This is the second time in as many years that I’ve had to bid adieu to one of Jenn Bennett’s series, and I really hate goodbyes. GRAVE PHANTOMS had a different vibe to it than the two previous installments because the final Magnusson sibling is younger, female, and the romance had a friends turned lovers […]
Publisher: Berkley Sensation
Let me just start this review by saying that Jenn Bennett can do no wrong! Her Urban Fantasy series is among my top 5 in its genre, and now she’s also landed a spot on my Paranormal Romance list with ROARING TWENTIES. The first installment introduced readers to bootlegging and speakeasies; now it’s GRIM SHADOWS’ […]
Witch Fire sickens me. I was, as many probably are, intrigued by the cover. It exhibits strong diagonals, a hint of texture and glow in the curtains, and great play between the lights and darks. Within its covers, however, I should not have been so surprised to find such graphic, explicit romance. […]
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.