Review: Seducing the Sun Fae by Rebecca Rivard

25478898Title: Seducing the Sun Fae
Series The Fada Shapeshifter Series
Author: Rebecca Rivard
Genre: Fantasy, Erotica, Romance
Publisher: Wild Hearts Press
Release Date: May 1st 2015
Format: Ebook
Source: ARC from NetGalley
Rating:  4 Stars

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Cloud 9: Favorite Book Series

Cloud 9 is a feature I do here at Rainy Thursdays twice a month. It is my version of those “Top 10” posts you see floating around the blogosphere. Instead of ten items, however there are, of course, nine.


I am a sucker for series and I am sure I am not the only one. There is something comforting about continuing the journey with characters who are old friends in a world that feel like home. Here are some of my favorite series.

Chronicles of Prydain by Lloyd Alexander– Read More

Cloud 9: Most Hated Features

Cloud 9 is a feature I do here at Rainy Thursdays twice a month. It is my version of those “Top 10” posts you see floating around the blogosphere. Instead of ten items, however there are, of course, nine.


We all have those things that as soon as we experience them in a game, the game is dead to us. Don’t try to deny it. No matter how long you waited for this game, no matter how many people  told you what a great game it is, no matter what GameInformer rates it, there are always those features that you just cannot muck through. Here is my list of 9 things that immediately make me hate a game, in no particular order. Read More

Review: Spotless by Camilla Monk

25060158Title: Spotless
Author: Camilla Monk
Series: Spotless Series
Genre: Romance, Women’s Fiction
Publisher: Montlake Romance
Release Date: May 12, 2015
Format: Ebook
Source: ARC from NetGalley
Rating:  5 Stars

Island Chaptal—nerdy IT engineer by day, romance novel junkie by night—just walked into her messy New York apartment to find Mr. Right waiting for her. No, wait…Mr. Clean.

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Storm in a Teacup: Zelda v. Sheik

Zelda-Sheik-sliversheik-24130067-800-1502Apparently Bill Trinen came out the other day and officially confirmed that Zelda and Sheik are one in the same person.

I knew that this was an argument among the fandom, but why is it even an argument? For starters, Sheik’s first ever appearance is Ocarina of Time. At the end, we watch Sheik transform back into Zelda. Then in Smash Bros., Zelda is able to transform into Sheik for a whole new battle technique and skill set.

We literally watched Zelda become Sheik and vice versa. If you are still in denial, than there is something very wrong.

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