Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Short and Sweet Book Reviews # 113 - Moonshadow by Thea Harrison, Blue Hollow Falls by Donna Kauffman, Branded as Trouble by Delores Fossen

Moonshadow (Moonshadow, #1)Moonshadow by Thea Harrison
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I purchased this when it first came out and somehow it ended up near the bottom of my TBR pile. I pulled it out when I saw that the next book in the series would be out next month. I loved the book. When Nikolas encounters Sophie, (the two main characters in the book), just just know sparks are going to fly and they do. That is just part of the plot line. Sophie has a unique ability that Nikolas wants to use to help his people return home after hundreds of years but a unexpected source is working to stop him. A really great start to a new series set in the Elder Races world. This does come to a nice conclusion but it also sets up new backstory and world building. I am so ready for the next book to arrive.

Blue Hollow Falls (Blue Hollow Falls #1)Blue Hollow Falls by Donna Kauffman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

In just one day life changes for Sunny (who has three middle names) Goodwin. She goes from having no family to having a new half-sister. I loved the setting. The Blue Ridge mountains in Virginia are full of great views and Kauffman puts them to great use. This is a story about choices and what makes a family. Sunny lives near DC. Her new family and her new love interest live in Blue Hollow Falls, three hours away. There does not seem to be a way for things to work out but never give up is also a big part of the story. There are two great main characters and several interesting side characters who look to have great potential for their own HEA in future books. This one is a keeper on the favorites shelf.

I received a free copy of Blue Hollow Falls in return for an honest review.

Branded as Trouble (Wrangler's Creek, #3)Branded as Trouble by Delores Fossen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Roman Granger, the Granger's bad boy, has finally met his match in Mila Banchini who has had a crush on Roman since their high school days. My favorite scene in the book was between Roman and his 13 year old son, Tate. Tate asked just the right question of Roman who avoids relationship like they are a plague. Roman says he is bad at relationships and Tate asked him how he knows. Just the right question at the right time. The other Granger's make a appearance in the story and at least one other gets an HEA. This had some really great laugh out loud moments while also dealing with some of the very serious issues facing teens today. A very nice addition to the Wrangler Creek series.

I received a free copy of the book in return for an honest review.

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