Genre: Paranormal

Why Roseblood by A.G. Howard broke my heart.

ROSEBLOOD by A.G. HOWARD 16 JANUARY, 2017 Title: Roseblood  Author: A.G. Howard Series: None listed Pages: 368 pages Publisher: Amulet Books Release Date: January 10, 2017 ISBN-10: 9781419719097 This was one of my most highly anticipated books of 2017. I thought it a little present that I was getting for Christmas. Roseblood. Roseblood. Another phenom coming from the talented A.G. Howard. I have to respectfully say, that I couldn’t stomach this book. I honestly felt that another author wrote this one… …and surely not the one that delivered the Splintered series to the world. The book is based on the legend of the Phantom of...

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Monster Monday: More Vampire Fun!

Monster Monday – Where we celebrate the most awesome, sexiest, scariest monsters that ever graced the pages of a novel. Today we celebrate the… There is nothing like a well-written Paranormal Young Adult, that mixes awesome characters, with a great story. Vampires might be a bit overplayed at times, but when they are good – they are good. Rachel Caine’s MORGANVILLE series is the epitome of a good vampire YA. Parajunkee's View Monster Pick of the Week Midnight Bites: Stories of the Morganville Vampires by Rachel Caine Series: Morganville Vampires Published by NAL on March 1st 2016 ISBN: 1101989785 Pages: 512 Source: NetGalley Also in this series: Daylighters Also by this author: Daylighters, Midnight Bites: Stories of the Morganville Vampires New York Times bestselling author Rachel Caine presents a collection of stories—including six new tales—featuring the little Texas town that’s overrun by the undead. WELCOME TO MORGANVILLE.YOU’LL NEVER WANT TO LEAVE.   By day, Morganville, Texas, is just a typical college town. By night, the vampires emerge and take control....   In a town where it’s not safe to be out after dark, student Claire Danvers and her friends have had their fair share of thrills. But Morganville still has a few secrets left to tell.   Now, in this collection, you can venture down the town’s strange streets, revisit all the tales you’ve come to love, and experience six...

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Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined by Stephanie Meyer

There were three things I was ridiculously positive about this reimagined TWILIGHT.

First, Bella as the female lead was a pitiful character, the fainting, clumsy, stuttering, wilting heroine that was only tolerable as a female lead, because as a reader I’m used to weak, wilting, damsels in distress. Yet, as a male lead, Beaufort was the lamest, pathetic, most undesirable male lead I’ve ever read.

Second, there was a part of me that wanted to love this book, devour it and fall back in love with the Twilight series.

And third, I was unconditionally and unabashedly disappointed with the Bonus Content of Twilight Reimagined.

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