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The Good, the Bad, and 2015 Movies by Sara Humphreys + Giveaway (@authorsara, @Sourcebooks)

I absolutely love going to the movies. It’s one of my favorite pastimes and given the cost recently, also one of my special treats. In fact, when I finish a book, I go to the movies in the middle of the day all alone.
It. Is. Awesome.
Here are my pics for the good, the bad, and the fabulous of the 2015 movies.

The Good— Jursassic World: Two factors made this an awesome flick. Chris Pratt and dinosaurs. Really? You can’t go wrong. Also, during the scene when the pterodatcyls attacked the crowd, there was the one guy running away with two margaritas in his hands.

The Bad— Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2: Do I really need to elaborate?

The Fabulous— Star Wars: The Force Awakens: I freaking loved this movie. The feel of it was more along the lines of the original trilogy and unlike the three prequels, there were more puppets and less CGI. They also used real locations instead of green screens. The fact that the original cast made appearances also made it extra awesome.

How about you? What movies stood out for you this year? Were they good, bad, or fabulous?

Author Bio

Sara Humphreys is the award-winning author of the Amoveo Legend series. The third book in the series, Untamed, won two PRISM awards: Dark Paranormal and Best of the Best. The first two novels from her Dead in the City series have been nominated for the National Readers Choice Award. Sara was also a professional actress. Some of her television credits include A&E Biography, Guiding Light, Another World, As the World Turns and Rescue Me. She loves writing hot heroes and heroines with moxie, but above all, Sara adores a satisfying happily-ever-after. She lives in New York with Mr. H., their four amazing sons, and two adorable pups. When she’s not writing or hanging out with the men in her life, she can be found working out with Shaun T in her living room or chatting with readers on Facebook.

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The Book

Beloved author Sara Humphreys’ acclaimed paranormal romance series continues with sweltering attraction between two vampires who have all the time in the world to satisfy their desires…

He wants eternity?
Dakota Shelton is a vampire cowboy with a penchant for cinnamon lollipops and Johnny Cash. Though highly skilled and deadly dangerous to his enemies, he’s still a Texas good ol’ boy at heart. And he has that heart set on wooing Trixie LaRoux-the most badass punk rock chick in town-the old-fashioned way.

Over her undead body…
Trixie is tough as nails and sharp as a silver stake-the last thing she wants is a man to sit on a porch and not grow old with. So it’ll take going to hell and back fighting a new threat to vampires before she admits Dakota’s courtship makes her blood hum. Turns out chivalry’s not dead after all.


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  1. I have to agree with The Force Awakens as being fabulous because I have watched 3 times already!! 😉

    And Jurassic World was a fun movie that had Christ Pratt, so that’s really enough for it, isn’t it?
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  2. Stars Wars was my favorite too! I also liked, Max Mad, Ant Man and Tomorrowland 🙂
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  3. I don’t see many movies but Star Wars was one of the few and the BEST! 🙂

  4. My dad would disagree with your bad, he loves Paul Blart Mall Cop….lol. I am not a huge Star Wars fan but I do want to see the new one just not had a chance. Might not get to it till it comes on DVD.

  5. Hi Ladies! Thanks so much for hosting me today!!

  6. Haha, I liked Paul Blart

  7. I didn’t see many movies, so I can only say I loved The Hunger Games MockingJay Part 2.
    If The Good The Bad and The Vampire was a movie, I know I’d love that, too.