Love & Zombie by Keira Zane is a cute, fun short story about a hybrid vampire who falls in love with a wizard, and both get trapped in her apartment by zombies. A fun read for those who love paranormal romances.
What is David Jenkins thinking? Without giving anything away, Marksley Willow is a great short story that aids in moving The Last Line forward seamlessly. This short had me guessing to the end. And I wasn’t expecting the ending AT ALL. I do hope everything works out in the end. I also hope the next installment will be out soon.
I just love Usher, Isaac, Ariel and the rest of the boys. David Elias Jenkins’ version of zombies and vampires is refreshing and fun to say the least. I hope David has plenty of interesting missions to continue for several more installments. I don’t want my favorite team to stop doing what they do best–kicking monster asses! Go Empire One!!!
A first for me by Kayti Nika Raet. Pale and Cimson is a short story about twin brothers, one that follows rules and one that doesn’t. Typical, but nicely done. Definitely a book young adults will enjoy.
The cover of Rise of the Transgenics by J.S. Frankel promises a story that will be unique and intriguing. I was not disappointed. In fact, the more I read, the more I wanted to know what came next. I hope this is not the end of Anastasia and Harry. Now that Harry can kick butt, I want to see what he does with his new strength.
I have read both Beyond the Eyes and Dark Spirits by Rebekkah Ford. I suggest reading both before picking up The Devil’s Third simply to understand how the characters got to where they are now. You have nothing to fear. All three books were fantastic. As the story progressed from book 1 to book 3, the characters grew as individuals. The story had several cool twists and moved along at a constant pace. Readers of all ages will enjoy this series.
Legends Of Potentia: Perfero is the third book to the Legends of Potentia series. Like the prior installments, this book will keep you turning pages to see how the powerful Umbra plans to finish off our heroes, Amare and Rupert. The surprising twist at the end will definitely pique your interest for book four.
The Feral by David Elias Jenkins was exactly what I expected it to be, plus much more. You immediately find yourself cheering for the good guys. Jenkins does a great job describing each character and each scene. It was like watching a movie while reading. I am definitely following this group to their next assignment.
This second installment to The Dreadful Life of Ella series was just as enjoyable as part one. I’m a mother of three teenagers and I LOVE reading this series. I have no doubt young readers will enjoy this story. I look forward to the next book.