I like to read books on a fairly regular basis, I am a little addicted. I generally prefer to read books of the paranormal/shifter/vampire romance genre though I do dabble in the comtemporary and m/m genre. My favourite book series of all time would have to be The Black Dagger Brotherhood by J.R. Ward.

I am currently working on some writing, it is harder than I expected it to be but is coming along nicely.

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Smashwords book reviews by Jet

  • Scent on June 13, 2011

    I was a little skeptical when I read the decription but I decided to give it a go due to my love of a previous ebook by this great writer and I wasn't disappointed in the least, so glad I read this! I was drawn in right from the start, I couldn't stop reading, even missing eating lunch because I was so involved with this story! Declan started off like such an ass and a jerk! There were moments when I just wanted to punch him in the face! Then he grew into this amazing guy and Bianca and him were so perfect together. When everything with Grant happened I was thinking Hell no! This can't be happening! There is so much action in this mixed with some steamy scenes. A fantastic, addictive read.
  • Love in the Library on June 13, 2011

    Such a cute and sweet little story, I loved the characters. It also appealed to my personal dislike of elevators haha Johnny is so adorable! Nice little quick read.
  • The Mating: The Original Law of the Lycans Story on June 13, 2011

    I was half hoping Elise would end up with Bryan rather than Kane. At the start Kane just wasn't cutting the mustard and was a bit of an ass but in the end he got better. Hate Marla! Picked her being no good from the start! Overall not a bad read.
  • The Keeping on June 13, 2011

    I liked this one more than the last one, though it was nice to read about the progression of Kane and Elise's relationship in this installment. I really liked Melody, she was brilliant, and Rayne.... Holy-hotness Batman! I cannot wait to read the next one about Cassie.
  • The Finding on June 13, 2011

    I like how characters from the previous installments are woven into the current story. I am so glad Bryan got a happy ending after everything that happened in the first book. It was nice that Marla tried to make up for what she did in the past. An addcitive read in an addictive series. I couldn't stop reading from start to finish.
  • Claimed on June 13, 2011

    This was great! Totally surpassed my expectations. I loved it, I couldn't stop reading from the second I started reading and I didn't want to stop! This was definately one of the better werewolf stories I have read in a while. I loved the characters, I love the way Flint protected Jessica right from the start. This was so well written, it flowed so smoothly and the information about the Tribe and its ways were told in a way that didn't leave you confused or feeling over-loaded with information. An amazing read.
  • Embers of Hope on Aug. 25, 2011

    A brilliant read, once I started I couldn't stop, I had to know how everything would turn out. Savanna and Jason are so perfect and it is so cute how great he is with her daughter Aubrey. The story was so well written and it flowed. Emotional and heart-warming.
  • SSIT Reports on the Different Breeds of Werewolf, Separate Species of Vampire and Human/Animal Shape Shifters By Elisha Worthall and Dr. Xavier Bell on Sep. 14, 2011

    The different types of werewolf and the differences really fascinated me, the amount of information and the in-depth nature of the work I really appreciated. When I started on the section about vampires I found myself getting sucked into the little details, why vampires can’t tolerate garlic or sunlight, it might have something to do with my vampire obsession. The shape shifter section didn’t have as much information but it was still fun to read, what I appreciated most about this was the ease of the read. I found myself thinking and asking myself on many occasions while reading this, is this real? Which I think is how you tell a good piece of writing from something mediocre. A really interesting written piece that sucked me into the science behind the paranormal we love so much.
  • Only the Strongest Survive on Feb. 29, 2012

    This was nothing like I have read before and I have to say, I found reading this just a little bit disturbing. The rape scene in book did not appeal to me on any level, I think if it had been more glazed over or just alluded to without going into the act like it did it would have been more suited for me. I just found it an unnecessary part; they didn’t particularly add anything to the intrigue of the story for me. I couldn’t connect with the lead female character Emely, she went from wanting to escape and live, to loving her captor? To loving the man who raped her, tried to kill her and held her hostage and then weeping over his death...I just didn’t understand that. Sometimes I found jumping between Emely’s old past experiences confusing to keep up with but generally it was fairly easy to read. Unfortunately, I just don’t think this was my kind of book. It was a bit too intense for my liking though I couldn’t help but keep reading to find out how everything turned out. The expression of the emotions of each character was done well and I think the atmosphere of the book was also written to perfection. It unfortunately just wasn’t my type of read, a tad too dark for me
  • From Love and Pain on May 10, 2012

    This was a nice quick, short read that I really enjoyed. I wasn’t sure quite what to expect when I read the title and looked at the cover but I was pleasantly surprised once I started reading. Adrian has spent years running from an abusive past, it shaping his existence and when his past catches back up with him, it is time for Adrian to finally end it and save the only man he has ever loved from the clutches of a psycho. The connection between Adrian and Jaxon was just wonderfully done and I was so happy that the author didn’t just end the read with Adrian rescuing Jaxon, but also continued on a bit so we could see their reunion and the progression of their relationship after all the trouble had past with Daniel. There is just something so special about m/m romance reads that I love and can’t get enough of. This isn’t overly graphic or over the top with steamy scenes so if you are interested in getting started in the m/m romance genre, this would be a good introductory piece. I'd give this three and a half stars bordering on four stars.
  • Sororate on July 27, 2012

    A little bit up and down in some parts, there is a lot going on throughout this read and quite a bit of detail gets thrown at you but I enjoyed it. Declan is still as big a frustrating jerk as ever on numerous occasions in this but I can’t help but love him for it. Declan is over-protective and stubborn, though Bianca has enough stubbornness to match and then some. When the voodoo crazies came into play it really freaked me out, I was worried for Declan and what they had planned for him and B. When Bianca kept running away from Declan and shutting herself off from him I wanted to shake some sense into her. This was a long read, but it sure ended with a real bang! It is exactly what I had hoped would happen and I was over-joyed when I read it, it left me wanting to keep reading to see what happens next. There is so much more I could say about the ending and I could gush on and on about it, but I don’t want to give it all away and spoil it for other potential readers. The style in which this is written and the tense changes can make it a little iffy to keep up with but the story itself just enthrals you completely from the start.
  • Bounty for Hunter on Jan. 09, 2013

    A fast paced read that is packed full of action, no boring filler to skip or glance over which is a plus from where I stand. There is nothing worse than reading a book and having to force yourself to keep reading through scenes that have no real relevance to the story. The scene between Keylee and Hunter in the bedroom when Hunter spies her “taking care of business” so to speak was rather steamy; the pair have some real chemistry. Keylee is a perfect female lead in my eyes; she is strong with what she had to overcome with what happened to her in the past and determined to do what she needs to do to protect Hunter yet has a softer side to balance it out. It was nice seeing how Keylee interacted with her brothers and how protective they were of her; it will be interesting to see if they get their own stories, particularly the adopted brother Thomas. The scenes changed can be a little bit jarring but they didn’t affect my overall enjoyment of the book much at all, the story just flew by and I found myself left with wanting to read more. If you like a read with a kick-ass leading woman then you should consider giving this book a try.
  • Hope(less) on April 04, 2013

    The read was a little slow to start, but once Gabby moved in with Sam and the story started to get going I was hooked! The way it was written was wonderful and the characters were great to follow and easy to connect with. I loved the relationship between Gabby and Clay, and how Clay remained silent until the very end, it made it so special and unique. I liked how Clay would mess with Gabby’s friend Rachel when he was in wolf form as well; it added some nice humour to the read that I found quite entertaining. The angle of Gabby being able to see Auras/ lights was inspired; I don’t think I have ever read anything like it before which was refreshing. I didn’t like Sam though. I felt like all he did was use Gabby or try to force her into the customs of the werewolves right off the bat before she could even adjust to her new life. I was glad when Gabby was finally able to stand up to him and do what she felt was right. Overall this was a really great read; I cannot wait to see what happens in the next installment. I give this read a solid four and a half stars.
  • Small Fry Part One on March 12, 2014

    I will start off by saying that I was really disappointed with Declan in terms of how he reacted when he found out B was pregnant. He was going so well with being a good guy and then he took a turn back to his old jerky, pig-headed ways, though he did redeem himself with how he was after his daughter was born and how he acted as a father. I did find that this read had the tendency to drag on a bit and I didn’t think that some parts were vital to the story and could have been shortened, but I quite enjoyed reading about how far Declan and B have come as a couple and their daughter Lucia. If you haven’t read any of the previous books about Bianca and Declan then I would suggest reading them prior to this to understand the other characters and their backgrounds in order to keep up with what is happening as it has such a busy plot. Over all, I enjoyed the previous stories of the couple better than I did this one but it was still a good read and I look forward to reading part two.