Monthly Archives: July 2019

Book Review: Betrayal (The Queen’s Alpha #11)

Book Title: Betrayal (The Queen’s Alpha #11) betrayel

Book Author: W. J. May

Rating: 5 Dragon Paws 5-paws

I have to say I’ve been dredging reading this book because of its title. The team splits up and all go through one torture or another. One line from the series comes back to me – at the end there was a blood bond made with each member of the group – or something like that. This book makes me wonder if our favorite team of royals will get their happily ever afters. *sighs*

I think this adventure is good for 16+.

Book Review: Revelation (The Queen’s Alpha #10)

Book Title: Revelation (The Queen’s Alpha #10) revelation

Book Author: W. J. May

Rating: 5 Dragon Paws 5-paws

Umm, I trust Kat now more than ever. So that mermaid thing I mentioned in the previous review… totally loved it. The thing that happened after is a place for nightmares. It really brought out the fae for us. Now, her idea about visiting vampires is another story. Goosepumps. It was nice to see vampires not just them being sexy but as killers.

I think this adventure is good for 16+.

Book Review: Foretelling: Fae Fairy Paranormal YA/NA Shifter Romance (The Queen’s Alpha Series Book 9)

Book Title: Foretelling: Fae Fairy Paranormal YA/NA Shifter Romance (The Queen’s Alpha Series Book 9) foretelling

Book Author: W. J. May

Rating: 5 Dragon Paws 5-paws

Can I say one thing – I would really love to fly on a dragon or be one. Either one would work. The team thinks Kat always had bad ideas and giving something away to a mermaid is one of them. I do say what Kat goes through… especially on the ship, I don’t want to go through that. It’s a wonder she lived to tell the tale. No longer is she a gal that doesn’t have stories to tell a campfire. Now, she has too many to tell.

I think this adventure is good for 16+.

Book Review: Protected (The Queen’s Alpha #8)

Book Title: Protected (The Queen’s Alpha #8) prot

Book Author: W. J. May

Rating: 5 Dragon Paws 5-paws

Well, we have more creatures that Kat and her friends fight… there was a couple of yells and ahs from me in this one. Learned more about our fae siblings and there’s water… lots of water…oh and people acting like zombies. I hate zombies.

I think this adventure is good for 16+.

Book Review: Prophecy (The Queen’s Alpha #7)

Book Title: Prophecy (The Queen’s Alpha #7) prop

Book Author: W. J. May

Rating: 5 Dragon Paws 5-paws

Okay, so it’s hard to tame the teenagers and dancers aren’t for everyone. We learn more about the pasts of our favorite team and more about the prophecy. I can honestly say that I figured out the bad guy almost from the start for the first books, although, I’m not sure if he was a bad guy…. hmmm but so far for this one, I don’t have a clue. I do have to say that May isn’t afraid to hurt her characters. Ouch!

I think this adventure is good for 16+.

Book Review: Boundless (The Queen’s Alpha #6)

Book Title: Boundless (The Queen’s Alpha #6) bound

Book Author: W. J. May

Rating: 5 Dragon Paws 5-paws

Okay, so I thought this book ended the series. Yeah, I know. Considering that there are 12 and this is the 6th, but the ending was so pretty. lol However, the May did it again with a cliffhanger. I wasn’t so sure if I wanted to read the next book because one part of Kat’s journey is over but I’m glad I did.

For 16+.