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Sunday, February 13, 2011

Fierce Eden by Jennifer Blake (Terra's Review)

She was living in fear...

Beautiful, young widow Elise Laffont embraces her freedom during the daylight hours, running the farm she loves so dearly, but the night brings with it painful reminders of the torment she endured at the hands of her abusive husband. Fate may have taken her husband, but it hasn't erased the scars he left, and Elise wonders if she will ever be able to bear the touch of a man again.

He was a man torn by desire...

From the moment he laid eyes on the beautiful widow, Reynaud Chevalier wanted her. When disaster offers him the chance to claim her as his own, Reynaud seizes the opportunity to bind Elise to him, unaware that behind her determined bravado lays a heart shattered by the past.

(Terra's Thoughts) This is my first time reading a book by this author and I must say that I am impressed. It's not a fast paced story but a much meatier one than your average fluffy light historical romance.

Sorry ladies but this one doesn't have a sexy legged Scotsman but does have a sexy bare chested half breed American Indian. It does leave me in a quandary as I am partial to kilted Scotsman but after the descriptions here in this story it's making me think I might have to broaden my horizons.

Our heroine Elise Laffont is a very attractive young widow living in Louisiana and trying to make a go of things on her own. Considering the time period it does make this very hard for her as women are still frowned upon as far as intelligence and anything other than being barefoot and pregnant. Elise however is quite happy in her current situation of striking out to make her own path due to having a cruel and abusive husband. Who can blame her really?

Our hero Reynaud Chevalier was born on the wrong side of the tracks. Half Indian and half French he is a man of no people. Upon seeing our heroine though he does make himself indispensable to a fleeing group of French after they have been attacked by the Indians in a brutal raid. But, why should he do something like this even though he is a half breed. He knows the Indians and the French will both despise him for who he is and what he's done so what could be worth the possible cost of his life to help these people.

We travel through the harsh back country of Louisiana striving to stay one step ahead of the Indians while praying with all our might that we make it to the French fort unscathed. Dangers and disagreements abound aplenty, trust is just a five letter word that is tossed around like juggling balls and tempers blaze when all is not as it seems and some find out they have been deceived.

The descriptions are vivid while the historical aspect is over the top intriguing. Throw some romance, sex, brutality, lies, passion and patience and you have one interesting storyline.

Paperback: 416 pages
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca; Reissue edition (February 1, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1402238487
ISBN-13: 978-1402238482

Moonstruck Madness by Laurie McBain (Terra's Reveiw)

She's one thing by day, something else altogether by night...

After escaping the slaughter of her clan at a young age, Scottish noblewoman Sabrina Verrick provides for her siblings by living a double life, until the night she encounters the Duke, and her secret and all she holds dear is threatened...

He's so disillusioned, he's completely vulnerable...

With his inheritance at stake, Lucien, Duke of Camareigh, sets a trap for the Scottish beauty with the piercing violet eyes, never imagining what will happen when the trap is sprung...

As their lives become irreversibly entangled, Lucien and Sabrina become each other's biggest threat, as well as their only salvation...

(Terra's Thoughts) How often is it that you can say that a story has caught you by the seat of your pants from the first page of the prologue and not let you go until the very last sentence. This is one of those stories. It really took me by surprise and such a lovely surprise indeed it was.

Sabrina Verrick is a wee lassie that sees death and destruction up close and not very comfortable. A spirited child that has a bit of luck on her side that allows her to escape death's grip and flee to lead her family safely into exile penniless though they may be.

A Highland Hellcat exists in this little body of pure beauty but also one of determination and strength. She does what needs to be done for her remaining family to survive not only because of the primal need to provide and protect but also because of a hatred that is so encompassing that it's a wonder she doesn't self destruct with it's intensity.

Lucien, Duke of Camareigh is a bit of a frightening man with a scar that adorns one cheek and a temper that can singe the hair off one's head with just a quick glance. He's a man that doesn't take no for an answer and always gets what he wants but will his cost come so high as to cheat him out of a life of some happiness in a world where proprietary comes first and foremost?

Our hotheaded devilish Duke needs to marry to gain his inheritance and is on a strict time line in which to do this. Twin cousins are awaiting in the wings for Lucien to miss that deadline so that they may claim the riches and lands but to what lengths will these twins go to in order to claim a right not due to them by birth.

An interruption from a Highwayman named Bonnie Charlie and his two giant friends put a crimp in the Dukes bonnet so to speak as the thieves boldly take what they need when they want only to sneak away without a trace.

The story is a non stop action packed romance with sizzle, sparks and flames aplenty. If one doesn't ignite from a fit of temper then one will surely ignite from a blast of pure sexual intensity that you're damned if you do and damned if you don't.

Paperback: 384 pages
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (February 1, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1402242433
ISBN-13: 978-1402242434

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Sins of A Highland Devil by Sue-Ellen Welfonder

The first book in the Highland Warriors trilogy, in which three heroes make a pact to insure that a rival clan does not take over their Glen of Many Legends. At the same time, three women plot to marry these heroes to insure peace.

In SINS OF A HIGHLAND DEVIL, James Cameron is concerned when the King's decree states all three neighboring clans must have a battle to the death in order to lay official claim to the scared Glen of Many Legends. James attempts to make a pact with the heads of the other clans to fight this decree. But he ends up fighting his own fierce desire when coming head-to-head with Lady Catriona of the opposing MacDonald clan, who has her own plan for peace.

(Terra's Thoughts) This is a delightful story of Scottish lads and lassies that will make you wish you were standing in their place. A story of love, lust, longing, ghosties, hatred, rivalry and honor. A story that will talk to your soul of times long past when adults actually knew how to act like adults while chivalry stands tall and bright as a beacon in the night.

Catriona MacDonald is the epitome of the red headed Scottish woman. Daring, proud, fearless and loyal as any clanswoman could possibly be. Only problem with Catriona is that she is lusting after the wrong man, her clans most hated rival.

James Cameron, Laird of Clan Cameron is a true and just Laird. His honor stands pure until a red headed devilish temptress stalks him testing his will power beyond what even the Gods could possibly have. It's time that the Laird take a wife and beget an heir and when our daring heroine shows up will he have the restraint to resist her womanly wiles or will he cave to honor after ravishing her.

This is a story that will delight even the most critical of historical romance readers. A story that keeps a quick and even pace to leave you panting in its wake.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

2011 Historical Romance Challenge


The Historical Romance Challenge is being hosted by Romance Book Junkies, the sign up is here, and the object is to read 12 historical romances between January 1, 2011 and December 31, 2011.

1. Sins of A Highland Devil by Sue-Ellen Welfonder
2. Moonstruck Madness by Laurie McBain
3. Fierce Eden by Jennifer Blake

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Contest Winners Listed

Black Hills

*Dawn M.

On The Brink

*Dawn M.

Worst Case

*Denny, Alaska
*Anne Marie T.

Please send your snail mail info to terraontop57 at yahoo dot com. Congrats to all our winners and I hope you enjoy your prizes!

Monday, March 15, 2010

Daughters of the Witching Hill by Mary Sharratt (Terra's Reveiw)

Daughters of the Witching Hill by Mary Sharratt is a must read for anyone who reads anything to do with Witch Trials. This was such an enlightening book from an author that has a real good eye for the details that will make you ever so happy that you are in a more forgiving time period.

This book actually takes place before the Salem witch trials here in the United States but with no less hysteria. To be caught up in such a horrible situtation and persecuted for just trying to help others and only do good it's no wonder that people of the time were so afraid of anything and everything.

This is a story that spans three prominent generations and still throughout the lifestyle of the people hardly changes. I guess being in the country at that time would keep things consistant and without change due to the fact that people were very poor.

I found this book to be more than I could have possibly expected and it played on every emotion with such intensity that I could not put the book down until my eyelids closed from exhaustion. This is a heavy read and not one for the week of heart. I truly feel blessed that the times have become so much more free and liberated so as not to have to live in such abject poverty that was common for this heartwrenching time.

If you are going to read just one book this year that is so close to historical fact that it just borders the lines of fiction/nonfiction, then I highly recommend this particular one. The author has gone well above and beyond to give us an encounting story of the truths behind greed, poverty, fear, hate, love, kindness and ever so much more that you will be in awe of the strength of the characters in this book.

Hardcover: 352 pages
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (April 7, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0547069677
ISBN-13: 978-0547069678

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Black Hills by Dan Simmons (3 Copy Audiobook Giveaway)

BLACK HILLS (Unabridged)
By Dan Simmons, read by Erik Davies and Michael McConnohie

In BLACK HILLS, Dan Simmons weaves the stories of Paha Sapa and Custer together seamlessly, depicting a violent and tumultuous time in the history of Native Americans and the United States Army.

I've got 3 copies to give away, many thanks to Anna at Hatchette for the books!!

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Worst Case by James Patterson (3 Copy Audiobook Giveaway)

WORST CASE (Unabridged)
By James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge, read by Bobby Canavale, John Glover, Orlagh Cassidy

From the bestselling author who brought you the Alex Cross novels comes James Patterson's most action-packed series yet. With the heart-pounding suspense that only Patterson delivers, WORST CASE will leave you gasping for breath until the very end.

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On The Brink by Henry M. Paulson Jr. (3 Copy Audiobook Giveaway)

ON THE BRINK (Unabridged)
By Henry M. Paulson, Jr., read by Dan Woren

Former Secretary of the Treasury Hank Paulson -- who was at the epicenter of the crashing financial markets -- provides his first person account of what really happened.

I've got 3 copies to give away, many thanks to Anna at Hatchette for the books!!

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Monday, February 22, 2010

The Scarlet Lion by Elizabeth Chadwick (Terra's Review)

The Scarlet Lion by Elizabeth Chadwick is more than just a novel. It is a story of one man and his honor, his dedication to family and country and to all the things that a true Knight of the Realm should be. A man that treads the fine line between wealth or poverty, high court standing or disgrace. An honor bound man that knows that patience brings rewards that could be snatched away so easily by giving into anger and impatience. This is a story that will grab you from the first word to the very last and make you savour each delicious morsel in between.

This is the second book in the series with the first being "The Greatest Knight". You must read these in order or you will be completely lost in "The Scarlet Lion".

The Scarlet Lion starts right from where it's predecessor finished without much time loss in between. This is a meaty book that you will read more slowly than that of the light fluffy purely imaginative fiction books that are so readily available.

Our story starts out with Richard as King and William Marshall being more or less his right hand man. With the death of Richard, John is crowned King and William swears allegiance to him just the same as he has done with the four previous Kings before him.

There is quite a bit of turbulence in this book between King John and William Marshall as well as between William and his beautiful wife Isabelle. The latter caused by the earlier for King John is extremely paranoid.

The author has done an extreme amount of research here and it most certainly shows. From the colors, scents, sounds, emotions of people, places and things you can't help but feel as if you are a bystander watching the entire story unfold right before your very eyes. You will laugh, cry, cringe, hate, loathe and want to really ring someones neck. The author has made this story so viable that you cannot help but feel every emotion tingle throughout your being.

If you enjoy Historical Fiction then this is a story of caliber that you really should not miss.

Paperback: 576 pages
Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark; Original edition (March 1, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1402229992
ISBN-13: 978-1402229992

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Powder and Patch by Georgette Heyer

Powder and Patch by Georgette Heyer is an exceptional story of the purity of the Regency period that we love so dearly. If you are a fan of Jane Austen and haven't read Miss Heyer yet then what are you waiting for.

Cleone Charteris is a young lady of fine manners and undeniable beauty. As with most young ladies of this time however, she is also a bit of spoiled snob. She is of marriageable age and the young man who would give his life in order to protect hers is much to plain and common in his appearance for her.

Philip Jettan is a hard working man but one without polish. He is strong, honest and so sure that his dear love Cleone will accept him as he is that upon his asking for her hand in marriage he is devastated when she refuses because he is a plain country bumpkin instead of a painted popinjay.

Our author writes her stories with a purity of heart and soul that is nothing short of a breath of fresh air. She takes our plain country bumpkin and makes him into a finely polished gem that sparkles brighter than the stars in the heavens. A hero that is much sot after in the world of paint, powder and power that anyone who knew of him before said transition is utterly astonished at the remarkable transformation that has come about so quickly.

The hundred dollar question is though, will Philip remember his roots and his love for Cleone after all he has done and gone through? Will the lust of power and the challenge of the game of the upstairs society lure him towards total refinement or will his past have enough of a life line to him to keep him in check with who he truly is under all the Powder and Patch?

Paperback: 208 pages
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (January 1, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1402219490
ISBN-13: 978-1402219498

Knight of Pleasure by Margaret Mallory

Knight of Pleasure by Margaret Mallory is a savory delight that is sure to please. This is book two of the series of three and even more delectable than it's previous installment in book one. Most assuredly Margaret Mallory is an author with much promise and passion to keep us satisfied for quite some time.

Lady Isobel Hume is a sight to behold. Married off to an old man in her early teens, she has been through hell and back with a marriage made of profits to both sides instead of one of love. Now that her husband is dead, all she can hope for is a match made by the King to a man of respect, courage, honesty and all the things that we have come to think of in a knight of the realm. Aah, but will that indeed be her fate?

Sir Stephen Carleton is a ladies man to the T. A rogue to be sure but a man of honor with a strong set or morale's that will make him appealing in one respect and appalling in the other. Sir Stephen is a classic case of never judge a book by its cover. He is a King's man and his loyalty to the crown is never questioned. Unfortunately for him and his roving eyes, can he stay away from the fair Lady Isobel?

Our author has done a superb job with this installment of "All The King's Men". Non stop action, romping steamy scenes that are sure to fog your glasses and enough court intrigue to have you drooling from beginning to end. A book that you will not want to miss if you are a lover of Historical Romance.

Mass Market Paperback: 400 pages
Publisher: Forever (December 1, 2009)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0446553387
ISBN-13: 978-0446553384

To Desire a Devil by Elizabeth Hoyt

To Desire a Devil by Elizabeth Hoyt was story that digs deep into the heart. A romance that will touch you in many ways and show you that courage does get rewarded in the end.

Beatrice Corning is not the popular much sot after beauty like many other young ladies in London but she is still quite pleasing to the eye. She is too trusting and kind for her own good and is fearless to a fault. She is every bit naive as the youngest of girls to have their first season but that doesn't stop her from protecting what is important to her and hers.

Reynaud St. Aubyn has been at war on the continent for such a long time that he is proclaimed lost and deceased. Having gone though the Hell's of war and tortures of the soul it takes quite some time for his mind to come back to him enough to realize he does indeed have a life that was important to him before all this unpleasantness. Unfortunately for Reynaud, he has been replaced as Lord and Master of his estate and he will have to fight tooth and nail to get back what was his birthright and properly due to him.

The storyline is one that could so easily fit into today's society in some ways that it becomes more real as you delve further into each chapter. A sad storyline to start but with determination, courage and the fight for what's proper, this story brings to it a happy ending. One that I thoroughly enjoyed from beginning to end with giggles, heart wrenching tears, hope, amazement and just so much more. This is one you won't be able to put down and the entire series of four books was a true delight from an author that knows her stuff.

Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
Publisher: Vision (November 1, 2009)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0446406945
ISBN-13: 978-0446406949

Thursday, December 31, 2009

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Devil May Cry by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Devil May Cry by Sherrilyn Kenyon is another delicious Dark-Hunter novel that will sizzle your panties off. I'm still licking my fingers on this one.

Sin is our hero and main character in this book and oh what a true sin he is. Tall, dark and handsome doesn't even begin to describe him and add in some sarcastic wit to make a really explosive man.

Our hero once a God was stripped of his powers by the heffer Goddess in her greed to want more powers and to help destroy The Sumerian Gods. Good gosh if there is one character you can really love to hate through this series it would have to be the Bitch Heffer Goddess. Simi wants to eat said Bitch Heffer Goddess but everyone keeps saying no. LOL! Gosh I love Simi.

Now our beloved Sin is the royal Pain in the Ass and the nastiest of the said Dark-Hunters. He lives in Las Vegas why...........because it's the Sin capitol of the World. Now talk about fitting in really good. Yup that's Sin. What a perfect place to do what you want, when you want and where you want without getting in deep doo doo for it.

Our author has given us the best of stories here and I chuckled from beginning to end. Maybe being a bit spiteful and very sarcastic myself is what can truly make me appreciate what Sherrilyn has done here. She has also given our characters so much personality you cannot help but feel like you're tagging along as one of the crowd. I found myself totally amerced in the book to the point that I was feeling, seeing and experiencing what everyone else was. Kudo's for another well done.

Sunday, December 6, 2009

The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe by J. Randy Taraborrelli

The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe by J. Randy Taraborrelli is in essense a story of Beauty and the Beast. A beautiful young woman with so much potential who is chased throughout her life by the beast of disappointment, heartbreak, abuse, drugs and doubtful self esteem. A story of a beautiful young woman whose life is but a roller coaster ride with so many ups and down it's no wonder the tragic outcome.

I must confess this is the first I have read of this actress and am glad for the opportunity to hear it from an author that has taken the time to get the facts from reliable sources so as to give us a true rendition of what really went on behind the closed doors of America's Sweetheart. Even though I was but a young child when Marilyn Monroe met her tragic end I still remember so much emphasis on the most beautiful woman that ever lived. The two people I do remember from this time period are Marilyn Monroe and JFK. Two people whose lives impacted so many and ended so tragically.

The author starts this story before Marilyn is even thought of and the circumstances that bring about her life. A story starting with her grandmother giving us important background that will give us some understanding of the vicious cycle of all that is good and bad in life. A telling of no matter what station you hold in life and how the happiness and cruelties can latch onto you as easily as a cold germ from the sneeze of a sick person in a grocery store.

This story talks about Marilyn's loves, marriages, affairs. Her achievements from hard word and failings from human frailty. People she knew that influenced her to the point of almost truly possessing her. Bad choices and good choices she made and how each and every one affected the outcome of her life. The story makes you think of what if she had made a different choice and how fate would have handled her. A story that will touch you in many ways and open your eyes to how good your life really is in comparison.

Audio CD
Publisher: Hachette Audio; Abridged edition (August 24, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1607882558
ISBN-13: 978-1607882558

Friday, November 27, 2009

The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold

The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold is a heart wrenching account of a young girl's untimely death and how it not only affects her but also how it affects all those around her. It gives us a possible inside look at what happens to those that are left behind and how they cope over time with the ugliness of rape and murder.

This story is graphic and to the point. I have to admit I cried during the second cd and my heart was breaking for this imaginary child. Once past this I was able to listen to a well written story that really gave me real insight into what goes on after the fact. What happens to those who are left behind and robbed of the love of a child. How siblings deal with this devastation and learn from it. How the entire populace that may or may not have known this child deal with the stark reality of the ultimate cruelty.

The author has told the story from the murdered young girl's point of view as she resides in Heaven. A story that is rich with possibility of a better life to follow full of happiness beyond measure. A story of how this young girl watches her family on earth wishing she could let them know that she is okay and happy so as to end their pain and help them move on with the lives they should have had. A story so rich in emotion, perfectly crafted in literary style as to capture you with each word, sentence and paragraph to keep you needing to hear more. A perfect example of a storyteller doing what they do best.

Audio CD
Publisher: Hachette Audio; Unabridged edition (September 30, 2009)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 160024842X
ISBN-13: 978-1600248429

Say You're One of Them by Uwem Akpan

Say You're One of Them by Uwem Akpan is a wake up call to the reality of life in Africa. Three stories that will make you feel very privileged to have a life of freedom and plenty compared to those of third world countries. This is real life everyone and not for the week of heart.

We in America think of what more we could have and what more we deserve in this life of plenty we have. But after listening to these stories I realize that even those that are homeless here in our free country have ever so much more than those of the different countries on the continent of Africa. I myself have been through what I consider many hardships but after listening to this I realize that no matter how hard life has been for me I am ever so much more free and privileged than those I have just listened to.

Each story is from a different country in Africa and each is no less devastating and mind boggling than the one before it.

The first story is about a girl who parents are from two different tribes and the conflict this will create. Our young girl learns about the harshness of what it's like when the elders decree war on each other in these tribes and what will happen to those caught in it's grip. The choices each parent has to make are no less heartbreaking and horrid when hatred and violence rear their ugly heads.

The second story shows us to what lengths families must go to in order to try and put food on the table and to try and have at least one member of their family have a chance at a life so much better than the poverty and squallier that encompasses all of them in their young lives. Old age is not an option in these countries and youth is not carefree and happy. Children are required and expected to do the unthinkable. Things that we in our beloved easy life looked at in abject horror and most times cannot comprehend the full impact of why they must live like this.

The third story is a bit less violent and heartbreaking but still has it's impact on us with the prejudicism that runs rampart through these countries and tribes segregating adults and children like a fever run wild. How is a young child suppose to understand such things as these I will never know.

Upon finishing these stories all I can do is feel humbled and rich in every way possible compared to those who are less privileged. My heart and prayers go out to the impoverished peoples of the world who have a life so difficult.

Publisher: Hachete Audio (2009)
Language: English
ASIN: B002W2R6N8

Monday, November 23, 2009

Bitten by Cupid by Lynsay Sands, Pamela Palmer, Jaime Rush

Bitten by Cupid by Lynsay Sands, Pamela Palmer and Jaime Rush is a lusciously lip smacking dessert for Valentine's Day. Readers will delight in all three stories equally as each one is just a different Valentine prop and ever so important in its own right. Just think of Lynsay's story as the Perfect Red Rose, Pamela's story as the Silky Red Sheets and Jaime's story as the Dedecant Chocolate to be savored as you climax. Oh-la-la! Merci beau coup!

Vampire Valentine by Lynsay Sands is a petite delight about the Argeneau family. Dear Aunt Marguerite is back at it in full spades with her match making and it's unlikely victims. This time our story tries to match up a giant angel of patience and I swear the Devil's own female twin. Both very passionate, both complete opposites to the extreme which leads our heroine in for the surprise of her life. A must have not to be missed.

Hearts Untamed by Pamela Palmer brings out the beast in all of us. This delicious installment will have cupid blushing brighter than a neon light. Our heroine is caught in a web that will make her deceive those around her that she loves all in hopes of saving their lives. Our hero is everything a hero should be, a knight in white shinning armour but in his case a with few rough sharp edges that can be deadly when push comes to shove. Will our hero still love our heroine when he finds out the truth? What will our heroine give to keep her secrets?

Kiss and Kill Cupid by Jaime Rush will really keep you guessing. Our heroine can hear what other's think but what happens when she overhears the most horrid thoughts that one person can possibly think and how will she deal with this knowledge when no one knows of her gift. Can she possibly stand up to the Kiss and Kill Cupid when she is sooooo distracted by a luscious piece of eye candy dangling right in front of her eyes. Especially when this eye candy wants her with an intensity of a Tom Cat chasing a Putty in Heat? Yowzer! Sizzle, sizzle!

Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
Publisher: Avon (January 12, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0061894451
ISBN-13: 978-0061894459