Publish date: October 29th 2013
Pages no: 357
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
, Young Adult Fantasy
Series: Guards of the Shadowlands (#2)
** spoiler alert ** Thank you Amazon for sending me this book :D (WARNING: CONTAINS SPOILERS)A.M.A.Z.I.N.G. Let me just say that. It was so great and was a real roller coaster read. I was so, so scared the entire book someone bad was going to happen. And then something horrible did happen, Malachi d...
"One more time?" he invited. A drop of sweat fell from his chin. "I have to go in a few more minutes, but what the hell." "Do you have a position you'd like to try?" he asked politely. "From behind, maybe? I need more practice with that." If ONLY this was what it sounds like, but it's not! Let'...
***This review has also been posted on Tangled in Pages “The human capacity for self-delusion is limitless,” Where do I start with this book? Nowhere. My feelings are all over the place. This was one of my most anticipated sequels of 2013 and it took me a while to get around to reading it. I...
...but I'm glad I ignored them and read this anyway, because I really liked it. I can see where they (the bad reviews) are coming from because this does not take place in the dark city, but rather in present day Rhode Island. The dark city in the Shadowlands is so gritty and intriguing, you can't ...
This picks up right after Sanctum, Lela and Malachi are back on the realm of the living and charged with killing any Mazikin. What neither counted on was the number of Mazikin that had crossed to this realm. Regardless, Lela and Malachi adapt to their roles as guardians. For Lela, this is the first ...