- File Size: 2704 KB
- Print Length: 155 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: May 3, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071DWQZCL
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,246,485 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
A Ghoul's Kiss Book 1 Kindle Edition
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Sarah Clemons’ character was a tough as nails human who gets sucked into an unknown world. Her reactions in the beginning were genuine, not believing anything she was hearing, thinking these people were insane. Then she has to see to believe, and again, her reaction was normal, thinking, “What the hell did I just walk into?” As a scientist, she becomes infatuated with these beings—the ghouls—and other creatures she meets along the one. “Can I have a sample of your blood?” Not vampires, though. She wants to stay far away from them after one attacks her and then stalks her, trying to find something she unknowingly has.
King Eric Faye was another character I liked. We get to see his POV throughout the book, but not as much as Sarah’s. He is a king, but not the only one; his father also made his two brothers rule along with him. I wish there had been more of that dynamic. Hopefully we will see more in the upcoming books, because this is definitely going to be a series.
Like I said before, this book is fast-paced. It’s an easy read that you can finish in one sitting. There were some things that made me pause, like a trip from Washington state to Hawaii in seemingly less than an hour. I had to scratch my head at that. Other little things were said and done that were missed in editing, breaking up the continuity in the book, but the book was entertaining enough that it didn’t take away from the story.
PNR readers will enjoy this one. I did!
Sarah Clemmon’s isn’t looking for a relationship, but when her best friend pushes her into a blind date, her life is changed forever in the blink of an eye.
Eric, King of the Ghouls, hates humans. But, when he comes across a bleeding and unconscious Sarah, he has an overwhelming need to save her.
Neither Eric nor Sarah is prepared for the sparks that fly between them as Sarah begins to realize that the world is not at all what it seems and Eric discovers that Sarah may literally be the key to saving his people as both a doctor and scientist as well as the owner of a magical key that unlocks a mythical book with secretes on how to overthrow the Vampire forever.
J.M. Stoneback had me instantly hooked with this book. It is a truly unique storyline and a great start to her new series! Sarah is intelligent and sassy. When she starts understanding her new reality, she is completely intrigued as a doctor and scientist and immediately craves more knowledge. Eric is all alpha, and not ready to settle down forever. However, he is drawn to Sarah and begins having feelings that are much more than just friendship for her. Their relationship is rocky to start, and it is enjoyable to watch them navigate their feelings for one another.
The book has a very interesting cast of characters I hope to learn more about in upcoming books as Sarah and Eric continue chasing their destiny. As I reader, I know there is more to come, but this book is by no means a cliff hanger as the current storyline is resolved by the end of the book. (YEAH!) The plot was action packed and thrilling and was a great mix of adventure and romance. If you enjoy PNR, this is a very enjoyable read. 4 stars.
A Ghoul's Kiss is the first in a series. I found the introduction to the ghoul race an intriguing prospect and enjoyed that the premise of the story is a race between ghouls and vampires, mortal enemies, to get their hands on a magic text. Sarah, the heroine, is the hapless and innocent human who discovers quickly that she has something that all the paranormals want to get their hands on because it's the key to this magical text.
The story from Sarah's point of view fit well with the fact that this is a first in series, but from Eric's, I felt like I was dropped into the middle of something. I loved what I got about the backstory of the ghouls and vamps, but I would have liked more.
There are some good action and suspense moments sprinkled in with a few good twists and a surprise there near the end, but the focus of the story was definitely the romance. The plot had some rough edges and some rough dialogue, but it had a solid premise. I liked this pair together, but I also felt Sarah getting caught up in her head a lot and punishes Eric for her own hang-ups. They work past most of it and the story is in a good placed poised for the next part of the series on the quest for the Zenith, the mystical book.
All in all, this was a refreshing paranormal romance featuring ghouls and a solid treasure hunt style plot that I would explore further and would encourage other paranormal romance fans to give a try.
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