Urban Fantasy, paperback, 352 pages; published July 1, 2014 by Zebra; source: publisher
Uhg, can’t Shia just kill evil vamp Max already? He’s almost a caricature, he’s so bad. Enjoy Shia’s stubborn kick-assed-ness. Definitely a series to read from the start.
Fantasy, paperback, 458 pages; published December 31, 2013 by Harlequin MIRA; source: publisher
I’ve loved this series, as I do most Snyder books. This last one read a bit differently than the others but, all in all, a satisfying ending. Another must-read-the-series, though.
Urban Fantasy, paperback, 316 pages; published August 5, 2014 by Kensington; source: publisher
Series arc had a definitive ending feel to it. Enjoyed my time with slightly nutty human Sophie and her paranormal detective buddies (tho boo <3 triangle!).
Urban Fantasy, mass market paperback, 357 pages; published July 7, 2015 by Signet Select; source: publisher
Not a huge departure from her other series or characters but sometimes that doesn’t matter, when the writing and story are entertaining, as with this story.
Paranormal Romance, ebook, 327 pages; published August 25, 2015 by Random House Publishing Group – Loveswept; source: publisher
Half-breed Wraith Viève is just what Bodywalker Kamen needs. Both are atoning for things beyond their control. However, didn’t dig the chemistry btw the two.
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