Saturday, March 28, 2015

Review & Giveaway: "Monsters In The Dark" by Pepper Winters

Title: Monsters in the Dark Series Bundle
(Tears of Tess, Quintessentially Q and Twisted Together, #1-3)
Author: Pepper Winters
Genre: Dark | Erotic | Contemporary Romance
Series Bundle Release Date: March 16, 2015


From New York Times Bestseller Pepper Winters comes the highly acclaimed USA Today Bestse lling Series: Monsters in the Dark.

Included in the following edition are:


"My life was complete. Happy, content, everything neat and perfect. Then it all changed. I was sold." 

Kidnapped. Drugged. Stolen. Tess is forced into a world full of darkness and terror.


"All my life, I battled with the knowledge I was twisted... fucked up to want something so delic iously dark. But then slave fifty-eight entered my world. "

Q may be a monster, but he's Tess's monster.


"After battling through hell, I brought my esclave back from the brink of ruin. I sacrificed e verything--my heart, my mind, my very desires to bring her back to life."

Q gave everything to bring Tess back. In return, he expects nothing less.

**Not recommended if you don't enjoy dark romance, angst-filled plots, and BDSM.


This series is absolutely phenomenal. It will devastate you, enthrall you, and capture your breath. It's the type of series you savor word for word, line by line, and find yourself re-reading quotes because of their depth. As I got to the end of the last book I found myself stalling because I didn't want it to be over. Once I was done, I wanted to start the books all over again.

Don't think this is just another erotic series. This absolutely is not!!! Tess has one of the biggest transformations I have seen in a character, the only other comparison is that of Q. At the start they seem like polar opposites and by the end you see them clearly. To say they are alike doesn't do them justice. They are almost a mirror image of each other.

To me the sex took a backseat to the story. All the while the scenes were progressing it was more about the emotions they were feeling rather than the physical act itself. That's not to say that this isn't steamy. It is beyond that. It's just that there is so much going on during all of it. There's no one that writes and weaves emotions into the act like this other than this author.

I've read human trafficking books before, but this series brings the topic to a whole new level. It makes it personal, it really hit home with Sophia just how easy it all is. I simply can't say enough about how much I loved these books, how much I craved the next lines. I had so many lines I wanted to quote, but to do so ruins the emotions when you get to them. Be ready for tear worthy ones, ones that will have you gashing your teeth, and ones that have you gasping and drawing attention to yourself.

Thank you Pepper Winters for writing this series and allowing me to review it. I haven't read a series, clinging to emotions and lines like this for a long time, if ever. I have a new favorite and only hope that you will tell Suzette's story and hopefully have a happily ever with Franco.

Excerpt from Twisted Together (MITD, #3)

Desire unfurled faster and faster in my belly.

Q frowned, impossibly making him more roguish and handsome. “Tess...? How do you feel?”

How did I feel? Amazing. Lusty. Powerful. Consumed.

I stretched again, arching my back as water lapped around my body. I wanted to moan with how go od I felt. I’d never been so warm or contended or horny.

My eyes snapped to Q’s. Him. I had to have him.

“You’re so beautiful,” I murmured. Q froze, his eyes searching mine. Slowly, his lips turned up into half a smile.

I pressed my thighs together. I couldn’t stop my body from overheating and needing. I’d been cursed or charmed—some sort of potion lived inside. I had no other explanation for how mu ch I needed him.

I laughed, throwing myself headfirst into whatever spell I was trapped in. My voice fell from my mouth, tinkling and chiming like a bell. Was that truly me? I sounded magical. I sounded like a princess straight from a storybook.

Who was I? Sleeping Beauty who’d been woken by her prince?

My eyes locked onto Q’s. No. I was the one who’d fallen head over heels for a beast who spoke in foreign tongues.


A flush of heat and wetness built between my legs. I would give anything to have his tongue o n me. I wanted his head between my thighs. I wanted his fingers clawing at my hips. I wanted to be used, bruised, adored.

Q cocked his head, chuckling under his breath. “I think Franco miscalculated the dose.”

I shook my head. I didn’t understand. All I understood was his voice had the power to make me c ome. The deep tenor vibrated through my heart, sending tiny orgasms exploding in my veins.< /span>

I needed to be touched. I needed to be kissed. 

Pepper Winters is a NYT and USA Today Inter national Bestseller. She wears many roles. Some of them include writer, reader, sometimes wife . She loves dark, taboo stories that twist with your head. The more tortured the hero, the better, and she constantly thinks up ways to break and fix her characters. Oh, and sex... her books have s ex.

She loves to travel and has an amazing, fabulous hubby who puts up with her love a ffair with her book boyfriends. She's also honoured to wear the IndieReader Badge for being a Top 10 Indie Bestsellers, best BDSM series voted by the SmutClub, and recently signed a two bo ok deal with Grand Central. Her books are currently being translated into numerous languages and will be in bookstores in the near future.

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Friday, March 27, 2015

Cover Reveal: "Unraveled" Bk. 2 Tortured Soul Series by Kate Givans

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Release Date: June 15th, 2015

This is NOT a standalone. To enjoy Unraveled (Tortured Soul #2), you must first read Tortured (Tortured Soul #1)

**Please note that this book may be highly triggering as it contains violent, graphic sexual content and the abuse of minor children.**

I get that you probably hate me. I don't blame you. You'll probably hate me even more once this is all over. That's okay, too. Honestly, I hate myself. But before you make any judgments about me, you should know I never planned for things to go this way. I really do love him, and I never meant to hurt him. It's just that some things are better left unsaid. Some secrets are meant to be kept. Still, I can't help feeling like I've just made the biggest mistake of my life.
 My name is Willow Lansing.
 I'm a gypsy, a vagabond, stealer of hearts. And it feels like I'm unraveling at the seams.


It’d been nearly noon by the time we managed to get back on the road. Mya sat buckled into her safety belt at the dinette in the back, watching her new movie, the same one she’d watched at “Nana Jan’s.” Cole worked on making everyone lunch. And me? I just tried to keep my eyes and my mind focused on the road . . . but gods I hated the Midwest. All that flat land reminded me of those old black and white cartoons, the ones where you could tell they used the same handful of frames over and over, rehashing them into a seemingly endless loop. A cow here. A corn field there. A hill every thirty minutes or so. A patch of trees or a lake about every hour. Some folks say the Midwest has its own beauty, that there’s something amazing about being able to see for miles around. Whatever. I’d take the mountains or the forests, hell, even the plateaus of the desert over this . . . this . . . emptiness. It made the minutes feel like hours and the hours feel like days. We hadn’t even made it to Oklahoma City yet—less than two hours from where we’d started—and I already wanted a nap. Not that I could take one. We needed to at least make it to Texas that day. And after that . . . I didn’t know. I still hadn’t decided where we’d land next. I tried to fool myself into believing it had more to do with not wanting to make too obvious of a choice, but the ache in my chest told me differently, reminded me that my indecisiveness had everything to do with wanting to turn the rig back around and head back to Emporia. I loved that crazy, quirky college town. I missed its brick streets and funky vintage shops and restaurants. The way the weather would turn at the drop of a hat. How no one really seemed to notice me or my eccentric style, thanks to the throngs of college students constantly coming in and out of town for classes and holidays and breaks. Most of all, I missed Josh. A part of me wished he could have seen the warnings for what they really were—a way to keep that distance between us, to save him from more pain than necessary, a sacrifice of my own heart to save his. It would have made things easier on him. But the damage had been done, and all I could do was hope that I hadn’t done any irreparable damage to his kind heart or beautiful soul. Ah, who was I kidding? I’m nobody . . . nobody special, anyway. Not someone worthy of his love and affection, and certainly not worthy of his heartache. He deserved better, that’s for certain. Obvious, even. But I had underestimated just how much I needed him—the way he looked at me, the way he touched me, the way he treated me like a normal girl . . . a girl that didn’t have ghosts and secrets and demons and a fucked up past. Too bad it had all been a lie. 

   About Tortured (Tortured Soul #1)

"There are certain stories that leave you feeling empty, that touch your soul and rock you to the core in ways that are not always pretty. Tortured is one of those books, its roughness, sadness and broken characters will touch every fiber of your being." - Reading, Dreaming "Genuine, moving, and reminds us that there's hope for all of us." - Rachael Wade "A highly emotional and touching story." - My e-Literate Obsession WARNING: This book is intended for 18+ readers ONLY. Potentially triggering content and concepts in books to follow. A contemporary romantic drama about loss, healing, and love's ability to reach beyond scars and secrets, no matter how deep or hidden. More than a year after the death of his best friend, Josh is still tormented by the past. Everything changes when free-spirited Willow barges into his life. She challenges him, helps him feel something other than the overwhelming pain, sadness, and anger. There’s just one problem. Underneath that carefree spirit, Willow is elusive and secretive. Josh believes she may be fighting a few demons of her own, but the harder he tries to uncover the truth, the more she pushes him away. Can Josh get her to open up before it’s too late? Or will he discover that some secrets are better left untold?

  About Kate Givans

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Kate Givans may be a bit quirky and slightly off-key, but there's more to this contemporary romance author than her oddities and eccentricities.
Familiar with some of the more difficult aspects of life, Kate loves complicated characters. More accurately, she loves dragging hers through unimaginable pain and loss. But she isn't completely heartless. In fact, she's a tad obsessed with making sure her characters receive the happily-ever-afters that are often so elusive in real life.
When she's not writing, you'll find her curled up with a book, talking about books, drowning in coffee, herding up her five kids, watching a movie with her amazingly supportive husband, or binging on one of her favorite shows.

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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Release Day: "Step Sister Devotion" Part 3 by Eve Cates

StepSister Devotion Part Three
by Eve Cates
Series: StepSister Devotion, Part Three
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: March 25, 2015

I asked her to make a choice and deep down, I knew what it would be – our lives didn't go together, and they still don’t. She’s the head of a giant corporation and I’m a musician who spends months at a time on the road. We exist in different worlds and I can accept that because I’m not the boy I once was, I’m not the broken soul I once was either.

But the world is forever changing, and our professional worlds are merging. Suddenly, we’re keeping similar company. Suddenly, we’re back in each other’s orbit. Things have changed. I have changed. Now, I’m a man who knows what he wants. Now, I’m a man who won’t be playing any games. Now, I’m a man who’ll take what’s mine, and I won’t apologise – not to a single soul.

This is happening. I don’t care anymore. Abigail belongs with me – out in the open, in secret…up against the dressing room door…she belongs with me.

I’m taking what’s mine, and I won’t be sharing.

“I want to have our story on stage, Seb. I think back, and sometimes it feels so long ago that I can’t remember it clearly. I need it back. I need those memories to be alive and vivid.”

“And what do you think will happen when people see it? Don't you think they’ll figure out it’s about us?”

“It doesn't say they’re stepsiblings. It’s about fighting families.”

“The answer is no, Abi. They are my songs and this is Thom’s production. You don’t get a say. If you want to withdraw your funding, go for it. I’ll fucking fund it myself.”

“I don’t want to do that. I want to be a part of this.”

Her hands are back on her hips again, and her brow is creased from her exasperation. My thumb itches to smooth out the line in the centre. I drop my gaze to try and cancel out my thoughts. But all I end up doing is slowly raking my gaze down the length of her body. I feel my body stir. I’m not doing this again. I’m not going through this fight.

My gaze drifts back to her eyes and locks for a moment before I speak. “Take off your dress.”

Her perfectly plump lips part in surprise and her cheeks immediately flush. At the same time, she appears confused. “Excuse me?”

“Take off your dress. Lie it over that chair,” I command, indicating the sitting area in Andrew’s office.

“I don’t…” she starts, her flush creeping to her chest as her breasts rise and fall from her rapid breathing.

I step toward her, slowly walking around her until I’m standing against her back, whispering in her ear. Her breath catches when I begin to speak.

“I’m not doing this with you again, Abi. I’m not having you come back into my life, showing up wherever I am, only to tell me that I still can’t have you. I’m not fighting what’s between us because you’re worried about what the world might think. I don’t give a fuck about the world. I don’t give a fuck about your commitments. What I give a fuck about is what I want. And right now...” I lower my mouth to the curve of her neck and lightly brush my lips along its curve until I return to her ear. “I want you to take off this dress and hang it over the back of that chair.”

She gasps and trembles, and I reach up to undo her zip to halfway, exposing the black silk of her bra, gently running my fingers over her exposed skin. “I also care about what you want, Abi. I know you want this. You wouldn't be back in my life if it weren't to satisfy a craving. I’m going to give it to you, Abi. I’m going to bend you over that desk, and I’m going to take you while people wait for us in a conference room down the hall. And when it’s over, you can leave, or you can come back for more. It’s up to you. But I won’t fight again, Abi. I’ll be honest about what I want. Will you?”

She sucks in her breath and steps away from me, my cock strains against the zip of my jeans as my eyes see the milky white skin through her open dress. She reaches behind her and holds it in place so it won’t fall then she turns around to face me. So beautiful and flushed. I wonder if she's going to go through with this.

Haven't started StepSister Devotion yet?

Part One

Part Two

Eve Cates is a twenty-something author of contemporary erotic romance. She loves all things naughty, demanding men and difficult situations (pass the popcorn please). Her first series, StepSister Devotion, will be told in four parts, releasing via Kindle Unlimited.

Eve has loved writing ever since she picked up her first crayon and penned a note to her imaginary friend 'Pok'. Accused of being a 'dreamer' as she grew, she's taken that notion and turned her daydreams into stories to delight and satisfy her readers.

When she isn't writing, you'll find her at home with her husband, four children, and two dogs.

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Review: "Untrue Colors" by Veronica Forand

Veronica Forand
Untrue Colors
Release date: 3/10/2015

She’s on the run…
Brilliant art appraiser Alex Northrop’s ex used stolen art to fund his nefarious activities. Now he wants her dead. But it isn’t just herself she’s worried about – if he discovers who she really is, he’ll kill her family.

Professor Henry Chilton is shocked to find a beautiful stranger passed out in his bed, and even more so when she reveals a priceless painting is a forgery – the painting he’d planned to use to fund a woman’s shelter. She’s mysterious and frightened, and he is determined to discover why.
Alex's knowledge of art is undeniable—just as Henry’s attraction to her is irresistible. But in order to help him recover the real painting, Alex isn't just risking exposure...she's risking her life.                                               



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Alex is a well educated woman many would consider an heiress. She has what almost seems a telegraphic memory. This makes her able to process things like art in ways that your average person can not. When her gift attracts the attention and attentions of a dangerous man, it leads to heart break and trouble. Now she's on the run, jumping around just trying to stay alive.

Enter Henry, he's the hunky professor that just happened to get his get together crashed by Alex. He's kind hearted and helps with women in Alex's situation. When he tries to help her it brings the story to a whole new level. Suddenly Henry isn't just a professor.

This story started out slow for me. I feel like there should be more information on her past with Luc at the beginning. We get more clues as the story goes on. I started getting more interested after several chapters. It took that for me to really "get" Alex and appreciate what made her different. We don't understand everything she has gone through until toward the end of the book. Then everything starts to click.

This is a good book. If you like suspense then you'll enjoy this. The ending was good, but a bit sad. It's a read that's a little different from many books on the market right now. I can see a great book being made from Simon. To me he was the character that wanted to steal the show. I look forward to his book which is next in the series.

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He kissed the top of her head, ignoring his yearning to kiss her lips. Her body shivered as her arms circled his waist, and she hugged him close. Nothing had ever fit his body so perfectly. Nobody had ever fit his body so perfectly. She’d have a hard time getting rid of him. She needed a guardian angel, and he’d just appointed himself to the task.
She stopped again and whirled around to face him. With her hand fisted on her hip, her lips pinched together, and an expression that didn’t welcome him into her arms, the feisty woman stood her ground. Feisty looked great on her.
He lifted her chin and deepened the kiss. She tasted of chocolate, the chocolate- covered strawberries served at the end of the party. God, he was hungry for chocolate. Starved.
“Good night, Lord Henry.” Her eyes closed, but a slight smile remained on those pretty lips.
No chocolate for him tonight.


Chapter One
Alex grieved as she looked toward the Louvre for possibly the last time. She wrapped her arms across her chest and tried to steady her breath. Overhearing Luc’s plan to celebrate their four-month anniversary by murdering her had set off her own plan of running as far away from him as possible—not an effective plan, considering the monster sat within six inches of her in a car on the way to her death.
What began as a fairy-tale romance had morphed into a traumatic descent into hell. A glamorous job, a handsome client, a little romance, a perfect life, until she uncovered his deception. Luc was a crook.
And I was the gullible appraiser used to dupe art collectors and even small countries out of their valuable assets. What an idiot I was to believe his lies.
While his main henchman, Pascal, drove them through Paris, Luc held her hand in the back of the Mercedes like they were still lovers. They appeared perfect for each other, a
rich art collector and the young art appraiser who had fallen head over heels for him. Rugged good looks combined with an enormous amount of wealth made him an ideal catch for a woman who didn’t mind being beaten into submission.
Not me. I objected to every broken bone and every bruise on my body.
Luc, dressed in a thousand-dollar suit and wearing a sophisticated five-o’clock shadow across his chiseled features, seemed headed out for a night at the theater, not on the way to eliminate his girlfriend. Alex leaned away from him. She needed to get away. His free hand caressed her arm, rubbed her shoulder, and pulled her back toward him. Moving slowly, seductively, he wrapped his fingers around her neck and started to squeeze. He stared at her, observing her reaction.
“I promise I won’t tell anyone. I swear it.” She pleaded for her life, speaking French, the only language they’d ever used with each other. As his hand tightened, she gasped and struggled for breath.
Luc drew her face closer to his. His lips pinched together, causing the muscles in his neck to tense. “Liar.”
She struggled to pull away; his grip tightened. No longer able to inhale, her eyes watered and her vision faded. With nothing left to lose, she struck out at his face. He released her, but slapped her ear so hard, her head flew into the door. The pain ricocheted through her skull, leaving her numb for a moment.
She glanced out the window and saw salvation. As Pascal slowed for a turn, she opened the door and jumped. Her Chanel suit acted as her only protection when she hit the ground and bounced onto the road. Asphalt scraped
her skin with each rotation until she slammed into the curb. Pain rebelled in ribs not yet healed from her fall down Luc’s marble stairway. Car brakes screeched nearby. In seconds, they would be on her. She hobbled to her feet, sucking in huge breaths. Bystanders pressed around her, trying to assist, but she twisted away, her hands poised to fight anything that touched her.
She merged into the manic crowd entering the Gare du Nord at rush hour. Men and women in suits, groups of schoolchildren, and what felt like hundreds of tourists slowed her escape. With her passports tucked in a travel belt under her skirt and several hundred euros in her possession, she boarded the high-speed train for London and prayed he wouldn’t follow her.

How did you come up with the idea for this story?

I’d written a womens’ fiction novel and had started writing the sequel about the heroine’s sister. When I pitched the stories to an agent, she told me to add a third sister to make the series more marketable. I had the third sister run away from home and live in Paris so I didn’t have to change the first novel. After obsessing about what this sister was doing in Paris, the romantic thriller was born. The other two sisters eventually stepped back into supporting roles.

Where do you find your inspiration? 

Every life experience gives me inspiration, from my embarrassment on prom night, the heartache of watching my boyfriend fly thousands of miles away from me, to the death of a loved one. Those emotions feed every story I write.

Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?

I have a hard time keeping small details in order, so I map out times and places and even names to keep things straight.

What are your current projects? 

I’m doing some edits on the second and third books in this series. In addition, I write a hockey series about the Atlantic City Hustlers with a friend, Susan Scott Shelley. We’ll be starting the third novella for that. I’m also writing a new series about a small town cop.

Is there a message in your novel that you want readers to grasp? 

Heroes can be Alpha and in control of their world and protective of the women they love, yet they must be able to respect the women in their lives choices, even if it goes against their own self interest.

Does music play any type of role in your writing?

I write in total silence. It’s the only way I can find the emotions and words I need for a scene. If I’m not feeling a certain emotion, however, I have certain music that can transport me into those happy, sad, or scared moments.

Are experiences based on someone you know, or events in your life?

No. My first book was based on my life, and I felt it was too intrusive. I prefer thinking up a new character for each story and placing him or her in a seemingly impossible situation.

What books have influenced your life most?

I love books that wrap me in a fictional world and have me sad to leave it at the end. Some of the most memorable books I’ve read were “Angels and Demons” by Dan Brown, “Outlander” by Diane Gabaldon, “Clan of the Cave Bear” by Jean Auel, and Karen Marie Moning’s Fever series.

Can you share a little of your current work with us?

This excerpt is from “True Deceptions” the sequel to “Untrue Colors.”

Simon turned away from Anna Marie and spit out her saliva. He wiped his tongue on his shirt and then spit again. He'd be fine, but she wouldn't be. He knelt next to the couch and brushed her hair back. Her body rocked, and he held her steady by her shoulders, whispering stupid nothings, but the horror reflected in her eyes didn't subside. Her convulsions had slowed and tears fell fast down her cheeks. She would die in the arms of a stranger who didn't know her, love her, or have the capacity to mourn for her.
How can readers discover more about you and your work?

I try to keep my website up to date with my newest releases and my appearances.

Do you have a special time to write? How is your day structured writing-wise?

After I take my children to school, I try to write for four to six hours with time for social media and marketing work. If I’m in the middle of an intense scene, I could end up working all night.

Why did you choose to write romantic suspense stories?

When I write, I try to create a book I would want to read. I love suspense, that edge of your seat feeling when you read a book. And I love happy endings, so it would be rare for me to end a book without a satisfying resolution.

What is for you the perfect book hero?

Both my heroes and heroines need to have flaws, yet they also have to live by some sort of moral code. My male heroes must respect the women around them or they aren’t hero material. Heroines need to be able to stand on their own feet as well.

When a hero and heroine join together as a couple, they should be two parts of a whole, not one person being absorbed into the life of the other.

When you start a book, do you already have the whole story in your head or is it built progressively?

I plot out my stories before I begin, so I know exactly where I’m going while I write. The characters occasionally take detours and do things I hadn’t anticipated, but they always end up where I want them to go.

When and why did you begin writing?

I’ve always jotted down the beginnings of stories, and then let the ideas fade away. During one NaNoWriMo, I committed to writing an entire novel, and I found finishing stories is a much better feeling than starting them.

When did you first consider yourself a writer?

February 2012. I joined a local chapter of Romance Writers of America and found a group of writers who took their jobs seriously and took my dreams seriously.

Will you write more about these characters?

Most of the characters in “Untrue Colors” come back throughout the series. Simon in particular is a key player in book two and three.

Veronica Forand is an attorney and an award-winning writer of romantic suspense. She's lived in Boston, London, Paris, Geneva, and Washington, DC and currently resides near Philadelphia. An avid traveler, she loves to roam across continents with her husband and kids in pursuit of skiing, scuba diving, and finding the perfect piece of chocolate.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Review: "Unforgettable" by Sophie Davis

Book Description

March 3, 2015

When Talia and Erik leave Washington after UNITED's attack on TOXIC, they have no idea that the war has just begun. The Talented are about to lose their citizenry, their status, their entire lives. 
With the Creation drug wreaking havoc on Erik, the couple relocates to Eden - an island community of Talented refugees from around the globe. Though it's supposed to be paradise for the residents, where they can live without fear or containment, Eden turns out to be anything but. 
Before the duo strikes out to save their brethren, they must first help an old ally who's proven to be an enemy in the past. But what consequences will they face for doing so? And what will happen when a ghost materializes with an ulterior agenda? 
New alliances will form. Truths will be revealed. And the lives of all of the Talented will be forever changed. 
It's go time.


This book fills in the blanks after Erik is rescued and Talia joins UNITED up to the rescue of Kenley. This book shows how Erik is adapting and how his relationship with Talia has evolved. This gives us the complete picture of what all has happened. It will even make you like Brand just a little.

Enemies become tolerable and people appear that shouldn't. If you think trust is coming to easy, it probably is and shouldn't be trusted. This book has many spins to it and a whole ton of developments. Sometimes pushing to far is just that, too far. Other times it seems like a setup.

I like that this book has Talia and Erik coming closer together. There seems to be a whole new level of intimacy here and I don't just mean physical. There's a rawness that I didn't feel as much as did with this part of the story. They are suddenly more human to me and less super hero like.

I will warn you though, by the end of the book I was fuming. Now I have to know what happens next. The story never ends and doesn't slow down at all. I was worried this would start to wind up the series. I don't see that happening for a while though.  I don't want to ruin this book for anyone, but it got me from left field. This is an absolute read for the series!

"Sophie Davis" is the pseudonym for two best friends, roommates, and now writing partners. The pair met at Penn State's Dickinson School of Law in 2005 and instantly bonded over their love of great books and bad horror movies. After they graduated, when one longed for the ability to read minds so she wouldn't have to study for the bar exam, a Saga was born. When the Talented Saga went on to be an internationally bestselling series, the girls decided to throw caution to the wind and follow their shared life-long dream of being writers.

The duo currently lives in Washington, D.C. with a poodle and a rescued mutt. The pups are their faithful companions--with frequent social media appearances--as the girls navigate the world of Indie Publishing.
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