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duminic─â, 24 noiembrie 2019

Cum e noul detergent Persil Discs 4 în 1

24 noiembrie 0 Comments
├Än cadrul campaniei BUZZStore ├«mpreun─â cu Persil am avut ocazia s─â testez noul detergent sub form─â de capsule 4 ├«n 1. Mi-au pl─âcut dintotdeauna produsele lor ╚Öi am constatat c─â ╚Öi de data aceasta au fost pe placul meu. 

Cel mai mare avantaj al detergentul este faptul c─â previne supradozarea ma╚Öinii de sp─âlat cu detergent. Este simplu ╚Öi comod de utilizat cu efecte vizibile. 

Detergentul Persil Discs 4 ├«n 1 este disponibil ├«n dou─â variante: pentru rufe albe ╚Öi colorate. Acestea sunt foarte u╚Öor de distins prin culoarea diferit─â a compartimentului din mijloc: roz pentru rufe colorate ╚Öi alb pentru rufe albe. 

Cele patru avantaje ale capsulelor sunt ├«ndep─ârtarea petelor, str─âlucirea, prospe╚Ťimea de lung─â durat─â ╚Öi grija fa╚Ť─â de ╚Ťes─âtur─â. 

├Än toate cazurile ├«n care le-am folosit ├«n ultima lun─â, au ├«ndep─ârtat cu succes inclusiv pete mai vechi ╚Öi rufele au r─âmas cu un miros pl─âcut, f─âr─â s─â mai folosesc alt produs complementar. Totu╚Öi, deoarece prefer ca rufele mele s─â aib─â un miros mai puternic de proasp─ât, voi folosi ├«n continuare balsamul meu obi╚Önuit ╚Öi, eventual, un produs lichid de ├«ndep─ârtare a petelor direct pe zonele cu probleme mai mari/persistente. 

Singura problem─â pe care a╚Ö putea afirma c─â am avut-o a fost la ultima utilizare, c├ónd o capsul─â a fost ├«mpins─â pe u╚Öa ma╚Öinii de sp─âlat ╚Öi a r─âmas blocat─â acolo, iar unul dintre compartimentele ei a r─âmas intact p├ón─â la finalul sp─âl─ârii. Atunci mi-a╚Ö fi dorit s─â ╚Ötiu exact ce con╚Ťine fiecare compartiment, ca s─â ╚Ötiu dac─â a lipsit o parte important─â din acel ciclu de sp─âlare. 

Am d─âruit capsule ╚Öi prietenelor mele, care le-au testat ╚Öi mi-au transmis c─â „spal─â foarte bine” ╚Öi „au un miros mai pl─âcut dec├ót alte capsule pe care le-am ├«ncercat”. Marea majoritate le vor achizi╚Ťiona pe viitor.

Le recomand cu c─âldur─â.

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vineri, 22 noiembrie 2019

Book Tour & Giveaway: Stolen Princess by Nikki Jefford

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Stolen Princess
Nikki Jefford
(Royal Conquest Saga #1)
Publication date: November 11th 2018
Genres: Fairy Tales, Fantasy, New Adult, Retelling
She sacrificed herself to save her family from poverty…
The ball was only the beginning.
It wasn’t enough to kill my mate, heir to the throne. My obsessive Fae brother-in-law wants the crown. And he wants me ruling by his side.
I thought I was done with romance until a certain pompous elf reappeared in my life at the illustrious Monster Ball. A little teasing led to bruised lips and captured hearts. No one wants Jhaeros and me to be together, not even my favorite sister, Melarue. But she’s a teenager just coming into her elemental powers and discovering boys—the wrong kind—the type I want to shoot arrows through.
My royal in-laws are playing a treacherous game, and my brother-in-law is determined to get what he wants. But this elf princess no longer has a master. I don’t want a crown. I want freedom, family, and the love of a lifetime. But love might be the one thing that destroys us all.
**This book will now include the prequel novella Enemies and Lovers.

Nikki Jefford is an award-winning, bestselling author of paranormal romance, urban fantasy, and quirky combinations in-between.
She is a third-generation Alaskan now living in the Pacific Northwest with her Westie, Cosmo, and her French husband, who she wouldn’t trade in for anyone–not even Spike or Mr. Darcy!
When she’s not writing, she’s reading, walking, or out riding her motorcycle, a Honda CB500F, (so long as it’s sunny and warm)!
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(reading the last 20% of the book as we're speaking)

One more night in Sweetbell.
I skipped dinner to avoid Father’s scathing tongue and Shalendra’s venomous glare. I’d had adversaries in Faerie, too, but none of them thought as ill of me as my own father and sister.
One more night, I reminded myself.
I couldn’t wait to return home—to settle into a cozy, little cottage with Mel and make up for the time we’d lost together. We could maintain the place ourselves and discuss her elemental magic further. It would give her more time to warm up to Jhaeros and see the wonderful male I’d come to know.
I hated to admit it, but my brother-in-law, Liri, had given me a second chance by poisoning Cirrus. If not for him, I might have been stuck in Faerie forever. Cirrus had been nice enough, and more attentive than I required, but he’d forbidden me from visiting my family. He was all too happy to deliver letters back and forth between the realms, but it hadn’t been enough, and a dark part of me reveled in his death.
“Yes, I did us both a favor,” a husky voice whispered across the room after I’d crawled into bed.
My eyes flew open, and my body tensed, sensing the presence nearby.
His skin was as pale as the moon, his hair white as snow. He’d braided it back into a whiplike tail that followed him as he crept along the edge of my bed.
I tried to sit up, but every bone in my body felt as though it had turned to mashed potatoes. “What are you doing here, Liri?” I demanded.
He smirked. “I am not really here, which is a shame.” He climbed onto my bed, walking on his knees toward me. The mattress made no movement, no dip or shudder. “See?” His smile widened as he made his way toward me until he straddled my limp body.
I narrowed my eyes at the pitiless face above mine. He was beautiful, but I knew better. “Why are you here?” I asked again.
“I’ve come to check on you,” Liri said, stroking the blanket near my hip. I hated the tingle I felt even though he wasn’t really here, wasn’t really touching me. But my brain said otherwise. He smiled coyly, well aware of the fact that he didn’t need to physically touch me for me to feel him.
“I would have come sooner,” he continued in a lazy drawl, “but I’ve been busy.”
“Poisoning more rivals?” I asked in a haughty tone.
Liri’s next smile showed all his teeth, white and gleaming like his hair and skin. If it weren’t for his pointed ears, I might think him a vampire. He was just as heartless.
He stared at my lips, his eyes turning lambent. “My desire for you has not changed, nor my wish to have you as my bride.”
“Nor have my wishes changed,” I fired back. “I’m back in the elven realm where I belong—where I want to be.”
Liri shook his perfectly sculpted face.
“You belong on the highest pedestal, my pet. Nothing short of a kingdom will do for such beauty, such grace, such…fire.” His eyes gleamed. His long, pale fingers faded into the covers on both sides of my thighs, causing my hips to rise toward him. Sure, now my limbs worked. I thought he’d rub it in my face, but his expression brightened with hunger.
“My brother made you a princess, but I, sweet Aerith, will make you a queen.”

Review: The Veiled Threat by Sophia Menesini

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The Veiled Threat
Sophia Menesini
(The Veiled Duchess #1)
Publication date: June 30th 2019
Genres: Fantasy, LGBTQ+, New Adult, Romance
Captain Shea Lara is the current leader of The Veiled Duchess. The most feared pirate ship in all of Neried. And now, after completing her former mentor’s final score, she’s retiring. Everything seems to be coming to an end… Until a mysterious stranger drags her back into the fold with an offer for a score she can’t refuse. All she has to do is kidnap the crowned princess of the northern Queendom, Princess Joana of Arethusa. The prize is just within reach. But sparks fly as the two women collide. And an obscured threat that could upturn Shea’s entire world storms on the horizon. She’ll face it alone unless she can allow herself the support she needs from old and new allies alike. Something’s coming and Shea is at the center of it.

Sophia Menesini lives in Martinez, CA with her husband, and their two small Chihuahuas, Ziggy and Zeppelin. The Veiled Threat is her first novel and the first book in The Veiled Duchess Series. Sophia is an avid tea connoisseur and lover of Scotland with an unconventional memory for obscure Disney and Broadway song lyrics.
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The Veiled Threat was like a journey on the sea - I got an exciting start, a storm of emotions about the story, anger at the way characters acted, and in the end, the sea calmed down when the book ended with me feeling satisfied that I had reached my destination. 

When I read the synopsis, I was hooked. Shea Lara, an elvish woman, is the feared captain of a pirate ship. The story begins with her having captured the Pearl of Lycos, the very treasure her adoptive father asked her to get when he died, before she finally retires. But after a life of adventure and piracy, the impulsive woman can't go to living a normal life, can she? So, understandably, she gets dragged in a plot she doesn't understand and accepts to kidnap the crown princess of Arethusa. 

This mission felt to me, as a reader, too easy to accomplish, everything goes very smoothly and fast. In fact, a lot of the story feels as if every obstacle is very easily conquered, and even when the characters were in grave peril, I didn't fear for them knowing in a few pages they get out of the situation somehow - someone is always in the right place at the right time to save them. 

What I loved was the history of the land and the secondary characters. I felt very emotionally involved with the status of elves within the story, how they are considered a lower race by humans despite being the first beings created by Gods and the fact they are gifted with magic. I rooted for Shea when she did what best she could to save her people, risking it all on a dangerous and foolish mission for the chance to help them somehow. I was sad to read that elves no longer recognize as their own those poor elves who get their ears cut by those who enslave them. 

I yearned to read more about V and the Gods and Goddesses, which I think the next book will do. I think the secondary characters all had interesting back stories and enjoyed reading more and more about them. 

However, I particularly felt annoyed with how the love story develops. Princess Joanna of Arethusa falls in love at first sight with the elvish pirate and vice versa and this makes them act foolish most of the times. Joanna has multiple occasions where she can escape or lie to get away and she doesn't. Shea can't make her mind as to what to do with her - fulfill the mission or try to escape with her crush. The two become the center of each other's universe so fast that I find it hard to digest. Shea even goes so far as to put Joanna before her crew who she claims to be her family. 

Another problem I had with the book is that it lacked proper editing. It was filled with mistakes, some I found very annoying like the incorrect use of the apostrophe in ''let's" or the incorrect spelling of ''your'' and ''you're". I had to re-read a few phrases because words or letters were missing and this should be fixed as soon as possible in a new edition because it takes away from the story. 

I recommend this book to lovers of sea adventures and elves as long as you can look past the spelling errors. It is not suitable for children as it contains some graphic description of sexual actions and violence.