Monthly Archive: June 2014

New Release & Review: NIGHT FURY: FIRST ACT by Belle Aurora 0

New Release & Review: NIGHT FURY: FIRST ACT by Belle Aurora

Rating: Title: Night Fury: First Act (Night Fury #1) Author: Belle Aurora Release Date: June 2, 2014 Genre: Dark, New Adult ♥ Amazon ♥ Amazon UK ♥ KOBO Blurb My name is Catarina.Or, that’s who I was christened to be, anyways.I live in a convent. I am a nun in training. A postulant.I am eighteen years old.I am a predator.No one is safe from me.I am protected.No one can get to me.By day one way, by night another. They call on me.My name is Catarina.Codename: Night Fury.No one is safe from me.I will come for you.   [stextbox id=”custom” bcolor=”2f4f4f” bgcolorto=”f5f5f5″ cbgcolorto=”f5f5f5″...

Dawn C. 0

Dawn C.

Hello authors and fellow book whores. My name is Dawn, I’m an out of the closet book junky! I read NA, Contemporary Romance and Erotica. Fifty Shades started my reading frenzy. I blame my condition on EL James. My favorite authors include AL Jackson, Pepper Winters, Aleatha Romig, Mia Asher, Courtney Cole, Gina Whitney, Kahlen Aymes, Jodi Ellen Malpas, Kyla Lynde, Sylvain Reynard and EK Blair. I am passionate and love sharing the word about good books & Indie Authors. Pimpin’ and reviewing have been fun over the past year. I’ve made lasting friendships that mean the world to me....

Kristine 0

Kristine

Hello to all you wonderful readers at up all night book blog! My name is Kristine and I’m so excited to be a part of this team and to meet all you bookaholics. There is nothing better then a book keeping you up all night to make you  feel like a truck hit you the next day!  It’s so worth it, especially those that are written by  Aleatha Romig, Colleen Hoover, A.L. Jackson, Elisabeth Grace, C.J Roberts, Karina Halle, E.k. Blair and those are just a few! I will basically read anything, there are no limitations for this girl!  Lately...

Nicole 0

Nicole

When I was a kid, reading helped me through some pretty dark times. Books were the place I ran to when life got to be too much. In books, I found out that I wasn’t the only one who didn’t fit in; that I wasn’t the only one who was awkward or different from others. I found out about places and people that were far out of reach in my little world. As I grew older, books allowed me to connect with the people around me and challenged me to extend myself to new places and try new things. My...

New Review:The Sweet Gum Tree by Katherine Allred 1

New Review:The Sweet Gum Tree by Katherine Allred

Rating: Sweet tea, corn bread, and soup beans—everyday fare for eight-year-old Alix French, the precocious darling of a respected southern family. But nothing was ordinary about the day she met ten-year-old Nick Anderson, a boy from the wrong side of town. Armed with only a tin of bee balm and steely determination, Alix treats the raw evidence of a recent beating that mars his back, an act that changes both of their lives forever. Through childhood disasters and teenage woes they cling together as friendship turns to love. The future looks rosy until the fateful night when Frank Anderson, Nick’s...