Featured Early Book Review: Archangel’s Shadows (Guild Hunter #7) by Nalini Singh
Archangel's Shadows is set as a filler story on the overarching archangel political plotline of the series but easily stands out as a must-read story in its own right. Fans of the Guild Hunter series will absolutely want to snatch this one up on release day, worthy of putting aside anything else you have in your TBR pile. Readers new to the series looking for a place to start should pick up Angel's Blood to experience the whole exceptional saga from the very start. One of the most immersive and consistently creative works in urban fantasy, the Guild Hunter series is simply above and beyond anything else in its genre.
August 24, 2014
Early Book Look, Reviewer’s Take: DaVinciKittie on Nalini Singh’s Rock Addiction
This story may have been written on a whim, a tale that begged to be told amidst Ms. Singh's myriad other deadlines and obligations, but it is perfectly positioned to spin off an entire series around not just the band, but the central couple of Rock Addiction through friends on both sides. Fans of Olivia Starke's two rock band romance universes will most definitely love Rock Addiction, particularly with the concurrent storylines I foresee in this series' future. Some very promising groundwork had already been laid for those other stories and I'm excited to see what's next! Luckily for fans, we don't have to wait too long for the next story in the series, already slated to release in [...]
August 24, 2014
Early Book Look, Reviewer’s Take: Rachel Elizabeth on Nalini Singh’s Rock Addiction
Nalini Singh adds her own book to the rock star genre and it's a winner! Fox is delicious and dominant and Molly is sweet and strong. They complement each other so well. Full of hot sex, compelling characters, and rock 'n roll, Rock Addiction is the start of what is bound to be a fabulous series by Ms. Singh.
August 23, 2014
Featured Early Book Review: Night’s Honor (Elder Races #7) by Thea Harrison
Author Thea Harrison is a master of cleverly weaving words to give just the right amount of history without it becoming overwhelming and delivering the message in ways that make complete sense, adding to the story rather than a filling in as some cheap diatribe meant to simply spew information. This is my first time reading a Thea Harrison book and I am an instant fan. Her style of storytelling is complete, weaving in little details that don't make an impact to the overall story yet greatly enhance the personalities and motivations of the characters. Each section of text, no matter if it is a dialogue or memories resurfaced or a seemingly unimportant aside, feels organic and like an [...]
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