Author: Kresley Cole

Wicked Abyss by Kresley Cole, powerhouse of PNR

Kresley Cole is a powerhouse in the PNR genre. If you are a fan of the genre and you haven’t started the Immortals After Dark series, you are missing out. WICKED ABYSS is the 18th book in the series and not really characters most of the fans of the series could get behind. We’re always hoping that one of the “left-hanging” characters will get their HEA, but then she throws at us, characters that we haven’t really heard about, or really, haven’t gotten attached to. 

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NOLA StoryCon Recap

If any of you follow my twitter, or Rachel’s, or Sabrina’s, you know how we spent last weekend: Here in New Orleans at NOLA StoryCon, with about 30 authors and 300+ fellow book lovers!

You guys, it was fabulous!!!

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Arcana Rising by Kresley Cole – Release Day Review

Kresley Cole’s ‘Arcana Rising’ is the fourth installment in her Arcana Chronicles. This Young Adult Dystopian series is one of my favorites. It has it all – action, ridiculously potent characters, drama, and carnage. I waited patiently (well not so patiently) for ‘Arcana Rising’ and when I got it in my inbox – I devoured it. It didn’t disappoint. Where do I start? I can start at the beginning I guess. Please don’t read further if you have not had the pleasure of ‘Dead of Winter,’ I’m about to spoil it for you. Frankly, Cole ended the last book...

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Release Day Review: Day Zero by Kresley Cole

Kresley Cole has given the fans of her ARCANA CHRONICLES series a gift. That gift is Day Zero. The book reads like a compendium, a guide to the major players in the Arcana Chronicles series and is quite compelling. Cole pairs tactical knowledge of all the Arcana with a look into Day Zero from each characters perspectives.

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Patti’s 2015 Wrap Up

Hey all! Patti here, barely sliding it in under the end-of-year deadline (as usual, lol).  I’ve been absent from the PJV of late, but I’m determined to make the New Year a fresh start.   2015 was off to an excellent start and I had an amazing time at RT in Dallas in May, but about halfway through the year things in my personal life started to get complicated.  By September I wasn’t pretending anymore – I was overwhelmed by life and couldn’t even find joy in reading or blogging. I think I read about six books between September -December.  New...

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