Vampires are such a known supernatural creature in fiction and in media in general. There is something that is oddly appealing about a guy seducing you for your blood. Everything that is not like us, wondering about their humanity. Plenty of us like the darker things in life. Myself included. Vampires and Youthful Me Back… Continue reading What is the Thing About Vampires and Me? | #Blogtober
The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires is an addictive horror novel with a vampire.
Don’t Hex and Drive is the second book in the series Stay A Spell in which we follow each sister as they find romance. Here we follow Isadore and the sexy vampire Devraj.
You need a vampire to catch a vampire.
Thank you to Tor Books and Netgalley for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway. Book: The Angel of the Crows by Katherine Addison Release Date: June 23rd 2020 Tags: Fantasy | Adult | Standalone | Angels | Hellhounds | Vampires | Historical | London… Continue reading The Angel of the crows | Book Review
Is The Beautiful really THE vampire book of 2019?
The Trials of Morrigan Crow is another stellar middle grade!
Sugar Spells, the second Spellwork Syndicate book, is a cute and cozy winter read.
After finishing Bones and Bourbon I immediately went to see what else NineStar Press had because my curiosity was certainly piqued. I found this anthology that focuses on lesbian/bisexual paranormal short stories. This of course interested me as I don’t often get the chance to read fantasy and paranormal with lesbian or bisexual characters. We… Continue reading Five Reasons to Read Anthology Into The Mystic (Volume 3)
Book: The Passage (The Passage 1) by Justin Cronin Release Date: June 8th 2010 Tags: Adult / Horror / Science-Fiction / Post-Apocalyptic / Super Human / Vampires Synopsis First, the unthinkable: a security breach at a secret U.S. government facility unleashes the monstrous product of a chilling military experiment. Then, the unspeakable: a night of… Continue reading Book Review – The Passage