Review: Daylighters by Rachel Caine Series

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Series: Morganville #15
Publisher: NAL
Release Date: November 5, 2013
Reviewed by: Amber I.

This is the 15th book in the Morganville series and its the last. Its a bitter sweet moment for me. I love this series. Its one of my most favorite YA series ever and I must say that each book in this series has been great. A greedy part of me wants more, but then again I am glad its ending on a high note and not one of those series that I just get bored or sick of. A 15 book series and each book got either a 4 or 5 star from me, that is saying something.

The gang is all back for one last adventure. Of course it isn't easy and things don't always go according to plan. But when one of their own is in trouble the Glass House gang will stop at nothing to get them back. Claire has really developed into a bad ass, she gets in trouble more then Shane does now. Even Eve is kicking grown mens ass and taking names. These girls can keep up with the guys and do a lot of the grunt work themselves. We got to see a lot of Oliver, Myrnin, Amelie and many more. I felt like we got a good closure with everyone.

Daylighters was a perfect end to this series. It was action packed and gave us some nice sweet moments. You can see the love they all share for one another. Shane, Claire, Michael and Eve make an amazing team. They have stuck with each other through so much. And it only made sense that did the thing they did in the end of the book together too. I am so happy that I picked up these books. And I am going to miss them but I look forward to re-reading them again one day.

Review: A Study in Ashes by Emma Jane Holloway

Monday, October 28, 2013
Series: The Baskerville Affair #3
Publisher: Del Ray
Release Date: December 31, 2013
Reviewed by: Amber R.

This book was a bit more serious than the first two but it really needed to be. What with war coming and all. The Baskerville rebels are leading into taking down the Steam Council. The Steam Council's high handed behavior has been loathed by the aristocrats, the poor, the working class, and the entirety of the Empire for too long. With the Schoolmaster leading the way, the rebels are raging against the council once and for all. And everyone has their own hand in it.

When A Study in Darkness ended, Evelina was in the Gold King's clutches. She had tried to save the love of her life's ship and his life in turn but believes that she has failed and he is dead. Imogen is lost in the spirit fighting a lifelong battle against her evil twin, Anna. Tobias is working for the Gold King and has an uneasy treaty with his wife and the Gold King's daughter, Alice. Lord Bancroft, Poppy, Bucky, Holmes, and the whole crew are around as well.

In this book we get a slice of the story from everyone's perspective and we get to see it all finally come together at the end. Although we're getting information throughout the entire book and the timelines all add up, it is a little hard to see where it's all leading. The mysterious underground Black Kingdom is finally revealed. And honestly, I was a bit thrown off by it. When you find out who the Black King truly is, you're going to be like "Wait, what?!?" It's all a bit confusing, that portion of the book. And I had to read it a couple times to make sure I understood. In the end, I'm still not certain it was still a necessary part of the story other than for one particular thing that leaves us with a cliffhanger at the end of the book. Which I thought this was supposed to be a trilogy but we are left with the ideal that there could definitely be more coming, specifically from one branch.

I like the ending of the book though. I feel like Evelina really comes into herself and she finally gets a good mash up of who she is. She's struggled with that throughout the series. She really comes into her own and finally accepts her power for what it is. Most of our main characters get their happily ever after which I was glad for because who doesn't like a good ending? Fools that's who. I don't know about the one part though, it was pretty weird and felt clumsy to me. So I decided on 4 stars because of that otherwise we would have been at a 5. Otherwise though it's good series and you should definitely check it out.

The Daylighters Blog Tour: Rachel Caine says goodbye to Morganville

Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow: The Daylighters Blog Tour
Rachel Caine says goodbye to Morganville

Master storyteller Rachel Caine has her hands full with her bestselling Morganville Vampires novels coming to an end, and a brand new book (a retelling of Romeo and Juliet titled Prince of Shadows) on the way. But with speculation about Daylighters (Nov. 5, 2013), the series finale, at an all time high, she just couldn’t resist dropping some hints. She’ll be stopping by to answer your questions in the comments below, but she can neither confirm nor deny what’s true and what’s not!

Rumor #1: All the vampires are destroyed.

From Daylighters:

Oddest of all were the people. So many Morganville natives out and about, walking, chatting, taking their kids out to the small municipal park. Shopping. It looked so damn normal that it gave Claire the creeps, because their body language was completely different now … not the Morganville she’d gotten so used to seeing, that much was certain. Where before, people had walked with a kind of guarded, reflexive awareness of what was around them, these folks were almost giddy about not looking paranoid. Oblivious. Safe.

It was an improvement, she knew that; people felt happy and safe, their smiles just radiated it. But then why do I feel so bad? Claire was afraid that maybe she just didn’t want change … even change for the better. But that wasn’t it; she’d rolled with a lot of changes in Morganville thus far.
This was something deeper, and more disturbing.

They just want the vampires gone. They don’t care how it happens.

PRINCE OF SHADOWS is out February 4th!
Be sure to watch out for the official book trailer and read an excerpt!

Daylighters Blog Tour Schedule:
Oct. 31: Page Turners
Nov. 5: The Story Siren

 Rachel Caine is the New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty novels, including the Weather Warden series, the Outcast Season series, the Revivalist series, and the Morganville Vampires series. She was born at White Sands Missile Range, which people who know her say explains a lot. She has been an accountant, a professional musician, and an insurance investigator, and, until recently, carried on a secret identity in the corporate world. She and her husband, fantasy artist R. Cat Conrad, live in Texas, which so far as she knows does not actually contain any vampires.

Review: A Study in Darkness by Emma Jane Holloway

Monday, October 21, 2013
Series: The Baskerville Affair #2
Publisher: Del Ray
Release Date: October 29, 2013
Reviewed by: Amber R.

Not to be completely cheesy but this book really did become a study in darkness. Evelina is no longer in the good graces of the Roth family. Since she had her unfortunate fling with older brother Tobias and run ins with their father. She's staying in London with her Uncle Sherlock. However, best friend Imogen begs her to come visit in the country and Evelina can't help but go. One small decision can change your life forever and this one is a doozy.

Evelina ends up under Keating's thumb. Which is what he's wanted for a while. He knows that there is something different about her and she has skills that he can profit from. But he's not sure what, luckily for him she makes a mistake that puts her right where he wants it. He blackmails her to move into a different steam barons territory so that he can find out who is making his machinery. Evelina goes deep undercover for this one and meets an old foe that she thought was gone forever and she meets an old friend who has always wanted to be more. And while Evelina is on her mission, she is tempted beyond belief.

While Evelina is our main character in this series, we get a good portion of story from other sources. Because everything is so intertwined we get to see how everything connects to the other players in this game. The intrigue in this book is out of bounds. Everyone is against everyone really. There are a few different villains who are working against Evelina. But those bad guys are also working against each other. And our guys are multifaceted, ambitious, and down right ruthless.

The automatons are big part of this book and things are stupid creepy as well. And the world is so interesting. Although the story is based in London, it's not the Victorian London we know from our history books. We get a good deal of Steampunk in the book as well with the different machines and the magic. And so far we still don't know what Baskerville is or who it is. We know it has to do with the rebellion against the steam barons but that's basically it. The book leaves us at such a cliffhanger and everything is so uncertain that I can't wait to delve into the final book in this series. I'm loving this series and I can't wait to see how everyone else feels about it.

Review: Blood on the Bayou by Stacey Jay

Friday, October 18, 2013
Series: Annabelle Lee #2
Publisher: Pocket Books
Release Date: March 2012
Reviewed by: Amber R.

Blood on the Bayou is the second book in the Annabelle Lee series by Stacey Jay. And word on the street is that there aren't going to be any additional books in the series. The only question I have is, WHY? Why won't there be more? This book was so great. I loved it more than I loved the first one and I loved the first one a lot.
Annabelle is a woman who works for the government in fairy containment. Basically she's a glorified specimen collector because she is immune to fairy venom. Because in this world, fairies aren't friendly awesome beings. They are tiny, poisonous, human attacking creatures. About 20 years ago there was a major attack that changed the way that humans deal with everything. Some humans are immune to fairy venom and Annabelle is one of those people.

Right now she's on suspension from her job after the last fiasco. However, her ex is in town and he's looking for help on a project he's working on. Not only that but she's dealing with other players in the game and no one is laying out all their cards. She finds out that the guy she's in love with is possibly one of the bad guys. Plus Annabelle is being pulled in other directions that she can't get away from.

Reading through this book really had me connecting with Annabelle again. It's been a long time since I read the first book but I had no trouble getting right back into the mix of things. I was just able to delve right back in and I couldn't put the book down until I was finished. The main thing I kept thinking while reading was how messed up all these characters are and even though they're dealing with all of these crazy things, they're so real. You can definitely connect with these books.

And I don't know how Annabelle has 3 hot guys after her but she must have some mad game. haha. I was rooting for her the whole way though and at the end of the book, although we were left on cliffhanger, it seems like she's actually happy. And she so deserves it. Even though there aren't any additional books to this series, you will not regret checking out these two books. They're amazing and such a great story.

Review: Origin by Jennifer L Armentrout

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Series: Lux #4
Publisher: Entangled
Release Date: August 2013
Reviewed by: Amber I.

Why did I wait so long to read this book. Once I opened the book the story started with a bang and it kept going until the very end. I am so glad that we got inside of Daemons head this time around. I think it added a lot to the story and just made it that much more awesome. I liked seeing Katy get aggressive and start saving herself this time around. Of coarse Daemon comes to her rescue but she really did put up a good fight all on her own. And even though she has to do some pretty out of control things she gets over them quickly and we aren't dragged down by her obsessing over them.

If you have read this series up until now be prepared to be wowed! There is so much that happens in this book. People die and Daemon and his friends say a big screw you to the government and things get crazy. Yes the romance is there and its there is a VERY big big way.I mean it, the romance was pretty hot for a YA book. It was nice seeing how Daemons sees Kat. And it was a nice break to see these two connect in all the mess they where in.

We got to see more of Dawson and Bethany and learn a little secret there. We also see how screwed up this organization is that has kidnapped Kat. There is so much to this book that you'll just have to read it to see it. Of coarse we are left on a cliffhanger but it was expected and wasn't too bad. I can't wait for the next book and to see where they are going to go from here.

Review: First Bite by Dani Harper

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Series: Dark Wolf #1
Publisher: Montlake Romance
Release Date: October 2013
Reviewed by: Amber R.

Neva is a werewolf who was changed without her permission. She doesn't want anything to do with being a werewolf and she's determined to do anything she can to stop it from happening. Including committing suicide. Neva is on a mission and no one is stopping her from what she's trying to do. That is until Travis Williamson watches her jump off a cliff.

To say that their relationship gets off to a rocky start is an understatement. Because even though Neva jumps off the cliff, her werewolf side is determined to live. While she lands with a few broken bones, she's still breathing. Not too mention Travis, a werewolf himself, is not leaving her side. He takes her to a hospital and tries to convince her that being a werewolf, a changeling, isn't so bad. However, her sire has taught her that being a werewolf is something that is awful. Neva is convinced that being a werewolf means being controlled by your sire and killing whoever they want killed. Travis has his work cut out for him.

Neva and Travis are on the run from Neva's sire who is actually her sister. Neva's sister is literally psychotic, sociopathic, and homicidal. She practices crazy, dark magic and is convinced that she's invincible among other things. When Travis gets tricked by her, it's up to Neva to save his life and finally stand up to her sister after a lifetime of abuse.

I really enjoyed this book. I like that Neva's sister is a true villain. In a lot of books the bad guy is just some misguided, good guy under disguise. But this time, she is the big bad nasty. Seriously, she's pretty gross. I also like Travis' and Neva's relationship. Neva didn't fall directly in with Travis just because he's a strong, sexy dude. She definitely gives him a run for his money. Things aren't always easy but they work together and get things done.

If you need another book to add to your TBR, pick this up. It's a great book with a fast moving story that you will surely enjoy. 

Review: Touch the Dark by Karen Chance

Monday, October 14, 2013
Series: Cassandra Palmer #1
Publisher: Roc
Release Date: June 2006
Reviewed by: Amber R.

This book was not a hit for me. I didn't really HATE it but I didn't like(notatall) it either. And honestly thinking back on it, I'm not 100% sure what happened.

Cassie is a clairvoyant who was raised among vampires. Immediately she's on the run because the leader of the vamps who raised her, wants to kill her. I'm still not sure why they want her dead and I finished the book. Something to do with her being super powerful. Even though she never really seemed that powerful. And she seemed to be able to do all these random things, including possessing other people but she has no idea how she does it. And apparently her roommate that she's had for six months is a vampire but she didn't know. I don't understand how she didn't know though especially if she was raised around vampires her entire life.

Okay so this book is mainly a whole bunch of explanations. There is a ton of back story and it's all a mash up. It's just way too much explanation. And honestly none of the explanation makes sense. You don't really get to connect or figure out what any of the characters want or who they really are. And when Cassie randomly shifts into a different time, it's literally the most random thing ever. Nothing leads up to it and you have no idea it's going to happen. And then BAM she's someone else and someone else completely and it takes a few minutes for your brain to catch up.

Yeah, this book just wasn't for me. I'm not really into anything that's going on here. I might read the next book. But only because I have been fooled by first books in series before. And it's possible that this was mainly setting the world up for this series. Even so though the whole randomly traveling through time thing was strange. I don't know you guys. I might read the next one. I'll let you know if I think it's as lame as this one.

Review: Red Headed Step Child by Jaye Wells

Friday, October 11, 2013

Series: Sabina Kane #1
Publisher: Orbit
Release Date: April 2009
Reviewed by: Amber R.

If you don't know about the Book Nympo, you should. If I ever need something to read, I always peruse her shelves(metaphorically) for something great to read. And honestly, being a redheaded step-child, this title stuck out to me.

Sabina Kane is a half-vamp, half-mage assassin. She's basically been pimped out her entire life by her grandmother, the leader of the vampires since she was old enough to be. Her parents died before she was even old enough to speak and she was raised by her mother's mother. As an assassin she's mostly on the outs of the vampire society because vampires don't trust her. Not too mention her grandmother basically has treated her like a tool her entire life. She hasn't shown love, respect, or any type of emotion towards her besides derision. Even so, Sabina has always done what her grandmother has wanted her to do and has always longed for her approval.

Being sent on a mission to kill on of her only friends because of being a so called traitor set off a series of events for Sabina that changed her entire life. She's forced by her grandmother to take up with the enemy in order to kill their leader, Clovis. Convincing Clovis to allow her to join his group was easy. Her vamp/mage blood was going to be of some use to Clovis. However killing him doesn't happen easily.

There is a mage following her around, supposedly from her fathers family. He wants to take her back to meet her family and instruct her on what it is to be a mage. Sabina isn't biting. She has been told her entire life that her fathers family has disowned her. However, Adam is telling her a completely different story. To say that Sabina's life has been turned around is a complete understatement.

I'm really into this world. I think that there is a lot of things going on and things aren't going to turn out the way they seem at the end of this book. So it leaves you wanting to know more. Sabina is always growing and learning a lot in this book. I think we're just going to see that progress in the books to come. I've already got that little spark of investment in Sabina and seeing where she goes from here. I think the series is really going to progress amazingly and I can't wait to see what happens next.

Review: A Study in Silks by Emma Jane Holloway

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Series: The Baskersville Affair #1
Publisher: Del Ray
Release Date: September 24 2013
Reviewed by: Amber R.

I don't know how I came about this book. I saw Amber I. was reading it and I immediately decided I needed to read it. I didn't know what it was about and I had never heard anything about it. I am now completed enamored with Evelina Cooper.

Evelina is a young lady in the Victorian era who is in the beginning of her first Season. She has had a checkered past that we kinda of see a glimpse of but we mainly get to see her dealing with the gentry. Her mother was a lady and an aristocrat, her father was a circus performer who ran away to be a military man. Unfortunately for Evelina they both met an untimely death when she was young. And she was raised mainly by her fathers mother as a circus performer. Until her mothers mother came to teach her about her aristocratic side. Evelina has been in school and is now rooming as a guest with her closest friend, Imogene.

Things are going as you'd expect them until one night a maid in the house is brutally murdered. Evelina being of sound mind and spirit is approached by the main housekeeper to try to keep everyone calm and search around the mystery. It helps that her uncle is the one and only Sherlock Holmes.

Evelina has a magical ability but because of the society, she can't tell anyone about it because they would ruin her. She also has an affinity for building clever machines. There are a lot of things about herself that she can't let everyone know because of how people would perceive her.

I really had no idea of what to expect but I really, really loved this book. It was interesting, intriguing, there was mystery, intrigue, and everything you would want out of a great book. The humor was there, the characters were layered and had depth. There was also romance between Evelina and a man from her past and also the brother of Imogene. Although it's a slight love triangle, it's not really because Evelina knows that she can't have a relationship with either of them for very different reasons.

If you haven't read this, you're going to want to. I promise you won't be disappointed. I really hope the next book in the series, stands up. I can't wait to start reading more of Evelina!

Review: Bet on Ecstasy by Stacey Kennedy

Monday, October 7, 2013
Series: Pact of Seduction
Publisher: Loose ID
Release Date: September 24 2013
Reviewed by: Amber I.

This is a one sit read! If you are looking for a sexy sexy read that will leave you hot and bothered then look no further. Stacey has mastered the 3-Some Relationship in this book. Usually I am always slightly loving one guy more then the other but not in this book. Both Brock and Smith went into this wanting a 3 some and each guy brought something to the table. Kyra is one lucky lucky girl.

This is book 3 in Pack of Seduction series each friend goes out to fulfill her ultimate fantasy and when its Kyra's turn she goes for a 3 some. But her one night of her ultimate fantasy ends up being so much more. I couldn't believe how amazingly Stacey put this together. I was so emotionally involved with these characters and when Kyra was a little down I was even tearing up with her and just wanted to give her a hug.

Bet on Ecstasy is one of my most favorite ever 3 Some books! I think Stacey Kennedy nailed the relationship both emotionally and physically and gave us a real relationship even if its not conventional. So if you aren't sure about reading about 2 guys and 1 girl then you should still give it a try. I think you might love it!

Review: The Iron Traitor by Julie Kagawa

Friday, October 4, 2013
Series:The Iron Fey: The Call of the Forgotten #2
Publisher: Harlequin Teen
Release Date: October 29 2013
Reviewed by: Amber R.

Ethan Chase has always ignored his Sight. He's had a long history with the Fey. One that he does not want. So he's done the best he can to make sure that the Fey ignore him and he ignores the Fey. Along with that he's always been a loner. Because he wants to make sure that the Fey don't come after anyone that he's close to. However all of that changed when he met Kenzie and they had an adventure into the Nevernever. Although once they came back Ethan vowed to never venture to the Fey world again, Keirran is missing and needs Ethan's help.

So if we've read these books we know that Kenzie has cancer. But she's determined to live her life before anything happens when she can't be out and about. However, she's in the hospital twice in this book because of all of the craziness with Nevernever and dealing with the Fey. It really seems to me like she needs to be a bit more logical about all of this and keep herself safe. But she really doesn't, so she's throughout this entire book.

Ethan has been hiding most of his contact with the Fey from his parents but in this books he definitely opens up. He basically tells them that this is something he has to deal with in his life and they need to get used to it. Of course because of what happened with Meghan, his mother is completely against this. But apparently these kids just do whatever they want because he's off to Nevernever and New Orleans and everywhere else hunting down and then helping Keirran.

We get to really follow Keirran on his journey to save his girlfriend. Although this is following Ethan and his pov, the book is really about Keirran and the quest he's on. Ethan is just there to help. Keirran's girlfriend is a summer Fey and she's fading away since she was banished from the Nevernever. Although being able to save her and stop her from fading is extremely bleak, Keirran is determined to stop it. Even though everyone is basically telling him that nothing is going to work, even her.

I liked this book but in some parts it feels like they're just doing these things for no reason. I really didn't think that Kenzie should have been with them at all. And Keirran made a lot of really bad decisions that put everyone including his parents in a bad place. The end of this book left me reeling, talk about a cliffhanger. I'm definitely going to read the next book to find out what is going to happen next. Because honestly she can't just leave it like that. Really. She can't.

Cover Reveal: Bared by Stacey Kennedy

Thursday, October 3, 2013
Club Sin, Book Two
Stacey Kennedy
 Release date: February 2014




Book Description:

In a novel that’s perfect for fans of Fifty Shades of Grey, Stacey Kennedy returns to Club Sin with another wicked and wild tale of submission, seduction, and love.

At Las Vegas’s exclusive Club Sin, Aidan Knight is the Master, unleashing the erotic yearnings of his submissive lovers. But his dominant fa├žade conceals a devastating loss—something he instantly recognizes in his personally trained submissive Cora Adams. Sworn to unearth her secrets, Aidan uses his seductive skills to ignite her wildest desires until Cora yields to the pleasure she can find only with him.

Cora came to the BDSM club to act out her sub-and-dom fantasies without ever revealing the heartbreak that haunts her. But Aidan’s masterful touch is bringing her closer to the edge . . . and deeper into a world of control and surrender. He refuses to allow her to submit to any other man—nor does she want to. It’s a dangerous game they’re playing. For as they give in to passion, they must lay bare their souls for a love that could heal—and free—them both.

Bared is an erotic romance intended for mature audiences.

Praise for Stacey Kennedy’s Claimed 

Claimed sucked me in! Stacey Kennedy weaves together the intense BDSM lifestyle with the soft touch of a sweeter, more traditional love story in a novel with an engaging heroine at its heart.”—J. Kenner, New York Times bestselling author of Release Me

“Deliciously sexy, Claimed will captivate you at once, leading you on an erotic journey that you won’t want to end. A fabulous talent, Kennedy shines in this fast-paced and exciting novel.”New York Times bestselling author Cheyenne McCray

“Tender, emotional—and smoking hot!”—Savanna Fox, author of the Dirty Girls Book Club series

About the Author:

Stacey Kennedy is an urban fantasy lover at heart, but she also enjoys losing herself in dark and sensual worlds. She lives in southwestern Ontario with her husband, who gave her a happily-ever-after. Together, they have two small children who can always make her smile, and who will never be allowed to read Mommy’s books. If she’s not plugging away at a new story, you’ll find her camping, curling up with the latest flick, or obsessing over Sons of Anarchy and Game of Thrones.


Claimed sucked me in! Stacey Kennedy weaves together the intense BDSM lifestyle with the soft touch of a sweeter, more traditional love story in a novel with an engaging heroine at its heart.”—J. Kenner, New York Times bestselling author of Release Me
A novel of erotic discovery and forbidden desire that goes beyond Fifty Shades of Grey.
Presley Flynn is ripe to experience her secret fantasies . . . and Dmitri Pratt wants nothing more than to fulfill them. Once inside the elite Club Sin in Las Vegas, Presley is nervous but excited—and determined to surrender to her every desire. Dmitri is her Master, and his touch is like fire. With each careful, calculated caress, he unleashes her wildest inhibitions, giving her unimagined pleasure.
Presley is different than the other submissives Dmitri has mastered. The BDSM lifestyle is new to her, and so are the games they play at Club Sin. From the start, Presley stirs emotions in Dmitri far beyond the raw purity between a dom and the perfect sub. For the ecstasy they share goes beyond the dungeon, igniting a passion that claims the very depths of the heart.
Claimed is an erotic romance intended for mature audiences. 

Review: Hexbound by Chloe Neill

Tuesday, October 1, 2013
Series: Dark Elite #2
Publisher: Gollancz
Release Date: January 2011
Reviewed by: Amber R.

Lily Parker is a newly formed Adept. She has a specific skill called firespell that is crazy strong and she's just learning how to use it. Being part of Enclave 3 with her new bff Scout and her kinda crush werewolf Jason isn't the easiest thing ever. They're out almost every night, searching through the tunnels for Reapers or having meetings to discuss strategy. Along with school work, worrying about what her parents are really doing in Germany, and trying to be a normal teenager it's definitely a trying time.

There are mysterious trails of slime in the tunnels. The Enclave is on a mission to find out what is causing it. And it turns out it's some kind of vampire-hybrid that the Reapers are working on. To find out more members of Enclave 3 and 2 team up to find out how this happened and how they're going to stop the Reapers creepy experiments. Which leads them right in between a fight between two warring covens of vampires. Thankfully they're able to use their skills to get away but it's not easy.

Lily and Scout are both trying to enhance their skills so that they can use them more effectively. And they're also trying to outmaneuver the "brat pack". Because those girls are definitely intent on causing Lily and Scout trouble. Sebastian, one of the Reapers, has been following Lily around because they need "to talk". Obviously Lily isn't giving him the time of day or at least not at first. Sebastian is tall, dark, and handsome and there is something about him that Lily can't really turn down. So he tells her a story about how things aren't always black and white, most things are actually gray.

I really like these books. I can't wait to see how this all ends. I really end up tied up in them and reading through pretty quickly. Chloe Neill has that skill of enveloping you in her books and not letting you out until the very end. Things in this book are mysterious, snarky, and interesting, three main things that I need in every book I love. If you add a bit of romance, some undying friendships, and good winning over evil and I'm all in.
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