logo
Wrong email address or username
Wrong email address or username
Incorrect verification code
back to top
Search tags: Hawk
Load new posts () and activity
Like Reblog Comment
show activity (+)
review 2019-06-06 10:55
Review! Hawk (Sons of Sangue #2) Patricia A. Rasey!

 

 

 

Hello Readers! Today I am hooking up with the Sons of Sangue as Hawk makes a snap decision that can only spell trouble! Enjoy and don't forget to Hawk by Patricia A. Rasey to your shelves!

 

 

 

 

Kaleb “Hawk” Tepes, as president of the Sons of Sangue and descendant of Vlad III, needs to keep his head focused on club business. Trouble is someone wants to divest him of it for a crime he committed against his vampire predecessors. He can’t afford distractions, especially those that come in the form of a five-foot-two sprite named Suzi, who once belonged to his nephew. In a moment of weakness, he makes a snap decision that can only spell trouble. Now faced with the one person who wants him dead, Kaleb must make the ultimate sacrifice or chance losing the only woman he truly desired forever.


Suzi Stevens has tried hard to put her past behind her and move forward. The one man she yearns for over all others, believes her to be nothing but cold-hearted. Hearing that someone has tried to behead him, she shelves past prejudices and rushes to his side, needing to see for herself that he’s all right. What she doesn’t count on is Hawk’s demand to take her as his personal blood donor. Now forced to endure his company, she fears losing her heart for all eternity to the one person who has the power to crush her.


 

 

As president of the Sons of Sangue MC, Kaleb ‘Hawk’ Tepes needs to keep his head focused on club business. Trouble is someone wants to divest him of it for a crime he committed against his vampire predecessors, so he can’t afford distractions, especially those that come in the form of a sprite named Suzi who once belonged to his nephew. Suzi has tried to the past behind her but the one man she yearns for believes her to be nothing but cold-hearted. Rushing to his side when his life is threatened, she’s now forced endure his company and she’s fears losing her heart for all eternity.

 

This ‘Sons of Sangue’ romance is one thrilling and energetic read that has intense hot emotions flowing from the pages in a feverous pitch. The characters are strong and convincing making it easy for the readers to connect and become caught up in their lives, while the romance between Hawk and Suzi, which is full explosive chemistry, hits emotional highs and lows pulling readers into its depth. This relationship is hampered by secrets, stubbornness, and one sinfully sexy vampire biker that is determined to keep her at arm’s length.

 

The plot is fast paced with lots of exhilarating suspense and a vibrant energy that sucks readers in and refuses to let go as not only the outcome of the relationship between Hawk and Suzi builds the suspense but someone is out killing MC members. Readers can’t get enough of these deliciously hot vampire bikers and this story has them holding their breath in anticipation of every juicy second.

 


 

Video Trailer - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDA8iw3raKY

 

 

Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/21816987-hawk

 

BookLikes - http://booklikes.com/hawk-patricia-a-rasey/book,12865440

 

BookBub - https://www.bookbub.com/books/hawk-sons-of-sangue-book-2-by-patricia-a-rasey

 

Riffle - https://www.rifflebooks.com/books/1049107

 

Romance.io - https://www.romance.io/books/5455c00087eac323ffb2e34f/hawk-patricia-a-rasey

 

GBooks - https://books.google.com/books?id=M-G_oAEACAAJ&dq=patricia+a+rasey+hawk&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjDoZSX27fiAhUPPq0KHW8ZAakQ6AEIKjAA

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hawk is the 2nd book in the Sons of Sangue series.

 

Author - https://www.patriciarasey.com/sons-of-sangue-1

 

Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07MQSW9MQ?ref=series_rw_dp_labf

 


 

1 Viper
2 Hawk
3 Gypsy
4 Rogue
4.5 Draven
4.6 Preacher
5 Xander
6 Ryder
7 Wolf

 

 

 

AVAILABLE in print or ebook

 

Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00KK42LGW?ref_=dbs_mng_calw_1&storeType=ebooks

 

B&N - print- https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/hawk-patricia-a-rasey/1119637197?ean=9780990332510

 

B&N - ebook - https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/hawk-patricia-a-rasey/1119607474?ean=2940149586516

 

Kobo - https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/hawk-7

 

iBooks - https://books.apple.com/us/book/hawk/id879611025?_bbid=2301940

 

 

 

USA Today bestselling author Patricia A. Rasey resides in her native town in Northwest Ohio with her husband, Mark, and her lovable Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Todd and Buckeye.

 

When not behind her computer, you can find Patricia working, reading, watching movies or MMA. She also enjoys spending her free time at the river camping and boating with her husband and her family. Ms. Rasey is a retired third degree Black Belt in American Freestyle Karate.

 

Ms. Rasey is available for appearances and workshops...

 

 

Website - https://www.patriciarasey.com/

 

Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/1258993.Patricia_A_Rasey

 

Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/PatriciaARasey

 

Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/patriciarasey

 

InstaGram - http://instagram.com/parasey

 

YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/parasey

 

BookBub - https://www.bookbub.com/authors/patricia-a-rasey


 

 

 

Like Reblog Comment
show activity (+)
review 2019-06-01 15:27
Bloodline (Whyborne & Griffin #5)
Bloodline (Whyborne & Griffin) (Volume 5) - Jordan L. Hawk

Reread review 6/1/19:

 

Oh, Stanley. You deserve the biggest chankla of all. Whyborne earned his fair share too though.

 

 

I was interested to see how much of this I remembered. It was also neat to see how my perspective of certain events changed, knowing how things turned out. I even surprised myself by feeling a smidgeon of pity for Niles, and I think he might even care about Whyborne for realsies even before the events of this book.

 

Original review 7/19/15:

 

This one got a little weird. And a little predictable. The hints were there all along, right from the first boo. I missed a few, but the more obvious ones were enough that I more or less knew where this story was going to end before I was even through the first couple of chapters. How it got there though was a little more in the air. Even though I did have it more or less figured out, Ms. Hawk provides enough question marks to keep some things up in the air.

For instance, I knew the visiting Endicotts would play a role in the climax of the story, obviously, but I didn't know what exactly. At one point, I thought they and Stanford might even be in cahoots. I was surprised that their earlier friendship of Percival was genuine and they didn't have ulterior motives towards him until the truth was revealed. And while I figured Whyborne would be revealed as a sea creature of some sort, I hadn't figured that Heliabel and his siblings were also. Rather, I thought it'd be revealed that Heliabel herself had lain with a selkie right before Whyborne's conception, rather than her great-great-grandfather. His twin sister being alive was a complete surprise.

(spoiler show)

 

I hate it whenever Griffin and Whyborne fight, and I was super worried at one point. Whyborne's ego was tripping all over the place in this book, helped along by his visiting cousins from England. I was having flashbacks to the mess that was Dark Willow on Buffy, but thankfully, things didn't get quite that far. And as always, our guys talk to each other and work things out. Griffin too learns how to be more accepting of Whyborne's skills with magic, and that was a treat to see as well. Hopefully, that point of conflict will be put to rest permanently, though I'm sure they'll find plenty of other things to argue about. ;)

 

The ending felt a little too contemporary for me, even if it came about by less than contemporary means, and I'm not really sure how I feel about it yet.

Whyborne and Griffin get "married" and start calling each other husband. On the one hand, yay for their commitment to each other. On the other hand, it feels like it was put in there only because gay marriage was the hot topic when this was written and so it feels a little political.

(spoiler show)

 

I understand this was supposed to be the original end of the series, and some of my friends have expressed concern about it continuing from here on out. I think there's still plenty of story to tell.

Griffin just found a brother, there's a possible threat from England,

(spoiler show)

and other minor threads hanging loose that I wouldn't mind seeing tied up. Onward I go. 

Like Reblog Comment
show activity (+)
review 2019-05-27 10:38
Hawk - Patricia A. Rasey

 

As president of the Sons of Sangue MC, Kaleb ‘Hawk’ Tepes needs to keep his head focused on club business. Trouble is someone wants to divest him of it for a crime he committed against his vampire predecessors, so he can’t afford distractions, especially those that come in the form of a sprite named Suzi who once belonged to his nephew. Suzi has tried to the past behind her but the one man she yearns for believes her to be nothing but cold-hearted. Rushing to his side when his life is threatened, she’s now forced endure his company and she’s fears losing her heart for all eternity.

 

This ‘Sons of Sangue’ romance is one thrilling and energetic read that has intense hot emotions flowing from the pages in a feverous pitch. The characters are strong and convincing making it easy for the readers to connect and become caught up in their lives, while the romance between Hawk and Suzi, which is full explosive chemistry, hits emotional highs and lows pulling readers into its depth. This relationship is hampered by secrets, stubbornness, and one sinfully sexy vampire biker that is determined to keep her at arm’s length.

 

The plot is fast paced with lots of exhilarating suspense and a vibrant energy that sucks readers in and refuses to let go as not only the outcome of the relationship between Hawk and Suzi builds the suspense but someone is out killing MC members. Readers can’t get enough of these deliciously hot vampire bikers and this story has them holding their breath in anticipation of every juicy second.

Like Reblog Comment
show activity (+)
review 2019-05-05 00:21
Book Tour: Dead Gold
Dead Gold (Moccasin Hollow Mystery #4) - Hawk MacKinney

Well we meet up with Spencer once again. Only this time it in this hometown. What would you do if you were in a town but did not know what was happening and their seems to be several murders popping up?

 

Well this book is filled with it and drugs for that matter. Spencer as invited his friend Craige to Aspen, Colorado to spend time with and see what Aspen is like. The author does well with the plot. He does not disappoint.

 

This book is filled with lots of action and some thrills. Can Spencer and Craige solve the mystery and crimes and find the murder? The plot thicken as you read. Why and what is up in Aspen? I believe that this book is only good for 17 and older though that is up the parent to decide. I suggest this it got drugs and sex scenes involved. I would rather the child or children be advised and also have their parents approval.

Like Reblog Comment
show activity (+)
review 2019-04-28 02:21
Necropolis (Whyborne & Griffin #4)
Necropolis (Whyborne & Griffin) - Jordan L. Hawk

Reread review 4/27/19:

 

I remembered the camel

but forgot that Whyborne named her Daisy and that they end up practically besties by the end. Too bad he couldn't take her back to Widdershins.

(spoiler show)

And of course, knowing where things end up with Griffin and

the giant stingray aliens whose name I forget, it's still nerve-wracking to see him having to deal with the guardian here and even contemplate staying behind and shooting himself before it can get to him, but now I'm hopeful because I know how things turn out. I'm a bit confused about the Lapidem though. Doesn't Griffin end up with it in a later book? But here the shardah-iin take it off to bury it somewhere in the desert. Or does he get a different Lapidem?

(spoiler show)

 

The ending's a bit more rushed than I remember or would like, a little too summarized.

 

Original review 7/15/15:

 

Tomb raiding/excavation and all the tropes that come with aren't exactly my favorite things ever. Sometimes they can be good cheesy fun (The Mummy trilogies for instance) but otherwise they're predictable and just tend to be there. Ms. Hawk does manage to avoid a lot of the tropes, but not all of them. As a result, the setting was only halfway interesting to me. What I did enjoy was the whodunit. Suspicion was cast on person early on by Griffin and Whyborne, and then I kind of forgot about it. Suspicion is also cast, though in this case by the narrative itself, on another person also early on, and then I kind of forgot about it. The ah-ha! moments felt earned then, even if I knew from the start that there was something I didn't know.

 

I also appreciated the focus on each of the three main characters here. This is more Christine's story than Whyborne's or Griffin's, even if the story is still from Whyborne's POV. We meet Christine's long lost sister Daphne and a potential love interest in Christine's assistant Iskander. We learn that Christine's grant to excavate is under attack by uptight white dudes who don't like a woman playing in their sandbox, and Christine just generally continues to be awesome and kick butt. 

 

Whyborne continues to grow his powers, which continues to be a point of contrition with Griffin. Thankfully, they've learned to talk - or at least argue constructively - about these things rather than letting them fester out of control. Men who talk to each other! So refreshing. Griffin has a subplot that seems more like setup for the next book, there's a camel obsessed with hats (fezzes are cool), lots of wild shenanigans in the desert, and the occasional hot sex scene. All in all, a very entertaining read.

More posts
Your Dashboard view:
Need help?