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Ten Authors I REALLY Want To Meet

I think there may be more than ten authors that I really want to meet. But I will try to make a list of the ten I REALLY REALLY REALLY want to meet.

1. Anne Bishop
Loved every book of hers that I have read so far. The world building is second to none.

2. Pepper Winters
The queen of dark romance for me. Need I say more

3. Anthony Horowitz
The only male author on this list so that really must mean something. I started reading the Alex Rider series, but truly fell in love with the power of five series. Top notch.

4. Kristen Painter
Loved the House of Comarre series. Epic urban fantasy series.

5. Christina Lauren
Beautiful Bastard was really something else and couldn’t put it down.

6. Jodi Ellen Malpas
Lord of the Manor!

7. Alice Clayton
Wallbanger! Don’t really need to say anything else after that. If you have read the book you’ll know what I’m talking about.

8. Kresley Cole
Immortals After Dark. Yes please! Still have to get around to reading the game marker series thou.

9. J Kenner
How can you not feel for Damien? He really is the alpha male.

10. K.M. Golland
I read temptation in one siting. That alone says everything I need to say.

Of course there are more and I can’t wait to finally meet some of the authors when I attend the Fictionally Yours event in Melbourne, Australia in October.



Ten Books For Readers Who Like The Black Jewels Trilogy

Since it seems like I have been waiting forever for the last book in the others trilogy by Anne Bishop, today’s post will be about the series that first introduced me to her.

1) The Others Trilogy by Anne Bishop

2) Kushiel’s Legacy Trilogies by Jacqueline  Cary

3) Black Dagger Brotherhood by J.R. Ward

4) Lord’s of the Underworld Series by Gena Showalter

5) House of Comarre series by Kristen Painter

6) Tairen Soul Series by C.L. Wilson

7) Immortals After Dark series by Kresley Cole

8) Matched Trilogy by Ally Condie

9) City of Bones by Cassandra Claire

10) And the rest of the books based in the world of the black jewels


{Meme} Top 10 Books That Have Stayed With Me In Some Way

Since I have been nominated to do this list a few times on Facebook, I thought I would make it this weeks Top 10 Tuesday post instead.

The rules are don’t take longer than 10 mins and don’t think too hard. They do not have to be the ‘right’ books, just ones that impacted you somehow, then tag a friend to play!

Some my list is below:

The firebird by Sophie Masson
the firebird cover

Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire
beautiful disaster cover

The house of Comarre series by Kristen Painter
house of comaree 3 books

Crossfire Series by Sylvia Day
crossfire covers

Beautiful Bastard series by Christina Lauren

The Stark Trilogy by J. Kenner
Stark Trilogy covers

Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine
ella-enchanted cover

A Bun for Barney (Childhood book)
a bun for barney cover

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

The black jewels trilogy by Anne Bishop (or anything she writes really)
black jewels cover

My list can also be found here among many others.

{News} House of the Rising Sun is out today


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{Review} Last Blood (House Of Comarre #5)

last blood

Last Blood by Kristen Painter
House of Comarre #5
Read August 2013
4 stars



In the final showdown between the forces of dark and light, Mal and Chrysabelle face not only their old master, the vampire Tatiana, but the ancient evil that now controls her: the Castus Sanguis. Chrysabelle gathers her friends and family around her, forming a plan to bring an end to the chaos surrounding them. But the Castus is the most powerful being they’ve ever come up against.
Defeating such evil will require a great sacrifice from someone on the side of light. One of them will change sides. One of them will die. No one will survive unscathed. Can Chrysabelle save those she cares about or will that love get her killed? What price is she willing to pay to draw last blood?

Series Reading Order:

#1 Blood Rights
#2 Flesh and Blood
#3 Bad Blood
#4 Out for Blood
#5 Last Blood


I hate that feeling you get when a series comes to an end. I didn’t want to read the last book knowing this was going to be the case. However read it I did.
While there was not one big action scene that I thought there would be, there were still many twists and turns. Nothing is ever easy for Mal and Chrysabelle. If everything were I wouldn’t be reading these books.
A beautiful conclusion to the series. One I will surely read again.