While I have some small quibbles, THE GHOUL VENDETTA was exactly what I expected from Shearin and The SPI Files. Fun, dramatic, witty and an all around good read, THE GHOUL VENDETTA continues the series in a great way, answering some questions while opening new avenues for the story to go down.
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ELEVENTH GRAVE IN MOONLIGHT continues the tradition of the Charley Davidson series of being sassy and fun with an undercurrent of danger and mystery.
THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE is nearly everything I wished it would be. After hearing comparisons to UPROOTED, THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE had a lot to live up to, UPROOTED being one of my recent favorite fantasy books. Luckily, it was a delightful read, and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
ROSEBLOOD is, for lack of a better word, a bit weird. Billed as a young adult retelling of The Phantom of the Opera, it reads more like a sequel to its inspiration, rather than a retelling. Dark and mysterious, ROSEBLOOD has a lot going for it, but it just didn’t live up to what I felt it could have been.
THE FATE OF THE TEARLING left me with lots of feelings. The first two-thirds of the book were rock-star. And, to be fair, the last third of the book was good too, it just wasn’t what I was expecting. So, without spoiling anything, I am going to try to review this book for you. First of all, if you read the first two, definitely read the third. You’ll want the closure that it provides. And if you haven’t read the first two, I definitely recommend them. The trilogy has a very different feel than a lot of other fantasy trilogies, to its benefit.
I was so excited to read THE MOUNTAIN OF KEPT MEMORY that I barely got past the comparison to Robin McKinley in the description. And while I loved it, I didn’t quite love it, if you know what I mean. I had a few complaints, but overall, this is a beautiful standalone fantasy with intrigue, action and a little bit of sweet romance.
A big welcome to Nina Croft who is here to talk to us about living forever and celebrating the release of Flying Through Fire, Dark Desires #6 (published on November 7, 2016 by Entangled Publishing). Want to win a copy Blood and Metal, Dark Desires #5? Enter via the widget below. Who Wants to Live Forever by Nina Croft Right now, I’d say, I do. That may change in a few thousand years, but until then it seems a better option than the alternative. I’m Nina Croft, and I write all sorts of romance but usually with paranormal or sci-fi elements, and sometimes with both…. Read more »
Thank you all for entering the giveaway to win Black Widow Prize Pack! The winner is… Danielle D. a Rafflecopter giveaway Congratulations! We’ll be emailing you soon. Please respond with your address within 48 hours or a new winner will be drawn. Didn’t win? Buy your own copy of BLACK WIDOW: RED VENGEANCE Thank you all for entering the giveaway to win BURY THE LIVING! The winner is… Linda L. a Rafflecopter giveaway Congratulations! We’ll be emailing you soon. Please respond with your address within 48 hours or a new winner will be drawn. Didn’t win? Buy your own… Read more »
ONCE A GYPSY was an interesting paranormal romance read that suffered from a little too much going on. The setting and characters were fun, and the writing was good, but there were just a few too many bad guys.
A big welcome to Colleen Halverson who is here to telling us about The Legend of Black Annis and celebrating the release of CHILDREN OF THE VEIL, The Aisling Chronicles #2 (published on October 24, 2016 by Entangled Select Otherworld). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget below. The Legend of Black Annis by Colleen Halverson So many Celtic legends and folk tales inform my work on The Aisling Chronicles, but for my second book in the series, CHILDREN OF THE VEIL, my biggest source of inspiration came from the legend of Black Annis. She is often described as a crone or… Read more »