Wednesday, June 24, 2015

ARC Review: Highland Wolf Pact Compromising Positions by Selena Kitt Wolf Pact: Compromising Positions
by Selena Kitt
Series: Scottish Werewolf Shifter (#2)
Published by: Excessica Publishing
June 2nd 2015
Genre: Historical Romance, Paranormal
Format: eARC
Source: Author

Rating: 5 Stars

     Well I got my wish. This is Kristin's book and like Sybil and Raife's I loved every single minute of it. This book takes place just a bit after Darrow is injured in the first book and before Raife and Sybil's reconciliation.

     It was fun to see how things happened in the first book behind the scenes as it were. How everything went about and how Donal was truly in cahoot with Kristin to make Raife talked to Sybil so she could explain.

     I was convinced by this story's development as they were looking for a cure since book one. And the way it was told it was truly believable. I was transported to the time this book took place and I felt the chemistry between Donal and Kristen from the beginning. And as with book one I like the fact that they didn't just fall onto bed together the first chance they got (although it was faster than Raife and Sybil, maybe because it was a shorter story) but it still hot as heck when they did.

     I liked how both books were interwoven and at the same time were completely apart. I really would have liked to get more books in the series (Lorein for example) but I think it's a trilogy with Highland Wolf Pact: Blood Reign been the last one.

     I can't wait for the last book but I'll still pray for more books.

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Review: Second Grave on the Left by Darynda Jones Grave on the Left
by Darynda Jones
Series: Charley Davidson (#2)
Published by: St. Martin's Press
August 16th 2011
Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal, Humor
Format: Hardcover
Source: Borrowed (Public Library)

Rating: 4 Stars

     This story had a lot of acronyms attached to it, among then been OMG and WTF. I couldn't read it fast enough (I'm not a fast reader plus I had to work) but it was worth every moment I spent on it.

     Charley is still witty and fun and charismatic. She is still 100 percent team Reyes (yes lady keep your eyes over there not my Swopes) and still been the best consultant for the police department in between doing her private investigator stuff and helping the dead find closure.

     I think Cookie should ask for more payment! She is a miracle worker and a fast researcher. But when this two get together there is some strong friendship in there even if Cooks is older that Charley. I think their friendship gives the story a more sentimental value then anything else and I don't think this books would work without that.

     As for poor Reyes that guy is more screwed with a capital F than any one person should. But he is the son of Satan after all so I don't think he can have it all sunshine and flowers. I just think the dude should get at least one brake from all the crazy.

     I can wait for more of this series and more of my man Swopes!


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