Naty Rose

Biography

Well, I'm a bookworm since I was 4 years old and learned how to read. Lately I love reading books in english althought I'm not a native english speaker but I try my best to write and speak properly. I'm in love with my kindle, I think it's the best gadget I'll ever have! That doesn't mean that I'm not into "real" books anymore, everytime I enter a bookstore I feel like a kid in a candystore!!!!!!
I discovered the pleasure of reading and reviewing this last few months. Until now I only reviewed books I've read for pleasure but now I'm starting to reviewing books for authors, obviously I look books to review that might interest me. I only give honest reviews, and based them of what I felt while reading the book, the things I liked, the things I didn't, etc.
My plans for the near future is to improve my skills as a reviewer and if everything goes alright I would love to have a blog dedicated to books, books I read and books I'd love to read and of course their reviews ;).

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Smashwords book reviews by Naty Rose

  • Rogue Hunter: Inquest on Nov. 28, 2012

    Date I started the book: 11/26 Date I finished the book: 11/27 Genre: Space Opera/ Sci-Fi Overall: Very good book, the plot was entertaining and it was very fast-paced. The characters were well written and with strong personalities. Stars: 4 out of 5 Skringler frowned and leaned in closer to her. "Maybe you're making too much of that little incident at Siliros" "Killing 300 people isn't a little incident!!!" This story is about Zyra Zanr a bounty hunter who is in debt and needs a lot of money, the only thing that could give her the money she needs is returning the terrorist Boris Skringler to The Intergallactic Alliance. Skringler is in New Venu’s prison and he was sentenced to death for breaking New Venus’s law. Zyra thought that the sentence to death was ridiculous, they were going to kill him because he was a man (men weren’t allowed in New Venus) , and not because he was one of the most dangerous criminals in the universe who killed a lot of people! She decided to risk everything that was at stake and free him from New Venus’s prison and then return him to the InterGallactic Alliance, where he would be judged and then probably sentenced to death anyway but because of what he did, not because of what he was. What Zyra didn’t know was that both governments had other plans, and nothing was so simple as it seemed to be at first... In just seconds the fate of New Venus’s habitants and the peace between the worlds depended on her... Zyra is a strong heroine and a kick-ass bounty hunter, she tries to do the right thing all the time and not to kill people who doesn’t deserve it, it was interesting to see the motives behind that attitude and some of her fears. Skringler is one bad cocky m*f*cker, but regardless being a criminal I kinda liked him. The best thing in the book (in my opinion) was how New Venus was portrayed, why the men were forbidden, the history of the place, the strength of the women, their abilities to still have children and know everything first, they are really intelligent women! But regardless how they believe that New Venus was the perfect world and their habitants were beyond perfection, it was all a lie, they still had their issues, their perverts, their criminals... The politics in this book were amazing and easy to follow and it was an important part of the plot. The only thing I didn’t like was that according to the description of the book I thought that the relationship between Zyra and Skringler was going to be full of lust, passion or something like that, and that was not the case, I was expecting all the time something to happen between them or between them and Mikaela or something that justified the “Lust and Fury” that was described, but nothing never happened (except for some scenes between Mikaela and Zyra). If you like sci-fi/space opera books read it because you won’t be disappointed, it’s a really intriguing and entertaining story full of action with strong characters and the best part it’s the twist in the end, I won’t say what it was but you’ll be expecting for more, that’s for sure! My thanks to the author that kindly send me a copy of the book in exchange of an honest review. Sincerely, I’m not into Space Opera, it’s not a genre I read at all, but after I’ve read the blurb I was too intrigued so I decided to give it a chance. I’m glad that I did because the book is really well written, and the character development was great. Thanks Kevis! :)
  • Teen Fury: Unleashed on Dec. 11, 2012

    Date I started the book: 12/11 Date I finished the book: 12/11 Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Overall: Great book, fast paced and easy to read. Stars: 4 out of 5 This book is about a 15 year old girl named Felicia who is adopted at birth, no one ever could identify their birth parents, it’s like she was materialized out of thin air, but what her adopted parents didn’t know when they found her was that she wasn’t only a baby, she was the daughter of two mythological creatures/gods, The Fury and The Mercy..... Luckily her life was pretty normal until she got her period for the first time and things started to change abruptly, she started to change and that’s when the game begins... I found myself pretty absorbed in the book, it’s very well written and the idea is pretty original, it’s not a paranormal book about mainstream creatures such as vampires, faeries, werewolfs, angels or demons, and I found that quite interesting. It’s a page turner, and very easy to read and follow. I loved all the characters, and it was hard for me trying to decide which one I liked more, Zane, Ryder or Cory, despite being a huge fan of bad boys myself, in this one I have to choose Ryder! He has all that mysterious aura around him and it’s like a mixture between bad boy and good boy and I’m looking forward to read more about him and Felicia in the future. It was a great book and the only thing that made me rated it in 4 stars instead of 5 was the end, being a series it must have (IMO) a cliffhanger, something that would make me want to read the next one as soon as possible, and that wasn’t what happened, the end is good and happy but I felt like it would be a perfect book if the end had something that would make the readers to count the days off until the next one. I was given this book by the author in exchange of an honest review.
  • Teen Fury: Unleashed on Dec. 11, 2012

    Date I started the book: 12/11 Date I finished the book: 12/11 Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Overall: Great book, fast paced and easy to read. Stars: 4 out of 5 This book is about a 15 year old girl named Felicia who is adopted at birth, no one ever could identify their birth parents, it’s like she was materialized out of thin air, but what her adopted parents didn’t know when they found her was that she wasn’t only a baby, she was the daughter of two mythological creatures/gods, The Fury and The Mercy..... Luckily her life was pretty normal until she got her period for the first time and things started to change abruptly, she started to change and that’s when the game begins... I found myself pretty absorbed in the book, it’s very well written and the idea is pretty original, it’s not a paranormal book about mainstream creatures such as vampires, faeries, werewolfs, angels or demons, and I found that quite interesting. It’s a page turner, and very easy to read and follow. I loved all the characters, and it was hard for me trying to decide which one I liked more, Zane, Ryder or Cory, despite being a huge fan of bad boys myself, in this one I have to choose Ryder! He has all that mysterious aura around him and it’s like a mixture between bad boy and good boy and I’m looking forward to read more about him and Felicia in the future. It was a great book and the only thing that made me rated it in 4 stars instead of 5 was the end, being a series it must have (IMO) a cliffhanger, something that would make me want to read the next one as soon as possible, and that wasn’t what happened, the end is good and happy but I felt like it would be a perfect book if the end had something that would make the readers to count the days off until the next one. I was given this book by the author in exchange of an honest review.
  • Teen Fury: Unleashed on Dec. 11, 2012

    Date I started the book: 12/11 Date I finished the book: 12/11 Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Overall: Great book, fast paced and easy to read. Stars: 4 out of 5 This book is about a 15 year old girl named Felicia who is adopted at birth, no one ever could identify their birth parents, it’s like she was materialized out of thin air, but what her adopted parents didn’t know when they found her was that she wasn’t only a baby, she was the daughter of two mythological creatures/gods, The Fury and The Mercy..... Luckily her life was pretty normal until she got her period for the first time and things started to change abruptly, she started to change and that’s when the game begins... I found myself pretty absorbed in the book, it’s very well written and the idea is pretty original, it’s not a paranormal book about mainstream creatures such as vampires, faeries, werewolfs, angels or demons, and I found that quite interesting. It’s a page turner, and very easy to read and follow. I loved all the characters, and it was hard for me trying to decide which one I liked more, Zane, Ryder or Cory, despite being a huge fan of bad boys myself, in this one I have to choose Ryder! He has all that mysterious aura around him and it’s like a mixture between bad boy and good boy and I’m looking forward to read more about him and Felicia in the future. It was a great book and the only thing that made me rated it in 4 stars instead of 5 was the end, being a series it must have (IMO) a cliffhanger, something that would make me want to read the next one as soon as possible, and that wasn’t what happened, the end is good and happy but I felt like it would be a perfect book if the end had something that would make the readers to count the days off until the next one. I was given this book by the author in exchange of an honest review.
  • Ties To The Blood Moon on Dec. 26, 2012

    Date I started it: 12/22 Date I finished it: 12/23 Genre: Paranormal/ Paranormal Romance / Young Adult Overall: Excellent book, great historical background. Stars: 5 out of 5 I was given this book by the author in exchange of an honest review. Ties to the Blood Moon it's the first book in the Blood Moon Series. It's a book full of intrigue, suspense, romance, werewolves, vampires and hybrids, if you like paranormal romance novels you'll love this one! It's very well written and despite being another young adult paranormal romance it has originality, I loved the historical background about the Alaskan folklore, how Gen was part of it without even know it, and how all the paranormal stuff was explained, it was everything well detailed and the characters were great. Gen was a very strong female heroine, despite being really young she kicks as***! Luna it's another of my favorites characters, she took Gen under her wing and together they started a strong friendship really quickly, and thanks to that they were able to overcome a lot of obstacles in their way. William was such a mistery at first, but so lovable anyway that I always was #TeamWilliam even when it seemed all bad. Luna's brothers were lovable as well but I must admit that I have a thing with Vampires and I'll always prefer them instead of werewolves! One of the things I loved about this book it's that the story has so many twists that you don't see what's coming next, that was what made the plot so interesting and entertaining, because you keep getting surprised until the end of the book. It was an excellent book, I loved it, once I started I couldn't stop reading it and I'll recommend it to anyone I know who likes Paranormal Novels because it was great. I'm really looking forward to read the next one and know what will happen with Gen and William.
  • Ties To The Blood Moon on Dec. 26, 2012

    Date I started it: 12/22 Date I finished it: 12/23 Genre: Paranormal/ Paranormal Romance / Young Adult Overall: Excellent book, great historical background. Stars: 5 out of 5 I was given this book by the author in exchange of an honest review. Ties to the Blood Moon it's the first book in the Blood Moon Series. It's a book full of intrigue, suspense, romance, werewolves, vampires and hybrids, if you like paranormal romance novels you'll love this one! It's very well written and despite being another young adult paranormal romance it has originality, I loved the historical background about the Alaskan folklore, how Gen was part of it without even know it, and how all the paranormal stuff was explained, it was everything well detailed and the characters were great. Gen was a very strong female heroine, despite being really young she kicks as***! Luna it's another of my favorites characters, she took Gen under her wing and together they started a strong friendship really quickly, and thanks to that they were able to overcome a lot of obstacles in their way. William was such a mistery at first, but so lovable anyway that I always was #TeamWilliam even when it seemed all bad. Luna's brothers were lovable as well but I must admit that I have a thing with Vampires and I'll always prefer them instead of werewolves! One of the things I loved about this book it's that the story has so many twists that you don't see what's coming next, that was what made the plot so interesting and entertaining, because you keep getting surprised until the end of the book. It was an excellent book, I loved it, once I started I couldn't stop reading it and I'll recommend it to anyone I know who likes Paranormal Novels because it was great. I'm really looking forward to read the next one and know what will happen with Gen and William.