The Moonshadow's Daughter by Kaylie Newell

Genre: Paranormal Romance 18+
Series: Wolfe Creek #3
Publisher: Entagled Publishing LLC (Covet)
Buy the book: Amazon
Source: I received an ecopy for review

A paranormal category romance from Entangled's Covet imprint...
Some secrets can kill. Others bite...
To the citizens of Wolfe Creek, Aimee Styles is dead. What they don’t know is she’s alive...and a werewolf. After she was bitten two years ago, Aimee isolated herself away from the town, determined to keep them safe. But all it takes is an icy winter evening—and an incredibly virulent flu—to interrupt her self-imposed exile.
Nothing prepared doctor and single dad Jake Blackstock for the sight of Wolfe Creek's missing girl, or her delicate beauty. He's instantly and fiercely attracted to her, despite her secrets and the shadows in her near-black eyes. Jake's falling hard. He knows nothing about Aimee...or what she really is.
But something else lurks in Wolfe Creek's shadows. Something malevolent. Something that won't hesitate to rip apart their life and new love…

This is the fist book in the Wolfe Creek series I read which is so unlike me to read a third book in a series first. Butto be honost I enjoyed the book eventhough I did not read the first two books. To be honost I liked it a lot and will keep my on this series.


Excerpt The Moonshadow's Daughter by Kaylie Newell + Giveaway

Aimee did look wild and raw though, like she’d been living on her own longer than Jim had let on. But there was also a vulnerability about her that wouldn’t allow him to leave. She was his patient, regardless of whatever her troubles were now.
“Mmm.” She frowned in her sleep and turned toward him. Her eyes remained closed, her lashes dark smudges above her cheekbones. She mumbled something else and he scooted his chair closer. “His paw.” Her hair was still damp from the bath, and he brushed the long bangs away from her forehead.
“Aimee?” “His paw.” Her brows came together and she turned away. “See? There.” Jake checked the IV drip and felt her forehead again. Her dreams would be strange because of the fever. But it


Interview Shalina McPherson + Review At Water's Edge

Have you always wanted to become an author?
Yes. Whether it be poems, scripts, novels, songs, hallmark cards; anything! I wanted to be an author from before I can remember.

Who are your three favorite authors?
J.K Rowling, Sophie Kinsella and though it may sound cliché, Shakespeare purely because he was such an incredible wordsmith and brought the world Romeo & Juliet.

What are you reading at the moment?
I recently finished Veronica Roth’s Divergent series and now have to decide what to move on to. I have an extensive to read list and am spoilt for choice. Decisions. Decisions.


Everything she Forgot by Lisa Ballantyne + Giveaway

Genre: Thriller / Contemporary
Publisher: William Morrow
Buy the book: Book Depository | Amazon
Source: I received an ecopy for review

Lisa Ballantyne, international bestselling author of The Guilty One, delivers a compelling domestic thriller with impeccably observed characters and masterful edge-of-your-seat storytelling in a novel that leaps between past and present with page-turning finesse
They’re calling it the worst pile-up in London history. Driving home, Margaret Holloway has her mind elsewhere—on a troubled student, her daughter’s acting class, the next day’s meeting—when she’s rear-ended and trapped in the wreckage. Just as she begins to panic, a disfigured stranger pulls her from the car just seconds before it’s engulfed in flames. Then he simply disappears.
Though she escapes with minor injuries, Margaret feels that something’s wrong. She’s having trouble concentrating. Her emotions are running wild. More than that, flashbacks to the crash are also dredging up lost associations from her childhood, fragments of events that were wiped from her memory. Whatever happened, she didn’t merely forget—she chose to forget. And somehow, Margaret knows deep down that it’s got something to do with the man who saved her life.
As Margaret uncovers a mystery with chilling implications for her family and her very identity, Everything She Forgot winds through a riveting dual narrative and asks the question: How far would you go to hide the truth—from yourself…?

Everything She Forgot takes place in the present and 1985 and is told from different perspectives. This can be quite confusing but in this case it worked. All the different perspectives gave a whole story, if this was told with only one perspective the book would not have been quite such a great read.


The Drowning Game by LS Hawker

Genre: Thriller
Publisher: Witness Impulse
Buy the book: Book Depository | Amazon
Source: I received an ecopy for review
They said she was armed.They said she was dangerous.They were right.Petty Moshen spent eighteen years of her life as a prisoner in her own home, training with military precision for everything, ready for anything. She can disarm, dismember, and kill and now, for the first time ever, she is free.Her paranoid father is dead, his extreme dominance and rules a thing of the past, but his influence remains as strong as ever. When his final will reveals a future more terrible than her captive past, Petty knows she must escape by whatever means necessary.But when Petty learns the truth behind her father's madness and her own family the reality is worse than anything she could have imagined. On the road and in over her head, Petty's fight for her life has just begun. Fans of female-powered thrillers will love debut author LS Hawker and her suspenseful tale of a young woman on the run for her future and from the nightmares of her past."
The Drowning Game was most definately a very intriging read. Eventhough the story starts of with quite an opening it does start of a bit slow and it made me wonder a bit how the story would evolve since it was quite an odd start.