Loganville, GA, United States
No, I will not. I did not get to finish the book. The line up of dragon brothers living in a luxury hidden lair is the Leader, the Best Friend, the Computer Geek ,the Troubled Dangerous Anti-Social One, and another one who didn't make any impression of distinct personality on me besides he's green in dragon form. They have a fussy butler/servant to cook them waffles and do their laundry. There is a homicide detective that can sense dragon "issues". The dragon-men wear "@!*#kickers", they call each other "warrior" and "brother", and they "feed" off "females". They go a dance club where bodies are "writhing", music is pumping, and people are having private time in the dark corners. The brothers sit in the VIP area, and drink brand-name alcohol while looking for their enemies or females to feed off of. The patrons "part like the red sea" when these over six-foot tall sex-gods wearing "leathers", and "rolling" with menace, cross the room. The males like to feed their females. They think of their females as "worthy" or "of worth". The dragon-boys have names along the same lines as the BDB boys. The dragon-boys have magic that makes them invisible to humans. The dragon-boys can't go outside during the day because of the sun light.
Those are just a tiny fraction of the similarities between this story and the Black Dagger Brotherhood series, but you get the idea.
Have no idea, did not finish the book.
Benjamin L. Darcie was great ad a performance.
There are follow-up books, but I will not be reading nor listening
Chilling, delicious and sexy
Stranded on the lonely highway at night, someone sitting in a darken car, without the headlights, Amelia without cell phone signal, and twin headlights appearing in the distance the moment she felt the end was unknown. Amelia ran into the streets like her life depended on it, and Detective John Devlin stepped out of his vehicle. That was my shortness of breathe moment.
My favorite scene was when John Devlin stood in the hall way of the restroom. Someone bumped into Amelia, and she landed on his crest. For a moment, she imagined John caressing her lips with feather like touch, and the barest touch to her lips.
My moving moment was when Detective John Devlin jumped down into a completely dark crevasse to protect Amelia when she screamed from unknown forces.
Three rules given to me by my father:
1. Never acknowledge the dead. If you do, they'll feed off your energy like parasites, slowly draining your life away.
2. Never stray too far from hallowed ground, you're safe there.
3. Keep your distance from people who are haunted. They are a terrible threat and can't be trusted.
4. Never, Aver tempt fate.
Simple rules, really. But for Amelia those rules have prevented her from having any kind of a normal life. Still, she finds happiness in her job as a respected cemetery restorer and has made a happy, if isolated, life for herself.
The performer, Khristine Hvam was spur with the southern accent. Made the book more enjoyable.
No, Great poetry style writing, but this book literally could be taken from the Shana Abe Drakon series. So instead of Dragons we have panthers, but both are set in England, both have factions scattered around the world, both are in hiding for the colony's protection, and both deal with the premise of bringing someone back to the fold. For as well written as it was I wished the story was not so similar. Don't get me wrong I will most likely purchase her next book because she was a good writer, but I will just like to read something with less similarities from another author.
Justine Eyre is in a class of her own. I love her style or reading.
Not really, since it seem so familar.
No really, I love listening, because it sets the seen as watching a movie.
This story grabbed me from the very beginning. I couldn't put it down until I finished it.
I love how all of the men in Heather's books are strong, masculine, sexy men and Gabe is no exception. Juliette is every bit as strong as Gabe which makes for amazing chemistry and passion. The setting in Scotland is magical. The way Heather describes it makes you feel like you belong there. The shocker!!!! (drum roll, Azrael's archesses is revealed!!)
The written scenes of Scotland.
Yes, Azrael's archesses is revealed
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