Airicka Phoenix

Biography

Romance addict, Airicka Phoenix lives in a world where unicorns, fairies and mermaids run amok through her home on a daily basis. When she's not chasing after pixies and rounding up imps, also known as her four children, she can be found conjuring imaginary friends to play with. Airicka is the prolific author of over eighteen novels for those who crave strong, female leads, sexy alpha heroes and out of control desires. She's a multi genre author who writes young adult, new adult and adult contemporary and paranormal romance.

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Email: AirickaPhoenix@gmail.com

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Smashwords book reviews by Airicka Phoenix

  • Enchantment (The Channie Series Book One) on Nov. 01, 2011

    I finished this book in one day. It was so sweet and heartwarming. I think Charlotte Abel did a fantastic job creating a world inside our world. Her characters are rich and so 3D. The plot was unique and the flow of the story was fast pace and captivating. If I had any doubts about this story at all, it would be my dislike for Channies’ parents. I can’t say I feel overly bad for them at all. But even that was so in character with what was going on that it was hard to see it as a downside. A wonderful read and I look forward to reading more from this author in the future. Airicka http://airickaphoenix.com/Author/?cat=10
  • The Conduit on Oct. 16, 2012

    This book was generously donated to me by the author, Stacey Rourke, in return for a fair and honest review. The Conduit was an interesting read. It’s about a girl, Celeste, who, with her siblings, move to live with her grandmother (who I loved!). I really liked Celeste. She wasn’t the angst-filled teenagers I’ve been seeing fill every book. She was strong and funny and quirky in a way that I can totally appreciate. Her sarcasm touched my heart and made me want to adopt her. Everyone in the family, Kendall (the sister) and Gabe (the brother) and grandma had their own personalities. They had their own flaws. They were real people. The only other author I’ve seen build characters like this is JK Rowlings and you guys know how much I love my Harry Potter! So, I was given four days to read The Conduit (book 1) and Embrace (book 2). All I can say is that the end left me very glad I had book 2 in hand. Otherwise, I would be grumpy right now. Ms. Rourke leaves us in a position where you’re like, No Freaking Way!! There was a moment of panic before I remembered oh way *ha* I have book two *wipe sweat* Whew! This book was very fast paced with lots of action, humor and family bonding. I think the later was my favorite part. There were hints of romance, but it wasn’t as romancy as I like personally. I think there could have been a little more. Even then, the way Ms. Rourke has everything placed, you KNOW book 2 will be a blast. Other than that… this book is perfect for anyone looking to stay glued to their chair. I couldn’t put it down, not when I vacuumed, not when I cooked… I even washed dishes and read this (I am super talented, and determined, like that). Plus, this book was just worth every second.
  • Destine; The Watcher's Trilogy Book 1 on Oct. 16, 2012

    This book was generously donated to me by the author, Katherine Polillo, in return for a fair and honest review. Disturbingly twisted doesn’t even come close to describing this novel. I read it in a single night because it was just too traumatic to stop, to look away. This is, in my opinion, not a book for everyone. It’s dark, much darker than I find a lot of YA authors write. I personally liked that. It wasn’t grotesque or over the top horrific. It was beautiful woven. Michelle is our heroine. She’s a 17-yr-old high school student. And her best friend, Cami. Then we meet Gabriel Mr. omg-swoon himself and everything changes. This book was incredible. It was beautiful. It was dark and twisted and it was romantic and I loved Michelle. I usually have a very hard time liking the female lead, but she was perfect. Ms. Polillo did an amazing job with this book and I look forward to more from her in the future.