Shop now Shop now Shop now Up to 70% off Fashion Shop All Amazon Fashion Cloud Drive Photos Amazon Fire TV Amazon Pantry Food & Drink Beauty Shop now Shop Fire Shop Kindle Shop now Shop now Shop now
Profile for Detra Fitch > Reviews

Personal Profile

Content by Detra Fitch
Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,893
Helpful Votes: 4449

Learn more about Your Profile.

Reviews Written by
Detra Fitch (USA)
(TOP 500 REVIEWER)    (VINE VOICE)    (REAL NAME)   

Show:  
Page: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11-20
pixel
Sweet Ruin (Immortals After Dark)
Sweet Ruin (Immortals After Dark)
by Kresley Cole
Edition: Hardcover

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WHY has this not been made into a television series?, 27 Dec. 2015
The Møriør are a brotherhood of killers with very few weaknesses. To their enemies, they were the Bringers of Doom. They have awakened and have arrived on Earth (the Gaia realm). The Accession is near; however, the event has changed. These days the immortal no longer fight one species against another; they have allied into armies. And more, these immortals do not just take down primordials (the alpha of each species). They assassinate gods.

Phenïx “Nïx” the Ever-Knowing is the primordial of the Valkyrie species. She is on the brink of becoming a goddess. The soothsayer seems insane most of the time. Nïx was attempting to transform what should be a drawn-out war of attrition into a great Lorewide battle between immortal alliances. She is the main target of the Møriør.

Josephine “Jo” seems to be a typical street kid. She has no memories, but is positive that the toddler in her care is her brother, Thaddeus “Thaddie”. The only real meal they receive is from Mrs. Brayden. When the leader of a gang kills Jo, Thaddie is adopted by the Braydens. No one is more surprised than Jo when she wakes up as a ghost! But what exactly is she? Jo has never heard of a ghost that can be seen by others, can become solid when she wishes, possess others on a whim, or craves blood. Can vampires fade invisible? No matter. Jo’s only care is for Thaddie. Yet when Jo goes to collect Thaddie, he does not recognize her. Since her presence seems traumatizing to him, Jo leaves Thaddie with the Braydens. For the next sixteen or so years, Jo is alone, but always keeps up with the well being of her brother.

Ruin Darklight the Insatiable is half demon and half fey. He is the eyes and ears of the Møriør. Ruin uses his skill of sexual seduction to infiltrate his enemies’ inner sanctum, assassinate, and to extract information. His blood is a fatal poison to others. He hunts for Nïx along the most decadent streets in the town of New Orleans. He never expects to be attacked by a gorgeous woman, nor for that woman to drink his blood and live. No, not simply live; she seems to crave it! And unlike any woman before her, Ruin’s emotions go wild. He is unable to distance himself and wants no one else to possess her. But how can one hold onto a being that can disappear into thin air?

***** FIVE STARS! Unlike the other titles in the series, this one is written to stand alone. New readers do not need to know anything about the prior events or characters; however, those who have read them will see glimpses of previous characters – especially those connected in some way to the Valkyries at Val Hall. If you recall the wraiths that surround and protect Val Hall, then you are in for a treat. They may not be invulnerable after all. As for Thaddie, dedicated readers to the series have seen him before – briefly. I had totally forgotten him until the story reminded me of where.

All-in-all, I foresee even more awards for Kresley Cole with this, the latest addition in the Immortals after Dark series. Someone needs to explain to me exactly WHY this has not been made into a television series! *****

Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.


How the Texan Stole Christmas
How the Texan Stole Christmas
Price: £0.99

4.0 out of 5 stars I so enjoy reading Christmas stories during the holiday season., 25 Dec. 2015
Set in 1882, Fairview, Idaho Territory. Winnifred “Winnie” Spangler sets up a week-long Christmas event for the town’s singles in hopes of matchmaking. She, along with her best friend and fellow widow, Lulu Jamison, have the singles picking names to be Secret Christmas Angels. All week anonymous gifts would be given to the person each has chosen. No one would know who their angel was until the Fairview Christmas Tree Festival on Saturday. Privately, Winnie hopes her Christmas Angel is the ruggedly handsome Judd Shaw, the foreman of the Rocking R ranch. There was just something about that man.

**** FOUR STARS! ‘Tis the season for romantic Christmas stories. I highly suggest that you choose this novella. (At the time of this review, this story costs less than one dollar.) If you are reading this review and it is NOT the end of the year, no worries; this novella gem can be read any time of the year for a special pick-me-up whenever you are feeling down. Late in the story is a bit of spicy romance, but nothing too graphic (for ages teen and up.) It only took me a couple of hours to read and it left my heart feeling a warm glow. I believe that I will read this tale again next Christmas. ****

Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.


Western Seduction: Volume 2 (Seduction Series)
Western Seduction: Volume 2 (Seduction Series)
by Brenda Jernigan
Edition: Paperback
Price: £6.13

5.0 out of 5 stars This story was just so much fun to read!, 7 Dec. 2015
Set in 1935. Shannon McKinley flees her drunken and domineering father, Angus, when he arranges for her to wed with Buchanan. Shannon leaves Scotland for America and prepares to begin a new life. She answers an advertisement for a nanny and makes a very uncomfortable ride to Texas Territory with her fingers crossed.

Luke Griffin expects an older woman to answer his ad for a mail-order nanny. With his past, Luke has enough to worry about with all the hot heads that come around trying to make a name for themselves as a gunslinger. Since his wife died a few years ago, Luke has had his hands full with running the ranch. This leaves very little time for his children and he does not believe someone as frail-looking as Shannon will be up to the task either. He gives her one month to prove him wrong.

Growing up in the Highlands, Shannon is much tougher than she appears. The children are stubborn and willful, but Shannon is sure that she can turn them around. Eight-year-old Molly and six-year-old Tobey simply need a bit of attention, discipline, and guidance.

As everything begins to settle into place, Shannon realizes that her father has not given up chasing her. Angus has sent two clansmen to America with orders to bring Shannon home, whether she wants to come or not. However, Luke has changed his mind about Shannon, in more ways than one, and the clansmen will have to go through him if they want to reach his fiery-haired lass.

***** FIVE STARS! The story of Shannon and Luke was so much fun to read! I knew upon first meeting the character of Shannon that she was going to give the hero a run for his money – and I was not disappointed. As for Luke, the way the author introduces him shows that there is more to this man than meets the eye. His past experience makes him the perfect match for Shannon. The two are a lot alike and that means you (the readers) are in for a special treat as this romantic adventure unfolds.

Author Brenda Jernigan paints a vivid portrait of the early West that almost made me feel as if I were there. Romance, adventure, and some historical bits thrown into the mix make this story just too good to miss. I cannot recommend this tale highly enough! *****

Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.


Pivot Points: Creating A Culture Of Preparedness And Resiliency In America
Pivot Points: Creating A Culture Of Preparedness And Resiliency In America
by Paul T Martin
Edition: Paperback
Price: £9.59

5.0 out of 5 stars 4.5 Stars, 30 Oct. 2015
Those who seriously prepare in advance for (any type) of disaster have been granted many nicknames from Society. This book mainly covers the ones labeled as the Preppers or Survivalists. The signs of possible crisis are all around us. Few people are so sheltered that they have not seen them. However, human nature lets people believe that nothing so dire could ever actually happen to them. Mr. Martin’s book is an attempt to educate American readers as to why it is wise to be prepared. It does not matter if you believe that zombies will walk the land someday or in the possibility of civil unrest. It could be the fear of pandemics, economic crisis, or any other dozen types of unwanted problems. The author urges people to prepare for any and all problems that they believe could happen in their lifetime.

In the Introduction, the author clearly admits that most of the things in this book are not new. We have simply forgotten them over time. He also tells you up front that he will talk about God, guns, citizenship, charity, politics and will be critical of certain government actions and policies. As I read on, I found myself disagreeing with one or two things; however, I was warned in advance that the author did not expect me (or you) to agree with everything. In fact, I grinned whenever I remembered the warning. I prefer someone to be up front and honest with me – and for that someone to realize/respect that I will not bow down and simply agree with everything he says.

The deeper I delved into this book, the more often I would recall little words of wisdom from my mother. One was “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Another was “Think ahead. Try to be prepared, because it is better to be safe than sorry.” I have always thought that our Elders were encyclopedias of knowledge. This includes anyone older than you. Of example, I am the baby (and only girl) of my family. I grew up with two older brothers. By watching my elder siblings make mistakes and get punished by our parents, I learned NOT to repeat their mistakes. Therefore, my parents told everyone that I was easy to raise or that I seldom got into trouble. I was prepared and avoided disaster.

For myself, I found the most interesting sections of this book involved:

1. A Time Magazine article entitled “Why We Don’t Prepare.”
2. CPR
3. What is a “Culture of Preparedness?”
4. The top ten causes of death in America
5. At what point do someone’s disaster preparedness efforts become a symptom of a mental illness?

***** FOUR & A HALF STARS! It all boils down to the fact that it is not the government’s job or the church’s job to take care of you. You are ultimately responsible for your own safety, well-being and happiness. This book can help you begin. ***** (I borrowed this book from Amazon’s Kindle lending library.)

Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.


Michael's Angel, Book 2 of the Friendship Heirlooms Series
Michael's Angel, Book 2 of the Friendship Heirlooms Series
by Karen Wiesner
Edition: Paperback
Price: £10.89

4.0 out of 5 stars Karen Wiesner writes realistically., 26 Oct. 2015
Michael “Mike” Fremont lost his mother when she committed suicide in front of him while he was still in the single digits. Since then all he had done is survived. His last foster home bullied and used him like a male version of Cinderella. Mike cared about no one until LeeAnn Wagner moved in next door. Michael and LeeAnn fell in love. His love for her saved him. But as bad as his life was, her life was worse and Mike planned to rescue her.

LeeAnn was the result of her mother’s adultery. Her mother, Lindsey, had kept them moving around all of LeeAnn’s life. They never settled down anywhere for longer than a month; always running from Lindsey’s insane, murderously jealous husband. But this time Lindsey stayed in one spot for too long. Samson Oligee caught up with them. The man managed to kill Lindsey and her lover Jeremy; however, before Samson could kill LeeAnn, Michael had snuck into the house and helped her flee. Thirteen years passed …

Mike and LeeAnn settled in Peaceful, Wisconsin. Samson had been caught by the police, convicted of murdering Lindsey and Jeremy, and institutionalized for insanity. A year after his capture the institution had burned to the ground and the FBI assured them that LeeAnn’s homicidal stalker had been identified as one of the fire’s victims. Michael knew that LeeAnn had not been ready for the fierce longings that he kept in check. In order to give LeeAnn time to heal from her life-long trauma, he ensured she was safe with their friends in Peaceful before he enlisted with the Marines.

Michael’s four year tour is now over. He returns to Peaceful with the hope that LeeAnn has healed enough emotionally to consider a life with him by her side. As for LeeAnn, she has learned to care for herself and that gives her a feeling of accomplishment. She hopes that they can finally wed and be happy. So why does LeeAnn feel as though someone is in her apartment at night? Why does she not feel alone in her tightly secured home?

**** FOUR STARS! One of the best things I like about Karen Wiesner’s stories is that she writes realistically. When two or more characters have different views of a situation, Wiesner states the view point of each person. By doing so, I, as the reader, can understand why each character reacts they way s/he does. I can empathize and with most, if not all, characters and (therefore) understand their dilemmas. Most every tale that I have read from Wiesner is written this way and it keeps drawing me back for more of her stories. I state all this because I figured many reading my synopsis would wonder just how Mike enlisting and leaving LeeAnn alone could actually help her. Readers probably wonder if he was actually abandoning her when she needed comfort and stability. Only by reading the story and understanding Michael’s point-of-view will the reader be able to understand.

New readers to the series will not find themselves lost. This is a stand-alone story; however, if you read the first title in this series, you will recognize the main characters as secondary ones in this story. I enjoyed every moment I spent reading this gem and plan to pick up another of Wiesner’s titles to read during my upcoming vacation. Wonderful, as usual. ****

Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.


Frontier Engagement (Love Inspired Historical)
Frontier Engagement (Love Inspired Historical)
by Regina Scott
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
Price: £3.88

5.0 out of 5 stars If you love Romance, you will love this tale., 8 Aug. 2015
Set in Washington Territory, June 1866. Alexandrina “Rina” Fosgrave has traveled west to seek a fresh start as a teacher, not to find a groom. To that end, Rina agrees to travel with James Wallin to Wallin Landing for an interview. If all goes well, Rina would become a teacher at Lake Union School. Upon reaching her destination, Rina finds out that the school is brand new and she would be the only teacher. There are only a few students, but the community is growing, as would her class size.

James Wallin’s family is depending on him to find the new community a schoolteacher. Rina fits the bill perfectly. The problem is how he would convince her to accept the position. Just as the new teacher is settling in, one drunk, threatening parent has Rina reconsidering the position.

When Rina and James end up stranded in the wilderness together for a few days, James offers his hand in marriage to protect her reputation. Neither wants to wed or expects to fall in love, but perhaps “an engagement of convenience” could change that.

***** FIVE STARS! The character of James is unlike most I have read. He is a tease and jokes often. He can take any dark situation and show you there is still light to be found somewhere. Though his family has known James all his life and loves him deeply, only Rina’s character could see what lay behind his glib façade. These are the types of characters that Regina Scott has become a master at crafting. Her characters have multiple layers. They do not fall into any set template. Each is well developed and has their own personality. At the same time, the author keeps the people, their situations, and the world around them true to the time period. That includes Society’s rules for the era. Even minor background characters, such as Robert McKenzie who runs an out of the way hostelry, are memorable. (Now there is a character I would live to see again someday!)

If you love Romance, you will love this tale by Regina Scott. *****

Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.


Twilight in Danzig: A Privileged Jewish Childhood During the Third Reich
Twilight in Danzig: A Privileged Jewish Childhood During the Third Reich
by Siegfried Kra M.D.
Edition: Paperback
Price: £10.04

4.0 out of 5 stars Had the editing been better, it would have gotten the full five stars from me., 20 July 2015
Our Book began in the year 1932. Siegfried Kra was about to reach the age of six. Though Siegfried was a Jewish child, his father, Henry, was a famous industrialist which gave the boy a privileged status. With an important father and lots of money, Siegfried had a governess, Fraulein Marlow. He loved his parents, but they had often been busy being attending parties and doing business (mostly involving coal).

Fraulein Marlow came from a noble but impoverished family and was devoted to her charge; however, she also belonged to the Nazi Party and was scheming to convert Siegfried. Unknown to the parents, the governess took the boy to Nazi meetings and encouraged him to join the German Youth group (that Siegfried imagined to be like the Boy Scouts).

While out with his parents at various times, Siegfried witnessed several terrible things happen to people he knew, simply because they had been Jewish. So when the “Brownshirts” began forming a group during an opera they had been attending, Siegfried pointed them out to his father – who immediately got his family out. Siegfried and his parents watched the horrific beatings from outside, flat on the grass, and being quiet as possible.

**** FOUR STARS! My synopsis only gives a small glimpse into Siegfried Kra’s young life in Danzig. Over half of the book deals with events around the year 1932. Adolf Hitler was on the rise to the Chancellery. By the year 1938, the Nazification of Danzig was completed and Siegfried’s father had finally realized that he had to get his family out of Danzig before they joined the list of rapidly growing casualties. Siegfried details how they managed to escape the Gestapo.

This autobiography is a must for history buffs. The only real flaw of this book is the poor editing, especially toward the beginning. Most of the author’s childhood had been spent daydreaming of becoming a Captain someday. Yet when a doctor saved his life, Siegfried changed his mind about what he wanted to be. (On a side note: It was during the trip to the doctor that Siegfried’s family met Hitler and, not knowing the family to be Jewish, Hitler patted the boy on his head, spoke to Siegfried, and shook hands. Reporters caught it on camera. When it appeared in the newspaper, his family was ostracized from the Jewish community. This too, is detailed.)

Most publishers know that I do not review non-fiction books, due to what I see and hear about during my job at a local hospital. I read to escape real life and to have a “happily ever after” ending; however, I made an exception for this book because (while scanning the inside) it was well written and seemed very interesting. I am now very happy that gave this book a chance. I found it to be enthralling. Had the editing been better, it would have gotten the full five stars from me. ****

Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews


The Bloodmoon Curse, Book 2: Bloodmoon Cove Spirits Series
The Bloodmoon Curse, Book 2: Bloodmoon Cove Spirits Series
by Karen Wiesner
Edition: Paperback
Price: £10.67

5.0 out of 5 stars Highly recommended, 28 Jun. 2015
Twenty-five-year old Amberlyn Lyons lives in Marshfield, Wisconsin and works as a nurse in The Birth Center. She is eight months pregnant when she slips on ice, resulting in the loss of her unborn son. Everyone in the family seems to blame Amberlyn for the baby’s death; even her husband, Cain. Cain throws himself into his work instead of facing the tragedy. He expects Amberlyn to deal with her grief alone. So it is no wonder that it is several days before Cain realizes that his wife has disappeared.

Amberlyn is at a loss for what to do. Cain is unsupportive and she has no one to turn to – except Daniel Reynolds. Daniel was her roommate a couple years ago, when she met Cain. Daniel is like a brother to her, but to sooth Cain’s jealousy, Amberlyn has had no contact with him. Just as any good brother would do, Daniel gives her a place to stay until she can figure out her life. While looking at the newspaper, Amberlyn comes across a want ad for a nanny. There are three children who have recently lost their parents in a house fire and are in dire need of guidance. Amberlyn is unable to stop herself from calling the number given for more information. Not wanting to be a bother to Daniel, she agrees to take the position, but stresses that she would only care for the children temporarily, until a permanent nanny could be hired. Amberlyn intends to call Cain once she is settled into her new position; however, everything changes once Amberlyn reaches her destination.

Bloodmoon Cove is a small town up north, on Lake Superior. The three children are currently living with relatives at Bloodmoon Manor. The manor is high in the mountains. Treacherous passes surround the place and the recent heavy snowfalls make the journey even more dangerous. The manor is huge, several stories high. There are no phones, no electricity, and the only real modern touch is that they have running water. Amberlyn is completely isolated from the rest of the world. Amberlyn writes a letter for Cain, but it may be several weeks before Cecil, the gatekeeper, would be able to reach the manor again to pick it up and posting it; and that is only if the snow stops. Amberlyn takes to the children instantly, but everyone else in the manor makes her skin crawl. Other than the timid maid, Hannah, all the adults are harsh, cold, and often cruel. Hannah seems to know what is going on, but fear keeps her silent. Amberlyn and the children are not allowed to leave the house, nor explore it. They are expected to remain only in the few designated sections of the manor. All the while, tales are being told of a ghost that haunts Bloodmoon Manor; a ghost which intends to claim Amberlyn as his own on the next full moon.

***** FIVE STARS! There are so many of us out there that recall those old Gothic Romances with great fondness. Those romances had a bit of the supernatural within them and, in rare cases, not all of them had a perfect ending. But that is what kept me guessing back then. Would there be a perfect and happy ending or would it end with a bit of creepiness? In the not so distant past, Gothic Romances came back but always had a happy ending with all loose ends tied up. Again, so many of us loved them and yet the Gothic Romance would disappear for several years, reappear a bit different, disappear, reappear a bit different, and so on. Well I am thrilled to say that the Gothic Romance seems to be coming back again thanks to Karen Wiesner. (Woo-Hoo!) So I bet you are wondering what the “a bit different” is this time. Karen Wiesner includes a bit of the modern time. The story has the same spine chilling creepiness, but is set in the present time and includes modern troubles. This tale involves a couple who has undergone a recent, personal tragedy which is compounded by Cain’s parents’ ethics. (They care about Cain being hurt by Amberlyn, just as the two ladies before her did.) The pair have not been married long, a couple of years, and Cain is adrift, unable to realize how much his distraught wife needs him.

Karen Wiesner’s writing style is easy to read and understand. She creates well developed characters and gives each their own personality. I have read many of her books in the past – she has written in various genres – but I believe the Gothic Romances are her best ever. Highly recommended to one and all. *****

Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.


Bloodmoon Cove Spirits Series, Book 2: The Bloodmoon Curse
Bloodmoon Cove Spirits Series, Book 2: The Bloodmoon Curse
Price: £4.28

5.0 out of 5 stars Highly recommended, 28 Jun. 2015
Twenty-five-year old Amberlyn Lyons lives in Marshfield, Wisconsin and works as a nurse in The Birth Center. She is eight months pregnant when she slips on ice, resulting in the loss of her unborn son. Everyone in the family seems to blame Amberlyn for the baby’s death; even her husband, Cain. Cain throws himself into his work instead of facing the tragedy. He expects Amberlyn to deal with her grief alone. So it is no wonder that it is several days before Cain realizes that his wife has disappeared.

Amberlyn is at a loss for what to do. Cain is unsupportive and she has no one to turn to – except Daniel Reynolds. Daniel was her roommate a couple years ago, when she met Cain. Daniel is like a brother to her, but to sooth Cain’s jealousy, Amberlyn has had no contact with him. Just as any good brother would do, Daniel gives her a place to stay until she can figure out her life. While looking at the newspaper, Amberlyn comes across a want ad for a nanny. There are three children who have recently lost their parents in a house fire and are in dire need of guidance. Amberlyn is unable to stop herself from calling the number given for more information. Not wanting to be a bother to Daniel, she agrees to take the position, but stresses that she would only care for the children temporarily, until a permanent nanny could be hired. Amberlyn intends to call Cain once she is settled into her new position; however, everything changes once Amberlyn reaches her destination.

Bloodmoon Cove is a small town up north, on Lake Superior. The three children are currently living with relatives at Bloodmoon Manor. The manor is high in the mountains. Treacherous passes surround the place and the recent heavy snowfalls make the journey even more dangerous. The manor is huge, several stories high. There are no phones, no electricity, and the only real modern touch is that they have running water. Amberlyn is completely isolated from the rest of the world. Amberlyn writes a letter for Cain, but it may be several weeks before Cecil, the gatekeeper, would be able to reach the manor again to pick it up and posting it; and that is only if the snow stops. Amberlyn takes to the children instantly, but everyone else in the manor makes her skin crawl. Other than the timid maid, Hannah, all the adults are harsh, cold, and often cruel. Hannah seems to know what is going on, but fear keeps her silent. Amberlyn and the children are not allowed to leave the house, nor explore it. They are expected to remain only in the few designated sections of the manor. All the while, tales are being told of a ghost that haunts Bloodmoon Manor; a ghost which intends to claim Amberlyn as his own on the next full moon.

***** FIVE STARS! There are so many of us out there that recall those old Gothic Romances with great fondness. Those romances had a bit of the supernatural within them and, in rare cases, not all of them had a perfect ending. But that is what kept me guessing back then. Would there be a perfect and happy ending or would it end with a bit of creepiness? In the not so distant past, Gothic Romances came back but always had a happy ending with all loose ends tied up. Again, so many of us loved them and yet the Gothic Romance would disappear for several years, reappear a bit different, disappear, reappear a bit different, and so on. Well I am thrilled to say that the Gothic Romance seems to be coming back again thanks to Karen Wiesner. (Woo-Hoo!) So I bet you are wondering what the “a bit different” is this time. Karen Wiesner includes a bit of the modern time. The story has the same spine chilling creepiness, but is set in the present time and includes modern troubles. This tale involves a couple who has undergone a recent, personal tragedy which is compounded by Cain’s parents’ ethics. (They care about Cain being hurt by Amberlyn, just as the two ladies before her did.) The pair have not been married long, a couple of years, and Cain is adrift, unable to realize how much his distraught wife needs him.

Karen Wiesner’s writing style is easy to read and understand. She creates well developed characters and gives each their own personality. I have read many of her books in the past – she has written in various genres – but I believe the Gothic Romances are her best ever. Highly recommended to one and all. *****

Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.


Instinct: Chronicles of Nick
Instinct: Chronicles of Nick
by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Edition: Hardcover

4.0 out of 5 stars Tales by Sherrilyn Kenyon are filled with major awesomeness!, 19 Jun. 2015
Nick Gautier deals with zombies, demons, vampires, shifters, all sorts of creatures and people every day. Many of those are his friends and allies. Thanks to them, Nick has survived everything that has been thrown his way. Just as Nick begins to hope that his life is finally back to normal, everything goes to hell – literally.

Nick has accepted the demon that lives within him. Now he must learn to control it. This is not an easy task while trying to keep a low profile. The dark gods are still after Nick. Now that those dark gods know where to find Nick, they will stop at nothing to get him.

**** FOUR STARS! Author Sherrilyn Kenyon’s cast of characters are well developed and seem to become more real with each story. Nick’s character in particular is evolving, growing, and I can see glimpses into what Nick could one day become – and it is fabulous! Some secrets of the Primordial gods are revealed in this installment and readers will learn more about Kody, his mother. These characters are not the only interesting ones in the story either. (Not by a long shot.)

It does not matter if you are male or female. I feel that anyone from the ages of teen to adult would love this story. Heck, they would love the entire series. There is very little language, a lot of Nick’s trademark sarcasm, and an ample supply of action. The only real down side (of the entire series) is that each story seems to have cliff hanger endings. It is no wonder to me that this series (and the author’s “Dark-Hunter” series) are soon to be major motion pictures. Tales by Sherrilyn Kenyon are major awesomeness! ****

Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.


Page: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11-20