Review: Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison

dragonboundDragon Bound by Thea Harrison
Series: Elder Races #1
Published by May 3rd 2012 by Piatkus
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Format: ebook
Source: bought
Read: June 29 to July 04, 2015
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I’ve had this series for so long on my TBR but for some reasonnever got to try it until now. It was such a nice surprise. Dragos was perfect and made things even more dangerous, but I loved the alpha dragon with his clueless gang. It was nice getting know the different creatures of this world and Pia was so cute trying to hide from the powerfull dragon.

Their love story was cute and very strange because they had no idea about the mating fever and were dragged from New York because someone wanted revenge on Dragos and his power.

This was a great new series. And I’m currently reading the rest and it gets even better.



Review: Private by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro

privatePrivate by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro
Series: Private #1
Published by June 28th 2010 by Little Brown and Company
Genres: Mystery
Format: ebook
Source: bought
Read: May 18 to 20, 2015
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I started this series for two reasons: missing Eve and Roarke and wanting to read something from James Patterson since forever. So this series was his smaller and I usually want to read them all after a taste and that was the only reason to start with Private.

I got to say the story was better than expected and this oldie from the TBR pile became easily one of my favorite reads of 2015. I read really fast and the plot kept me hanging with the twists. It was really great to follow Jack Morgan handling three cases very high priority. I think the serial murder case was the worst one but we can see the author wanted to keep everyone hooked and decided to make the worst case possible jut to make sure it worked. But to me the best part is how fast everything works and we see Jack has more like a family bond to some people that work for him.

I’m really trying not to say something to spoil the story, but I think it’s worth a shot if you like mysteries.