Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Don't Judge a Lizard by His Scales book review

This was a great book. From the first page the illustrations were bright, bold, and eye catching. I found them to be cute and fun. I was drawn into the story from the first page. I wanted to read more, as I got deeper into the message. I love the way the important ideals and principles were relayed. Children will have no problem relating to this book and absorbing the significant moral of this story. I found this book to be perfect for a lesson on friendship, kindness, and judging st face value. I would highly recommend this story for young learners.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Shira by Tressie Lockwood

I truly enjoyed reading this book. I found it to be sexy, emotional, and thrilling. Shira was a strong character despite her abusive past she fought to get better for herself. She escaped and sought help from her friend Whisper, and she meets Max instead. Even though she was scarred and terrified of her ex-boyfriend she stood up to him. Shira didn't shut down and close her heart off, from the moment she met Max she was drawn to him. Likewise, Max felt connected to Shira even though he didn't want to be. Their connection was undeniable, and it grew to become an unbreakable bond and a strong love. I liked how Shira loved Max's leopard first, not realizing it was Max. I would definitely recommend this book and Tressie Lockwood as an author.

Friday, July 4, 2014

Arctic Winds Book Review

This was a great story, the perfect foundation and introduction to the Alpine Woods shifters. The book was very well-written despite it being short. I enjoyed learning about the characters and the dynamics of the pack. Reading this story left me wanting more, I want to delve deeper into the lives of the pack members. I loved Jason and Samantha together, they balanced each other out. They also made each other better people. Watching them overcome the obstacles in their relationship was satisfying. I rooted for them to come out stronger and they did. I look forward to more from the Alpine Woods Shifters.