"I do not just want to read books; I want to climb inside them and live there." -Anonymous

March 31, 2012

My Review of Cyndi Tefft's book's Between & Hell Transporter! *wink*

Thank you to Cyndi for creating that "hottie Scottie" Aiden McRae *wink*
So I guess I should start from the beginning.......

In October 2011 I was searching for an ebook to download for my Nook. As I was looking this beautiful cover caught my eye so I continued to read the summary.....
Pub: April 5, 2011

Summary  ~from Barnes & Noble~

It just figures that the love of Lindsey Water's life isn't alive at all, but the grim reaper, complete with dimpled smile, and Scottish accent.
After transporting souls to heaven for the last 300 years, Aiden MacRae has all but given up on finding the one whose love will redeem him and allow him entry through the pearly gates.
Torn between her growing attraction to Aiden and heaven's siren song, Lindsey must learn the hard way whether love really can transcend all boundaries.....

My Review~

Between is a wonderful book. I laughed and cried. I don't want to give away too much. But I will say the beginning surprised me and the story drew me in wanting more. I just had to find out where this journey was taking me. I had a lot of fun getting to know Aiden ,a Hot Scottish grim reaper who knows how to treat a lady! Aiden stole my heart. Lindsey meets him during a confusing time and has some tough choices to make and learns to have faith in what she feels. I also loved Father O'Malley, he was a great addition to the story. Oh my and the ending, well lets just say I was so happy when I found out there was a second book.

My Rating:  ♥♥♥♥½


I loved Between so much that I pre-ordered Hell Transporter and I also bought a copy of Between.(I wanted to have Aiden on my shelf )
I ordered the books through her website, so I could get signed books(also a pack of tissues that said Aiden's Angels on it). She also sent a copy of Hell Transporter early through email.
So I am happy to say I got to read Hell Transporter on February 26th. YAY!! Thanks Cyndi!

Pub: March 15, 2012

Summary ~from goodreads~

Aiden MacRae has been given a new life after being stuck transporting souls to heaven for the last 300 years. He doesn't know the culture, the times or the slang, but there is one thing he does know: He didn't come forward alone.
The master of hell has other plans for the Scottish Highlander and has sent a transporter of his own to get the deed done. Will Lindsey be able to save him or get caught in the cross fire?

My Review~

Cyndi did a great job developing this story. In this book Aiden finds it challenging to fit in and not look like he has no clue about the present time. It is helpful for Aiden that Lindsey and him can speak to each other with their minds. Aiden stays true to his character by having his old fashion way of thinking.  I like how Aiden and Lindsey do not have any trouble communicating how each other feels. They are a team. They work out any problems they may have together. I love reading the interactions between Lindsey's Dad and Aiden. This book is funny, sexy, mysterious, it has scary parts and is emotional. I definitely needed a box of tissues near by.  My feelings were on a roller coaster of a ride. I absolutely loved this book.

My Rating♥♥♥♥♥

                                ♥♥ I am proud to say I am one of Aiden's Angels!♥♥
Thanks to Lindsay from The Violet Hour Blog for creating this logo for Cyndi

FYI - When I got back from my trip (3-30-12), this was waiting for me! Thanks Cyndi, I loved what you wrote with your signature. You are Awesome!!

March 29, 2012

Liebster Blog Award

Liebster is a German word for Beloved. So the Liebster Blog Award literally means Beloved Blog Award!  The award is given to bloggers with under 200 followers. These blogs are "the best kept secrets"out there!

I want to thank Michelle of Vintage Cobwebs for presenting me with this award. I just can not find the words that can express how much I appreciate it. You made my day! ♥

Here are the Five people I give the Liebster Award to:

Jenny of Bookworm Mia

Ella of Read Into Hiding

Heather of Literary Sweet

Lisa of Paranormal & Urban Fantasy Reviews and Goodies

Emily Hooked In a Book

These blogs look great and I have enjoyed reading them!

Here are the rules to participate:

♦Thank the person which nominated you in a blog post.
♦You can nominate up to five other blogs.
♦Let them know you have nominated them by leaving a comment     on their blog.
♦Post the award on your blog.


Pages From My Thoughts: ARC Giveaway : Enchanted by Alethea Kontis

Here is a link from Soumi's website for a signed ARC giveaway. Thanks Soumi for hosting this giveaway :)

Pages From My Thoughts: ARC Giveaway : Enchanted by Alethea Kontis: Giveaway Open : Internationally I would like to thank author Alethea Kontis for offering an signed ARC of Enchanted for giveaway purpose o...

March 28, 2012

Been Thinking??? I will review Five Fabulous Authors in Five Days.......


                    I    BOOKS

Okay, so I am almost caught up with my reviews.
I have been busy this past week with traveling and helping my mom who lives 7 hours from me. I am down to the last five books I need to write reviews for. The five books are from five authors I have grown to love these past 6 months.

So I decided I will dedicate a post for each author. I will list all the books I have read by the author and review their latest book I have recently read.  

My Five Fabulous Authors in Five Days posts, will begin on Saturday March 31st. The authors I will feature this week will be:


                          I    AUTHORS    

Saturday, March 31st      ~~  Cyndi Tefft

Sunday, April 1st             ~~  H. P. Mallory

Monday, April 2nd          ~~  Rose Pressey

Tuesday, April 3rd          ~~  Jennifer L. Armentrout

Wednesday, April 4th     ~~  Sandra Madera

March 22, 2012

The Hunger Games Movie!

Yes I am a huge fan of The Hunger Games book. I am so excited for the movie, that I bought tickets in  advance with reserved seats to see the movie at midnight. I will get very little sleep tonight, I still have to be at work at 7:30am. I will be going with Alex (my son age 20),  his girlfriend Bay and, Alex's friend De'Angelo. I will post views from all four of us. Two reviews from the boys point of view and two from the girls point of view. My son and I read the book, Bay and De'Angelo have not. I can't wait to hear what Bay and De'Angelo think of the movie.

Happy Hunger Games.........***I am so excited*** :P

March 16, 2012

Book Reviews of the River of Time Series #1 - #3.1 by Lisa Tawn Bergren

Here is a link to her website

Waterfall (River of Time #1)
by Lisa Tawn Bergren
YA 14 & Up
Publisher: Cook, David C.
Pub. Date: February 1st 2011
Rating: ♥♥♥♥

Summary: ~from Barnes & Noble and goodreads~

Lisa Tawn Bergren's new YA series, River of Time, is romantic, historical fiction in which the plucky heroine doesn't have to fear a vampires bite but must still fight for her life. In Waterfall, American teenager Gabi Betarrini accidently finds herself in the sixteenth-century Italy.... Knights. Swords. Horses. Armor. And Italian hotties. Most American teens want an Italian vacation, but the Betarrini sisters have spent every summer of their lives there with their archaeologist parents. Stuck on yet another hot, dusty dig, they are bored out of their minds...until they place their hands atop handprints in an ancient tomb and find themselves catapulted into the fourteenth-century--and in the middle of a fierce battle between knights bent on killing one another.


I discovered this book looking for a historical fiction / romance story to read on my Nook. What hooked me into getting it was in the summary, it mentioned "Knights. Swords, Horses. Armor. And Italian hotties." I was pleasantly surprised how much I enjoyed reading this story (not just because of the hotties). Gabi and her sister Lia learn to be strong. In the 14th century there is no comforts of living and there is constantly fighting all around.  They have to grow up pretty fast in order to survive, and part of survival is to be  mentally strong, learning who to trust and finding faith in God.  I new in the middle of reading this that I had to download the rest of the River of Time series. Great cliffhanger ending, need more...


Cascade (River of Time #2)

by Lisa Tawn Bergren
YA 14 & Up
Publisher: Cook, David C.
Pub. Date: May 24th 2011
Rating: ♥♥♥♥(4½)

Summary:  ~ from Barnes & Noble

When Gabi and Lia find themselves back in the fourteenth century-and in the middle of major battles alongside romantic knights in shining armor-they have no idea if they can get back. Or if they even want to. In the first book of the River of Time series, two bored American sisters stumble on a door to the past, where Gabi is rescued by a handsome knight who vows to love her forever. But there is a rival for his affections, and the girls flee into the present to escape. Now lovestruck Gabi persuades Lia to help her return, even though she knows dangers abound in medieval Italy, including an entire city that seeks revenge. But Marcello awaits, and Gabi must decide if she's willing to leave her family behind for love. ... 


I am loving this series. This a wonderful, inspirational, suspenseful, action filled romance and clean read. It does have violence (it is the 14th century) and  I am a fan of reading in the first person. This story is told in Gabi's point of view. I enjoy being in Gabi's head and going through the experiences and life changing choices she has to make.  Living in the 14th century and facing many obstacles, Gabi and Lia have become very strong females.  Gabi has found love in Marcello and Lia is drawn to Luca.  I also enjoy this story because I felt it stayed historically accurate with how religion was a part of everyday living and there was conflict among the people because of religious politics. Marcello has strong religious beliefs and Gabi learns a lot from him. Again another great nail biting end... I already have the third book ready to read next.


Torrent (River of Time #3)

by Lisa Tawn Bergren
YA 14 & Up
Publisher: Cook, David C.
Pub. Date: September 1st 2011
Rating: ♥♥♥♥(4½)

Summary ~ from Barnes & Noble

“Hold tight,” I said. “No matter what happens, do not let us go.”“We won’t,” my dad said.“Never,” Mom added.And with a look at Lia, we laid our hands upon the prints. Gabriella and Evangelia Betarrini are just two normal American teenagers. Normal except for the fact that they time travel to fourteenth-century Italy, where they’ve lived in castles they’ve seen as crumbling ruins, become swept up in historic battles, and fallen in love with handsome knights willing to do anything to keep them alive.           
They’ve returned to the present to save their father, just short of his tragic death, ... 


I truly feel this book is amazing. I love how dad is such a presence in this book. Gabi's fatherly love and advice to her and Lia is definitely heart warming. Her father meeting Marcello, their interactions together and dad having to give his approval, was a wonderful addition. Gabi, Lia,and their mother and father show how a family can love, have a strong bond and be a great support to each other.  A wonderful series!


Bourne (River of Time #3.1)

by Lisa Tawn Bergren
YA 14 & Up
Publisher: Bergren Creative Group
Pub. Date: February 26th 2012
Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥

Summary~from goodreads~

Bourne, a novella (1/3 the length of a normal novel), picks up right where TORRENT left off...Find out what happened to men returning from the battle, gravely wounded, to the Betarrinis, fighting for the men they love, and just who is hunting them next...


So this novella has definitely earned a rating of 5.  In the other books the stories were told in Gabi's point of view.  Lia and Gabi's point of view takes turns in this book. In the other books Lia is portrayed more shy and not so sure of what she wants. Through Lia's eyes we get to know her better and see how much she has grown and how devoted she is to Luca, This was a great addition to the series. The 4th book to this series, TRIBUTARY, will be out later this year.  Can't wait to read it. Need to buy!

River of Time #4
release date TBA 2012

March 10, 2012

Sunday Book Reviews - Amanda Hocking's My Blood Approves Series #1 - #4.5

My Blood Approves 
(My Blood Approves #1)
by Amanda Hocking
YA 14 & up
Publisher: Amanda Hocking
Pub. Date: March 17th 2010
Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥

Summary: ~from goodreads~

Teenager Alice Bonham's life feels crazy after she meets Jack.  With his fondness for pink Chuck Taylors and New Wave, he's unlike anyone she knows.  Then she meets his brother, Peter.  Even though he can't stand the sight of her, she's drawn to him. Falling for two guys isn't even the worst of her problems. Jack and Peter are vampires, and Alice finds herself caught between love and her own blood.


I bought this book for my Nook awhile back after I finished Amanda's Trylle Trilogy.  The Trylle Trilogy was a self published book and I was impressed with the unique story and characters. With that said, I was expecting a little more from this book. I did enjoy reading it. I gave it a rating of 3, because I felt the story did not flow as well as I would like. It also had too many similarities to Twilight (by Stephanie Meyer). But I did enjoy the book enough to want to read the second one. This book does have a really good cliffhanger so I had to read the next one right away. A good cliffhanger usually guarantees that I will want to read more of the story.


FATE (My Blood Approves #2)
by Amanda Hocking
YA 14 & UP
Publisher: Amanda Hocking
Pub. Date: April 25th 2010
Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥(3½)

Summary: ~from goodreads~

Alice Bonham thinks she's finally found a balance in her life between the supernatural and real life with her brother Milo. Jack - sorta vampire boyfriend - keeps her at arm's length to keep her safe.
 As for his brother Peter...she's not sure where he's at, or what he wants with her. Worse still, she's not even sure what she wants with Peter.
When tragedy happens, Alice finds herself struggling with a terrible choice. Her decision has consequences that reach farther than she'd ever imagine...


This series is definitely getting better. The series is growing on me. In this book Amanda has to deal with the unexpected turn of events. I like that there was a OMG moment where I didn't see that coming.  Alice really has to come to grip with reality, that her life as a normal teenage, is no more. Her relationship with her best friend Jane becomes strained. There is even more tension between Paul and Jack. Mae and Ezra are also at odds. Towards the end of the book it looks like Alice may be growing up. The ending to this book was really good and I liked the ending a little more than the previous book. The story has developed nicely and the characters have improved.  I finished reading it, wanting more.


FLUTTER (My Blood Approves #3)
by Amanda Hocking
YA 14 & up
Publisher: Amanda Hocking
Pub. Date: May 29th 2010
Rating: ♥♥♥♥

Summary:~from goodreads~

Being undead doesn't make life any easier for Alice Bonham.
Her younger brother's love life is heating up, while hers is....more complicated. Mae is falling apart, her best friend Jane is addicted to vampire bites, and if Alice doesn't get her bloddlust under control, someone will end up dead.
Alice volunteers for a rescue mission with Ezra. But going up against a pack of rapid vampires might be too much, even for him.


I am really liking this series.  I really am not sure of Jack. As Alice grows up, the stories get better. Great book!  Alice has become a much stronger personality. Yes, she still is confused about Peter but she has made her decision. She has an inner strength she is discovering and steps up to help out others. Alice may be a vampire now, but being a vampire makes her have to make more decisions in her life. Being a vampire does not make life easier. Deciding what is right or wrong, what is safe and dangerous is not always clear.  Life is not a definite black and white, it is a shade of gray. With each book there has been different obstacles for Alice, but also for her friends and family.


WISDOM (My Blood Approves #4)
by Amanda Hocking
YA 14 &up
Publisher: Amanda Hocking
Pub. Date:  August 23rd 2010
Rating: ♥♥♥♥(4½)

Summary: ~from goodreads~

Wisdom - the fourth book in the My Blood Approves series...For her eighteenth birthday, Alice Bonham takes a vacation to Australia only to have her trip cut short by an unexpected murder. While Alice tries to understand what happened, she regrets some of the choices she's made, especially the more permanent ones.


Amanda Hocking has done a great job developing this story  This book is my favorite one out of the four. The plot thickens and I became intrigued, wondering what is going to happen next. I spent every moment I could reading this book. Everyone has a role to play. The name Wisdom is a great title for this book. All the characters have life making decisions to make, and what they decide will affect where their path will lead. This book has mystery, suspense, a lot more action, sadness and relationships are put to the test (not just Alice and Jacks). I personally do not think Jack and Alice make a good couple they are just too different. When she became a vampire she not only changed physically, what she wants to do with her life changed also. To me she should of be with Paul. I am so looking forward to reading Swear(My Blood Approves #5). 


(My Blood Approves #4.5)
by Amanda Hocking
YA 14 & up
Publisher: Amanda Hocking
Pub. Date: December 20th 2010
Rating: ♥♥♥♥

Summary:~from goodreads~

In my Blood Approves, Peter Townsend fell in love with Alice Bonham, but she wasn't his first love. In a new novella told through his letters, his history is revealed.


This novella is a great addition to the series.  This book gives a history of Peter from the time he turns to a vampire to meeting Alice. Peter story is told in his point of view. He writes letters to his wife while she was alive and after she died. I love reading his point of view of Alice and know more what he was feeling. I have always been a Peter fan, this just sealed it.

March 8, 2012

Funny Friday! or This was a strange week?

So I decided for this weeks funny Friday, that I will post pics of my feelings I have experienced this past week. It has really been a week of many emotions. I believe in order to get through the difficult times you need to smile and find the good in it to keep some sanity. I do want to say that I am in no way making fun of any one's sorrow or grief. My prayers go out to anyone who is having trouble in their life.

So here it goes.......

Friday March 2nd.....

Okay, seriously. What is up with this crazy weather. I am wondering if 2012 is going to have a series of craziness that maybe the whole idea of the Mayan calender is something to really consider.


Saturday March 3....

Yes I am one of those people who needs their coffee to get their morning started.

So Saturday I finally decorated my kitchen with my coffee theme. I think it turned out nice. I have been living in this place now for three years and it is now finished. (well I finally stopped procrastinating)
Thanks, Baylee, for the help.


Sunday March 5......

NEED I SAY MORE......... and might I also add my vacuum cleaner broke UGH!!!!


I so wish cleaning was this easy.....


 March 6th and 7th........

yes, so a great picture describing our weather for our Southern Indiana/Louisville area...
 Friday tornadoes, Monday 4 inches of snow and Tuesday 70 degrees O_0


So as the week comes to a close the weather was beautiful Wednesday. Rainy on Thursday and solar flares?.....

And I would like to end by saying.......

♥Have A Great and Wonderful Weekend!!

Three short and sweet book reviews: Sisters Red by Jackson Pearce, Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout and The Taker by Alma Katsu

Sisters Red
by Jackson Pearce
YA: 14 & up
Publisher: Little Brown
Pub. Date June 7th 2010
Pages: 324
Rating: ♥♥♥♥

Summary: ~from the book cover~

Scarlett and Rosie March have spent years hunting the Fenris --werewolves who took Scarlett's eye in a brutal attack years ago.  Donning blood-red cloaks and wielding deadly hatchets, the sisters kill Fenris to protect other young girls from a grisly fate.  Yet even as the Fenris seem to be gaining power, Rosie dreams of a life beyond the wolves.  She finds herself drawn to Silas, a young woodsman who is lethal with an ax and is Scarlett's only friend--but does loving him mean betraying her sister and all that they've worked for?


I held off awhile not sure about reading this, because I was not sure if I would like to read a popular fairy tale retold. I am so glad I changed my mind. I really felt this was a good book. This is a dark version of the story placed in present time. It has a lot of action This book does contain some graphic fighting scenes, and  was written well. I loved how the sisters Scarlett and Rosie,(who are two years apart) are so close they feel as if they share one heart. Silas is their childhood friend and is loves them both. The three of them are bonded emotionally by the knowledge of the Fenris and becoming hunters together to protect innocent girls who do not know the big bad wolf really exist. In this story their bond they share becomes strained and tested.


The Taker
by Alma Katsu
18 & up
Publisher: Gallery Books
Pub. Date September 6th 2011
Format eBook
Pages 448
Rating: ♥♥♥♥

Summary:(small part) ~from goodreads~

Part historical novel, part supernatural page-turner, "The Taker" is an unforgettable tale about the power of unrequited love not only to elevate and sustain, but also to blind and ultimately destroy, and how each of us is responsible for finding our own path to redemption.

My Summary:

The story begins with Dr. Luke Findley working on the late night shift in the ER. The local police bring in a beautiful and mysterious woman, Lanore McIlvrae (Lanny), with blood all over her clothes, who confesses to a murder  Dr. Luke Findley thought this was going to be another quiet night in this small town ER. Lanny is desperate to get away from the police and she reveals to Dr. Luke Findley that she is immortal and she needs his help. Lanny decides to confide in Luke and tells her story.


I was searching for historical fiction  for my nook and discovered The Taker. I found myself not wanting to put it down for many different reasons.  It is a thriller, has romance, is dark and has very disturbing scenes but it is needed to tell the story of Lanny. Lanny makes choices in her life that puts her in dangerous situations and it constantly tests her sanity. I do not consider this to be a paranormal story. This book is not about vampires, werewolves etc. I liked the fact that through reading the story I eventually found out how she became immortal. I gave it a rating of 4 because I did have a little trouble with the transition of switching from Luke's and Lanny's point of view which takes you from present to the 1800's.


Obsidian(Lux #1)
by Jennifer L. Armentrout
YA 14 & up
Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
Pub. Date: November 30th 2011
Format eBook
Pages 287
Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥

Summary ~ from goodreads~

When we moved to west Virginia right before my senior year, I'd pretty much resigned myself to thick accents, dodgy internet access, and a whole lot of boring....until I spotted my hot neighbor, with his looming height and eerie green eyes. Things were looking up.
-And then he opened his mouth.
Daemon is infuriating. Arrogant. Stab-worthy.  We do not get along. At all. But when a stranger attacks me and Daemon literally freezes time with a wave of  his hand, well, something...unexpected happens.
The hot alien living next door marks me.
You heard me. Alien. Turns out Daemon and his sister have a galaxy of enemies wanting to steal their abilities, and Daemon's touch has me lit up like the Vegas Strip. The only way I'm getting out of this alive is by sticking close to Daemon until my alien mojo fades.
-If I don't kill him first, that is.


I love this book. That should not be a surprise since I love Jennifer L. Armentrout's Covenant series. Now I wasn't sure if I would like it because  the idea of a Alien boy next door did not appeal to me. But from the beginning I was absorbed into Katy's story and just did not want to stop reading, Very entertaining. and has a bit of mystery thrown in. I love the humor and the strained relationship that Katy and Daemon have. Daemon brings out a side of Katy she has never showed before. Katy starts out as a quiet girl who loves to blog. Her mom moves her to get a fresh start. Katy decides to go next door and meet the neighbors. Then she meets Daemon and finds him to be the most difficult boy she has ever met. She is pushed in having contact with him because of Daemons sister. His sister really likes Katy and wants to be great friends. So again I LOVED this book and can't wait until the next one.


Thursdays Thoughts!! Thoughts and Prayers


Last Friday March 2nd, Tornadoes developed and destroyed many homes, business's and unfortunately lives.  This was a powerful storm and I hope we do not see any more super cell storms.

My heart goes out to everyone affected by these tornadoes.  I live in Southern Indiana, and I was at work (aftercare program) when the storms came. I am thankful that several parents chose to stay in the basement of our church to wait out the storm. One of my students was picked up early because of the storm coming. Him and  his mother were traveling up HWY 65 and saw the tornado, and debris, glass flying. She fortunately was able to turn around and come back and stay with us in the basement.  She was shaking and in tears after witnessing it first hand. She said it was unbelievable. It was huge.

Where I work we are only miles away from the hard hit Henryville, IN. We have families who attend our school from Henryville, Marysville, and surrounding areas. Several families from our school has close family and friends who lost their homes or had extensive damage to their property. One family in our school did lose their home and thankfully no one was hurt. I have a girl who use to be in my preschool/aftercare. Her and her mother stopped by to see me. Her family live in Henryville and she attends the High School. They are  okay and their home suffered minor damage. The girl and her friends are safe and waiting to hear when they will be able to go back to school. One person I work with lost her brother in law. My good friends husband coaches with the husband whose wife lost her legs protecting her children. I have a couple of children who are close friends of the children. Everyone from this area has a story to tell .

I am not originally from this area I moved here 14 years ago.  I have met a lot of great people that have livid here for generations. Everyone here is doing what they can to help. Our New Albany Deanery is looking at helping those affected immediately and long term. Long term will be needed  after all outside help has left.

My thoughts and prayers go out to all.

Please consider donating to the American Red Cross, to help all Tornado victims.
Here is our local chapters link


Thanks and God Bless,


March 7, 2012

It's Hunter's Wonderful Wednesday!!

♥♥Hunter loves to read just like me!♥♥
(Grandma  loves you)

Here are a few of Hunter's books that he enjoyed this past month:

I love You Stinky Face by Lisa McCourt, Cyd Moore (Illustrator)

A story that shows unconditional love that a mother has for her little boy.  The little boy asks his mom many questions over and over such as "But Mama, but Mama what if I were a super smelly skunk, and I smelled so bad that my name was Stinky Face?"


Ten Apples On Top by Dr. Seuss

A classic Dr. Seuss book that is funny and teaches counting.  A lion, a dog and a tiger go through many obstacles to keep their apples on top.


Danny and the Dinosaur by Syd Hoff

This book is another classic favorite.  Hunter's uncle Alex loved to read this story 17 years ago and had it memorized when he was 3 years old.  Danny goes to a museum and thinks it would be great to be able to play with a dinosaur.  A dinosaur appears and they go off and have many adventures together.

March 1, 2012

Julie Kagawa: Giveaway: The Immortal Rules, signed

Julie Kagawa: Giveaway: The Immortal Rules, signed

I am so excited to read her new Blood of Eden Series. Julie Kagawa's Iron Fey series was a joy to read. I loved the world she created, it's a great story to escape to for awhile. It is a series I will definitely be reading over and over again. Thanks Julie for this giveaway.♥

 Click on the above link to enter at her website.