That hot guy tied to Lissianna Argeneau's bed? He's not dessert - he's the main course....
The last thing Sid remembered was being enlisted to protect a vulnerable young woman in the coastal town of Sea Haven....
Hugh Ellingham has only agreed to marriage to make his overbearing grandmother happy. In 30 days, whatever bridezilla shows up at his door will be escorted right back out....
The first novel of J. R. Ward's New York Times best-selling Black Dagger Brotherhood series features a unique take on vampire lore and heavy doses of sensuality....
Vampyres don't exist. They absolutely do not exist. At least I didn't think they did 'til I tried to quit smoking and ended up Undead....
Paradise, blooded daughter of the king's first advisor, is ready to break free from the restrictive life of an aristocratic female....
Seth is new to immortality, but he's sharp and strong...and he'll risk anything for the rogues' strange female captive, a secretive creature he doesn't understand but feels compelled to save. Vixen is confused by the emotions that swirl through her at the sight of her impulsive hero. She only hopes the brutal Gregor and his bloodthirsty renegades will leave her alive long enough to explore them. Or will Reaper himself be the one to destroy them all?
There are four female 'leads' in this one. One of the lead females has the mentality/emotions of a child and I found myself rolling my eyes a few times because of it. She was just TOO innocent and sheltered and it made me, at points, want to gag.
Another female lead was stupid and hardheaded and you wanted to choke her.
The other two were pretty strong and I'm sure, when their time comes, they'll have good books.
The men were well written and interesting. They didn't have a lot of gag worthy moments.
If you're looking for a sexual book, don't look here. There are, if I remember correctly, only two love scenes in this.
I sometimes think it was spread too thin but it was the first in this 'series' and it has to introduce a lot of people to move the series forward.
For Maggie Shayne, I enjoyed it and I'm looking forward to her next piece.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful
I've always been a Maggie Shayne fan, but Christian Rummel really brought it to life. The voice made the story all the better and kept me interested through the entire story.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
This story had all the elements to make a great story. I just kept waiting for it to happen. I made it all the way to the end and then it just ended. Through the entire book I was expecting something to happen to warrant listening to the end and then nothing.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Well writen, well read, but slightly predictable.
5 of 7 people found this review helpful
I haven't read a lot by Maggie Shayne but this is really good. It's a series and I can't wait to read the next one!
2 of 3 people found this review helpful
I get what some of you people are saying about the ending and it maybe being a little anti-climactic. I might have felt that way if I hadn't known that there was more. I personally thought this was well written, wrapped up well enough but left it wide open for upcoming books. I can't wait!