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review SPOILER ALERT! 2015-06-09 18:09
Reawakening (Regent Vampire Lords Book 3)
Reawakening - K.L. Kreig

Romaric Dietrich was as noble as I had hoped and bravado...Wow! I love how he held back at times but was more than the over-the-top classic vampire predator at other times. The sex as usual was awesome; I am beginning to think Mr. K.L. Kreig must be grinning somewhere or hiding under a table. Ha! I hope it is not the latter - kudos for such inspiration.

The villain went in a flash. I re-read the section wondering what happened; nevertheless I felt convinced enough to accept his fate as we have two blossoming love stories to look forward Giselle and Jake and Geoffrey and Beth. Well maybe three … there is a European Lord now who may be well matched for a certain aunt with a striking resemblance to someone’s else Moira.

Keep writing and we will keep reading!

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2015-03-14 14:46
Fatal Call
Fatal Call (New Breed Novels Book 4) - Martha Bourke,Debra Hartmann,Natasha Brown

I received this book in exchange for an honest review. (LOP or Lovers of Paranormal on Goodreads)

The books that make up these “Calls” seem to be an amazing story. Reading this one was a bit of a sneak peek to see if I liked the concept and I did.  I have to admit I should have read the books before to appreciate it better.

There were so many relationships under that one roof, most of whose history I didn't know so it didn’t feel like it was a whole story but an episode which I intruded on. The book’s synopsis spoke about one couple, who as I read weren’t the main characters as their story was just part of the entire plot. I am a one couple kind of reader; it was just too many lives to root for at the same time. I was also confused how a certain couple (trying not to “spoiler”) could be having mating symptoms without getting the mating call outright. When another couple was having the same symptoms and mated. It’s either you are mating or you’re not.    

It was hard to read as a standalone book but it benefited greatly from having a wonderful writer. I’m rating it at 4 because I wanted to see more history/backstory for persons who didn’t read the entire series.  

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review 2013-08-24 00:00
Forbidden Call (New Breeds, #1)
Forbidden Call (New Breeds, #1) - Martha... Forbidden Call (New Breeds, #1) - Martha Bourke Great start to a new series. This book did suffer from the usual problems of a new series, meaning there was a lot of world-building necessary to explain the entire setup of a new breed of shifter, who the protagonist group was, what the world looks like in the alternative world, etc., etc. That can really bog down a book, and this book was indeed a little slow after the initial couple chapters (which set up our hero and heroine quickly), picking up again after the halfway mark.

The New Breed shifters are the good guys in the new world set up, called by the Mayan Goddess to serve, and given special new strength and powers to survive. As is common with some other of the genre, they start all male (except for mates), all huge, and living communally in the brotherhood mansion. Yeah, this has some similarities with other series for sure, but has some new things as well.

The last few chapters were quite exciting and interesting as the author finished the setup of the conflict for the series. Can't wait for the next one. :)

I received a complimentary copy of this book from BookRooster to review.
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