Love is Fear (Valerie Dearborn, #2)
Pages no: 386
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
This second installment in the series has a lot more depth to the story than the first. There are more high points(hot sex and more worldbuilding) and low points(darker storyline and more murder/mayhem). I read someone else's review who said they felt sorry for the characters, and I totally agree. I...
DNF @ 42%I tried, OMG did I try, but Valerie is driving me absolutely bugf*ck. If I have to be inside her whiny-ass, immature head a minute longer, I swear I'm gonna break something. Definitely NOT the series for me.
**This is a review of the trilogy as a whole.**Forget Twilight. This series is one of the best hidden treasures amidst a genre of brooding passive-aggressive vampires. In this densely carnal, twisted take on fey, vampire, and otherworld magic, the heroine Valerie shines beneath the crushing weight o...
*Spoiler-free. Just a quickie review:And the plot thickens. (There goes my cliché quota for the month.) Well, this got better, no? Pro: While I’ll decline to comment on the author’s writing in the technical sense (I’m no pro), I found this book to be fantastically quote-worthy. It so often brought m...