My Merlin Awakening by Priya Ardis
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
From the moment she pulled Excalibur free of the stone, Ryan DuLac’s life went from being practically unknown to being plunged into the limelight, so to speak. It didn’t help that Matt had revealed himself to be Merlin before the entire world thereafter. Oh no, that’s quite a little thing compared to the enormous weight that now sits upon her shoulders. Her priorities have taken a different turn and she’s supposed to fulfill the obligations that surround the life of a sword-bearer now that she can wield Excalibur. That, unfortunately, is the least of her worries.
Determined to shun the responsibility of being the sword-bearer, Ryan claims that she needs more to time to come to grasp with her new status. She wants nothing to do with Camelot or the sword itself. In her mind, she did her duty and Matt can take care of the rest. Yet when a second tremor rocks the entire world, she realizes she can’t quite run from her past or the rocky onset of the future. Read on »
My Boyfriend Merlin by Priya Ardis
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Arriane DuLac, or Ryan, as she prefers to be called has had to put up with a lot of pain and heartache. Her mother was taken from her unexpectedly as she’d tried to protect her from outside forces. Forces that are hell-bent on ending her own life, once and for all. Ryan, on the other hand, refuses to go down without a fight. Deep inside, she yearns to avenge her mother’s death and hopes to get that very chance some day soon.
When a giant stone with King Arthur’s stone, Excalibur, falls smack dab in the middle of Trafalgar Square, Ryan and the entire world are thrown for a loop. Her ex-boyfriend, Matt Emrys seems to know something about the spectacle itself, yet he refuses to say exactly what it is he knows. Ryan does her best to get Matt to divulge his secrets, but her feminine wiles can only go so far. Not that Matt’s falling for them, mind you. He has a much larger agenda on his hands and he’s not quite paying attention to the situation at hand. Or so Ryan thinks. Read on »
H.E.A.R.T. Saga ~ The Children by Linna Drehmel
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Ever since she was born, DraDonna has been different. She is an enigma, born with copper-colored hair that set her apart from the rest. While her parents and the previous Ambassador considered her unique, DraDonna always thought otherwise. Subjected to ridicule while growing up, she was always determined to show everyone that she was just like them. Sadly, people refused to be believe in her completely.
Despite the disappointments of her childhood, she did her best to fit in. A world built on perfection, she’s never had to question her existence. The HEART has provided for all her children and DraDonna’s loyalty to her beloved God has never wavered. Until now, that is. Read on »
Shadow on the Wall by Pavarti K. Tyler
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
For as long as he can remember, Recai Osman has been the keeper of secrets. Secrets that have bogged him down to the point that he’s wished for death in more ways than one. Throughout his entire life, he’s lost his loved ones and every remnant of his life. He’s clamored many times for release from the earthly realm he lives in, but Allah has other ideas. Recai is meant for many things and Allah’s will must be done.
Witnessing atrocities committed against him and his people, Recai has no other course of action but to come to the aid of those who need it. To do that, he’ll need to take matters into his own hands and rise from the dead. He’s failed to save those to close him in the past and he’s not sure if he can live up to the standards Allah has set before him. Yet part of him wonders if he can do just that. Read on »
The Seven Habits of Highly Infective People by William Todd Rose
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Life for Bosley Coughlin has never been easy. He’s seen things that no one else has seen and has done things he’s not always proud of. Yet there’s something about him that sets him apart from everyone else. You see, he can travel through time. He’s never sure as to where he’ll end up whenever Time comes to claim him, but the things he experiences wherever he goes leave him scarred for life. Most especially since he’s repeatedly given glimpses of how the world will end soon enough. Mind you, it’s not pretty.
With every trip he takes, he becomes privy to the circumstances that lead to the Earth’s demise. Chaos and destruction now reign supreme. Cold, callous beings, shells of those formerly living, now walk the streets, eager to prey on unsuspecting souls. Falling into their hands guarantees a quick, merciless death, a certainty survivors now do their best to avoid. Read on »