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Review: Imbalance by Heather Hildenbrand

O. M. F. G. I really thought that Heather is not able to make my jaw hit the floor even harder after the previous part but she managed. Brilliantly. Geniusly (no idea if such word exists). She is a queen of twists. An evil queen but hey she creates awesome books so I’m okay with that! 
I can’t really say much about the story at this point as anything would be a major spoiler. But this is my favourite part so far. 
I cannot wait for the next book and surprises she will bring us!
Massive. Huge. Enormous 5 stars. 
Well done Ms. Hildenbrand. 

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Blog Tour: Remembrance by Heather Hildenbrand

Remembrance is now available and I’m so excited to bring you this story!

This is a spin-off of my Dirty Blood series and while it’s more fun to come in already knowing a bit about these characters, you do NOT have to read Dirty Blood first. You can just jump in here!

About Remembrance:


She’s the cure that could save him. If only she could remember how.

Two years ago, 20 year-old Samantha Knight experienced a life-altering trauma. Unfortunately, she can’t remember what it was. Previously outgoing, fun, and carefree—it’s as if someone flipped a switch on Sam’s insides. Now, she’s afraid of everything, socially awkward, and convinced she’s going crazy. As Beyoncé would say, she woke up like this. Sam tries her best to juggle college classes, work, and the nosiest roommate ever, but behind the curtain, Sam’s life is all about keeping a firm grip on her own mind. And life is kicking her ass.

Alex Channing has only one enemy in this world: werewolves. Born and raised to fight in the supernatural military, he has become an expert at hunting and killing rabid werewolves. But when Alex is bitten and infected, he finds himself racing against a ticking clock for his own survival.

Alex’s search for a cure leads him finally to an oracle in a seaside town in California. And she gives him the reading of a lifetime. The key to his cure is a girl who forgets things, cries spontaneously, and might just be insane. And the only way she can save him is to do the one thing Alex knows is impossible: she has to remember.

Book 1 in the highly anticipated Heart Lines series, a spin-off of the bestselling and award-winning Dirty Blood series. Note: you do NOT have to read Dirty Blood first. You can start here!

“If you enjoyed the Dirty Blood series, Remembrance is a must-read!”

Available NOW! FREE for Kindle Unlimited!

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ARC Review: A Bet Worth Making by Heather Hildenbrand

 A Bet Worth Making by Heather Hildenbrand

(Book 2 in the Grayson County Series)

Jordan DeWalter has her future mapped out—build the most impressive architectural design portfolio in all of New England, and use it to one day open her own firm. But when her father unexpectedly passes away, her plans, and her heart, are broken. Now, if she wants the money once promised to her, she’ll have to return to the town that threw her family out over twenty years ago in order to get it. 

If there’s one thing Jordan despises more than small towns, it’s small town people. 

Casey Luck has spent his life skating by on charm and a devil-may-care attitude. Never one to take life too seriously, he’s kept secret his dream of building custom dirt bikes. Instead, he fills the role his family expects: tractor mechanic, farm handyman, comedic relief. But, deep down, Casey’s restless for something more. 

Then he meets his new roommate: Jordan. 

Their attraction is instant, but Jordan’s not fooled by the chemistry between them. When the summer is over, she’s out of here no matter what. In fact, she’s willing to bet on it. 

Will their undeniable connection be the push they both need to break free of their pasts, or will Jordan’s wager on their failure ruin the future for them both? 



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Oh. Wow. Another great story by Heather in this amazing series. I loved Casey in the previous book. But now I’m in love with him. 

This story is amazing. So fresh. Heather writing style is just getting better and better with every book she publishes and with this one she created a masterpiece. How she created the small town and gave the perfect feeling of such place. How she perfectly tied this story to the previous one in the series. Simply amazing!

In here we meet Jordan. A girl trying to find herself, her roots and having a set stereotype about the small towns. But once she meets Casey everything changes for her. Well, after you meet him everything changes. He is simply my new Book Boyfriend ❤

Can’t wait for the next book from Heather. I’m sure it will be as awesome as this one. 

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Review: A Risk Worth Taking by Heather Hildenbrand


It was not my first book by Ms. Hildenbrand and won’t be the last. I love her paranormal stories and this one was my first contemporary. And as I expected Heather did not disappoint me. The book was amazingly well written and characters were very well developed.
Ford held me captive in his personality from the beginning and Summer reminded me of myself when I was quiet and calculated everything I did and said. I never went through what she did but still the emotions she felt were pretty similar to mine at some point of my life.
All the characters, the two main and the rest of the supporting characters (mainly Casey, and his friendly personality) created a story that was real and made me feel like I was part of their story. 
Simply brilliant and that’s why it deserves 5 stars from me.
Copy gifted by the author in exchange for an honest review.

Cover Reveal: A Bet Worth Making by Heather Hildenbrand

A Bet Worth Making by Heather Hildenbrand
(Book 2 in the Grayson County Series)


Jordan DeWalter has her future mapped out—build the most impressive architectural design portfolio in all of New England, and use it to one day open her own firm. But when her father unexpectedly passes away, her plans, and her heart, are broken. Now, if she wants the money once promised to her, she’ll have to return to the town that threw her family out over twenty years ago in order to get it. 
If there’s one thing Jordan despises more than small towns, it’s small town people. 
Casey Luck has spent his life skating by on charm and a devil-may-care attitude. Never one to take life too seriously, he’s kept secret his dream of building custom dirt bikes. Instead, he fills the role his family expects: tractor mechanic, farm handyman, comedic relief. But, deep down, Casey’s restless for something more. 
Then he meets his new roommate: Jordan. 
Their attraction is instant, but Jordan’s not fooled by the chemistry between them. When the summer is over, she’s out of here no matter what. In fact, she’s willing to bet on it. 
Will their undeniable connection be the push they both need to break free of their pasts, or will Jordan’s wager on their failure ruin the future for them both? 


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ARC review: BITTERROOT Part 1 by Heather Hildenbrand & SM Reine

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by Heather Hildenbrand & SM Reine

Small Blurb:

Seventeen year-old Regan Vuk has lived her whole life under the shadow of her future: the
pack alpha. She is fast, smart, and determined. According to her own pack members, she is  a shoo-in. But Regan’s dad has a secret.

Seventeen year-old Charlie spent her adolescence drifting from place to place with a
mother desperate to hide her illegitimate daughter from the unforgiving reality of
werewolf pack dynamics. All Charlie has ever wanted is to know her father–and the family
that’s been kept from her all these years. But most of all, she wants a place to belong in the

world. Where she doesn’t have to pretend she can’t sprout fur and paws at will. Being
kidnapped on her way home from prom was not she Charlie had in mind.

When Charlie finds out the only way to fit in with her new family is to defeat her long-lost
sister for the role of alpha, she refuses. That is until she learns that the strange and alluring  vampire she’s befriended, Owen, is the same vampire prince that’s been promised the winner.

Regan has no doubt that, although she loathes the vampires, it will be her who “wins” Owen.

Only problem: Charlie’s already fallen for him.

Bitterroot is a Young Adult Paranormal with a dose of sibling rivalry… Who will you root for?


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My thoughts:

Copy gifted by the author in exchange for an honest review.

I have to say that this book is totally different than what I have read by Ms Hildenbrand, but nonetheless it made me want to read next part NOW. I can’t wait for the next book.

The story is really interesting from the POV of two sisters who after many years met. One knew about the other and the second didn’t know she has siblings. One raised by both parents, prepared to be the Alpha of the pack. Raised to fulfill her role. Other Raised by eccentric mother, oblivious about the real shifter world.

When I started I was sure that one of the sister will be basically a mean one and I will love just only one of them, but actually I love them both. Why? Because even though they are both different they are actually the same? Even though they fight for the position of the alpha, both of them have different reason to do so.

This short story has drama, rivalry and a bit of romantic suspense, which I really enjoyed.

4,5 heavenly stars! ❤

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*** Perception: A New Adult Anthology by Nealy Gihan, Scott C. Davis, Linda Davis, Mary Laufer and Heather Hildenbrand – PLUS My Ending to one of them! ***

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The world will never look the same…

There comes a defining moment in every young person’s life that irrevocably shifts their point of view. For a new teacher who still compares herself to her students, it’s a missing girl and a false accusation that could cost her more than her career. For a young man who settles into a rut that not even his broken marriage can pull him out of, it’s a drifter’s gun to his head. For an idealistic college student, it’s her parents’ divorce pulling back the curtain on who they really are, shattering everything she thought she knew about love. And for a recovering addict who’s not ready to change, it might just be an unhappy ending to her illicit affair.

In Perception, discover five captivating stories that explore what it means to be a new adult.

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My thoughts:
My Boyfriend is a Senator by Linda Davis (4 stars)

It was an interesting story. It’s told from the POV of the main character, Taylor. A young woman, whose boyfriend is a Senator. An older guy, who is making her believe that he is separated. I was sad for her, when she is all the time telling herself that her “Boyfriend is a senator”. But most of the time I was annoyed with her. I wanted to shake her and tell her: WAKE UP! But I think the idea would make a really good novel.

Missing by Mary Laufer (5 stars)

This story would be amazing as a whole book! It kept me on edge all the time. I wanted to know what happened! Mary perfectly created all characters. Theresa is this annoying, beautiful but brilliant student. At the beginning I hated her (yeah, the teacher in me was really annoyed), but after I read her first entry in the diary I was heartbroken and I literally cried. Mystery, murder and suspense was that what I love! Amazing and I want to know what happened after!!

The Outlaw by Scott C. Davis (3.5 stars)

I didn’t know how to feel about this story. Even though it did have the potential, I was a bit disappointed with the main character. I could understand that he was devastated after what happened to him, but I wanted more explanation. A tantrum to be throw by him. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not a bad story, but could be so much better!

Drive by Nealy Gihan (3 stars)

Hm. The story started off with good idea, but quickly I lost the feeling. I finished it, but I had a meh feeling about it. Could have been much much better.

The Talisman by Heather Hildenbrand (4.5 stars)

I love Heather and I love her books! All of them are amazing, and this one, as a book, would be amazing! The idea is great and grabbed my attention straight away. I love paranormal! And I liked that I was not sure from the beginning what is happening. Amazing, but this ending was a bit rushed for me (I know it is a short story!). I hope Heather will turn it into a full book!

The anthology as a whole for me deserves amazing 4 stars!

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My alternative ending:

The Talisman by Heather Hildenbrand

Avery looked at Loch, daring to smile a little. He smiled back and taking her small hand in his, together they followed the angel. As Avery passed the door of the Real, she felt the Talisman to fell from her neck. She screamed quietly and tug Loch’s hand. He turned away and asked:

-What’s the matter?

-The Talisman. – she said pointed to the necklace now lying in the grass, – It just slipped from my neck. – she explained and wanted to turn around to pick it up, but the angel words stopped her:

-Leave it, Avery. It will find the next person, that fate needs testing or if they need help.

-But what if the wrong person finds it? – she argued.

-It never happened, and even if, then we will step in. – he explained calmly.

Avery nodded her head and wanted to turn around, but then she seen a face that she thought she will never see again. With the emergency department, there she was, Jenna, a girl, a rookie, who she met few months ago in one of the orphanages she was placed. She looked intensely at the girl and suddenly she knew what to do. She looked in the eyes of the girl, even though Jenna couldn’t see her, and planted a thought in her head. “Pick up the necklace, no one will miss it. It’s yours now. keep it safe”. Seeing that Jenna did what she told her, she turned around and followed her new destiny.

Jenna, picked up the necklace, thinking that nobody will miss it, she pocketed it and turned to look for injured. But she couldn’t find anything. Looking around, suddenly she saw red eyes between the trees. Her heart sped up and she started to sweat. She saw them once. Since seeing them few months ago, in the orphanage, she had nightmares about a war between humans, monsters and angels. She always blamed it on her imagination, but now seeing them she wasn’t so sure. She swallowed hard and without looking back she started to walk fast towards all the cars, and in her mind all she heard was: “RUN! Keep it safe!”.

***Cover Reveal with Bonus Scene from Linc – Generation (The Imitation Series, Book 3) by Heather Hildenbrand ***

Generation (The Imitation Series, Book 3)

Releasing October 13, 2015


After months of pretending to be Raven Rogen, Ven feels less like a clone and more like a human than ever. But when Raven’s father, Titus—the same man who engineered Ven—discovers her plan to escape, everything she’s worked so hard for is taken away in one explosive moment.

Now she’s imprisoned in Twig City, the secret warehouse where she grew up. She spends her days plotting ways to get back to the outside world, determined to topple Titus’s empire and free every last Imitation. But Titus’s reach is extensive and his plans are more deadly than she realized.

In the shocking conclusion to the Imitation series, one wrong move could mean the end for Ven and everyone she’s come to love.



If you have not Read Deviation Yet



Bonus Scene from Linc

*Two Months After the End of Deviation*

The car is warm despite the chill outside. My window has fogged and I shift trying to get a better view. My legs cramp at being bent so long. I stretch them slowly, first right and then left. My knee pops and I wince. Anna looks over, an apology on the edge of her lips.

“I’m fine,” I say.

She presses her lips together and I know what she’s thinking. We could leave. But neither of us is willing to give up with so little to report back.

The mission is to watch Marla, the woman Titus uses as his gatekeeper out of Twig City. She’s one option among a scant few that we’ve come up with as a way in to look for Ven. Melanie suggested we follow her and try to find a weakness, something we can use against her. But the woman is a robot. She goes to work, she comes home, she watches The Biggest Loser. If we don’t find anything tonight, we’ll move on. I need to watch, to spot something we can exploit. I can’t do that through frosted glass.

Maybe my breaths are too heavy. I will myself to calm down. Anna’s still watching me, her brow furrowed like she’s still trying to come up with a way to fix me. If she only knew.

I pretend not to see her and stare through the window. Outside, the darkness is lit by the soft glow of the street lamps but it’s eerie to me. Shadows encroaching on the light.Monsters plotting. Everything in my life feels like a damn threat these days.

“You could climb in the backseat,” Anna offers finally.

I sigh. Anna’s always trying to please others.

“I’m good,” I repeat, pretending the stiffness doesn’t linger when I reposition my legs and tuck them underneath the dashboard. We’ve been here six hours and counting. Not how I wanted to spend the night—with a girl who isn’t Ven.

As usual when I think of her, I wince at the ache it brings. Anna’s gaze sharpens as she studies me across the shadowed interior of Melanie’s car.

“She’s fine, you know,” Anna says.

I consider pretending not to catch her meaning but it’s no use. I’ve been an open book with a harsh ending for months now. I pretend to stare at Marla’s townhouse at the end of the street but I don’t register a damn thing about it. Inside my head, Ven’s eyes blink back at me, trusting. Her lips pucker affectionately. All of the images are reminders that I failed her.

“How do you know?” I ask and hate the tortured sound of my own words.

“Ven is a fighter. She always has been. She’ll find a way to be okay.”

I ran a hand over my hair, rubbing hard as if that will erase the images that taunt me. “You sound really sure about that. But you can’t know. Not really. She’s in there and we’re out here and no one has even seen her.” Anger, helpless rotten fury, wells in my veins. Without meaning to, my hands ball into fists in my lap.

“He won’t kill her,” Anna says. I don’t know whether to be relieved or dismayed that she sounds so sure. Anna can be hopeful to the point of naïve. But right now, it’s all I’ve got to cling to. “If he was going to do it, he would’ve done it long before that night,” she adds.

I lean my head back on the seat, giving up the pretense of actually performing any recon. “How do you do that?” I ask.

“Do what?”

I look over in time to see her blink at me, so unaware of her own strength. Like Ven. I grimace, shove that aside, and force myself to focus on the present. “Be so optimistic all the time,” I say. “Even when things look completely hopeless you’re upbeat.”

Sh shrugs. “My Authentic was that way. Maybe she influenced me. Maybe it’s partly my personality.” She sounds uncertain and I glance sideways at her.

“And the other part?”

“Families don’t give up on each other,” she says. And it’s a matter-of-fact kind of thing that knocks me for a loop. Guilt gnaws at me. She’s right. And she’s family too. All of them are now and I’ve been so wrapped up in losing Ven and trying to get her back, I’ve forgotten all of them are messed up too.

“You’re right,” I say, forcing myself to sound like I mean it. For Anna’s sake. I twist to face her squarely. “We are family. And families always fight.”

She smiles at me but I look away. I don’t know how to tell her that particular kind of smile, the warm, fuzzy feeling it gives, reminds me of Ven. I don’t deserve a smile like that when I lost her to  a man like Titus Rogen.

I clear my throat and look around for something to say. “How’s your arm?” I ask.

She holds it up and even in the dim lighting I see the scar is already fading. “Much better,” she says.

I grunt, glad to see the infection didn’t cause permanent damage. Cutting out a GPS tracker is risky business. But she’s right, it looks a lot better. Much more healed than my sorry ass broken heart. I look up at Marla’s house one last time and start the engine. There’s nothing for us here. We’re going to have to do this another way.

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Everyone is exactly like me. There is no one like me.

Ven wrestles with these contradicting truths every day. A clone of wealthy eighteen-year-old Raven Rogen, Ven knows everything about the girl she was created to serve: the clothes she wears, the boys she loves, the friends she loves to hate. Yet she’s never met the Authentic Raven face-to-face. Imitations like Ven only get to leave the lab when they’re needed—to replace a dead Authentic, donate an organ, or complete a specific mission. And Raven has neverneededVen . . . until now.

When there is an attack on Raven’s life, Ven is thrust into the real world, posing as Raven to draw out the people who tried to harm her. But as Ven dives deeper into Raven’s world, she begins to question everything she was ever told. She exists for Raven, but is she prepared to sacrifice herself for a girl she’s never met?

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Broken Blood by Heather Hildenbrand (Dirty Blood, book #5)

I have received an ARC copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Before I will start my venting…

Small blurb:


I thought watching my Werewolf boyfriend get arrested for murder was the worst experience of my life. But then I was knocked out and dragged off to a cell of my own by the very people who were supposed to protect me from danger.

I thought being held prisoner in solitary confinement for weeks on end was the worst experience of my life. But then a visitor came, and I realized I’d been wrong all along. There are worse things than torture and death. Much worse.

He wants my blood. More than that, he wants to get into my head. To use my bond to control his army, to wipe the world clean of anything with dirty blood. I can’t let that happen, but if I don’t he’ll kill every single person I’ve ever cared about — beginning with my Werewolf pack.

The prophecy said I would have to make an impossible choice, but I must be doing this wrong — so far every choice I’ve made has only led to more pain and danger and death. Hunters are pitted against Werewolves and I’m alone in my war against Gordon Steppe. I can’t fight him off anymore; all I can do is try to keep him out of the important places. And I’m failing at even that.

I thought the demons were out there, clearly marked and clinging to the shadows. But they’re not. The monsters are within the ranks of those sworn to protect. The enemy is among us.

My thoughts:

No no no! I can’t believe it’s already last book in this amazing series! I was dragging reading it till the last minute, because I knew that after that it will be over! Ugh, I feel like crying! I know (and I will) I can re-read the whole series, but it’s not the same as reading it first time and being always on edge, because that’s how it is with Heather’s books. I was always on edge and my heart was beating fast as there is so much action! Love it!

In this part we have constant action, drama, love, friendship…everything! And that’s what makes it the best book in the whole series! I love all of them, but this one? Was like WOW!

This part picks up straight where previous book left us, in suspense, wondering what happened next. Tara is locked in a cage, wondering what happened to everyone else. And for me she is simply tortured while being held captive.

I was Team Wes *swoon* from the beginning. I like Alex, but for me he needs someone less hotheaded (like Ang? <– hint here Ms Hildenbrand). He never doubts his feeling toward Tara and always wants to be wherever she is. She is his HOME. And I find that adorable.

The side characters were brilliant as always. Cambria made me laugh and I just love her. She is an amazing friend!

But what I love the most? How Tara is growing and becoming stronger and more responsible. I love the fact that she is not afraid to admit that her decisions are bad. She is still hotheaded, but she fights.

All the twist are mostly explained and resolved, so I am generally happy with the ending, but I wouldn’t mind, like at all, more books with other characters *smirk*

I feel honoured that I was able to review the whole series, it was an amazing and so enjoyable! I am sure that soon I will re-read the series again!


Well done, Heather!

Blood Rule by Heather Hildenbrand (Dirty Blood Series, book 4)

I have received an ARC copy of this book from the author in exchange of an honest review.

Small Blurb:


That’s how many hybrids survived the Hunter attack in the woods after I revived them with an injection of my blood. That’s how many followed me home to Frederick Falls. And that’s how many were now mentally linked to me through a blood bond.

Two days. Three valium. Fourteen hours of sleep.
That’s what it took to realize I wasn’t losing my mind as a result of the noise in my own head.

That’s how many days have passed since I almost killed Alex. That’s how many days I’ve sat by his bedside, waiting for him to wake up. To ease the guilt, to understand his betrayal, to remember the exact shade of brown in his eyes.

That’s my chances of skating by with Gordon Steppe and the Hunter Council. They want me for questioning. I’m afraid what’ll happen if I give them answers.

My thoughts:

Like WOW. The imagination of Heather never stops to amaze me. I thought that she has used all possible turns and twists in this series, but no! She came up with so many more, that I am shocked and thrilled that yet another book has kept me on edge. From first chapter to the very last one. Amazing.

In this part we find Tara hiding in the woods with hybrids that have survived her blood transfusion and also the attack from the Hunters. She is trying to separate her feelings from 46 beings that are currently whispering, screaming in her head. The only solution so far is simply listening to music. Loud music. In addition she is still getting used to her new Werewolf abilities and her new status as an Alpha. It’s not easy. And her guilt of causing pain to Alex is also devastating to her. even though she feels betrayed by him, she is not able to forgive herself that because of her he is in coma. And has almost died. But even though, she is set that all they can be it’s only friends. She is set to be with Wes, as no one can make her feel like he does. And I say: Thank God! I like Alex, but come on! Wes *swoon* he is worth all her feelings and attention, if she doesn’t want him I will gladly take him *smirk*.

What I also enjoy is the development of secondary characters: George, Angela, Cambria. They all compliment the whole story and make it more beautiful. The relationship between all of them shows how important Family and Friends are. Many times I had tears in my eyes and I bet next part will be as emotional as this one!

The book ends with an amazing cliffhanger (as I mentioned many times: I do love them!)

Well done! And I am so glad that 5th part is already on my kindle!

5 Amazing stars!