Saturday, January 28, 2017

Book Review for Chaos by Alexis Noelle DeathStalkers Book #3



Chaos
Deathstalkers MC Book #2
by Alexis Noelle
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Reviewed by: Angels
Format:Kindle
Published: Alexis Noelle & Amazon Digital
Source: ARC
Genre:  MC Romance,Romance,Erotica,
Bad Boys


Blurb

CHAOS
That's my life. No other way to describe it. 
As the Sargent-at-Arms for the Deathstalkers MC, my days are filled with
Constant craziness and crap. 
But I like it. 
It's who I am. And what I'm all about.
Finally, after years of Hell, everything feels like it's right where it's supposed to be.
Except with her
She's far from where she's supposed to be.
Tracie is so damned determined to be with someone who isn't "one of us."

Delusional.
That's what she is.
Downright insane at times.
Those idiots can't handle her.
Will never be able to handle her.
And I'm about to show her why.
And she'll finally understand.
Because this life ain't for everyone,
Especially when danger lurks in the shadows of all the
Chaos




Our Review

Tracie and Torch's Story

This is a new author we discovered recently and we are really enjoying her DeathStalkers MC series.We are on book three and loving them all.You could say were hooked !This was another gripping story in the DeathStalkers series that turned out to be yet another compelling read.

This story unlike the other in its series this couple Tracie and Torch have known each other for many years both being part of the DeathStalkers MC club.Torch is a bada**brother of the MC and Tracie is the all around go to girl that gets everything done. With this being the case Tracie is considered club property and is under their protection.Tracie is the glue the holds them altogether she see's to their needs and the welfare of men.I noticed that she did all of this without getting overly attached to anyone.


My favorite character that I am picking is going to be Tracie.I loved her personality.She was strong,feisty and had an amazing sense of humor.I loved how protective she was of those she chose to care about and take under her wing.I loved the amazing friendship she had with Lucy that was filled with love and laughter.These two characters were total opposites making their friendship even more remarkable.Tracie is a women who has had a hard life that keeps on kicking yet seems to find some happiness were she can.I loved how she fought her attraction so long when It came to Torch.I understood her reasons and fears why she didn't want to get involved with him. He has all the personality traits that makes her shake in fear.That all may be the case but she is fiercely attracted to the bada** biker. You had to laugh out loud at the thoughts that she was having when talking to herself when thinking out loud about Torch and herself in a sexual encounter .Reprimanding herself is more like it.To funny!I loved how she spoke out against a brother about several injustices that were going on at the club.This took major guts to do something like this ,never knowing what the backlash would be to herself and safety.Tracie is not a girl to cross just ask the ex boyfriend as she dealt with him Tracie style.(I laughed out loud at the breakup in question) Gr inns...


Torch has a nickname for Tracie he is always calling her princess and never by her name which just pisses her off.I love the camaraderie that she had with the ladies of the club they definitely had some fun times.I really sympathized with Tracie about her decisions  she will have to make about Torch becoming part of her life.Torch could either make her the happiest girl alive or be the one to utterly destroy her.I understand and grieve for her as she know's all to well what a man with Torch's capabilities and dominate personality could crush her mental stability in a heart beat.


Torch has a softer side to him that he does not let many people see.Just making him more endearing.He can be patient and kind and has a bit of humor but, when angered he is a frightening dangerous killer.I love how Torch was patient and kind and gave Tracie the space she needed to decide if he would be worth the risk.Torch understands her fears and hang ups as he knows part of her story yet not all of it.That's why I just love him he doesn't push and yet he has this dominate personality that just wants to do the opposite.One of my favorite parts of the story was when the men are sitting around chatting like girlfriends spilling their wives secrets.Listening to that conversations had you laughing out loud so hard.Can you just picture this? 


This story had so much going on in it making it a fast paced read that tugged at all your emotions in a big way.One minute you were laughing out loud the next crying at the heartbreak these members were experiencing.


One thing that I love about this authors stories she makes you fall in love with their characters.This story had all the elements I love family unity, mystery suspense,humor, drama,heartbreak and major secrets coming to life with the OMG factor.

(I never saw that coming thing)
All the characters play a part in this story lending their quirks to making it a page turner for me.Its important to me as a reader to connect with the characters I am reading about and this author did that for me from the very first pages.
OMG the ending just left you wanting more.Looking forward to reading Broken which is next up in this series.


Another 5 star read from us here at Angels.I recommended to all the MC Romance fans.Just be aware that these books contain a lot of violence and are graphic, emotional and men and women with healthy sexual appetites and their encounters Super Hot!I love reading about those Big Bada** bikers with their possessive and dominate natures making them totally Hot! 

( fanning myself and grinning)

Be sure to check the other books in this series as well and if you do I recommend reading them in the order they came out.



ARC title provided to us for an honest review.




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About Author


I love reading romance books! I feel like being able to lose yourself in a book in one of the more exciting aspects. The books I love to read and write will be ones that make you feel for the characters. You should have an opinion on every character in a book. Whether you love them, hate them, or think they are up to something.

I live in Philadelphia Pennsylvania with my husband, two kids, and two dogs. On top of starting a writing career I am a full time student, and a full time mom. I love spending time with my kids, although I have to hide the computer from them when I am writing! I love being active and being able to do any activity outdoors.

I have always thought as an author the most important critic is your reader, so I would love to hear from you. If you read the book and loved it or hated it, tell me. As long as it is in a constructive way I will always answer and interact with you. I want fans to feel free to tell me what they want for the characters in the story and what they want to see happen.

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Book Blitz for Flawed by Sara Hubbard

Flawed

by Sara Hubbard 
Publication Date: January 12, 2017 
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
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When I fell in love with Ivy Carter, I fell hard. She had a grip on my heart, and she refused to let go. After I committed a brutal assault, I pushed her away so she could have a life without me, but I’ve ached for her ever since. I assumed in a few months she’d move on, go off to school, and find some guy that actually deserves her. But that’s not what she did. She pushed back. And the more she pushed, the more I wanted to give in. I didn’t, though. I can be a mean SOB when I want to be. It’s six years later now, and I’m out. I just want to see her so I know she’s okay, but one look at her angelic face through the window of where she works and I’m seventeen again, ready to do what it takes to put a smile on her face. I want to go straight and be the man she deserves, but when her brother steals from my criminal uncle, I have no choice but to make a deal with him. I might as well sell my soul; the devil is kinder.

About Sara Hubbard

Sara Hubbard is a romantic fiction author. She loves alpha males and the sweet, sassy women who make them believe in change. Sara lives in Nova Scotia, Canada with her two children (four if you count her husband and her needy labradoodle) and works as registered nurse.
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A Call to Heaven by Jo Kessel Release Blitz


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Book Title: A Call to Heaven Author: Jo Kessel 
Genre: Contemporary Romance/Paranormal Romance 
Release Date: January 27,, 2016 
Hosted by: Book Enthusiast Promotions

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book blurb

"Everybody’s loved, everybody’s lost.

Grief strips you raw and makes you feel as if you’re sleepwalking through life, like the pain will never go away.

I’m Amy Tristan. I’m no different than anyone else. I’ve loved, I’ve lost and it sucks. I’ve got a five-year old son and an abusive husband. My mother died six months ago and I miss her like crazy.

I’m the biggest skeptic when it comes to other-worldly stuff, so when I’m told that I can pick up the phone and call my mum in Heaven, I should disbelieve it, right? Wrong. I pick up that phone, because there’s nothing I want more than to hear her voice trickle into the receiver.

And you know what? It works. I get to speak to my mother. It’s a miracle. If only it could stay this way, with those calls just for me, but someone up on high wants me to choose three other people to make a call to Heaven too. Who should I pick? How can I trust them to keep the phone secret? Making the choice is agonizing - if I get it wrong, my calls will stop. I wish I hadn’t told Daniel anything. He’s this hot doctor that I’ve come to know. But doctors are scientists, and scientists are bigger skeptics than even me. He didn’t believe in the phone. He thought I should be admitted to a sanatorium. Telling him was either the best decision of my life, or the worst. I’ll let you decide…"
excerpt
Everyone’s looking at me. I’ve got the yellow telephone in my hands and I’m not sure what to do with it. I take a seat at the end of the table and lay the phone down in front of me. Beth is to my left, Ben is to my right. Daniel is opposite me. I look from one to the other and feel color flood my cheeks. My gaze finishes on Daniel and stays there for a beat. He nods, his eyes encouraging me. I return the nod, take a deep breath and count down from three to one in my head.
“I’ve got to tell you all something.” My voice comes out as a thin squeak, but actually I’m surprised I manage to articulate at all. I’m hot, so hot. I lift the hair off the back of my neck, flapping it around to try to cool my sticky, clammy skin. I can’t breathe, I need air. I unlock the patio doors, flinging them wide open. The inside of my mouth feels rough as sandpaper. I’m desperate for a tall glass of water packed with ice-cubes but, when I turn to see six eyes staring at me, I dare not leave to fetch one. I feel like an exhibit in a museum and in some ways I wish I were. I could hide behind a Perspex box next to the yellow telephone with panel blurb doing the explaining for me. I could be part of a new exhibition entitled ‘Incredible Discoveries’. I would share the same hall as the dinosaurs and anything else which took aeons for people to believe existed. I draw a deep breath and continue.
“You’re probably going to think I’m mad, but I’m going to tell you anyway.”
A breeze blows through the open patio doors.

“What I wanted to tell you is this.” My voice is soft as a whisper. I sense all their bodies leaning closer towards mine, straining to hear. “I’ve recently started talking to my mother.”
There, I’ve said it.
I feel a great sense of relief, both that I’ve said it and that I no longer have to keep this to myself. Beth relaxes in her chair with a sigh, leans across and takes my hand, patting it. She’s got wavy brown hair and a kind, open face. She tilts her head sympathetically.
“Oh honey, you must have tried out that clairvoyant you mentioned. Please tell us all about it.”
I should have seen that one coming.

“No, you don’t get it.” I lift up the yellow phone, as if to demonstrate how to use such a contraption. In one hand I take the receiver, in the other the plug. “I don’t speak to her through a medium. I speak to her on this telephone. I plug it into a socket in my bathroom and I’m allowed to call heaven.”
There, I’ve said it now.
Nobody moves.
Not a muscle.
Their mouths all open, Daniel’s is the widest. I don’t think any of them even realize they’re doing it. As feared, they are looking at me like I’m certifiably insane.

“I can see you all think I’m mad.” I actually manage to pull a small smile. Now that I’ve started, I feel much calmer. “And, if I were in your position, I would think I’m crazy too. But one night my mother came to me in a dream and told me I could use this phone to call her in heaven and, bizarre though it must sound, it turns out she was right. That’s why I stopped coming to Grief Support Group every week. I wasn’t grieving so much because my mother had come back into my life.”
The three pairs of eyes grow wider and wider, as if I’m slowly sprouting four serpent heads. I replace the receiver back into its cradle and drop the plug, holding out my hands in submission.
“You can believe me or not. It doesn’t matter. But the reason I’ve gathered you all here is because I’ve been asked to choose three other people to call to heaven.”
I sound like a fairy godmother or the good witch in the Wizard of Oz. I do not sound normal. I pause. The effect is dramatic although it’s not intended to be.
“And I’ve picked you guys.”
I look at them one by one.
“Beth, I know how much it might mean to you to be able to speak to your daughter and know that she is safe.”
Beth nods. Her gaze turns glassy.
“Ben, I’d do anything to be able to give you a chance to speak to your brother again.”
Ben nods, his mouth still formed in a perfect ‘O’.
Daniel is the hardest one for me to look at. He’s not nodding anymore and his eyes are no longer urging me to continue. Instead he’s shaking his head, a slow, subtle movement, but I catch it all the same. His full lips have now formed a thin line. He’s the only one who looks like he still thinks I’m certifiably insane. Hell, he’s a doctor; perhaps that shouldn’t come as a surprise. Part of me wonders whether I should abort this whole escapade and pretend it was all a joke. I’d do anything to not have Daniel stare at me in this way. He looks ready to call the local sanatorium and send them round with a straitjacket. But I can’t abort and I must continue. What happens next is up to him.

“And Daniel, I thought that maybe you might like to speak to Katie.”
He opens his mouth as if he’s about to say something, but clamps it shut again without speaking. Nobody else says anything either. They all shift in their seats, pretending to take sips of coffee and look around the room. Perhaps they’re checking out the photos on the mantelpiece above the fireplace, trying to work out if I look like a madwoman in any of them. I pick up the knife. Now I probably do look mad or, at the very least, dangerous.

“Right, who’s for some more pie?”




meet the author



Jo lives in London with her husband, three children and Jerald the cat. In addition to being a novelist she works as a TV and print journalist (Sunday Times, The Telegraph, the Daily Mail and the Express.) If she could change one thing about her life it would be to introduce the thirty hour day, because twenty-four hours just isn’t long enough to squeeze it all in! Many a late night has been spent with a glass of red wine (preferably French) at her desk trying to keep her eyes open long enough to write these stories which keep demanding to be written. If only her cat didn’t constantly jump onto the keyboard as she writes, this book might have been finished months earlier. She loves yoga, skiing, travelling and English custard - though not necessarily in that order.
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