Review: The Vampire Hunter’s Daughter (The Complete Collection) by Jennifer Malone Wright
Whenever Chloe had asked about her father, her mother told her he had died a long time ago. What Chloe's mother wasn't telling her was that her father is among the undead--he is a vampire. Now Chloe's mother is gone and Chloe is in for a fight for her life, but first needs to see if she has what it takes. She's joined by a group of hunters, including a relative she's never had the chance to meet. The Vampire Hunter's Daughter has action, twists, a little bit of romantic tension, and it's definitely recommended!
September 24, 2012
Review: Vampire Betrayed (Vampires Destined #3) by Rachel Carrington
When Ariana met Joaquin, she counted herself as one of the luckiest women in the world. He’s sweet, charming, romantic…everything a girl could want in a boyfriend. There’s just one little secret she doesn’t know about him; he’s a vampire, and when Ariana starts receiving mysterious emails claiming “Joaquin is not who you think he is,” the truth finally comes out. Devastated and betrayed, Ariana is taken in by Charon, a powerful vampire whose mission is to turn Ariana against Joaquin. But when the time comes, will she be able to kill the man she gave her heart to all those months ago? Vampire Betrayed is worth a look!
September 21, 2012
ARC Review: Alice in Zombieland (The White Rabbit Chronicles #1) by Gena Showalter
Normal. That's all Ali wants to be. But noooo, her father sees monsters no one else can, won't let her out past dark, forces her to train in hand-to-hand combat, and spends most of his time either fortifying their house against a supposedly-impending attack or drinking himself into a stupor. In one tragic night, however, Alice learns just how wrong she was to doubt and ridicule him, when she loses everything and begins to see the very creatures responsible. Ali knows she has a choice: hide, pretend it never happened, and try to go on with her shattered life, or go out and wreak vengeance on the creatures who took her family from her. Alice in Zombieland is original and compelling, [...]
April 15, 2012
Review: Pleasure Unbound (Demonica #1) by Larissa Ione
Undergoing the transition to full incubus maturity, Eidolon is on the brink of losing his prized self control and the hospital he loves. When a fiery demon-slayer named Tayla is brought in the E.R., Eidolon's barely held control goes out the window. In an action-packed and passion fueled investigation, Eidolon and Tayla work together to find the source of the increasing number of mutilated demon bodies coming through his hospital. Their trials of uncontrollable attraction, self discovery, and mortal danger leads them to love strong enough to overcome their mutual hatred. Pleasure Unbound is worth a look!
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