Category: Carmel

Review: Ash by Shannon Mayer (@TheShannonMayer, @HiJinksInk)

Review: Ash by Shannon Mayer (@TheShannonMayer, @HiJinksInk)

ASH is a backstory / fill-in-the-blanks installment, so even though it’s book 6, timeline-wise the events take place in-between WINDBURN and ROOTBOUND, but you kinda need to read the latter first in order to understand this volume’s plot. I enjoyed what Shannon Mayer put down however, admittedly the ELEMENTAL series is starting to get a […]

— Posted September 1, 2016 by Carmel / 0 Comments
Review: The Sight by Chloe Neill

Review: The Sight by Chloe Neill

While Chloe Neill’s first DEVIL’S ISLE installment was high on action, THE SIGHT was more geared towards the political implications of two opposing sides learning to live together post war. The tension does come to a head around the halfway point which is when this book got really interesting, but the earlier chapters do make […]

— Posted August 18, 2016 by Carmel / 0 Comments
Audiobook Review: Pack by Jeaniene Frost (@Jeaniene_Frost, @taviagilbert, @BlackstoneAudio)

Audiobook Review: Pack by Jeaniene Frost (@Jeaniene_Frost, @taviagilbert, @BlackstoneAudio)

I’ve had a love affair with Jeaniene Frost’s vamps for years, and the titles in her NIGHT HUNTRESS WORLD Paranormal Romance series provide some stiff competition for her Urban Fantasy novels, so adding werewolves to her writing cocktail was the next logical step. PACK previously appeared in two anthologies, but the addition of 20% more […]

— Posted August 4, 2016 by Carmel / 6 Comments
Review: Liam by Shannon Mayer (@TheShannonMayer, @HiJinksInk)

Review: Liam by Shannon Mayer (@TheShannonMayer, @HiJinksInk)

LIAM has progressed from a human FBI agent, to a werewolf Guardian, and beyond, but like Rylee, he’s had minimal opportunity to adjust to these transformations because inner reflection is the last thing on anyone’s agenda when the fate of the world hangs in the balance. The RYLEE ADAMSON EPILOGUES are giving Shannon Mayer’s characters […]

— Posted July 21, 2016 by Carmel / 3 Comments
Review: The Transference Engine by Julia Verne St. John

Review: The Transference Engine by Julia Verne St. John

THE TRANSFERENCE ENGINE did a lot of things right with its Steampunk inspired machinery, and its eccentric heroine with a big heart. The necromancy aspect was a definite hook for me, and Julia Verne St. John’s writing style fit the alternate 1830s London time period. The area in which this book didn’t perform was unfortunately […]

— Posted July 7, 2016 by Carmel / 3 Comments
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