Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesday is hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading, but got the idea from Minx at Loose Knickers & Window Lickers. Anyone can play along! Just do the following. Grab your current read

Open to a random page

Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page

BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)

Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!
Just a short one this time. From Insatiable by Meg Cabot:
P. 51 "Meena." Jon loved his sister.
But she was totally, completely insane.
And she always had been.
Meena shook her head. "Jon. You know I can't help but love her. But she's trying to fix me up with some Romanian prince her husband's related to. Come on."

Monday, August 30, 2010

Leigh Duncan debuts with a stormy love story

The Officer's Girl
Publisher: Harlequin American Romance
cover art copyright: Harlequin Enterprises, LTD
review copy purchased via Turn the Page bookstore (online version)

Debut Harlequin American author Leigh Duncan’s debut novel The Officer’s Girl, sees a Ohio native, Stephanie Bryant moving to Cocoa Beach, Florida to accept a position as Space Tech's head of Human Resources. The only problem? The day she moves in a hurricane heads straight for Cocoa Beach, and the whole town is evacuating. All but Stephanie, who has no idea the storm had any chance of coming ashore.

Enter Cocoa Beach policeman Brett Lincoln who, when he tries to explain this to the feisty brunette, can't get a word in edgewise for the first ten minutes. Rightly flabbergasted by what Brett has to tell her, she high-tails through evacuation traffic to Orlando, meets and rides out the storm with some of Brett's best friends. From there, Brett and Stephanie keep running into each other, and it seems fate is definitely at work as the two quickly move from combatants to friends, into a Relationship with one another. But, can they weather each others' foibles? Or will the end up tangled up in Hurricane Arlene's wreckage? You'll have to read to find out.

I had the privilege of attending Ms. Duncan's workshop when she visited a meeting of the Tampa Area Romance Authors back in October of last year, and so I couldn't pass up the chance to purchase The Officer’s Girl when she participated in a group signing with author Roxanne St. Claire and others at Nora Roberts' Turn the Page bookstore. It was well worth the price, in my opinion, as it is an endearing first effort, the minor characters (particular Tom's twin girls) so adorable.

In fact, my favorite line in the whole book comes from them. P. 203. When the toddler Barbara sees Brett cradling a young boy he'd help around a picnic that day, Ms. Duncan wrote this adorable line: "...Barbara scrambled out of her seat and onto Brett's lap, framing his face with her two little hands. "No Unca Brett, No boys." *giggle* Just so adorable! So my rating for this one:

Since Harlequins don't stay on the shelves long a reader might not be able to purchase this one at any local stores (I could be wrong); but if you'd like to try it out, you can definitely find it at the Harlequin website here, or at Amazon, or Books-a-Million, or Barnes and Noble. If you like sweet romances, you will not be disappointed Leigh Duncan's The Officer’s Girl.

(As usual, a slightly different version of this is up over at my Examiner pages. if you wish to give it a click you may do so here. Thanks! :))

Sunday, August 29, 2010

To the YA readers

Poor Day at Paperback dolls  is looking for a book title she can't track down. Darned if I know what it is either (Charles de Lint maybe?). I'm not sure. Do any of my readers think they recognize it, please go leave a comment at Paranormal Obsession's page here:

Good luck, Day! I hope you find it!

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

weekly mailbox

Since I seem to be missing these by a mile, let's start a new trend, how about a weekly mailbox roundup? Post it any day you like, but just once a week. OK? :) Here's mine:

This week I received an ARC of the soon to be released A HonkyTonk Christmas by Carolyn Brown from the fine folks at Sourcebooks.

Along with a couple Erotica/paranormal romances I listed on my other blog. So what'd y'all get?

More Battle of the Sexies stuff

Book Faery's having a grand ole time over at her site. LOL There's a Jennifer Ashley post (and giveaway) here. One with Karsten Knight,author of the (forthcoming in summer 2011--yeah, a whole year away) Wildfire, here, one with romance/sff/paranormal author Rae Lori, here, and quite a few more. Do check out the lucky gal's blog for more.

Monday, August 23, 2010

Smart Chick Kick it Tour

I just heard this, several YA/UF authors have gotten together for a book signing tour. Authors include Kelley Armstrong, Melissa Marr, Casandra Clare and others. Alas they are not coming close to my hometown, but if you're in Arizona, California, Illinois, Mississippi, Ohio or Texas, they'll be there. The complete list, according to their press release is:

Smart Chicks Kick It Tour
September 13th, 2010 - September 25th, 2010

September 13th, 2010, 7 PM @ BOOKPEOPLE, Austin, TX

Appearing: Kelley Armstrong, Melissa Marr, Alyson Noel, Holly Black, Rachel Caine, & Cassandra Clare

September 14th, 2010, 7 PM @ B&N THE WOODLANDS, Houston, TX

Appearing: Kelley Armstrong, Melissa Marr, Alyson Noel, Holly Black, Cassandra Clare, Kami Garcia & Rachel Vincent.

September 15th, 2010, 7 PM @ The Refuge, hosted by BLUE WILLOW, Houston, TX

Appearing: Kelley Armstrong, Melissa Marr, Alyson Noel, Holly Black, Sarah Rees Brennan, Margaret Stohl & Cassandra Clare

September 16th, 2010, 6 PM @ Plantation Commons, hosted by LEMURIA BOOKS, Jackson, MS

Appearing: Kelley Armstrong, Melissa Marr, Alyson Noel, Holly Black, Cassandra Clare, Jessica Verday & Sarah Rees Brennan

September 17th, 2010, 7 PM @ Scottsdale Civic Library Auditorium, hosted by POISONED PEN Phoenix, AZ

Appearing: Melissa Marr, Alyson Noel, Kelley Armstrong, Holly Black, Sarah Rees Brennan & Kimberly Derting.

September 18th, 2010, 6 PM, Menlo Park Library, hosted by KEPLERS, San Francisco, CA

Appearing: Melissa Marr, Alyson Noel, Kelley Armstrong, Melissa de la Cruz, & Kimberly Derting

September 20th, 2010, 6 PM @ VROMAN'S, Pasadena, CA

Appearing: Melissa Marr, Alyson Noel, Kelley Armstrong, Rachel Caine, Melissa de la Cruz, Rachel Vincent, Margie Stohl, Kami Garcia & Mary Pearson

September 21st, 2010, 7 PM @ Encinitas County Library, hosted by MYSTERIOUS GALAXY, San Diego, CA

Appearing: Melissa Marr, Alyson Noel, Kelley Armstrong, Mary Pearson,  Rachel Caine, Rachel Vincent, Margie Stohl, Kami Garcia & Carrie Ryan

September 22nd, 2010, 7 PM @ Ventz Concert Hall at North Central College, hosted by ANDERSON'S Chicago, IL

Appearing: Alyson Noel, Kelley Armstrong, Melissa Marr, Jackson Pearce, Jennifer Lynn Barnes, & Carrie Ryan

September 23rd, 2010, 7 PM @ BOOKS & CO AT THE GREENE, Dayton, OH

Appearing: Alyson Noel, Kelley Armstrong, Melissa Marr, Jackson Pearce, Jennifer Lynn Barnes, & Kami Garcia

September 24th, 2010, 7 PM @ JOSEPH BETH Cincinnati, OH

Appearing: Alyson Noel, Kelley Armstrong, Melissa Marr, Jeri Smith-Ready, Jennifer Lynn Barnes & Margie Stohl

September 25th, 2010, 2 PM @ CHAPTERS BRAMPTON (Toronto) ON

Appearing: Alyson Noel, Kelley Armstrong, Melissa Marr, Melissa de la Cruz,
Jeri Smith-Ready, Kami Garcia, Margie Stohl & Jennifer Barnes

More details at their Smart Chicks Kick It site, here.

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Incapacitate me

Also, I hope to have some new reviews for you this week, but my carpal tunnel's doing a number on my typing hand. :( I may need to take a short break. But I have Leigh Duncan's new one almost read and ready to go. Just bare with the pain, please....Thanks.

ARCs Galore giveaway.

Just found this today, so ...sorry for not adding it to the weekly giveaways list. For the YA lovers, Carol's Prints has an awesome YA ARC Giveaway, go here to see. Open internationally, ends September 6. Good luck, all!

Hopping again.

Book Blogger Hop

Yep, that time again. This time the question of the week was:
How many blogs do you follow?

Surprisingly (at least it was surprising to me), I didn't realize it was this few, only 99 (well, now, over 100). I do check as many as possible every day. Or at least every few days, those that have new content popping up in the google read thingy.
And for the blogs I've found:
Aria's Dark Musings
Tome's Devotee
Read It In 7 Days
Starmetal Oak Book Blog
  And, another SF Fan (woot!) On a Pale Star

So, again, some really nice work, folks. :) I hope ya'll found some good ones this weekend.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Another win Wednesday

Demon Lover is giving away some books over on her blog, a copy of The Hunted of 2060 by
Ami Blackwelder here; Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare, Deep Kiss of Winter by Kresely Cole, and Nature of the Beast y Hannah Howell in her 400 follower giveaway

Louise Marley at Bitten by Books

Author of Mozart's Blood is over at Bitten By Books right now (with a Kindle giveaway). Go here:

Monday, August 16, 2010

Paula Quinn introduces some Ravishing Highlanders

Ravished by a Highlander
cover art: Franco Accornero
review copy provided for my review by the fine folks at Grand Central Publishing

In Ravished by a Highlander, the first book in the new Children of the Mist series by Paula Quinn, the author introduces the reader to the MacGregor clan, by way of the dutiful Rob. He and his companions are on the way home from a raid when they run across a set of thugs attacking an abbey. Stopping to assist a severely wounded soldier, he learns these men are truly after only one novice nun: a young woman by the name of Davina Montgomery. Rob saves the helpless young maid, and decides to accompany her to safety.

But the girl only serves to puzzle him. Why would Protestant troops attack an abbey? Why would that dying soldier imply Davina was so incredibly important? Why won’t Davina tell her whole story, explain why she seems to know so much about English politics, and particularly, King James?

Davina’s got big issues, and even bigger secrets. The fact that she’s falling in love with Rob as they traipse across the landscape—erm, travel back to Rob’s mountain home, only serves to complicate matters. I won’t give away her secrets; you’ll have to read the novel to find out what she’s all about.

I have to be honest, you know by now I have issues with “historical” laced novels (sometimes lots of  bite my tongue, yell at the author for their mistakes, issues), and this one was no exception--except that it didn't bother me all that much.Yes, I know you'll be shocked to hear that.  But I really, really enjoyed Paula Quinn’s Ravished by a Highlander very much. The relationship between Davina and Rob, the plethora of loveable secondary characters, and What Might Happen to Davina and Rob, were very compelling. Some bits even made me laugh (when Colin and Finn’s names appeared for the first time, I had to wonder, did Ms. Quinn ever watch the WB/CW TV show Gilmore Girls?).

All in all a fine read, and I look forward very much, to the forthcoming sequel, Seduced by A Highlander, about Rob's brother Tristan. (Although, I really hope Ms. Quinn is considering novels starring Colin and Will!) If you love historical romance, I think you will enjoy Paula Quinn’s Ravished by a Highlander. So my grade for this one? mm....

As always, if you’d like to try this title out, it can be found at any of your nearby bookstores, or online at Amazon, barnesandnoble.com, borders.com or booksamillion.com.

Oh, yes, there's another version of this review over at my Examiner pages, if you care to give it a click? Please feel free, and thanks so much! Enjoy the read.

monday mailbox (August 16)

This Meme conceived by Marcia at the Printed Page.

Well, I didn't get these in my mailbox perse, but I picked them up from the freebies table at my writers' meeting, so...

Seduced by Shadows by Jessa Slade
Killing Me Softly by Maggie Shayne.

Also, I received a few ebooks from erotica author Desiree Holt (AKA Judith Rochelle, whose fantastic book Target I reviewed last week). She was tickled with the review *waves to Desiree* so sent me two ebooks: her newly release Paranormal Lust Unleashed and the currently available Do You Trust Me? So those will be added to the Soon to be read list. What'd y'all get?

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Attention all Tampa Bay writers

Deep Carnivale (Tampa's premiere literature festival) is open for auditions. Details in my article at the Examiner here:


Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Reviewing Target by Judith Rochelle

by Judith Rochelle
publisher: The Wild Rose Press
cover artist:  Kim Mendoza
review copy purchased from The Wild Rose Press

In her romantic suspense novel, Target, Judith Rochelle sets her heroine Kathryn Holt into the middle of mess. When Kathryn visits her late father’s Tampa law firm, she overhears a conversation she shouldn’t. Her father’s partner—and coincidentally her fiancĂ©—Peter Fleming is having a little late night chat with someone, in which they are planning to kill her, as she is in the way of their “business”. Panicked, Kathryn snatches a small flash drive from the firm’s laptop computer, and escapes Tampa—and Peter’s clutches—just in the nick of time.

But they know she’s got that flash drive and because of what precious information it contains, Peter and his cohorts (a very large drug cartel) go into overdrive searching for her, something that doesn’t escape the feds after them. Despite her attempts to hide, the cartel will do anything, go anywhere to catch the meddling Kate (as she's now calling herself), before she and the flash drive fall into the wrong hands.

Unfortunately, Kate’s a wee bit smarter than they anticipated and always one step ahead of them. Somehow, she makes it out of Tampa alive, all the way to Texas, where she ends up on the side of a highway in the middle of the night, with a broke down excuse for a car, a bad case of nerves, and assisted by Quinn, a man who has had his own bumpy road in life—and soon Kate is head over heels in love with him. And Quinn, well, he’s the one man Peter and the drug cartel fear even more than the federal agents on their butts. (hehe) But they still want that flash drive, and they just might go through any obstacle to get it, no matter how many people die in the process.

In Judith Rochelle’s Target, I found a lot to love. I know, I know, I say that all the time, but hey set it in my hometown, and if it’s done well, I’ll probaby love it. This one I can say I did! :) It took me a while to get through it, being I got the ebook and we’ve been having “electricity issues” here, but, I wanted to know: Would Kate escape the syndicate’s clutches? Would Peter ever get his ego deflated, or survive the disdain of his cohorts? (and I swear I laughed a couple time—and started feeling bad at the way poor Peter gets lambasted, even though he was a rat you-know-what.) Could Quinn keep it together long enough to keep the woman he’s fallen in love with alive—and what is his story, anyway? That’s what I wondered, and no, I’m not going to tell you what happens. If you want to see for yourself, Target is available at The Wild Rose Press website, in both ebook and trade paperback format (as is the second book in Ms. Rochelle's Protector’s series—just released). Do check it out. I’m sure you will be pleased!

My rating?  I guess I'll say a straight 5 pearls again. The surprise of finding it set partially in Tampa just has me giddy, so I may be a wee bit biased because of that. ;)

At any rate, if you try it, and I hope you do, I hope you will enjoy it as much as I did! Oh and I have (yes, I know you saw this coming) a different version of this one over at my Examiner pages, if you'd please be so kind as to give it a click. :)As ever, thanks!

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme that I have just discovered, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading Anyone can play along! Just do the following:

•Grab your current read

•Open to a random page

•Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page

Make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others! Share the title and author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like.

OK, I ammended this alittle to two favorite lines from two separate pages. Oh, well... Anyway, here's mine, on this rainy Tuesday:

From Target by Judith Rochelle:(published by and purchased from The Wild Rose Press)
p.16:  "She knew Peter would be tracking her, which

meant her credit cards were useless. She had about

two-hundred dollars in her wallet, which wouldn’t

take her far, and she needed to change her method

of transportation. "
and from page 33: "If her life had been normal—normal?—she’d

have reacted to him like a cat to cream. But right

now her only concern was staying alive, and she had

no idea which side of that coin this man was on."
And which is he? :) I'm not telling....But I will say, I really enjoyed this book! :) Full review coming very soon! Until later, then. What are your teasers for the day?

Monday, August 9, 2010

Carolyn Crane's Mind Games

Mind Games
by Carolyn Crane
published by Bantam Spectra
cover art copyright Gene Mollica
my review copy picked up through the Hillsborough County Library

In Carolyn Crane’s debut novel Mind Games, a pleasant dinner out leads Justine into an encounter with an old enemy, and a flare up of her “vein star” syndrome. That awful disease that Justin is sure killed her mother. Her boyfriend Cubbie, however, knows her to just be suffering a panicked bought with the hypochondria from which she suffers. Justine successfully tamps down the panic attack this gives rise to, but the restaurant’s owner, who witnessed all this, mysteriously hands her a card and tells her he can help her control her attacks. Intrigued with the restaurateur’s offer, she returns the next day to glean what she can.

Turns out, it’s not so much that he has a cure for her, but offers a way to alleviate the attacks. If she will join his crew of slightly less than heroic crime fighters, his “disillusionists”. To put it succinctly, they’re all a little messed up, in various different ways, and they use those qualities to set the crime-ridden Midcity straight as best they can. Justine isn’t at all sure Packard’s on the up and up, but once he shows her how to “Zing” her fear into him—a thing that helps her deal with her hypochondriac fears quite effectively—well, she convinced there might be something to his idea of reforming criminals through disillusioning them (ie. psychically forcing them to see the error of their ways). Justine instantly feels drawn to Packard, who is trapped inside the restaurant by his evil nemesis, and wants to do what she can to help, even if it puts her in with some nasty criminals.

On the other hand, she’s afraid there’s something really wrong with what Packard tells her—even that he might not be entirely trustworthy—specifically when she finds out what he’s not telling her and he and his old Nemesis and why he’s stuck in the restaurant.

What’s really going on in this little messed-up crime fighting organization? You’ll have to read this one to find out.

Well now, having read Mind Games, and given you that little synopsis, I have to be honest and tell you, my thoughts on this book are mixed. Though in the beginning I was quite curious about the novel, and while, in the end did find it a compelling read. . . I have to say, the back cover blurb didn’t even begin to come close to explaining the book at all. For one thing, there is no real “wizardry” involved here. In fact, the disillusionists seem to work with a good bit of telepathy, telekensis (very much like a SF novel) and what’s known as Reiki (albeit in a reverse fashion), more so than any form of classic fantasy novel magic. In that way, it felt more akin to Anne McCaffrey’s SF Rowan novels, than any Urban Fantasy or traditional fantasy book out there.

Beyond that though, truthfully, I'm really, really, incredbily, so very sorry to say... there were things about Mind Games that bothered me, certain moments when the book felt far too verbatim-close to other previously published UF novels for my comfort. Also, there were times when I wanted to slap Justine. For as despicable as the Nemesis and Packard seem sometimes, Justine could be just as shallow and mean.  But through the encouragement of Book Bloggers Anonymous, who recommended this one to me, (and since Ms. Crane was very, very kind to stop by and comment there)I persevered. I'm in the minority with this opinion, I'm sure, and I'm really sorry I didn't enjoy it as much as they did.  But in the end, I found Mind Games compelling enough that I can recommend it. Will I read the forthcoming follow-up Double Cross? Probably... This was Ms. Crane’s debut novel so I’m curious to see how she progresses. If you’d like to try it out, you can get a copy of it at online at barnesandnoble.com, borders.com, amazon.com or whatever your favorite local bookstore or library happens to be. My grade for this one?

Sunday, August 8, 2010

debut uf author Andrea Cremer Guest post at Book Faery's Battle of the Sexies

You can see and read her post on things that bother her about romance hero/heroines stereotypes here: http://tinyurl.com/24jaumj
Something to think about, for sure...

Friday, August 6, 2010

Finally, my Radiant Shadows review

Radiant Shadows
by Melissa Marr
Publisher: Harper Collins
Cover art:Mark Tucker/Alison Klapthor
my review copy provided by Ms. Marr's publicist.

In Melissa Marr’s latest novel Radiant Shadows, that being the latest title in her wildly popular YA series, it’s the next round in her world of Faerie, and the war between the dark and light courts is heating up. This time, however, the battle centers around a mistake made by Devlin, the most trusted member of Sorcha’s (AKA the High Queen, AKA his mother-sister) court. Quite a while ago, Devlin was charged with the duty of ending the life of a half-fae child Sorcha thought might be trouble down the line. Well, unfortunately, Devlin decided against following her orders, and the result? Now the girl, Ani, has grown up, and is a member of the Dark Court, the Wild Hunt, and probably as wild a half-Fae as they come.

But that is far from the thing that makes Ani unique. No, turns out all faeries feed off human energy, but Ani, can—indeed must—feed off humans, as well as faeries of both courts, in a sort of psychic vampiric way. The dark court, on the other hand, would like to find a way to harness Ani’s power for themselves. Which is, of course, exactly why Sorcha (who’s ailing in her own way, over Seth’s return to the human world) is afraid of her, and she would still be very happy to see the girl die, before Bananach (AKA War) gets a hold of her, and uses her to bring down the whole of Faery, and probably part of the human world as well.

And now, Sorcha’s decided to eschew her duties to Faery in order to sit in meditation forever, so she can keep an eye on Seth. With that to worry about, and Bananach and her supporters after Ani, Faery will be lucky to survive, and Devlin along with it.

So there is a whole mess going on, and really, ya gotta wonder, are they really going to get out of this one in one piece? I sure did.

To find out if they do, you can find Melissa Marr’s Radiant Shadows at Barnes and Noble, Borders, or at Amazon. What do I give this one? Well, I gotta say, Ani annoyed me a bit, but I loved Devlin, Rae, and of course Seth and Bananach. ;) evil though she is. All in all, I enjoyed it and look forward to whatever’s next for them. So, I can easily give it a 4 ½

(Truthfully, this grade woulda been higher if, you know, Ani wasn’t so annoying. Sorry...)

As usual, there's a slightly different version of this review up, at my Examiner pages. Pretty please, do give it a click?

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Trailer Thursday

Trailer Thursday... I just finished Melissa Marr's newest novel, Radiant Shadows and...wow. I'll have a review up for it sometime soon (probably sometime next week. For now, though, enjoy this very snazzy book trailer for it.

Anna Small contest winner

Hiho, I hope everyone has been well. I'm sorry I'm late on this but, better late than never, right? So, to the announcement of the winner of Anna Small's little giveaway... The names have been tossed into Jed--erm, Anna's--cowboy hat and the winner is....


*trumpets and fanfare here*

We'll be getting touch soon, Marsha. I hope you enjoy the goodies. :) Thank again to Anna Small for taking the time to visit with us, and to everyone who stopped by. :)

Monday, August 2, 2010

Special guest visit

And I just wanted to point this out: later today, I'll be hosting romance author Anna Small right here at ye ole Cafe. :) You're all welcome to stop by, read her entry, say hello, leave comments and questions. :) She might even have some goodies to give away! So do come on over!

Juli's Books

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Fifty Measly Bucks (To Save A Witch) by Juli D. Revezzo, time travel, dark fantasy, suspense, Salem Witch Trials, New Adult suspense, Kindle Unlimited
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