And we are back in Paris with Graves of Retribution by Lina Gardiner, the third and final book in the City of Bones spin-off series involving Jess Vandermire, Captain of New York City’s Vampire Hunting team.
A road trip with hottie Connor Keene to a private clan event in the woods of Minnesota soon has Elisa Sullivan facing down danger. Grab your helmet for one heck of a ride with Wicked Hour.
Paranormal meets Cozy Mystery in The Undead Detective Bites by Jennifer Hilt as we head to Nowhere to investigate an unusual street drug and its effects on the paranormal community. Bodies are piling up, people are missing and the sheriff smells divine. I had fun with this tale.
LOVER UNBOUND by J.R Ward is the fifth novel in the wildly popular Black Dagger Brotherhood paranormal romance series. I have been curious about “V’s” story since the beginning and Ward exposed all of his darkest thoughts and pain leaving me desperate for a happily ever after.
OK, confession time. I am slightly addicted to Immortals After Dark series on audio. Kresley Cole has me all wrapped up in this world and its characters. The audios narrated by Robert Petkoff are brilliant. He has become my favorite narrator. His male and female voices, accents, tone and pacing are superb. Dark Needs at Night’s Edge brought us a gruff hero and a spunky, ghostly heroine.
Silence Fallen by Patricia Briggs is the tenth novel in the wildly popular Mercy Thompson urban fantasy series. Trouble has a way of finding Mercy and this time she ends up alone and in Europe. From the non-linear timeline to the Doctor Who comments I loved Silence Fallen.
Blood Red Kiss by Kresley Cole, Larissa Ione, and Gena Showalter is an anthology containing three tales by these New York Times best sellers. The Warlord Wants Forever the first in Cole’s Immortal After Dark series, Forsaken by Night a MoonBound Clan novella from Ione and Dark Swan a novella from the Otherworld Assassins series by Showalter. I had previously read books from Ione and Showalter, but and you should sit down for this, I had never read anything by Cole.