Titnian’s Phoenix: Titanian Chronicles by Victoria Saccenti – Review by Corine Lombardi

Titanian's Phoenix (Titanian Chronicles, #1)Titanian’s Phoenix by Victoria Saccenti
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Titanian’s Phoenix ( Titanian Chronicles Book 2)
By: Victoria Saccenti
Pages: 374

This is the type of books I live for.
This is five stars want to give it six, if you are a fan of mythology and romance than you neede to come down this adventure ride with Maya our female lead.
As book two of this seres I must say read book 1 it doesn’t disappoint.
This gives me sexy and romance, adventure and intrigue.
It is so good I didn’t put it down.
The character development builds in this book that you feel like part of the story.
You will be sucked into the plot.
Victoria Saccenti is the author to look out for.
It is so good I cannot wait to read book three.

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Goddess of Everything: A Blood-Curdling Tale of Truth, Freedom, and Love by Paul DeBlassie III – Review by Corine Lombardi

Goddess of EverythingGoddess of Everything by Paul DeBlassie III
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Goddess of Everything
By: Paul DeBlassie III
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Pages: 261

This book is creepy, I wasn’t a huge fan but it stands up to its genre.
I give this four stars due to it having an amazing story it keeps you captivated and engaged.
As you keep reading you learn the power of a bond between mother and son.
Setting of a grave yard a son battles his instinct to run from the truth a family secret that can destroy everything.
This author is so descriptive that I had to close the book and take a minute but it was worth it in the end.
It isn’t a scary horror show it’s right on the brink really has you questioning what you read.
Great characters and overall story that has you gasping.
As a fan of Mark Edwards this author will be added to my collection.

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THE BOW (HER THREE IMMORTALS Book 3) by HAZEL STORM – Review by Corine Lombardi

The Bow (Her Three Immortals, #3)The Bow by Hazel Storm
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Bow (Her Three Immortals Book 3)
By: Hazel Storm
Genre:Mythology & Romance

Where oh where is book four?! This book was so good I enjoyed books two and three the most but I have to say this is a very enjoyable series. The bow is steamy and romantic and not for children.
I will always be a Grey and Vanessa fan, such an innocent soul Vanessa is a character favorite and an amazing female protagonist.
Why did the book end like that though?!
This book makes me want to grow wings!
Five stars for this quick and addictive read your not going to put it down.
I read it all the way through.
Hazel Storm has done it again with book three such a good series.

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The God (Her Three Immortals, #2)The God by Hazel Storm
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The God (Her Three Immortals Book 2)
By: Hazel Storm
Genre: Mythology & Romance
Pages: 226

Now this is the story I needed!
After reading the first book ( The Don ), it ends in a cliff hanger and this book answered all my questions for that book. This also ends in a cliff hanger but I love love love Grey & Vanessa.
You ever wonder how a sex dream would be if you were dead?!
Hazel Storm definitely has a hit with this series I prefer this book over book 1 but as a series fanatic I would recommend that you read book one.
This read gets five stars it is very well developed and descriptive and captivating and it has you rooting for love but who do you want Vanessa with.
This read brings a bit of humor that I enjoyed it was thrown in at just the right moments.
Poor Vanessa the underworld has her stuck between love and a hard place. Lol.

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The Don (Her Three Immortals Book 1) by Hazel Storm – Review by Corine Lombardi

The DonThe Don by Hazel Storm
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Don ( Her Three Immortals Book 1)
By: Hazel Storm
Genre: Mythology & Romance
Pages: 175

I am obsessed with mythology and this read put a cute little love square twist on it so to speak.
We have Vanessa as our protagonist who risks it all for her little brother Piper.
How much is your soul worth?!
Now luckily this is a book one of the series and once you are done you can jump into book two because I will say Hazel Storm will have you angry at the cliffhanger ending.
It is worth it, the overall story could have been developed just a bit stronger but again it is a series so it is okay.
Four stars and you will want to complete the series.
I wish there was more of a backstory on the gods themselves especially Grey who you will come to describe all the men in this read as sexy and captivating.
Just enough tease and build on the romance that has you rooting for love.
With love comes a price, how much are you worth?!

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Love’s Refrain (The Stardust Duet, Book 1) by KG Fletcher – Review by Corine Lombardi

Love's Refrain (The Stardust Duet, #1)Love’s Refrain by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Love’s Refrain (The Stardust Duet – Book 1)
By: KG Fletcher
Genre: Romance

I have never read a book so fast!
If you love love and time travel this is for you.
A tale of love, time and death, is time enough?
A true story that love conquers all.
What would you do if you were transported back in time.
In 1947 the female lead goes on a journey that will have you wanting to skip to the end, I almost read the last chapters first because I was captive after the first page.
KG Fletcher has a way with words describing the story in a ay that makes you feel as if you are a character right there on the page living scene to scene.
Five stars and I cannot wait until book two. I hope I get time to read this again soon.

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To be a Fae Queen (Realm Chronicles Book 1) by Tricia Copeland – Review by Corine Lombardi

To be a Fae Queen (Realm Chronicles #1)To be a Fae Queen by Tricia Copeland
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

To be a Fae Queen
By: Tricia Copeland
Genre: Fantasy, & Young Adult
Pages: 420

The development of this plot is breathtaking, with a email lead everything falls into place.
With this read you cannot go wrong, if you are a fan of Sarah J. Maas this author is a must read.
I couldn’t put this down, as the first book of a new series your going to want to read this book fast but also try to savor every word.
This book shows that it is a woman’s world and we reign supreme.
Honestly there is adventure and mystery and appropriate for all ages.
This was a bit out of my comfort zone but this is the beginning of a young adult favorite.
With five stars this read has every girl and women around the world wanting to be queen.
You can never go wrong with a Instagram ready cover.
To good to be true? It is true.

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Raven Woman’s Tavern by Laura Koerber – Reviewed by Corine Lombardi

Raven Woman's TavernRaven Woman’s Tavern by Laura Koerber
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Raven Woman’s Tavern By: Laura Koerber
Genre: Historical Fantasy
Pages: 172

This book was a good read, the first few chapters suck you in and then it hits a bit of a plateau.
The story is overall rounded to complete its POV however the plot seems a bit scattered.
This story focuses much on life lessons by highlighting realistic points that keep you engrossed in the read.
This book is the definition of don’t judge a book by its cover, the story is not so much Raven Woman’s Tavern even though that is a point imperative to the main characters story.
If you are interested in unanswered questions or a cliff hanger then yes you will not be disappointed.
This story was open and shut, easy and enticing I wish it had a bit more direction.
What does the future hold for humankind?
A story with adventurous danger with a realistic twist.
This is a four-star read worth the thought of the possible future.

“This is my bar, and I will run it however I damn well please. We’re closed because I say so.”

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Forbidden Mate (The Shadow Chronicles Book 2) by CR Robertson – Review by Corine Lombardi

Forbidden MateForbidden Mate by C.R. Robertson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Forbidden Mate
The Shadow Chronicles Book 2 By: C.R. Robertson
Genre: Romance & Paranormal/Supernatural
Pages: 239

Yes, this book is 100% 5 Stars. This book picks up right where book 1 left off.
I love that we get the story from more then one POV and the story line of even the secondary characters are so detailed that you become part of the world both vampire and Lycan.
Are you team vampire or werewolf?
The war rages on (in the background) of this amazing love story that you just need to keep reading.
It Robertson has a way of drawing you into this book a bit better then the last. Book one is BOOM right into the adventure, this story has more of a journey and once you’re in the thick of it believe me you will not put it down.
Mini romances going on that I am rooting for!
It is a story, a series that I recommend like I have said I sense a timely story that brings the idea of vampire and Lycan love to life.
You cannot go wrong with suspense, romance a touch of war with overall love.

“We need to sedate this creature and get it back to base.”

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A Divided Mind by M. Billiter – Review by Corine Lombardi

A Divided MindA Divided Mind by M. Billiter
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Genre: Fiction, Psychological Thriller & Domestic

Pages: 322


This is a MUST read! This author has you hooked before you turn the first page.

The title is understatement of the year, A Divided Mind is a novel that encapsulates you in the world of mental health & denial that has you asking for more, more and more.

Trigger warning: be prepared, this book is a mental and emotional roller coaster that in the end proves how strong family and a mother’s love truly is.

How many “real” friends do you have?

Billiter has the right idea, engrossing us into the mind of a teenage boy named Branson.

Five stars to the detail within the words that transports you into every scene as if you are not reading but watching the book play out live.

A Divided Mind keeps you searching for the answer, wondering did I miss something? It is an OMG driven book that you cannot put down.

This book is what everyone needs in their collection, it highlights real issues perfectly wrapped into the world of fiction.


“The noise was a welcome relief, because for a minute, it shut out the static.”

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