Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Blog Tour: All Her Secrets by Kate Avery Ellison- Excerpt & Giveaway

I'm super excited to be taking in Barclay Publicity's Blog Tour for All Her Secrets by Kate Avery Ellison with an excerpt and a giveaway. I've previously read and loved Ellison's Secrets of Itlantis series and was excited to dive into All Her Secrets.

Nothing is as it seems in this psychological YA thriller set in a not-too-distant future.


Eighteen-year-old Victoria, the daughter of inventor and visionary-genius Bill Faraday, was almost murdered by a stranger four years ago. She's been trying to forget the incident ever since.

When Victoria discovers something that might explain why she was brutally attacked, she heads home from college to uncover the truth. Then, she’s kidnapped.


Sam’s just a poor kid from Valley City, but he knows who Victoria is as soon as his cousin Craig drags her from the trees. He doesn’t want anything to do with what appears to be a revenge kidnapping, but Craig has a gun and needs someone to take the fall if things go wrong.


Craig and his buddies imprison Sam and Victoria in an abandoned mountain cabin to await ransom. Putting aside mistrust for tentative friendship, Victoria and Sam conspire to escape together, and the close quarters ignite a startling attraction between them. Then they discover strange tunnels beneath the cabin. And what they find inside the tunnels proves more bizarre.

With a plan in place to escape, freedom seems within reach. But Sam and Victoria are both keeping secrets about their past.

And secrets can be deadly.

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From All Her Secrets....

You’re never prepared for the sound of someone breaking down your front door.

The wood splinters, the sound like a bone snapping. The doorknob hits the wall. My adrenaline is a gunshot to my chest.


For a moment, I am perfectly still, the frog in the flashlight beam. My book falls onto the covers with a muffled thump. My hands are shaking and my vision is blurry. I can’t breathe right. This doesn’t feel real, but I know it is.

We have a security system, state of the art, but it doesn’t go off. Why doesn’t it go off?

More splintering sounds, a loud thud, a slam. Footsteps.

I hear voices.

I run toward the window. It doesn’t have a latch. It isn’t supposed to open. Of course not. I hit it with the heels of my hands, but I know the glass won’t break, because it is bulletproof.

They had to have heard that. I have to get out of here now.

I kick the glass so hard I fall back on the bed. When I push myself up, somebody’s in the doorway.

Everything slows down and becomes painfully distinct.

He’s not tall, but he’s muscled, with a blunt, square face. The dark shape of him in my doorway is foreign and wrong, like a spider in the shower. He’s blocking the hall, and behind him, I barely hear the shatter of things falling in the kitchen over the roaring of blood in my ears.

He’s looking at me, and I’m looking at him. My mind jumps ahead to what is going to happen next, but then I stop thinking about that because I’m not going to give up yet. The feeling surges inside me, a wave of fierce and terrible protest.

He yells something to someone in another room, but I can’t understand him. My brain has stopped processing language. Instead, I’m seeing the room around me. The exits. There’s no door out except the one he’s standing in. I can’t run through the walls.

I’m trapped.

The world slows down. Time feels like cement, and every eye blink takes a thousand years. I reach behind me and grab anything I can reach—a hairbrush. It’s the most worthless weapon in the world, but I clutch it to my chest like it’s a knife. I’m thinking, WHERE IS MY CELL PHONE?

I can’t breathe.

A girl steps into the doorway beside the guy. She has dark brown hair and a flawlessly beautiful face, but her smile is angry. A toboggan hat is pulled down almost to her eyebrows, and she’s wearing slouchy torn jeans. She’s chewing gum, and she blows a bright pink bubble as she points at me. Her fingernails are painted sky blue.

They come around the bed. I back up to the wall. My heart slams against my ribs.

Fight, flight, or freeze. Those are my options. I can’t flee, so fight or freeze?

I pick fight.
Kate Avery Ellison decided she wanted to be an author when she was five years old, and with hard work, determination, and the support of loved ones along the way, her dreams of telling stories for a living came true in 2011 with her first novel, The Curse Girl, and continued with her Amazon bestselling series The Frost Chronicles and numerous other fantasy and science fiction novels. She loves putting a dash of mystery in everything she writes, an ode to her childhood spent reading Nancy Drew, Agatha Christie, and Sherlock Holmes, and she can’t resist adding a good twist in the story wherever she can.

Kate wishes she could live in a place where it’s always October, but until that’s possible, she makes her home in humid Atlanta with her husband, son, and two spoiled cats. When she isn’t dreaming up her next novel or holed up writing it down, Kate can be found binging her favorite shows on Netflix, reading on her Kindle, building intricate train track configurations with her toddler, and playing board games with her husband and friends.

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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Book Shelf: All Her Secrets by Kate Avery Ellison

Nothing is as it seems in this psychological YA thriller set in a not-too-distant future.


Eighteen-year-old Victoria, the daughter of inventor and visionary-genius Bill Faraday, was almost murdered by a stranger four years ago. She's been trying to forget the incident ever since.

When Victoria discovers something that might explain why she was brutally attacked, she heads home from college to uncover the truth. Then, she’s kidnapped.


Sam’s just a poor kid from Valley City, but he knows who Victoria is as soon as his cousin Craig drags her from the trees. He doesn’t want anything to do with what appears to be a revenge kidnapping, but Craig has a gun and needs someone to take the fall if things go wrong.


Craig and his buddies imprison Sam and Victoria in an abandoned mountain cabin to await ransom. Putting aside mistrust for tentative friendship, Victoria and Sam conspire to escape together, and the close quarters ignite a startling attraction between them. Then they discover strange tunnels beneath the cabin. And what they find inside the tunnels proves more bizarre.

With a plan in place to escape, freedom seems within reach. But Sam and Victoria are both keeping secrets about their past.

And secrets can be deadly.

More info on Goodreads.....


All Her Secrets is a standalone tale from author Kate Avery Ellison and is a mysterious tale of survival set in an alternate futuristic world that keeps you guessing until the very end. 

Set in the not too distant future, All Her Secrets introduces readers to eighteen year old Victoria whose father is the world famous genius and inventor Bill Faraday known for his robotic inventions that now litter the world all around us. Victoria is a survivor, having survived an attempted murder four years before, but nothing could have prepared her to find herself kidnapped from her home and taken out into the wilderness by a group of individuals who plan to ransom her to her rich and powerful father. Sam’s just a hard working young man who grew up in a ruined city and is just hoping to put his younger sister through school and pay for is ailing grandmas stay in a medical facility. He never planned to get drawn into his cousin Craig’s kidnapping of Victoria or find himself a victim too when Craig turns on him. Imprisoned together in a deserted cabin, Victoria and Sam will have to work together if they have any hope of escaping, but with both teens keeping secrets, will their secrets be their downfall?

Having deeply enjoyed Kate Avery Ellison’s Secrets of Itlantis series, I was excited to dive straight into her latest release All Her Secrets and was very happy with the story I found. Perfect for fans of Black Ice by Becca Fitzpatrick, All Her Secrets is a well told tale of survival that mixes romance with mystery, secrets and the unexpected. 

Unfolding through short, sharp chapters that bounce back and forth between Victoria and Sam’s POV, All Her Secrets introduces readers to a slightly futuristic world where robots have taken the majority of jobs from everyday people and are a fixture in everyday life, although they are vehemently opposed by certain groups of people. Personally I enjoyed that the world within All Her Secrets is very close to our current would but was tinged with advancements. If I was being picky I think I would have liked to get to know Ellison’s world a little bit more, but at the same time I appreciated that she focused around Victoria and Sam’s fight for survival more and that survival in the elements aura that surrounded the story. 

I thought Victoria and Sam were personable characters, especially Sam who won me over with his kind-hearted desire to do the best for his family. Discovering that he works to put his sister through school and keep his unwell grandmother in the care made me love him even more. He really was just in a bad situation and fighting to do the best he could.

Imprisoned in a cabin in the woods, Victoria and Sam do bond very quickly as they realise they’ll need to rely on one another if they have any hope to escape. At first they’re both not sure if they should trust the other or if they should fake a sense of camaraderie to get what they want, but there is an honest connection there between them and I liked seeing Kate Avery Ellison build their relationship up as they shared details about themselves with each other to pass the time. 

There’s this burning sense of desperation to Victoria and Sam’s plight as they fight to survive and escape. Readers will never expect the twist at the end when Ellison reveals the motivations and true natures of some characters. Unexpected and surprising, the ending was sufficient enough to wrap up the tale, but still left me with questions. 

Overall All Her Secrets is an engaging tale of survival and the power of secrets that is well worth a read if you love survivalist tales with a twist or are after something guaranteed to keep you wondering until the final page. 

Sent for review by publisher via Netgalley (Thank you guys!)
Publisher: Barclay Publicity
Format: Kindle ebook via Netgalley

Release Date: October 18th 2016
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Final Thoughts:
Perfect for fans of Black Ice by Becca Fitzpatrick, All Her Secrets is well worth a read.

Monday, October 24, 2016

Owl Post #103

Inspired by The Story Siren's In My Mailbox, Owl Post allows us bloggers to showcase the books we've bought, won or received throughout the week and is hosted by Brodie over at Eleusinian Mysteries. We all know that the Owl Post is the fastest way to send and receive mail and they certainly make me happy every time they drop a book off.
Hi guys and welcome to another Owl Post :) Here's what I got last week.....
For Review:
 From Scholastic Australia:
- The Fever Code by James Dashner
This is the 5th book in The Maze Runner series, although it's technically a prequel if I understand the timeline correctly. I've read and really enjoyed the first book, but haven't read the rest of the series yet. Think I'll have to try do that before I begin this one.
.....Thank you Scholastic!
I Bought:
- Leveled by Jay Crownover
This is the first novella in Jay Crownover's Marked Men spin-off, Saints of Denver. I LOVED the Marked Men series and I can't wait to finally begin the Saints of Denver books. Just need to find the time to work them into my reading schedule alongside my review books!
And that's me this week!
What did the owls bring YOU?

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Book Blitz: The Harvesting Series by Melanie Karsak- Giveaway

Welcome to the Book Blitz for The Harvesting Series by Melanie Karsak presented by Xpresso Book Tours! I think this series looks cool with it's rocking covers--hope you feel the same!

It’s all fun and games until someone ends up undead.
Layla Petrovich has spent her whole life running away from her hometown of Hamletville. Raised by the town’s medium, and dubbed the “weird” girl for her fascination with swords, the last thing Layla wants is to go home.
But when she receives a desperate call to return just as a mysterious outbreak sweeps the country, Layla’s instincts urge her to go. Good thing, because the dead are rising.

Layla, however, isn’t entirely on her own. With her psychic powers growing, surely everything will turn out okay, right?
Not so fast. Just when Layla believes she might survive the apocalypse, a sinister and ancient force rises from the shadows to finish mankind for good.

Because the truth is, we were never alone in this world.
Begin The Harvesting Series with The Harvesting, Book 1.


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Melanie Karsak is the author of The Airship Racing Chronicles, The Harvesting Series, and The Celtic Blood Series. A steampunk connoisseur, zombie whisperer, and heir to the iron throne, the author currently lives in Florida with her husband and two children. She is an Instructor of English at Eastern Florida State College. Connect with me online: For free short stories, VIP sneak peeks, giveaways, release information, and more, join my newsletter:

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Saturday, October 22, 2016

Book Shelf: Hold Me Like a Breath (Once Upon a Crime Family #1) by Tiffany Schmidt

Penelope Landlow has grown up with the knowledge that almost anything can be bought or sold—including body parts. She’s the daughter of one of the three crime families that control the black market for organ transplants.

Penelope’s surrounded by all the suffocating privilege and protection her family can provide, but they can't protect her from the autoimmune disorder that causes her to bruise so easily.

And in her family's line of work no one can be safe forever.

All Penelope has ever wanted is freedom and independence. But when she’s caught in the crossfire as rival families scramble for prominence, she learns that her wishes come with casualties, that betrayal hurts worse than bruises, that love is a risk worth taking . . . and maybe she’s not as fragile as everyone thinks.

More info on Goodreads....


Hold Me Like a Breath by Tiffany Schmidt is the first novel in her Once Upon A Crime Family series is a well written and original contemporary read that introduces readers to an alluring and intriguing world of crime, betrayal and mystery woven together with romance, sweetness and friendship. 

Seventeen year old Penelope Landlow is a member of one the most prominent and successful crime families responsible for black market organ transplants. Suffering from an autoimmune disorder that causes her to bruise and bleed easily, Penny has spent her life behind the iron bars of her family’s estate, protected and watched over. Multiple blood infusions and treatments haven’t dulled Penny’s desire for freedom and to be treated normal, but Penny could never have expected her chance at independence would come through tragedy. Caught between rival families keen to take power over the organ industry, Penny will discover that not everything is as it seems, no one can be trusted and betrayal is closer than she thought…. 

Having previously read and loved Tiffany Schmidt’s Bright Before Sunrise, I was super excited to read her latest release Hold Me Like a Breath and thoroughly enjoyed it. I was actually I bit surprised to discover after finishing the story how many negative reviews it garnered because I found a lot to like within its pages. 

Introducing readers to a unique and tangible world, Hold Me Like a Breath was a steadily progressing tale that weaves an intriguing story. Tiffany Schmidt is a beautiful writer. Her prose it effortless, but lyrical and I loved the Mafia-esq world she created within Hold Me Like a Breath. There's a lot I want to discover about it.

The main character in Hold Me Like a Breath Penny was someone I actually liked. Penny suffers from a rare disease known as idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, a condition that sees its sufferers bruise and bleed easily as their bodies destroy their own Platelets. In a time where a lot of authors strive to write heroines that are seen as oddly vulnerable despite their obvious strengths, I have to commend Tiffany Schmidt for giving Penny a fragility that actually had a medical reason behind it. Despite coming from a powerful, wealthy and successful family, Penny’s frustration at being overly protected bleeds through the pages and her desire for independence evident with each word Schmidt wrote. I was very much behind her fight for freedom, even if it came of the wings of a loss and enjoyed seeing her survive on her own

Hold Me Like a Breath sees Penny grow amidst a loss. At first I was thrown by the fact there were two guys in Penelope’s life—one she had always had feelings for and a second she fell for. Personally I feel like the first guy—or at least his budding romance with Penny, was unnecessary, while the second guy in her life was all kinds of sweetness. Penny and Char have all the hallmarks of that perfect, sweet first love and I thought they were so adorable and endearing. 

There were some revelations with characters I had kind of put together myself and others I just wasn’t expecting. Hold Me Like a Breath introduces three different crime families to readers and I’m hopeful of getting the opportunity to explore them more as the series progresses, especially seeing as the sequel Break Me Like a Promise is set to feature Magnolia Vickers--someone we met in Hold Me Like a Breath and a member of the Texas crime family. 

Overall, I found Hold Me Like a Breath to be an engaging and unique read with a sweet romance. Looking forward to seeing what Tiffany Schmidt has in store in the next novel of the series!

Sent for review by publisher (Thank you guys!)
Publisher: Bloomsbury Australia
Format: Paperback
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Release Date: July 2016
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Final Thoughts:
I really enjoyed this and can't wait to read the next book as soon as I can!

Friday, October 21, 2016

Release Day Celebration: The Boxer and the Butterfly by Sasha Hibbs- Excerpt

I want to say a big HAPPY RELEASE to Sasha Hibbs and her latest release The Boxer and the Butterfly! I can't wait to read and review this fabulous looking novel and urge you all to check it out!

Autumn Chamberlain has everything: a rich family, connections and a perfect GPA. Autumn’s satisfied being the perfect daughter until she engages in a game of dare and loses.

Her punishment for destroying school property? Tell her parents and face the consequences or tutor bad boy, Mickey Costello. The problem? He’s the principal’s nephew and has more demons than Autumn could’ve ever imagined.

Living life on the edge, Mickey’s everything she isn’t. Once tutoring begins, he shows her a world where everything that glitters isn’t gold. As their attraction grows, long buried secrets resurface. Inside the ring Mickey’s never lost a fight, but when tragedies come back to haunt him, he’ll have to conquer past sins, guilt and a hate crime that pushes them both to the edge. Can Mickey fight his way through his troubled past to have a future with Autumn or will the truth shatter them both forever?

From The Boxer and the Butterfly.....

Again they danced. I thought of Mickey’s training, his rhythmic sliding in and out of the maze of ropes as though the lines where projected onto the ring from my mind’s eye. As I watched Devin and Leo, I tried to assess where their skill stacked up against Mickey’s. 

Devin was large, but he was predictable. Leo, on the other hand, was unassuming. He watched Devin as a predator would its prey, waiting patiently for the right opportunity to present itself. What worried me about the facts I was gathering, was Leo’s techniques reminded me of Mickey’s. His stealth, his patience, making every hit count, those were Mickey’s trademarks. The problem—Leo was five years older than Mickey. He had age and experience on his side. All Mickey had was the weight of his family’s financial burdens. 

The fight lasted five rounds. In the end I realized that Leo was only entertaining the audience and toying with Devin. He knocked him out in one hard uppercut that split Devin’s left temple above his eye. The blood spattered across the beige mat reminded me of a Pollock painting.  

The sight made me sick. Watching Leo, I could swear for a brief moment that he caught my gaze. There was something cold and unfeeling in his eyes that unnerved me. All I could think of was Mickey laying where Devin did. I felt hot, like I couldn’t breathe, as though the room was closing in on me. 

“I want to leave,” I said to Mickey. 

He looked down at me, and I could see him, but he was blurry. The room was fading, the noise diminishing even though I knew it was going on around me. I had to get out of there. 

I didn’t wait for Daniel or Mickey. I jetted from there and waited until I felt the gravel of the parking lot underneath my feet, before I started dry heaving. I had nothing in my stomach but cramps and nausea. I wiped my mouth off, trying to let the frigid winter air cool me down. I walked to Daniel’s truck, but before I got there, Mickey caught up to me. 

“Hey. Are you okay?” Mickey asked as he gently grabbed my elbow.

“No, Mickey. I am definitely not okay. Did you see what happened in there?” 

“Of course I did.” 

I gave him an incredulous look. 

“Please tell me, after that, you are not seriously contemplating fighting that guy,” I said, knots reforming in my stomach. 

“Autumn, I’ve been doing this for a couple of years. I came tonight to see what I was up against. I have to fight him,” Mickey said. “And now I know how to.” 

“Maybe you’re punch drunk, Mickey. Did you not see the same fight I just did? Devin is twice Leo’s size. By all logic, he should’ve won and Leo knocked him out. Do you understand what that means? Knockouts lead to—”

“Loss of brain tissue, can potentially lead to traumatic brain injuries, mood changes. Yes, Autumn, I am aware of the consequences,” Mickey said, pulling me into his arms. 

I was trying not to hyperventilate. I was only beginning to digest how serious boxing was, especially shady underground illegal ones where the same rules didn’t apply. And I didn’t want Mickey to be part of it.
“You’re so smart, Mickey. Too smart to be doing this. You have no formal training, no coach, nothing. You have nobody to protect you from someone like Leo. Don’t fight him. Please don’t let fighting take away what makes you you,” I said. I could feel hot tears pooling in my eyes. 

He stroked my hair as he listened to all my fears as if holding me would somehow erase all the awful images I’d just been subjected to. I vented about how smart he was. That he could use his head in college, not the ring. He listened patiently but ultimately said, “I have to do this.” 

I knew his secret, his desire to take care of his family regardless of the suffering he’d have to go through in order to obtain it. But it didn’t change the future I wanted more for him than he did himself. I knew his resolve was still set when he took his thumb and wiped away the last of my tears. I was tired, my eyes swollen from crying. That fear gnawing at me for Mickey gave way to the dawning realization that what I felt for Mickey was more than a passing feeling. I was falling in love with him. 

I wasn’t going to get anywhere with him. I sighed. Exhausted, I asked, “Why fight? Why boxing?” 

He tucked his finger under my jawline. Tilting my chin up, he softly kissed me and said against my lips, “Because it’s the only fight in this life that’s fair.” 

By age 5, Sasha Hibbs' favorite movie was Gone With the Wind. By age 12, she completed her 7th grade book report on the sequel, Scarlett. By 18, she met and married her very own Mr. Rhett Butler and as it turns out, she never had to worry about going back to Tara to win the love of her life back. Fortunately, he stuck with her.

With a love of all things paranormal, the ambiance of the South with its gigantic antebellum mansions and canopies of Spanish moss, and a love for her husband’s rich storytelling of blacksmiths and the mythology surrounding their origins, it wasn’t long until the world of her debut novel, Black Amaranth, was born.

When not working her day job as a nurse, you can find Sasha dreaming of her next beach trip, reading the latest YA novel, and drinking more white chocolate mocha than she should.

Sasha lives in mountainous West Virginia with her husband, Tim, and their two daughters, Aeliza and Ava. She is currently hard at work on her next novel.

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As someone who has always loved Sasha's books, I have no doubt that The Boxer and the Butterfly will be a brilliant read!

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Book Shelf: Quanta (The Shadow Ravens #2) by Lola Dodge

Just because Quanta can see the future doesn’t mean she can change it. She’s spent most of her life imprisoned, feeding her captors information to keep herself alive, but she’s finally reached the endgame and her death creeps closer by the moment.

The son of two senators, Altair Orpheus leads a life of privilege that provides the perfect cover for his side job: working with the rebel Shadow Ravens to undermine the ruling Seligo government. Everything is running like clockwork until he crosses paths with Quanta. As he watches her deftly maneuver through life in a perverse prison, his plastic heart melts. A jailbreak would be suicide, but Tair is willing to sacrifice everything to give her a chance at happiness.

Now Quanta senses a terrifying new future brewing. She and Tair are bound together, but every image of them kissing, snuggling, and acting knee-weakeningly happy is balanced by a much darker possibility. They’ll be picture perfect together, but only until time rips them apart. How can she follow her heart when she’s seen how their love plays out?

More info on Goodreads.....


Quanta by Lola Dodge is the second novel in The Shadow Ravens series and introduces readers to a brand new heroine and a new branch of this dynamite series that is guaranteed to have you eagerly turning the pages and desperately wanting more. 

Having spent most of her life imprisoned thanks to her ability to see the future, Quanta knows her time is running out—it’ll only be so long before her captors realise the information she feeds them is rubbish and she’ll run out her usefulness. Escape seems impossible…..until Quanta meets Tair. Altair Orpheus is the son of two senators and someone who has used his highborn position to infiltrate the Seligo government and their various science divisions, working undercover for the Shadow Ravens to bring down those in power. Used to maintaining his icy façade, Tair isn’t prepared to meet Quanta and have her affect him so---his mission is reliant on his staying in the Seligo’s good graces, but after spending time with Quanta, Tair is suddenly willing to risk it all to help her break free. Tormented by visions of a future with her and Tair kissing, cuddling and deeply in love, Quanta is torn between wanting Tair’s help to escape and protecting him from the grisly end she knows he’ll meet if he stays with her. Her options are limited, and with the Seligo closing in, will Quanta be able to find a future she can live with? Or are she and Tair destined to be a tragedy. 

Having enjoyed the first book Cipher so much, I was delighted to find that though it was so different, I did love Quanta just as much. Featuring the benefit of being able to be read without reading the first book first, Quanta introduces readers to a new branch of the Shadow Raven world, a kick-ass new heroine and promising romance. Told by Lola Dodge, Quanta weaves an interesting story that explores an intriguing take on future prediction and visions. 

There’s plenty of action to be found within Quanta as well as the developing relationship between Quanta and Tair that accompanies the storyline. I found the concept of the timeghosts really interesting—the possibilities of different futures, all visible by Quanta and alterable by the tiniest of actions or smallest of changes. Lola Dodge keeps things progressing nicely, but there’s a lot of time shifts and changes that is reminiscent of all the best Sci-Fi movies. 

With the book unfolding through the perspectives of both Quanta and Altair, it was easy to get to know the two of them and I have to say I liked what I saw. Quanta had fire for someone who had been held in captivity and experimented on and I enjoyed seeing her fight back when she had the chance. She was smart having managed to survive for as long as she had, and although she has been effected by all she’s been through, I think she’s a really strong character. 

As for Tair, well, Tair I just loved; plain and simple. Tair is an intelligent, capable individual who was born to wealth and status, but who has instead chosen to use his luck in life to help fight alongside the Shadow Ravens. Tair was just a really lovely guy—he was sharp and very caring where Quanta was concerned and I appreciated that he just wanted to do the right thing, even if it seemed like doing so would be a suicide mission. 

Unlike the romance between Cipher and Knight in the first book, Quanta and Tair are taking their time to get to know each other. They also don’t have the benefit of sharing a history, but they very much have chemistry. I really liked seeing them begin to care for the other and even thought Quanta’s visions mean that she knows what is possible between
them, Lola Dodge slowly develops their romance in a way that isn’t intsta-love (yay!) and allows them to bond over time. 

Quanta begins what I believe will be a Quanta-Trilogy in the middle of the series and with Quanta ending the way it does, I’m ready to just straight into Quanta Reset to discover what Lola Dodge has planned for Quanta and Tair next!

Sent for review by publisher via Netgalley (Thank you guys!)
Publisher: Ink Monster, LLC
Kindle ebook via Netgalley
Release Date: October 13th 2015
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Final Thoughts:
Excellent read with a stunning cover--will be diving straight into sequel.