Helen Hancox

"Auntie Helen"
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Ort: Essex, England
Geburtstag: 18. Juni
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I read a lot of books!

Some are books that I come across in the library and pick up (with varied levels of success), some are new books by authors I already liked, some are recommended to me by Amazon because I liked another book and still others are Review Editions sent to me by publishers or distributors.

I review for professional magazines (both printed and web) across several genres and it'… Mehr dazu

I love books. I read a lot of them - mainly fantasy/sci fi, crime and historical fiction although I also take random punts at library books from time to time.

I love music - both contemporary (Radiohead, Sigur Ros, Leaves, Muse) and classical (Chora… Mehr dazu


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Predatory von Alexandra Ivy
Predatory von Alexandra Ivy
3.0 von 5 Sternen A mixed bag, 28. Oktober 2013
Collections of short stories can often be a mixed bag and this one is no different. It contains four stories which have nothing to link them except for their genre (paranormal romance) and it made for a rather disjointed-feeling book.

The first story, Out Of Control by Alexandra Ivy, was the best of the bunch. It follows PhD student Angela Locke whose sexy professor turns out to be rather more than a scientist - instead he is a Sentinel, set to protect her because she isnt a normal mortal. But others are after Angela and Niko has to kidnap her to keep her safe - but will she be able to live the life now required of her?

The second story, Ties that Bind by Nina… Mehr dazu
Nightingale Way: An Eternity Springs Novel von Emily March
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Rekindled Romance, 11. Mai 2013
The problem, for me, with books about people rediscovering their love is that they lost it in the first place. I find it hard to believe fully in a happy ever after ending when hero and heroine have already divorced once. And thats the case in this book - Jack Davenport who works for the Government in covert operations and Catherine Blackburn, reporter, divorced several years ago after the death of their child.

When it looks as though Catherines life is threatened her mother, Jacks boss, persuades him to kidnap Cat until they can be sure she is safe. Of course Cats not keen on the plan but once at Eternity Springs, the small town where Jack has a house, she begins to feel… Mehr dazu
My Lord Immortality (Immortal Rogues) von Alexandra Ivy
3.0 von 5 Sternen Unmemorable, 11. Mai 2013
This is the third in the Immortal Rogues vampire series although it isnt necessary to have read the other two books. In fact, it would perhaps be an advantage not to have read them as the two I have read now are very samey.

The queen of the vampires, Nefri, has divided up an important relic into three amulets, each of which has been given to a mortal woman to protect - and of course these women have their vampire guardians to look after them (and fall in love with them).

What I have been unable to understand, plot-wise, is that after the first amulet was safely protected, what good are the next two if they will, together, not make the full Medallion? The author never… Mehr dazu

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