The Biker’s Kiss by Glenna Maynard : A Book Review

Rating: 2 out of 5.

Blurb: One kiss is all it takes to bring him to his knees and have him asking for forever.

Roane Connors doesn’t do relationships. He’s been burned before and isn’t looking to repeat past mistakes. All he needs is a warm body in his bed for the night. Someone to ring in the new year with. Julie Wilson ticks all his boxes. She’s back in town, hot, and single. When the clock strikes midnight one kiss ignites a spark this royal bastard’s not ready for.

The Biker’s Kiss is a Royal Bastards MC holiday novella.

My thoughts: This book was a free download with around 300 other books of similar genre. It is the first book I have read by Glenna Maynard.

I should start by saying that this book may need to come with a trigger warning – physical abuse and rape. The physical abuse starts from the get go but is introducing Julie, our female lead, and letting us know what she has to put up with before she finds someone who treats her how she should be treated. There are no rape scenes but it mentions non consensual sex and there is a scene which isn’t quite clear whether it happens or not.

I was excited to read this book as it seems a lot more up my street than previous books I have read of this genre. However, overall, I did feel quite disappointed by this story.
It is a short story, only taking a couple of hours to get through but I didn’t feel drawn to this book to the point I wanted to read it in one sitting so I actually read it in several sittings. There are a lot of mistakes in this book such as missing words in sentences and grammar issues which I usually forgive authors for but this book seemed to be filled with them which was a shame.

In a nutshell, we have Julie who leaves Sam, her abusive ex. He’s a lawyer and has a cop daddy so you know the type, a grade A douchebag. She moves in with her sister, Pam, and her husband, Link who are both part of a Bikers club/gang, call it what you will. Pam invites Julie out to the club for a few drinks and in hopes that her sister can forget about her ex and get laid. Well, she suceeds. She meets her ex boyfriend from when she was 15 at the bar, Roane. He’s a sexy ass biker with tribal tattoos covering his muscly arms. They flirt a while and then go upstairs and have amazing sex.

The next day, Roane and Julie declare their love for each other, Julie moves in to his apartment and then Roane, who is also a Tattoo artist, tattoos his name on Julie. What. The. Fudge? I mean, come on. One day after and you are getting a mans name on your wrist and moving him with him? The book doesn’t mention that Julie, nor Roane from that matter are batsh*t crazy, but surely you gotta be if you are doing that within 24 hours of meeting.

After the move in and the tattoo, Sam comes back on the scene and kidnaps Julie before Roane and his motorbike crew rescue her and though unclear but definitely hinted, murder Sam, and again… Julie doesn’t bat an eyelid. She doesn’t seem phased with the fact that her husband to be is potentially a murderer.

So in my opinion, I just found this story a little too farfetched and crazy (and that’s from me who reads mainly fantasy novels). There are more books in the series and I may get to reading them but I am not too sure whether I will.


As always, thanks again for reading.

Geeliz Reads ❤

Joy and Payne by Kat Baxter : A Book Review

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Blurb: Joy

I’ve left Texas with nothing more than my grandmother’s apron collection and her Christmas candy recipes to move to North Pole, NY. How I end up stranded on the side of the road in a ridiculous elf costume in the middle of a blizzard is just par for my course. Especially when the man who plays knight to my damsel is none other than Mr. Grumpy-pants AKA the hottest man I’ve ever met.

Eli

I’ve made a fortune off of murder. That is to say I’m a bestselling horror novelist and the only reason I still live in this crazy Christmas town is because my sister and my niece are here. Finding that curvy candy maker on the side of the road is the last thing I need. But I can’t leave her to freeze in her candy-cane striped tights. So I bring her home with me.

Then the snow to end all snows hits and we’re stuck together. I’ve always had a sweet tooth so keeping my hands (and my mouth) of the delectable and sassy southern girl is going to be harder than I think. And when the snow clears we might just have found where we both belong…together.

The holidays are coming and we’re heading to the North Pole — the real-life town of North Pole, New York, that is! Join your favorite romance authors for a series of standalone love stories set in a small town shared world filled with all things sexy and bright. 😉 Snuggle up with some hot cocoa and your favorite cozy blanket because you’re not going to want to miss any of what these Holiday Honeys have in store!

Thoughts: This is the second book of Kat Baxter’s I have read.
It’s a very short novella about Joy, a girl from Texts who has just moved to New York to work as an elf in a fudge store, and Eli Payne, a number one best selling author who lives in a cabin on the outskirts.

Bad weather leads to the two being together in Eli’s cabin for a few days and within that time things move VERY fast and they get together.

The writing is fun and easy to read. The characters are both likeable if not slightly under developed.

There was something missing. I’m not sure what though. It’s such a short story that I think it is all just so abrupt. Perhaps if the novella was a bit bigger and there was more of a story and character development?

Overall though, I am glad I read it and would recommend it to those who want a cute, christmassy, quick and easy read.


As always thanks for reading 🙂

Gee Liz Reads ❤

Gingerbread Kisses by Kat Baxter : A Book Review

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Blurb:

The hot guy…

The first time I see Ginger Starr after four years of being abroad, she is wearing a hideous Christmas dress. But the obnoxious monstrosity does nothing to hide her generous curves. One thing becomes perfectly clear: I’ve never wanted a woman more.

…and the curvy bookworm

Brock Daniels might be ridiculously hot, but he’s also my high school nemesis. I’m prepared to hate him and find him annoying with his washboard abs and toothpaste commercial smile. What I’m not prepared for is how he’s looking at me…like he wants me.

…just might find their forevers underneath the mistletoe

Our parents are jointly hosting a 12 Days of Christmas party and we’re stuck together. Pretending to be civil isn’t that hard and one spontaneous kiss might change everything.

My thoughts: This is the first book of Kat Baxter I have read. It is a very short novella, approximately 85 pages. Overall I enjoyed it but I felt disappointed with the ending. It all just came together to quickly and I feel that if would have benefited from a bit more depth.

I enjoyed the characters. Their personalities were well defined and I liked the fact that Ginger had a bit of spunk and wit. I found myself smiling and giggling a lot when reading her inner dialogue.

I didn’t like the whole ‘he is my nemesis but I’m going to forgive him straight away and fall in love with him’ kind of thing. I got majorly bullied in school and if one of the bullies decided to suddenly date me then 1) I wouldn’t go straight to bed with him just incase it was a cruel joke and 2) I would have a barrier up for a very long time but that’s just my opinion.

Overall, if you want a quick read which is fun and easy and not too steamy then I recommend Gingerbread Kisses.


As always, thanks again for reading 🙂

Gee Liz Reads ❤

Bedding the Boss by Kameron Clare : A Book Review

(Book #1 of the Grayson Enterprises Series)

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Blurb: When the attraction is hot and the competition is stiff, can love find its way?

Billionaire Derrick Grayson knows all about the struggles of achieving a work-life balance, and will do anything to get to know the gorgeous blonde—his brother-in-law’s new boss—even go undercover as a maintenance man at her company. But he’s not looking for a onetime hookup, and while he works to convince her to explore a relationship, he doesn’t know the investor he’s courting is playing multiple strategies, and pitting him against the woman he wants in his future.

As the newest, youngest, and only female executive with a program to grow, Jessica doesn’t have time for a relationship, but the stress release the hot, insistent, and totally off-limits Derrick provides is too good to say no to. So, she loses a few hours of sleep at night with each orgasm he gives her… it’s worth it as long as she can also win the $50M contract that doubles the size of her program.

But when Jessica finds out who Derrick really is—her competition—she questions her feelings and her intuition, and shuts him out as she attempts to repair the damage their relationship causes her career. Can Derrick convince Jessica that business and love can co-exist?

A steamy, contemporary, office romance with a twist. Who is the boss? She’s the boss.

My thoughts: I downloaded Bedding the Boss for free after recieving an email stating that over 300 books were available for FREE for a limited time only.
Bedding the boss is 185 pages long, so quite a small book really. I managed to read it in one day, mainly because I couldn’t put it down, to the point where I kept sneaking off for bathroom breaks at work just so I could fit in an extra chapter here and there.

What I enjoyed about this book is that the storyline was really interesting and believable. I often find that steamy romance books can become a little far-fetched but Bedding the Boss stuck to reality throughout. I also noticed that the dialogue wasn’t forced. They talked to each other how you and I would speak to each other, so the conversations all flowed really well. Notice how I called this book a steamy romance? It’s because it is just that and could be developed in to a great romance movie whereas a lot of books in this genre are PWP (porn with plot). Not like I’ve got anything against that, I just like the plot to be the main focus.

As you may know from my previous reviews, character development is extremely important to me. The good news is Kameron Claire has managed to tick all the boxes here with both Derrick and Jessica. I liked the fact that Jessica was a strong lead which is often not the case in this genre. I liked that she can look after herself and is a strong, independent woman with or without Derrick.
I like how the author explained Derrick’s feelings and ensured that though not perfect, he wasn’t a d*** and wasn’t the dominating, jealous, toxic male lead that is commonly used.

I also appreciate that the author has used ‘normal’ names in the book for her characters.

I’m going to follow the author on goodreads and hopefully when I’ve got through my huge to read list, I’ll continue with the Greyson Enterprises series.

Adored by Harrison by A.J. Alexander: A Book Review

Rating: 2.5 out of 5.

Blurb: I’ve known Whitney Paige since the day she was born, but now she is all grown up.
Gone was the little girl I always knew, replaced by a woman who now, after one fateful night, consumes my soul.
For three long years, I’ve pushed her away, but now, it’s time to make her mine.

I’ve been in love with Harrison Kane since before I was old enough to understand what love was.
I tried to forget him after our near kiss.
But nothing worked, because no one else could ever measure up to him.
There’s just one small problem…
He’s my dad’s best friend.

My thoughts: I downloaded this book for free with around 300 other books when there was a mega promo deal on.
This is a very short story which I read in just under an hour. It follows the story of Whitney, a new grad and Harrison, a firefighter. The only problem is Harrison is Whitney’s father’s best friend.

I struggled within the first couple of pages with this novella, mainly with the dialogue. I just felt that some of the things they said to each other wouldn’t be said in real life e.g.

” “I’ve seen you watching me all day, Harrison. I can feel your gaze roaming over my body,” she purrs as she saunters toward me.”

With this story being a novella, there is no build up to the ‘steamy parts’, so if you aren’t in the mood for a slow-burner then this novella is for you. I read it in one sitting and it is good enough that it keeps you turning the page the whole time.

Personally, I thought it was odd that Whitney’s mother was ok with the relationship and pushed for it to happen. Furthermore, her father wasn’t too pleased when he found out but I was surprised at how quickly he accepted it. If I ended up in a relationship with one of my father’s friends (not that I want to because none of them meet the description of Harrison), then I think my father would provably try to commit murder and my mother would not be a happy bunny either. However, according to this story, it seems like Whitney’s mum and dad are similar to Whitney and Harrison in the sense that there is a big age gap between them too and they are also in to the ‘Daddy – baby girl’ kink too.

Yes, I didn’t mention that before did I. Harrison is a dom and Whitney a sub, which she seems happy with straight away. She calls him Daddy and he calls her baby girl. I personally am not in to this kink so it dampened (perhaps the wrong word for this genre) the mood for me significantly.

Things seemed to escalate quickly within this story too. Of course this is likely down to it being such a short story but everything just seemed a bit to fast paced in parts – sex, love bordering obsesssion and talks of marriage after their first night together!

With reading erotica there always seems to be new ways of describing actions or parts of the body. These are being added to the ‘Didn’t love’ list:
– Puckered hole
– Hardened nub

Overall, the story was enticing enough to continue to turn the cover. It’s an easy, quick PWP (porn with plot) to read with a fun storyline. The female lead Whitney is poorly developed but Harrison has been developed well in comparison. This novella won’t be for everyone as it is based around a particular kink that may not be to everybody’s taste.

Song of Echoes by R.E.Palmer : A Book Review

Rating: 2.5 out of 5.


Blurb: ‘All that has gone before is woven into the Song; joy, sorrow; kind acts and cruel acts; creation and destruction. Past, present, and what has yet to come, make themselves known — if you know how to listen.’

For three hundred years, the people of the Five Realms have lived in relative peace, protected by their great leader, the Archon. Yet, far to the north, in the frozen lands beyond the Draegalen Trench, the Ruuk stir, driven by a rising evil, long believed banished from the world. But rumors questioning the Archon’s ability to defend the realms once more, persist.

Elodi, the Lady Harlyn, uneasy in her new role following the death of her father, and Toryn, a farmworker and outsider in his village, must discover a way to fight an enemy that all but defeated their ancestors.

Song of Echoes is the first book in this epic fantasy series.

My thoughts: Songs of Echoes is the first epic fantasy novel written by R.E.Palmer. It follows a teenage boy called Toryn who became an orphan when he was a baby. He does not know who his real parents are and has only heard stories of them, mainly his father. This concept is not original to me. I feel like this is a common back story for the main protagonist and the fact that Toryn is a young, naive, weak farmer boy from a small, run down village, who is longing for adventure cements this.

For the most part, the chapters switch between Toryn and the main female protagonist, Elodi. After her fathers demise, Elodi takes his place as ruler of one of the five realms, She has been trained from a young age in order to be able to carry out this duty. From reading this, I felt that this was not the case. She constantly seems unsure, needs advice or telling what to do in simple ceremonies and meetings. For around 60% of this book, she does not seem to be a strong leader or female lead in this story which made it difficult to connect with the character. However, Elodi then grows and becomes a very interesting and more confident leader and fighter which in turn makes her more likeable – something that is important to me.

At around a quarter of the way through the book, I felt like nothing of real importance had happened. The chapters with Toryn were filled with unimportant dialogue that didn’t really add to the story. Not only that, the dialogue just seemed to be a different way of world building but with so much thrown in that the world was actually more difficult to imagine. This continued throughout the book but some of the world building became more relevant. I suspect that the author has gone so in-depth with the world building to set the stage for the next novel.

Yes, I said next novel. It seems that after a very impressive last quarter of the book, that there is a cliff hanger with the words ‘TO BE CONTINUED’ written on the page. There are a LOT of unanswered questions here and I want to know the answers to all of them. Therefore, I do want to read the next book. I really hope that the writing in the next novel continues to be as good as the latter part of this book as I feel like I may have added this story to the Did Not Finish pile had I not been reviewing it. Saying that, I am glad I continued as this does really have the potential to be a fantastic series, I just think that perhaps world building in a less dragged out way may be helpful so that the reader can focus more on the story at hand.

As a side note, I feel this review comes across as a little harsh and this is never my intention. I always want to give my own, honest opinion which not everybody will agree with and I am okay with that and I respect the opinion of others.


Song of Echoes is available on Kindle Unlimited or for £2.10 on kindle here: – Song of Echoes Amazon UK Kindle

and is also available on Paper back here for £10.95 – Song of Echoes Amazon UK Paperback

For the US, this book is available on Kindle for $2.99 here : – Song of Echoes Amazon US Kindle

and is also available on paperback here for $23.90 – Song of Echoes Amazon US Paperback


As always, thanks again for reading.

Gee Liz Reads ❤

Don’t Date the Haunted by C. Rae D’Arc : A Book Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Blurb: Does the heart beat faster from love or terror?

As a born-and-raised citizen of Horror, Pansy Finster has survived Hauntings such as mad killers and poltergeists by living her brother’s rules, including, “Avoid dolls, clowns, and masks.” But after the death of her fiancé, Pansy finds herself alone—which is a dangerous status in Horror. When she flees to Heartford, Romance, she’s startled that a masquerade has Regency ladies screaming… in excitement.

Culture-shocked, Pansy struggles to avoid any ill omens, such as repeated glances from the curiously handsome Lord Theo, from Fantasy. With a seemingly useless magical ability, he could be the Romance Pansy never knew she needed… or her most deceitful Haunting yet. Pansy must learn to love like a Romantic and teach her new friends to survive like a Horror before the masquerade becomes a massacre.

Follow Pansy Finster’s hauntings and romance in “Don’t Date the Haunted,” first book of the Haunted Romance trilogy, by C Rae D’Arc. If you like Seth Grahame-Smith, Isaac Marion or Christopher Moore, then this dark romantic comedy will keep you up! Don’t forget; it’s never just a power-outage. 

My thoughts: Don’t Date the Haunted exceeded my expectations in every way. I was excited to read it based on the blurb so I happily accepted the invitation to review it; I just didn’t think it was going to be THIS good.

The concept is original and just mind blowing really. Even just 10% in to this book I was telling everybody about it. Just think of Earth and it’s continents but call Earth Novel, and call, let’s say the continent of North America Romance, with Canada possibly being Contemporary Romance. Then lets call the continent of Europe Horror, the continent of Africa Mystery…. you get the picture. Each continent is a genre!

Obviously just from learning this, I was invested. Like, who comes up with something like that? A bloody good author that’s who. The character’s didn’t disappoint either! The main character is Pansy Finster. She is from Horror but after a certain tragic event she decides to get out of Horror and heads for Romance.
Pansy is somebody who I would describe as anxious, nervous, paranoid and quirky but I can totally understand why seeing as she lived in a place where zombie plagues are the norm *shudders*. I hate zombies.
You then meet the Romantic’s. I would describe most of these people as your typical Hallmark cheese-induced ‘cheer-leader’ types but then you’ve also got some from other types of Romance such as Regency Romance as well. Then you’ve got those from Fantasy, mainly lords who, back in their country, would be fighting Dragon’s or on some sort of quest. Other characters from different genres are also introduced throughout the book and I just love that each of them as such a solid personality that you know and remember where they are from.

Throughout the book we follow Pansy and her new life in Romance. She attends University there and makes lots of friends with a variety of people from all genre’s. A love interest develops the story further mixed in with a mysterious detective and a haunting from her past. The story is gripping and ensures you continue to turn the page.

I would highly recommend this book and the bonus is, it’s actually a completed trilogy. I haven’t read the 2nd or 3rd book yet but they have been added to my TBR pile and moved high up the list. I need to know what happens next and if these books are anything like this one, the trilogy could be sitting on my ‘Best Books I’ve Ever Read’ shelf.


Don’t Date the Haunted is available on Amazon UK for free on Kindle Unlimited or on Kindle for £2.17 here – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dont-Date-Haunted-Romantic-Romance-ebook/dp/B08HSWYRMN/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=dont+date+the+haunted&qid=1634585954&sr=8-2

or you can purchase it on Paperback here for £7.38 – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dont-Date-Haunted-Romantic-Romance/dp/B08JN58D6G/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1634585954&sr=8-2

It is also available on Amazon US for free on Kindle Unlimited here or for $2.99 – https://www.amazon.com/Dont-Date-Haunted-Romantic-Romance-ebook/dp/B08HSWYRMN/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=don%27t+date+the+haunted&qid=1634586053&sr=8-1

and on Paperback here for $9.99 – https://www.amazon.com/Dont-Date-Haunted-Romantic-Romance/dp/B08JN58D6G/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1634586053&sr=8-1


Thanks again for reading.

Gee Liz ❤

Killing the Reapers by Jeff Debing : A Book Review

Rating: 2.5 out of 5.

Blurb:

Ross, a young paramedic, whose world takes a sudden tragic turn on what should be one of the best days of his life. Just as he is about to propose to his girlfriend, he suffers a massive heart attack and dies.

Ross awakens in the afterlife and learns that the Grim Reaper actually does exist, but not as the skeletal creature of mythology. Instead it’s a group of non-living individuals who look and act just like ordinary people. Essentially undead civil servants, they walk among the living, unnoticed, as they perform their grim work of reaping the souls of people when they are destined to die.

Ross discovers that his life has ended decades before he was supposed to die, due to a reaper’s tragic mishap.

As Ross and the Grim Reapers seek a way to return him to the life he was destined to live, fatal accidents suddenly begin to plague the reapers. When these suspicious mishaps prevent him from getting his life back, he realizes they’re not merely accidents and he must stop whatever is killing the reapers.

My thoughts: Killing the Reapers is a very short novella which I managed to read in a few hours over two sittings.

The story is divided in to chapters but each section which focuses on a different person/situation in each chapter has a number so it’s like chapters within chapters. Confused? Yeah, I don’t know how to explain it haha.

There are a lot of characters in this novella and they aren’t given much or any description or personality so it is difficult to keep up with who is who, especially when several characters are introduced at once just by name alone. The majority of the characters are introduced quickly in a short space of time too so again, it is difficult to keep up. The lack of character building and development was a big thing for me. I think it would have added a lot to this novella and made my score higher. I just didn’t feel like I could bond with any of the characters.

At a couple of points, the incorrect name was used in a sentence which shows that the book has not been edited well. I often let author’s off with a few grammatical and spelling errors but I think it is important to make sure that something such as who said a specific sentence is correct as this could potentially impact the story.

Now enough about the negatives, there are positives to this book hence the rating of 2.5 (which is still not bad, it’s average isn’t it). The story really has potential and I think if the author decided to world build and develop characters it could be a very popular book. It did have me interested enough to read it quite quickly and continue to flip the page. I wanted to know what was happening and I didn’t anticipate the villain at all. It was a really good twist. It does take a while to get used to how the book is written, it’s like a 3rd person, present tense way of writing but I kind of liked it as you don’t see that a lot.

Overall, I really do think that Debing definitely has potential. I would be happy reading any other work that he brings out in the future. First of all because I think he has a good story here, but also to see if his writing improves. We’ve all got to start somewhere haven’t we?


Killing the Reapers is available on Amazon UK for free on Kindle Unlimited here – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Killing-Reapers-Jeff-Debing-ebook/dp/B08XX1MCN8/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=killing+the+reapers&qid=1633770991&sr=8-1

or you can purchase it for 77p.

It is also available on Amazon US for free on Kindle Unlimited here – https://www.amazon.com/Killing-Reapers-Jeff-Debing-ebook/dp/B08XX1MCN8/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=killing+the+reapers&qid=1633771066&sr=8-1

or you can purchase it for 99c.


Thanks again for reading.

Gee Liz ❤

Eyes (Half-Alive #1) by Nghich Tu : A Book Review

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

Blurb:

Spirited Away meets Coraline in the Suburbs of Hanoi, Vietnam with a twist to the genre. A heart-pounding journey of betrayal and bond, strength and perseverance, with the looming threat of ghosts, demons, and black magic… told from the perspective of a comedic protagonist!

An eerie children’s nursery rhyme lures Thanh – an intelligent college girl with an unnatural level of trust issues – into an adventure of her lifetime.

On this journey, she meets Điền Mục, a young ghost catcher who can’t see ghosts but was raised by a 500-year-old spirit and has about zero experience in human interactions.

The fates of two unlikely companions intertwine on the spider web of a criminal mastermind who has been evading arrest for the past 40 years.

Their lives are on the line; the trap has been set! Meanwhile, Thanh still hasn’t trusted Mục yet… But can you honestly blame her for not choosing a total stranger, and a weirdo no less, over people she’d known her whole life?

My thoughts: First off I would just like to say how impressed I was by the translation of this novel from Vietnamese to English. Though not perfect, it was pretty darn close and I’ve read plenty of English novels with more mistakes. One thing I do not agree with in the blurb is that the story is told from the perspective of a comedic protagonist. This novel is NOT 1st person, it is 3rd person.

I am not familiar with Vietnamese culture at all and I felt like I learned so much from this novel. I found the culture interesting and it’s made me want to continue learning more. What I loved about Eyes is that anything that the reader may be confused by (such as something associated with Vietnamese culture), a number was placed next to it and an explanation was provided in the back of the book.

Overall the storyline was good, the world building was solid and it and was filled with strong and likable characters with defining personalities. I definitely agree with the blurb – Spirited Away meets Caroline – 100%. I could actually see this novel being turned into a Studio Ghibli classic. It would be fantastic!

I enjoyed the book thoroughly until about 60% of the way in and then it became a bit tedious. I think it was because there was so much explaining to do about how things linked and I felt myself getting wound up at times as the characters would talk to each other for a long period of time even when they where in grave danger. Being in that situation, you would definitely keep your talking to a minimum and the enemy wouldn’t just stand around and let you have a chat.

It did pick back up at the end and become more enjoyable again. It felt slightly rushed towards the end but I think most of my questions were answered. The story ended with a cliff-hanger which has naturally left me wanting to read the next book. Even if it hadn’t finished on a cliff-hanger I definitely think I would read the next book.


This novel is available to purchase from Amazon Uk:

On Kindle for 0.99p – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Eyes-Half-Alive-Book-Ngh%E1%BB%8Bch-T%E1%BB%AD-ebook/dp/B099L8VBNJ/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=eyes+half+alive&qid=1633696838&sr=8-1

and as a Paperback for £9.98 – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Eyes-1-Half-Alive-Ngh%E1%BB%8Bch-T%E1%BB%AD/dp/B093RPTMDD/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=eyes+half+alive&qid=1633696899&sr=8-2

In the US you can purchase from Amazon:

On Kindle for $1.35 – https://www.amazon.com/Eyes-Half-Alive-Book-Ngh%E1%BB%8Bch-T%E1%BB%AD-ebook/dp/B099L8VBNJ/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=eyes+half+alive&qid=1633696955&sr=8-2


As always, thanks for reading!

Gee Liz ❤

Updated review: Weatherman by Price Doom

A few days ago, I wrote a review for Weatherman by Price Doom. I’m a busy little be at the moment as I am moving over 500 miles away on Tuesday and I’m currently still working a full time job! So, I know these are not valid excuses but I wrote my review for Weatherman fairly quickly before continuing to pack for my new life.

Since then, I have re-read my review and feel that compared to other 3 star reviews e.g. Ecclesia’s Table by Mason S Haynes, Weatherman was actually given quite a high rating. With Weatherman for example, I felt like I deserved more from the story and I was left disappointed overall whereas with Ecclesia’s Table, the story in general was absolutely fantastic, but some areas needed improvement.

I know this seems like a harsh thing to do, but I feel like I do need to change it so my reviews do genuinely reflect my thoughts.

If anybody has any questions or comments then please feel free to comment but please be kind.

Thanks for reading.

Gee Liz Reads ❤