Category: Carmel

Review: Darkness Splintered by Keri Arthur

Review: Darkness Splintered by Keri Arthur

As a long time Keri Arthur fan it kills me to say this but the further I get in this series, the less I find myself enjoying it. Thank goodness there’s only one book left because I’ve been seriously contemplating calling it quits. The original Dark Angels storyline of “find the keys, save the world” […]

— Posted December 6, 2013 by Carmel / 2 Comments
Review: Kissed by a Dark Prince by Felicity Heaton

Review: Kissed by a Dark Prince by Felicity Heaton

I don’t think that I’ve ever managed to catch one of Felicity Heaton’s series from the beginning; usually, by the time I discover them she’s already at least a few books in. So, when I crossed paths with Kissed by a Dark Prince I couldn’t resist bumping it up to the top of my reading […]

— Posted November 29, 2013 by Carmel / 5 Comments
Audio Review: Hounded by Kevin Hearne

Audio Review: Hounded by Kevin Hearne

Two books is usually my average for becoming hooked on a series so the fact that Kevin Hearne did it in one is definitely impressive. I absolutely loved everything about Hounded; from the male POV, to the phenomenal narrator, to Oberon, the wise cracking Irish wolfhound. The story is a nice blend of old Celtic […]

— Posted November 25, 2013 by Carmel / 14 Comments
Audiobook Review: Collected by Shawntelle Madison

Audiobook Review: Collected by Shawntelle Madison

I wasn’t a huge fan of Coveted, the first installment in this series, because I didn’t particularly enjoy Madison’s OCD heroine. So imagine my surprise when the very things that annoyed me about book 1 actually endeared me to Natalya’s character in Collected. This audiobook is a prime example of how some stories are just […]

— Posted November 22, 2013 by Carmel / 10 Comments
Review: Hunter’s Moon by Lisa Kessler

Review: Hunter’s Moon by Lisa Kessler

I enjoyed Hunter’s Moon quite a bit more than book 1; it helped that I already had a feel for Kessler’s wolves and the history between the main couple definitely helped make this installment’s insta-love romance more believable. The Nero plot line continues to add intrigue and an element of danger to this series’ story […]

— Posted November 18, 2013 by Carmel / 5 Comments
Review: Moonlight by Lisa Kessler

Review: Moonlight by Lisa Kessler

The first book in Lisa Kessler’s Moon series is quick to please with its elaborate werewolf lore, dual points of view and flash fire romance but it also isn’t without its faults. There are a few holes in the mythology that were difficult to miss and the insta-love between the main characters was a little […]

— Posted November 15, 2013 by Carmel / 4 Comments