Book 2 was much better than Book 1 but again I split between the pluses and the minuses for this series. In Fool Moon, when Kim Delaney, another magic user, consults with Harry about a complicated binding circle, Harry refuses to help and warns her away becausing she is not strong enough to hold […]
Category: Urban Fantasy
I have to be honest and say if this was the only book in the series out so far, I would walk away without looking back. The story was okay. The main character was a wizard who really didn’t impress me with his powers and the world building and storyline had some series flaws.
Ragnarok is here. The battle is on as all the Gods join forces with our favorite red-headed druid to protect Gaia from the destructive power of Loki and Hell. This is the final chapter of the Iron Druid Chronicles and I loved and hated every moment. *ugly cry*
I downloaded this book as I was finishing Book 1. For once, I was so happy to be behind in a series. I would have hated to have to wait. Nevada Baylor hopes that she has seen the last of Connor “Mad” Rogan after the Adam Pierce case but fate has other plans, and […]
As always, the world building and the characters are phenomenal. I picked up White Hot and Wildfire as soon as I finished with Book 1. I may be late to this party, but I am very happy that because I waited, I have more stories to binge on.
Things are settling down at Demon Club or are they? There might be more to Nava being the first femal Rasha and relationships are blowing up everywhere.
The entire series is currently on sale from Feb 20th to Feb 26th.
I love Patricia Brigg’s Alpha & Omega series even more than her Mercy Thompson series. I just love the dynamic of Charles and Anna. That’s why I was a bit disappointed in Burn Bright since I felt I didn’t get enough of Charles-and-Anna-time as a chunk of the story splits up their time together. I had to do an immediate re-read to that I could appreciate the rest of the story.
A Little Night Magic reminded me of the Molly Harper Jane Jameson/Nice Girls series and more than just because it has the same narrator. This was a light-hearted, fun paranormal story.
The second book in this series, while still short, manages to give us an interesting story and begins to build the characters.
Nightshades is too short to meet its potential. It attempts to be unique but is mostly the same old, same old vampires story. It could have been so much more if only more time was spent developing the characters and the plot.