The Guardian – Sherrilyn Kenyon

Welcome back all, I hope you like this review because this is one of my favorite books in the series.

We kick off this book with Lydia sneaking into Noir’s stronghold to try and rescue her dad. I can really feel for her since he’s all she’s got in the world, and from someone who is pretty close to my dad I can empathise with her. Since he finally owned up to doing the right thing and helped the rest of his fellow Dream Hunters he got captured and is now stuck in a dungeon possibly dying. Except with her typical bad luck she gets caught and delivered to Azura. Azura then gives Lydia to Seth as a plaything to keep him amused since she didn’t really have anything better to do with Lydia and wanted to make sure she was getting tortured. This on top of everything else we’ve learnt about Azura really makes me hate her even more.

Seth on the other hand has been a slave to Noir and Azura for over a millennia and is really sick of it. He was someone I had mixed feelings about for probably the first quarter of the book. He started off all intimidating and scary and threatening to Lydia, who for obvious reasons was pretty scared and what had happened to her. Lydia being mute tries to sign to him since that’s the language she uses to speak to her dad and others. Seth, again obviously, has no idea what she’s on about with the symbols she’s making with her fingers but he can tell she’s not happy.

At this stage I honestly didn’t know who to feel for more. We know from Seth’s point of view he had no intention to harm her and just wants to be left alone by Noir and Azura so he can focus on finding the “Key” they’ve told him to find. Lydia however doesn’t want to be raped and wants to save her dad. The hilarious part of this exchange between them is when Seth gets a laptop and is trying to figure out how to use it. Since the last time he was in the human world was YEARS before electricity was even thought of it was quite funny. It honestly reminded me of when I had to teach my dad how to use a computer and how oblivious he was. And Lydia essentially ends up doing that for Seth.

My favorite part about their relationship is the love/hate part of it. They are so aggressive towards each other, yet they seem to care for each other. Seth eventually mans up and admits his feelings for her and sends her back to the human realm to save her life. Only Lydia hates being treated like this, especially since her dad didn’t come home with her. So as a typical strong woman who knows what she wants, she comes back with the cavalry and saves not only her dad. But Seth as well. Although he took a bit longer to convince and actually get him out!

I really felt like this one had really strong family and relationship values that really spoke to me. At this time I had just moved back to Melbourne and my family so her loyalty to her dad was how I was feeling at the time. I was also single so I was feeling a little sorry for myself and just a little bit jealous of Lydia finding love in such an unlikely place and making something of her life.

Thank you for reading I’m love seeing that you’re enjoying my posts so I hope you continue to enjoy them.

See you next week!

Retribution – Sherrilyn Kenyon

Welcome back to another week of Dark Hunters. In this weeks book we will be following Sundown (Jess Brady, you might remember him from Zarak’s book right near the start of the series) and Abigail. Sundown and Abigail are fated to be together, but also for Sundown to die before he can actually marry Abigail. And that death is because Abigail dared chose Sundown over some other cocky ass hole.

Reading through this book I kinda felt like there was a third wheel to  their love story because Ren seems to be there the whole way through. And not in a sidekick kinda way either. This book felt like it was an action book first and a romance book second. And I feel like as we progress through the series this happens more and more often. I’m  not sure if it’s because Sherrilyn got bored of writing just romance or whether the series was always meant to take a turn more towards action the whole time.

I’m not saying I didn’t like it. This series was my first kinda foray into the “romance” genre after growing up reading series that were fantasy action based with a dash of romance thrown in every so often. So for me knowing that there was more to these books than just the “happily every after” is what made it for me. It’s what draws me back every time. I can enjoy a romance book that is purely romance, but without the character and world development I get bored. So Sherrilyn’s ability to balance both really appeals to me.

Back to the storyline, be prepared to be on the edge of your seat the whole time. With the evil guys opening plagues onto Las Vegas that is sure to kill everyone, and crazy scary shit chasing our main crew while they desperately race to some hidden valley before their time runs out and all the plagues are stuck on earth; you definitely feel the adrenaline the whole way through reading this one. While also sitting there going “how are these guys still alive?!” And I’m not joking. Several times I had to remind myself there needed to be a happily ever after which explained why they survived.

But I kinda wish more authors could be like George R. R. Martin and be willing to kill off main characters that people fall in love with just to throw some spice into it. Sometimes I get bored reading books where the heroes ALMOST dead only to sit there going “yea well they haven’t won the girl yet so I know they will survive” which kills the adrenaline and kinda kicks you out of your absorbed state. And there were a few moments like that in this book.

O and coz I don’t think I’ve mentioned this. I love the fact that this book focuses on the native American tribal mythology rather than the European mythology. It made for a nice change of pace which I quite enjoyed because I can’t say I know much about their history or culture.

I will leave it at that for this week and I look forward to seeing you next week.

No Mercy – Sherrilyn Kenyon

Welcome back all, I’ve mostly recovered from being sick so thankfully this one will go up on time for you! This week we are looking at Sam and Dev’s relationship.

The best thing for me about this book is learning more about the Amazons. Pretty much all I knew about them was that they were tribes that were only female, when they wanted to get pregnant they’d kidnap or find men to get pregnant, and if they birthed boys then they gave them to their fathers and kept the girls. As soon as I found out that this book was focusing on a Dark Hunter and a Were-Hunter I had to wonder how it would work…. Or even what kind of battle would play out.

To be completely honest the parts of this story that really stand out in my memory are the scene where Dev first sees Sam getting off her bike, coz you know, a woman in full skin tight leather getting off of a motorbike all sexy like and shaking her hair out once the helmet comes off is kinda hard to ignore. After that I honestly don’t remember why they end up having to find Hippolyta’s treasured something. It was like a piece of chest armour or something.

Anyway they end up with a riddle somehow (sorry guys, I don’t know if the book just wasn’t that memorable or if it’s coz I’ve only read this one a couple of times, rather than the 5+ time’s I’ve read most of the others) that they need to solve to let them into some specific kind of world where they can fight to win the prize.

And cue the awesome fight scenes. There are wolves while the earth is falling apart, then there’s flying monkey’s with axe’s, a sandstorm and finally a cheating guard/ goddess that they have to get through to win the prize. The fight sequence of scenes grabbed my attention because with standard Sherrilyn style it’s adrenaline pumping and grips you all the way wondering if our heroes are going to die.

When we get to the final challenge I’m left wondering how Sam can possibly pull this off. I mean, we know she’s part of the “Dogs of War” ultimate group of Dark Hunters (FYI this is a group of fighters so mean and so powerful that even in the presence of other Dark Hunters their powers don’t diminish to a noticeable level, or if they do they don’t care and so are still super deadly) so she must be pretty awesome when it comes to fighting. But this is an obstacle course. That’s all about speed, agility and stamina not brute force and determination. But it turns out this obstacle course is a bit different as it includes archery, trickery (well on the guards side not Sam’s) and swordsmanship on top of giant flying birds.

It really felt the whole way through this that the romance between Dev and Sam was secondary. It never really felt like they were fighting for each other, or struggling to come to terms with their emotions and what that means. Other than Sam obviously killing Daimons because they killed her husband and child. She was still getting past that. So in terms of this being a book to read for action scenes, yes it’s super cool. If you want the romance, it’s a little bit lacking. But it does set you up to know some newish characters a bit better for future books. So it’s still worth the read, but it’s a little weaker than some of the others.

I hope you enjoyed this read and I look forward to seeing you next week.

Bad Moon Rising – Sherrilyn Kenyon

Welcome back all, I’m sorry about the delay in this going up. Apparently my sick brain has been failing me and so it’s taken me longer than normal to write this one up and get it published for you.

This book is focused on Aimee and Fang, if you’ve read these books then you’re probably familiar with Aimee because she’s been in most books that have had anything to do with New Orleans. Fang however hasn’t been featured much since Vane’s book right near the start of the series. So I was a bit surprised when this book focused on these two. Especially because everything we know about Were-Hunters is that they can’t mate between species unless it’s between say two types of cats (eg. leopard and tiger). So to have an Arcadian bear (has a human heart) and a Katagaria wolf (animal heart) falling in love doesn’t seem quite feasible.

Because Fang has been in a coma for so long however we get to find out what’s been happening to him since the Daimons tried to suck out his soul. So we find out that Fang has been sucked into some demon death realm type place where they are trying to escape from. Fang however lands himself in the chambers of the esteemed hell realms controller because he tries to sell his soul to save Aimee. It seems heoric, but knowing what I know about souls thanks to the other books I can’t help but think Fang is more than a little stupid right now. Which is why the controller steps in and stops him from making such a huge mistake.

Which is lucky for Aimee since she’s spent so long tracking down and killing all the Daimons who took a chunk of Fang’s soul before his soul dies. Once the last Daimon was killed Fang was able to return to his body with the help of Thorn. However to get Thorn to do this Fang had to agree to join Thorn’s “army” whose main purpose in life is to track down escaped demons and send them back to Thorn’s realm for supervision and punishment. Which is where Fang proves himself to be a bit silly again.

Instead of sending a demon back to Thorn’s realm he killed it. Which in demon world worlds mean that Fang now inherits the powers of the demon. Including it’s rage. Which is a problem when people start turning up dead during the times that Fang is having blackouts. Luckily Aimee is an amazing human being who really truly trusts people. That level of trust is rare in this day and age so it’s good to see someone that is still capable of this.

Cue a whole lot of fighting, suspicion, investigation etc all the while Aimee’s mum is trying to set her up with another male bear so that she could carry on the family’s business and their seat on the ruling council. Reading about them secretly hooking up, trying to help each other through all the crap their families are putting them through, hiding the secrets about themselves from everyone else and helping out those around them that they are closest to. All of that activity and secrecy has got to be draining on them and their relationship with each other.

So it’s amazing that at the end of the book they are actually still together, in love and happy. Not only is their relationship out in the open. Everyone seems to be pretty happy with them (we will find out exactly how much in future books) and it ends pretty well. But obviously, because the haven’t actually had mating marks appear it still leaves a sour taste in your mouth because you can see how much they love each other and we already know how caring Aimee is. So it really sucks for her that she can’t have the kids that you can clearly see she would love to have. Especially with Fang.

I hope you enjoyed this one and I will see you next week. Hopefully on time as well!

Dream Warrior – Sherrilyn Kenyon

Welcome back all, I hope you’re looking forward to this review because this book is the first one where we really see the new direction the series is taking!

So we begin this book with Cratus standing on the highest point of Olympus getting ready to give himself over to Zeus for his punishment. Meanwhile Nike, his sister, was trying to talk him into running to try and save his life. Cept Cratus doesn’t run from anything. And his crime for which he needs to give himself up to Zeus for? He didn’t kill a particular child like he was ordered to.

Why did Zeus want that child killed? Because it was prophesied that this child would bring about the downfall of his reign in Olympus. And being the type of god that he is, he wasn’t to reign supreme forever more.

Now fast forward to modern day times and Cratus is working as a mechanic on minimal wage, he doesn’t talk (literally everyone thinks he’s mute), doesn’t socialise and keeps to himself. Which isn’t hard to encourage since he’s huge, looks menacing, has a scary scar on the right hand side of his face that’s so deep it looks like he’s probably missing his right eye. And Delphine and Phobos need to convince this guy to fight for Olympus? After Olympus has done this to him?

Jeeze I don’t like their chances of that happening! Specially when he was the god of strength and the son of Warcraft. Surely he’s gotta be prone to holding a grudge and when given an opportunity giving it back to them as bad as they gave to him right? I mean, I’m prone to that and I’m not particularly strong, or associated with war!

And I was proven right when he basically told Delphine and Phobos to get stuffed and then when Noir (our new uber, ultra enemy!) recruits Cratus to fight for his side of the war against Olympus. They even gave him the gift of a woman who looks suspiciously like the child he saved and was punished by Zeus for saving…

We go through a number of weird scenarios, meet some very odd demons, find out that there’s a bunch of Dream Hunters imprisoned and even come across some beings that have been mentioned in previous books. But this is where we really start to find out how evil Noir and his sister Azura really are. And what they intend for the world.

Which really isn’t much since they only want to destroy it and take over the entire universe.  And since they are the children of the universe and draw power from the universe rather than from people worshipping them like the Greek gods. It means they are pretty damn powerful and probably not anyone you’d want to cross.

Yet Delphine uses every opportunity she’s given to try and convince Cratus to teach the Dream Hunter’s how to fight so that they can protect the human world against Noir and Azura. She eventually succeeds, and Cratus finally goes back to Olympus, overthrows Zeus and creates a new order of power. Including allowing the Dream Hunter’s to have their emotions back since there was no real reason to take them away from them to begin with them.

So I can honestly say i’m looking forward to sharing the rest of the series with you since my favourite book in the is getting closer! Also, writing up this review gave me flashbacks to another book that I really enjoyed. So much so I had to keep referring back to the book and keep things general to not accidentally mix up the facts between the two books.

For those of you who’ve read the series you might be able to guess which book I’m talking about. That one is one of those one’s that you don’t really think about being AMAZING until you start thinking about other books that then remind you of that one.

Anyway, I’m signing off for the post. So I hope you’ve enjoyed it. Thankyou to my few followers that have been liking all of my Dark Hunter posts. I really appreciate your support and I hope I keep delivering posts that you enjoy! I will see you all next week with my next review.

One Silent Night – Sherrilyn Kenyon

Welcome back all, I feel like we’re getting toward the end of the series. But at the same time I think we’re only about half way through! I gota admit, I love this series but at the same time I know it’s a bit of a commitment to read the whole thing in one go. So I totally get it if you chose to break it up, or only read the one’s that grab your attention.

Anyway, this one is the first one where we see love happening on the “evil” side. And by “evil” I mean Stryker. Literally the guy who has it in for Dark Hunters, has been trying to eradicate them for like, ever, and yet considers himself to be the son of Acheron’s mother. Not that he knows she’s Acheron’s mother. All he knows is that she lost her son aeon’s ago and has forbidden him to physically harm Acheron.

Anyway, because of Styker’s antics Zephyra is sent in to kill him. She is dedicated to Artemis and is completely loyal to her since she saved her and her daughter from death by taking them in. When these two reconnect it’s when Zephyra drops into Styker’s home and starts attacking him.

Because she’s an ancient warrior she’s obviously pretty skilled and manages to kill a few of Styker’s men before going full blast at him. Since he left her when she was pregnant and only young (like think pre-teen level of young) because his dad told him to she’s understandby pissed. And is FINALLY getting the chance to take it out on him. And boy is she taking the opportunity to humiliate him in front of his men! It was a GREAT “you go girl!” kind of moment! She had suffered quite a bit after he left her and because of that had a LOT of rage to let out.

It’s hard enough being a single mother when the guy walks out in this day and age. But imagine how hard it would have been back then when men ruled and women were just “possessions”. She had no way to earn money other than to prostitute herself, was pregnant and her family had turned their backs on her. So I commend her for continuing on and finding a way to live after everything Stryker put her through.

And Styker being the type of guy he is decides it’s the best time to win her back. How crazy is that?

Cue the rollercoaster of a ride these two take us on as they figure out if they even still LIKE each other let alone love each other after all that time. SPOILER ALERT! Because this is a romance series they obviously work it out and life “happily” (as much as someone in their position can) ever after.

O, also Zephyra told Stryker how he can ensure his Daimons can live forever without having to worry about feeding off of human souls anymore. Making it a lot easier for them as they don’t need to worry about finding a new victim when the old soul starts to die. O and a side affect from this new form of life? They can now walk in daylight. Who new huh?

So not only does Sherrilyn take us on a crazy roller coaster ride emotionally as these two figure their shit out. She now sets a whole new precedent of torment the Daimons can inflict on the human population, and the Dark Hunter’s as well. I think the first time I read this book I sat there for like a good 10 minutes thinking through this implication and the changes this will make to the Dark Hunter’s.

And I gota admit. I don’t think they have much of a chance if the Daimons can day walk. It was fairly even footing up until now. But this changes things. This means, while the Dark Hunters would die horribly if they enter day light, their prey can prowl, hunt and torture while they can’t do anything to stop it. And that is one pretty scary thought.

It also made me wonder how Sherrilyn can continue this series if the Daimons have such a HUGE upper hand of the Dark Hunters. But I guess you’ll either need to read the books for yourselves or wait until my review next week to see what else she comes up with!

See you next week!

Acheron – Sherrilyn Kenyon

Welcome back to another week and another book in the Dark Hunter series. I’m gona start this one off by letting you know that this one spends almost as much time focused on the past as it does the present. So Acheron’s life and love stories are played out in full for us.

Firstly, let’s recap a few thing’s we’ve learnt about Acheron up to this point:

  • he’s enslaved to Artemis
  • he’s a god
  • he’s Atlantean
  • he has a shady past he won’t share with anyone
  • he has a twin brother who’s immortal like he is
  • he has a demon daughter
  • he can bring ppl back from the dead
  • he’s a god killer
  • his word is final (remember what happened to Nick?)
  • he’s super kind, caring and hates to hurt people

So we go into this book thinking we know what we need to know about Acheron only to learn that we know NOTHING about the poor guy. The first thing we learn about him is that he was born the oldest son of an ancient Greek king. But in actual fact he is the son of god’s but placed in the womb of a queen to ensure that he  is raised as well as he possibly can. Except because of his eye colour he is not recognised by his “father” and his mother drinks herself to death as a result.

Due to the colour of his eye’s his “father” gives him to his “uncle” who takes him to Atlantis and sells him as a whore to make money off of him. After a significant amount of time his sister tries to save him but fails and he get’s sent back. Then when his uncle dies he pisses off his father who throws him out to the streets. As a result he ends up back in his home city as a whore and eventually his father finds out and as a result gets locked into a dungeon. His father only cares what happens down there when Styx his twin almost dies because Acheron is trying to kill himself via starvation.

In the end he’s able to find a way to live some kind of “life” by bribing his guards with sex to let him out. And that’s how he runs into Artemis. At the same time as his sister is being sold to Apollo Acheron ties himself to Artemis. After a lot of pain and anger and on the night Acheron comes into his godly powers Artemis drugs him to the point where he can’t save his sister and her son. As a result he is killed in the morning and Acheron’s mum’s favourite demon dies while trying to save him.

Reading the tragedy of all of this really makes me feel for him. After everything humanity and the gods did to him how can he still be sane? How can he possibly WANT to save humanity from Daimons? O and did I mention Daimons came into creation because of his sister? She was the mistress that was killed at the age of 27 that Apollo loved above all others. If only Artemis hadn’t been so selfish and hadn’t drugged him maybe Daimons wouldn’t have been created in the first place.

Fast forward a millennia and we come across Soteria who believes she’s found the location of Atlantis. The one place that holds secrets that could expose Acheron’s past that he doesn’t want anyone to know. So even though Acheron doesn’t like how close Soteria is he needs to save her life from those trying to kill her. And in the mean time discovers that lemonade make’s him drunk. I found this part hilarious! I mean how did he go THAT LONG without trying lemonade to discover that it made him drunk?! And to make it even funnier, while drunk he gets into an argument with his demon because he wants to take Soteria back to Atlantis for real but Simi manages to convince him to only make a 3D image of it that Acheron can take Soteria on a tour through.

I mean, since when did the demon with impulse control issues become the more reasonable one? And Soteria’s comment about “thank god I returned to normal size when you passed out” was pretty good too.

All the banter between Soteria and Acheron is great because it shows that no matter how all powerful, kind etc you are there will always be someone who doesn’t like you and will do things just to spite/ piss you off. And for Acheron, that’s Soteria. During this journey we also discover that Acheron plays with a young boy on Saturday morning’s on PS3 every week, referees kids basketball and also builds houses for the homeless.

Like how do those traits marry up with our fearless warrior (who only seems brought down by lemonade), and then also the abused boy who couldn’t do anything without offending his family. This book was one full of contradictions and inaccuracies between people. And every time I read this I’m reminded that we only know the parts of people that they are willing to share.

And I know I for one am very closed off about sharing who I am. So how could I possibly expect others to be any more open? I mean you would be lucky to get me to say hi to someone I don’t know in a social way without having had a few glasses of alcohol. And even then I’ll be slow to start off, I won’t initiate the conversation and will find it hard to respond to the person trying to talk to me.

Anyway, I think that’s enough rambling from me. I will let you go for this week and I will see you next week for the next instalment!

Dream Chaser – Sherrilyn Kenyon

Hi all, welcome back to another week of Dark Hunter books. I think we’re roughly halfway through the series (or what I will be reviewing anyway) at the moment.

I really liked this book even though I didn’t really feel that it fell under the “Dark Hunter” title as neither of the characters are Dark Hunter’s. At least with some of the previous books they’ve been either Were-Hunter’s or Dream Hunter’s so it makes sense. I mean I know Xypher is TECHNICALLY a Dream Hunter. But come on, he was killed and tortured in Tarturus until he managed to weasel a deal where he gets one month of Earth. Which he plans to use to track down and kill the one responsible for his demise.

In that silly “I like bad boys” kinda way I kinda liked Xypher from when we met him previously. But his plan to track down and kill people isn’t exactly warming me up to him again. Instead we have Simone who is human as, apart from the fact that she can see ghosts, who is thrown into Xypher’s way and ends up with them not being able to go more than a short distance from each other.

I mean, I did enjoy reading about how Xypher finds his humanity again, but I’m not convinced that would happen in real life. Like it’s one thing for someone who is ready to settle down to open up to those kind of emotions and feelings. But for someone like Xypher who is ready to die again rather than live, I can’t see him all of a sudden changing his mind. Even if it is even after 1 month of living 24/7 with Simone pretty much by his side.

The one thing I really enjoyed about this book was Jesse, the ghost. He had one hell of a sense of humor! And he was really able to help break up the awkwardness and savageness between Xypher and Simone whenever it flared up.

But the cool thing about this book is that we really start to learn more about demons. We learn that there are different classes of demons, that each pantheon has their own set of demons within each class. And that there’s a pecking order even amongst demons. Even that most are enslaved by either other demons or “higher” beings. And then on top of that, that some demons were specifically created to fight a demon class from another pantheon.

So to learn all of this really made me feel like Sherrilyn had been holding out on us. But I also appreciated the fact that she set up the Dark Hunter, then Were-Hunter then the Dream Hunter worlds while weaving in the gods political battles before introducing another element that will turn the world on it’s head. Literally, this book sets up the rest of the series as we will come to know it.

And if you haven’t read the series yet, then you’re in for one hell of a treat! Yes some of the past books I’ve reviewed in this series are pretty great, and I love going back to read them. But the books to come are at a whole nother level! Inter-species, inter-pantheon and inter-whatever you can come up with and that’s what this book sets us up for!

I can’t wait to bring you reviews for the rest of the series. So I look forward to seeing you next week!

Upon the Midnight Clear – Sherrilyn Kenyon

Hi All, welcome back to another week with another review of the Dark Hunter world. As we get further and further into this world I realise how complex it is. Just like moving out of home for the first time you realise how freeing it it, and then you start to learn about one thing after another that you have to pay for now that you’re living on your own.

I feel like that’s how this series works. As soon as I feel like I can really understand, comprehend and add value (in the form of my own thoughts, feels and assumptions) the story we need to add another layer that takes time for me to comprehend. Given that I first read this series when I was like 20 I felt like it took a few reads to really get the full meaning out of a lot of these stories.

In a lot of ways I feel like this one was a filler book. Just a book Sherrilyn needed to finish to full-fill a contract, I can see looking back at the series as a whole how this added value. Just like with Game Of Thrones when you have an episode totally about the politics how that’s needed to make the massive battle coming in future episodes make sense. You need this book to really grasp the importance of coming books.

So, if you’re a fan of reading books in their intended reading order. No matter how boring a book may seem. Or how unlike the rest of the series they may seem. Make sure you read this one.

I felt like when I got to a later book (I will reveal which one in it’s review) I really understood where it was coming from and how it interacted with the story and the characters as a whole. Not just the ones mentioned in this book.

By pure chance this book is set in Christmas time and I read it during my first Christmas away from my family. So although I felt really sad about this book while reading it, I also really felt for them. And I instantly fell in love with the main guy’s friends when they made an effort to ensure he enjoyed Christmas. Even locked up on his mountain cabin fighting demons.

I left this book with a much more profound impact on my personality than I did on the story itself. I left this really appreciating the time I have to spend with my family. So I make it a habit of calling my dad/ sister to speak to me nieces on their birthday, I try my best to go to all family outings (although I gota admit, with working being as hard as it is and my family constantly doing stuff on laundry day this is really hard sometimes!) to make sure I make the most of my family. Because who knows when that will end.

I don’t know if it’s because of when I first read this book or because of the family feel Sherrilyn gives this book. But I always walk away from this book missing my family. As crazy and annoying as they can be. They are family and I’d like them around me for important occasions.

Even starting this blog, I thought I’d do this just for fun and for me. But thanks to all the support I’ve gotten from family and friends. And of course the authors! I feel like I’ve reached a much wider audience and I appreciate this every day.

Going from the kid who spent my 2 most important summers in full length leg casts and then working full time the next 2 summers. Family and friends support mean A LOT to me. So knowing I have found a new family in a winder community means heaps to me.

So  a special thankyou to you, my readers. I really appreciate you. And I wouldn’t be as excited to bring you new reviews each week if it wasn’t for your enthusiasm that I see through your likes, comments and shares. So please keep this up!

For those of you reading this in your email, I hope you’ll take the time to visit the page so I can see that you’ve read it as I’m always interested to see how far my blog has travelled. Trust me, my partner wishes I’d shut up about the reach of the internet!

Until next time! I hope you enjoyed this review and I’ll see you next week.

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