I've listened to all of the "Women of the Otherworld" books, so when I heard this one it felt as if I were listening to a story about people I knew. I loved every bit of info that it filled in about Jeremy and Clay. I hope that there's another book in the works which will continue from their viewpoint.
It definitely continues to be an interesting look into the world of the supernatural, and it never gets boring.
This book gets a little graphic in its violence. I understand why it was done, but it did make me cringe...and I still don't like to remember it. I guess that's a testament to how real the books feel.
Yes, if you like the genre of witches/werewolves/vampires etc, and you like a strong female protagonist, this is a good choice.
Right at the beginning when Mercy reveals her nature...
One of the reasons I tried the series was because Lorelei King was the narrator. I really like the way she manages to give voice to each character in such a way as to bring their personality to life.
I'd place it in the top 25%
The concept of a half-vampire was new to me, so it's interesting.
I definitely got a
I love the mixture of humor, magic, romance, and nature. This book seems to have it all, and I wish there was another one already out.
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