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text 2017-05-20 05:52
Chance: Cozy Mystery
Mitzi Magee: Vampire Poodle - April Campbell Jones

 

Who can resist a vampire poodle that's not really a poodle trying to save Topeka, KS from invading human vampires with the help of a down and out reporter.

 

This was highly entertaining, but I don't think I would classify it as a mystery of any sort.

More of a paranormal adventure.

Unless trying to figure out the Count is the mystery.

 

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text 2017-05-19 17:27
New Releases in series, today through Monday
Wired (Buchanan/Fbi) - Julie Garwood
A Shade of Vampire 44: A Tangle of Hearts (Volume 44) - Bella Forrest
The Doctor's Redemption (Shadow Creek, Montana Book 3) - Victoria James
Summer at the Little Wedding Shop - Jane Linfoot

See https://www.fictfact.com/BookReleaseCalendar and click on desired dates for more details.

Source: www.fictfact.com/BookReleaseCalendar
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review 2017-05-19 16:22
Audio Book Review: Silver Flame (Vampire Girl #3) By Karpov Kinrade
Silver Flame (Vampire Girl) (Volume 3) - Karpov Kinrade

 

I was expecting so much more from this novel. The second book in this series has treachery and lies throughout the storyline and keeps you on your toes for the majority of the book. This book, unfortunately, doesn't follow that trend. It felt like a filler to extend this series into more books. What sealed the nail on the coffin in this book for me was the ending. That was a major turn off.

 

Arianna was boring this time around. She wasn't witty or smart about anything. There were times when she acted like a petulant child because she couldn't learn something that took most people years to master in 2 hours. 

 

Fenrus didn't feel like a part of the story anymore. He and Arianna are barely in proximity to each other during the whole novel. Nothing between them got progressed (if you don't count the somewhat irrational decision to finally sleep together after he had gone on and on about wanting to wait and take his time). It was one contradiction after the other.

 

I will most certainly be part of the unpopular opinion when it comes to judging if this book was worth it or not. I despised the ending and all the different character point of views (with the exception of Arianna and Fenrus). Instead of splitting up the story with different point of views it would have been better to get the characters to have a conversation about it when they finally met up. I dislike different point of views when it doesn't add anything important to the story.

 

The Audio Book:

 

The audio book was great. The narrations were very well executed and I could differentiate between characters for the majority of the time. Though I'm not a big fan of Joel Froomkin his voice has grown on me.

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review 2017-05-18 19:02
REVIEW BY MERISSA - A Vampire's Embrace (Blood Rose Time Travel #2) by Caris Roane
A Vampire's Embrace - Caris Roane
A Vampire's Embrace is the second book in the Blood Rose Time Travel series, and we meet up with Rez and Holly as they become the latest pair that the Invictus target. This world is firmly established, and yet Caris Roane has managed to introduce a new set of rules to their world - that of time-pathing. Only a certain few have this talent, and Holly is one of them. She has been pushed hard by Vojalie but still has things to learn. One thing she doesn't need to learn about though, is Rez. Holly thinks that she knows him, the same as he thinks that he knows her. Both of these are in for the shock of their lives as they realise that the real them is very different from what the other thought.
 
With a fast pace and steamy situations, it was with delight that I found the softer, more gentle, side of Rez and his quest to find his missing daughter. This was exceedingly well written, with enough angst to make it real, rather than overly dramatic. There were no editing or grammatical errors that disrupted my reading flow. I would totally recommend not only this book, and the first one is this series, but the whole Blood Rose set. With characters mentioned from previous stories, you will definitely be in for a treat as you enter their world.
 
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *
 
Merissa
Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

 

#Paranormal, #Romance, #Time_Travel, 4 out of 5 (very good)

 

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review 2017-05-18 14:24
A Vampire's Soft Embrace - Caris Roane

A new series by Caris Roane is the spin-off from her first Blood Rose series.  This one takes place after the last one and focuses on blood roses that have the ability to go back in time and the warriors that fall for them.  This first book was enjoyable, I liked the two main characters, they were strong and passionate on the page. The plot centers around the fact that Emily has loved Devyn for years, but his guilt toward's his brother's death and the fact that Emily was engaged to his twin brother, he cannot bring himself to give in to his own feelings for her.  So part of the conflict centers on Emily's battle to win Devyn and break him of his guilt.  The second part of the conflict focus on a mastyr vampire and a dark fae who have some how found a way to create Invictus pairs. Emily and Devyn have to team up to defeat this new enemy and along the way they find passion and love and Devyn is finally relieved of his guilt. It was a cute and enjoyable story.

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