#Review: Avant Nation + #Giveaway
Giveaway , Reviews / February 26, 2015

CLARA SPINNER’S genetic code, future occupation and date of death have all been mapped out by the government. So when her innermost desires conflict with her rigidly planned life, she must hide them or risk losing everything. Fresh out of the academy, she loathes her new assignment as a medical technician, but those who complain tend to disappear, so what can she do? Deciding to make the best of the situation, it isn’t long before she becomes one of the top techs at the hospital, specializing in the use of memory retrieval equipment. As her skills gain recognition, she begins to make peace with the system until the day a loved one vanishes without a trace. Seeking answers, Clara’s search points to the Liberty Union Democracy, a nation at war with her own. Traveling incognito in enemy territory, where one wrong move could be her last, Clara retrieves a memory the government never intended anyone to see. Full of suspense, danger and romance—Avant Nation will take you on a wild ride into he near future. To be released March 17th by Misty Moon Media Avant Nation takes place in a futuristic world divided by 2 nations that are at war: Avantica and Liberty…

Review: Outlander by Diana Gabaldon
4 stars , Rating , Reviews , RR Award / February 18, 2015

  A daring, adventurous and unpredictable series. This unprecedentable series by Diana Gabaldon shows how you can turn such a canonical plot into a book with complex characters and surprises. The author makes you fall head over heels for Jamie and you feel like cheering for Claire to do so. Even tough there is a love triangle it isn’t the main theme. Diana takes you over to an universe of highlanders, evil captains, and witches. Would I classify Outlander as a paranormal series? No, but the elements of magic are the core of this story.  It has too much action and adventure for my taste, I prefer story lines with focus on the romance. When I approached the next books, I found even less romance in them, or characteristics that you wouldn’t find in a romance novel, but blend well under a complex tale. Don’t expect to find another review for the OUTLANDER series cause I’ve skipped too many pages to write something substancial about book 2, Dragonfly in Amber.   OUTLANDER IS CURRENTLY ON SALE FOR $1.99   Click here to read my review for OUTLANDER THE TV SERIES!

ARC Review: The Master by Kresley Cole + Giveaway
3 stars , Giveaway , Rating , Reviews / February 15, 2015

  The Master is the hot sequel to The Professional. This time we have an introspective hero and a crazy latina heroine who tries to seduce this bad guy from the first time she lays eyes on him. A great reading for one sitting Kresley Cole pens an erotic romance with her branded sass, and yet, doesn’t lack to be funny and sexy.  I tend to like my romances with a little more angst, as the conflict was predictable and their relationship clearly only needed time to turn into something more. For once the amount of sex bothered me. I wanted to see the story flow and sometime in the middle of it, sex didn’t add much to the table when it was time for some emotional development. Comparing to her other works, like the epic Lothaire, you can see this isn’t Cole at her best, but an erotic romance with her unique voice. She makes it so delicious to fall in love with a bad guy! No doubt much lighter than The Professional, The Master convinces, entertains and scandals! I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. *** P.S: The Professional is on sale for 2.99! *** I’m giving away my paperback…

Review: EverAfter Romance App
3 stars , Rating , Reviews / February 11, 2015

EverAfter promisses to “offer fans of romantic fiction an eBook app experience worthy of their passion for great love stories. Our app has flash sales, weekly deals and thousands of free eBooks designed to thrill bargain hunters. Our rotating Author Spotlights and our curated EverAfter Essentials categories like “Alpha Male Essentials” or “Love at First Sight” are designed to appeal to devoted readers. And all our titles live right inside our app, just for your eyes, because EverAfter is the first all-romance app to let users purchase their books—and start reading—in the same experience.” Over 100,000 titles Tons of free books Perfect for every taste No monthly fees No commitments My first thought was “Wow, what a smart move to catch one of the most voracious costumers, us, romance readers!” Right after you open the EveryAfter app you see the “home” page mainly with cupons, deals, giveaways, and recommendations “for me” (I didn’t sign up yet!), plus a shiny button to redeem a pin code (cupons? yay!) – and of course I signed up! , they just ask you for your email and a password. The Store tab has all the “top” lists and . Since I live outside the US…

Review: Fifty Shades Trilogy (Fifty Shades #1-3)
2 stars , Reviews , RR Award / January 25, 2015

  E. L. James created a predictable storyline but took all the advantage she could get to make it a bestselling series. The manuscript started as a Twilight erotic fan fiction and no doubt great part of it’s success comes from grown up Twilight fans looking for a sexy read. On the other hand, this fact  doesn’t justify or glorifies it’s mistakes, but confirms its success and helps throw out of the window some prejudice towards erotic fiction. The protagonists are one-dimensional and the dialogue is infuriatingly repetitive. Sometimes Ana sounds very out of character and I know it means to represent who her growth, however, it feels forced. The story is fragile as many of as the couple end up having always the same problems, and sex is often gratuitous.  What I like about The Fifty Shades trilogy is how it has the capacity to wrap you and make you part of the story – I can honesty say that’s what got me through reading all the books. Therefore, I believe her writing skills are good but the issue with these books is lack of basic plotting and weak dialogue.  FIFTY SHADES is made from the core to excite curiosity, and excels at that, only to…