Julia’s top 14 books from 2014.
Here are Kristina’s favorite 14 books from 2014.
View all the Paranormal Picks posts No. 1: Murder of Crows (The Others #2) by Anne Bishop No. 2: Burn for Me (Hidden Legacy #1) by Ilona Andrews No. 3: Cruel Beauty (Cruel Beauty Universe #1) by Rosamund Hodge No. 4: The Office of Mercy by Ariel Djanikian No. 5: Night Shift Anthology No. 6: Tainted Blood (Generation V #3) by M. L. Brennan No. 7: Banishing the Dark (Arcadia Bell #4) by Jenn Bennett No. 8: Free Agent (Grimm Agency #1) by J. C. Nelson No. 9: A Breath of Frost (The Lovegrove Legacy #1) by Alyxandra Harvey No…. Read more »
The Magic Born series has been, so far, a very well done, consistently written series, and I was hoping for similar in FIREWALL. After Lizzie and Vadim, I wasn’t sure if any couple could be better, or if there would be as much delving into the world. Luckily, FIREWALL delivered everything I hoped for.
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THE FAIRYLAND MURDERS was a interesting mixing of noir detective stories with fairy tales. With this mixture of a gritty murder mystery with light fanciful fairies and princesses you get an at times bizarre world filled with some hilarious interactions between characters. There are some neat references to fairy tale characters and fairy tales.
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SUSPICION by Alexandra Monir, is pitched as a modern version of the classic thriller Rebecca, and it definitely creates that vibe, along with a pretty solid mystery, and a dash of The Princess Diaries. Between that and the romance of reconnecting with a first love, this book didn’t need anything else – but it’s ‘urban fantasy,’ and so magic must appear. It’s rare for me to wish a story lacked a supernatural element, but with SUSPICION (a nonsensical title for the novel) enough is happening that the subplot about an ancestor with an unusually green thumb and the inheritance of “Elemental” powers just unbalances the plot.
A big welcome to Susannah Scott who is here counting down the Top 10 Real Life “Unusuals” and celebrating the release of Dragon Her Back, Las Vegas Dragons (published on December 15, 2014 by Entangled Publishing). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget below. Susannah Scott’s Top 10 Real Life “Unusuals” Thank you All Thing UF for having me on today to celebrate the release on my latest dragon shifter book, Dragon Her Back! I’ve been thinking about the reasons I love the paranormal romance genre, and it has to be the idiosyncrasies of all the out-of-the-box creatures. We all know the vamps, and werewolves, and… Read more »