This short was originally available as a free promo at the Aug 2014 RT Booklovers Convention. In Feb newsletter, Tiffany announced: "The Confession ofThis short was originally available as a free promo at the Aug 2014 RT Booklovers Convention. In Feb newsletter, Tiffany announced: "The Confession of Marcus Stearns" is a 40 page short story that will be published in The Confessions, an Original Sinners story and interview collection coming Spring 2016....more
Joe Ledger returns in this tale that follows the tragic conclusion of The Dragon Factory. InRead as a part of anthology: Joe Ledger: The Missing Files
Joe Ledger returns in this tale that follows the tragic conclusion of The Dragon Factory. In the wake of a devastating personal loss, Joe Ledger and his new canine partner, Ghost, go hunting for the world's deadliest assassin.
Ever wonder how Joe ended up with Ghost, his battle canine partner or how he tracked the man responsible for the his biggest loss in his life? This short provides those answers. (I ❤ Ghost!)...more
Before former Baltimore cop Joe Ledger goes up against competing geneticists lookinRead as a part of anthology: Joe Ledger: The Missing Files Rating: ✮✮✮ ½
Before former Baltimore cop Joe Ledger goes up against competing geneticists looking to continue the master-race program in The Dragon Factory, he must battle another foe using human test subjects for his sinister plans.
A quick look at just how twisted scientists can be when they believe what they're doing is for the best for humanity....more
Zero Tolerance picks up a few weeks after the close of Patient Zero. Dropping back into the world of former Baltimore cop Joe Ledger, the Department of Military Sciences, and flesh-eating zombies, fans of the series will finally get closure on a few loose ends.
For those who are current with the series, this short provides a deeper look at Joe & the DMS's discovery of a character believed to have died in a previous battle. The way in which the character was found was briefly mentioned in Predator One - this short fills in the blanks....more
Well, there's a first for everything, but I'd hoped to never experience this one. My review was deleted - "As the review was predominantly about the aWell, there's a first for everything, but I'd hoped to never experience this one. My review was deleted - "As the review was predominantly about the author's behavior and not about the book, it violated our review guidelines." This happened after I'd edited out all of the bits that pertained to anything other than the book itself. So, once again, here's MY BOOK REVIEW, minus the links to MY COMMENTS, which were also deleted.
I wish this series continuation had remained a spin-off about Dani. I know why the main POV shifted from Dani and back to Mac, but that doesn't mean I have to like it. I don't. I LOVED Mac and Barrons' story! But, as uncertain as I was about Dani O'Malley's story reaching those heights, I found I really enjoyed the start of what was to be her spin-off, Iced. Then came Burned, which I liked, but not as much mainly because of the switch back to Mac. So, I started Feverborn with mid-low hopes.
Mac's POVs were my least favorite. Aside from a 'What the ?!" moment (view spoiler)[her dead sister appeared (hide spoiler)] and her final action (view spoiler)[ sacrificing herself to save Dani (hide spoiler)], I found myself not really caring. I don't want to rehash Mac's story, which was told in the first 5 books. And, while I used to find Mac and Barrons' sexy time hot, now I just wanted to - and sometimes did - roll my eyes. The couple that drew my attention most was Dani and Ryodan.
The good news is that Dani's story arc is continuing. It's just getting muddled down with a larger amount of Mac's POV than I wish to read. I'm hoping Feversong will return the main focus to Dani/Jada.
Those familiar with the series will know that cliffhangers are common; this installment is no different. ["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>...more
Conspiracy of Angels starts off with our main character struggling to not only get out of a body of water, but also figure out just who he is. Seems hConspiracy of Angels starts off with our main character struggling to not only get out of a body of water, but also figure out just who he is. Seems he's lost his memories - or most of them. He's not a complete amnesiac, he certainly remembers his love of all things geek and other random facts; he's just not certain about anything pertaining to himself. Once out of the water, which he guesses must be Lake Erie, his scans his pockets for any clues and finds a wallet with Zackary Westland's driver's license, some cash and a business card for Club Heaven.
From there Zach tries to piece together his memories, battle things that shouldn't exist by doing things he shouldn't be able to do, with people who can't seem to remember he has no memories. I frequently found myself sharing Zach's frustration when his companions, Remy and Lilianna, would constantly criticize him for his actions or lack thereof, when he.has.no.memories.
I love stories about angels. And, while I found this author's somewhat unique take on them and their different tribes, it felt like something was missing. I liked the book, but I don't know if I liked it enough to continue on with the series. (Rating: ✮✮½)...more