Barely Breathing, by Heather Allen/Three Star Review


As usually happens with follow up books, I preferred the first installment in this series. It was still a really good book and it played the story out very well. It was well-written and engaging, but I couldn’t help but feel the ending was a bit hectic, and I would have liked it better if there was less of a cliff hanger and more of a wrap up. That’s just my personal preference, of course, and I do have to say that if nothing else the ending makes me desperately want to grab hold of the third (and unfortunately, last) book in this series! I simply have to know how everything pans out for the characters, and I must know what happens after… well, I can’t say after what, but those of you have read this story know! All in all, it was a very good read, and I can’t wait for the next one. I would highly recommend this book who enjoys a good paranormal romance or a cliff hanger ending!

*This review was one by Chelsea*


Purchase on Amazon

Just Breathe, by Heather Allen/ Four Star Review


All I can say is…wow. The story had plot twists and turns by the zillion, yet they were all carried out in such a tactful way that it didn’t confuse or annoy me. As a matter of fact, I was poised on the edge of my seat for the entirety of this book, which I finished in record timing because I simply could not put it down. When I first began to read this story, I’ll admit I had no idea what it would be about. I often pick up books before reading a blurb or anything. Then, once I began getting into the story, I admit I thought “oh no, this is going to be that same old new age paranormal romance crap.” I know, I’m so ashamed I even thought it. This is not the same old new age paranormal romance crap.(I’m honestly a fan of the paranormal romance thing, but I feel some things have been way over done). This book is amazing. The only reason I gave it four stars instead of five is that a little bit of the wording was a bit hard to read. Not much, but a little. Truthfully, I’d give it a four and a half if possible. I’d recommend this book to anyone who enjoys paranormal romance, and I think it would actually be appropriate for everyone around age 13 and up. It is not a graphic romance, but rather sweet…and definitely shocking.

*This review was done by Chelsea*

Holding The Link, by Hope Wesh/Four Star Review!


Holding The Link is the sequel to Linked. As always turns true with sequels, I did prefer the original to this one, but I definitely wasn’t disappointed. The story came to a wonderful happily-ever-after ending, after a lot of turmoil, with plot twists and turns all along the way. The way that the book ending kind of left me hoping that there will be just one more book, based around Lana and Cole’s son. I’m intrigued over how he will grow up, being what he is and having the parents that he has. All in all, however, I was very pleased with this book. I really couldn’t put it down because from the very start of the book, I was pulled into the story. It picks up where the last book left off,and it sufficiently tied up all of the loose ends. The steamy scenes were a huge bonus, of course. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good romance, paranormal romance, or a happily-ever-after ending. It does have explicit scenes and some mild foul language, so I would not recommend this book to anyone under the age of eighteen.

*This review was done by Chelsea*