Reviews - Paranormal/Fantasy

As a priest in a small-town village, one might expect Penny White’s life would be rather bland and boring. It’s anything but, though. Dealing with parallel worlds, roaming with mythical creatures, and dealing with the demanding vampire population roaming through her town, she has more than enough on her plate. Then, Penny is enrolled to help bring back a stolen submarine to Britain.

Parentless and caring for an ailing sister, Neriza sees an ad in the paper that gives her some hope. After all, she has something that most Blood Courtesan’s don’t have, something that could secure her future.  It turns out her client is the man of her dreams, the sexy-as-sin vampire rock star, Lyric Rivers, but he wants nothing to do with her.

In order to secure his pack’s survival, Jerome has to think outside the box, but convincing the rest of the supernatural world won’t be so easy. Traveling with Jerome to speak to the council, Sterling wants to make sure that Jerome makes it out of the meeting alive.

Vaughn Taggart is an MMA fighter who fled from his family and his growing psychic abilities, but his sister’s urgent plea for help has Vaughn returning to their Wyoming ranch. Mariah West is new in town and finds Vaughn forever underfoot. While he’s powerfully muscled, he’s also quite nerve-racking.

After awakening from a three-year coma, Gray discovers she has been betrayed by her lover who has since joined a dangerous organization that takes humans and witches and turns them into hybrids against their will. Becoming a Dhampir was not Gray’s choice, and she can’t allow the Consilium to do this to anyone else.

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