Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
What I Liked:
I enjoyed the sassy reporter being taken in hand by the oh so seductive Dom. The chemistry between Tabytha and Harlan was oil and water. The sex scenes were great and the interplay between the characters in the club was fun. She is a reporter with a fiery temper and he is a Dom that is used to getting his way. Very hot.
What I Didn't:
By the end of the book, even I was ready to duct tape Tabytha's mouth shut. She slung curse words like no tomorrow. Whew! He also kept calling her Tabby Cat. I would have bit him in the leg, myself. Just sayin.
I enjoyed the tension between Harlan and Tabytha. The reporter being at the BDSM club was fun, especially when she witnessed the show. (no spoilers!!) Harlan was a masterful Dom, but I think I would have gagged her with all the curse words that flowed out of her mouth. Ball gag please! The sexual tension was good and I can't wait to read more from this author!
This book was sent by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Monday, August 27, 2012
Sunday, August 26, 2012
Great to have you ladies here on the blog!
Saturday, August 25, 2012
Online interaction is vast becoming the way most of us communicate with people. I love stories where you are chatting with someone and the unexpected happens. Usually, it is in erotica stories. In this one, you have a creepy vampire that is up to no good. Author Sky Purington does an amazing job at setting the stage for an online chat that goes horribly wrong, to the point where the heroine, Dakota, has to reach out for paranormal help. That's when things get mighty interesting. From hunky paranormal investigators, ghosts, vampires, secrets and some wizardry, this book has it all.
What I Didn't:
Not a thing. I am excited to read the rest of the series.
This paranormal romance is the beginning of a series and I couldn't be happier with it. It has spice, a main character that kicks butt and some hunky guys to make things interesting. The onset of the book really draws you in and then slams the door. Wham. You are hooked. Dakota is a software engineer on an online chat that goes horribly wrong. No, he is not some creepy perv, but a vampire out for blood and terror. Calling in paranormal investigators, they find she can't leave the room and things get really interesting. *no spoilers*
I liked the voice of this book. Dakota practically breathes off the page and you start to care about her right away. The action is spot on. There are a few bumps in the dialogue but other than that, it is a smooth ride. The plot is twisty (yay!) and I am eager to read the second book in the series. The vampire politics, magic, creepy haunted houses and ghosts make this a great paranormal romance to keep you up at night.
Thanks for joining us today Sky! I can't wait to read more of the series!