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review 2019-01-29 01:57
Great Story and Characters
Demon's Mercy - Rebecca Zanetti

Mercy O’Malley hates killing people. So when she’s assigned to take out Vampire-Demon Logan Kyllwood, she lures him to a seedy bar in Scotland, then decides to kidnap him instead. How can she cold-bloodedly end all that heat, those green eyes, that ripped body?

This was a great story from start to finish. It has been 6 months and lots of books since I read the last book in this series, but it didn’t really deter me in the slightest. I absolutely LOVED Logan. I really liked Mercy. However, her unflinching faith in the superiority of her species irritated me a little. It was hard for me to put this book down when responsibility dictated. I highly recommend.

**I voluntarily read and reviewed this book

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review 2019-01-21 15:47
ARC REVIEW Demon's Mercy by Rebecca Zanetti


Demon's Mercy (Dark Protectors #9)Dark Protectors #9, Logan! Finally Logan and boy does he meet his match, toe to toe practically the whole way Mercy is no push over. Even as number 9 in the series it can be read as a standalone but if you want more background for this story arc you would really only have to read the one before it, Vampire's Faith. This story arc deals with one very very big bad one that has the potential to end so much but before he breaks out and spreads havak the super secret group, The Seven, that put him away in the first place must replace it's missing members and finally kill big bad. One has been filled, Garret Karys, he barely made it through the ritual and now they are just waiting for the perfect opportunity to have Logan Kyllwood go through the same ritual and hope he too makes it through alive.

The Seven are about to face a foe they have never fought before, instead of just fighting the Kurjans and their high priests the Cysts who are hell bent on freeing big bad they are now fighting the Fae nation. It's not as intimidating as it sounds their numbers are far fewer but they also have technologies and abilities no one in the Realm has seen before. Mercy O'Malley doesn't agree with the way her people are handling this, so she kidnaps Logan instead of outright killing him and tries to explain what the Seven is doing is wrong but in typical Zanetti fashion everything goes FUBAR. One touch, one bite, one sip of his blood and suddenly Logan's mating mark is burning his hand and demanding he take Mercy as his mate.

One positive thing about reading the previous book, especially the spin-off Realm Enforcers, is you really get to see what fun loving and a jokester Logan is and you get to see how finding his mate and fulfilling his destiny matures him. Logan goes full on Alpha male "Me Tarzan, You Jane" kind of moments and it's funny and aggravating all at the same time to have Mercy fighting with him almost the whole way. The whole Fae Nation is pretty obstinate and it makes Mercy's stubborn look open minded. Fucking Fae.

Overall, I really enjoyed Mercy and Logan. If you are already a fan of Zanetti you'll enjoy it and if you are new and you have a thing for a Neanderthal-ish main character and a loyal and adamant fae who's going to do her own thing anyway mixed with lots of fight scenes, a few double crosses, and some really hot romance there's a really good chance you'll enjoy this one. I have been a fan of Zanetti's for a while now and I always enjoy her writing she writes her action and suspense so well, she really know how to build the tension and her romance and sex are so freakin' hot. I can't wait for the rest of the series, Garret is going to be just like his dad and I'm anxious to find out about Hope and the rest of her story.        


 

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review 2018-12-26 10:43
Great Story and Characters
By Rebecca Zanetti Marked [Paperback] - Rebecca Zanetti

Janet watched men in full combat gear in loaded helicopters. A Young vampire had accidently set off a rocket into the Oregon forest. It had already been taken care of. Garrett was janet’s younger brother and he didn’t want Janet to go but she said she had to. Being five years older than Garrett Janet had vowed to protect him at birth. Vampires only produced males babies and not very often. Garrett was the heir to the Karys ruling family. Janet told Garrett he needed to stay there to protect headquarters and their mom when he said he should be going. Janet was going to the peace talks. Janet reminded Garrett she was trained and he stated she was human. For the rest of the Realm Janet needed to appear calm and determined. Janet had visions all her life. She knew she was to be at the peace talks but not past that. Sometimes in her dreams Janet sees different outcomes to different events. Janet had a horrible sense of foreboding hanging over her but she couldn’t tell Garrett that. Garrett had recently been kidnapped by Kurjans. Krujans were creepy white faced enemies who couldn’t go out in the sun but vampires could. Janet said there were sacrifices made during wartime but even more important for peace.  Zane had been Janet’s childhood friend and had given her a silver horseshoe necklace on her fifth birthday. As a favor for Janet Zane had rescued Garrett but Garrett didn’t trust him as he was half vampire but they didn’t know what the other half was. As a child Janet had dreamed her and Zane would end the war. There had been so much bloodshed already for nearly two decades of war: vampires, witches, shifters and even the kurgans and demons. Zane and Janet had met in dream world and she had known him her entire life. Janet had also met Kalin in the dream world he was the leader of the kurgans at this time. Kalin and Janet had formed an uneasy friendship and he had also saved her life. She had seen him change when he went to live with his mother's people after his father’s death. Talen was janet’s dad and was also going to the peace talks. He asked if she was ready than he asked if she understood the plan and all escape routes from the meeting cavern. Janet and than her father jumped in a helicopter and Dade Kayrs- her uncle and king of the Realm- turned in the pilot’s seat. Janet was deep underground in an impossibly dangerous cavern for the peace talks. There were four entrances to the peace talks each entrance was controlled by one of the species attending the talks. Every species on earth had prophesied Janet’s birth and attendance. It was mandatory. Kalin entered and told janet it was good to see her. The were waiting for the demons than Suri stepped into the cavern and had brought his nephew- Zane. the boy she’d known, the teenager she loved  had grown into a predator. He called her janie Belle and called hre that when he said hello. Zane was the feared “Ghost” who had nearly supernatural powers and a fatal ability to kill. Kalin wanted to mate with janet to gain her psychic abilities. Everyone wanted the Book Of Arias the witches had it currently but brought the book with them. The flew to Janet and she could touch it and read the book the only only one who could bare handed even the witches had to wear gloves to move it. Janet knew the moment would come when she must choose between her happiness and the future of her people. Zanes eyes on her were hot and daring. Than Zane added at the end of the talks Janet was to be his. Zane said Janet had been his all her life.

I loved this book. I do advise you to read all the books in this series in order for a better smoother read. I loved the pace and plot of this book. I chuckled at times and choked up at times while reading this. I loved Janet and Zane together. I happily found nothing to criticize in this book. I loved the characters and the twists and turns of this book and I highly recommend it.

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review 2018-07-31 00:12
Great Story and Characters
Vampire's Faith - Rebecca Zanetti

Dr. Faith Cooper thought her friend was playing a joke on her when she was called in to witness something odd, but when said patient wakes up and claims to be a vampire from another time, she thinks it’s time he visit the psych ward. When odd men start hunting them down and she has a hard time resisting him, he might just be telling the truth.

This was a pretty good book. I liked following Faith from beginning to end as she learned about this dangerous world and figured out her place in it. I look forward to reading the next story in this series. I highly recommend.

**I voluntarily read and reviewed this book

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review 2018-07-27 15:56
Fated - Rebecca Zanetti

Book 1 in the Dark Protectors series was good but it was also hard to get engrossed in.  Cara was a contradiction; her father was abusive towards her, yet Talen's domineering and aggressive behavior she seemed fine with in the long run.  She was more concerned with her daughter and with having a choice, but she still went along with everything.  Within an hour or so of meeting him, he told her they were getting married and she resisted but not a lot. It wasn’t believable.  Also, when she discovered that they can only mate with humans with psychic abilities, she had a few moments to doubt whether he was with her because of that or because he wanted her, but the thoughts were so fleeting it was hard to believe she actually cared about the reason why he mated with her. I also don’t like how domineering Talen was; he didn’t explain things to her until after she gave in, told her how things were going to be and didn’t care about what she wanted or was going through. I wanted to like this book more, but had a hard time staying with it. The two main characters had no balance; he controlled everything and never seemed to consider her beyond safety and ownership.  They never were on equal ground; the relationship definitely came across as unhealthy and the few times the plot and events that could have been shaped into some emotional tension and fear of losing the other were never acted upon.  He had all the power and coming from a history of a controlling father like she did, I can’t buy the fact that she wouldn’t have fought back more. In the end, he wanted her to acknowledge his claim on her, but never once told her she owned him in return.  With all of that said, the plot line and concept were good, the conflict was strong, and the pace was good, I just needed more from the two main characters and more of a balance or a coming to understand and accept the other equally, and that didn't happen.

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