The “Love on the Edge” series by Molly E. Lee is full of adventure, thrill and lots of adrenaline. Molly took us storm chasing twice in Oklahoma, treasure hunting in Israel and deep sea diving in the Bahamas. This time, she takes us on an even bigger adventure: we are about to discover the Amazon rainforest. And not only Easton will be there. Dash, Connell and the girls are on board too! Yes! You read correctly! All the guys in one novel! How cool is that? But it gets even better: Molly introduces us to a new man on the edge. Wade is a stuntman and this adventure will be his and the guys’ biggest yet.
Easton is certain that he found the lost city of Paititi in the Amazon rainforest. The production company of his TV show takes this as an opportunity to air a special series of the discovery. For the next leg of his expedition, Easton now needs experienced and skilled crew members to help him uncover the treasures hidden in the half submerged temple. For that, the production company hired storm chaser Dash, deep sea diver Connell and stuntman Wade. All four men need to work together and combine their individual skills in order to survive in the jungle. But this is easier said than done since the jungle has its own rules of survival. But is the Amazon jungle really their biggest threat on this mission? Continue reading “Edge of Brotherhood – Shared Review”
After reading The Allure of Julian Lefray, Ashley and I had to pick up The Allure of Dean Harper immediately. Because what is not to like about a sexy, fun, charming and successful bachelor in New York City?
As a restaurateur in NYC, Dean has opened up many successful restaurants over the past few years. For his new opening, he has his hands full again, which unfortunately has less to do with the new restaurant but more with one of his crew-members: Lily Black, food blogger, culinary school graduate and best friend of his best friend Julian’s girlfriend. With reluctance, Dean had to bring her on board and he is determined to get her off board as soon as possible. But Lily is not easily intimidated. She is hell-bent on showing Dean who the real food-guru is, even if it means war. Continue reading “The Allure of Dean Harper – Shared Review”
What do you do when there is a sequel to one of your favorite books with the same main characters? Of course you read it. That’s what I did back in August 2015 as well as this month with Chasing Olivia.
Trace and Olivia are still together and happier than ever. The obstacles that were thrown at them in the past, made their bond even stronger. But after two years, the fearless adventurers are replaced with an “old married couple”. To get their spark back, Trace and Olivia are headed on a roadtrip of a lifetime. But is it just a roadtrip to get their spark back or does Trace have some hidden agenda? Nevertheless, Olivia can’t wait to escape her “soap opera life” for a few weeks, but unfortunately one can only run away from reality for so long.
I love roadtrips. Period. I have been on a few myself in the past and the next will begin in just a few days actually. Yay! Roadtrips make me think of freedom: it’s just your car, your friend(s) (or boy/girlfriend), the road and some great music. Continue reading “Chasing Olivia – Review”
I have been reading the Outlander series since May of last year, spacing the books out as I have had time to devote to the tale. Drums of Autumn is without a doubt my favorite of the Outlander series, thus far. I know a lot of people complain about how long these books are and how scenes could easily be cut out, but I love the depth and length of these books. I’ll admit, when I first started reading this particular book, 1070 pages seemed quite daunting. Especially while the story took a bit to get going in my opinion, or maybe it’s simply that I didn’t care for the political schmoozing within the storyline. However, once we were able to dive into Brianna’s perspective, I was hooked. This series is so ridiculously epic. I love being with the characters for as long as we are with this series. I am so attached to them at this point, they feel like real people to me–friends. In the days since I’ve finished reading, I’ve been missing the characters and wondering what is going to happen to them next. I love being able to read about their daily lives- even the things that may seem slightly mundane, because it makes them more realistic. Diana Gabaldon reminded me why I love long books, and books in a series. Being able to read from the perspective of Claire, Brianna, Roger, and Jamie made this book fly by for me. I constantly was wondering where the story was going to go. My favorite part of this book was the connection between past and present. This aspect greatly appeals to me, as someone who enjoys history and the humanity behind it.
Let’s just say, when a book is over 1000 pages and the reader is still left wanting more, it is miraculous. Diana Gabaldon is a genius. I can’t imagine the time it took her to research and write these books. She has devoted nearly 30 years to this series, and from what I hear she is still plugging away. What an amazing fruit of her labor. I can’t wait to see where the series continues to take readers.
If you haven’t jumped back in time with Claire and Jamie, it is a must. I would rather read these books than watch the show any day. To keep from giving too much away to prospective readers, I’ll stop here. I needed to quickly rave about this excellent novel.
If you have read the series, which book is your favorite? No spoilers, please!
What happens when the society controls every aspect of your life: where you work, who you love, how many children you have, when you die.
Cassia lives in a society like that. On her seventeenth birthday she is about to meet her Match: her perfect partner in life – chosen by the Society. While she is happy with the Society’s decision at first, she can’t help but fall in love with someone else: someone who is not even eligible to be matched, according to the Society. And that is when she starts to question their motives and rules. As both try to hide their feelings from the Society and their friends, Cassia tries to fight for independence to make her own decisions and choices. But what happens when the Society is always a step a ahead of you? Continue reading “Matched – Review”
Edge of Bliss is the fourth novel in Molly E. Lee‘s “Love on The Edge” series. This installment is the follow-up to Molly’s first novel Edge of Chaos and follows Dash and Blake on their adventures on Tornado Alley.
Note: It is essential to read Edge of Chaos first!
One year ago, Blake’s life was a nightmare. Now she’s living the dream: tornado hunting with her perfect boyfriend Dash on Tornado Alley. But what neither of them expected were all the obstacles they would have to face: a reality TV show team following their every move, a call from Blake’s Ex, Dash’s past appearing everywhere they go, a job offer Blake may not be able to turn down and on top of all that deathly tornadoes. Will that be their last time hunting together? Continue reading “Edge of Bliss”