I am a blogger and owner of Eskimo Princess Book Reviews. I am a stay-at-home mom of 3 beautiful children, and Stepson. (2 teenage boys, an almost teen daughter and a young little girl) I am happy married to my own bad boy-muscle man. I love to read just about any kind of book, except horror stories. I love fast & loud cars, and watching my sexy husband work on fast & loud cars.
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- Awakening His Duchess
on Sep. 13, 2013
At first, it took me a bit to get into the story but once I did I didn't want to put it down.
Story is a little dark and gothic at times, but adds flavor to the mundane historical romance novels. I liked the change from normal historical romance reads to this.
Yvette was very young and in love with Beau and then thought she lost him. She remarried and built her family. After several years and slave revolution she goes to England to get help from Beau's family.
Beau returns and you can see the chemistry between them is still there but so is 8/9 years of separation and hatred. It takes alot to work through the issues that each have or thought was there.
I enjoyed the romance, the gothic parts and the action in the story.
- The Mystic Wolves
on April 24, 2014
I was very happy to grab up this book while it was free, it was one I had been looking forward to reading. I was not disappointed at all.
Starts out fun, funny and spending time with family/pack. Things change though, and you go through just as many emotions as Darcy and Mason.
I loved that no mater what, Mason always showed Darcy how much she meant to him. Even when he was hurting and needed the emotional support. Although, he would never show it, since he is the alpha.
Lots of twists and turns, and just when you think things are going to be ok-Bam! something else happens.
Darcy, Mason, Daniel and Delvin are a great team!
The end shocked me just as much as I could feel the shock in Darcy. I can't wait to read more.
- Love, Lies, and Deception
on May 20, 2014
I would give this 3.5 stars.
The story was very well written. The title fits perfectly, there is lots of lies and deception going on, but you don't realize the full extent until close to the end.
There were parts were I thought I had things figured out, but then something else would happen to change it.
I did feel like Alec was borderline stalker when he told Marissa about knowing things about her. But she would watch him as well, although she didn't know ANYTHING about him. When they got together, it happened so fast!
We got our HEA, but I still have questions. Like what happened with Emily? Did Marissa ever go home to visit her sister? Do the girls move as planned?
It was a well written story, and very good read; yet there was just something that made me not love it. And I am not sure what that was
- The Rebel - A Highlander Short Story
on March 03, 2015
A very good short read. This is a short story related to the author's Highland trilogy.
This book is great to fill in a gap of reading, if you just don't know what to read.
Short and sweet.
Has battle, and a quick love story.
Great read for Highlander lovers.
- College Show and Tell
on March 08, 2015
This was actually kind of hot. I would have liked a bit more.
Would actually make a great porn video. lol
- Lord Coleraine's Scandalous Offer
on June 19, 2015
Yet another book that took me forever to read, but I am not blaming the book this time. I think its me, but it did feel like I would never finish.
This book felt like it was never the end at about 30% yet it was far from it. I know it wasn't just me that feels this way. Am I?
Not that this wasn't a good story, cause if you take out some of the extra stuff and what to me just felt like repeating, it was good.
Tess fought a good fight against succumbing to Lord Coleraine. I loved how she thought the best in him no matter what. What I couldn't stand was how Lord Coleraine put himself down, more or less, about how decent he was or the good guy through out the whole book. Never once would he admit to any good deeds he did, even when those were thrown in his face.
Just a bit of mystery, like who is the killer. Someone is out to make Lord Coleraine look like a killer. And lots of talk about Tessa and Lord Coleraine having a scandalous affair, but no real "smut" or sexual acts in this book. So no worries for the younger people to read, this could be ok for a late teen to read.
The writing is good, but to me way to much "fluff" in the book.
- Christmas In High Heels
on Aug. 13, 2015
Way too short even for a novella. I don't feel like I got any kind of story out of this. It was just Maddie and her man sitting on the sofa and getting interrupted by the doorbell. The only good thing was the present they got Christmas morning.