Posts Categorized: Coyer

Coyer Winter 2016-2017: Sign-up Post

Coyer Winter 2016-2017: Sign-up Post

Coyer is a reading challenge hosted by Michelle from Because Reading is Better Than Real Life, Berls from Fantasy is More Fun and Stormi from Books, Movies, Reviews Oh My!. I am excited to announce that I’ll be participating in the Winter Coyer again this year. Coyer is one of my favorite reading challenges and I am always looking forward to the next one. This Coyer will be a bit stricter than normal, as you can only read books you got for free or for less than 1$. Luckily I have a lot of books that fit that rule, although… Read more »

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Review: Dating for Decades by Tracy Krimmer

Review: Dating for Decades by Tracy Krimmer

Dating for Decades by Tracy Krimmer Blurb: IT guru Cassie Noble can depend on networks and servers. It’s the people in her life that always let her down. With her fortieth birthday looming, she’d love to find a way to trust and commit to someone. Eager to work out her problems methodically, Cassie reaches out to her support group. Electrician Keith manages to infiltrate their all-female ranks, infuriating her with his flippant jokes and his all-too laid back attitude. The other women all find him hilarious and she can’t see why. She takes this seriously and he’s doing anything but…. Read more »

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Review: The Heir and The Human by Siobhan Davis

Review: The Heir and The Human by Siobhan Davis

The Heir and the Human (Saven #3.1) by Siobhan Davis Rating: 4 stars Blurb: Axton’s existence was a lonely one until his mother brought Sadie into his life. Now, she’s the center of his universe, and he’ll do everything in his power to protect her. But Griselda’s evil plans cast a dark shadow over their love, threatening the future he so desperately craves. With separation looming, Ax is preparing to sacrifice everything for the girl he loves. It’s a high-stakes gamble, and he needs to stay ahead of the game if he’s to outsmart his conniving mother. Sadie has been… Read more »

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Review: The Prince and the Cyborg by J.M. Page

Review: The Prince and the Cyborg by J.M. Page

The Prince and the Cyborg: A Space Age Fairy Tale (Star-Crossed Tales) by J. M. Page Rating: 3 stars Blurb: THE CYBORG Celine Velmann’s never seen the sky. Her entire life, she’s lived in the Wastelands, where brutal dust storms that fill the sky are a way of life. She’s always dreamed of the stars that she’s only seen in pictures, but even her infallible robotic arm can’t craft the technology to get into orbit, so she’s stuck on the ground. When she sees a ship crash, Celine’s drawn toward it like a magnet — maybe this is the chance… Read more »

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Review: September by Audrey Carlan

Review: September by Audrey Carlan

September (Calendar Girl #9) by Audrey Carlan Rating: 3 stars Blurb: Vegas, Viscous Exes, and Ventilators. My life felt like a fast ride on a too short highway. Coming home should be roses and rainbows, but nothing that comes out of the desert blooms free. I was most certainly not free. I’d missed my payment to Blaine, owed the last client a hundred grand I didn’t have, and my father was on his deathbed. To make matters worse, Wes was missing in action. As in, no one had seen or heard from him in three weeks. Devastation didn’t begin to… Read more »

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Review: Romancing the Null by Tina Gower

Review: Romancing the Null by Tina Gower

Romancing the Null (The Outlier Prophecies #1) by Tina Gower Blurb: There are three kinds of lies. Lies the fates spin as half truths. Lies of destined love. And statistics. As a fateless, Kate Hale is immune to the first two, but the third kind of lie is her profession. After spending years as an actuary for the Traffic Department, Kate is promoted to Accidental Death Predictions. It’s all she’s worked toward, and her career is finally on track. But when an oracle delivers an impossible death prediction and insists on her help to solve the case, she might lose… Read more »

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Coyer Summer 2016: Recap Post

Coyer Summer 2016: Recap Post

Coyer is a reading challenge hosted by Michelle from Because Reading is Better Than Real Life, Berls from Fantasy is More Fun and Stormi from Books, Movies, Reviews Oh My!. I am always sad when Coyer ends as it’s such a fun challenge. I didn’t get to participate on social media as much this time as it was a busy few months and I just didn’t seem to make the time for it. Let’s hope next Coyer I can make more time for the social media aspect again. Having said that I really had fun again with this challenge and… Read more »

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