Wild Rider Rick Benetti has been tasked with keeping watch over a senator’s daughter Ava Vargas. She’s joined the Hellraisers, a biker gang suspected of drug smuggling. Not a hard assignment for Rick—Ava is beautiful and fun, and he’s looking forward to getting up close and personal with his charge. Ava has zero interest inContinue reading “Riding the Edge (The Wild Riders Series)”
From a rich bedroom, a murder is ordered. She had to die. Yoga instructor Ann Holloway’s sunny life is wrecked when a group of men break into her apartment and kill her sister. A rough, broody stranger snatches her from the killers’ jaw, but she has no clue about who these people were or theContinue reading “Guns For Angels * Viviana MacKade”
“Life teaches us that human thought almost never walks hand in hand with logic, and it is usually counterproductive to raise the point.” Hollywood gets more than it bargained for when television’s hottest star arrives at the Miami Police Department and develops an intense, professional interest in a camera-shy blood spatter analyst named Dexter Morgan.
For anyone who’s a fan of Lord of the Rings, it is known that the story was mostly inspired by Tolkien’s days in the war. Lord of the Rings tells a tale that the strong friendships become stronger in the face of adversity and can last a life time. That delivering important items can sometimesContinue reading “1917 or the story of Sam and Frodo retold”
Jeff Lindsay really found his ideal character in Dexter Morgan and he can write him really well – to a point where you have a continuous narrative and a character that does not stray outside of his well defined psychotic self. Dexter is filled with witty comments about everyone and everything, can make you smileContinue reading “Double Dexter (#6) Jeff Lindsay”
I must say I was really excited to pick up Dean Koontz again. I didn’t realize it was the third novel in a series following Jane Hawk, superwoman 🙂 The 4.09 Goodreads rating seemed promising, the synopsis ticked all the boxes and I turned on the audiobook on my daily commute to work.
Interesting read picked up from the charity boxes only due to the Twilight reference of the author but actually a pretty decent YA book. Other books by Stephenie Meyer: The Host
I love Dean Koontz’s books because you just never know what his rich imagination is going to come up with…but whatever it is it’s always a huge surprise. This is one of the scariest books that he’s written in all of the years I have had the pleasure of reading his works. Usually there isContinue reading “Winter Moon: A Novel – Dean Koontz – Book Review”
Went to see Dark Phoenix tonight and I have to admit, I was pretty cautious. I got burnt before with X-Men movies (Wolverine Origins sucked and X-Men 3 Phoenix Rising sucked too!)
I saw a mess of a movie last night and the trouble is – I was really looking forward to it. Having had a budget over $100 millions, I was expecting something pretty amazing but instead I got an action movie with a terrible script. And I wish the script was the only issue! TheContinue reading “Robin Hoodie – Or the story of a guy with no Merry Men”