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; […]
Category: Paranormal Romance
Darkness & Light starts off with Jem married to this a$$hole named Peter. Her husband didn’t begin this story as a complete jerk but the speed at which he progressed from “there’s something off about this guy” to full-out “run for your life!” was staggering. I found it weird that it took 8 years for Peter’s crazy to surface in their marriage. Mind you, Jem seemed a little out there as well but in a wolf-like kind of way so I was ok with that.
Shadow Walker is a bit of a let down. The opening action consists of Janet falling into a sinkhole so this decline in overall bookish quality seems to fall in line with the landscape. Books one and two are admired for their world opposed to Janet construction.
Welcome to the final stop on A.L. Kessler’s IN THE LIGHT OF THE MOON blog tour!
A Taste of Ice is everything you could hope for in paranormal lit that doesn’t include werewolves. The romance, a little illogical, is intimate and charged. Xavier, a man of damaged goods, and Cat, a woman of water paintings, have a couple ghosts in the room…
Gentlemen Prefer Succubi emits a continual post-coital glow. From its opening scene in a Dumpster to its Hollywoodesque climax with a detour somewhere in between into the porn production scene, the ribaldry is in full effect. The world design, although basic succubi; fallen angel; and fanged (vampire) fare, stays interesting because of the light […]
Where Demons Fear to Tread will please anyone who with a short sampling intelligence, like me, hears a pseudo Italian/Jamaican accent say the word ‘angel’ when he reads ‘angel’ and a frustrated white-collar psychopath say ‘demon’ when he reads ‘demon’. It is too much fun seeing how pure the ‘angel’ must be as versus […]