Bookie Nookie Holiday Party Blog Tour

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“Dark Exorcist” by Tim Miller:

Ok, So the “Dark Exorcist” was very entertaining to say the least. Did I love it? No, But I didn’t hate it. I guess I am saying that I really enjoyed it. If you asked me if I would recommend it, then I would say yes. The “Dark Exorcist” is a story of, you guessed it, an exorcism, but unlike any of the exorcism movies, this one takes place in a hospital and it isn’t just the one person that is being possessed. Without giving too much away, if you want gore and blood and violence, then this would be for you. The story actually gave me the chills, which has not happened in over a decade. That is saying something for me right there. I thought that the story was decently written and the storyline was very good. It had very little typos and the Grammar was great. It flowed very smoothly. I would give it a 3 1/2 star rating if I were to rate it.

“Forbidden Trouble” By Travis Casey

I am absolutely ecstatic for all you to read this book!! I was thoroughly entertained all the way through. It was refreshing to read a kind of story through a male’s writing. “Forbidden Trouble” has it all and then some. It has humor, drama, (But not too much), love, romance, passion. You name it. I loved each of the characters in their own way. This is a story about star crossed lovers unlike any other story you will ever read about star crossed lovers. Tyler is a man in the Navy that gets screwed over and thrown onto a ship that he doesn’t want to be on…Until he meets Lt. Novak. Tyler knows that since he is only a petty officer and nothing can happen since she out ranks him, but it doesn’t stop him from fantasizing about her. Without giving any more away, I will let you decide if you want to know what happens in the end. I would definitely recommend this book to those of you that are looking for something a little different than the beautiful poor girl/guy that a millionaire falls in love with. 🙂 Thank you so much Travis Casey for allowing me to read and review your marvelous work of art, and I would be happy to read anything else you throw my way.