Paranormal Romance

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Lure of the Wicked

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Lure of the Wicked by Karina Cooper is set in a post-apocalyptic world where most of the humans have been killed off by natural disasters. An entity call "The Church" has risen in power and seeks to end the existence of all witches, blaming them for the end of our civilization. The Church sends high ...

C
Heart Search

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I can certainly understand why series books are so popular. Once an author builds a new world or community, there is a sense of contentment in visiting it again. Ms. Owens has crafted a definite hook for me with her plot device of telepathic pets called fams and one true love called HeartMate. But ...

C-
Blood Cursed

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In the beginning I really hated this book. I hated it to the point that if I had not been reading it for review I would have heaved it into the box marked “trade” and never opened it again. But then a curious thing happened: I found myself engrossed in the story even while actively disliking the ...

B-
Angels of Darkness

Anthology
Angels seem to be the new vampires. Curious as to what was driving this craze, I chose this anthology for review. It didn't disappoint. ...

B+
Demon Marked

Look up complex in the dictionary and one of the definitions will be "novels by Meljean Brook, esp the Guardian series." Ms. Brook can also be found in the thesaurus under antonyms for "brain candy." Hers are not the type of books that you read between phone calls or on your lunch break. Concentrati ...

B-
Delaney's Shadow

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I’m not as familiar with boilerplate plotlines in paranormal romance as I am with other subgenres, so I can’t say that Delaney’s Shadow was unusual with that much authority; however, it was unlike anything else I have ever read. When Delaney Wainright was a toddler, she f ...

B+
Midnight

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I am loving the new trend towards post-apocalyptic romance.It's good to know that even if the world goes to the dogs - or chimps, apes, or killer whales - there will still be love, community, and humanity. That's probably too rosy a future for some sci-fi fans, but for those of us that are romance r ...

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Bound by Moonlight

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There is something to be said about a tortured hero; a tortured heroine can also make for some compelling reading. But when there is something very wrong with just about every single character in a book, well, reading it can be a hard row to hoe. Such is the case with Nancy Gideon's latest, Bound by ...

A
Archangel's Blade

All right Nalini Singh, just look what you did. You made me cry! And over that ass Dmitri of all characters. So bravo; great job with Archangel's Blade. We thought we knew Dmitri well from his interactions with the main characters in the previous three books. He's the original smooth ope ...

D+
Night Veil

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Night Veil is the second novel in Yasmine Galenorn’s Indigo Court series which follows a band of warriors battling the Indigo Court, a group of Vampiric Fae. Berkley bills the novel as a “paranormal romance,” but it has a more distinct urban fantasy feel to this reader. Told in first person, t ...