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Review: Gilded Hearts by Christine D’Abo

April 24th, 2014 @ 12:02 am
Posted by Steph under Review Tags: Christine d'Abo, Gilded Hearts, Review, Steampunk, The Shadow Guild Series

Gilded HeartsTitle: Gilded Hearts

Author: Christine D’Abo

Genre: Steampunk

Series: The Shadow Guild (Book #1)

Publication Date: January 7, 2014

Format: Paperback, 400 Pages

ISBN-10: 1455550523 (Forever/Hachette)

ISBN-13: 978-1455550524 (Forever/Hachette)

Reviewed by: Steph

Synopsis:

Samuel Hawkins, Sergeant in the King’s Sentry, has been called in to investigate a murder case. As he awaits the Archivists to arrive—the team who will use a special device to extract the memories of the dead man to help find clues to his murder—he never expects to come face to face with the woman he’d left behind when he’d fled the Archives five years earlier.

Piper Smith has grown from the girl Samuel remembered into a strong woman and full-fledged archivist. Shadowed by her mentor, Master Ryerson, Piper will be performing her first extraction. When she sees Samuel, she must push aside her childhood crush, else risk her standing within the Guild.

As the two begin working together to find the killer, Samuel and Piper explore their intense attraction to each other. But “Jack the Ripper” proves to be harder to catch than the two originally thought. What’s worse, they discover he may very well work for the Archives. Now, Samuel and Piper must battle internal and external threats as they try to foil a plot against the Crown and stop Jack the Ripper from taking his next victim.

Quick & Dirty: Sam thought he had put his past at the Archives behind him. Then, when Jack the Ripper makes his appearance in New London, he comes directly into contact with his past, in the form of the woman he left behind. Now they must work together to catch a killer in this thrilling addition to the steampunk genre.

Opening Sentence: The cold bite of the late fall air against Samuel Hawkins’ cheek had long caused it to go numb.

Excerpt: Yes

The Review:

Steampunk has always been hit or miss for me, so I was a little nervous when I started Gilded Hearts. By the end of Chapter One, I was intrigued. By Chapter Three, I was hooked. Christine D’Abo has created a steampunk version of London that is fascinating, easy to understand, and full of great possibility for future books.

Years ago, Sam escaped the Archives, the most powerful Guild in New London. The Archivists (or zombies as they’re known derogatorily on the streets) are responsible for collecting memories from the dead and storing them for posterity. Sam was put through hell during his tenure with the Archivists and finally could not take it anymore and ran away. He started a new life for himself and is now a member of the King’s Sentry. One night, a prostitute is killed, and the Archivist assigned to the memory retrieval is none other than Piper, the girl Sam left behind when he ran away. The spark between them reignites, and neither of them is strong enough to resist its pull, despite the fact that Piper’s duty as an Archivist means she can’t be involved with a man. Piper and Sam’s paths continue to cross, however, as more prostitutes are being murdered. It seems Jack the Ripper has made his presence known in New London, and he won’t rest until his mission is complete. As the danger ramps up, Sam and Piper must decide if their love is strong enough to withstand Jack’s killing spree and the wrath of the Archivists.

The characters in this book practically leap off the page. We get scenes from both Sam and Piper’s points of view, and I honestly didn’t prefer one over the other. There is a lot to admire in Piper as a heroine. She is very strong-willed for a woman in this time period (albeit an alternate time period). She’s having to come to terms with the fact that the Guild that’s protected her all of her life may not be entirely what it seems. Watching her struggle with this realization while still moving forward with the investigation made me like her even more as a character. Sam has suffered immensely in his life and managed to come out on the other side a stronger person. While memories of the Archives still haunt him, he doesn’t let that affect how he pursues this investigation. Again, a very admirable trait.

While I loved the characters, I think my favorite part of this book dealt with the use of flashbacks. So often, flashbacks in novels only serve to disrupt the flow of the story. Not so here. Flashbacks to Sam and Piper’s past at the Archives are interwoven so seamlessly into the narrative that there’s no disruption at all. Everything fits together so perfectly. The flashbacks serve to make the reader feel more connected to the characters while giving them information that’s pertinent to the story.

Before reading this novel, I had never read any of Christine D’Abo’s work. That will certainly be changing now. I’ve become completely hooked on this steampunk version of London and find myself eagerly anticipating book 2, as it deals with one of my favorite side characters from this novel. Fans of steampunk (and even readers who’ve never read steampunk before) should definitely check this series out!

 Notable Scene:

She stood with her back pressed to the wall, her palms flat against the stone. Chin lifted, she stared right into his eyes. “The Archives and the Guild Masters aren’t perfect. Yes, they took me from my mum so long ago that sometimes I wonder if the dreams I have of her are real or simply my own fantasies. I wonder constantly of the life I would have now if I’d stayed there with her. Grown up under her watchful eye until a time when I was to be married off. They took that life from me, but they gave me something else. A place in society that I could never have obtained on my own.”

“I didn’t mean-”

“Yes you did.” Her chuckle was as sad as anything he could ever remember hearing. “Don’t worry. I’ve known since we were children how you felt. I wouldn’t expect years of living on the outside to change that perspective. Reinforce it, more likely.”

Christ. There shouldn’t be this gap between them. Yes, it had been five years, but they hadn’t changed that much since they’d last been together. If anything, they’d become more of what they’d always been. They’d grown into themselves, but still felt much the same as they had back then. About the Archives, and about one another.

Dangerous indeed.

Keeping his gaze locked onto hers, Samuel tried once more to close the distance between them. He took a small step, watching for any sign that Piper didn’t want him. She didn’t move.

“I’m glad you were taken by the Archives, Pip.”

Her eyes widened as she pulled her shoulders back against the wall. The blast of annoyance he felt from her was only visible by the tightening around her mouth.

Samuel chanced another step closer.

“If it meant that you were pulled from society, that another man wouldn’t be able to touch you, then I will be forever grateful. Because you see,” he cupped her cheek, “even though we’ve never so much as kissed, you belong to me.”

The Shadow Guild Series:

1. Gilded Hearts

2. Quicksilver Soul

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Review: Under A Spell by Hannah Jayne

April 24th, 2014 @ 12:01 am
Posted by Kelly under Review Tags: Hannah Jayne, Review, The Underworld Detection Agency Chronicles, Under A Spell, Urban Fantasy

Under A Spell CoverTitleUnder A Spell

AuthorHannah Jayne

Genre: Urban Fantasy

Series: Underworld Detection Agency (Book #5)

Publication Date: August 6, 2013

Format: Paperback, 416 Pages

ISBN-10: 0758281129 (Kensington)

ISBN-13: 978-0758281135 (Kensington)

Reviewed by: Kelly

Synopsis:

Count your blessings, guard your curses—and watch your back…

Sophie Lawson was seriously hoping life at the UDA would get back to relative normal now that her boss Pete Sampson has been reinstated. Unfortunately, her new assignment is sending her undercover into a realm where even the most powerful paranormals fear to tread…her old high school. Being a human immune to magic is no defense against soulless picture-perfect mean girls—or a secret witch coven about to sacrifice a missing female student. And Sophie’s Guardian, uber-proper Englishman Will, is determined to convince Sophie he’s the kind of temptation she should indulge in permanently. Now, as the clock ticks down to apocalypse, he and Sophie will have to summon every trick in the book to battle devilish illusion, lethal sorcery—and betrayals they’ll never see coming…

Quick & Dirty: Under A Spell is one of those rare stories that combines laugh-out-loud moments with fast-paced thrills. Though her inner dialogue can get tiring at times, Sophie Lawson is probably the most realistic paranormal heroine I’ve encountered and I truly appreciated the light-hearted flair that her diverse cast of friends brought to the story.

Opening Sentence: “You want me to do what?”

Excerpt: Yes

The Review:

Sophie Lawson leads a fairly normal life. She has a roommate, a job and a boyfriend. It just so happens that her roommate is a vampire; her job is with the Scotland Yard of the paranormal world known as the Underworld Detective Agency; and her boyfriend has been avoiding her since she told him she loved him. Oh, did I mention that he’s a fallen angel who has to kill her to re-enter Heaven because her body is the current home to the Vessel of Souls?

The description of how Sophie came to be the Vessel of Souls isn’t clear, but I’d think that being a kind of supernatural holding cell for all of the human souls stuck in limbo and safeguarding the power to enslave all of humankind if it falls into the wrong angelic or evil hands would give a girl some paranormal benefits. Unfortunately the only ability Sophie possesses in her otherwise still very human body is an immunity to magic. Which makes her the perfect choice to go undercover after an unregistered coven is suspected of a kidnapping at her alma mater. The multitude of supernatural baddies Sophie’s faced is nothing compared to what awaits her at the all-girl Mercy High though. Her memories are more Carrie than High School Musical and she can’t stop freaking out at the thought of returning to the place where her self-esteem was murdered. Turns out that some things never change and when Sophie’s first meeting with the school’s “in” crowd goes as poorly as she expected, she ends up becoming the champion for another outcast girl at the school.

As if dealing with the poster child for mean-girl bullies and a possible coven isn’t enough, Sophie’s roommate has turned their apartment into a theatre production, a vindictive untrained teenage witch is after her boss and she’s been assigned a new partner. Will Sherman – her incredibly sexy neighbor, Guardian for the Vessel of Souls, local firefighter hero and the man she didn’t choose – is going in undercover with her. Will’s close proximity and swoon-worthy flirtations only emphasizes the distance Alex Grace, her possible ex-boyfriend, has put between them. It’s clear that Will still cares for Sophie and it’s not long until she begins questioning her choice. A sentiment her friends (and this reader) obviously share and aren’t afraid to mention.

Unable to separate her miserable past from the dangerous present, Sophie sets out to convince Will of a student’s guilt even as the evidence points to a more sinister and longer lasting threat than anyone realized. The stakes get higher and the threats hit closer to home as it becomes clear that Sophie’s mistake could mean the death of someone she cares for.

Anyone looking for a mystery with a bit of silliness will enjoy Under A Spell. However, you should move along if you’re looking for a paranormal romance because this is possibly the most un-romantic romance story I’ve come across. Sure there’s plenty sex-on-a-stick references to Will, yet the action is as exciting as a church ice cream social. It’s commendable that Sophie is using her considerable will power to control herself since she’s in love with Alex, but not even a tiny kiss with the delicious Englishman? Granted, I haven’t read the other books in the series and Alex could very well be the dreamiest angel to ever lose his wings. Yet, with what little exposure of Alex there was in this installment, I couldn’t for the life of me understand Sophie’s longing for the jerk.

I’d also be lying if I didn’t say there were times when Sophie’s pity party crossed into annoying territory. Yes, the teenage girls were as cruel as…well, teenage girls can be. Fallon was every bit That Girl, the one both envied and despised by the majority of her frenemies, and there were definitely times when I wanted to drop kick her. It was hard to understand why Sophie continued to cower in front of the girl after her initial confrontation. Thankfully Jayne balanced Sophie’s neurosis with a number of light-hearted characters that limited my annoyance and kept the amusement high. Which is probably the only reason why I’m going to start reading at the beginning of the series before continuing on with the next book.

Notable Scene:

“But she’s a teenage girl, Sophie. Who you’re accusing of killing her best friend.”

I narrowed my eyes. “I’m not saying she killed her, I’m saying that Fallon may have had more to do with it than you think.”

“And I’m saying she may have had less to do with it than you think.”

“You don’t know teenage girls, Will. You don’t know what they’re like.”

Will took a step back from me, his eyes raking over me in a way that made me feel exposed. “Those are your demons, love. Not hers.”

The Underworld Detection Agency Chronicles:

1. Under Wraps

2. Under Attack

3. Under Suspicion

4. Under the Gun

5. Under A Spell

6. Under the Final Moon (August 5, 2014)

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FTC Advisory: Kensington Books provided me with a copy of Under A Spell. No goody bags, sponsorships, “material connections,” or bribes were exchanged for my review.

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Review: Enchanting the Beast by Kathryne Kennedy

April 23rd, 2014 @ 12:01 am
Posted by Kelly under Review Tags: Enchanting the Beast, Historical, Kathryne Kennedy, Paranormal Romance, Review, The Relics of Merlin

Enchanting the Beast CoverTitleEnchanting the Beast

AuthorKathryne Kennedy

Genre: Historical/Paranormal Romance

Series: The Relics of Merlin (Book #3)

Publication Date: April 1, 2014

Format: Paperback, 352 Pages

ISBN-10: 1402269889 (Sourcebooks)

ISBN-13: 978-1402269882 (Sourcebooks)

Reviewed by: Kelly

Synopsis:

Dark Things Lurk in Grimspell Castle Sir Nicodemus Wulfson is haunted by memories of murder—and ghosts. He brings in a ghost-hunter in the form of celebrated spiritualist Lady Philomena Radcliff, and promptly, all hell breaks loose. Is Philomena a threat to his already suffering family? Or can Nico trust his burgeoning attraction to her?

Is it Him She Should Fear? Lady Philomena has resigned herself to a life of spinsterhood performing séances for the aristocracy—until she meets sexy young werewolf Sir Nico. She agrees to try ridding his castle of its increasingly restless spirits. But there are more mysteries within Grimspell Castle than even Nico is aware of, and when a local girl turns up dead, Phil wonders if she’s risking her life as well as her heart.

Quick & Dirty: Enchanting the Beast is an interesting and highly enjoyable combination of fantasy, mystery and paranormal romance. Despite being the third book in the series, it can be read as a stand-alone thanks to Kennedy’s exceptional worldbuilding.

Opening Sentence: Lady Philomena Radcliff closed her eyes and called to the spirit of the late Lord Stanhope.

Excerpt: Yes

The Review:

Lady Philomena Radcliff’s ability to both see and speak with the dead does little for her social life, but it pays the bills. Hired to perform séances at lavish parties hosted by the most elite magical families in London, Phil isn’t above using parlor tricks to make her clients happy and keep the invitations – and money – rolling in. After all, though her gift is very real, it’s not like communicating with the dearly departed is an exact science. Not every ghost responds to Phil’s requests, while others respond more…enthusiastically…than she likes. Luckily, she has a spirit-guide named Tup and a shape-shifting orphan named Sarah to help her when things get dangerous. Too bad neither Tup nor Sarah can protect her from an instant attraction to Sir Nicodemus Wulfson, the much younger baronet of Grimspell Castle – and her new client.

As a shape-shifter, Nico is immune to the nobility’s magic and can see through the illusion created by any spell. His first encounter with the older, but still lively and beautiful, ghost-hunter leaves him skeptical of both her abilities and the existence of ghosts, but Nico is desperate. His ailing brother, Royden, is convinced that something has angered the ghosts of Grimspell Castle. Nico hopes Phil’s presence will be enough to put Royden’s fears to rest and help him recover his health.

The ghosts aren’t the only things haunting Grimspell though. Turns out that something murdered Nico’s former fiancée, something that eyewitnesses describe as a giant black wolf. The fact that Nico’s wolf-form is brown doesn’t stop the townspeople from coming for his blood when another local girl turns up dead though. Declaring his innocence and leading the hunt to bring the real killer to justice, Nico also sets out to prove to Phil that his deepening feelings aren’t fleeting. When a chance encounter convinces Phil that the murders are tied to the haunting at Grimspell Castle, she races to find the proof she needs to save Nico and his family from a fate worse than death.

The magical world Kennedy created for Enchanting the Beast is unlike anything I’ve read before. Basically, Merlin is the trunk of the magical family tree that became English nobility. The hierarchy and titles corresponds with the magical Merlin gift an offspring inherits: Kings and Queens are those who’ve inherited the most of Merlin’s magical capabilities and can perform comprehensive magical feats whereas Dukes have only inherited the ability to change matter and so on.

At the bottom of the magical barrel are the baronets, shape-shifters that are both man and animal. While they are considered Merlin’s greatest enchantment, baronets are immune to all other forms of magic – making them both feared and despised by the majority of their magical cousins. That is, until it was discovered that the baronets were the only ones capable of finding the thirteen magical relics Merlin hid before pulling a disappearing act. The fact that the relics held power beyond anything that anyone had inherited made them the Holy Grail for noblemen (and women) looking to up their position in the world and baronets suddenly found themselves in a position of power. Which is how Nico, a baronet, is also the lord of a large estate bestowed on his family by Prince Albert as payment for their magic-sniffing services.

That said, this story would’ve received a high rating even if the magical elements weren’t so unique thanks to the seriously smokin’ romance and Sherlock Holmes-esque mystery. Nico is literally the ultimate alpha male and his pursuit of Phil is nothing less than swoon-worthy. Phil’s “live and let live” attitude made her a very likeable character and I certainly became invested in her happiness – something that wasn’t a given because of the mystery surrounding the haunting at Grimspell Castle. Honestly, I had some inkling of who was behind both the murders and why the castle ghosts were up in arms, but the connection between the two actually surprised me.

Overall, this story really impressed me and I don’t hesitate to recommend it to anyone who enjoys a paranormal mystery with some heat.

Notable Scene:

“Sir Nicodemus.” Her voice was low, so husky with promise that he didn’t dare breathe. “I would like to forget, for just a moment, that I am forty and you are seven and twenty. I would like to be kissed in the moonlight, with straw in my hair and hayfairies dancing over fields of waving grass. Do you think you could retract your promise to be a gentleman?”

Nico let out a breath.

“Just for this moment, of course,” she added.

Of course. Nico put his hand under her chin and stroked the firm line of her jaw with his thumb. He gently turned her face toward him, the wolf retreating so that he felt an unusual warmth flow through him as he lowered his mouth to hers. Her lips tasted sweet; she smelled of crushed hay and roses. Nico stroked his lips over hers, her mouth trembling beneath his. Something twisted inside his chest and he kept his touch light, his mouth relaxed and undemanding. He couldn’t remember ever bestowing such a tender kiss upon someone. He had never wanted to.

The Relics of Merlin Series:

1. Enchanting the Lady

2. Double Enchantment

3. Enchanting the Beast

4. Everlasting Enchantment

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FTC Advisory: Sourcebooks Casablanca provided me with a copy of Enchanting the Beast. No goody bags, sponsorships, “material connections,” or bribes were exchanged for my review.

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Teaser Tour: Burning Dawn by Gena Showalter

April 22nd, 2014 @ 12:02 am
Posted by Kristie under Blog Tour Tags: Angels of the Dark Series, Burning Dawn, Gena Showalter, Paranormal Romance

Gena Showalter 2Next Tuesday, Burning Dawn, the third novel in Gena Showalter’s Angels of the Dark series will be released. Today we have an amazing quote from Burning Dawn to tease you until you can pick up your copy.

A huge thanks to Harlequin for today’s giveaway. One lucky winner will win a signed and personalized copy of Burning Dawn by Gena Showalter! Open to US addresses only.

About Gena

Gena Showalter is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author whose books have appeared in Cosmopolitan and Seventeen magazines, as well as Entertainment Weekly.  Her novel Red Handed has been optioned by Sony Television.  Critics have called her books “sizzling page-turners” and “utterly spellbinding stories,” while Showalter herself has been called “a star on the rise.”  Her mix of humor, danger and wickedly hot sex provides wildly sensual page-turners sure to enthrall.

You can visit Gena around the web here: Website | Twitter | Facebook

Harlequin: Twitter | Facebook

Want to read more from Gena Showalter?

The Darkest Night The Darkest Kiss The Darkest Pleasure The Darkest Whisper The Darkest Passion The Darkest Lie The Darkest SecretThe Darkest Surrender  (Lor...The Darkest Seduction (Lord...The Darkest Craving (Lords ...Awaken Me Darkly Enslave Me Sweetly Savor Me Slowly Seduce the Darkness Ecstasy in Darkness Dark Taste of RaptureHeart of the Dragon Jewel of Atlantis The Nymph King The Vampire's Bride The Amazon's CurseIntertwined Unraveled TwistedAlice in Zombieland Through the Zombie Glass The Queen of Zombie HeartsWicked Nights Beauty Awakened Burning DawnPlaying with Fire Twice as HotThe Stone Prince The Pleasure SlaveLast Kiss Goodnight Black and BlueRed Handed Blacklisted

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April 21: Fantasy Book Addict

April 23: Vampire Book Club

April 24: Paranormal Romance Blog

April 25: Paranormal Cravings

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One lucky winner will win a signed and personalized copy of Burning Dawn

Burning Dawn

Available April 29, 2014 from Harlequin

About this Book:

New York Times bestselling author Gena Showalter returns with a sizzling Angels of the Dark tale about a winged warrior renowned for his ruthlessness, and the woman who becomes his obsession…

A tormented past has left Thane with an insatiable need for violence, making him the most dangerous assassin in the skies. He lives by a single code: no mercy. And as he unleashes his fury on his most recent captor, he learns no battle could have prepared him for the slave he rescues from his enemy’s clutches—a beauty who stokes the fires of his darkest desires.

Elin Vale has her own deep-rooted scars, and her attraction to the exquisite warrior who freed her challenges her every boundary. But Thane’s unwavering determination to protect her means she must face her greatest fears—and enter a world in which passion is power, and victory means breathtaking surrender.

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Cover Reveal: Tempting the Bodyguard by Jennifer L. Armentrout

April 22nd, 2014 @ 12:01 am
Posted by Kelly under Taking Cover Tags: Contemporary Romance, Gamble Brothers Series, J. Lynn, Jennifer L. Armentrout, Tempting the Bodyguard

Jennifer L. ArmentroutDark Faerie Tales is excited to participate in the cover reveal for the newest Gamble Brothers novel Tempting the Bodyguard by Jennifer L. Armentrout writing as J. Lynn! The 3rd novel in the Gamble Brothers series will be released on May 12, 2014 from Entangled Publishing.

About Jennifer:

# 1 NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY Bestselling author Jennifer Armentrout lives in Martinsburg, West Virginia. All the rumors you’ve heard about her state aren’t true. When she’s not hard at work writing. she spends her time reading, working out, watching really bad zombie movies, pretending to write, and hanging out with her husband and her Jack Russell, Loki.

Her dreams of becoming an author started in algebra class, where she spent most of her time writing short stories….which explains her dismal grades in math. Jennifer writes young adult paranormal, science fiction, fantasy, and contemporary romance. She is published with Spencer Hill Press, Entangled Teen and Brazen, Disney/Hyperion and Harlequin Teen.

She also writes adult and New Adult romance under the name J. Lynn. She is published by Entangled Brazen and HarperCollins.

You can visit Jennifer around the web here: Website | Blog | Twitter | Facebook

Want to read more from Jennifer L. Armentrout?

Wait for You (Wait for You,...Trust in Me (Wait for You, ...Be with Me (Wait for You, #2)Tempting the Best Man Tempting the Player FrigidUnchainedObsidian Onyx Opal OriginHalf-Blood Pure Deity Apollyon SentinelWhite Hot Kiss Stone Cold TouchThe Return

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Available May 12, 2014 from Entangled Publishing

About the Book:

A sexy category romance from Entangled’s Brazen imprint…

He can protect her from everyone except himself.

Alana Gore is in danger. A take-no-prisoners publicist, her way with people has   made her more than a few enemies over the years, but a creepy stalker is an entirely different matter. She needs a bodyguard, and the only man she can ask is not only ridiculously hot, but reputed to have taste for women that goes beyond adventurous.

Chandler Gamble has one rule: don’t protect anyone you want to screw. But with Alana, he’s caught between his job and his increasingly hard libido. On one hand, Alana needs his help. On the other, Chandler wants nothing more than to take the hot volcano of a woman in hand. To make her writhe in pleasure, until she’s at his complete mercy.

She needs protection. He needs satisfaction. And the moment the line is crossed, all hell will break loose…

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