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Review: The Real Werewives of Vampire County by Alexandra Ivy, Angie Fox, Tami Dane and Jess Haines

Home > Review > The Real Werewives of Vampire County by Alexandra Ivy, Angie Fox, Tami Dane and Jess Haines Title: The Real Werewives of Vampire County by Authors: Alexandra Ivy, Angie Fox, Tami Dane and Jess Haines Genre: Anthology, Adult, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy Links: Web  Purchase Online Rating: PJ’s QUICKIE POV: When done well, a tongue-in-cheek paranormal romance can be both laugh out loud funny and über sexy in the same instance. Kensington put together four great examples of this type of writing in ‘The Real Werewives of Vampire County.’ With heavy hitters like Alexandra Ivy’s ‘Where Darkness Lives’ you won’t be disappointed with this anthology. The only author I had read before was Ivy and now I have three new authors to “catch up with.” ‘Where Darkness Lives’ by Alexandra Ivy A tiny addition to her ‘Guardians of Eternity’ series, Ivy introduces us to Sophia, pure blood were and known as the ‘bitch of all bitches’, mother of the four were sisters in her series. Attempts on her life have forced her to hire a bodyguard, she goes outside of her family because she wants to have control. Like most PNRs, she doesn’t plan on going gaga over her über hot new bodyguard and especially not having him force his way into her life and take control, but it happens. Sophia is constantly being referred to...

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Review: Fighting to Survive by Rhiannon Frater

Home > Review > The First Days: As The World Dies by Rhiannon Frater Title: Fighting to Survive by Rhiannon Frater Series: As The World Dies #2 Genre: Adult, Horror, Zombies Author Links: Web Twitter  Purchase Online Rating: PJ’s QUICKIE POV: The zombie obsession continues with Rhiannon Frater’s second installment in her ‘As The World Dies’ series, ‘Fighting to Survive.’ One of those books that I was hopelessly anticipating, ‘Fighting to Survive’ did not disappoint. There was plenty of action, suitable psychotic moments and a smidge of romance to keep me interested, not to mention zombies galore! If you haven’t read Rhiannon Frater’s first book in the series ‘The First Days’, I highly recommend that you march your petunia to the book store and buy it now. You can read my review of ‘The First Days‘ here. Already read it…well read on my friend. REVIEW: The survivors have settled in to their new life, one where they live in tents in the shadow of the construction site with a huge wall separating them from the horde of hungry undead. There are things that they must accomplish but they know that doing so will put themselves at risk. For one, they need more space, so the hotel is the only option right now, but filled with undead hotel staff, it won’t be easy. Then, there are the living, the scum...

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The First Days: As The World Dies by Rhiannon Frater

Home > Review > The First Days: As The World Dies by Rhiannon Frater Genre: Adult, Horror ParaElement: Zombies Order Online: Stalk the Author: Web | Twitter Review copy provided by publisher. You can win this book! Scroll down for more info. PJ’s QUICKIE POV: I have something for Zombies. It’s this little problem I have, kind of an obsession. There is something about the entire human race turning into mad, flesh eating monsters that just scares the pants off me. So, now that you know my zombie junkee status, the book that recently fueled my addiction is THE FIRST DAYS which starts out with a bang and soon degrades into zombie lunacy. I was scared, I was disgusted, I was biting my nails, turning page after page. It was a zombie movie in book form, with the same terror inducing action but at the same time it invoked the same thin plot sequences that are rampant in zombie movies and sometimes cheesy interaction of characters. Yet, we always look past that, right? Directly into the chomping jaws of the fast approaching zombie… REVIEW: This little poignant number opens with a woman in a pink bathrobe, standing on her lawn. She is staring at her front door as tiny fingers are shoving themselves under the crack trying to get at her. The fingers of her three year old...

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Review: Where Demons Fear to Tread by Stephanie Chong

Home > Review > Where Demons Fear to Tread by Stephanie Chong Genre: Adult, Paranormal RomancePara Element: Angels & DemonsOrder Online:  Amazon.comStalk the Author: Web | Facebook | Twitter  Provided for review in exchange of an honest review. PJ’s QUICKIE POV: Tired of the boring paranormal romance interplay and algorithm? Give WHERE DEMONS FEAR TO TREAD a try! It’s a fresh take on paranormal romance, where both characters give equally and the plot is well flushed out and interesting. Top that off with some freaky and thrilling scenes, along with a underlying philosophy that will actually have you thinking, you’ve got yourself one interesting read! REVIEW: In a world rife with angels and demons exists a fledgling guardian angel Serena St. Clair. Serena loves being an angel, but sometimes being good all the time can be overwhelming. Her latest assignment is Nick, a hot young actor that is on a downward spiral. Serena follows him to a nightclub called the Devil’s Paradise and too late she realizes that it is a nest of demons, ruled by the very powerful arch demon, Julian Ascher. Julian is used to getting exactly what he wants, when he wants it and one look at the innocent Serena St. Clair and he knows corrupting a cute little guardian angel might be just the ticket to spice up his life. Julian has a one-track mind and...

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