I finished this book in a day. Each chapter kept drawing me into the next into the next and then the next thing I knew, it was done.
I just couldn’t take the heroine’s stupidity and her constant need to be rescued.
In fairness I want state that this is not one of my favorite tropes and I was unaware of that when I picked it up since there was nothing about it in the book description.
Kresley Cole bring her usual IAD style to this M/M romance. For fans, it is worth reading even if M/M is not your usual choice.
I gave up any interest in this series after the first two books, but when I saw this one featuring the first female gargoyle, I thought “Oh, maybe that will be an interesting twist.” Nope.
As much as I like this author and narrator for the Witchless in Seattle series, I did not enjoy this story as much. It might be that there wasn’t as much story here as sex. I was almost hooked at the end to grab the next, but I am not sure if I will bother.
Thea Harrison never disappoints. This spinoff from her Elder Races series brings the same talent and magic as all her previous book and introduces us to a wonderful new cast of characters.
I was surprised to find that the reboot of Kresley Cole’s the Warlord Wants Forever was my favorite of the three stories and Gena Showalter’s story on Dallas from the Alien Huntress series was completely disappointing.
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.
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 […]