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 leave, and let’s face it, none of them did or would volunteer for […]
Genres Archives: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy
In a story about a wizard, it is Thea Harrison’s writing that is the real magic. It took me a day to read to read Spellbinder, and several more days to finally put it down.
I think this series is adorable. Maybe it is just how the narrator plays with it. This was a much shorter story than the other and while it had fun aspects, there wasn’t much to it and yet it had a more convoluted plot.
Stevie is faced with two Spy Guys in this story; one in her living room and one still whispering in her ear but which one is the real Crispin Alistair Winterbottom is the only important question.
This book suffered with the same problem I had with John Grisham’s novels, when the antagonist is always one step behind the hero it gets to be too much. I know that the purpose is too keep the excitement and tension high but personally I start to roll my eyes and say “come on already.” […]
I am hopeful that the author will be restarting the series and this story puts the series back on track.
I am in love. Forget about leopards and wolves. I want a sweet, kind, lovable bear to snuggle!
This is a creative new concept for an Urban Fantasy series.
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.