ARC Review: The Lost Prince (Iron Fey, Call of the Forgotten #1) by Julie Kagawa
Ethan Chase has spent practically his whole life hating the fey after he was kidnapped by them as a child. He does his best to ignore them entirely, but once he transfers to a new school after being kicked out of his last one, it becomes harder for him to do that. When Ethan is attacked by a strange race of fey, he must venture into the land of Faery in order to protect his family and the girl he's starting to fall for. Destiny has come for Ethan Chase, and this is one thing he won't be able to ignore...The Lost Prince is a GraveTells Must-Read!
August 14, 2012
Review: Shifter in Ascent (Louisiana Shifters #1) by Vivian Wood
When Tessa Anderson is kidnapped by a group of people who call themselves the Legion, she has no clue she’s about to be thrust into the world of Shifters. The Legion insists that werewolves exist, and they want Tessa to spy on a local pack for them. They’re willing to do anything, even threaten the people Tessa cares about, to ensure her cooperation. However, Tessa never expected the passion she finds with Shifter Jace Copeland, and as she spends more time with him, she’s left feeling torn over the decision she must make. How can she betray the man who’s come to mean so much to her? Shifter in Ascent is a GraveTells Recommended Read!
June 24, 2012
Review: The Vampire Shrink (Kismet Knight, Ph.D., Vampire Psychologist #1) by Lynda Hilburn
Dr. Kismet Knight, a psychologist based out of Denver, does not believe in vampires. That all changes after a fateful session with a vamp wannabe new client that claims to hang out with them and Kismet is opened to a side of Denver she thought impossible to exist. After a string of dead exsanguinated teens comes to light, Kismet finds herself not only in a love triangle with head of the local vamp coven, Deveraux, and FBI investigator Special Agent Alan, but the new fixation of a dark, demented vampire that is the embodiment of pure evil. The Vampire Shrink is a GraveTells Must-Read!
June 15, 2012
Review: Entangled (Spellbound #1) by Nikki Jefford
17 year old Graylee Perez and her twin sister, Charlene, are witches. After a spell goes horribly wrong, Gray dies and finds herself somehow sharing Charlene’s body. Gray will need the help of bad-boy Raj McKenna to find a solution to the problem. After all, how long can 2 souls share a body before one of them has to go? Entangled is worth a look!
"Thank you so much for the wonderful review, DVK! While I’m delighted you loved the book, I always enjoy your reviews, positive or negative, because you go into detail and give me a different perspective from when I was writing it. Plus, when you enjoy it to the point that you recall favorite scenes and quotes, it gives me the chance to recall my own favorite moments in the book (wink). Thank you again!" ~ author Joey W. Hill
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