The Deacons of the Order are all that stand between the wicked spirits of the Otherside and the innocent citizens of the Empire. They are sworn to protect humanity, even when they cannot protect themselves…
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 […]
Touch of the Demon confronts the demon question in a predictable but nonetheless fully-fleshed manner: “Of course, demons do not have any ingrained evil. Of course, they are cultural aesthetes that given the say in the matter can perform reprehensible deeds but there are some good apples and for just this reason one cannot […]
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.
Heck no! LOL I used to be before I started blogging but now if it doesn’t have werewolves in it or at the very least something supernatural, then I won’t read it. Luckily for me, paranormal has a lot of sub-genres like Ubrban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, Young Adult and Steampunk, so I still get a […]
A star-studded urban fantasy anthology featuring bestselling authors Rachel Caine, Rob Thurman, Seanan McGuire, Jennifer Estep, and Kevin Hearne, whose stories explore the creepy, mysterious, and, yes, sometimes magical world of traveling carnivals.
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.