Ensnared by Rita Stradling | Review

BowBowBowhalf-bow  3.5/5 Ribbons

and five for the beautiful cover ❤

EnsnaredEnsnared is a really cool, futuristic fantasy/ romance novel that can be devoured within a few short hours. We travel with Alainn, who lives in world where robots have replaced the working class of her society and are a big part of life. They drive cars fo you, the have replaced the police and are maintaining buildings. Organs and food as well as microchips are printed instead of created or cooked. It’s a really interesting world.

Unfortunately, we don’t get to know much about its limitations, how it came to be this way or how most humans cope or work with this situation. Actually, we don’t even know whether there are just much less humans on Earth in general because the book doesn’t tell us anything about this aspect, except what Alainn’s role is in all this.

Her father is a gambling genius who had a big project but couldn’t deliver a robot in time. As it is, the AI robot (artificial intelligence) looks exactly like Alainn and so, through a few circumstances the robot arranged, Alainn is sent to the new owner of the AI robot rose instead, until she can be exchanged with a finished and fully functioning AI robot.

But things, as usual, don’t go as planned and secret plots are discovered, hearts are broken, traumatizing memories haunt the characters involved and there is even a love story going on.

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Falling (Dark Planet #4) by Anna Carven | Review

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(This book is the fourth book of the Dark Planet Warrior series of Anna Carven. I would strongly recommend to read the first three books of the series before reading Falling.)

dank-planet-fallingNegotiations have started with Earth to make this a place where the Kordolians can live in peace. The wild, exiled prince Xalikian tries his best to make the Earthings believe that Earth will neither be invaded, nor colonized. It is a hard job to do as it is, but as a certain journalist demands not only attention, but answers as well. Continue reading “Falling (Dark Planet #4) by Anna Carven | Review”

Anna Carven Dark Planet Warrior Series Book 1-3 | Review

 

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Even though this is usually no problem, I want to mention here that only people over the age of 18 should read this book. It contains rude language, violence, death and very steamy sex scenes. I bought Book 1-3 as one single edition.

dark planet 1-3Overview

Anna Carven’s Dark Planet Warrior Series is a Sci-fi romance series that tells the story of Abbey, a scientist from Earth, stuck on a mining station, and Tarak. Tarak is a General of the Kordolian Empire, which is known throughout the nine galaxies for its cruelty. The General’s ship basically crash lands on the mining station Fortuna Tau and with it, it brings a strong enemy of the Kordolians. Continue reading “Anna Carven Dark Planet Warrior Series Book 1-3 | Review”

The Wall of Winnipeg and Me by Mariana Zapata | Review

 BowBowBowBow4/5 Ribbons

winnipegVanessa Mazur works for AIde Graves- the top defensive end in the Nation Football Organization. She is his assistant, mother, housekeeper, cook – name it, she has it. But Vanessa has plans for her life, she has a dream and she has to quit this job to start working towards her goal. It’s not a hard decision because Aiden is the worst employer ever. He doesn’t even say hello, thank you, or anything for that matter. But when she quits, The Wall of Winnipeg comes to her with an offer she cannot refuse… Continue reading “The Wall of Winnipeg and Me by Mariana Zapata | Review”

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