Review: Stranded with a Billionaire by Jessica Clare


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Stranded with a BillionaireImage

(Billionaire Boys Club #1)

by Jessica Clare

Characters: Logan Hawkings, Bronte Dawson

Kindle Edition
Published April 16th 2013 by InterMix
The Billionaire Boys Club is a secret society of six men who have vowed success – at any cost. Not all of them are old money, but all of them are incredibly wealthy. They’re just not always as successful when it comes to love… 

Billionaire Logan Hawkings needs a vacation. 

He’s had a rough time after the death of his father and the betrayal of his fiancée. But with a visit to a recent business acquisition—a private island resort in the Bahamas—he has a chance to mend his broken heart. 

When a hurricane blows in, a misplaced passport and a stalled elevator bring Logan together with an unusual woman named Bronte. She’s unlike anyone he’s ever met—down to earth, incredibly sensual, and even quotes Plato. 

She also has no clue that he’s rich… 

Bronte Dawson, a waitress from the Midwest, is stranded with the hotel’s domineering yet sexy manager Logan. What’s the harm in a little fling when it’s just the two of them, alone in paradise? But after several steamy island nights in Logan’s arms, Bronte’s ready to give her heart—and her body—to the man in charge. 

But she soon discovers there’s more to Logan than he’s told her…a billion times more. Now, Bronte’s caught in a whirlwind affair with one of the world’s most powerful men. But can their love endure their differences or will it all just blow over?

*Contains spoilers!*
This book was a quick read, with likeable characters. Jessica Clare got quick to the point, so you didn’t have to wait for something to happen. Though, in my opinion, it got to fast. Bronte Dawson and billionaire Logan Hawkings fell for each other after one day, while being stranded on an private island resort in the Bahamas. Then they come back to ‘real’ life, where Bronte finds out that Logan has been lying, and she runs. And i don’t think he fought much to get her back.. He just showed up one day at her new job and they agree to date, so they can get to know each other for real. 

The book, for me, was to typical. “Bad-Boy” (not so much) with a troubled past and a shy, stubborn girl/woman and the two fall fast and hard to quick. But the book had a alot of up’s, and many good moments.

Rate: 3 stars.


Review: The Truths about Dating and Mating by Jaycee DeLorenzo


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(Riordan College)

by Jaycee DeLorenzo

Characters: Ivy Rossini, Ian Hollister

Paperback, 424 pages
Published December 11th 2012 by CreateSpace (first published November 21st 2012)
Spunky Italian coed Ivy Rossini likes to talk and push the boundaries. She gets to do both as she co-hosts Riordan College’s radio program, The Truths about Dating and Mating, alongside her lifelong best friend, Ian Hollister.

Being the only girl who cares to see beyond Ian’s bad boy reputation has its advantages, especially when he’s scaring off the jerks who just want to nail the campus sex-guru. It’s when he’s “protecting” her from the advances she welcomes that she wants to lob him over the head and tell him to butt out. But Ivy feels like she’s the one who’s taken a hit when Ian almost kisses her at a party. She knows she should feel relieved when he pulls away, so why is she disappointed instead?

What’s worse, Ivy’s now getting aroused by Ian’s slightest touch and can’t stop entertaining thoughts of a romantic future. But Ian doesn’t do relationships, and she’s not interested in anything casual. In the end, Ivy decides it’s best to keep her growing feelings a secret and hope they’ll pass. However, when Ian begins hinting at wanting to take things to the next level, she’s forced to decide if a chance at something more is worth risking everything they’ve built.

With their friendship and her heart hanging in the balance, can Ivy follow the advice she and Ian give their listeners – to communicate, be honest, and trust in themselves – or will insecurity, stubbornness, and pride ruin any chance of their relationship getting off the ground?


This book is about Ivy Rossini and her bestfriend, Ian Hollister. They have been bestfriends since they were little, and know each other inside out. Ivy co-hosts Riordan College’s radio program, The Truths about Dating and Mating, alongside with Ian. Ivy is the only one who cares to see beyond Ian’s bad boy reputation, and the fact that he has sex with every girl that looks good. Except Ivy. Ian’s always been protective over her, but lately he has becomed over-protectiv. Scaring away those dates Ivy was going out with, threatening them. And then one night, at a party Ian almost kisses Ivy. And suddenly Ivy starts feeling things you really should feel about your best friend, and thinking about him. Like wondering how his hands would feel on her, Ian’s sexy voice seducing her.. ect… But she’s afraid to do anything about, doesn’t want to destory their friendship, so she starts dating others. Yet, she can’t get past those feeling that has developed towards Ian. While Ian giving mixed signals, hinting he wants more, Ivy has to decide if it all is worth risking everything they have built.

The story is well filled with romance, humor, hormones and friendships. I think this book kinda has a message, that we have to take some risk at some point to really get anywhere, or to get what you want and i think that Ivy has a really big decision to explore her feeling for Ian, he could might be the love of her life, or continue being just friends and always wonder ‘what if?’… The friendship between Ivy and Ian is great, and i would love to have that kind of love they had for each other, in my life.

Ivy is awesome! Stubborn as hell, waaaay to honest, big pride and spunky Italian. She has no trouble what she thinks and feels. (well she might have trouble telling Ian what she feels.) I belive under all the hardness, the snarky comments and acting like she doesn’t care, she is just as insecure as any other woman. Ivy is really good at giving advice to dating and sex, but she doesn’t really follow her own advice that she is giving her listeners. But lucky Ivy, she learns from her mistakes.. after a little time has gone… Though i loved Ivy, sometimes i got a bit tired of her.. Sometimes it became to much of her confidence and how she treated Ian at times.. i didn’t like it.. But other than that, she was great 🙂

Ian’s the bad-boy every girl/woman lust for.. He has the body, he has the brain and he has the moves. You cannot help but to lust for him. Even Ivy does. I know that deep down Ian’s a really good man with manners and a good heart, and that he’s just judged by his mistakes in his past. But being the bad-boy, nobody questions him about his past which he likes to keep private so it works for him. No need to get personal and to commitment when everyone knows that he sleeps with them, throw them out (in a good way) and jump to the next one. Just sex, that’s all he needs. Except, not when he start looking at Ivy as more, and suddenly he needs more. Being insecure and thinking nobody really wants to be with him, other then with sex, makes his appreciate Ivy a hell of a lot more, considering she’s the only one who really care about him.

Their friendship is admirable, and i love the passion they have for each other. The book was cute and was an easy read, and i really enjoyed it :)Though sometimes, it became to much back and forth for me so that made me lower the rate of the book.

Rate: 3-3.5 stars.

Review: Angelfall by Susan Ee


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(Penryn & the End of Days #1)

by Susan Ee

Characters: JosiahLaylah,  Penryn YoungRaffeObadiah West

Kindle Edition, 283 pages
Published May 21st 2011 by Feral Dream
It’s been six weeks since angels of the apocalypse descended to demolish the modern world. Street gangs rule the day while fear and superstition rule the night. When warrior angels fly away with a helpless little girl, her seventeen-year-old sister Penryn will do anything to get her back.Anything, including making a deal with an enemy angel.Raffe is a warrior who lies broken and wingless on the street. After eons of fighting his own battles, he finds himself being rescued from a desperate situation by a half-starved teenage girl.Traveling through a dark and twisted Northern California, they have only each other to rely on for survival. Together, they journey toward the angels’ stronghold in San Francisco where she’ll risk everything to rescue her sister and he’ll put himself at the mercy of his greatest enemies for the chance to be made whole again.

I….I have no words for this book.. I mean, i couldn’t stop reading it until i was finished, and then i was pissed that i finished it so fast!You literally get… in a way, obsessed.. it’s that good! Susan Ee is a genius! The way she writes.. it’s like your seeing the things in your head while reading. Laughing when the characters laugh, scared when they are, angry when they are.. ect. You’re literally with them every step of the way. If you do not like this book.. then read it again! xp That is my advice, because you can not not love this book!

This story begins with Penryn, her sister Paige and their mother hiding from their enemies, the angels and the dangerous street gangs. Hiding ain’t easy when Penryn’s sister is in a wheelchair and her mom is crazy.. And on top of all that, she needs to find food for them to survive, which ain’t easy cause it’s all destroyed or taken. One night they leave the security of their hiding place to find a new one, and ends up in the middle of a fight between angels. The fight ends with one angel laying broken and wingless on the stree, Paige kidnaped by the other angels, their mother disappears, and Penryn helping the fallen angel. The angel, wingless or not, is Penryn’s only hope at getting her sister back. Tending his wounds, hiding his sword, wings and finding out his name is Raffe, Penryn makes it perfectly clear that he is going to help her. + They are going the same way anyway.. So then the journey starts. They meet quiet a few suprises. Meeting many dangerous people, fighting and running to survive, Penryn has to put her trust in Raffe, because he has eons of fighting skills. Together, they travel toward the angel’s stronghold in San Francisco, where Raffe might get his wings back, and Penryn, to get her sister back.

Let’s talk about Raffe. Ohh noo! Ammmh, i mean the main character, Penryn Young. Now that’s a strong willed girl. I both loved and admired her. She’s adorable, she’s the perfect sister and a great daugther! (Even though her mother might not know it/understand it) Penryn’s got a great spirit and enegry, and she never gives up! She has a heart full of kindness and compassion, yet she’s not weak. Definitely not weak! She’s what you can call a fighter. A fighter who fights for the people she love, no matter what!

Raffe… Hmmm.. Dangerous, sexy, arrogant, delicious fallen angel, Raffe. Damn him for being so freaking perfect! And the worst part of it? Im pretty sure he know it as well.. Raffe is just the way he is, and i wouldn’t want him any other way! Let’s just be honest, im in love with the angel.. Eons old, fighting his own battles, a warrior all through. With his snarky sexy ass mouth and that lovely body of his, he pretty much rockes our world. He’s a real mistery, is you ask me. Very dominant, strong and smart. Raffe is determined to get his wings back, even if he have to put himself at the mercy of his enemies and put up with Penryn on the journey to get himself there. Though he seems a bit suprised that Penryn’s company ain’t the worst he could get stuck with…

I literally can not wait for the next book! For the journey to continue, for what will happen to Penryn and Raffe. I Feel like im dying slooowly while waiting.. Let’s just say, i HATE waiting! So i hope November 19th comes fast!!

Rate: 5 stars
if i could have given it more.. i would!

Review: Divergent by Veronica Roth


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(Divergent #1)

by Veronica Roth

Characters: AlbertDrew LeightonTobias ‘Four’ EatonEricBeatrice ‘Tris’ Prior

Paperback, 487 pages
Published February 28th 2012 by Katherine Tegen Books (first published January 1st 2011)
In Beatrice Prior’s dystopian Chicago world, society is divided into five factions, each dedicated to the cultivation of a particular virtue–Candor (the honest), Abnegation (the selfless), Dauntless (the brave), Amity (the peaceful), and Erudite (the intelligent). On an appointed day of every year, all sixteen-year-olds must select the faction to which they will devote the rest of their lives. For Beatrice, the decision is between staying with her family and being who she really is–she can’t have both. So she makes a choice that surprises everyone, including herself.

During the highly competitive initiation that follows, Beatrice renames herself Tris and struggles alongside her fellow initiates to live out the choice they have made. Together they must undergo extreme physical tests of endurance and intense psychological simulations, some with devastating consequences. As initiation transforms them all, Tris must determine who her friends really are–and where, exactly, a romance with a sometimes fascinating, sometimes exasperating boy fits into the life she’s chosen. But Tris also has a secret, one she’s kept hidden from everyone because she’s been warned it can mean death. And as she discovers unrest and growing conflict that threaten to unravel her seemingly perfect society, Tris also learns that her secret might help her save the ones she loves . . . or it might destroy her.

Divergent was good! Let’s just say that i was supprised… I have been postponed this one for ages, and im angry ive been waiting so long! This book was filled with action and strength. I pretty much loved it all. Though it was some parts of the book that was boring, but it was necessary parts so that made it okey, but that was the reason im giving ‘Divergent’ 4 stars and not 5. I pretty much got some heart attacks while reading the book, and many tears come.. specially at the end.. geeesh! Veronica is a great author, and i can’t wait to read more from her 🙂

The characters was great! Beatrice ‘Tris’ Prior great little girl with the bravery and strength of a woman. Meeting her in the beginning, you get to see a ‘weak’ girl from the faction Abnegation (the selfless) to a great, smart, strong willed young woman in faction Dauntless (the brave). Tris is a person who cannot be controlled by others, and her mind works in a different way then the others, which makes her a Divergent. Being a Devergent is extremly dangerous, and she’s asked not to mention it to anyone! But then she meets Tobias ‘Four’ Eaton. Sexy, strong, hard hearted and smart, Tris finds herself attracted or interested, since it’s Tris we’re talking about, to this mystery man.. Who also happen to be her instructor, instructor of the transfer initiates. So we just have to see what happend there … 😀

This book is highly recommended to those who are fans of Suzanne Collins’ serie ‘The Hunger Games’, Lauren Oliver’s serie Delirium and Ally Condie’s serie Matched. Divergent is definitely worth reading and worth your time :)!

Rate: 4 stars.

Review: City of Bones by Cassandra Clare


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(The Mortal Instruments #1)

by Cassandra Clare

Characters: Alec LightwoodJace WaylandValentine MorgensternIsabelle LightwoodMagnus Bane

Hardcover, 485 pages
Published March 27th 2007 by Margaret K. McElderry Books
When fifteen-year-old Clary Fray heads out to the Pandemonium Club in New York City, she hardly expects to witness a murder — much less a murder committed by three teenagers covered with strange tattoos and brandishing bizarre weapons. Then the body disappears into thin air. It’s hard to call the police when the murderers are invisible to everyone else and when there is nothing — not even a smear of blood — to show that a boy has died. Or was he a boy?This is Clary’s first meeting with the Shadowhunters, warriors dedicated to ridding the earth of demons. It’s also her first encounter with Jace, a Shadowhunter who looks a little like an angel and acts a lot like a jerk. Within twenty-four hours Clary is pulled into Jace’s world with a vengeance, when her mother disappears and Clary herself is attacked by a demon. But why would demons be interested in ordinary mundanes like Clary and her mother? And how did Clary suddenly get the Sight? The Shadowhunters would like to know. . . . 

Exotic and gritty, exhilarating and utterly gripping, Cassandra Clare’s ferociously entertaining fantasy takes readers on a wild ride that they will never want to end.


At a club called Pandemonium, fifteen year old Clary Fray witness a murder committed by three teenagers coverd with tattoos and weapons. But since the body disappears into thin air and no one else sees it but Clary, there will be no use to call the police. When meeting one of the murderers, he explains that he is a Shadowhunter, a worrior dedicated to ridding the earth of demons. Clary belives Jace is crazy. That is until her mother disappears and a demons attacks her. Jace saves her by bringing her into his world. But that isn’t the only attack that Clary will have to go through. Why is demons so interested in Clary and her mother? Secrets unravel, and a world hidden from the mundanes, Clary must now fight to save her mother and herself.

Clary Fray, raised by her mother, with the help of Luke (mother’s friend), she turned out to be any other ordinary teenage girl. Confident, snarky, but yet a good girl. She usually never disobeys her mother, and has a best friend named Simon. Clary can sometimes be annoying and stupid, even act like a child, but through the book she kinda grows on you. You get to see her go from an weak little girl mundane to a strong shadowhunter with great powers.
Enter Jace Wayland, a way to confident, arrogant teenage boy who’s not afraid to die. He jumps at the chance to fight, and he never backs out of a fight. Raised by the Lightwood family, he sees Alex Lightwood and Isabelle as brother and sister, yet he still doesn’t care enough about himself to stay out of danger..That is until Clary. Finally he has found something worth living for. He couldn’t have found someone less complicated though. Being with Clary makes him feel alive, but the danger Clary brings….

I love this book. It’s a bit hard to get in to the book when you start reading it, but once you’ve read a couple of chapters, it get’s easier. You get to read from Clary’s, Simon’s, Jace’s, Alec’s point of view, so it’s sometimes difficult to follow who and where.. Other then that the book had a great story, and awesome characters. Full of action, love, hope, and friendship. This book is worth reading! Cassandra Clare is an great writer, and she keeps her readers well satisfied.

Rate: 4 stars.

Review: Blood Law by Karin Tabke


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(Blood Moon Rising Trilogy #1)

by Karin Tabke

Characters: Falon, Rafael, Lucien

Paperback, 323 pages
Published May 3rd 2011 by Berkley Trade
For all eternity, only one thing shall separate them—until the Blood Law is avenged…

The coming of the Blood Moon will lead two Lycan packs into war, spur two rival brothers into conflict, and spark an act of vengeance so evil that its effects will be felt for generations.

One woman stands at the center of it all.

As undisputed Alpha, Rafael must choose a life mate to preserve the dominance of his Lycan pack. He never suspected, his mate would be a human, the same wounded, girl-woman he seduces from the brink of death. Falon is a dangerous combination of Lycan and Slayer—beings bred to destroy his kind. Even more, she’s a mesmerizing beauty whose sensuality tempts the seasoned warrior to take unnecessary risks. The primal heat between them is irresistible, yet surrendering to it could destroy them both…for a vengeful foe stands ready in the shadows to fulfill what is rightfully his by Blood Law.

Falon has been running for her whole life, though she’s not quiet sure from who or what. She just get these feelings that something bad is about to happen, so she does what she does best, she runs. But of course one night, she goes out to shoplift, even though she’s got that feeling that something not right, and gets cought up in between a fight. Falon used her powers, that she doesn’t quiet understand yet, and try to get away, but even though she’s powerful, it isn’t enough in that situation. Lucky for her, somebody comes to her rescue. Alpha of his Lycan pack, Rafael, has made his life mission to do what is best for his pack, even giving up his own life, his joy, everything. That is until Falon. His whole life, Rafael has been hunting Slayer’s – beings bred to destroy his kind. What he doesn’t know is that Falon is half Lycan and Slayer, which is a dangerous combination. Falon doesn’t even know it herself. Never did Rafael belive his soulmate would be a human (or so he thinks), though, for the blood law to be fulfill, Falon must be sacrificed by the hands of Rafael’s twin brother Lucien. The twin brothers are like day and night. And even though they might love each other, and be the only hope for their kind, Lucien is obsessed by making his life mission to make his brother’s life miserable, by taking the his soulmate like Rafael did Lucien’s…

I like this book. The characters were great, and the story was quiet interesting. The twins, Rafael and Lucien, equally powerful and gorgeous. Both had to watch their parents getting killed by Slayers. Never did they belive that they’d end up becoming enemies. Long has Lucien been waiting for his revenge, to getting to kill Rafael’s soulmate, and then she comes, Falon. Falon’s independent, strong, sarcastic and funny. She doesn’t give up easily, and she hates being told what to do. Specially when she’s practually being hold/kidnapped and just waiting for her death. Though in the process, she never would belive that she would feel like home, safe, and to fall in love with Rafael. Their connection is a pull she cannot escape, and the heat and desire between them is irresistible. Rafael refuses to open up his heart knowing that she must die for his pack to survive, but somehow Falon manages to break his walls. Choosing between his soulmate and his pack is an impossible choise. Everyone depends on him, but he cannot just give Falon up, can he? When i first started reading this book, i really thought that Rafael would be cold-blooded, harsh, dominating, bad-boy type of a guy, but he was really a strong, powerful, nice guy! He knows his fighting, and is good with his sword and in bed, but other than that i really belive he’s a good boy. Lucien, on the other end… he’s what you could call a bad-boy, but i belive he’s missjugde though.. At least we get to see his side/pov in the next book. But i think i will still be Team Rafael.

The book ended pretty harsh, and i seriously got pissed at Karin Tabke… I mean how dare she end it like that?! Now i MUST read book #2. Karin’s a great author, and the story is one of a kind, which that alone made the book worth reading. It was alot of action, some twists i didn’t expect, and an ending that makes you want to stab yourself or just lay down and cry.. can’t really decide xp

Rate: 3.5 stars

Review: The Laughing Corpse by Laurell K. Hamilton


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(Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter #2)

by Laurell K. Hamilton

Characters: Anita BlakeDolph StorrZerbrowskiJean-Claude,

Paperback, 301 pages

Published August 2nd 2005 by Berkley Trade (first published September 1st 1994)

Summary: Harold Gaynor offers Anita Blake a million dollars to raise a 300-year-old zombie. Knowing it means a human sacrifice will be necessary, Anita turns him down. But when dead bodies start turning up, she realizes that someone else has raised Harold’s zombie–and that the zombie is a killer. Anita pits her power against the zombie and the voodoo priestess who controls it.

In The Laughing Corpse Anita will learn that there are some secrets better left buried-and some people better off dead…


The world continues to go on, while Anita Blake goes hunting. This time though, she ain’t hunting her usual vampires, but a zombie killer who goes around eating humans. The zombie seems to be smarter than a ‘normal’ zombie, and have the strenght to rip apart a body. Not only is Anita hunting a zombie, but Harold Gaynor, who wants her to raise a 300 year old zombie, offers Anita a million dollars to do it, which she refuses to do considering it means a human sacrifice will be necessary because it’s so old, really want her to do it so he keeps comming at her. Comming at her means sending his bodyguards. And that’s not the only problem Anita is having.. She got one of the most powerful voodoo priestess after her as well.

Anita Blake keeps up her reputation, and more. She realizes there is more to her than what she thought. Her powers keeps growing. Anita continues being snarky, strong and just simply awesome. She got the hots for sexy master vampire Jean-Claude, but she refuses to go futher with those feelings. He wants her to be his human servant, which Anita wants no part of! She just wants him to leave her alone.. But of course he won’t do that. Jean-Claude is a freaking master vampire with serious powers, who is used to getting what he wants.. And he wants dear Anita.

I was a little disappointed in this book. I mean, there was a hell of a lot of action, something happens all the time… But what i was disappointed in was that Jean-Claude was not much in it.. I kinda fall for the vampire, so i need him to be more in the books.. Other then that, the book was awesome, and i can’t wait to read what will happen next! 🙂

Rate: 3.5 stars.

Review: Guilty Pleasures by Laurell K. Hamilton


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Guilty Pleasures

Image(Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter #1)

by Laurell K. Hamilton

Characters : Anita BlakeDolph StorrZerbrowskiJean-ClaudeEdward/Ted Forrester, Phillip

Paperback, 306 pages.    

Published August 3rd 2004 by Berkley Trade (first published 1993)

Summary : Anita Blake may be small and young, but vampires call her the Executioner. Anita is a 

necromancer and vampire hunter in a time when vampires are protected by law—as long as they don’t get too nasty. Now someone’s killing innocent vampires and Anita agrees—

with a bit of vampiric arm-twisting—to help figure out who and why. Trust is a luxury Anita can’t afford when her allies aren’t human. The city’s most powerful vampire, Nikolaos, is 1,000 years old and looks like a 10-year-old girl. The second most powerful vampire, Jean-Claude, is interested in more than just Anita’s professional talents, but the feisty necromancer isn’t playing along—yet. This popular series has a wild energy and humor, and some very appealing characters—both dead and alive.

Review :

Anita Blake, a necromancer and vampire slayer gets forced to work for the city’s most powerful vampire, Nikolaos, who is 1,000 years old and looks like a 10-year-old girl. There has been vampire murders, and Nikolaos want Anita to find the murderer. The second most powerful vampire, Jean-Claude, owner of club ‘Guily Pleasures’, shows more interest in Anita then just her talents. But Anita doesn’t date vampires, she kills them. She is the Executioner.

Anita Blake is small and young, but strong and talented as hell. She has a mind of her own, and shemight be scared to death but she doesn’t let fear control her. Anita has her snarky comments, and a smart brain. She’s not the usual soft hearted woman you usually read about, yet she’s kind. She loves her job, even though she gets bruises and scars all the time. Let’s just say she doesn’t really go a night with a good night sleep. Great with weapons and knifts she does what she does best, she hunts.

Jean-Claude, powerful and beautiful as hell, seducing voice and one hell of a body. You didn’t get to see alot of him in the book, but the pieces you got if him, you just got to love. He’s a man you don’t forget easily, if not at all.

Edward/Ted Forrester, or so called Death by Anita, is a man you really should stay clear of. A cold heart, yet looks innocent and gorgeous. A dangerous combination. Edward doesn’t really get afraid of anything, and he sure as hell loves a challeng. Dangerous as fuck, i would not want to piss off.

Phillip, a vampire junkie and a stripper at Guilty Pleasures. Kinda beautiful and sweet. He kinda grows on you, and you just can’t help but to like him.

I think this book was great and i can’t wait to read what happens next to Anita, and specially Jean-Claude! I want to know more about him! I love Anita, she was awesome and the type of girl/woman i love reading about. Laurell K. Hamilton is a really fantastic author, and i can’t wait to read more from her. I can’t belive i’ve waited so long to read this book.. I was taken by surpise, because i didn’t really belive i would like this book, and i ended up loving it 🙂

Rate: 4-4.5 stars.