And y’all know I LOVVVVED the Fever Series with all of my might! I actually read these back when I had to use both of my HANDS to read! You know, hold a book, clip on the booklight, flip pages, earmark (for shame! I know… yes I did that shhhhh), but these books were SO worth the hand cramps.
Karen Marie Moning
To Tame a Highland Warrior (Highlander Book 2)
Grimm. I need to make an apology. I adored you. Even though it’s been said that Hawk was the most gorgeous male in in the land, and that despite your lavish attractiveness, you didn’t compare to him, after your book, I beg to differ. I nearly fainted with from the over-intensity of your “floor/break the table” scene and yet, I walked away without a comment.
As I chatted with Lily yesterday, I said:
“I have to write Grimm’s review – I suck – I LOVED his book.”
Yup, I’m still thinking about it. Even more so now, since writing my review. I’m still going over different parts of it in my head, re-analyzing situations that occurred throughout the series, now that I finally know the answers. I was so thrilled to see my best book bud (Lily from Lilium’s Realm) this morning, and even more relieved to find out she finished the book and wanted to chat!
SPOILER ALERT!!! PLEASE do not continue below, if you have not read the series (or this book) yet.
If you came here cause you’re interested in this book, and wanted to know how I reviewed it, it’s a 5 star for sure! Action packed, unrelenting, wickedly infuriating, and at times, deliciously sexy (in it’s own way). What? I’ve said that before? Well… it couldn’t be more true in this case. And, when have I ever steered you wrong? This book is deeply satisfying. You won’t ever be bored (but you will need to come up for air at times). EVERYTHING is connected in the end (from book#1 to now), and because of this, I can’t even give one part away, without *ruining* something else.
Quick update. I am almost halfway through Karen Marie Moning’s Shadowfever (but it’s a long book so there are plenty of hours left for me in Mac’s world). That’s a good thing. First chapter was intense (it’s what we’ve all been waiting for folks, – the author doesn’t leave us hanging) and overall, the first quarter was interesting and (and confusing) but it sure picks up after that.
Join me on my Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/MarysesBookBlog) , while I “microblog” about it, and let’s chat! No spoilers though. I LOVE surprises, and I’ve already heard there are a few more coming my way…