I’ve been reading the Dark-Hunter series by Sherrilyn Kenyon and I am almost done with it. The series is actually pretty good and you don’t have to read them in order to know what is going on. Each book can stand on it’s own, however, it includes elements from all […]
The Circle Trilogy involves three novels taking place in the present. The series begins with Morrigan’s Cross, continues with Dance of the Gods, and ends with Valley of Silence. The series follows six characters who have been recruited to fight a war against a vampire named Lilith who is out […]
Lover Awakened is the third novel in JR Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood series centers around the most troubled of the brothers. Zsadist was a blood slave for over a century. Let’s just say, that messed with him pretty badly and he’s still dealing with it, both emotionally and physically. Bella […]
I’m a big fan of Laurell K. Hamilton’s Anita and Merry series; which could be the reason I had such a hard time getting into this book. Death of a Darklord by Hamilton is nothing like Anita or Merry. So if you start to read this book thinking like that, […]
I am trying to think of the best way to describe this series. It’s fun, quirky, and nothing like Buffy the Vampire Slayer. First off, the main character, Sookie Stackhouse, is a barmaid in Bon Temps, Louisiana (picture Mayberry, but a little bigger). She’s always been a little on the […]
In Dime Store Magic, Paige Winterbourne was introduced to her new love interest, Lucas Cortez. As the youngest song of a Cabal CEO (think Bill Gates with no morals/ethics/charities), Lucas wants to get away from the family business. In book four of Kelley Armstrong’s “Women of the Otherworld” series, Industrial […]
Okay, so I was going to do this series the same way I did the series by Laurell K. Hamilton, but I flew through them too fast. ;) Plus, it’s easier to do the whole series because while each one has it’s own plot, there are some points that transcend […]
Book three in Kelley Armstrong’s â€œWomen of the Otherworld Series, Dime Store Magic continues the tale of Paige Winterbourne and her new charge, Savannah. After gaining the custody of a 13 year-old, Paige must now fight to keep her. It seems that the half-demon, Leah, still wants her. When Leah […]
Narcissus in Chains, Cerulean Sins and Incubus Dreams share one common thread….sex. While sex has always been a prevailing theme throughout the series (who is Anita sleeping with now?), it becomes a part of the plot device when Jean-Claude’s incubus origins are transferred to Anita through their marks.
While I could go into the plot, and give a summary of what the bad guys want and what the action entails, I won’t because the plot only touches on the underlying theme of sex that Hamilton begins to include in her books. Plus, you should read it. If I give you the main plot devices and tell you what goes on, where will you get the motivation to read it?
Blue Moon and Obsidian Butterfly has one thing in common – self discovery and individual discovery. Well, I guess that’s two things, but it’s the same idea. In Blue Moon, Anita is called in to Tennessee to help bail Richard out of some problems he has encountered. While in Tennessee, […]