The Vampire’s President has been on my TBR list for quite awhile so I am sad to say that it wasn’t worth the wait.
Category: Urban Fantasy
This is a Young Adult paranormal mystery, set 1880 London, with all the usual teenaged angst you would expect from young love, especially when one party is dead.
This series is adorable, paranormal fun. I love the banter between Stevie and Win, and Belfry always makes my chuckle.
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 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.
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.
My favorite boring vampire is back. I freakin’ LOVE Fred. I especially love Kirby Heyborne’s audiobook presentation, so much so that I waited an additional two months of the audiobook release before grabbing a copy of Blood Acquisitions.