Monday, September 24, 2007
Embraced by Darkness by Keri Arthur. Pages 355. Science Fiction. Riley really likes her new job even though she resisted taking it so much. She sees a seer and finds out that she may get her dreams but not the way she's dreamed them which of course makes no sense. The drug that talon gave her are still screwing her up and don't look like they'll stop anytime soon. She was taking a vacation but hell even that ends up being work related. AHH can't a girl have some piece.
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
Dark Possession by Christine Feehan
Dark Possession by Christine Feehan. Romance. Pages 352. Manolito Da Cruz is an ancient Carpathian male possessing skills beyond most. Problem is he is so close to turning vampire. Only his brothers love keeps him from such an act. MaryAnn is a councilor for abuse victims. She thinks the Da Cruz brothers are obsessive and is happy she isn't her friend who is married to one of them. Of course that is before she meets Manolito and discovers her own talents.
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
Don't talk back to your vampire by Michele Bardsley
Don't talk back to your vampire by Michele Bardsley. Pages 328. Romance. I really liked this one. Bardsley writes a series of books based in Broken Heart. In the first book this little town was attacked and a good chunk of them into vampires. The rest moved out of the town. Now a bunch of them are left raising their kids by night and fighting the bad guys between breaks. Eva, the town librarian, never thought she'd really get far in life but everything going on now is just amazing. I loved this book.
Monday, September 10, 2007
Crime Seen by Victoria Laurie
Crime Seen by Victoria Laurie. Mystery. Pages 282. Abby just barely got through her ordeal with a bullet. Being shot in the heart really does suck. Now she's a bit nervous to get back into the swing of things and start doing readings again. What if she fails again? Someone could die. Of course someone could die without her help too. Now Dutch is asking for her help with some cases. He's never come to her before. Such a predicament.