The Book Tart episode 9- Review of Dana Marie Bell’s The Gray Court series

I am still in the beautiful state of Maine for another week and I don’t have a brand spankin’ new vlog to share… But it actually works out perfectly because I have this fun video where I ramble on over Dana Maria Bell’s The Gray Court novels and I hadn’t posted it yet. 🙂 I really enjoyed this series. The Gray Court novels are erotic paranormal romance and very yummy and sweet.
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The Book Tart episode 9- review of Jeaniene Frost’s Once Burned

I devoured Once Burned in one gulp :p yum! I did not get up from my chair until I finished reading the night I got it… A work night 😉 I was sleep deprived the next day!  I have loved Jeaniene Frost since I read the first Night Huntress book Halfway To The The Grave back in 2007 . I have been addicted to the adventures of Cat and Bones *sigh* ever since. If you like a strong female heroine and a yummy, powerful vampire hero, amazing world building and a relationship that keeps on deepening and characters that continue to grow and develop- (you can’t tell I am obsessed with this series can you? ) read Jeaniene Frost!


The Book Tart episode 8- review of Maya Banks Echoes At Dawn

Well, Yum! I read the first four novels in Maya Banks KGI series and have been on pins and needles waiting for Echoes At Dawn for the last few months. It was released on July 3rd and I spent three hours on the 4th curled up in my comfy chair engrossed by this story. I don’t read very much romantic suspense… I remember picking up the 2nd book, No Place To Run at Target because it caught my eye (yummy covers) . And then I realized it was part of a series, so I waited till I ordered all the books that were out and read them all, boom-boom-pow! 🙂 I love them so much! Since then I’ve also picked up her Harlequin Desires recent releases and her McCabe historical romance trilogy… that one is still on my TBR pile. Soooo, all that to say that I enjoy the way Maya writes… I’d never read her before. But since picking up my first book I’ve been hooked by the  emotion and heart of her characters, the suspense and tension in the plots and the way her stories pull me into the character’s lives. If you haven’t read her before and you read romance, I highly recommend you don’t miss her books! Check out her site here


The Book Tart Episode 6

My rambly review of Nalini Singh’s newest Psy/Changeling book Tangle Of Need. I adore this series and loved the relationship that grew between by Adria and Riaz. Oh! and seeing what other couples we’ve read about previously, especially Sienna and Hawke. *sigh* are doing in their lives. If you enjoy paranormal romance and haven’t tried this series- run! don’t walk and grab the first one, Slave to Sensation, you are in for a great ride. I can’t wait to see where these characters and this world go next.

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The Book Tart Episode 5

Another vlog! I chat about Coreene Callahan’s Fury Of Fire and Lucy March’s A Little Night Magic   I feel a little bit like a 1950s housewife in this dress… or on an episode of I Love Lucy <g> Also, I’ve decided for my next vlog I need to make sure I’m wearing my contacts. I touched my glasses more times than I want to count :p But for the most part I liked my rambling review so I left it, DO NOT make it into a drinking game! (And I’m tired, I stayed up late last night finishing Fury Of Fire)  Enjoy.