Book Information | WattPad |The Rebel Prince (The Season Series #4/4) by MissKatey

The Rebel Prince
The Season #4/4
Miss Katey
Historical Romance (Fiction)
WattPad
ebook
WattPad
2 - 29/9 2019
The Season #1/4, The Debutante #2/4, The Heirewss Queen #0.5/4 Prequel
Princess Dulcianna of Ardalone, Price Thomas of Pretania, Prince of Ardalone
Pretania, Ardalone

Forced to sail to the sun-drenched kingdom of Ardalone to fulfill a marriage alliance, Prince Thomas of Pretania must choose one of the Ardalonian princesses to be his wife. But every choice comes with consequences. 
Spurned by Thomas' older brother, Princess Dulciana stands to inherit the throne as she is eldest, but only if she marries an Ardalonian noble. Second-in-line Prince Frederico will do anything to ensure that doesn't happen. 
But beyond the palace gates, a rebellion is stirring...and if there's one thing Prince Thomas excels at, it's stirring up trouble.

Book Review | WattPad |The Debutante (Season series #2/3) by Miss Katey

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With the Queens dissaproval aimed squarely 
in her direction will she weather the 
storm and win the prince?

This is the second book in a four book season 
series and it tells the story of Libby's time
at court as a Debutante for the winter Season. 
But just because shes there as a debutante now 
rather than a attendant to a debutante as she was 
in the first book doesnt mean she has an easier
time of it, infact if anythiing its even harder because 
the competiton for the crown is even 
tougher than it was last time as both the 
Princes are taking part. 

Again as with the first book When I read the 
synopsis for this book on WattPad I was sure 
that I was going to love it, even more so 
beacuse I'd already read the first book in 
the seres The Season and now i've read the book 
I can say I wasn't dissapointed, thus the 4 out 
of 5 star rating. And because of all the afore 
mentioned things I have to say that this is a 
book that I will both reccomend to others and 
buy it as a gift for anyone I think would 
enjoy it.

It was great being back in Libby and Prince 
Andrews love story because they are so well 
suited that its what you could call a match made
in Heaven. Again the authors writing was so captivating 
and evocative that as a reader you 
feel as though your experiencing the events along 
with characters. One of the debutantes that we meet 
in this book is Pricess Dulcina of Ardalone (learn more about her and her family in The Rebel Prince) 
who expects to be "crowned" the next queen of 
Pretania at the emd of the season thanks to a 
Marriage Treaty that was signed by her Father and
the King of Pretania, surfice to say shes not 
happy when she looses out to Libby. 

I loved the fact that Libby was attending this 
seasons as a debutante as apposed to a debutantes attendant, as she was in the first book, she was 
still as singleminded, determined, intoreant of 
the other debutantes simpering and backstabbing 
(as well as the general backstabbing within the royalcourt, and doggedly honest as she was in the first book. The strengthening of the relationships between Libby and the Prince and Princess as well 
as the development of the relationship between 
the young prince and Prince Andrews best friend 
were great.

The one dharacter whos behaviour I couldn't make 
sense of at all while reading this book was the 
King, because it just seemed so out of character 
for him. It baffles me still furher now I've read 
the Heiress Queen, the prequel to the series, as it seems completely out of the relms of what you'd 
expect from how he was portrayed in this book.

This book was so captivating that from cover to 
cover it just couldn't put it down and as soon as 
soon as I'd finished reading this one I immediately strated reading the next book in the series The 
Rebel Prince (unfortunatley not yet a completed book on WaatPad), because I needed more more more.
  

Book Review | WattPad | The Season (Season Series #1/4) by Miss Katey

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This is the first book in a four book season series, prequel 
The Heiress Queen,and it tells the story of Ellas debutante 
year of the Season with her young finishing school drop out
cousin, expelled from everyone in Pretania, Libby 
Marks-Whelan as her attendant. 

It tells of all the goings on in the season along with
Libby's antics while there until her cousin sends her home 
after finding out what she'd been upto. 

When I read the synopsus for this book on WattPad 
I was sure that I was going to love the book and 
now I've read the book I can say I wasn't dissapointed, 
thus the 4 out of 5 star rating. And because of 
this I have to say that this is a book that I
will both reccomend it to others and buy it as 
a gift for anyone I think would enjoy it.
  Although i can see where other reviewers are 
coming from with regard the fact that the 
author finished this book when it was so close 
to the story being finished and continued the 
story in the Debutante I can understand why 
the author felt the need to do it. I honestly 
don't think it would have been fair not to 
finish this book where the author did as it was 
about Ella's Debutante year so the remainder 
of the story for Libby and Prince Andrew 
needed its own book so as not to detract 
from Ella's story as that was what this book was 
about although Libby played a fairly major part 
in it. 

Initially I liked Ella because she had invited 
Libby to the Palace to be her attendant during 
the season, but ultimately I disliked her because 
it was clear that she was a mean spirited 
schemimg bitch which was obvious when she sent 
Libby home for trying to help her win the prince
with her mischeivious antics.
 Libby although quite Nieve has a very strong determined 
attitude, and cant stand all the us 
silly simpering that most of the debutants do
when around the prince while stabbing each
other in the back when the Prince isn't around. 
I have to say that I am of the same mind as
her about the simpering and back stabbing of 
the Debutants because I to would have no 
patience with it either. It was quite clear from
the authors writing that the Prince was neither
taken in by the debutants behaviour nor impressed 
with it, which is why he gravitated towards Libby 
so much he knew she'd tell him straught when it 
came to their behaviour and his behaviour.

The way the author described the characters
really made the reader feel connected to them 
but it also made you appreciate all dynamics 
between them. I would also say that the way 
the author described the places (Palace) and 
country (Pretania) the story was set in made
so evocatively made me feel like I was 
actually experiencing everything the 
charcters were along side them, which is why
in the book whenever Libby was feeliing 
frustrated about something or with someone 
I felt that frustration to.
 I particularly loved the relationships that 
developed between Libby and the prince 
and pricess as you could see that they were 
genuine and going to be long lasting.
 All in all I loved this book so much that as 
soon as I finished reading it I immediately
started reading the next book in the series 
"The Debutante".

As i'm writing this Review not having read the 
entire series I can honestly say that whole 
series (The Rebel Prince, upto where the authors written 
so far) is fantastic and i'll definiteltly
be reading more of her work.

Book Information & Review| WattPad |The Debutante (season series #2/4) by Miss Katey

The Debutante
Season Series #2
Miss Katey
Historical Romance
WattPad
ebook
WattPad
29/8 - 2/9 2019
The Season #1
The Heiress Queen #0.5/4 (prequel), The Rebel Prince #3/4)
Royal Court During the Winter Season
2016 Watty Award Winner - voracious reads, 2016 Fiction Award Winner - Historical Fiction
book-review-|-wattpad-|the-debutante-(season-series-#2-3)-by-miss-katey

Against all odds, Libby Marks-Whelan is back at court - and no longer confined to the service corridors as a lady in waiting. With the start of the winter season, however, the competition for a crown just got a lot fiercer. Now that there are two princes searching for wives, Libby stuggles not just against the other debutants but also against the momtomy of court life in her new position. With the queens disapproval aimed squarely in her direction, will she weather the storm to win the prince?

With the Queens dissaproval aimed squarely
in her direction will she weather the 
storm and win the prince?

This is the second book in a four book season 
series and it tells the story of Libby's time
at court as a Debutante for the winter Season. 
But just because shes there as a debutante now 
rather than a attendant to a debutante as she was 
in the first book doesnt mean she has an easier
time of it, infact if anythiing its even harder because 
the competiton for the crown is even 
tougher than it was last time as both the 
Princes are taking part. 

Again as with the first book When I read the 
synopsis for this book on WattPad I was sure 
that I was going to love it, even more so 
beacuse I'd already read the first book in 
the seres The Season and now i've read the book 
I can say I wasn't dissapointed, thus the 4 out 
of 5 star rating. And because of all the afore 
mentioned things I have to say that this is a 
book that I will both reccomend to others and 
buy it as a gift for anyone I think would 
enjoy it.
  
Full Book Review

Book Information & Review| WattPad | The Season (Season Series #1/4) by Miss Katey

The Season
season series
Miss Katey
Historical romance
WattPad
ebook
wattpad
I received this book for free from wattpad but not in exchange for a review and this does not in any way prejudice my opinions on the book.
27/7 to 29/8 2019
First in Series
The Debutante #2/3, The Rebel Prince #3/3, The Heiress Queen Prequel #0.5
Libby, Ella, Prince Andrew
Pretania, Pretania Palace

Libby Marks-Whelan is decidedly not a lady. Kicked out of nearly every finishing school in the country, she's shocked when her demure, straight-laced cousin Ella invites her to the royal court as an attendant during her debutante season. What Ella fails to realize, however, is that Libby's brand of mischief is exactly the kind of distraction Prince Andrew is looking for during his inaugural season as an eligible bachelor.

This is the first book in a four book season series, prequel 
The Heiress Queen,and it tells the story of Ella's debutante year of the Season with her young
finishing school drop out cousin, expelled from everyone in Pretania, Libby Marks-Whelan as
her attendant. It tells of all the goings on in the
season along with Libby's antics while there
until her cousin sends her home after finding
out what she'd been upto.
When I read the synopsus for this book
on WattPad I was sure that I was going to
love the book and now I've read the book
I can say I wasn't dissapointed, thus the
4 out of 5 star rating. And because of this I
have to say that this is a book that I will
both reccomend it to others and buy it
as a gift for anyone I think would enjoy it.


Full Book Review

Book Review|Netgalley|A Christmas Tail by Trinity Blanco|

A Christmas Tail Book Cover A Christmas Tail
Masters of the Cats
Trinity Blacio
Fiction
Riverdale Avenue Books LLC
December 25, 2014
Kindle
NETGALLEY
I received this book from the Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest unbiased review
October 12 to 13 2019
Caging the Bengal Tiger, Dee's Hard Limits , Colaring the Sabertooth tiger
The Lions Secret Love, Her Brothers are Saber tooth Tigers
Dee, betsy, Akon
Earth

Always on the run and alone, Betsy Samuel never believed she would ever have a family, much less be mated. With scars covering her body and her heart, Betsy decides to trust the three warriors who seem to be working their way into her heart. But would they be able to accept all her hang-ups and the fact she has two other children out there somewhere? Would her Christmas be everything she dreamed of? Barry Zorn had failed his weru once before and he wasn't about to fail his meru. The small woman, Lacey's little sister, had a wall of stone around her heart, but he and his werus were bound and determined to tear the wall down and surround her with love, even if it meant catching a tiger by her tail. But could they give her the best gift possible, her missing children and the Christmas she's always dreamed of? London, a city of history, is the site of their bonding, but would it also be the birthplace of a new era for their large family and heal recent wounds for the women that have given their hearts to these worriers?

This is the fifth book in the Master’s of the Cats series and in it we learn about Betsys story. Although it’s not a deal breaker if you haven’t read the prior books in the series I would say that it would be a good idea to do so in order to have a basic understanding of the Workings of the world in which 3 male mates to one woman is the norm.

Trinity’s writing is so captivating it makes you as the reader want to read the book and be in the world the characters in the story live in. The way she writes the characters and general story line makes you feel connected to each character in some way whch keeps you reading. I love the way that although this book focuses on Betsy Dee’s little sister it still carrys on the base storyline from the prior books so you get to see what happening to all the other characters as well as learn about their relationships with Betsy, and her long lost children once they’ve found them. It was great how when she found each of her children the both seemed to instinctively know she was their mother even though they had been taken away from her as babies.

It was “interesting” learning about the abuse Betsy had experienced at the hands of her father growing up and the sensitive almost loving way Trinity wrote about it made what was a hard subject to read a lot more accessible for the reader as well as providing more background as to why she is as she is.
Knowing her background also made it more understandable why she was so apprehensive to get involved in a relationship with her mates, which is why it was so endearing that her mates were willing to take things so slowly and spend the time showing her what it is to love and be loved.

This is a book that I would /will recommend to anyone who enjoys books about anything paranormal as it’s full of shapeshiftrers, demons and things from other planets, where there into bdsm or not; as the bdsm parts of the story are dealt with in a very sensitive consentual way. I enjoyed this book and the previous ones so much I cant wait to read the rest of the series.

Thank you so much (NetGalley/publisher/author) for allowing me to read this great book in exchange for an honest unbiased review and I’m sorry it’s taken me so long to review it but I wanted to read the other books in the series before reading this one and I’m glad I did it this way because I understood the workings of the world the storys set in already so I wasn’t having to try to make sense of that while reading about Betsy.

Book Information and Review | Netgalley | Alice in Brexitland by

















Alice in Brexitland Book Cover




Alice in Brexitland





Lucien Young, Leavis Carroll,





Humor




Random House




June 1, 2017




Mobi




112




Netgalley




Thank you to the Author publisher and Netgalley for allowing me to read this book in exchange for An honest unbiased review.




Read from may 9th to 17th 2017



Lying on a riverbank on a lazy summer’s afternoon – 23rd June 2016, to be precise – Alice spots a flustered-looking white rabbit called Dave calling for a referendum. Following him down a rabbit-hole, she emerges into a strange new land, where up is down, black is white, experts are fools and fools are experts... She meets such characters as the Corbynpillar, who sits on a toadstool smoking his hookah and being no help to anyone; Humpty Trumpty, perched on a wall he wants the Mexicans to pay for; the Cheshire Twat, who likes to disappear leaving only his grin, a pint, and the smell of scotch eggs remaining; and the terrifying Queen of Heartlessness, who’ll take off your head if you dare question her plan for Brexit. Will Alice ever be able to find anyone who speaks sense?

I would like to start this book review by thanking  the Author, Publisher and NetGalley for allowing me to read this well written, laugh out loud book in exchange for an honest unbiased review. My opinions of this book have not been influenced in anyway by the fact that I received it for review purposes.

The book tells the story of what happens to Alice when she spots & follows a a flustered-looking white rabbit called Dave calling for a referendum down a rabbit hole on the 23rd of June 2017. It follows her journey through the  strange new land she emerges in, where up is down, black is white, experts are fools and fools are experts… During her journey through the strange new land of Brexit she meets characters such as Corbynpillar (who sits on a toadstool smoking his hookah and being no help to anyone); Humpty Trumpty (perched on a wall he wants the Mexicans to pay for); the Cheshire Twat (who likes to disappear leaving only his grin, a pint, and the smell of scotch eggs remaining); and the terrifying Queen of Heartlessness who’ll take off your head if you dare question her plan for Brexit). Will Alice ever be able to find anyone who speaks sense.

I loved the authors satirical twist on Lewis Carole’s story Alice in Wonderland as well as his take on the Key players in Brexit including the idiocy of some of the things they said during the campaign.

This is a book that came at exactly the right time for me as I had recently read lots of books with some hard subjects in them and although this was about a very topical heavy subject due to its satirical nature I gave me some much needed light relief. It was also a very quick and easy read.

Although this is a book will date quickly due to the nature of its content it is still a book that I may re-read in the future as well as recommend to others and buy for people I know who I think may enjoy it.

It is for the reasons above that I have given this book a 5 star rating.

Books & Reading/ Book Information/ Sleigh Bells in the Snow (Snow Crystal Trilogy) by Sarah Morgan

















Sleigh Bells in the Snow Book Cover




Sleigh Bells in the Snow




Snow Crystal Trilogy #1/3





Sarah Morgan





Fiction




HarperCollins UK




October 4, 2013




Kindle




384




Amazon




Read from 10/12/18 to 18/12/18




Suddenly Summer,




Kayla Green, Jackson O'Neil, Alice (Grams) & Walter (Gramps), Sean O'Neil, Tyler O'Neil




Snow Crystal, Colerado



Once upon a time Kayla loved Christmas

Now she’s more dedicated to her job than decking the halls, and can’t wait for the ‘most wonderful time of the year’ to be over.

Until she arrives at the enchanting Snow Crystal ski resort, determined to win gorgeous owner Jackson as a marketing client.

But wooing Jackson professionally quickly turns personal as they spend flirty festive nights in this glittering winter wonderland.

With snowflakes swirling and sleigh bells ringing…could Jackson be the one to make Kayla fall back under the Christmas spell? (less)

Book Information| Hillbilly Drug Baby: The Story by Andrea Brunais

















Hillbilly Drug Baby: The Story Book Cover




Hillbilly Drug Baby: The Story





Andrea Brunais





Biography & Autobiography




Hillbilly Drug Baby




2018-12




PDF




175




BQBpublishimg




Read from 20/11/18 - 25/11/18




https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2600361603?book_show_action=false&from_review_page=1

Jesse-Ray Lewis, 19, enters a West Virginia "safe house" with few possessions beyond the kerchiefs that identify him as a gang member. An aged-out foster child, he lands in Bluefield, where a charity gives him food. What follows is the personal, dramatic story of two people who intervene in the life of a homeless, drug-abusing teen with a background of violence and neglect. In their next-door suite called the safe house, they impose three rules: "No alcohol or drugs. You have to work. You have to go to school." Jesse-Ray expresses gratitude for shelter and a middle-aged couple concerned with his welfare. But what does he want? The couple struggle to determine his true motives, especially after he admits being high on meth at their first meeting. At night he writes verse reflecting trauma and violence, shame and love, even despair. Author Andrea Brunais sees more than just a street-smart boy who can write. She sees a soul who can be saved from a downward spiral. But will Jesse-Ray accept the help of strangers, as glimmers of hope expressed in his writings suggest? Will the couple succeed in steering him toward a new life? And how will the ordeal transform everyone?