When Kelley Armstrong’s best-selling Women of the Otherworld series came to an end last summer I couldn’t hold back my tears. Clay and Elena will forever hold a special place in my heart but…
First impressions are often times deceiving and that couldn’t be truer than with Sara Humphreys latest book. At first glance, Tall, Dark and Vampire appears to be just another “vamp story” but beneath its pretty cover lives a well developed story peppered with rich lore and a timeless romance. For me it was Humphreys mythology […]
Skies of Gold is the 5th installment in Zoe Archer’s The Ether Chronicles but, oddly enough, it was my first sojourn into this mesmerizing Steampunk universe. I’m sure that I would have enjoyed this book slightly more had I read all of the novels that came before it prior to tackling this one. However, it […]
Storm Warrior is a cute, light, paranormal romance with memorable characters and a delightful story that’s easy to like. The plot’s fairly straightforward which made the more complex Faerie lore easier to grasp and I loved that this book features a Grim! As omens of death their role in the paranormal world is somewhat limited; […]
In Midnight Frost we see Gwen really starting to come into her own; all of her hard work and training is finally paying off. She can now slay Reapers with the best of ’em and she’s also quickly becoming the Pantheon’s greatest defense in the looming Chaos War. The learning curve has been steep and […]
Hi, everyone, and welcome to the BITING BAD Blog Tour! From July 29, 2013 to August 9, 2013 (click here for full schedule), I’m visiting blogs to give Merit an opportunity to rate the men of the Chicagoland Vampires series–are they “Book Boyfriend” material? Let’s see what she has to say. [box]Ethan Sullivan, Master Hair/eye […]
It’s rare enough when I get to experience a story from a male character’s POV but it’s an even more unusual occurrence in Young Adult so when Spartan Frost and I crossed paths there was only one possible outcome. This novella needed to be read. After inhaling the first chapter, I was happy that I’d just finished Crimson Frost because the beginning of this short could have been a scene in the previous installment’s final battle.