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This was a great opener to a new series. So many questions unanswered. The mysteries that never quite unravel are unnerving but make for a fast paced read. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Candace Sigmon
Good series the first book you are getting to know the main character but as the series continues it just keep getting better!Published 5 days ago by Deena Butler
My aunt recommend ed this series to me. Best decision ever. Love these books!!!Published 6 days ago by Mariah Reyes
Has it really been almost ten years since this book released? I still remember opening my paperback like it was yesterday. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Voracious Reader
Good start to what might be an interesting series. Four stars because it took several days to get through the book. Not exactly "Unputdownable". I will keep forging ahead though :)Published 8 days ago by F. Flores
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|Any other authors of KMM's caliber?||
I'd consider her Fever series to be Urban Fantasy, but most lovers of UF tend to read some PNR as well.
You might want to check out either the Urban Fantasy or Paranormal Romance forums on Amazon. The people over there will drop massive lists on you. UF is more paranormal action with the sex... Read More
Jul 25, 2010 by Stacia | See all 16 posts
|Highlander vs. Darkfever series||
I personally like fever better overall. Individually, some of the highlander books were better, but there are some I won't read twice. I've read fever multiple times completely.
The mckelters show up in fever but not really. One of their decendants really, and it's not a big role.
Jun 1, 2012 by Leigh-Ann DeLise | See all 5 posts
|Matthew Bomer as Jericho??||
I was think of Joe Manganiello (Alcide on TrueBlood) for Barrons. He's tall, dark and handsome. I could see Kristen Bell as Mac or maybe Diana Agron ( blonde on Glee).
Aug 5, 2010 by jessica Hueftle | See all 9 posts
|Just when did Jericho become smitten with Mac?||
Claudia, I Absolutely agree with you! I loved "Darkfever", and cannot wait for "Bloodfever". I was enthralled by the "growth" of their relationship, and laughed out loud when Mac was suspended in the air by her hair, and Jericho said "Out of all of the... Read More
Jul 1, 2007 by Susiq2/Linda Sedlak | See all 6 posts
|Romance killed by erotic and paranormal, etc||
Personally I think the "traditional romance" books are boring. I mean there is only so many times you can write the same scene over and over again. I think the new paranormal romance novels are really creative and they give you something differnt than the typical "he ravaged... Read More
Jun 3, 2007 by Liz | See all 11 posts
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