Climax, by Christina George

Brilliant, funny, sweet and heartbreaking. Climax is a great love story and a highly enjoyable read! George has really taken romance to a new level with this series. Her final book will give readers everything they crave and more! Cherry Adair, New York Times Bestselling Author. Kate Mitchell has never forgiven herself for breaking Nick Lavigne’s heart. Now he’s back and he’s moved on, and it’s affecting Kate’s life more than she’s willing to admit.Kate Mitchell has everything. She’s the head of a crazy successful publishing house, engaged to the traffic-stopping sexy Mac Ellis and she’s about to sign one of the biggest authors of her career.
I mean what are the odds this girl runs into the former love of her life though publishing a book!? This book is an amazing conclusion to the saga! It’s dramatic and ironic and it keeps you on your toes, who will she pick, who does she love? Is it Mac or is it Nick who swears he’s over his former fiancé? Series of events throw Kate and other characters in this book into a state of turmoil and the end point isn’t clear, and that what makes this series so good! You never know what’s going to happen it’s so unpredictable and that’s what makes a good read in my opinion because if I can see the ending by page 50 I really don’t see the point in wasting my time on the other 500 pages, know what I mean? But this book is most certainly not one of those and is a book you should read and if you haven’t read the first books you should read those as well! Enjoy!
– thebookfairy

Link to the first book: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/16088697-the-publicist

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Owning violet, by Monica Murphy

Owning Violet is the first installment of the Flower sisters series written by Monica Murphy. Violet, the main character of the series was he rich child of a huge businessman who we meet when shes in a sad, lonely and dispassionate relationship with a man named Zachary, and hes clearly only in it to succeed in her father’s company. However she stays because he’ll stop cheating and they’ll be happy once he puts a ring on it, right? Early on in the book Zachary leaves for a new position in london and leaves Violet to the pursuit of Ryder McKay, all time bad boy of the company who can have any woman he wants and he’s now set his eyes on Violet, but are they for the right reasons?
I Thoroughly enjoyed this book , it gave you a “sitting on the edge of your seat” feeling you never knew what exactly was going to happen, because each character was always thinking something you don’t expect. as soon as you think you know what’s going to happen BAM plot twist and someone decides oh “now I actually like this person” so if you like an interesting romance with a realistic work setting and real life problems making the book a realistic book this is the novel for you!

Keep Me Safe, by Maya Banks

The first book in the Maya Banks’ new trilogy Keep Me Safe, by Maya banks centers around a psychic, Ramie, who can find murderers by placing her consciousness into the murder’s victim’s mind, and from there pinpointing their location. Caleb, the main male character, hunts Ramie down when his sister, Tori goes missing, and forces the horrible experience into Ramie. After seeing what he has done he vows to make it up to her, but when he returns to do so, she’s gone. He looks endlessly for a year until he happens upon her and a steamy romance ensues. Meanwhile, the man who captured Tori, and before her, Ramie, is on the hunt for the one that got away (Ramie) he is in her mind and he let’s her know. This puts a strain on her sanity and Ramie’s relationship with Caleb, but she will do anything to stop him, including going though another awful experience that just might kill her.
Maya Banks did it again! This is an amazing start to a wonderful series, within a day and a half of the publisher sending it to me I had finished the book. The story isn’t too out of this world in that it is tangible to actually happen with a great romantic flair and the characters are very real and raw. All in all I recommend this book to every romance, mystery, action, crime and Maya Banks book fan!

The girl who never was

Imagine having an insane father, aunts who never told you what you always wanted to know and to throw it all together in a nice poo pie a mother who wants you dead. Well in The girl who never was, by Skylar Dorset, that is exactly what the main character, Selkie Stewart has. You see her mother is an aristocrat fairy and they aren’t meant to reproduce because of a prophecy stating their offspring will end them. However, Selkie’s mother was saved by Selkie’s father who asked for a daughter as payment. To keep Selkie safe many people including her knight in shining armor, Ben will go a long way. to see just how far they will go read the book!
This was a very good twist on the blah blah seen it once seen it a thousand times fairy tail. It hourly enjoyed it and the author is very creative, she thought up a world unlike any other fantasy world, with interesting rules and ways of life. This believable fantasy will keep I on the edge of your seat and wanting more, enjoy!
-thebookfairy

Letting go, by Maya Banks

Letting Go, by Maya Banks is a book one of a trilogy; however the series is broken down so that each book follows a different character. In letting go the main plot follows Josselyn Breckenridge, who’s husband (Carson)died three years ago and she has finally decided to let him go. Dash, Carson’s best friend has been in love with Joss since he first laid eyes on her and can give her the one thing Carson couldn’t, dominance. When Joss is finally ready to let Carson go Dash jumps into the picture and sweeps her off her feat offering her everything she could ever want in return for her trust, love and submission.
I recommend this steamy summer to anyone who isn’t afraid of some kinks in their fantasy! I think it was a great book and finished it in less then a day. It’s steamy like the beloved fifty shades, but has an actual plot without unrealistic sexual scenes on every other page. Enjoy!
-Thebookfairy

Rain, by Amanda Sun review

Rain, by Amanda Sun is the second installment of the wonderful paper god series. Rain picked off where Ink leaves off and Katie is staying and she will be dammed if she gives up on Tomo. While struggling with her dangerous love life and extreme lack of Japanese, she finds secrets with Tomo and Jun that she could never even imagine. Her life is put in danger and her courage along with her love for Tomo is put to the test. I Loved this book as much as the first book and if you have tread the first book you NEED to Amanda Sun is an amazing author is incorporates Japanese in her writing that makes her style uniques, but amazing. She is one of my favorite authors because of her original style and beautify told story’s including ink and rain. Enjoy!
-Bookfairy1234

Pods by Michelle Pickett

A deadly virus hits and wipes out most of the population. The government needs to act fast so they inactive the”pod system” where scientists and government officials along with lucky lottery winners will be quarantined for a year. The main pod is for all the personal and the sub pods are for the lottery winners and hold 10 people. The lottery is rigged to accept the best and brightest of all people from 12-25. Eva is a lottery “winner” because of her English and is in a sub pod with 8 other people (one is pregnant so she counts as two). At first it’s awkward and quiet but soon they become a family and love even appears. The pods are opened and the group is split up after living together for over a year, David will do anything to be with Eva again and she him yo follow them through their struggle to be united and their fight to stay alive in a world where the virus has mutated. I can’t stress how much I loved this book!!! It was amazing the romance is sweet the sci-fy is amazing and the action is great! The book is very well written and an excellent read I recomend you read Pods by Michelle Pickett you won’t regret it! Enjoy!
-bookfairy1234