Review — Phantom Shadows by Dianne Duvall

Didn’t think I’d like this one as much as I did. I wasn’t necessarily a big fan of Sebastian (he’s the black sheep of the immortal family) and Melanie hasn’t played a big role in the previous books. Having said that, Bastian totally grew on me! Fell in love with both him and Melanie. They’re a great PNR pairing.

In addition to the continuing plot twists in the overall story (again I was completely surprised…hand clapping for Ms. Duvall), I love the dialogue between the characters. Some of the scenes had me laughing out loud!

Kudos to Ms. Duvall for hooking me into her story. Love this paranormal romance series!

Focused. Strong. True.

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Phantom Shadows — Dianne Duvall

Review — Slave to Sensation by Nalini Singh

Okay, let me just preface this by saying that I really love Nalini Singh’s Guild Hunter series. Sometimes when I enjoy a series so much I have a hard time jumping into another series by the same author. (It kind of feels like I’m betraying the first series by reading the other one. I know that sounds weird, but it is what it is). Because of my quirk, I was hesitant to start this series, but from the get‐go the premise fascinated me. Different races exist in this world—Changeling, Psy, and human. Changelings are shifters, Psy are cerebral beings who undergo conditioning to learn to be emotionless. Psy also are inter‐connected mentally in a sort of web interface. Totally cool. So when one emotionless Psy believes she’s going mad because she’s starting to experience fractures in her psyche by falling for the hot, dominant alpha of the DarkRiver pack things become very interesting.

I’ve always enjoyed Ms. Singh’s ability to create real characters with emotional depth—Lucas and Sascha are no different. Sascha believes she’s a weak, damaged Psy when she’s far from it and Lucas is a tough alpha leopard who has faced great loss and is overprotective of his pack as a result. Great storyline and fantastic characters combined with a hot romance make for an incredible PNR read.

Focused. Strong. True.

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Slave to Sensation — Nalini Singh

Review — Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison

One of the great things about Goodreads.com is the reviews. I’ve found some wonderful, passionate readers who write terrific reviews and because of their reviews, I read some incredible books. DRAGON BOUND is the result of such a review and I most likely wouldn’t have discovered the book otherwise. So, did DRAGON BOUND live up to my expectations? Well, let’s just say it’s one of my favorite books so far this year. Now, I know it’s only four months into 2014, but I read a lot so my statement says a lot.

If you love dragons, griffons, strong alpha males, and one funny, fantastic heroine then you won’t go wrong with DRAGON BOUND. But don’t just take my word for it, read the reviews!

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Dragon Bound — Thea Harrison
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