[box style=”rounded” border=”full”]Kate Daniels is quickly becoming one of my favorite urban fantasy series. I am back to audiobooks on this series and I do enjoy the narration. [/box] Kate Daniels has resigned from the Order of Merciful Aid, and has used her years of experience as a Merc and from training and working at […]
This was a fun, light-hearted urban fantasy series. Betsy is a good person but a bit shallow. She is more concerned with her footwear than her special status of Queen of the Vampires. The ridiculousness of it all makes it a fun read.
[box style=”rounded” border=”full”]I was torn between giving this a 3 or a 4. There is nothing wrong with the story, but we finally were getting new trainees into the BDB and unfortunately, this story was more focused on the Romeo and Juliet romance of Paradise and Craeg. It was one of the few times that […]
Rock Redemption is a painfully beautiful, rip-your-heart-out romance. I saw several reviews discussing how this story will rip open your emotions and it is all true. You will feel all the pain and torment as Kit and Noah try and work through their love for each other and Noah’s dark past.
Fred and the gang are back for more adventures. I was so excited when this story was finally released back in July, but I had to hold out for the audiobook which was just released. Kirby Heyborne did such a great job bringing this series to life for me, I had to hold out to hear his presentation.
How can I hate a book that features four of my favorite authors? Sorry, I can’t. When I saw my first promo for this anthology, I knew it was a must have.
Updated: As I get more into this series, I have gone back to the audiobooks, but I found the world building on top of the obscure legends and myths introduced in these first few books to be too much to focus on for audiobooks. I would recommend reading the first two novels and then switching over.
Updated: You should read the first two books and you can pick up audiobook again after you become more familiar with the world building and the characters.
I was asked to be part of the blog tour for Book 2, Fighting Shadows, and the story intrigued me so I agreed. When I looked into the series, I just had to start with Book 1, Fighting Silence. I was overwhelmed by the story of love and family, and their struggle to keep this family together.
I always love a Nalini Singh story but the last three in this series have topped the charts. She has brought major changes to the series and in this story she shows us that not everyone is hoping that the psynet finds stability.