I love a good paranormal romance. Laurell K Hamilton’s “Anita Blake Vampire Hunter” series sunk its teeth into me, and kept me hooked to this very day. Too often though, the paranormal aspects become romanticised and no longer provide the scares they once did.
Widdershins came as a recommendation from my boyfriend and boy did it hit the spot. Do not let the cover fool you, this book has real charm.
Continue reading Book Review: Widdershins (Whyborne and Griffin #1) by Jordan L. Hawk
Always a sucker for an Egyptian themed anything, I knew i’d be into this book as soon as I saw the cover. The description had me intrigued, what with the “magical science” and the hints at a steamy fling with a “handsome graduate student”. Of course I hit that download button.
WARNING: This is a book featuring adult sexual themes of a vivid nature. Do not pass go if you cannot handle this.
Continue reading Review: Double Take by J.K. Pendragon
During a recent binge watch of BookTube videos, I came across one from JesseTheReader where he talked about a few of his anticipated winter 2015 releases. Inked was the first on the list, and the cover combined with the synopsis grabbed me straight away.
Thanks to Netgalley i’ve had the opportunity to read it early for an honest review.
Continue reading Book Review: Inked by Eric Smith
Release Date: June 3rd, 2014.
Genre: Paranormal Romance / Fantasy
Author: Laurell K. Hamilton
Available from: Amazon or BookDepository
Goodreads: A Shiver Of Light (Merry Gentry #9)
Laurell K Hamilton was the author that introduced me to Paranormal Romance, with her most popular character Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter. After consuming all of those, I in turn fell in love with her other big book series, featuring Meredeth Gentry, Faerie Princess. “A Shiver Of Light” is the ninth entry in the series, and I could barely contain my excitement when I saw it had finally released.
Since this the ninth book in the series, reading beyond this point will definitely spoil you on what has happened so far. You’ve been warned!
Continue reading Book Review: A Shiver of Light by Laurell K. Hamilton (Merry Gentry #9)
A garden dedicated to poisonous plants sounds like a pretty dangerous thing to have around the home don’t you think? In the right hands however, even the most deadly plants can have healing properties found nowhere else. Continue reading Book Review: The Poison Diaries by Maryrose Wood