This series is a prequel to Dianne’s popular Immortal Guardian series. This is the introduction of the gifted ones. They have advanced DNA and special abilities such as reading thoughts, healing with their hands or seeing the future. It is their descendants who will someday become the Immortal Guardians. It is much different from her current series, but just as enjoyable.
Month: May 2015
When I reviewed Hunter Reborn back in February, I mentioned that although the H/H in Hunter Reborn didn’t excite me, there were two couples I was looking forward to reading. This is the first of those stories involving Ryan and Teresa. As with many series, you will understand more of these characters if you have read the series. Katie Reus laid down the foundation for this story in Hunter Reborn. This novella also adds more into the (hopefully) next story involving Natalia and Aldric.
Although this is not an original plot, the likable characters more than make up for that. These friends have great chemistry which becomes explosive even before they actually make it to a bed. And let’s not forget a titillating game of bad cop/dirty cop.
The grim reaper and the son of Satan are having a baby. This book is the beginning of big changes to the series. Although I truly love the series, I did grumble a bit about the ending. I don’t know where the series will be going in the future novels, but I can’t wait to see what’s next.
If I haven’t convinced you to give this series a try by now, then I don’t know what to do with you. This series is funny and exciting with delightful characters. If paranormal is not your thing, I understand, but if you like a good paranormal romance or urban fantasy, what are you waiting for?
I love when an author can change my mind about a character that I didn’t care about. Hunter was so buttoned up and boring and seemed a little sad that he was mooning over a girl supposedly in love with his brother; and Megan came off as simply bitchy. Picking it up, I was thinking “meh.” It didn’t take long for me to be rooting for them.
Charley has an evil plan to hook up her BFF and her Uncle Bob. The question is –is it more dangerous than her plan to get back her client’s soul from a demon known as “The Dealer.”
I once again declare my love/hate with this series. There was a lot of potential for this series, but the sisters aren’t given a chance to use their gifts to their fullest until the very end when Amelie sees the killer’s past right at the apex of the action and once again screeching the whole story to a halt. I will still read the next one, because I am still hoping to see more from these characters.
Women are flocking to Charley’s Dad’s bar and something has got them in a tizzy. There are also women flocking to Charley’s apartment, but these women are all deceased and apparently all traumatized. There is a serial killer on the loose and Charley needs to get some answers from one of the victims before her sister, Gemma, is next.
I have been a long time fan of Thea Harrison’s Elder Races series, but the Nightkind King, Julian Regillus, was not among my favorite characters. He was mean and intimidating and never gave that “I’m a lovable vampire” vibe, but I love when an author can change my mind about a character and in this case, she did it without changing Julian at all.