This is a very enjoyable series. Since we have already been introduced to all of the important characters by this point, we could jump right into the action.
Month: April 2016
I freakin’ love this story. You have to read The Player. Even if you haven’t read the first two books of the series, you won’t be lost. This was great story telling. I picked up the phone last night to “That was amazing!” when my friend finished.
Bleu is the right-hand man to Prince Loren (Kissed by a Dark Prince). But since his Prince has found his eternal mate, Olivia, Bleu finds that most of the duties which took up his day such as acting as counsel to the Prince, have been usurped by the new Princess. There is one task that […]
This was a fun, light-hearted urban fantasy series. Betsy is a good person but a bit shallow. She is more concerned with her footwear than her special status of Queen of the Vampires. The ridiculousness of it all makes it a fun read.
Cecy Robson plays havoc with your emotions. She drags you in and truly has you suffer alongside her characters, whether it be a paranormal or contemporary story. By this time, I should know better and have a happy, lighthearted book set aside as my next read.
We pick up where we left off after Dragon Heat with both the action and the romance. The conspiracy builds, and we see that insta-love doesn’t always go smoothly.
No matter what problems I have with J.R. Ward’s world building, anything featuring Rhage and Mary gets 5 stars in my book. As if Rhage couldn’t be any hotter or sweeter, The Beast will melt your heart. Anyone not already on Team Rhage will be switching over after reading the Beast. This review will contain small spoilers.
Katie Ruggle’s debut novel is exciting and sweet. It kept me up late into the night reading. I held on to an ARC offer for the next book, Fan the Flames, waiting to see what I thought of this one and I ran to my computer to download it even before I was halfway finished.
This is a case of don’t judge a series by it’s free novella. If I didn’t already have a copy of the first book, I might have stopped right here and missed out. It’s free. Grab a copy, but don’t let this so-so novella stop you from reading more.