Brandy: I read the Doomsday Brethren and it was a lot like BDB my favorite series by far. But have you read her Wicked Lovers books?!!!!! OMG!!!! It is nothing paranormal at all but if you are ever in the mood for total HOTNESS!!!! It is a MUST read (sidenote: Brandy goes on to mention some of the “steamier” and more alternative – Dom/sub aspects of the series *blush* and ended off with…) … I would HIGHLY recommend you read if you haven’t. It is in my top favorite series!!
Archives for January 2012
Anyone anxious for Sterling’s book (Darker After Midnight: A Midnight Breed Novel by Lara Adrian)? I know I am. I’ve been crushing on him since Tegan’s book!
QUICK NOTE!! SPOILER ALERT. Actually… not a spoiler for this book, but for the series in general. YOU MUST read the other two books before reading this review, so as not to spoil all of the crazy excitement that you’ll go through with those. This is one of those absolute must read trilogies that you must read from the start, spoiler free! Believe me. You will love it!! If you haven’t read the first book, stop right now and go get it!! Fifty Shades is a masterpiece!! Check out my first review if you’re new to the series, and go from there 😉
“I’ve read a lot of Marie Force’s books and her men are Alphas but not as gruff. Does that make sense? You get the protective stuff without the “leather wearin’ can kill you with my glare and two fingers” Alpha alpha. I liked the MacCarthys series of hers the best. You get a sense of community with the storylines … these folks live on Gansett Island. True North was pretty good too. Got to love hot, rich men.”
WINNER ANNOUNCEMENT!!! –> Congratulations Sarah F! You win my third and final giveaway of Kresley Cole’s signed Lothaire book (signed by Lothaire and Kresley)!!
Yet again, another Kresley Cole book that I LOVED! And noooooo! I know what you might be thinking’! Nuh uh! I’m not being all biased ’cause I saw, and sorta hugged on the author and vampire up close, in real life and all. *blush*
Okay, well… I mean, I do admit I didn’t have to struggle to imagine Lothaire in my head. It does help my attention span when the “hero” (or in this case, villain/potential hero) is *real* to me. Where I can perfectly visualize everyone of his expressions, from the dark stare, to the the humor in his eyes, as he loosens up in his personal life. And in this case, Lothaire couldn’t have been clearer. I must thank Kresley for allowing us the opportunity to enjoy Lothaire in all of his splendor! Y’all rocked my reading experience!!