Miranda Wyattmills

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  • Split on Jan. 29, 2011
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    I do want to say that the main character Erika is one to keep an eye on, I have a feeling she will play an important role of her own in future novels of the Eternal War. Or that is what I hope. Mitch and Adonis both play an important role in who Erika becomes and what she learns of herself. This is definitely worth your time, it is a quick read and one that will leave you wanting more and more as Spiral X does as well. I couldn't put it down once I opened my copy. Very good!
  • Of Witches and Warlocks: The Dark Rising on Nov. 10, 2011

    Once again Lacey Weatherford doesn't disappoint, in this installment of Portia and Vance's story the twists and turns just keep coming. You are kept on the edge of your seat, second guessing yourself and the characters in the story. Chocked full of love, mystery, witches, warlocks and demons Dark Rising is a page turner you won't want to put down. Portia's love and faith in Vance is something everyone wants in a relationship and her hope keeps you cheering for them to overcome and find each other again. The ending will make your head spin, I know it did mine. My jaw dropped and I literally yelled out NO! But I am not telling you why, for that you have to read it. I loved the new character that Lacey introduces in Hex a half jihni that helps Portia grow and learn about herself and her capabilities. Plus a new Bad Girl by the name of Mayla who I wanted to strangle from the moment she was introduced. I love how Lacey weaves these characters into the story and pulls you in as well. She leaves you wanting more and more and I can't wait to see what happens next.
  • CybrGrrl on Nov. 17, 2011

    This book is an erotic lovers dream. It hits you from page one and you won't want to put it down. A sensual look at the possibilities of what AI could potentially become. The way Max weaves words brings this story to life, gets your motors going and creates a world of amazingly erotic images in your mind. After reading this story I want my own CybrGrrl, oh the things I can think for her to do. Hmmmmm.......oh wait, sorry got a bit distracted. Whew! Is it warm in here? I feel a bit flushed. This isn't just a sex filled romp in the sack, there is an underlying story that pulls you in, gets you thinking and leaves you feeling giddy. (among other feelings, *wink wink*) A tale of a loving relationship enhanced by the inclusion of CybrGrrl Marie that will have you testing your own erotic limitations. So go pick up your copy now, and decide for yourself, could you use your own CybrGrrl? I know I could.
  • Lust on the Rocks on Dec. 03, 2011

    This was a fresh breath away from my normal reading of paranormal romance and erotic romance. Lust on the Rocks still got my engines going, but what I loved is the story that kept it all going. The "Lust" was a great asset to the story, but it's not what carried the story and kept me glued to my seat turning the pages. A strong confidant lead woman, an equally strong leading man made for a great set up for some hot sexual tension. What I really liked about this book is that I was able to connect with almost all the characters in some way. The loss of a family member, a mistake I wish I could take back, anger, the need for revenge, and more. Yup I loved this book. A roller coaster of emotions you can feel as though you are experiencing them yourself. If you like romance, drama, and a good court case, then go grab this one for yourself.
  • Lust on the Rocks on Dec. 03, 2011

    This was a fresh breath away from my normal reading of paranormal romance and erotic romance. Lust on the Rocks still got my engines going, but what I loved is the story that kept it all going. The "Lust" was a great asset to the story, but it's not what carried the story and kept me glued to my seat turning the pages. A strong confidant lead woman, an equally strong leading man made for a great set up for some hot sexual tension. What I really liked about this book is that I was able to connect with almost all the characters in some way. The loss of a family member, a mistake I wish I could take back, anger, the need for revenge, and more. Yup I loved this book. A roller coaster of emotions you can feel as though you are experiencing them yourself. If you like romance, drama, and a good court case, then go grab this one for yourself.
  • The Myth of Mr. Mom - Real Stories by Real Stay-At-Home Dads on Dec. 03, 2011

    Yup the stay at home dad. I always thought I had a pretty good outlook on stay at home dads and actually know a few (dad's of kids who are in my kids class at school) I applaud any man who decides to take on this role, but after reading this I only wish more men would stand up and proudly shout to the world, "I am a stay at home dad and I am proud of it" I loved this anthology, but have to say that I "connected" best with the second chapter, an essay from Christian Jensen. From the get go he could have been describing my daily life, other than my kids get up before I do, can't imagine trying to write anything before 6:30am and don't have quite his quirky sense of humor. (though I love it!) I laughed so hard I cried reading this essay and will be happily reading it out loud to my own husband when he returns from drill this weekend, I think he will find it rather amusing as well. I love that he...well I don't want to spoil it, but let me say his "encouraging" notes on the kids lunch sacks are priceless. Makes me think of the time I proudly walked my kids to the bus in my penguin flannel jammies, old ratty robe, and hubby's slippers because the driver has asked to speak with me about my the youngest boy's actions while he rode the bus. Utter humiliation for the child, yup. Will he act up again on the bus...probably not. LOL Yes even though I am a stay at home mom, which seems to be more accepted in society, I understood, agreed with, and nodded along with these essays. You see it doesn't matter who's at home, mom or dad, we deal with the same issues, challenges, and we enjoy it. So the next time you meet a stay at home dad, don't think less of him, shake his hand and congratulate him for choosing what I think is the most rewarding job there is. Yes it is a job, without a paycheck, no vacation time, but none of that matters when the kidlets snuggle up, give you smooshy kisses and say you are the best mom/or dad in the world. Whether you are a mom or a dad or an aunt, uncle or even just thinking of having kids, you need to read this anthology, it is worth it and I can't wait to read more. (hint hint Jeremy, start planning the next installment please)