Becca Vincenza


Becca Vincenza lives in wonderful Michigan. She has an obsession with candy, her animals, and of course books. When she's not wearing her author hat, she's working to pay off her student loans for her acquired English degree.
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Demon Ash
Series: Resurrection Chronicles. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 61,120. Language: English. Published: December 5, 2017 . Categories: Fiction » Romance » Fantasy, Fiction » Romance » Paranormal » General
The world is nothing like Mya remembers. While in Ernisi, cites have been bombed and burned in an attempt to stop the hellhounds and the plague. With Drav's help, Mya reunites with her family, but they are far from safe. Marauders, hellhounds, and the infected are doing their best to destroy what's left of the world, and it's up to Mya and Drav to save it.
Demon Flames
Series: Resurrection Chronicles. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 55,430. Language: English. Published: September 5, 2017 . Categories: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal » General, Fiction » Romance » Fantasy
As hellhounds continue to roam and the zombie plague spreads, Drav leads Mya to the source of her troubles—Ernisi, an underground Atlantis and Drav’s home. There Mya learns that the shadowy demons, who’ve helped devastate her world, are not what they seem.
Demon Ember
Series: Resurrection Chronicles. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 54,020. Language: English. Published: June 20, 2017 . Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Urban
(5.00 from 5 reviews)
Mya's world is falling apart. After a series of earthquakes, deadly animals surface and begin the spread of a zombie-like plague. Only hours later, huge, grey-skinned men emerge that possess impossible strength and speed, making humans easy prey. The one that finds Mya is determined not to let her escape. Although he keeps her safe from the animals, Mya knows nothing can keep her safe from him.
Dangerous Lovers
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 550,400. Language: English. Published: March 20, 2014 . Categories: Fiction » Literary collections » Female authors, Fiction » Romance » Paranormal » General
A collection of novels including and not limited to dangerous lovers, action and adventure. Blood Warrior by HD Gordon, Rivulet by Jamie Magee, Switch by Janelle Stalder, Charmed by Cambria Hebert, Dark Waltz by AM Hargove, Damaged by Becca Vincenza
Price: Free! Words: 109,360. Language: English. Published: January 31, 2014 . Categories: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal » General, Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
(3.00 from 1 review)
There are some beings in this world, long thought to be extinct. Some seek to protect them, others want control, but some . . . some are hell bent on their destruction. Audrey and Stone are about to find out it’s hard to know who to trust.

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Smashwords book reviews by Becca Vincenza

  • Hope(less) on April 28, 2013

    You will not regret it, both combined with its beautiful sculpted voice, and unbelievably beautiful love story you will have a hard time pulling yourself away from the book to oh i don't know, sleep, eat, go to the bathroom, or you know breath.... well actually you will breathe i can almost guarantee at least one loving sigh. Going into this book i was expecting this really action packed, prophecy book just because of the idea of being judged or what nots but that isn't the story really. And this is coming from a girl who usually gets pretty bored when bad guys aren't popping up at least every chapter, i mean there are a lot of books i love that don't do that but still. Anyways moving on from that thought. Words can't describe how easily i fell in love with everything about this book. I will try to keep the rest of my review not as gushy but be warned. A little on plot: I love all things werewolves, lets put that out there right now. I love them can't help it i just do. The strange thing about this book is that even if you are more of a vampire lover i think that you could handle this book, its not pushing the pack mentality too much, and it doesn't really force you into the soulmate rule, which i think is one of the greatest things about this novel. I know that Soulmate rule is used in most of all types of paranormal now, even if that isn't what is its called that is what i call it, always. Anyways the problem with Soulmate rule is that it happens fast and the characters never really get to do that whole building up to what could be a beautiful, meaningful relationship. A little on characters: Gabby: She is a foster kid, always been moved around, and on top of being a foster kid she has this problem, she sort of has that siren attraction towards men, they have talk to her, they want to get her go on date, so when she was younger and foster dads, brothers, uncles started to become to unbearable she would have to change houses again, she therefore also her trust in men sort of wavered. She is distant yes but its understandable and its not one those cold distances where the reader feels like they can't connect with Gabby. I loved her because yes she was strong and she stuck with what she believed she wanted, she was compassionate, and an amazing MC. I loved her there i don't think was a moment that i hated her. She thought things through, she was smart and considerate. Clay: New book boyfriend is found. I do want to warn you though he isn't much of a talker. Though I usually like those out going, funny MC guys i found myself loving Clay almost instantly and there is no Soulmate rule needed. Though he is silent he speaks very loudly, that like i put in here from the book is talking about him. Through his actions you realize how smart, funny, and loving he really is. Not to mention possessive without being overbearing, and protective without being annoying about it. He was like the greatest combination of a man and when he does speak he makes it count. I was swooning after him even without words, again it was all about what he didn't say and what he did for her. He is a sneaky little bastard as well because i know i have said this before but he really does crawl into your heart without realizing it. a Little on writing style: amazing, mature, intelligent and beautifully written. Now if you want a much longer version of this review because this is only bits and pieces of my long review you can check it out here on goodreads: or here on my blog thing that i do:
  • Dealing with Demons on May 15, 2013

    Wow. Okay first off, Melissa approached me and my friend who do a blog, asked us to review two of her books for her a free book in exchange for a honest review. Quite frankly I would give this book 10 stars out of 5. So with that all said and done. Here is the thing, this book went from the highest of highs, to the lowest of lows, so I have a couple different songs that i would choose for this book. First off being: “You’re All I Have” by Snow Patrol, (going with this theme for a second) “Another Lonely Day” by Ben Harper. These two because of the relationship and also the two MCs separate and together. Other songs for the book just certain points or overall are: “My Love” by Sia, “As Much As I Could Ever” by City and Colour. And lastly a little bit of “Nicest Thing” by Kate Nash for the beginning-ish of the book. What a wonderfully beautiful love story. I have never felt so lonely with two MCs then i have ever with them. It was heartbreaking at times to read because i just knew that they would just create magic together, but i could also see and understand the hesitation of Tessa. I could submerge into this story. My sister came into my room while I was curled up around my laptop reading, me and my Kindle, Kale, are arguing at the moment about putting this book on there in other words he is being a bitch and a half. Anyways she looked at me like i was crazy, but i explained, she still thought i was crazy. . Read this book. Seriously. Do it. Right now. Go on. My thoughts on plot: Someone else’s review that i read mentioned how this was a love story, and there wasn’t a whole lot of action, and its true. This is a story about a girl that needs to find love before her 17th birthday, its sort of like a harsher, backwards, Beauty and the Beast Tale which only made me love it more as i love that fairytale, its my favorite. Belle is the shit…but that is not the point of this review. While i ususally like paranormal stuff because in the midst of falling in llllooovveee there is action going on, i read this really quickly without ever getting bored. I loved almost every moment of it, and if you are a paranormal fan that likes the action there is a bit in here, do i think that should stop you from trying this book out? hell no. I think its worth your time, and you love…what? no you should love it. Anyways here is the thing Tessa needs to find a male to love before she turns 17, and while the curse is sort of glossed over at first there is reason for it, so keep going all is revealed. Secrets are kept from her, and two beings are after her. I say “beings” because the book calls them demons, well Tessa does, but here is the thing its never confirmed by Morik, and I don’t know if i want to consider them “demons” per-say. Characters: **First off, I know i have said this about Melissa in my other reviews but if you haven’t seen them, here is what i need to say. She has such a beautiful way of writing, I love everyone of her characters from them to being completely different from the last, to the point that the men are amazing, in all ways. At times in all her books the books become slightly character driven which i don’t mind at all you can have a kickass plot all you want but if your characters are non-dynamic, and have no real personality then its not worth the read. Melissa makes it worth the read every damn time. So with that said, let me tell you about the characters Tessa: Its told through her as first person, I loved her as a MC as i love all Melissa’s MCs and thankfully she doesn’t fall into the well there are slight differences from this character to a different MC that Melissa wrote about. Tessa is a little bitter, but she does try her best to make everyone happy at the same time. I love that she did try to put everyone before herself, mostly because no i am not gloating, i am like that most of times, but in the end she does try to find solutions to her problems. She is smart, she is compassionate, and when needs be stands up for herself. Her courage might be lacking when it comes to asking those hard questions, its real, its one of those things where no one wants to do it, but in the end when you need answers you do it, which she did. I really liked her, but she was stubbornly silly at times and i just wanted to yell at her, but i did see where she would think one way verses another. Morik: Okay i need to complain just for a moment: Melissa, what the hell are you trying to do to me Woman? Everyone MC boy she writes about becomes my new love, and i realize that i might never find my love and my heart breaks, then i hope i will find someone slightly as amazing as these guys are. So Morik, I never thought that he was evil, i couldn’t see it. And that one of the things that i really like about Melissa’s gents, they all share that same trait of well, you have to watch them, and you can see how much they care. They even say the most loveliest things too. Like some of my all time favorite things Morik says are: “I protect what is mine. What I like comes second to your safety.” “I don’t know what you want from me,” I whispered. He bent close, his lips a breath away from my own. “A kiss.” Swoon! Anyways so more about Morik: Now he is your average, horned, elven earred, tall, dark, being with the an odd personality. He is sort of quiet, but since he is not native-ly human he watches, and asks about normal things for us. But he blends well, he is that silent, awesome types. He is really hard to explain, he is just… well almost perfect. Protective, possessive, but not in an overbearing way. He is charming, and sexy. And and and and yes i am in love. Oh that ending! Talk about heart-wrenchingly beautiful. I wanted to die, and i wanted to cry, and i wanted to sing, and i wanted to jump up and down. I loved it from cover, to end. And as i love it, i hope that it stays as a stand-alone because its perfect.