Hi guys, we have Michelle Osgood popping in with her debut F/F novel The Better To Kiss You With, we have a great excerpt, a brilliant giveaway and Cat’s review, so enjoy the post and click that giveaway link <3 ~Pixie~
The Better To Kiss You With
Deanna, the moderator for Wolf’s Run, an online werewolf role-playing game, wanders the local forest with her dog Arthur and daydreams about Jaime, the attractive, enigmatic woman who lives upstairs. When threats from an antagonistic player escalate, Deanna wonders if her job could be riskier than she’d ever imagined—and if her new girlfriend knows more about this community than she had realized.
Title: Grace Through Redemption Series: Spirit of Grace 03 Author: Adrian J. Smith Genre: FF Romantic Suspense Length: 252 pages Publisher: Supposed Crimes, LLC (December 1st, 2015) Heat Level: Low Heart Rating: ♥♥♥ 3 Hearts Blurb: This is the third and final book in the Spirit of Grace series, in which a beat cop, Grace Halling, tries to keep her city safe, hunt a serial killer, and give attention to her budding romance with the police chaplain, Amya.
Deputy Grace is back patrolling, and after a few months of quiet, murders of her comrades in blue begin again. Scared and determined, Grace follows every lead she can until she finds herself face to face with the barrel of a gun, only, this time, her finger is on the trigger
Review:Grace Through Redemption is book three and the final in the trilogy. Grace has endured a lot of loss over the past year. Each day she faces life and death situations and trying to separate her professional life as a police officer with her personal one.
This series each book is like three books in one. You have the storyline of Grace’s relationship ups and downs through all three. You also have the ongoing murders of the police force through all books, and then you have Grace’s daily work where each day you get one or several unique stories. Some are funny some are heartbreaking some horrendous.
The only thing I don’t like about how the book is written is that sometimes each chapter is the same day, next day or several days or weeks later. It’s hard to keep up with the time frame.
The stories are very interesting. I wish there had been more of Grace and Amya’s relationship and more closure on other storylines (Peter) at the end. All in all, this is an interesting book. Especially if you like police procedurals.
It was Okay for me.
If you like procedurals, quirky characters, suspense and F/F romance, you will like this book.
* I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review through http://mmgoodbookreviews.wordpress.com *
Hi guys, today we have Adrian J. Smith stopping by with the tour for her lesbian police procedural series Spirit of Grace, we have all three books to show off, there’s a great excerpt, a brilliant giveaway and Cat’s reviews so enjoy the post and click that rafflecopter link <3 ~Pixie~
For by Grace
(Spirit of Grace 01)
Adrian J. Smith
Being a Sheriff’s Deputy is not all about saving lives and arresting criminals, and each day Grace wonders if she’ll make it home.
While kids at the schools Deputy Grace Halling visits see her as the knight in blue-cotton armor, people involved in the cases she is dispatched to have a different opinion. She has every confidence in her ability to do her job and arrest criminals. She easily takes down a knife-wielding woman and a drunken combatant teenager without hesitation. Everyone—victim, suspect, or witness—has a story to tell or to lie about, and Grace is never perturbed by their tales.
That all changes when she looks down the barrel of a gun. She loses confidence in her ability as a deputy, she loses trust in herself and fellow officers, and she struggles to stay afloat as shift after shift passes. Grace cannot find her rhythm of being a deputy again. And when the Police Chaplain unexpectedly barges into her life, her personal and professional lives are flipped upside down. Grace struggles to find her even ground, worrying that the next time she stares a murderer in the face will be the last.
Parables and riddles can’t undo the confusion Deputy Grace Halling experiences after her close call with death. Each morning she wakes up, puts on a uniform that feels far more like a target, and goes out to enforce the laws and protect the innocent. While her comrades in blue are murdered one by one with each passing month, Grace pushes for a call to action from her Captain. Her worst fear has become a reality.
Learning to trust herself again wasn’t easy. Deputy Grace Halling is back patrolling, and after a few months of quiet, murders of her comrades in blue begin again. Scared and determined, Grace follows every lead she can until she finds herself face to face with the barrel of a gun, only this time her finger is on the trigger.