Fallen (Review)
reviews / January 9, 2015

I heard a lot of good things about this series over the past few years, and I finally got around to reading it for myself. I didn’t really know what to expect, just that it was a teen romance and that it included fate and angels.

Men of the Otherworld (Review)
reviews / December 19, 2014

I absolutely loved the Women of the Otherworld series. One of the things I loved was that it was narrated by a string of strong, confident female narrators. I also liked the brief bits that were narrated by “their men”. And there were allusions to all kinds of interesting backstory bits – like Clay becoming a bitten werewolf as a child – that were never really explained in the series itself.

Frostbitten (Review)
reviews / December 17, 2014

I was really excited to get back to Elena as a narrator in this novel. I’ve actually come to really like the other narrators in the series – particularly Eve and Hope – but there’s something about Elena and the werewolves that I’ve missed.

Frostbitten is a mix of a lot of things: part mystery, part Shifter mythology, part Pack politics, and part personal struggle.

Skin Trade (Review)
reviews / December 4, 2014

While we’ve been waiting for the Vittorio storyline to return, this wasn’t quite what I expected. Everything is all mixed up with weretigers and Marmee Noir, and it seemed at times like the plot was more complicated than necessary.

The Forest of Hands and Teeth (Review)
reviews / November 19, 2014

I put off reading this book for a long time because I had heard it was about zombies. I don’t particularly care for zombie stories. It’s just not my thing. Eventually, though, I decided to relent, because I had also heard such good things about the series that I just had to see if they were true.