Sunday, January 8, 2017

Short and Sweet Book Reviews # 68 - Into the Firestorm by Kat Martin, Trusting Miss Trentham by Emily Larkin, Archangel's Heart by Nalini Singh

Into the Firestorm (BOSS, Inc., #3)Into the Firestorm by Kat Martin
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I received a free copy of Into the Firestorm in return for an honest review. The is Luke Brodie's, the last of the Brodie brothers, story. He is full of contradictions and they all come into play when he meets Emma Cassidy. Emma is also full of contradictions. The two make a really great team in a book with a exciting story line. You can feel the connection when the two first meet. From there on it is an exciting ride. This is book three in the Boss trilogy and part of the fun is getting to visit again with some of the characters from the previous books. Into the Firestorm is a great finish to the series.

Trusting Miss Trentham (Baleful Godmother, #3)Trusting Miss Trentham by Emily Larkin
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I received a free copy of Trusting Miss Trentham from the author in return for an honest review. Letitia Trentham caught and held my attention from the very first scene when she hears "Clang" for every lie being told. Letitia is very wealthy and many have wanted to marry her for her money. The ability to hear lies is why she is still single. The ability to hear lies is her gift from her Baleful Godmother. When Mr Reid approaches her for help she is intrigued. He does not want her for her money. He wants her for her ability to tell truth from lies. The two start on a adventure that changes things for both. A great addition to the Baleful Godmother series. I was expecting the story to go in a slightly different direction and loved it when the author fooled me with a much better plot line.

Archangel's Heart (Guild Hunter, #9)Archangel's Heart by Nalini Singh
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Where is Lijuan, the Archangel of China? While that is the question that the plot hangs on it is not the main theme of the book. That is the fact that Elena is Raphael's heart and her past is becoming more and more important. Singh does a very good job of weaving Elena's story into every part of the plot. This is a multi-layer story with answers to some of the question while leaving other open for future books. I think it can stand alone but is much better if you have read the series from book one.

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