22 December 2013

{Book Tour} Promo Post + Giveaway: HiT for Freedom by Margaret McHeyzer

 Title: HiT for Freedom ~ Anna’s Battle (HiT #2)
Author: Margaret McHeyzer
Genre: Chick Lit with Edge 18+
Publication Date: December 18, 2013
Cover Designed By: Sprowt Graphic Design
Event organized by: Literati Author Services, Inc.

Anna Brookes also known by her Professional name 15, did what she had never done before.

She didn’t kill her target, HiT 149.

HiT 149 better known as Ben Pearson did something he had never done before.

He fell in love with Anna Brookes.

In Hit for Freedom, the sequel to HiT 149, a nemesis so powerful, terrifying and frightening is threatening the safety of Anna’s love, Ben and his hometown, St Cloud.
15 must deal with a force that may be too dangerous even for her skilled ways. With limited information on her new HiT, she willingly infiltrates his trust to acquire the knowledge she needs to implode the operations of the deadly man.

"What you saw earlier must be playing around in your head. But you didn’t scream or freak out which tells me you are either very strong or very broken. Either way, the information I give you from here on in, you must understand that I will kill you if you choose to repeat it to anyone." I’ll let him believe that. ~ Anna Brookes 

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About the Author
I love to read. I'm a huge fan of books and when I start reading anything, I usually forgo doing everything else, I mean the housework will still be there in the morning (right?). When I love a story or book that I've downloaded, I usually refrain from sleep and am crabby the next day - but only until I pick my iPad up and start reading again!

I was recently described by a reviewer as my writing style is Chick-Lit with an Edge. I liked that so much that that's the way I describe the genre I write.

My goal when writing is just to take people away from whatever is going on in their lives, even if it's only for a split second.

I'm a go with the flow sort of person and don't really take a course of action to get where I am going. I live in the moment and don't usually worry about tomorrow because whatever life is due to bring me, I'll be happy to accept.

I love my family and friends and will help anyway I can if someone needs it. Every Friday I spend it with my girlfriends where we have 'cake day', which usually consists of a yummy yet nutritious lunch, quickly destroyed by a delicious and devilishly good cake and a caramel latte.

I really don't like people that are nasty just because they can be, I don't believe that's necessary, I mean life is hard enough as it is!

Three things you need to know about me; 1 - I'm fiercely loyal and will bend over backwards to help. 2 - I love chocolate, like A LOT and 3 - I have a huge crush on David Gandy at the moment! (I mean, who hasn't, have you seen the man????)

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{Review} Rebel by Skye Jordan

Rebel (Renegades, #2)Rebel by Skye Jordan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

4 because of Wes stars!!

*Could have easily been a full five if not for Rubi and her "issues."

Rebel is the second book in Jordan Skye's Renegades Series. Like its predecessor, this book is scorching hot. Panty-melting, fan-yourself hot. And features two equally hot and gorgoues characters in Wes and Rubi. But the star of this book for me is Wes Lawson.

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Jax was hot but in my opinion, Wes is hotter. Plus, he didn't have Jax's insecurities. Not only that, he goes after his woman with single-minded determination. But what I liked more about Wes is that he's stable and centered and he knows what he wants. He wants the ONE. And apparently, (although I don't agree with him), Rubi is the ONE.

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Fortunately, as cool as Rubi was in the first book, she didn't endear herself to me in this book. In fact, she annoyed the crap out of me with her insecurities and fears. I get it. She was neglected as child but she's also gorgeous (hello, top model), smart (very smart), and funny. But her constant whining about how she's so scared of committing to Wes because he might abandon her grated on my nerves. This girl had everything going for her and she's too blinded by her own issues to see it. 80% of the drama in the book came from Rubi's fear of commitment. That's it. She just kept on pushing Wes away and I was like...

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I know, I know. I'm not entirely being fair but the girl had so much going for her but her issues drove me crazy. Hence, the reason for one less star. While she did redeemed herself in the end, I felt that her issues were drawn out to the point where I was just over it. Annoying heroines are a deal-breaker for me. If it hadn't been for Wes and the fact that this book seriously hot, I would have rated this lower than a four.

So Wes this is for you...

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ARC provided by Cygnet Books in exchange for an honest review!

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