This week's blog post is a topic, rather than a single book review. I suppose the most important thing about this blog to me is that I enjoy writing and producing work. So occasionally, if I am not inspired, either by book or topic, I don't post. Luckily, that lack of inspiration is rare. But … Continue reading Topic: Is it Possible to write a good book as Fanfiction?
Review: Lover At Last — by J.R. Ward
Other Reviewers: Goodreads By now, if you read the Black Dagger Brotherhood series, you know who Qhuinn and Blay are. There have been numerous book reviews about what was good or what was disappointing about the storyline, and some of those complaints will be repeated here. I will minimize spoilers, but know that this is … Continue reading Review: Lover At Last — by J.R. Ward
Review: Laying a Ghost — by Jane Davitt and Alexa Snow
Other Reviewers: Goodreads I read quite a bit of books throughout the week, some that touched me and others that did not. I strive to only compose book reviews here that motivate me to write, otherwise the blog feels more as a job than a passion. I was set to write a review for a … Continue reading Review: Laying a Ghost — by Jane Davitt and Alexa Snow
Review: Forbidden — by Jacquelyn Frank
Other Reviews: Goodreads Intro: Recently I have been reading more m/m romances, so the fact that I was compelled to finish this one implies quality of writing. Forbidden, by Jacquelyn Frank is a spin off of the Nightwalkers' Series. There is a brief intro where we see Bella telling the reader a little backstory, but I … Continue reading Review: Forbidden — by Jacquelyn Frank
Review: Mind Game — by Christine Feehan
Other Reviews: Goodreads Intro: This is not the first Feehan paranormal series that I have read, however I enjoy the depth of plotline found within. I almost did not finish the first book, Shadow Game and almost gave up on the series. I had a problem getting behind the female lead of Lily Whitney, not … Continue reading Review: Mind Game — by Christine Feehan
GhostWalkers Series by Christine Feehan
Christine Feehan is a very prolific author, with several series: Dark Series, Ghost Walkers, Sea Haven, and Leopard Series. For details, go to Christine Feehan webpage: http://www.christinefeehan.com/ghostwalkers/index.php. I also found an excellent webpage that catalogs the the squads: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghostwalker_Series What makes this series so complex? I believe what makes this series so interesting to me is … Continue reading GhostWalkers Series by Christine Feehan
Review: The Concubine’s Gift by K. Ford K.
Other Reviews: Goodreads Intro: For information, this book was given to me for a review, but as always it does not affect what I say about the book. This is the first book by K. Ford K. I look forward to reading future books by this author. Basic Plot: The main protagonist is Bernice Babbitt, … Continue reading Review: The Concubine’s Gift by K. Ford K.
Review: Acheron — by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Other Reviews: Goodreads Intro: Sherrilyn Kenyon’s world of “hunters” (Dark, Were, and Dream) is one full of magic, death, pain, hope, and love. For an overlook of the series, check out my landing page of the Dark Hunters series. Finding profound quotes from this book is extremely easy, characters like Tory, Ash, and Savitar speak … Continue reading Review: Acheron — by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Hunter Series by Sherrilyn Kenyon
I began this series a few books past the begin, looking for a paranormal series that was a bit darker than the others I had read. I read them voraciously up until about book #23 (Acheron) and then gave up. What makes this series so complex? This is really three different series intertwined: Dark-Hunters, … Continue reading Hunter Series by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Review: Lover Unleashed — by J.R. Ward
Other Reviews: Goodreads Intro: This week I want to look at my favorite book series, Black Dagger Brotherhood by J.R. Ward. In March 2012, her 11th book of the series Lover Reborn was released, which I have only read once due to its intensity. That particular book is rather dark, in fact, the darkest of … Continue reading Review: Lover Unleashed — by J.R. Ward