Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Release Promotion + Review: Fifth a Fury by Pepper Winters + Giveaway!



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“There was a beginning once. A beginning that started with being sold to a monster I fell for.
There was an ending once. An ending that came cloaked in bloodshed and fury.”
Eleanor Grace is a simple mortal who has the power to topple a god. She captured his heart, fed him a different future, and fought for a fantasy that wasn’t make-believe but destiny.
Sully Sinclair is a man masquerading as a monster. He let down his shields and allowed a goddess to show him a simpler path. However, neither of them could predict the war that was coming, nor the toll it would take.
A fated romance.
A fight that will finish in tears.
The age-old battle of good versus evil.

I really enjoyed the first part of the book, it was exciting and I was never sure what exactly would happen and how it would go down but that part ended a little too quickly for my liking. The bad guy was defeated kind of fast, at least in my opinion and I'm sad to say that after that it wasn't that much of an thrilling book anymore. I still enjoyed reading it, of course since it's a book by Pepper Winters but I also can't say that it totally gripped me.

I've said it before in a previous review but three star books are so hard to review and I feel like that again. So I'll talk about some of the things I did love in this book. The characters, for one, were amazing. I still love Eleanor and Sully so damn much. Their chemistry definitely wasn't any less this time around and espcially Eleanor was so badass in this last book. I also enjoyed reading about Jess and Cal's budding relationship. I would love to read a book about them.

And then there was the writing. Pepper Winters has one of the most unique writing styles ever and I can't help but love it. She has such a way with words. There even was a chapter without any words at all. Just let that sink in. Anyways, the writing was equally amazing in Fifth a Fury and I couldn't get enough of that.

Overall, Fifth a Fury was a good ending that I for sure liked but it wasn't my favorite of the series, to be completely honest. I just felt like wanting... more. I'm sure every reader knows this feeling with at least a couple of books. And with this one I had more of a plot dislike than anything else. The characters and writing was amazing as always. I just wasn't as hooked by the story in general anymore.


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Enter the Release Day Giveaway here!

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Read the first chapter here!

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“You are worth more. You have more…goodness in your little finger than I do in my…entire body.”

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Pepper Winters is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today International Bestseller. With a catalogue of over twenty titles, she’s hit the bestselling lists over thirty times. 
She loves romance, star-crossed lovers, and the forbidden taboo. She strives to write a story that makes the reader crave what they shouldn’t, and delivers tales with complex plots and unforgettable characters.
After chasing her dreams to become a full-time writer, Pepper has earned recognition with awards for best Dark Romance, best BDSM Series, and best Hero. She’s an #1 iBooks bestseller, along with #1 in Erotic Romance, Romantic Suspense, Contemporary, and Erotica Thriller. She’s also honoured to wear the IndieReader Badge for being a Top 10 Indie Bestseller.
After releasing two books with Grand Central, Hachette (Ruin & Rule and Sin & Suffer) Pepper is a Hybrid Author of both Traditional and Self-published work.
Represented by Trident Media, her books have garnered foreign interest and are currently being translated into numerous languages, including already released titles in Italian, French, Hebrew, German, and Turkish. Audio Books for her entire back-list will be available soon.

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  1. I'm sorry this wasn't as awesome as you'd hoped -- but am glad that Winters' writing continues to hit all the right notes for you.

  2. Sorry this wasn't as good as the other, it's kind of strange to have a big plot resolution in the middle of the book...

  3. Yes. Felt like this just could be one big epilogue really.

  4. Can't love each and every book, of course. Maybe long series like this one aren't for me anymore.

  5. I agree, three star books can be hard to review, but you did good. I get your point and I know you love this author's writing, so I'm sorry this book wasn't as great as the others . . . Fingers crossed the next one is going to work amazingly well for you!

  6. Sorry to hear this wasn't as amazing as the others, but glad you really enjoyed the series overall though! I'm still planning to read this series someday soon, so glad to hear they're all available to binge-read already!


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