I had moments of love for this story, but I think in the end we should just be friends.
I love the change up of the storylines in this series as well as the proper balance of pantheons. I have forced myself to put this series aside for a few books so I don’t catch up too quickly. I still have four more books to enjoy before the next in 2017.
Hammered wasn’t as good as the prior two novels, but it is important in that what happens here has a significant impact on the rest of the series.
A priest, a rabbi, and a witch walk into a Druid’s bookshop…no, that’s not the start of a joke. That’s just the start of this story and it just never stops.
This is an enjoyable and unique Fantasy series full of wonderful characters. I have been racing through it and can’t wait for more.
I always love me some Nalini Singh, no question. Yet, this story lacks the excitement of most of the novels in the Guild Hunter series.
I couldn’t be more disappointed with this book. The description intrigued me as something new and interesting but the story wasn’t cohesive at all. Trying to finish it was torture and I barely flipped through the epilogue. I am still left with unanswered questions.
I had such a hard time putting this down. There was so much excitement and as always, Cecy had me tearing up over Gemini and Taran.
Dianne Duvall takes us on a journey into the past unparalleled by even your local Renaissance Faire. While Beth might lack the magical abilities that we saw in Alyssa in A Sorceress of His Own, there is nothing more entertaining then watching this modern woman working her own magic in this male dominated world of […]
The premise of the story had potential and started out as an average Urban Fantasy with nothing overly exciting but still a potential to be a good series until the two main characters turned into complete idiots.