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Thursday, January 14, 2016

Suvi's Revenge (Rowan Sister's Trilogy, Book 3) by Brenda Trim and Tami Julka

Suvi's Revenge (Rowan Sisters' Trilogy Book 3)Suvi's Revenge (Rowan Sister's Trilogy, Book 3) 
by Brenda Trim and Tami Julka


My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars


Suvi is the youngest of the Rowan triplets, and now that her sisters are mated, she is ready for her mate, and when a young, handsome vampire walks into the store looking for help, Suvi is more than ready to promise him the world.

Caine woke up in a dungeon this morning, with no idea what was going on. Now he is accussed of murder and only has seventy-two hours to clear his name, only problem he is a vampire and can't go out in the sun. At least the Vampire King, Zander and the doctor, Jace pointed him in the direction of the Rowan sisters, and he sure hoped they could help.

Caine and Suvi are pulled together at once and at first they just think it is desire, but within hours they realize that they are Fated Mates, and they are pretty sure there is more to his being framed for murder than meets the eye. When the sisters and their mates go back to the scene and use a spell to see what really happened they are sure that Cele is behind it all. Now they just need to tell the Vampire King and hopefully enlist his help in taking down Cele.

This is the third book in the Rowan Sisters and it ties up their lives quite well. At the same time, the Dark Warriors are featured even more in the book, partly because Suvi's mate is a vampire and partly because the sisters are now stronger that they are mated and the realm needs them to work with the Dark Warriors to get rid of the archdemon.

The Dark Warrior Alliance and The Rowan Sisters intertwine a great deal. It's probably really best if you read the first three books of the Dark Alliance before you read the Rowan Sisters. The next scheduled book coming out in the Dark Alliance, I can already see glimpses of the sisters being involved in that as well.

This is more about the mates, more romance, but there is still the action and fighting, evil priestess Cele is still at it, and then there is that easy flowing humor that comes from a tight-knit family atmosphere to everyone in the book.


Rowan Sister's Trilogy:
1. Pema's Storm
2. Isis' Betrayal
3. Suvi's Revenge


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Isis' Betrayal (Rowan Sister's Trilogy, Book 2) by Brenda Trim and Tami Julka

Isis' Betrayal (Rowan Sister's Trilogy, Book 2)Isis' Betrayal (Rowan Sister's Trilogy, Book 2) 
by Brenda Trim and Tami Julka


My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

Life has changed for the Rowan Sister's now that Pema has found her Fated Mate, and sometimes Isis and Suvi just have to get out of the house. Confetti Too, the realm nightclub is open and doing business, and having to be rebuilt due to an archdemon and skirm attack not too long ago. Isis is expecting nothing more than another night of drinking and dancing, only to find herself talking most of the night to a cambion; that is part human, part fire demon.

Braeden is new to town, a metal artist with a son, and not really into the idea of being at the bar, and talking to Isis is making him feel even worse. He can tell she is innocent and sweet, but he has troubles. Cele has kidnapped his son, Donavon and is holding him hostage until he gets something on the sisters for her to use against them. She's also made sure that there is no way he can tell her what is going on. Bad thing is he has no idea why she picked him!

After a date to a music festival, where Braeden and Isis learn they are fated mates, things get even more complicated. Leave it to the sisters to figure out a way to work around whatever Cele is planning because not only are the young and talented, they have love and the Goddess on their side.

This is the second book in the Rowan sisters, and you really should read Pema first, it helps explain the issues with Cele a little better. It is also probably best if you read the Dark Warrior Alliance Series, or at least the first three books, before you start this book. The Rowan sisters are introduced in the second book of the Dark Alliance series, and the characters from that series show up in this series over and over again, so getting to know them in their series first is probably best, but you can do it without.

The sisters trilogy is more about the romance of the fated mates, but there is still action, magic and fighting. Of course there is light-hearted humor and fun as well.


Rowan Sister's Trilogy:
1. Pema's Storm
2. Isis's Betrayal
3. Suvi's Revenge


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Pema's Storm (Rowan Sister's Trilogy, Book 1) by Brenda Trim and Tami Julka

Pema's Storm (Rowan Sister's Trilogy, Book 1)Pema's Storm (Rowan Sister's Trilogy, Book 1) 
by Brenda Trim and Tami Julka


My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

No matter what world you live in, triplets are rare, and in the Tehrex Realm where having children is rare, triplets are even more rare. In fact Pema and her sisters are the only known set of triplets, and it doesn't help that they are witches, only twenty-seven, and have a prophesy about them, or so it is said. Pema and her sisters own a store catering to the human and supernatural world, Black Moon Sabbat, and selling crystals and mild potions along with tarot card readings are their main thing, although the supernatural world knows they can help with real magic when needed.

Ronan is a bear-shifter and new to town, having taken a job with security at the new Confetti Too club for the members of the supernatural world. In all his life he has only had one girlfriend, and he thinks she is the best there is so he comes into Black Moon Sabbat for help, only to be knocked for a loop when he see's Pema. Never has his body reacted to the sight of a female like that before and he is lost as to what it could possibly mean.

Things get more complicated when Ronan's ex-girlfriend turns out to be Claire Wells, who hates the sisters, and daughter of Cele Wells, the realm's High Priestess. Cele has been trying for years to figure out a way to get the triplets power and to take over the realm, although not everyone knows that in the beginning. When Ronan picks Pema over Claire, sparks fly and Claire seeks revenge, no matter what her mother's plans might be.

If you have read the Dark Warrior Alliance you will have met the Rowan sisters in book 2 with Jace and Cailyn. If you haven't read that series, you really should because that series really comes before this series, and the characters in that series carry over into this series and you see them again here and there throughout the book.

The Rowan Sister's is more of the romance, fated mates story, but there is still some action, adventure and magic. There is also the humor that only comes from the author's books. Really and awesome read.


Rowan Sister's Trilogy:
1. Pema's Storm
2. Isis's Betrayal
3. Suvi's Revenge


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Mistletoe & Mayhem (Dark Alliance, Book 3.5) by Brenda Trim and Tami Julka

Mistletoe & Mayhem (Dark Warrior Alliance, Book 3.5)Mistletoe & Mayhem (Dark Alliance, Book 3.5) 
by Brenda Trim and Tami Julka


My rating: 4.2 of 5 stars

Everything in Jessi's life has been turned upside down all because of a car accident, and the bite of an archdemon. Now, she is dhampire, part vampire and part demon. She's been staying with her best friend Cailyn, and her sister Elise, who just happens to be married to the Vampire King. They have been helping her adjust to this new life. Now she is headed home to break the news to her parents.

James is a shifter, new in town and just riding by when he sees Jessi at the gas station and can't help but stop and flirt a little. Thing is it is more than flirting, its full on lust, or at least that is what he is thinking. He asks her where to find food and she mentions a little local hangout, maybe she will see him there later.

Mistletoe and Mayhem is a really short little short that slides into the Dark Warrior Alliance Series. It mentions events that are currently occurring during book 3, so timing wise it is after book 2, which is when we are introduced to Jessi and she is involved in the car accident, and before about the middle of book 3. This book gives us a little closure, so to speak on Jessi.

Although it is really short - only took me about half an hour to read, and it moves pretty fast, you kinda know what is coming in a way, this is just a sweet little Christmas romance, in that it takes place away from all the fighting and violence of the supernatural world, and is just about two people running into each other and finding their mate.

Another great book in the series!!!

Dark Alliance Series:
1. Dream Warrior
2. Mystick Warrior
3. Deviant Warrior
3.5 Mistletoe & Mayhem
4. Scarred Warrior - (originally slated to release winter of 2015 - not released yet)


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Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Dark Alliance Series - Rowan Sister's

Series Info Post


As some of you know from reading in the past, once I get hooked into a series, I like to read it all and then I like to tell you what the full series is, in order, so that you can read it in order and if the author has any other series.

In this case, the two series actually intertwine slightly. We meet the Rowan sisters in Book 2 of the Dark Alliance, and they work some magic to answer a few questions for the Warriors. Now I haven't read the  Rowan Sisters yet, so I am not sure if the Warriors show up in there as well, but its still kinda fun to know there was a lot of thought put into both series.

**UPDATE 1/14*** After writing this yesterday, I downloaded all the Rowan Sisters Trilogy to my Kindle and read them last night, so they are now reviewed, and they did not disappoint!! They are slightly more about the Fated Mates and a little less violence, but there is still some action and magic, evil and a bad witch to take care of. Oh, and to answer the previous question, yes the Dark Warriors show up in the Rowan Sisters, a little in book one, more in book two and even more in book three.

Well, The Dark Alliance Series that I read yesterday is amazing!! In fact I haven't read anything like it since I discovered Sherrilynn Kenyon and The League Series!!! OMG, that was fabulous!!!  In fact, I read and reviewed all 12 books in that series! I was hoping that she would write a few more in that series because there were still characters I would have liked to have seen a story about, but for now I am waiting and moving on.

So far in the Dark Alliance series there are four published books, and one referenced in the back of book 3, but it has not released yet. I will update this as soon as it comes out and I am still hoping at a couple more might be coming in this series as well! There are a few other characters (Bhric, Breslin, Orlando, Rhys) that I would like to see have their own story.

My suggestion would be to read Dark Alliance books 1 and 2, before you start the Rowan Sisters, and to definitely have Dark Alliance book 3 read before you read Rowan Sisters book 3 (or it just might spoil it a touch for you). That seems to be the timeline of the stories and the way that they work together. They really do almost read as one series with two branches, more than two series separately. 


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Deviant Warrior (Dark Alliance, Book 3) by Brenda Trim, Tami Julka

Deviant Warrior (Dark Warrior Alliance Book #3 )Deviant Warrior (Dark Alliance, Book 3)  
by Brenda Trim, Tami Julka


My rating: 4.8 of 5 stars


Kyran may be a Dark Warrior, he may fight demons and skrim on a daily basis, but he has his own personal demons that he has yet to deal with, instead of pushing them under the surface all the time and numbing the pain with alcohol and deviant sex.

Mackendra may hide the scars on the outside with tattoos, but the scars on the inside run just as deep if not deeper, and she is pretty stubborn once she gets an idea in her head. She's been told twice now that the villains she's been fighting aren't vampire like she thought but skirm, and that vampire are good, but she refuses to listen.

When good friend Elise has a premonition of a fire at her home, Kyran is there is rescue her before anyone else knows what has happened, only probably, somehow Kyran and Mackendra slip though a portal to another realm that no one can seem to open again. Now they are stuck together, and she still thinks he's the enemy, to find a way home!

Deviant Warrior is the story of Kyran and Mackendra, and although most of the book is focused on them in the realm they landed and their struggles trying to get home, we do see the rest of the warriors on this side doing everything they can to find a way to get to them to help. Turns out the Goddess knew what she was doing when she trapped them away from everyone else with only each other to depend on.

This is the third book in the Dark Warrior Alliance, and it is amazing in that is brings some light on the history of Kyran and Zander, their upbringing, and their parents deaths. Kyran has always blamed himself, even though he was still a child, and his mother pleaded with him not to show himself, to save his brother and sister. It takes a hard woman like Mackendra, who grew up without the loving family he had to get him to see through his guilt and pain.

I'm serious, I can't get enough of this series!! I have enjoyed them all and wanted to learn more are more about each character. I honestly hope that are at least two more planned beyond what is already planned. They have to to hit everyone in the family at some point, or at least I want them to hit everyone!!

Dark Alliance Series:
1. Dream Warrior
2. Mystik Warrior
3. Deviant Warrior
3.5 Mistletoe & Mayhem
4. Scarred Warrior - (originally slated to release 2015 - not released yet)



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Mystik Warrior (Dark Alliance Series, Book 2) by Brenda Trim, Tami Julka

Mystik Warrior (Dark Warrior Alliance, Book 2)Mystik Warrior (Dark Alliance Series, Book 2) 
by Brenda Trim, Tami Julka


My rating: 4.8 of 5 stars


Jace may be a doctor to the world around him, but he is a centuries old sorcerer with a heart of gold and scars that run deep. When he learns that Cailyn may be in danger, he is ready to run to her aid, even if thoughts of her sacre him to his core.

Ever since the day that Jace walked into her sister Elise's apartment with Rhys, to bring over a television, Cailyn has become undo. Her nice orderly world is in question. she thought she wanted safe and stable, but there is something in Jace that sets off every deep dark fantasy that she could ever dream of and then some!

Mystick Warrior is the story of Jace and Cailyn. How they learn to talk to each other, come together, over come their pasts and find that fated mates is something to enjoy and relish, not to run away from.

Mystick Warrior is the second book in the Dark Warrior Alliance Series, and in book one, we were introduced to Jace, the sorcerer and doctor, who lives at Zeum with the other Dark Warriors. Cailyn is Elise's older sister, and although she was in San Francisco most of book one, she does know what is going on, having been involved in a major fight outside a club on Elise's graduation. Still the whole fated mate thing, while she loves it for her sister, is scaring her just a little, and to that the fact that Jace doesn't seem to like her, she thinks.

In this story we learn Jace's history and the horrors and tortures that he endured, and with Cailyn's help, he might just learn to over come them, that is if he can release himself from the guilt and tell her about it all.

Let me just tell you, this series has me HOOKED!! I read book one in a couple hours, didn't even close my kindle, but immediately went and bought the rest of the series that was available at the time! Yes, I am one of those readers, when I find a writer - or team of writers in this case - that draws me into the characters to the point that I just have to know what is happening, then I have to read the whole series!!


Dark Alliance Series:
1. Dream Warrior
2. Mystik Warrior
3. Deviant Warrior
3.5 Mistletoe & Mayham
4. Scarred Warrior - (orginally slated for 2015 release - not released as of yet)


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Dream Warrior (Dark Alliance Series, Book 1) by Brenda Trim, Tami Julka

Dream Warrior  (Dark Warrior Alliance #1)Dream Warrior (Dark Alliance Series, Book 1)
by Brenda Trim, Tami Julka


My rating: 4.8 of 5 stars 


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Life was simple, Elise always thought, there was nothing extraordinary out there, just regular people living the same as she was, until the day her world was turned upside down. Her husband Dalton was murdered, and what the police didn't admit, but Elise had seen was that it was not a human killer. She thought is was a vampire and joined a vigilante group that went out at night killing them, only there was was so much more to the world than what Elise could ever imagine. A chance encounter at a burrito restaurant brings her face to face with the Vampire King, Zander, and neither of them can get the other out of their thoughts or dreams. To make matters worse, a new archdemon has arrived in town, and the fight between the dark and light is getting intense. Dream Warrior is the story of Zander and Elise, the delicate and complicated dance they do as she has to heal from the death of her husband, to then accepting the reality of the world, and then becoming part of this new world. Authors Brenda Trim and Tami Julka create an amazingly complex and romantic, yet dangerous world of supernaturals. Full of adventure and fighting, while at the same time a delicate, sweet romance of fated mates and everlasting love is playing out on the side.

Dream Warrior is the first book in the Dark Alliance series. Not only is this the story of Zander and Elise, we are introduced to the whole extended family of the Dark Warriors. Authors Brenda Trim and Tami Julka do such a wonderful job of creating characters that you can't help but fall for, you want to know what happens, you root for them, cry with them, cheer with them, and keep reading until you turn that last page. There is plenty of action, fighting and adventure, twists and turns around every page that keeps you on the edge of your seat. At the same time, there is the tender and steamy story of the complicated dance of fated mates, one immortal mate forever, that the Goddess has chosen for you. I mean, who doesn't love a steamy love story, but at the same time, the idea that you had no say in the matter. This is a wonderful book. Yes there is violence and steamy romance in the book, so as long as you are ok with that you will love this book! In fact, you will probably devour it and be rushing to find the rest of the series, if you are anything like I was! Enjoy!!


Dark Alliance Series:
1. Dream Warrior
2. Mystik Warrior
3. Deviant Warrior
3.5. Mistletoe & Mayham 
4.  Scarred Warrior  (originally slated for 2015 release - not released as of yet)


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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Whisper: A Lakeview Novel (Lakeview Academy Series, Book 1) by Stacey R. Campbell

Whisper (Lakeview #2)Whisper: A Lakeview Novel (Lakeview Academy Series, Book 1)
by Stacey R. Campbell


My rating: 4 of 5 stars


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Lakeview Academy is a centuries old boarding school on 300 mountain acres in Canada, that started out for boys and now admits girls and boys for 8th thru 12th grades. It also holds its own secrets and resident ghosts, or so the stories go. Leigh is in her senior year, but her best friend Blakely's, who graduated last year, younger sister Halle is starting this year and Leigh is going to be her "big sister". Halle is overjoyed about the ghosts, the mysteries and secrets of the school and she can't wait to find out more. It helps that the original building that housed the founder's family is being renovated this year. The seniors are tapped to clean the attic since they are the only ones on campus at the time. Halle tags along with Leigh, and in the process finds an old diary. Whisper is the story of the adventure that follows as Halle entrusts a few seniors, Leigh and her roommate Christi, her boyfriend David and his best friend Callum, who just happens to be a descent of the founding family; to help find a lost treasure mentioned in the diary. Author Stacey R. Campbell creates an engaging and compelling story that make you want to keep reading and find out what happens.

Whisper is actually the second book in the Lakeview Academy series, but it stands on its own quite well. I did not read the first book, and was able to follow along without problem, although now I do want to go back and read the first. Enough key information was relayed in this book that you are not lost. Not only do you have this treasure hunt going on, but you have this tension between Callum and Leigh, which has been going on since their first year. Author Stacey R. Campbell does a wonderful job writing characters that you want to know, you want to read, and you find yourself rooting for and wanting to see them find what they are looking for, among other things. This book is a great read for middle school on up readers. It is clean, there is no sex, although there are references to it, it's not actually seen or described, and there is no violence at all. I would be willing to let my 6th grader read this book. Enjoy readers!

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Guardian (The Guardian Series, Book 1) by Sara Mack

Guardian (The Guardian Trilogy, #1)Guardian (The Guardian Series, Book 1) 
by Sara Mack


My rating: 4 of 5 stars


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How do you deal when everything has collapsed around you? At least to Emma, the whole world has collapsed and there is no reason to go on, her boyfriend James has died and she has no will to carry on. Her family and friends are worried, so her best friend Shel comes to stay for awhile, and tries to make Emma face life again. Which might have worked, if only James' spirit hadn't started talking to Emma. Now she is trying to let everyone around her think she is fine and moving on, while she is living just to spend time with James' spirit. Guardian is the position that James agreed to take in able to remain as a spirit on earth and be able to watch over Emma, the problem is, he is not suppose to be spending so much time with her, he is supposed to be training and learning to be a Guardian to someone. Author Sara Mack creates an amazing tale of young love, cut short by death, and the effects of choices on life afterwards.

Guardian is said to be the first in a series, which is good, because a number of questions are left unanswered in the first book. In this book though, we learn a great deal about James and Emma's relationship through flashbacks and dreams, which are well written and fit into the story wonderfully. From the start you find yourself feeling for Emma, crying along with her, wanting to help her heal, liking James coming back and then becoming not so sure about it. There is the side story of their friends Shel and Matt, and you find yourself enjoying that story and understanding Emma's frustration at first, but wanting the same for her again. It is a complex and deep story with a number of layers and some unexpected events that you don't see coming. I feel comfortable recommending this book to all ages of readers, given parental consent, there is no sex and only the reference to the accident and one fight scene, but it is not graphic. I feel it is a great story to read and talk about with your teens and such. Enjoy readers!

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Friday, January 8, 2016

So Shall I Reap (The Unseen Series, Book 1) by Kathy-Lynn Cross

So Shall I ReapSo Shall I Reap (The Unseen Series, Book 1) 
by Kathy-Lynn Cross


My rating: 4 of 5 stars


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Balance is what the world is based on. In So Shall I Reap, we are introduced to the world of the Unseen, those on both sides as they work to keep the balance. Those on one side, the House of Dark, usually called grim reapers, take the souls as someone dies and return part of it to the River Styx to keep in flowing, the other part they give to the bridge crossers, part of the House of Light to be recopied again at a later time. It's all a cycle that bears no emotion, and happens time and time again each day. Until the day that a reaper named Tevin is sent to collect the soul of a six year old girl, Alexcia. The problem is that Alexcia is able to see him, this has never happened to him before, and after a fierce fight with Razor, the bridge crosser, Rae-Lynn, Alexcia's mother explains to Tevin that Alexcia is the Child of Balance and makes him promise to keep her safe. Author Kathy-Lynn Cross gives an amazingly complex story of a family, trying to protect their daughter, getting some things right and some things wrong. A grim reaper protecting the life of a child, which is against everything he is about, and the House of Light doing everything in its power to claim her.

Author Kathy-Lynn Cross has labeled So Shall I Reap as the first book in a series, which is good because this book ends on a huge cliff-hanger of an ending. You really only get to originally meet the characters when Alecxia was six and then we spend a couple weeks with them the month before her sixteenth birthday. As a reader, you get Alexcia's view of what is going on, and then you get Tevin's, and neither have all the answers. It seems that Rae-Lynn and Max have kept a number of secrets from them both, from Alexcia in efforts to protect her, and from Tevin, to allow him to discover it on his own and not to influence fate. There is no sex or real violence, but there is teenage drinking. It is a great read for all ages. Enjoy.

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Mortimer the Vampire: And Drake The Dragon by Cameron Glenn

Mortimer the Vampire: And Drake The DragonMortimer the Vampire: And Drake The Dragon 
by Cameron Glenn


My rating: 4 of 5 stars


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Forflick, Oregon is your typical small town in America. Nothing much to do as a teenager but hang out at the Carl's Jr/Green Burrito or the Dairy Queen. The cutest, most popular girl , which just happens to be Lizzy, dates the football star, Chad. Everyone talks of nothing more than getting out of the town and finding something more exciting! Excitement finds them, or at least Lizzy, the day a foreign exchange student Mortimer arrives. Lizzy decides to flirt with him, but he ignores her, which has never happened, then Lizzy starts dreaming of Mortimer. Now she is hooked, she just has to date him. Enter a second exchange student, Arielle and things get complicated. Mortimer actually likes her and talks to her, which peeves Lizzy, but help is on the way in the form of a third exchange student, Drake. Author Cameron Glenn writes a comical yet believable story of high school life and lust in Mortimer the Vampire, all told from Lizzy's point of view.

In Mortimer the Vampire, we get to learn how he became a vampire through the dreams that Lizzy has. The whole time she thinks that Mortimer is showing her his true self, and that he needs her. Lizzy is definitely your typical high school popular girl with nothing else on her mind but looking good, being popular, and dating. The trouble with the dreams are that we only see them in the very beginning, right after Mortimer became a Vampire, as he was still learning to deal with what he was and didn't like it. By the time Lizzy meets him in real life it's been a couple of centuries. Author Cameron Glenn does a wonderful job of weaving Mortimer's past into the story, making the reader feel for him just as Lizzy does. Not to spoil the story, but I should mention that there is also a wizard, a fairy, a werewolf and a dragon in this story. This is a good book for any age reader, even though it is focused on high-school aged. There is no real violence or sex in the book, so it's good to go for all readers. Enjoy!!

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Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Cain's Coven (Begotten Bloods, #1) by Kristin King

Cain's Coven (Begotten Bloods, #1)Cain's Coven (Begotten Bloods, #1)
by Kristin King


My rating: 4 of 5 stars


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Claryn hates crowds, and is not in the mood for this bachelorette party, but there is no way Kelley is letting her get out of it. It gets even worse when Kelley invites Justice, the guy from the burger joint to join them, and then makes him Claryn's date for the wedding. The thing is, he seems to understand Claryn's fears and issues with men and even more he is willing to work around them, of course Justice has his own secrets.
Cain's Coven is the story of brothers Justice and Chess as the fight and survive in the world. Claryn is drawn into their world, although Justice tries hard to keep her at a distance, he just can't. Outside of them, in the world at large lurks an evil that threatens young woman in the area, even Claryn. Author Kristin King molds dynamic characters in Chess, Justice and Claryn that you come to like and feel for easily and quickly in the story.

Cain's Coven is not your typical vampire novel, in fact there is not much of it that is typical. There are even times when you forget that there are vampires because that is really not the main focus, it is more the whole nature of the relationships and what is going on in the world in general. You've got an online computer game people are playing with the promise of immortality if they win, which has created some disgruntled few who won and found out there wasn't immortality at the end. They are not bent on slaying vampires. Then Author Kristin King decides to throw in a serial killer lurking in the community to mix things up a bit. There is no lack of action or down time in the story, it really keeps you turning the pages and engrossed in the story all the way through. This is a great read for all ages, teens, young adults and up. There is no sex, mild violence - and I do mean mild especially for a vampire story, this is very mild. I feel comfortable letting my middle schooler reading this one. Enjoy!

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