Iron Kissed by Patricia Briggs

January 6th, 2012 Kimberly Review 0 Comments

6th Jan
Iron Kissed by Patricia Briggs

Iron Kissed is the third book in the Mercy Thompson series. Mercy is asked to assist in figuring out who is murdering Fae on the reservation. Zee, Mercy’s friend and mentor is later arrested for the murders. Mercy steps in to clear his name and the Fae make it very clear they do not want her help. This novel is my favorite in the series thus far. Briggs blends folklore and fiction to enhance this tale and the effect is delightful. Mercy’s character growth is awesome as she is tested by some of her biggest adversaries. In this novel, Mercy make a much anticipated decision regarding the men in her life.

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The Shade and the Nine Lower Levels by Tannis Skye

December 4th, 2011 Kimberly Review 0 Comments

4th Dec
The Shade and the Nine Lower Levels by Tannis Skye

The Shade and the Nine Lower Levels is a dark urban fantasy with supernatural elements. It started off slow for me and left me with unanswered questions. The story line is unique and I look forward to reading more in this series. This novel has vampires, demons, angels, hellions and a new creature called a Shade.

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A Vampire for Christmas by Laurie London, Michele Hauf, Caridad Piñeiro and Alexis Morgan

November 23rd, 2011 Kimberly Review 0 Comments

23rd Nov
A Vampire for Christmas by Laurie London, Michele Hauf, Caridad Piñeiro and Alexis Morgan

Doesn’t every girl want a Vampire under her Christmas tree? A Vampire for Christmas is an anthology containing very sexy, troubled vampires who meet woman during the holiday season. These paranormal romances were absolutely delightful and the perfect tales to get you in the holiday mood. I was thrilled that I enjoyed all four stories. I would have loved for two of them to be full length, but each was written well, and left me satisfied.

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Johnny Doesn’t Drink Champagne by Cody Young

November 20th, 2011 Kimberly Review 0 Comments

20th Nov
Johnny Doesn’t Drink Champagne by Cody Young

Johnny Doesn’t Drink Champagne is a YA time traveling novel complete with vampires. Author Cody Young delivers a delightful tale set in London’s present day and the year 1483. This was an enchanting, suspenseful, romantic tale that had me turning the pages to race to its conclusion. I liked the combination of historical information and fiction. I became completely immersed in the time period.

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Cross by T.S. Worley

September 7th, 2011 Kimberly Review 0 Comments

7th Sep
Cross by T.S. Worley

Cross is T.S. Worley’s debut novel in the paranormal and urban fantasy realm, delivers.  It is a fresh, outrageous look at vampires and werewolves.  Cross is the starting point of what is sure to be an exciting new series.

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