An amazing new series by Kevin Hearne chockfull of wonderful and compelling characters. A captivating story full of excitement, danger and sacrifice. I was so invested that I absolutely hate the fact that it ended and I have to wait for two more stories to find out what happens. This is a Must Listen To Audiobook since Luke Daniels once again brings an over the top performance and he split the narration with Xe Sands. This is my first Xe Sands audiobook, but I am going to look into her other narrations.
I heard a lot of buzz about this story. I had no time to read it and have been waiting for an audiobook to come out. Yay! Finally! I found that a lot of the buzz is true. This series puts it own interesting twist on the demon hunter story which I liked and am willing to check out the next stories to see if they can keep up the novelty.
I really adore these characters but I am starting to get a little frustrated. I was hoping things would start moving in the romance department.
This was not exactly what I expected and even weeks later I am still not certain how I feel about this story. I do have copies of the next two in the series and I will give them a try.
This was a simple rich guy has fake fiance story but Sawyer, the rich, works-too-much, but not really fleshed out character was the only one who stayed true to his character. Oh, and his cock. We’ll get to that.
Book 2 lacks a bit of the excitement of the first book, but is big on suspense.
I was looking forward to this story after reading Dirty and getting a preview of the first chapter. I was very disappointed.
Atticus gets a magical stake and it’s time to take on the vampires.
This was an enjoyable military/Scifi. I am looking forward to checking out the rest of the series.
Cynthia Edens adds an interesting new creature to her paranormal world, the phoenix. Genesis is a laboratory under contract with the government working with paranormal volunteers to understand and help the paranormals find a cure. At least that is the propaganda that they are pushing on the public. Except none of the “volunteers” there can […]