Posts Tagged ‘Teen’

 My Merlin Awakening (My Merlin, #2)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 »

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My Boyfriend Merlin (My Merlin, #1)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 »

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Rae of HopeRae of Hope by W.J. May

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Haunted by the memories of her parent’s death when she was just six-years-old, Rae Kerrigan has done her best in moving forward. Her aunt and uncle have taken it upon themselves to raise her to the best of their ability. Yet there are things about Rae’s past that they’ve kept a secret from her. Secrets that are slowly catching up to each and every one of them.

Her life changes from the moment she’s sent back to England to attend a very posh private school. Whether it’s for better or worse, Rae isn’t sure, but she’s determined to live up to her family’s expectations. Sadly, her idea of school isn’t what she expected when she sets foot at the academy. Read on »

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Night SkyNight Sky by Jolene B. Perry

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Jameson has been in love with Sarah ever since he can remember. Everything she needs help with, he’s always there to lend a hand. While friendship is something they share between, deep inside he’s hoped that some day soon he could make her girlfriend. Yet Fate has other ideas. Never once did he expect to lose her to another, most especially Eric.

Despite the disappointment, he’s determined to make the most of the situation. While making his way home one night, he meets the gorgeous, and elusive. Sky. She’s older, wiser, and she stirs his senses in a way that Sarah never has. Part of him wants to know the secrets she holds inside, to know what makes her who she is. Divulging little tidbits of wisdom every time they meet, Jameson finds himself drawn to Sky with every moment that passes. Everything about her intrigues him. Read on »

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The Kiss OffThe Kiss Off by Sarah Billington

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Ever since she can remember, Poppy Douglas has had a penchant for writing songs on any topic she could think of. It’s her favorite pastime and she enjoys it immensely. The topics she chooses to sing about are anything but normal. Writing music is one of her simple pleasures that she likes to share with outside world via her YouTube channel.

A woman scorned, Poppy soon pens a song about her ex-boyfriend and her now ex-best friend. Yet never once did she imagine gaining recognition for a song she created in order to nurse a broken heart. Determined to not let things with Cameron get to her, she pretends that everything is fine and dandy. Unfortunately, Cameron and Nikki are hard to ignore. They seem to be anywhere and everywhere, further driving home the fact that they’re very much together. Read on »

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