout knows how to write a great book boyfriend. Jase and Cam make girls have high expectations of boys. It's sad to think most guys in real life aren't anything like Jase or Cam. :(

Jase has a past that has screwed him up. He thinks he is not capable of loving someone. Theresa walks in and changes all that. He wants her but he is scared of loving her. She is his best friend's younger sister. He kissed her a year ago and has regretted it ever since. He thinks it was a mistake and shouldn't of happen. He thinks Theresa won't understand him or his life. He can't let Theresa get close to him. He doesn't want for her to get hurt. Something ends up happening to her and he realized he wants her forever. She is his. Jase is a gentle-man. He doesn't try to make Theresa jealous or anything. He is sweet to her but confusing at times.

Theresa was a dancer and an accident happen that changed that for her. She decides to go to college with her brother until her leg heals. She keeps running into Jase and she can't stop thinking about the one kiss he gave her. She doesn't regret it at all and wants more. They decide to give into the attraction but then Jase regrets it afterwards. It hurts Theresa. She decides the best thing to do is to get over him. Theresa ends up getting hurt a couple of times in this book. I don't want it is about girls always being in the wrong place at the wrong time and getting hurt. However, I know Theresa was braver than I would have been after everything she went through.

There is a lot that happens in this book that made it great. Cam and Avery show up a time or two. There are little jokes, banters, bickering and turtles. Suicide/Murder. A crazy boy that like hitting girls. I loved how Jase takes care of Theresa even though he can't love her. He still tries to protect her. There is a little sneaking around so Cam doesn't find out about them.

The book did do a little foreshadowing. I kind of figured out early on that Jack was going to be Jase's kid. I didn't know how the author was going to make that happen but I like how she ended up doing it. I liked how the author doesn't do the jealously thing or the love triangle thing. Some books and authors over use those things. 

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Take A Chance (Chances #1) by Abbi Glines

Take A Chance is a spinoff from the Too Far series by Abbi Glines. 

I loved Grant in the Too Far series. He was one of my favorite characters in the book. He was different and didn't act like the other boys in the books. I was so excited when I learned he was going to get his own book and love story. However, I was let down big time. I had high expectations and I shouldn't of.

Harlow and Grant met in the third book in the Too Far series when Rush and Blair were getting married. I was glad Grant was finally getting away from Nan. She annoys me and doesn't deserve someone like Grant. Harlow is sweet, insecure and constantly needs Grant to remind her that he wants her.. Harlow is Nan's half sister and Nan hates Harlow and Harlow hates Nan. Harlow has always had their dad's love and Nan doesn't like that. Harlow just thinks Nan is a bitch.

The book starts off with some past encounters between Harlow and Grant. Grant tells Harlow him and Nan are over. He wants her and blah, blah, blah. Grant leaves Harlow after a steamy night together. Then, its present day and Harlow is living in Rosemary with Nan. Their dad bought the house for Nan and told her she had to share it with Harlow while he's was on tour. Harlow doesn't want to stay there. She would rather be in LA. 

On Harlow's first day there, she runs into Grant as he is coming out of Nan's room. Harlow is hurt and confused. Grant spends a couple of chapters trying to get Harlow to talk to him and forgive him. Harlow finally does. They have some steamy sex and talk. Grant tells her he wants her and only her. He was scared before of loving her but not anymore. He is done running from her. 

Also, Harlow finds out her dad lied to her. Her mom is really alive and didn't die in a car accident. She was in a coma and now has no memory of anything. She also has a brother, Mase, that seems sexy and maybe should have his own book. I would love to get into his head. Nan is still a mean bitch. She needs to find a guy that can handle her. As much as I hate Nan, I would love for her to have her own story and to see why she is like she is. Bethy is still dealing with Jace's death. Blair and Rush make a couple of appearances too with baby Nate. Dean, Rush's father and Slacker Demon rock god makes an appearance. I got to see him in a different light in this book too.

However, now that I got to read about Grant and get into his head, I can honesty say I don't like him that much anymore. He seemed so different in the other books. He seemed sweet, caring, good-hearted and gentleman type of person but this book made him seem whorish, soul-less, confusing, an asshole and someone I wouldn't want to be with or deal with him. He wants Harlow to forgive him but he goes to a bar, picks up 2 girls and takes them back to his house. Nan and him being together makes more sense than Harlow and him. I just didn't like him in this book at all. Maybe in his next book he will be the Grant that I fell in love with in Too Far. Harlow was also very annoying in this book. She knows Grant has a past but gets mad at him every time brings up his past. She was very insecure and it made it seem like she was really young and not almost 20.

Thursday, February 6, 2014

The Boy Who Sneaks In My Bedroom Window by Kirsty Moseley

I know this book is a couple of years old and has been out for a while. However, I was looking at reviews for books that I was interested in reading and this book popped up as a book I should read. I don't know why, it's a horrible book. So I had to give my opinion on it.

I read part of this book when it first came out and it's horrible. It shouldn't even be considered a book. I normally have to finish a book when I start it but I couldn't do it with this one. It makes no sense and the main character flip flops a lot in the book. I don't even know how the book got published and so many people have read it.

My friend is the one that told me about the book first. She said she hated it but I wanted to give it the benefit of doubt. I don't like judging books on other people's opinion. I should of listened to my friend. She was right about everything. I don't know who would like this book. I think if someone that is better at writing, rewrote this book, it might be pretty good. It seemed like the author didn't know what she was doing. She didn't know how she wanted the character to act or really do. It does have a good plot. A boy who sneaks into a girls room. There could be a really good story there if someone with more writing experience wrote it.

I think what bothered me the most was the main girl, Amber. She said she didn't like being touched but she let her brother's best friend touch her, lay next to her and grab her butt every chance he gets. She said she wasn't ready for sex but she kept flaunting her body, teasing Liam and flirts with everybody she meets. Supposedly she was rape or molested, I don't really know but she doesn't act like a victim. She seems like she is a girl that would rather mess with a boy's head more than anything.

The main boy, Liam, that Amber is in love with is pretty shade character himself. He says he wants her but then flirts and hangs out with other girls. I also don't see how his parents never noticed he isn't in his room at night. And how could no one at Amber's house not noticed he was sleeping there. If Amber was really sexually abused wouldn't someone keep a better eye on her room and what goes on in there.

The romance was crappy and unrealistic. The characters sucked. And the write was horrible. This book is one of the worse books I have ever came across.

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Everlasting Sin by J.S. Cooper

I was looking for a new book to read and I came across this. Omg. It seems like something I would read and I so can't wait for it to come out. February 24 needs to hurry up. I can't wait to get my hands on this one. I hope it doesn't disappoint. A lot of books I want to read really bad tend to suck once I read them. I have high hopes for this one.

Everlasting Sin

Hudson Blake
Tattooed. Hot. My best friend's brother. Off-limits, except for that one night.

That One Night
Cannot be spoken of. Cannot be thought of. Cannot allow myself to daydream.

That I’m going to become someone. That he can see me as someone.

To love. To forget. To believe. To taste. 

To make me forget my everlasting sin once and for all.

Seventeen Years Ago
When I was 4

When I was in Kindergarten, there was a boy who used to pinch me on the bus and everyday I would go home crying. He was older than me by at least four years and he had a snotty nose and dirty hands. I hated him with as much muster as a four year old could hate a boy. And one day, in my bravest voice I told my mom that I no longer wanted to go to school on the bus because of this horrible little boy. The day after I told her, my mom found out the boys name from the bus driver and took me to his house so that she could speak to his mom. That was one of the most terrifying experiences of my life. I sat there on the couch in the living room waiting in fear. I was so scared that the boy was going to come in and pinch me again. But he didn’t. Instead my mom brought him over to me and he apologized, with a big dopey grin. A grin that told me that he didn’t think he had really done anything wrong. My mom told me that he was going to look after me on the bus and at school and make sure that no one ever hurt me. He was going to be my very own protector. He called himself Batman, I called him Dopey and his parents called him Hudson, Hudson Blake. From that day on, he never pinched me on the bus again. But I can’t say that I’ve never cried because of him again.

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Staking His Claim (Line of Duty #5) by Tessa Bailey

Released February 3, 2014.

He wants her. All of her.

NYPD sniper Matt Donovan is in Hell. Instead of driving his best friend’s little sister home from college, he’s stuck with her roommate—a fresh-faced ray-of-sunshine with a body that makes grown men weep. There’s no way he’ll allow himself to taint the little vixen, no matter how hard she tries to tempt him, so he resigns himself to the longest—and hardest—drive of his life.

Matt’s obvious attraction suits grad student Lucy Mason just fine. She had no idea her brother’s best friend was so deliciously hot. Knowing he’d never have his wicked way with his buddy’s sister, she lies about her identity and seduces him. But Matt’s no fumbling college boy. His desires run deep—and dark—and he wants to teach Lucy what wicked really means.

Matt’s demanding appetites only make Lucy want more. But when her cover's blown, he’s furious—even as his hunger for her becomes insatiable. Matt can’t trust anyone, least of all himself. And he knows all too well that darkness always destroys the light…

Monday, February 3, 2014

Be With Me (Wait For You #2) by Jennifer Armentrout

Release February 4, 2014. 

Teresa Hamilton is having a rough year—she’s in love with her big brother’s best friend, but he hasn’t spoken to her since they shared a truly amazing, mind-blowing, change-your-life kiss. She got out of a terrible relationship. And now an injury is threatening to end her dance career for good. It’s time for Plan B – college. And maybe a chance to convince Jase that what they have together is real.

Jase Winstead has a huge secret that he’s not telling anyone. Especially not his best friend’s incredibly beautiful sister. Even though he and Teresa shared the hottest kiss of his life, he knows that his responsibilities must take priority. He certainly doesn’t have time for a relationship. But it doesn’t help that all he can think about kissing the one girl who could ruin everything for him.

As they’re thrown together more and more, Jase and Tess can’t keep denying their feelings for each other. But a familiar danger looms and tragedy strikes. As the campus recovers, the star-crossed couple must decide what they’re willing to risk to be together, and what they’re willing to lose if they’re not.

He closed his eyes and a deep sound came from the back of his throat. “God, Tess…”
I swallowed hard and then tilted my head, lining up our mouths. “Jase?”
There was a moment of hesitation and then he kissed me softly, a gently sweep of his lips over mine. A barely there touch that somehow effected me more than any of the other kisses. “I know you’ve been drinking. I don’t want that hanging between us.”
“We’ll talk more later. Okay? Right now, let me just get your not-drunk-but-slightly-tipsy cute ass upstairs.”
“You think my ass is cute?”
He pulled away, laughing. “Baby, your ass is like my own personal holy ground.”

Sunday, February 2, 2014

Reaper's Legacy by Joanna Wylde

So, I read Reaper's Legacy again and there are some unanswered questions that started to really bother me. I know if the author was to answer them in the book, it might seem pointless or drag the story on but I kind of want to know.

Unanswered Questions:
  1. What happen to her neighbor Miranda from Seattle? Did they let her go? I know they said they would before the Devil Jacks came to get her bf but how did they let her go and her not run to cops before they left town?
  2. How could Em stay behind in Idaho with the Reapers but her younger sister was away at college? Did she not want to go to college or was Pic too overprotective of her?
  3. Did Sophie ever talk to Maggs about the whole show Buck your boobs thing that happen at the party? She said she was but it never said if she did. I want to know what happen with their conversation.
  4. Did Ruger ever talk to Maggs about the Buck/boob incident? He said he wanted to have a word with her too.
  5. Did Sophie ever find out what Horse meant by Marie was worth every penny he paid for her? Ruger never told her, he just said a little discretion would be nice. No explanation. Nothing.
  6. Why didn't Hunter go back to the cabin where he was holding Sophie and Em? He went to meet Ruger and Pic but by the time they got to the cabin, he still hadn't shown up. I doubt he would just leave the girls and one of his brothers there.
  7. What happen to Skid after the kidnapping? The Reapers were going to dump him somewhere alive instead of killing him so it wouldn't start something with the Devil Jacks. 
  8. What did Em say in Pic's ear at the cabin after they were found?
  9. Why was Em acting shady with the whole kidnapping thing? I don't know if it was just me but it seemed like she was in on it or knew about it. Something wasn't right with it.
  10. How did Zach find Sophie? He had to know where she was before. Ruger still talked to her and he at one point paid child support. So he should have been able to find her pretty easily but he waited until she was back in Idaho to contact her. 
  11. Why did it take Sophie 4 years to tell Ruger what really happen between her and Zach? Couldn't she have told him at some point before she did?
  12. How could she be okay to have sex on the roof of a building which is out in the open and anybody could see but not be okay with sex in a shed which is more private?
  13. Did Sophie's parent ever want to see Noah?
  14. What happen to Zach's parents? I know his stepmom passed away but he had to have other parents. Why didn't they want anything to do with Noah.
I know these aren't that important of questions but I was just wondering about them. I might have more but these were the only ones I could think of right now.

More Books Coming In February..

 Out February 25, 2014
 Out February 28, 2014

Out February 10, 2014