Shiva Balaswaminathan Balaswaminathan itibaren Shirokovo, Ivanovskaya oblast', Rusya
Her zamanki ipliğiniz: Good Guy iradesine karşı bir vampire dönüşür, ancak kötülüğe dönüşmez. Tabii ki, bu sadece doğal yeteneklerini geliştirir. * kaşları kaşma * Said Good Guy Bad Vamp'tan intikam alıyor, Kız oluyor, HEA yaşıyor. Buradaki cazibe, bu romanın Bayan Ione'un Demonica Serisinin bir parçasıdır. Kendinize bir iyilik yapın: En sevdiğiniz hoşgörü - çikolata veya kahve veya çörek - savurganlık yerine, daha fazla memnuniyet elde edersiniz.
Muhtemelen kendi başlarına büyüleyici olan VIII. Henry'nin kız kardeşleri üzerinde en kapsamlı çalışmalardan biri. Her ikisi de Kraliçe Consorts oldu ve biraz skandal hayat sürdü. Margaret veya Mary Tudor'daki materyaller nadir olduğu için harika bir okuma.
Loved the historical and cultural context of the book, but did not care for the actual storyline.
Review originally posted at www.paranormalchick.com Sometimes for a nice change of pace I like to read short story collections. It gives me a little taste of some authors I haven’t read before. In my case I hadn’t read anything by Black or Cole. I wanted to read Cole’s short story so I could begin her series. In Kenyon’s story “Turn Up the Heat”, we meet a girl who is down on life and reads romances for fun and escape. After her publishing friend sees her at work, she convinces her to enter the contest in the new romance novel. It’s for a trip to an island where men will cater to her every need. At the same time a gangster type needs to get away and his gangster friend puts him on the island too. You can imagine how this turns out. In Cole’s story “The Warlord Wants Forever” we meet Wroth and Myst. Wroth is a vampire and Myst is a Valkyrie. These two races do not mix well together, well basically, they hate each other. Unfortunately, it turns out that Myst is Wroth’s vampire Bride and there can be no other. This story is a will they or won’t they and I found it interesting enough to read the first full length novel of the series. In Black’s story “Hunter’s Oath” we meet a young lady who has just lost her military brother in a helicopter crash in the Arctic Circle. On her way there, her cabbie kidnaps her and sells her to some strange men. I loved how Sofia was strong and kept fighting the whole time. It turns out that deep underground there is a whole Viking culture hidden away and one handsome man wants to make her his wife. I really enjoyed this one and want to read more of this author’s work.
This, the second volume, was not quite as good as the first (The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt), through no fault of the author's. In the second half of his life Teddy spent more time pushing legislation through Congress than he did ranching in far-flung territories or charging hills in Cuba. Still, if you're like me, your mild form of OCD won't allow you to stop halfway through the life of one of the greatest men Amerka has ever produced. As an added benefit, you'll finish the book armed with a whole new bandolier of historical ammunition to lay down on trivia night at your local watering hole.