Vermilion Lies (The Order of the Senary Series Book 3) by L.D. Rose – Review by Emily Walsh

Vermilion Lies (The Order of the Senary, #3)Vermilion Lies
By L.D. Rose
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

Vermilion Lies (The Order of the Senary Series Book 3) by L.D. Rose was an engaging, exciting read, that had me hooked!

The latest book in this amazing series, I have to start with, I love the new covers. Wow, this cover was such a draw, that if I didn’t read the first two books, it would have been like a fly to honey. That a side, this book was fast pace, action packed and it hit the ground running. Like the other book, this one was full of solid characters, compelling plots lines, that were both complex and multi layered. I love Dax, he’s hot, strong, badass and just wow, I want a Dax, like I would fight Cindel for him. Mind you I’d probably lose, but hell, I would have given it my dirtiest try.

In all seriousness, I love them as the MC’s, and as love interests. They fit well, it felt natural, and I love the progression. It didn’t felt force, nor did it over-power the story line. It has a natural feel, and it added to this already pulling story.

Man, I can go one about this book, this series, but I don’t want to ruin anything, so I’m going to leave you with my super high recommendation and my golden stamp of approval, that you need this book/series in your life.

Happy Reading

-Review by @eawalsh

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Obsessed (Lila Casey Series Book 1) by J Collins – Review by Emily Walsh

Obsessed: Lila Casey Book 1 (Lila Casey Series)Obsessed: Lila Casey Book 1
By: J. Collins
My Rating: 4 of 5 stars

Obsessed (Lila Casey Series Book 1) by J Collins was a pretty okay read that had me smiling, annoyed and just got me in all the good fun feels.

This book was such a joy to read that I had it pretty much read in one sitting. As I said it’s fun, light hearted, and has some pretty good chuckle moments. I’ve read my fair share of vampire books, and I always love it when there’s a new spin on the lore. This author did a great job of making this read fresh and enjoyable. The romance was quick, but not overpowering, it flowed nice and once the other vampires started showing up, the story found solid footing and took off.

I will say that our MC Lila was a little hard for me to like at the start. She seemed a little immature for her age, and it was annoying. She did get better as the story when on, but if it wasn’t for Adam (our sexy vamp) then I don’t think I would have liked her at all, and might even have not wanted to finish the book. Other elements like detail and the overall storytelling was a major draw for me, and helped with the unlikeable MC. But as I have said she does get better as the story goes on, I just wish she wasn’t so, eyerolly at the start.

Overall this story is fantastically good, it’s has that quirky feel that just keeps you engaged and turning the pages. I’m definitely going to be following this series, as I believe that it’s going to be something epic. So yes, this book gets my super high recommendation and my stamp of approval.

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-Review by @eawalsh

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Dinner with The Wolf (Misfits & Rogues Series Book 2) by Kimberly Forrest – Review by Emily Walsh

Dinner with The Wolf (Misfits & Rogues Series Book 2)Dinner with The Wolf
By: Kimberly Forrest
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

Dinner with The Wolf (Misfits & Rogues Series Book 2) by Kimberly Forrest was a steamy, interesting read that had me hooked!

My first read from this author and in this series, I didn’t know what I was getting into. In saying that, I didn’t know it was part of a series at first, but the moment I read the first page I knew I missed something. Though this book did read like a standalone, there are elements that pertains to the first book, that I now need to go back and read. But overall, as the MC’s were the main focus, I didn’t feel too lost or felt like I was left out of the loop.

As for this steamy read, the author does a good job of making you not like our female MC, Vivian. I was having hard, wish she would trip and break her neck, vibes. But as the story went on, and I got to seen under her mask of vapidness, I grew to like her and really started rooting for her and Jules. Jules, he has everything you want in an alpha crazy werewolf, but it wasn’t the unlikeable kind of alpha. The protectiveness was there, but it wasn’t off putting or demanding. I love the progress of their love, and didn’t mine the quick escalation, as they have known one another for decades. This was way over due for them, and once they finally got all the misunderstandings out of the way, things got heated, in a good way.

Overall this book is a must read from me, cause I’ll tell you, I had this book read in one sitting. And as much as I love the fun conclusion, I need more from this world, as I believe the author has something epic planned. So please take my super high recommendation and my golden stamp of approval, that you will get hooked on this hot, love affair, with a touch of sexy madness.

Happy Reading

-Review by @eawalsh

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Drawing Bloodlines (The Princeton Allegiant Series Book 1) by Deborah Garland – Review by Emily Walsh

Drawing BloodlinesDrawing Bloodlines
By: Deborah Garland
My Rating: 4 of 5 stars

Drawing Bloodlines (The Princeton Allegiant #1) by Deborah Garland was a hooking, hot read, that had me flipping the pages.

My, my, I have to say for a book, that for me had a shaky start, it quickly turned itself around and quickly made me a fan. As I an a fan of this author, I was super excited to get my hands on this different book from her. As her other series is non-paranormal, I was intrigued to see what new twists, and myths this author would bring to the vampire table. I was not disappointed in the least. Fresh and entertaining, Deborah managed to breathe new live into an over saturated market, and sparked a new love for the genera for me.

The only thing that I would change about this book, would be the opening. Now it did start with a nice well place opening chapter, it was the following one, when the POV switched to Alex, that I had problems. It’s a spoiler so I can’t get too much into it, but it touch on something a little too, dark in regards to consent and “primal urges”, and in all honesty, if that scene was taken out, it wouldn’t effect the book or plot in anyway shape or form. This’s ultimately why I can’t give this book a 5 star.

Overall outside of that, this book was as I said, fresh, unique, and entertaining. It has this nice twist, and I loved the new take on the vampire mythology. Once the secondary characters got introduced, things started to heat up, and the main non-love plot got underway, I was absorbed into this read and I didn’t want it to end. The MC’s, I got nothing but love for them, and I simply loved Alex’s tone and voice. That dual POV was a key move, and one that elevated this story into something magical.

To end, and if you haven’t guessed, this book gets my super high recommendation and my stamp of approval.

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-Review by @eawalsh

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Drawing Bloodlines (The Princeton Allegiant Series Book 1) by Deborah Garland

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Genre – Paranormal Romance (Vampire/Suspense)
Page Count – 260 pages
Cover Designer – Fiona Jayde
Publisher – Soul Mate Publishing
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He had to drink her blood . . .
Even though it meant revealing the monster behind his expensive suits. Now, Alexander must report his mistake to the allegiant commander. Elizabeth’s abduction will be swift unless he convinces the single mother he’s not a threat. He can be of use to her in the dark and in her bed. But can Alexander keep Elizabeth safe when he’s chosen to mate with a vampire from his troubled past?

Look for Book 2, Guarding Bloodlines October 2019


Deborah’s childhood on Long Island, NY can be described as Cinderella meets Carrie. A latch-key kid, she spent her days after school, cooking, cleaning and looking after her younger brother to help out her very strict working parents. Those hours of nothingness sparked a wild imagination and a few invisible friends.

In 2014, she finished her first full length novel and after years of doing the whole corporate thing, it was finally her turn to make the dream come true of being a published author. Must Love Fashion, her debut novel, was a 2018 Golden Leaf finalist for Best Contemporary Romance. Now with four published novels, and two more scheduled for release in 2019, she is sharing those imaginary friends with her readers.

Her heroines are strong and witty and the heroes fall hard for them. Readers love that her characters are mature and the plots realistic. Kirkus Reviews called her Darling Cove series “promising,” RT Magazine called her work “sexy and sophisticated,”, InD’tale Magazine said her Darling Cove books are “fun, entertaining and heart-warming,” and Uncaged Magazine called her novella, a “gem of a book.”

When she’s not writing, she’s either at the gym or traveling up and down the East Coast to visit out of town relatives. In addition to a great book, she loves pugs and chocolate ad eats her bacon cheeseburgers with a Grey Goose Cosmopolitan.


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