As I’ve come to expect from this series there is no time for breathe in REAP THE WIND. Everything that could go wrong for Cassie goes wrong that I just want the girl to get a break eventually.
Publisher: Signet Select
WOLF’S FALL presented a protagonist with PTSD due to a torture incident with a vampire which was a pretty interesting problem to load onto a character. While I don’t know to much about what PTSD is like I thought it portrayed the struggles of someone who has gone through a heavy trauma very well.
While I enjoyed WEREWOLF IN LAS VEGAS for the main character’s adorable relationship, most of the plot and characterization involved some serious suspension of disbelief in regards to business dealings and maturity level of 20somethings. The fact that someone could lose a business off of one poker game is pure fantasy even for a book where werewolves exist
Along with a wonderfully compelling and intriguing plot AVENGER’S HEAT also brings new meaning to sexual tension when it comes to Erin and Noah’s burgeoning relationship. With all of that tension building up every small emotional revelation and tender moment was made all the more powerful and poignant.
Between the constant action, romantic entanglements, and complex death threats CURSED BY DESTINY doesn’t give poor Celia a break after the events of A CURSED EMBRACE. I love how strong Celia is in spite of all the horrible issues she has and yet is able to still be the loving and protective big sister to her family.
An action packed romp through the Cassandra Palmer universe, TEMPT THE STARS doesn’t give the reader a second to get their breath from one scene to the next. With multiple fight scenes, jumps through time and dimensions, and new characters to meet, TEMPT THE STARS will satisfy a reader who is already in love with the series, but I wouldn’t suggest a first timer start here.
The setting is perfect for WEREWOLF IN ALASKA. With its vast untamed wilderness it almost asks to have a bunch of werewolves wandering around it. It also does an excellent job of portraying the tiny towns in Alaska where everyone knows everyone’s business.
Keri Arthur’s DARKNESS UNMASKED, the fifth book in the Dark Angels series, is a well written, thrilling book, likely to be enjoyed most by readers already familiar with the series. A little confusing to those just jumping in, it was still a fun read, with sleuthing, sexy moments and lots of spiders!