Thursday, March 21, 2013

Tamed book review




Review: I was really caught off guard by how good this book was; I am so used to all these books being just sappy. No, this book had violence, action, mutiple villians, and wait for it..... a plot. I would have to say it held the same appeal American werewolf in London has for me, that these are violent creatures and not your pet dog, "wink". The storyline holds an unique twist, that werwolves are people's pets, and I love how the book takes us through the unveiling of the coropations biggest secret. Plus could you imagine my suprise when I found out the author is from Ohio, what OSU fan doesn't enjoy a book referencing the buckeyes.
So to concude this post I leave you with a gif of the best dam band in the land OSU Marching band









Description

Werewolves are real.
And they make excellent pets.
Owning one of the legendary creatures is the latest fad. The WereHouse insists their werepets are loyal, docile, and 100% safe, but what happens when these gentle giants turn on their masters?
While on a routine EMS call, paramedic Christine Alt is attacked by a rogue werepet. She escapes with her life, but the encounter leaves her with more than just scars. As her body begins to change, she discovers the WereHouse is hiding a terrible secret, and they will stop at nothing to keep her from exposing them.
Tamed is a werewolf tale with a twist from the author of the The Light of Epertase trilogy.


Ohio State Marching Band. look at 1st comment for more

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Tin Cat Promo

Synopsis:

A year after the accident that put her in a wheelchair, Amber Gerald has more or less gotten used to living with her impairment. It doesn’t make a difference to running a comic book store anyway, and the customers have been the best support group she could have wished for.

When she rescues an abandoned cat, Amber has no idea that she’s interfering in the mad scheme of a time travelling bank robber. Or that the man that walks into her store dressed like Blade is about to become her bodyguard.

Between being an unwitting owner of an android cat and falling for a cybernetic bounty hunter, Amber finds her life a whole new level of weird as science fiction becomes a very real factual threat.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Review: I enjoyed reading this book and thought it was a wonderful take on a not so everyday heroine. I loved how it had a syfy feel to it but dealt with real life problems. So go check out this book, it is newly published and you won't regret reading it.