Monday, February 24, 2020

eARC Book review: Lethal Game (GhostWalkers #16) by Christine Feehan

Lethal Game

Available March 3, 2020
eARC provided by publisher through Netgalley

When Malichai Fortunes attacks a problem, he does it full force--a habit that earns the GhostWalker a painful injury and a forced vacation in San Diego, California. With nothing but physical therapy on the horizon, Malichai is starting to get restless...until a striking blue-eyed blonde makes all his senses come alive.

Amaryllis is kind and warm and sees beyond Malichai's rough exterior, but he can tell there's something she's hiding. Her innate healing abilities indicate she might be a GhostWalker--albeit an untrained one. Malichai doesn't think their crossing paths is anything more than coincidence, but he can sense that one wrong word could send Amaryllis running.

When strange events at his temporary retreat put Malichai on high alert, he knows he won't be able to deal with the threat and keep his woman safe in his weakened state. But calling in his brothers means telling Amaryllis what he really is, and revealing that he knows the truth about her too...

When Malichai gets hurt on a mission he takes a forced vacation to heal and relax . He ends up at a bed and breakfast where Amaryllis is living helping the owner and hiding out from Dr Whitney. Things don't  as he'd hoped. Amaryllis is not a what she seems and weird things keep happening. Top it off his injuries aren't healing right.  When things get intense it's time to call in his brothers. I have not read a book in this series in a while. I was worried i wouldn't be able to get into this book but i ended up engrossed from the beginning. I love the way the Ghostwalkers are a family. They always have each others back and easily took in Amaryllis. I was also happy to see the Norton brothers back in this book.  Even if only briefly. Their books were some of my favorites of the early books in this series. Malichai and Amaryllis were a great couple. The author brings you right into the story and keeps you guessing. 

Find out more about Christine Feehan and this series here

Saturday, February 1, 2020

eARC Book review: From Boardroom to Bedroom (Texas Cattleman’s Club: Inheritance #3) by Jules Bennett

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eARC Provided by author
Available Feb 1st 2020 

In pursuit of the truth, she finds desire…
When going undercover lands her under the covers… with her boss!

When her reality-TV star stepmother threatens her rightful inheritance, designer Sophie Blackwood fights back. To get dirt on the gold digger, she poses as a consultant to media CEO Nigel Townshend. But Sophie can’t resist the dreamy Brit, and professionalism takes a turn toward passion. Suddenly everything is at stake if her secret is exposed—her family legacy and the man she desires…

Sophie Townsend and her brothers are cheated seemingly out of their family legacy by their fathers ex wife. In order to get the good on said ex wife Sophie agrees to go undercover and find out the dirt on her. Maybe she can find a way to get her fathers estate back for herself and her brothers. Sounds simple until she meets Nigel the man who runs the media group that produces the reality show her ex step mother is a star on.  Nigel proves hard to resist. This is a quick read but at time hard to follow if you haven't read the other books in the series. Sophie just wants to help her brothers and she connects with Nigel in a way she never has with any other man. A fun afternoon or evening of entertainment.

Find out more about Jules Bennett here