In Safe Hands (Search and Rescue, #4)

In Safe Hands
In Safe Hands by Katie Ruggle

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I would like to thank Sourcebooks Casablanca and NetGalley for a chance to read this book.

*Doing happy dance*

I love the series! I am not sure if this is the end but it is, I will definitely miss the guys.
The book was such a nice ending. Everything finally made sense. But what about the cost?
The revelation was so shocking, that it made me second guess myself. I thought it was all about drugs, but it wasn’t. And I was actually looking forward for that person to have his own HEA. Too bad . . .

The previous characters form book one to the last one was really something. I laugh at the most inappropriate time and I had to stop myself because they were so wonderfully hilarious. Each of them had their own hell, but they proved to be strong. Like the men in their lives.

I love Chris. He was something else. There are just no words to describe him. If Ian is sweet and George is a gentle giant, Cal would be caring, but Chris, he has at least one character from the other guys, well, except Cal, but the alpha air is there. And watching them together or reading them together is the highlight of the book!

It was such a superb book at I am running out of words to use. Other than, I am currently still feeling under the weather as I write this is, must be something.

If this is the last book, I am happy that the mystery is finally solved and the dots ~ not to mention the infamous whiteboard ~ is now clean. However, if it is not, I look forward to the next book in the series. And Lou’s white board.

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Maid for a Prince (Point St. Claire #1)

Maid for a Prince




Maid for a Prince by Robyn Grady

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a very simple and sweet book. It was not my usually book, and yet I find myself smiling at odd parts of the book.

The romance between the prince and a commoner is a very common plot in a love story. However, the twist and the story behind the story made it interesting. I like how it was written. How an action from a rebellion a long time ago led to the discovery of things.

It sounds complicated, but as you read the end of the story, the truth was there. It was not sated, but more likely implied . . .

There is not much for me to say when it comes to this book. Its simplicity made it interesting, and for me that is it.

4.5 stars because of the story in the story.

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Grayslake: More than Mated: Bear Up

Grayslake: More than Mated: Bear Up
Grayslake: More than Mated: Bear Up by Mina Carter

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Once again, Ms. Carter was able to create a very short but fulfilling book. Though it was just an eight chapter book, I felt very satisfied with it.

I love the transition of the scenes and the action. I was reading the action part at the office, while waiting for my next class and I had to stop because it was becoming too intense for me. But with the love story? It was sooo sweet.

I don’t have much for words, when it comes to her. The simplicity is there. I do not wish for it to be longer for the effect will be lost. I gave this 4.5 stars.

~I feel sick as i write this review. I hope that you will pardon the shortness of it.

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Gone Too Deep (Search and Rescue #3)

Gone Too Deep
Gone Too Deep by Katie Ruggle

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I would like to thank NetGalley for making it possible to read this book. And also, for SOURCEBOOKS Casablanca for permitting me read this book.

This was actually the 3rd book of the Search and Rescue series. And Ms. Ruggle did a wonderful job with this book.

The characters are interacting with one another. And most of all, George, who did not like taking to other people had a reason why he was like that. The way his story was written was really good. I like how Ellie talked her way though George’s heart.

The over all plot is there. From the 1st book up to the 3rd. The clues are slowly being revealed. And the end of this book, it was nice that my suspicion was confirmed. It would be really nice to know how, from this point the story will proceed.

I look forward in reading the next book in the series.

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Taming the Highlander

Taming the Highlander

Taming the Highlander by May McGoldrick

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I would like to thank one of St. Martin’s Press editor for giving me a chance to read the second book of the Scottish Relic Series. And NetGalley for the making to possible to view it.

This was actually a very good read for me. The prologue was really surprising and how it was connected to the chapter in the book was amazing.

As for the characters, they were really interesting. Half of the time, I do not remember the Conall having an injury. I love how Innes and Conall love started to bloom. It was such a interesting way of showing the readers on how two people tired their best to avoid, but their feeling was too much. The wolf also add another factor in the story. But most of all, it is how Innes’ sister and Conall’s brother matched the two of them. At the near end of the book. It was nice to hear from the previous book characters. I will not sat anything else, because it will spoil the fun.

Over all, the violence was less in this book. It was more like an after thought rather than being the main thing. Which is good. Since Conall, have already suffered and Innes “gift” is kinda like a curse too. I look forward to reading the last book in the series.

Thank you!

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