This book is the sequel to Jaynell’s Wolf and came through with more of the wizard-were story… Kevin Santhil learns that he’s the mate to the pack alpha, James. James is the brother of Jaynell’s mate Thomas. Kevin is in turmoil about mating with James due to issues with his father and with James all about being powerful and in charge. A close friend … Continue reading
The shove you get when you first start reading this story is powerful and overwhelming, as it pushes you into a world of tragedy, heart-wrenching sadness and hope. It’s impossible to imagine the loneliness after the ultimate loss and the courage as well as determination to keep going. But all of it was implemented into this book; the emotional punches, … Continue reading
This was a good book that combined both magic and shape shifters. Jaynell Marley is one of the most powerful wizards alive carrying the magic of his dead parents and his own magic. Thomas Sparks is a huge werewolf who finds that Jaynell is his mate. Though Tomas has no magic of his own and Jaynell not being werekin, the two men fall in … Continue reading
Corbin has been stuck with the job of looking after the changing vampire, Johan. The serum seems to be working but instead of changing Johan back to human it seems to be turning him into some sort of vampire/kresnik hybrid. Corbin wants nothing more than to get out and kill the Serpent Prince, Hor, to avenge his father’s death. There’s a slow growing affection … Continue reading
Kenzie and Dennis have been together for 17 years, in an “open” relationship. Kenzie has been with others twice but Dennis has been more so. One day Kenzie comes home to find Dennis crying in the guest room, and the story comes out that Dennis had cheated (is it called cheating if the relationship is open, though?), fallen in love and was … Continue reading
This was an amazing and beautiful told story about a nineteen year old man struggling to live after a childhood of mental and sexual abuse that started at age eight. Kaden is barely getting by in New York City. He can’t hold down a job because of his mental state and his fear of big men which stems back to his step-father raping and torturing … Continue reading
This is the third book by Josh Lanyon I’ve read and once again, I was not disappointed. In just under 150 pages, both main and secondary characters are well described and developed, realistic motivations and actions draw the reader immediately into the story and a murder mystery occurs and is believably solved.
This story is told from the POV of the main character, Swift, … Continue reading
Wow my hat is off to you Mr. Klune, this book was awesome. This story was a beautiful emotional roller coaster ride. Told in the first person by Bear, it made me feel everything that he felt. The love that he had for his little brother Ty was tremendous. This story was really about all the kinds of love we have in our lives and how they affect … Continue reading
What attracted me first to this book were motorcycles. Immediately I saw wild tattooed men, a bad boy getting the girl and judgmental society proved wrong by the main protagonists.
While all of the above was included in the story, the plot went a bit differently.
It all starts with Marley leaving her sister’s son, Peter, a boy she raised from … Continue reading
C.J. Lyon’s debut novel Lifelines was pure enjoyment to read, from beginning to end, I read it in less than two days, wonderful plot and great secondary characters, a must for anyone who loves a well told story!