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Posted August 17, 2014
There is an intensity to Burnz¿s writing that keeps you coming b
There is an intensity to Burnz’s writing that keeps you coming back for more. You can almost feel shades of darkness emanating from the story. It melds with the storyline to create a rather unique appearance overall. I found myself trying to puzzle out the ending well before I got there. That said, by about half way through the novel I was hooked and thoroughly enjoying myself. Burnz’s vivid descriptions paint this world for you in a way that you can’t help but picture.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
The characters in this novel were definitely one of a kind. Burnz develops each individually, creating a varied cast, allowing someone for each reader to identify with. The dialogue in this story definitely threw me for a loop at times. There were individuals who spoke as if they were in medieval Europe, and others who sounded as if they should be in modern day North America. This made it rather difficult to stay fully immersed in the storyline.
As a whole, this was a rather enjoyable read and a good introduction to the series. I’ll be continuing on to see what happens next.
Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.
Posted December 17, 2013
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review (Lovers o
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review (Lovers of Paranormal).Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Broderick McDougal, once a man of wealth, is now traveling as a gypsy in order to hide his vampiric identity. But he isn't just traveling for fun, no, now he wants revenge: He wants to kill the man, who destroyed his life, until he meets young Davina...
Davina used to be a happy and naive young girl, but life didn't happen in her favor, when she was married to a violent man. Now the only hope in her life is the gypsy, who might come to rescue her...
At first I expected this novel to be more about Broderick and his revenge, but in fact most of the novel centers around Davina. While I was a little bit disappointed, I still enjoyed reading though.
Davina is a really nice and likeable character. You just have to pity her for her father's bad choice to have her marry a horrible man. Although I'm not so sure about Broderick, he has some kind of shady parts, I like both of them as a couple. Broderick is simply the kind and caring man Davina needs.
A big negative point for me was all the sex and erotic stuff though. I have to admit erotic novels are probably just not my cup of tea. I enjoy having some erotic scenes here and there, but I dislike stories, that center around it. In my case Midnight Conquest gave me a feeling like it could have been better, if there weren't that much physical attraction and more action and intrigue. I still have high hopes though, maybe there will be more of a plot in the upcoming novels.
Posted September 17, 2013
Posted September 11, 2014
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