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Friday, February 25, 2011

Follow Friday and Blog Hop

It's FF and Book Blogger Hop time! For those of you who have no idea what this is, where have you been?! It's where us bloggers get together and check out each others sites, and follow, follow, follow! Please remember to leave a comment below, along with your link so that I can check out your site, and return the favor ;-)

Want to join in the fun? To join the fun and make new friends, stop by; Parajunkee  and Crazy for Books to enter!





Share your current fav television show! Tell us a bit about it...
This one is a no brainer for me..True Blood! I am completely obsessed with the show (and with Eric - shhh, don't tell my hubby).  Vamps, Weres, Fae, steamy romance, blood, gore, and one unbelievably tall, hot, and completely bad ass blonde vamp!  What's not to love? The one thing I do hate about the show is the wait in between seasons. June - hurry up and get here already :-)

Book Blogger Hop


Question: "Do you ever wish you would have named your blog something different?"I don't mean to sound to arrogant, but...Hell No! I regret many things...certain tags I used, not posting daily, etc., but the one thing I love is the name of my blog. I frequently make up my own words (I do live in my own little Paromantasy world), so you can call me "Mrs.Portmanteau", or "The Blender", or just plain crazy..lol. :-)

Happy Friday!! I look forward to hopping over to all of your blogs!!

Monday, February 21, 2011

Review of Alpha & Omega: A Companion Novella to Cry Wolf by Patricia Briggs

Alpha and Omega








Title: Alpha & Omega
Series: The Companion Novella to Cry Wolf
Author: Patricia Briggs








Official Synopsis
In Cry Wolf, New York Times bestselling author Patricia Briggs started a new urban fantasy series set in the world of Mercy Thompson -- but with rules of its own. Now, read "Alpha and Omega," the novella that inspired the new series, and see how it all began...Anna Latham never knew werewolves existed, until the night she survived a violent attack... and became one herself. After three years at the bottom of the Chicago pack, she's learned to keep her head down and never, ever trust dominant males. But when she discovers wrongdoing in her pack, she has to go above her Alpha's head to ask for help.Charles Cornick is the son -- and enforcer -- of the leader of the North American werewolves. Now his father has sent him to Chicago to clean up a problem there. Charles never expected to find Anna, a rare Omega wolf -- and he certainly never expected to recognize her as his mate...


My Review
I read Patricia Brigg's Mercy Thompson series (and loved it!), so I figured I'd give this series a try. I was not disppointed. This series is based on Charles (Samuel's brother,for you Mercy Thompson fans) and Anna. Charles is the enforcer of the wolves and Anna is a new wolf who was turned without a choice. When Anna turns turns to Charles for help, both learn to discover to expect the unexpected. Not only do they find themselves attracted to eachother, but Anna is not at all what she seems. She's an Omega, and her pack must pay for their wrong doings.


This book is superb! What I love about this book, and Briggs writing in general, is that it's action packed, romance fueled, and leave you panting for more! If you liked the Mercy Thompson series, then definitly pick this book up today!
 
This book is rated 5 fangs:
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Have you read this series? What did you think?

Friday, February 18, 2011

Win an ARC copy of Afterlife by Claudia Gray!

Afterlife: An Evernight Novel



Diana Fox, literary agent extraordinaire, is giving away an ARC of Afterlife by Claudia Gray! Click here to enter to win. This series is an action-packed, romance-filled, edge-of-your-seat page-turner of a ride. In honor of it's release, I will be hosting  "Evernight Week" the first week of March!

Now let's all run over to Diana Fox's blog and enter to win the last installment of the series!

Have you read the Evernight series? Who is your favorite character?

Vampire Academy is nominated for a Kids Choice Award. Let's Vote!

Vampire Academy Signature Edition: A Vampire Academy Novel



The Vampire Academy series has been nominated for a Nickelodeon's Kids Choice Award! Although it's call the "Kids" choice award, people of all ages can vote. Voting begins March 1st, so click here to bookmark the link, run to your calendar and circle the date, and let's show support for one of the greatest series and one of the best authors to hit the Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy market!

Haven't read the Vampire Academy Series? What are you waiting for? Click here for some of my reviews!

Are you as excited as I am? Do you love this series? What's your favorite VA book?  Let's hear (well, actually read)  your thoughts!

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Follow Friday and Blog Hop Time!

It's FF and Book Blogger Hop time! For those of you who have no idea what this is, where have you been?! It's where us bloggers get together and check out each others sites, and follow, follow, follow! Please remember to leave a comment below, along with your link so that I can check out your site, and return the favor ;-)

Want to join in the fun? To join the fun and make new friends, stop by; Parajunkee  and Crazy for Books to enter!





If you are a fan of Science Fiction what is your favorite book? If you haven't read Science Fiction before...any inkling to? Anything catch your eye?
I have to admit that I'm more of a fantasy, urban fantasy and paranormal romance girl - as you may have guessed (my blog is called Paromantasy..lol) But, I would definitely give other genres a whirl, so I just might pick up a Science Fiction book to add this genre to my list. Hey, I may become a Parscifantasy fan now :-)


Book Blogger Hop


Question: "What book(s) would you like to see turned into a movie?"This one is easy for me. I love many books, but I would love to see Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead come to life! That series is just so awesome! It would be nice to see a bad ass heroine be the star of a movie, it's always about the damzel in distress. It would be a nice change and I think that is the type of girl  we have to see more of in film. Rose Rocks!



Happy Friday!! I look forward to hopping over to all of your blogs!!

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Paranormal Romance Review: The Vampire's Image by B.V Larson

The Vampire's Image







Title: The Vampire Image
Series: Nope, a short story
Author: B.V Larson








Official Synopsis
Grace is an artist who can’t show anyone her work. Her art depicts things that have been forgotten, lost, or which have yet to come. The images are always beautiful—but they also drive people mad. She creates her wondrous images in secret, but one day a stranger comes... a stranger who is just as mysterious as Grace herself.

The Vampire’s Image is a story of paranormal romance, 6500 words long.


My Review
How can someone make such a gripping, romantic, mysterious, page-turner in just a few pages? Just ask B.V Larson. This story grabbed me and pulled me into the mysterious world surrounding Grace, a psychic painter who was once rich, but gave up the riches to be a recluse focusing on her hidden paintings that can depict both the past and the future. She lives in an abandoned building with her paintings, blending into the background of the world around her, until the day a stranger follows her home. She discovers that she is not the only one with a secret, and Lazarus is not just your ordinary man. Her encounter with this stranger turns her life upside down and she soon finds herself making a decision that changes her life forever!

This book is short, but definitely packs a punch. With work and school taking much of our time, this short story is just the thing to drag us out of our boring reality for a while, and whisk us away to a paromantasy like no other. B.V Larson is an incredible writer and The Vampire's Image proves it! B.V stopped by paromantasy. Click here to read our Q&A!

This book is rated: 4.5 Fangs:

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Have you read The Vampire's Image? What did you think?

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Review of Reaper by Rachel Vincent; Free Download!


Reaper





Title: Reaper
Series: Soul Screamers
Author: Rachel Vincent











Official Synopsis:
Tod Hudson was a typical teenager. He liked girls, sports, food and tolerated his younger brother, Nash. In fact, he had his whole life in front of him--and due to his bean sidhe heritage, it was going to be a very long life indeed. And then the car accident occurred.
Suddenly Tod's future wasn't so sure, and he had to make a choice. Life... Death... or something Between....


An ebook exclusive Soul Screamers series novella.

My Review
Reaper was a free download so I'd thought I'd give it a whirl, and I'm glad I did. I was instantly drawn into their world and wanted to find out more the minute this short story ended. This is the back story to a character named Todd from the series.

Todd is part of a normal  family, other than the fact that their bean sidhe and supernatural. His almost ordinary life changes the day his mother leaves him to watch his younger brother Nash. His brother is in love, but his girl is currently under lock down and all he want to do is go see her. Todd is not going to let that happen, but when Nash sneaks out and Todd has to go after him both of their worlds take a very crazy turn and in the end one of the brothers is going to die - sort of :-)

I haven't read the rest of the series, but after this introduction I am definitely adding this series to my TBR pile.  If Todd's back story is this good, I can only imagine how great the series is. It will answer all of my questions about what happens to Todd and Nash after the crazy twist at the end of this story (This is me being spoiler free).

This book is rated 4 1/2 Fangs:
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Hey, you can't go wrong with a free download! Click here to read it on Rachel Vincent's website, or download it free from Amazon or B&N.

Have you read the series or this back story? What are your thoughts?

Friday, February 11, 2011

It's Follow Friday Time!

It's FF and Book Blogger Hop time! For those of you who have no idea what this is, where have you been?! It's where us bloggers get together and check out each others sites, and follow, follow, follow! Please remember to leave a comment below, along with your link so that I can check out your site, and return the favor ;-)

Want to join in the fun? To join the fun and make new friends, stop by  Parajunkee  and Crazy for Books to enter!





What is your favorite romance hero-type? Stereotype wise. Do you like the strong silent type or the brute macho man?
I have to admit that I love bad boys and underdogs *swoon*. I'm the Eric lover from True Blood/Sookie Stackhouse novels, and the Jacob fan in Twilight. Usually my guy loses the girl, nut I just can't help loving these guys. But as long as the hero fights for his girl, then I'm happy.

Book Blogger Hop


Tell us about one of your posts from this week and give us a link so we can read it (review or otherwise)!

I had the opportunity to interview Felicity Heaton and review her book Love Immortal. Felicity is a complete sweety and Love Immortal is an action-packed, romance filled, completely unputdownable book about a normal girl whose only desire was to find meaning in her life. She gets the answer to that question when she’s attacked by werewolves, is rescued by a hot Immortal, and is told that she is an reincarnated goddess who’s mission is to kill Lycaon, the King Wolf – yup, just a normal day in the neighborhood. This book can be summed up in one word – Amazing! Click here to read my review and interview!


Happy Friday!!

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Love Immortal Book Review

Love Immortal






Title: Love Immortal
Series: I wish!, Felicity is thinking about it.
Author: Felicity Heaton










Official Synopsis
When you're searching for your purpose, the last thing you expect to discover is that you're the latest reincarnation of a goddess on a three thousand year old mission to defeat the original werewolf, Lycaon, before he can gain revenge on Zeus and Olympus. Rescued from the claws of werewolves by Julian, a handsome and mysterious immortal, Lauren is pulled into a dark and frightening new world full of monsters out to kill her and an organisation of people with phenomenal abilities who want to protect her—Ghost. But the most frightening thing of all is that soon Lauren will need to drink Julian's blood in order to reawaken and regain her immortal powers. Or she will die. Julian isn't about to let that happen. He's never met anyone like Lauren and he's determined not to lose her. She's the perfect copy of Illia but is nothing like her or any of the incarnations. She is light to their darkness, and she breathes life back into him, but can he trust her with his heart and bring himself to believe that the feelings she shows him are real after everything he has been through? Can Lauren succeed in defeating Lycaon when all of her predecessors have failed? Will she be able to crack the armour around Julian's heart and seize her happily forever after with him?

My Review
Amazing! That is one word I can use to describe this book. It is an action-packed, heart-warming, blood-boiling, tear-jerking, romance-filled paranormal romance novel that, as you can probably tell by now, has it all! Lauren was an ordinary girl having a bad year after her parents were killed in a car accident. She vows to discover the meaning of her life when it presents itself after she is attacked by werewolves and is saved by an immortal named Julian. She discovers that she is the reincarnation of Illia, a goddess whose mission is to stop the werewolf, Lycaon, before he can take revenge on the gods and end the world as we know it. The problem is that all the past reincarnations of Illia have failed, died, and all have been completely different from Lauren, especially when she finds herself falling in love with Julian. He originally loved Illia,but his heart has been broken over and over again when each reincarnation of her rejects and mistreats him. Suddenly he finds himself falling in love again but will it end in another heartbreak, with his love dying in his arms after being defeated by Lycaon, or will they finally be victorious and have their happily ever after? They acquire a few friends to help make strengthen their odds of winning when they seek the help of Ghost, a powerful team ranging from humans with powers to a succubus with an attitude. With the help of Ghost: consisting of Kuga, Piper, Duke, Astra, and Leo, and Morgan,  vampire who was the lover of a past Illia reincarnation, they set out to defeat Lycaon and save the world. Will love, friendship and allies be enough or will Lycaon be the end of them all?

This book is a must-read. The romance between Lauren and Julian will make your heart melt. The friendship between Lauren and the gang will make you laugh, the action will make you jump out of your seat and the tearjerker shocker will leave you sniffling for days. Felicity has done a great job at creating a paranormal romance that has it all and is a complete page-turner!

This book is rated 5 fangs:
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Have you read Love Immortal? Did you love it as much as I do? Are you adding it to your TBR list?

Blood Lines Cover Reveal and Richelle Mead Video


Yes, 2011 is here and we only have a few more months (August 23rd to be exact) until the release of the Vampire Academy spin-off series, Bloodlines, is released. This series will be based around Sydney, the human alchemist and star Adrian - yay! Rose and the other regulars will be making appearances as well. Click here for EW's interview with Richelle Mead and video of her talking about the difference between VA and Bloodlines.

Are you as excited as I am about Bloodlines?! I cannot wait until August!

Friday, February 4, 2011

FFFF! Feb's First Follow Friday :-)







It's FF time! For those of you who have no idea what Follow Friday is, where have you been?! It's where us bloggers get together and check out each others sites, and follow, follow, follow! Please remember to leave a comment below, along with your link so that I can check out your site, and return the favor ;-)



For my reader only followers, many of my featured links will take you to even more places to get your paromantasy fix. Take a test run and I’m sure you will be a fan of my fellow blogger’s sites too!



Want to join in the fun? To join the fun and make new friends, just follow these simple rules:



1. Follow the Follow My Book Blog Friday Host { Parajunkee } and any one else you want to follow on the list

2. Follow our Featured Bloggers - Vision Quest Fail

3. Put your Blog name & URL in the Linky thing.

4. Grab the button up there and place it in a post, this post is for people to find a place to say “hi” in your comments

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6. If someone comments and says they are following you, be a dear and follow back. Spread the Love...and the followers

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Happy Follow Friday!!

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Author Spotlight and Q&A with Felicity Heaton!

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Paromantasy would like to shine the spotlight on paranormal romance writer Felicity Heaton. She is the author of, Lover Immortal, an action-packed, romance filled, completely unputdownable book about a normal girl whose only desire was to find meaning in her life. She gets the answer to that when she’s attacked by werewolves, is rescued by a hot Immortal, and is told that she is an reincarnated goddess who’s mission is to kill Lycaon, the King Wolf – yup, just a normal day in the neighborhood. This book can be summed up in one word – Amazing! Click here for the first few chapters. Check back tomorrow for my review. Felicity Heaton, who is sweet and all kinds of awesome, was kind enough to take out of her busy schedule to stop by Paromantasy and talk to us about her life, her books, and what supernatural she would be if life was anything like her books.

Let’s give a warm welcome to Felicity Heaton.

Tell us about yourself.
I’m Felicity Heaton and I’m a paranormal romance and science fiction romance writer. I mostly write paranormal romances, penning the Vampires Realm series under my alternate name, F E Heaton. I enjoy writing series, and have several that are either ongoing or complete, but also write stand alone short stories, novellas and novels.

When did you know that you wanted to be a writer?
Back in my secondary school (like high school) I wrote the opening chapter of a gothic horror novel for my English class. I enjoyed it so much that I went on to write several more chapters and outline the story, but then I drifted away from it when school work became more demanding on my time. I’ve always read books, devouring classic romance novels as a teen, and always daydreamed about vampires and werewolves. In 2003, I started writing fan fiction, and in 2005 I progressed into writing original fiction and haven’t looked back. I’ve been an indie author since 2006 and in that time I’ve written over 40 stories.

I loved how you incorporated everything from gods and immortals to humans with powers. Where did you get the idea for Love Immortal from?
I had the idea for a story where the hero was immortal and many millennia old, and the heroine was a goddess who was reincarnated each time she died. The hero had to find her each time and reawaken her immortal side, and her powers, by giving his blood to her before she died. I wanted to re-write the myth of vampires from scratch, and while the hero and heroine aren’t strictly vampires, there are vampires in the novel too.

I was researching ancient Arcadia when I came across the tale of Lycaon, a king of Arcadia who tricked Zeus into eating human flesh at a banquet. Zeus punished him by turning him into a wolf. If Lycaon abstained from eating human flesh for ten years, he would become human again. In my story, Lycaon embraces his new wolf side and it brings him powers of immortality and incredible abilities. He’s intent on gaining revenge on Zeus for what he did, and Lauren, the heroine in the novel, and Julian, the hero, have to stop him before he shakes all Olympus.

Which character is your absolute favorite and why?
In this story, I love Julian. Julian is both strong and intensely vulnerable. He’s been around for over three thousand years and has watched countless incarnations of the woman he loved, Illia, die in his arms. He’s been alone but not alone for all that time as none of the incarnations of Illia have loved him. In fact, they’ve all bound him with rules that threaten to break him, starving him of physical and emotional contact with them and anyone. He’s a caged soul, imprisoned by his duty, and has been through some terrible events that have shaped him, and not always in a good way. He’s a little broken, but stoic enough to continue the duty he holds dear, even when he has lost all sense of feeling. When he meets Lauren, the latest reincarnation of Illia, and rescues her from werewolves, he slowly comes to realize just what the other incarnations have done to him, and how different Lauren is to any of them, even Illia herself. I think he’ll appeal to readers because he’s so strong and heroic, protecting Lauren at all costs, but he’s also fragile and he’s very weak for her. He needs her more than anything but he’s afraid that she’s only going to break his already shattered heart into even more pieces. I think readers will love him for that frailty and for the fact that he still tries, and risks everything by falling for Lauren. I think they’ll love him even more for his strength though, and how hard he tries to protect Lauren and stop her from falling prey to the same fate as the other incarnations.

Are your characters based on people you know?
No, not really. I sometimes take facets of people I know and use them, but I don’t think there’s any of that in this one, although I do like to say that all of my heroes are based on my husband.

Did you do much research for your book?
Other than researching about Greek mythology and the Titans, I didn’t need to do much research for this one. I did have to plan out the locations and settings though, and that meant researching the Arcadia area of Greece too. I’ve been to Paris, and I work in London, so writing about those two cities wasn’t difficult, but Greece needed to be researched, so I had to spend time looking at pictures of the area and reading about it.

Who are some of your favorite authors?
I adore anything by Terry Pratchett, and love the classic romance authors such as Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, and Elizabeth Gaskell. I also love authors like Lara Adrian, Sherrilyn Kenyon, and used to be an avid read of J R Ward books.

What books are you reading now?
At the moment, I’m not reading anything, but I was given a stack of books for Christmas that I intend to read this year. Because I work full time and write the rest of the time, I don’t get much of a chance to read novels, which is a shame because I love to indulge in a good book. Hopefully this year I’ll be able to find more of a balance and will be able to get through the 16 books on my TBR pile!

Was writing and publishing your book exactly how you imagined?
Publishing is nothing new to me now, so I’m quite used to writing and publishing my books. I was e-published back in 2005 and that was quite exciting, but after my fifth novel, I started getting used to it. I’m indie now, and I love being involved in the process from start to finish. I can moan at times when I’m faced with a few months of editing and promotion before I can write again, but I do like being in control of each step. Writing the first draft is the most exciting moment, and then I have to edit the stories and proof them, and that takes twice as long as writing the first draft, but then I get to make the cover and plan the release, and the excitement comes back again. It’s a lot of work though!

Are you working on any other projects we should watch out for?
At the moment, I’m editing Forbidden Blood, which is a stand alone vampire romance novel that should be out towards the end of April 2011. My next release is a Vampires Realm novel, Hunter’s Moon, and that will be out at the end of February. Once I’m done editing Forbidden Blood and proofing Hunter’s Moon, I’ll be editing Ascension, an urban fantasy romance novel, and then planning and writing the novel in the Her Angel series, as well as another Vampires Realm story. All in all, I’m due to have 11 releases this year as part of my 11 stories in 2011 challenge.

If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything in your latest book or publishing experience?
No, not at all. I loved writing and working on Love Immortal. Originally it was going to get me an agent, but the story ended up at around 160,000 words, which is 70,000 too long for an agent to really consider. In a way, I’m glad that I stuck with indie publishing as it’s really taking off now. It was a struggle for the first four years that I was indie because it wasn’t easy to distribute books and there weren’t many places to sell them. Now we have Amazon, iBookstore, Sony, B&N, and Kobo, and so many other places. It’s a really great time to be indie, but I think I would still consider a print deal if one came along, as all authors dream of seeing their books on the shelves in stores.

What was the hardest part of writing your book?
Revising it over and over. The editing on this one was intense and I did several bouts of it, including one where I wound up adding over thirty thousand words to the story because I needed to explain some stuff in better detail and intensify a lot of scenes. It was quite hard going but it was worth it as I think the book really shines now.

What do you do when you are not writing?
Well, I’m a full time web developer, so I guess I do that and the rest of the time I cram in as much writing work as possible. If I find some time away from it, I’m generally watching anime and drawing, playing PS3, or relaxing with my husband and watching TV.

If you could be a supernatural being, what would it be?
Vampire. Without a doubt. I’ve adored vampires since I was around six years old. I have book reports I wrote back then and I was never happy unless the story I was reading was scary or featured things like vampires, werewolves, and Frankenstein’s monster. It’s fascinating to find them so many years on and realize that I’ve loved all things paranormal since I was a child.

Tell the readers what to expect when reading one of your books.
I guess it depends on the book, but they can expect a romance that will bring a smile to their face, and heroes or heroines they can fall in love with. If the book is a novel, like Love Immortal, then they can expect a non-stop thrill ride that will grip them and not let them go.

Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers?
The only thing I always say to them—thank you. Without readers, this whole experience wouldn’t be as much fun. I write for myself and my readers, penning stories we can all enjoy and escape with for a while. My readers are fantastic, supportive, and always there when I need them. I couldn’t ask for anything more from them. All I can do to thank them is keep writing more stories.


Felicity Heaton is uber-talented, funny and is has completely one me over with Love Immortal. The world she creates instantly draws you in, her characters are all so different and so real that they soon become your best friends, and it doesn’t hurt that it’s filled with passion, heart pumping action and romance. I cannot wait to read more from the great Mrs. Heaton. Check back tomorrow for my review of Love Immortal.

Do you think Felicity Heaton is as awesome as I do? Great, then follow her. No stalking necessary!

visit her Website
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Have you read Love Immortal? Are you rushing to add it to your TBR list? Let's hear your thoughts!

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Review of Cry Wolf by Patricia Briggs

Cry Wolf (Alpha and Omega, Book 1)



Title: Cry Wolf
Series: Alpa and Omega, Book 1
Author: Patricia Briggs






Official Synopsis
Now Briggs begins an extraordinary new series set in Mercy Thompson's world&;but with rules of its own.


INTRODUCING THE ALPHA AND OMEGA NOVELS...

Anna never knew werewolves existed until the night she survived a violent attack and became one herself. After three years at the bottom of the pack, she'd learned to keep her head down and never, ever trust dominant males. But Anna is that rarest kind of werewolf; an Omega. And one of the most powerful werewolves in the country will recognize her value as a pack member;and as his mate.

My Review
I loved Patricia Briggs Mercy Thompson series and so I gave this series a go, and I'm glad I did. If you love your books filled with mystery, romance, and tons of action, then this series is a must-read.

Anna was a normal girl leading a normal life until the day a werewolf attacked her. Since being turned against her will, Anna has lived in complete misery: being used, abused and at the bottom of the pack. This all changes the day she meets Charles, one of the most powerful wolves in the country. He is instantly drawn to her, not only as his mate, but because he recognizes her to be an Omega - a rare type of wolf that is able to soothe and calm others thus keeping violence in check, while living beyond the rules of dominant / submissive order that the others must follow.

I love the complexity of Anna's character. She is strong, but feels weak; is smart, yet is ignorant to the ways of her new life. Charles is awesome. It is nice to see the change in him from big bad wolf to loving and protective mate. Patricia Briggs is an amazing writer, and this series proves it. You will be instantly drawn into their world, cheering for Anna and Charles, while loving the action and mystery surrounding them.

This book is rated 4 1/2 Fangs:
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If you love the Mercy Thompson series, please go out and get this series. You will not be disappointed.

Have you read the series? What did you think?
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