A big welcome to Kerry Schafer who is here to telling us about Love in a Time of Dragons and celebrating the release of WAKEWORLD, Books of the Between, #2 (published on January 28, 2014 by Ace Books). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget below. Love in a Time of Dragons by Kerry Schafer If the […]
I remember thinking at the end of Shattered Souls that the traditional end of a first-in-a-series book only really left one outstanding element – the bad guy – and hoping desperately that I wouldn’t be headed into a manufactured hostile environment for the established couple to drag the series on. I’m very pleased that this didn’t happen.
As satisfying for the quiet interactions in the background as for the sweeping action or big character growth, THE UNDEAD POOL is The Hollows at it’s best. The paranormal world of Rachel Morgan is an intricate ecosystem of magic and normalcy, and never is that so apparent as here near the series’s end.
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I wasn’t sure what to expect from HUNTER. On the surface it had all my happy buttons pushed – witches and magic and romance. Seemed like a perfect match. And for the most part, it was.
The trend in pushing YA Paranormal towards the unique seems to be continuing and WHITE HOT KISS is no exception. This time, we have demons but pitted against them? Not angels. That would be so last year.
Where the previous books in the St. Croix Chronicles were fast paced with danger and dangerous people lurking around every corner, TEMPERED deals with more internal battles and emotional trauma. Cherry has gone through so much externally dealing with the Veil and Society it felt fitting to have a story spend some time dealing with the internal effects of what happened to Cherry.
A fantastic addition to the urban fantasy world, the Silver series adds a hint of magic to a robust and realistic world. More than just battling villains and hooking up, these books deal with disability, loss, prejudice, and power struggles on both the global and family level. Held’s characters are immeasurably enriched by their wolf-selves, but their struggles and feelings are firmly grounded in a familiar, human world.
A big welcome to Rhiannon Held who is here to telling us about Guilty Pleasures and celebrating the release of Reflected, Silver, #3 (published on February 18, 2014 by Tor Books). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget below. Guilty Pleasures by Rhiannon Held I think everyone should admit they have a guilty pleasure. I bring that […]
While Photoshopped tattoos are my pet peeve, realistic tattoos aren’t enough to save an otherwise flawed cover. Leanna from Mostly a Book Blog is here this week, joining Kate and I to comment on floating superheroes, headless hunks, and surreal dreamscapes. If you’re a blogger interested in joining in on the commenting fun, fill out […]