Review: Vaempires: Revolution (The Evolutionary War) by Thomas Winship
Daniel finds himself alone, in the midst of a full scale attack on the capital city with only his training and wits to get him to safety. Being the hero type, he also picks up innocents to protect and guide to safety along the way. His love, Cassie, is in peril, all the adults and peeps in charge are out of the picture, and communications are spotty. This is civil war in a futuristic society run by vampires and humans together who are under attack by vaempires, a newly evolving species who are bloodthirsty, cruel, and have an agenda that will take more than one book to resolve. Are you ready for the revolution? Cause this series is like chips - you won't be able to stop with just one! [...]
June 6, 2012
ARC Review: Diary of a Vampire Stripper by Cinsearae S.
Audra needs money for college and she finds herself taking a job as a stripper to help makeends meet at the Hoochie Coochie Club. Of all the freaks and geeks in the place she manages to attract the attention of Darren, a real dickhead of a vampire, a creepy cop's kid names Josh, and farting puppy dog of man named Paul. Who's she going to ed up with? Are any of the choices good? And most importantly, will she be able to breathe with all that gas? GraveTells thinks Diary of a Vampire Stripper is Worth A Look!
June 4, 2012
Review: Masquerade (Vampires Realm Romance Series #10) by F. E. Heaton
Sophis and Vivek have been dancing the thin line between love and hate, passion and murder, since an incident with vampire hunters ten years before nearly took their lives. Now, they've been thrust together for the Creator Day masquerade, a night when all vampires can let their hair down, their fangs out, and boogie-woogie with anyone they choose. And that boogie-woogie madness includes the dance that takes place without pants. Things get hot, then dangerous, as conspiracies fly fast and thick as discarded underpants. Will Sophis and Vivek survive the attacks, the politics, and the heat of their desire for each other? Masquerade is a GraveTells Must Read!
May 8, 2012
Review: Crushed Seraphim (Seraphim #1) by Debra Anastasia
An angel with a heart of gold and a dirty, smack-talking mouth, Emma got tossed out of Heaven on her ass by a creepazoid looking to overthrow God. She's got a limited time to try and change the heart and fate of Jason the half-breed, free God from a tight spot, and kick the overthrowing angel in his holy nuts. Oh, yeah, and there's the little problem of the devil being totally sexy, not as evil as she thought, and really well endowed. GraveTells thinks Crushed Seraphim is Worth A Look!
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