Featured Early Book Review: Shield of Winter (Psy-Changeling #13) by Nalini Singh
Like Heart of Obsidian before it, Shield of Winter is a pivotal chapter in the ongoing Psy-Changeling saga, and Ms. Singh delivers, big-time. This book will have you on the edge of your seat, biting your nails and cheering on Ivy, Vasic, and Sascha and the til-now mysterious squad of assassins known as the Arrows. We get to see a lot of old friends and get to know some new ones, and you will absolutely not be disappointed!
October 26, 2013
Early Featured Book Review: The Iron Traitor (Call of the Forgotten #2) by Julie Kagawa
The Iron Traitor is an amazing installment in the Call of the Forgotten series. Julie once again manages to draw you into this fascinating world where danger waits at every turn and the characters have depth and vibrant personalities. A perfect blend of action and romance, The Iron Traitor is a major game-changer that will leave readers desperate to get their hands on the next book.
August 2, 2013
Micro-Review: Hers To Command (Verdantia #1) by Patricia A. Knight
The prologue is a bit of an information dump, giving the reader a condensed version of the planet's history and the reason for the Tetriatch. It's a little difficult to follow all the unfamiliar lingo and references but is valuable information. That said, I agree it was the most efficient way to jump right into the heart of the story.
The voice of the characters, and the way they hold themselves, is both regal and a little old fashioned. Think modern day British monarchy with magic and a while lot more sexiness. The connection between each of the characters in the Tetriatch is intense and believable. I particularly enjoyed Doral's story and the lengths Ari and Fleur were willing to [...]
May 20, 2013
Book Tour & Giveaway: Are We Scared Yet? Sentinels of New Orleans characters share their biggest fears
Please help me welcome author Suzanne Johnson!
Think you know everything about the characters in your favorite books? I guarantee you, the sneaky authors of those books are keeping secrets. Sometimes it might be some kind of background detail that wasn’t important enough to include in the books. Sometimes, the right moment to reveal it hasn’t presented itself yet.
I’m no exception, and all of the characters in my Sentinels of New Orleans series are holding onto a few secrets (well, besides all those secrets they’re keeping from the humans who live around them in South Louisiana, who don’t know things like mermen and wizards and undead pirates exist). And each one of them has his or [...]
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