While the quick snap of love at first sight is a common occurrence in paranormal romances, falling in “trust” usually takes the span of an entire book or series. I would have guessed that a heroine with the magical ability to sense lies would have a fast track through the trust building process, but ENTICE ME AT TWILIGHT proved me wrong.
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Title: Wolf Fever Author: Terry Spear Series: Heart of the Wolf #6 Cover Art: N/A Genre: paranormal romance Mass Market Paperback: 416 pages Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca Date Published: December 7, 2010 ISBN-10: 1402237529 ISBN-13: 978-1402237522 Review Copy Source: Author Reviewed by: Julia Book Description She may be his destiny, but she’s not his first choice… Hospital nurse and newly turned red werewolf Carol Woods is being pressured by her pack leader to find a mate, but he’s the only guy in the pack who remotely attracts her. Why is he playing so hard to get? The fate of… Read more »
Website: Hide-a-Cover Price: $4.95 – $5.95 While I have always espoused the theory that there is no one eReader for everyone, I suppose I should add that for some people, “no eReader” is the right one. I enjoy the convenience of eBooks, but I still purchase favorites in hardback. It is difficult for any device to replace the permanence and enjoyment of having a physical book to add to my library. Reading so many eBooks, however, does nothing to make me forget what has always been a significant challenge: hiding those horrific book covers. Just as some covers are a… Read more »
Title: Rajmund Author: D.B. Reynolds Series: Vampires in America #3 Cover Art: N/A Genre: paranormal romance Paperback: 260 pages Publisher: ImaJinn Books Date Published: July 30, 2010 ISBN-10: 1933417072 ISBN-13: 978-1933417073 Review Copy Source: Author Reviewed by: Julia Book Description RAJMUND GREGOR is a vampire . . . and the undisputed Master of New York City. He bows to no one but his Sire, Krystof, who is the Vampire Lord for the entire Northeastern U.S. Based in Buffalo, NY, Krystof is an old vampire—-too old, it would seem, because he’s slowly losing his mind. Summoned back to Buffalo… Read more »
Reading Dracula has long been on my list of things to do. I loved The Historian, I read vampire books by the bushel, and I’ve heard time and time again that Dracula is a book celebrating technology and gadgets (admittedly, it’s “shorthand” and “typewriters”, but those were the texting and iPhones of their time). My nook came pre-stocked with a free version of the book, but even then (and I hate to admit it) my deep aversion to epistolary novels held me back. I just can’t get excited about a book told after the fact, through snatches of diaries and letters. I want action; I want immediacy! Every once in awhile I can push myself past the initial dislike, but that requires me to be trapped in scenarios involving desert islands (or family trips) with no other books in sight.
Title: Demons From The Dark Author: Kresley Cole Series: Immortals After Dark #10 Cover Art: N/A Genre: Paranormal Romance Excerpt: Yes Source: Publisher Reviewed by: Julia Mass Market Paperback: 448 pages Publisher: Pocket (August 24, 2010) ISBN-10: 1439123128 ISBN-13: 978-1439123126 Sexual Content: Explicit sex scenes. Mention of child abuse and rape. Rating: Excellent – Loved it! Buy it now & put this author on your watch list. Description From New York Times bestselling author Kresley Cole comes this scorching tale of a demon outcast poisoned with vampire blood and the vulnerable young witch he vows to protect—even from himself…. Read more »
If The Godfather or The Departed had vampires, they would probably feel a lot like Blood Vice.