Wow, this is the last book hunt of 2019. I sound like a broken record, but I can’t believe 2019 is over already. This year was better than the last couple and I hope 2020 is even better.
Welcome to my Sunday book hunt and author gossip. Keep coming back for updates on book releases and news from favorite authors.
Back with new releases again… they keep writin’ them, we keep readin’ them.
- Jenn Stark is releasing a new book in the Wilde Justice series. If you are not familiar, this series spotlights Sarah Wilde in her new position on the Arcana Council. If you aren’t familiar with Sarah Wilde, then you really should start on the Immortal Vegas series where Sarah comes into her own. Jenn Stark is an excellent writer and her characters are whole and interesting.
As the Tarot incarnation of Justice, tracking down the outlaws of the psychic community and delivering them to Judgment is Sara Wilde’s business…and business is good.
Now a rival syndicate known as The Shadow Court seeks to impose their own brand of justice, restricting magic to only the richest and most influential psychics, while stripping power from all the “undesirables” along the way. Their top priority? Hit Sara Wilde, guiding light of psychics everywhere, where it hurts…
Right in the heart.
From the crackling fires of Burning Man to Sara’s even more incendiary high school reunion, the path is never more twisted than when you follow The Wayward Star.
- The next book I’m spotlighting is another series that I absolutely love. I’ve even started re-reading them! Teresa Gabelman writes a good vampire romance series called The Protectors. Of course the Vampires are kick ass and all good guys and gals.
Title: A Warrior Christmas
Author: Teresa Gabelman
Series: The Protectors series #14
Release date: December 22, 2019
Description: Jingle bells! Jingle bells! Warriors are on their way. Oh, what fun it is to slay a rogue vampire today. Hey!
To have more Christmas fun dive into A Warrior Christmas to see which mate gets the perfect gift and which Warrior Grinch finds his holiday cheer.
- I have been following this series for years. Jess is a vampire that has not turned into a mindless eating machine due to her brother who is a priest. He works his Devine magic in order to save her from the vampire virus that turns vampires into those that cannot control themselves. It’s a good story, but like I’ve said in my past reviews there are places in the story that are not cohesive. I got confused a couple of times.
Jess Vandermire and John (Britt) Brittain have been in Paris for three months now, but they aren’t going home yet. There’s a complicated vampire uprising brewing, and everything they’ve encountered in Paris so far has drawn them deeper into the conspiracy. It’s becoming apparent there are more than just vampires in the mix, but Jess still hasn’t figured out exactly what they’re up against…or who their true enemy is.
Jess and Britt will have to work without a net, covering treacherous terrain to root out just what the threat is. The police are no longer trustworthy–even though someone is definitely doing everything in their power to break the current Pact between vampires and humans. But when Jess and Britt finally unearth the truth, they realize that they’re facing their most dangerous enemy yet.
And it’s not at all who they expected . . .
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