vrijdag 7 augustus 2009

Jeaniene Frost - Destined for an early grave

Cat & Bones are on vacation, just relaxing and enjoying each other’s company. Bones cannot refuse Cat anything when she wants to go to Paris for no reason. Bones knows Cat loves him, but he cannot ignore the feeling she is hiding something from him. He does know she has some weird dreams, but she doesn’t let him into her mind or tell him about it.

Cat has some weird dreams about another master vampire called Gregor and the dreams are getting more real than Cat can imagine. So when Bones and Cat are meeting Mencheres, some will come clear for both of them. It seems that master vampire Gregor took Cat with him when she was only a teenager, tried to gain the trust of the sixteen-year-old Cat, then seduce her and finally marry her. Only because Gregor knew what Cat would be capable of in the future. But Cat cannot remember anything about this period, because Mencheres was able to erase that part in her mind.

Mencheres is able to see into the future and knew it was meant to be for Bones and Cat to met and join their forces to fight of evil. But Gregor won’t stop until he has Cat back, even if this mean he has to steal her away from Bones through Cat’s dreams. Will he succeed and take Cat away from Bones forever?

Destined of an early grave by Jeanine Frost is the fourth novel in her Night Huntress series and one of my favourite in this series. I truly can say that Jeaniene Frost is one of my favourite authors. All her books are great and will lure you into a world full of danger, conspiracies and true love.

Bones and Cat are fabulous together and after their vampire wedding in the third novel, they are taking some free time, to spend some time together. But when it comes clear that another master vampires want Cat and tries to snatch her through her dreams, Bones will do anything to keep Cat save, even if this means locking her into a save room, when he deals with Gregor. Cat knows her heart and soul belongs to Bones, but she wants her memories back to deal with Gregor herself and when she finally confronts Gregor herself behind Bones back, she knows she hurt Bones more than she meant too.

I have to say this book in not good for the heart, because there are some scenes when you just want to scream or cry. You understand the betrayal they’re feeling because someone they love has hurt them, but on the other hand you don’t want them to spilt up. I did feel some frustration reading the book, even a little pain. Cat and Bones are both so stubborn to listen to each other and that’s why they have all the misunderstanding between them, but thank goodness they both have some great friend who will do anything to keep them on the right path. I so love the way Vlad too care of Cat, just the friendly comfort he was giving her, was so touching. Spade is definitely Bones best friend and I love him for it. I cannot wait to see what fade has in store for him.

Colleen Gleason - The bleeding dusk

Victoria Gardella, one of the youngest Illa Gardella venators is dealing with grief again, first she lost her beloved husband and shortly afterwards her Aunt, the previous Illa Gardella is killed by one of her closes friend. The pain is huge, but she cannot blame him for betraying her, she knows her Aunt saved her life by sacrifice her own, but that doesn’t mean it won’t hurt. Now she is settling her aunt’s affairs and in the mean time still hunting vampires.

Victoria and the other venators are looking for the keys that will open the Door of Alchemy before the vampires or demons will. Victoria knows now that they are not only fighting vampire this time, but also the demons. It seems those two enemies has combined they forces together. She knows she needs help to get the job done and wearing two vis bullaes instead of one isn’t bad either, she is stronger than ever.

But that is not all, Victoria’s mother and her tow best friends show up to celebrate Carnival in Rome and those three will do anything to find another husband for Victoria. Now she is not only fighting vampires and demons, but also trying to protect her mother and her friends. But that is not all she needs to keep Sebastian at a safe distance and Max is back in her life….will she ever trust him?

The bleeding dusk by Colleen Gleason is the third novel in her Gardella series and another fabulous one. The world she created is fabulous, I love the whole regency rules and world mixed up with the vampire slaying.

In each book you see that Victoria is a very strong young woman. She has been through hell in the last several years, losing several loved ones but still coming out strong. Of course she got help from two very handsome men; first we have Sebastian, a very determined man who will do anything in his power to protect Victoria against evil, but also trying very hard to convince her to choose him as her next partner. She is definitely attracted to him, they even shared some passionate nights together, but is he the right man for her.
Then we have Max, another vampire hunter who is under the spell of Lilith and isn’t sure if he will ever get away from her. He betrayed Victoria because he was the one who had a hand in her Aunt’s death, but she cannot blame him for that. There is a huge attraction between them, but neither one of them knows what to do with it.

A fabulous vampire series settle in the regency time with tow hot male characters to choose from. Oh yeah, who wouldn’t want that.
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