Tag Archives: WoW
WoW: P.C. and Kristin Cast, House of Night
WoW: Sherrilyn Kenyon, The League
First off, I have to say I hate her name, I never know if I wrote it correctly (the “y” place keeps bothering me). 🙂 But that’s about the only thing that bothers me in regard with Mrs Kenyon. Everything else is great and I hope she lives to see my death and keeps writing until then. So I have a lifetime supply of her novels.
WoW: J.D. Robb, in Death series
WoW: Shana Galen
Anyway, I wasn’t thrilled but I will definitely give Shana Galen another try, I think there might be some goodness in it for me in the future.
WoW: Dan Brown
Wow: Keri Arthur, Riley Jenson series
WoW: Kelley Armstrong, Otherworld
WoW: Kresley Cole, IAD series
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WoW: Karen Marie Moning, The Fever series
Before I start, there is still one copy of Stephanie Laurens’ Untamed bride left – so the first commenter will win the second copy. The Romantic Query Letter won the first by commenting on a post containing the reminder.
On to Mrs Moning. 🙂 Just so to let her know, if she ever comes across my blog, I’m angry with you! The third book in the series Faefever ended on a terrible cliff hnager and now she did it again with Dreamfever. I don’t want to put any spoilers into the post, so I’ll just say, it better not have ended the way I think it has.
It frustrates me to no end when I come across a series (that has a definite ending in sight – not those that go indeterminately) and then it gets more and more interesting and I have to wait for the next installment for months. If you get interested in the Fever series, wait for the last book to come out and then start reading.
This series revolves around Fae (Seelie and Unseelie – i.e. good fae and bad fae) and the fact that people can’t see them as different (they cast glamours) unless you’re one of the sidhe-seers, which MacKayla Lane is, but has just found out. That’s the beginning and then well, all hell breaks loose. Actually, all fae breaks loose. 🙂
A bit on the dark side, but still interesting to read. I had some serious problems with Mac’s look on life (sometime still do) – she begins as young and frivoulous and although her experiences in the book make her grow up and become stronger, her young and optimistic side still peeks out of her.
There’s only one book left before the end and now I wonder what will happen in it, because even though there’s been a lot happening in the last 4 novels, there are many threads left hanging. And I still have no idea who half the characters are or what their agenda is and what motivates them or drives them to act the way they do.
Hopefully, I’ll find out soon (or soon enough) – there is still no release date on Shadowfever but I do hope it will be out before summer (so I can take it to beach with me).
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