Reviews - Paranormal/Fantasy

There is nothing normal about Hyacinth. After she dies, things become more complicated. She is determined to protect her nephew Geordi, who is part-demon and possesses unbelievably strong powers for a seven-year-old. While trying to protect him and figure out her love life with a ghost named Eric, she also has to deal with the dead.

Serin is determined to find some stolen magical artifacts and find the truth behind her mate’s mysterious death. She is a Water Elemental who can kick-ass with the best of them. DEA Agent Daniel Romero is also looking for answers. Like who is this badass woman who is taking down groups of men in alleys, and why is he so strongly drawn to her? 

Payson, Braden, and several others throughout their city are descendants of Atlantians known as the Aeon and held in reserve until modern day. Each born with unique gifts, Aeons naturally radiate light and love though some choose to allow darkness to wash over them, and they gladly embrace it.

Denise Hammond works best solo, but the animal activist has long had to take on a team to tackle larger facilities and rescue more animals. When one rescue results in an unexpected wolf cub, Denise takes the cub home with plans to relocate him, only to wake up in the morning with a toddler instead of a wolf cub in her house.

Alexander Manning is a five-hundred-year-old vampire, who also happens to be a doctor, a combination that threatens to cause him quite some harm, especially when he draws too much blood from his patient. When she passes out after catching him in the act, he’s duty-bound to report this to his commander, since keeping the existence of vampires a secret is key for the whole vampire community.

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