Monday, June 28, 2010

Bad Moon Rising by Kenyon

Bad Moon Rising by Kenyon. Romance. Pages 340. This one reminded me of some of the original Science Fiction. You know, when scifi was used to point out flaws in our system and change society. Kenyon seems to be challenging societies views on racism and possibly speciesism if such a thing were possible. The realities of what happens when a person from one group falls in love with someone from another group. It also focus's on the meaning of family. In this book a werebear falls in love with a werewolf. The werebear is supposed to provide her family with an heir. The werewolf swears he'll never fall in love cause it's been nothing but pain in his life.

Monday, June 21, 2010

One Bite with a Stranger by Christine Warren

One Bite with a Stranger by Christine Warren. Romance verging on X rated. Pages 343. Normally I champion Warrens books to the heavens and I still loved this one. However, it was more a penthouse letters for women then it was a paranormal romance. It was almost as if the Paranormal was thrown in an S&M bondage story as an after thought then it was originally written in. That said I read it in 2 days and didn't wanna put it down. Lol never said I couldn't get behind a good S&M story from time to time.

Monday, June 14, 2010

Primal Needs by Susan Sizemore

Primal Needs by Susan Sizemore. Romance. Pages 371. Part of Sizemores romance vampire series Primal Needs continues the intrigue and unique matriatrical interaction started in book one. Most people would say that women wouldn't keep themselves down and I'd have to agree with Sizemore when it's shown they are wrong. Would you like to live in the perfect castle if you could never leave and your main function in life was to provide your race with more babies? I think not. Neither is the latest generation of vampires. See how these young woman and their lovers bring vampires kicking and screaming into the 21st century.

Monday, June 07, 2010

The Good, The Bad, and The Uncanny by Simon Green

The Good, The Bad, and The Uncanny by Simon Green. Science Fiction/Fantasy. 273 Pages. This is the newest book in the nightside series. John Taylor is the most creative PI that I've ever heard of. He has a gift that allows him to find things. If it's finding the ability to remove bullets from guns or finding your lost cellphone you can hire him. This latest book wraps up a lot of loose ends and yet leaves you wondering what's happening next. Walker is dying and he wants Taylor to take over for him. Taylor doesn't want the job. I almost decided to wait til the next one of these was out before I started reading it. It didn't really leave you hanging more then any other series book does though.