Paranormal

Why Do Vampires Make Great Heroes?

Why Do Vampires Make Great Heroes?by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Cynthia Garner, author of Vampire’s Hunger Prior to Bram Stoker’s Dracula, vampires were dead things that crawled out of their graves each night to feed on the living, usually their family members and friends. They were the evil (and icky) undead. Nothing remotely romantic about ’em. Then Mr. Stoker came along with […]

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Review: Happily Ever After by Elizabeth Maxwell

Review: Happily Ever After by Elizabeth Maxwellby Karin

Reviewed by Karin It’s been a long time since I’ve enjoyed a book so much. It is laugh out loud funny. I really did laugh out loud. This is Maxwell’s first book, but I would definitely read another one, especially if it has the same voice as this one. The premise of this book sounds […]

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Review: Dark Cravings (Dark Series, Book 1) by Madeline Pryce

Review: Dark Cravings (Dark Series, Book 1) by Madeline Pryceby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story is told in the first person. Micah McGregor and Ella Grey are Shadow Hunters and they have issues about working together. At our first introduction, they seem more like bickering teenagers than badass vampire hunters. And isn’t that what we love, when our couple don’t seem to like each […]

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Review: Forsaken (World of Nightwalkers, Book 3) by Jacquelyn Frank

Review: Forsaken (World of Nightwalkers, Book 3) by Jacquelyn Frankby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds In case you are wondering, this book has a Glossary of Terms. Leo Alvarez has a first scene that’s quite violent but don’t let that stop you from reading this book. You just may not want to be eating anything at the time. Marissa Anderson is still trying to get used […]

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Review: Forever (World of Nightwalkers, Book 2) by Jacquelyn Frank

Review: Forever (World of Nightwalkers, Book 2) by Jacquelyn Frankby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds The prologue is set in the distant past but sets you up for the rest of the book (if not the series). Dr. Marissa Anderson works for the police. If you read Forbidden, you will remember her. If you didn’t read that book, I would suggest you go back and read […]

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Review: Forbidden (World of Nightwalkers, Book 1) by Jacquelyn Frank

Review: Forbidden (World of Nightwalkers, Book 1) by Jacquelyn Frankby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Docia Waverly has what appears to be a loving, and joking, relationship with her brother Jackson. Hers was an interesting introduction to the reader – Jacquelyn certainly grabbed my attention. In that intro, she has an otherworldly experience. In this New Year, our author has me wondering what would we do […]

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Review: Lord of the Hunt (Court of Annwyn, Book 2) by Shona Husk

Review: Lord of the Hunt (Court of Annwyn, Book 2) by Shona Huskby Sharon S.

Reviewed by Sharon S. She Wasn’t Cut Out for His World… The realm of the fairies might be unbelievably beautiful, but its people are notoriously treacherous. Raised among mortals, Taryn hoped to avoid her fairy heritage her whole life. But now she must cross over to Annwyn and appeal to the King to pardon her […]

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Review: To Love and Serve (Vampire Reborn, Book 2) by Caridad Pineiro

Review: To Love and Serve (Vampire Reborn, Book 2) by Caridad Pineiroby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds The paranormal action starts right from the first paragraph. In my opinion, this is one of those series that you will want to read in order. You could try reading this one first but a lot of things make more sense if you read For Love or Vengeance first. Although Caridad […]

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