Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Cabs lantern by Jeff Russell

This is a fun book with a touch of romance and plenty of excitement that kept me entertained! Great book to read! 


Cab Marin, owner of a struggling Caribbean dive shop, is helping marine biologist Vicki Jennings collect data for her thesis when they happen upon two amazing sights: an antique ship's lantern that continues to glow deep underwater and a massive barracuda that appears to be standing guard. Cab is a scientist at heart and these mysteries renew a passion for discovery that died out when a previous reach for the stars fell disastrously short. He commits himself to uncovering the lantern’s secret while Vicki abandons her thesis to study the barracuda. Their intertwined search for the truth endures competing priorities and a budding romance but takes a fateful turn when a local treasure-hunter concludes that they have found the gold-laden El Conquista. In a world where nature alone makes survival a challenge Cab and Vicki learn that life’s most rewarding treasures are found in unexpected places.
Cab’s Lantern blends the thrill of the unknown with the allure of credibility. It is science-inspired fiction, not science fiction, and readers who join Cab’s meticulous search for clues will learn that the lantern and barracuda have rational explanations. The characters are likewise authentic: they have troubled pasts, limited resources and find themselves dependent on others. Yet they rise above the norm when threatened and learn along the way that objectives sometimes blind us to what truly matters in life. Their story is a testament to dreamers who reach for stars

Monday, June 29, 2015

Legends Of Potentia Umbras by: Jai Angel

This book was interesting with fun characters made this book a great read! This was well paced. 

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Grace Notes by Marik Berghs

This book is very different than most fantasy books that I have read before. With a very descriptive and vivid wording made this book even better! I was not able to get off of this literary roller coaster! I LOVED this book! 

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

I cried, I laughed, I crapped myself By:Ashley Uzzell & Anette Suggs

This book with short peoms had me laughing and thinking ore than any other type of poetry that I have ever read. I thought that a book with poetry would be boring, but it was better then what I thought! I would gladly recommend this book to my friends! 


Prepare yourself for an emotional whirlwind of poetry and verse!

Two authors share poems written over many decades throughout their lives. The results are whimsical, dark, philosophical, silly, romantic, heart-wrenching and even include cats!
Whether you are feeling up, down or just plain blah, you'll find a poem in here for you.

Monday, June 22, 2015

Unbalanced by Courtney Shepherd

Unbalanced is a well balanced paranormal romance book. Written well enough to keep my attention through the whole book. With an exciting storyline made this book one that I couldn't put down and I am still looking for more. 

Synopsis: Asha is fire.

Every generation four sisters with power over earth, air, fire, and water are born to fight against a fanatical, secret faith. The Order exists only to sacrifice the sisters for their power. With each success their strength and control grows. They have never failed, for their rule depends on it.

The sisters, separated at birth, are unaware of what hunts them...but they are coming.
A handsome stranger discovers Asha in hiding, and swears allegiance to her cause. She falls for him; though he is not who he says he is. Betrayed and imprisoned inside the Order, Asha is without her power for the first time in her life.

As the war heats up haunting secrets and true motivations are revealed, but the sisters must unite and override their instincts and trust the untrustworthy if they are to fight their terrifying destiny.

Sunday, June 7, 2015

Down the worm hole by Ana Franco

This book was a page turner with wonderful and well developed characters. Kitty (the main character is a very smart girl) her personality made the book so much better! I would highly recommend this book!