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.
Publisher: Tantor Audio
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.
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 […]
I am sorry that I didn’t start this series from the beginning. I loved Mary Elizabeth and the finale of this series would have been sweeter if I had been here from the beginning.
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 started out as an exciting story but went too long and my interest start to wane after awhile 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 […]