Review of Anything But Mine
by Taryn Elliott
You are here: The Book Tart / Book Review
by Taryn Elliott
The Extraordinary Life of Lara Craft
by Lola Salt
I rarely read chick lit but… The cover and title for Lola Salt’s novel grabbed my attention. I mean, The Extraordinary Life of Lara Craft (not Croft)? Ha! I had to read it because of the name alone. 😉
And I wasn’t disappointed.
by Annie Rose Welch
Once again as I read the last page of a story by Annie Rose Welch I am in a bit of a daze. Her words sing and dance in my head along with her characters. The Crossroads IS the crossroads, the intersection of some of the plot lines that captured my heart from her very first novel. I was aching for this story. This is Gabriel and Eva’s story as much as it’s Catalina and Raphael’s… It’s a story of love, loss, fate, forgiveness and choice.
Dead Over Heels
by Alison Kemper,
“That sound they (zombies) make – “Rawwwrrr!” – it’s like T-Rex crossed with a dying cow.” (Dead Over Heels, Alison Kemper, p. 20)
Dead Over Heels was a fun teen zombie novel with a bit of a twist. The characters were well written and they developed and grew over the course of the story. There was action, drama, and love. Alison Kemper has a delightful writing style that I enjoyed immensely.
by Nalini Singh
by Christine Bell
A big brother does a favor for a little sister and ends up naked on a stage with only a pair of boxers covered in twigs and berries. A business partner takes one for the team to seal a deal and ends up buying a guy err well a date. What do these two have in common besides loving, well intentioned friends and family? A serious phobia of commitment.
by Diane Alberts
Friends, partners in crime and almost lovers Jake and Tara have what you could call a history. They haven’t seen each other in years and Jake now works for a private security company, the Shillings Agency. While Tara has turned into a sort-of modern-day Robin Hood. She steals items from rich people, which they themselves have stolen, and then returns them to the rightful owner. One of her latest targets turns out to be one of the Shillings Agency’s clients and brings Jake back into her life. He gives her a choice; jail or giving him the information on how she broke through their security.
by Mason Jame
You know how there are times in your life when you stumble upon something that is so great that you just want to savor it and hold it close and not share it? That is how I feel about Buster Voodoo. It is a book I can sit down and reread and still become enthralled in the story.
by Sandra Brown
I just finished reading Mean Streak by Sandra Brown and I couldn’t put it down! I was pinned to my chair and flipping pages as quick as I could. The intrigue, danger, and fast pace were nail biting inducing but the characters are what made me care. I worried about Emory and her mystery man and I needed all the strings to be untangled. Sandra Brown didn’t disappoint me. 😉
How To Lose A Demon In 10 Days
by Saranna DeWylde
Meet Grace, a witch who is seeking revenge. Enters Caspian, a Crown Prince of Hell. A deal is struck, the terms a bit unusual, and the story begins.
A deal with a demon, what could possibly go wrong? So very many things…