I love Juliet Blackwell's writing style. Her main characters always are polite and thoughtful with a dash of humility. Mel is no different she's a smart confident woman (although she doesn't know it) working in a man's world. After reading this book I immediately bought the next. If or when your looking for good clean fun stop right here.
Our girl Mel uses her gift and turns a bed of nails into a Cozy (and safe) Bed and Breakfast. Another fun little adventure that makes you wish you could see ghosts.
With this book we get to know our main characters a little better and the author does a great job describing the scene. As the mystery unravels you find yourself totally changing your mind from what you first thought of some of the guest characters. And as always there is a little history lesson about San Francisco. Enjoy!
By the time I got to the 11th book in this series it felt like all the Brothers were good friends and my emotional attachments to them made this one of the most enjoyable book in the series.
I'm going to go with the obvious, Quinn. Especially because he save the life of my favorite Brother.
He did the whole series and I think he was an excellent choice. He, like the author, keep it pretty consistent.
First time in all my life I ever got hot over a male on male sex scene. Maybe it is because this love affair had been building for several books. Truthfully all the books in this series made me laugh and cry.
Such a great series and so well written. The writing style is fresh and different for this genre, she has a real solid point of view and every character is super cool. You know I can't say that every series that I have read, by whoever, continually puts out a good product after 11 books but I can surely say this about The Black Dagger Brotherhood. I can't wait for the next book in the series.
This book was so fun it was in a class by itself.
I guess the Black Dagger Brotherhood may compare. If you like this series you would like BDB. The world building is very detailed and stays consistent even though each book is about a different set of lovers.
I did have an extreme reaction to these characters, the Werewolves were a hoot and when they finally get down to it, it's hot.
So far I've loved every book in this series except the last one and only because I haven't read it yet. The author does have a formula that by the 3rd book you've figured out but have no fear the mental masturbation does get relieved eventually so once you've read a few you can deal more easily. But although you can predict some of it, the story lines are great, they're well written and a whole lot of fun. I'd recommend this series to all my girls at work.
I went through this entire series twice.
I would recommend this series to anyone who read the Sookie Stackhouse series and vise versa.
Wouldn't that be great. It would mean that I didn't have to work and I was sitting around eating Bon Bons and listening to MaryJanice Davidson all day. Not a bad way to live.
My husband says I have a lot in common with this character.
I loved how there was this first love in a place that was sometimes very cold and unforgiving.
Tris is strong and vulnerable and all the things I love in a main character.
After the final exam in Tobais's apartment when they talk about having sex.
Can't wait for the next book!!!!!
I loved when they escaped to the beach house. Living on the water all my life I could imagine hearing and smelling the ocean while I walked on the beach with our star crossed lovers listening on there private conversation.
The sex was great! More real to me than in most stories.
I'm not sure if I've heard any other Jill Redfield performances but she did a great job on the Crossfire novels.
For the love of obsesion.
I can't wait for the next book!!!!!!!!
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