Heather Busby


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Smashwords book reviews by Heather Busby

  • In Too Deep on July 28, 2013

    *I received this book from LOP in exchange for my honest review* First of all holy mother of pearl, this book was freakin amazing. I was immediately sucked in to the storyline and plot, I had a hard time even putting this book down to go to sleep. Fallon is such a phenomenal character, and the description of her appearance down to the details of her tattoos was amazing. I wish I could have tattoos like that. Needless to say this story kept enthralled, especially with Fallon's and Brody's romance. My goodness they were smoking hot, everybody needs a Brody in their life. I loved this story and can't wait to read more. I definitely encourage anyone who enjoys paranormal books coupled with a super steamy romance to read this book.
  • Pack Law on Aug. 10, 2013

    *I received a copy of this book for free from LOP in exchange for my honest review* From the beginning I was completely entranced by this fast pace love story. Ava who is a respiratory therapist at a local ER, gets kidnapped by the very man she is trying to save. Tristan is a werewolf who has been shot with silver coated bullets, and is in a race for his life. So Tristan carries Ava out with him to travel back to the pack's home, to remove the bullets out of his body so that he can heal. During her meeting and short stay with Tristan, she finds herself drawn to him and wanting him. All I can say is that this story was so freaking hot, I had to wipe the drool off my chin. The only thing I wish is that I could've had a more in-depth with the characters, so I could understand them better. All in all this book rocked, I absolutely loved it!
  • Water's Blood on Aug. 13, 2014

    I received this book from LOP in exchange for my honest review. It took me a little bit to get into this story, but once I did boy was I hooked. This story set in New Orleans in which the author gives such good descriptions of the town and surroundings you can actually picture being there, the details were absolutely amazing. While reading this book I found myself smitten Cristos a fallen angel, who I just rooted for to do good and turn away from evil. As the story begins we meet Brooke a water elemental who feel in love with a human Alex which is forbidden by Universe. Together they have a half human half water elemental child Ella, who Brooke is forced to watch grow up from afar because Universe doesn't allow contact with her child, but with fallen angels reaping souls and the clan leader Soran coming back into the picture Brooke must fight to keep her daughter safe. Ella complete with your typical teenaged angst, is lead astray by Dominick a soldier under Soran's command. Ella who is happy to finally get to experience life is unable to comprehend what is so wrong with being with Dominick, until it is to late. I loved all the detail in this book especially describing the elementals and fallen angels. I loved it and recommend this book to anyone who loves a good paranormal story.
  • Raging Fire on Aug. 19, 2014

    I received this book for LOP in exchange for my honest review. In book two we get to follow Phoenix the fire elemental as he has to learn that all of his actions have consequences. Abby an ER physician dedicated to her job, has to learn to let go of the past and to live her life again. Universe wants Phoenix to get close to Abby so that they can save more souls from the fallen angels. I love how the author can actually make you empathize with the fallen angels when they fail Lucifer and he inflicts his torturous punishments on them. I wish Cristos could've been saved from Lucifer's wrath, but in this installment we only get a brief at him and the punishment he is having to endure. This was a fast read that kept me entranced from start to finish, definitely a series I want to follow until the very end!
  • Earthbound on Aug. 20, 2014

    I received this book for free from LOP in exchange for my honest review. Book three of the Elemental Clans, and heaven help me it is the hottest one yet. In this installment we get to follow Terran an earth elemental who has been tracking the fallen angel clan the Acobi who have been capturing young girls in underground caverns. Never one to break the rules that Universe has put forth, Terran has never really had much interaction with humans that is until he saves Sadie from the Acobi. He finds himself strangely attracted to Sadie and unable to let her go even when she does things that are less than desirable. In the midst of his desire to be with Sadie, he is instructed by Universe to get to know Kelly a real estate developer who is wanting to build near the tunnels the Acobi are trapping teenage girls in. This story kept me on the edge of my seat wanting to tell Terran myself that Sadie was evil and that he should be with Kelly. My only regret is that I wish I could've got to see more of Kelly and Terran's relationship unfold before the end of the story. As always Elaine Calloway has written a captivating story leaving me begging for more! This has been a fantastic series to read so far, and I am anxiously awaiting the next book!