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An Ambush of Tigers von Mandy Monroe
An Ambush of Tigers von Mandy Monroe
Having read nearly all of Monroes books, I have to say there are some I think are terrific (like In the shadow of the Wolf, Highland Wolf, Hungry like the wolf, Savage Heat) for enjoyable reading with interesting interactions of the average human confronted with the supernatural, lots of amusing dialogue and comical situations and some like "The Mating" where story takes a backseat to steamy, which I personally don't like as much. An Ambush of Tigers is not going to be one of my favorites. The idea behind the story was interesting (didn't really know Texas had so many tigers !), and learning a part of them is supernatural- the idea is fascinating. A bit of surfing showed that Monroe… Mehr dazu
Bride of Atlantis (The Atalantium Trilogy) von Madelaine Montague
Auf der Suche nach Ferienlektüre "zum Mitnehmen" fand ich die "Bride of Atlantis". Der Inhalt hörte sich interessant an, also dachte ich, warum nicht? Ich begann zu lesen, und schon beim ersten Kapitel stellte sich ein vages deja vue ein, das zweite kam mir dann schon sehr bekannt vor. Eine gründliche Recherche in meiner Bibliothek brachte es dann hervor: offensichtlich ist Madelaine Montague auch Marie Morin, denn deren Buch über Atlantis hatte ich bereits käuflich erworben...
Die Geschichte ist interessant, der Aufbau einer atlantischen Welt faszinierend, Held und Heldin keine menschlichen Versatzstücke sondern sich entwickelnde Individuen. Es ist auch… Mehr dazu
Under a Vampire Moon: An Argeneau Novel (Argeneau &hellip von Lynsay Sands
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This novel has all I had been getting to expect in an Argeneau-novel and missed out in some of her latest. Sure, there are more or less ever the same points to be met: immortal meets human (mostly pushed by the Argeneau matriarch Marguerite) and both have to find their way to HEA. The fun is derived by the set of full-fledged characters, some of them old friends. I especially like that there is so much humor in the stories and funny situations but neither forced comedy nor schadenfreude. Sands gets us to laugh with her characters without being mean.
In this sequel Marguerite, honeymooning with Julius on St Lucia in a resort mainly filled with honeymooners, finds Christians lifemate… Mehr dazu