Wow! Now that was a really fun book! Bestie had read this quite a while ago and she wouldn't stop badgering me till I read it too! I am so glad she di...moreWow! Now that was a really fun book! Bestie had read this quite a while ago and she wouldn't stop badgering me till I read it too! I am so glad she did! *though it was tough on her when I told her in which pages I was, she just wanted to spoil RAWR!*
This was slightly different book then what I usually read! Which, warlock, werewolf and vamps! Naked men, getting to see naked EIGHT packs and then again being naked after transforming!! What more does one ask for in a good book? ;)
Jolie Wilkins is a card reader living in LA with her bestie when she is hired to do something that changes her entire life.
Rand is a sexy warlock with eight packs who also happens to become Jolie's employer! He is a bit withdrawing about his feelings towards Jolie at the beginning but then again there are so many obstacles!
On the other hand there is Sinjin, a vamp packs unknown, he didn't take off his shirt GRRR who let his intention known quite bluntly.
There is a scary supernatural word and many of these scary creatures want Jolie and her powers, no matter what. She is tought to improve her powers and also defend herself... which sometimes didn't came so helpful =/
All supernatural powers are uniting and it's not for the cost of greater good. Jolie, Rand and Sinjin are the few who are resisting these unity and trying to protect the ones who wants to stay neutral. While Demons, some werewolf which and vamps are in her side Jolie has a few followers of herself but sadly they need more power to stand a chance against them. That's when the fairy step in but convincing them aren't a easy job!
Overall a good and fun read!Recommended to readers who loves reading about sexy warlocks and vampires!(less)
I am seriously in need of the third book on this series right now. I can not wait till December this year for this book! Nooooooooooo!
Okay *deep calmi...moreI am seriously in need of the third book on this series right now. I can not wait till December this year for this book! Nooooooooooo!
Okay *deep calming breaths*
Wawzaa! That was one heck of a book!
After much persuasion when the fae king has agreed to help Jolie in her task, the book picks up from there.
Jolie is more powerful after blood swaping from Sinjin, though she doesn't bring back any dead people in this book.
Rand is still resentful to bond but why is that we find out later.
Jolie's relationship with Rand was just about to happen than BAM no bonding clause. *head desk*
Jolie, heartbroken as she is she still wants to fight even though Rand is very much against it. So Jolie takes up help from the only one who is willing, Sinjin. Which involved her drinking his blood. It scars me because I am pretty sure after swapping blood this many times it should represent something significant but who knows! I guess we have to wait till the third book! Or maybe their world doesn't quite work like that ;)
But the fact that Jolie has feelings for both Rand and Sinjin is clear. The war is in it's full swing and then another one. BAM. Back to the future people!
I loved reading this book, specially the snarky comments. Toli and Troubles is a short read. Quite funny and romantic of course heap amount of fluffs and steamy smexing! (less)
I am not so keen on the idea of fairy and all. But in case of H.P. Mallory's fairies I make an exception and I am glad that I di...moreFive Stars hands down.
I am not so keen on the idea of fairy and all. But in case of H.P. Mallory's fairies I make an exception and I am glad that I did. Dulcie O'Niel is definitely one badass fairy. I am surprised at just how much I loved reading this book.
In the second series of Dulcie O'Niel, Dulcie has to find the person who is putting everyone she cares about to sleep. She is next and the key to not to let her mind wonder off is to not sleep.
Dulcie does some stuff she wouldn't in her right mind will do. Brings out more reckless side of her, and lets face it when there are lives are at stake, you will do almost anything to save them. Dulcie also realizes her feeling towards are Knight is extremely strong which ended the book in a bright mood.
Overall a really good book. If you are a fan of urban fantasy and Henry Cavill, this is a MUST read.
No rest for Wicca by Toni LoTempio is a mystery filled urban fantasy that captured my attention because of the rich information on Wiccans and voodoo...moreNo rest for Wicca by Toni LoTempio is a mystery filled urban fantasy that captured my attention because of the rich information on Wiccans and voodoo magic. The title of the novel does justice to the story, indeed there was no rest for the Wicca there.
Morgan Hawk a paranormal investigator exercising ghost of the supernatural world certainly became my favorite character by her constant sarcasm. Who doesn’t love the leading lady with a sense of humor that’s dipped in sarcasm? I know I do. Morgan is scarred from what happened in her past and she had issues letting them go and live her life to the fullest no matter what anyone said. In this situation taking on a homicide case seem like a bad idea but when she is pushed in to the bloody situation she takes control and sees it through. I loved the fact that Morgan didn’t depend on the leading man every time she got in trouble. She was strong and independent, another trait that makes her my favorite character from the book.
Cole St. John, now how to describe dead warm and sexy? Hmmm, I would say being a vampire already made him sexy and his dark brooding looks definitely didn’t hurt. Unfortunately in spite of being a vampire, Cole wasn’t a blood thirsty beast. Cole was cool and non controlling type, a unique combination for a leading man vampire! A good one, most definitely. No one likes a possessive control freak when it comes to romance. He lets Morgan choose, although he is persistent.
No Rest for the Wicca is a good book and anyone who loves urban fantasy, you might want to give this one a try as well. The cover might be a put off but I assure you the story isn’t.(less)