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The Real Werewives of Vampire County Paperback – Bargain Price, October 25, 2011
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'Where Darkness Lives' by Alexandra Ivy
A tiny addition to her 'Guardians of Eternity' series, Ivy introduces us to Sophia, pure blood were and known as the 'bitch of all bitches', mother of the four were sisters in her series. Attempts on her life have forced her to hire a bodyguard, she goes outside of her family because she wants to have control. Like most PNRs, she doesn't plan on going gaga over her über hot new bodyguard and especially not having him force his way into her life and take control, but it happens. Sophia is constantly being referred to as the 'bitch of all bitches', so there is a lot of prickliness in the book and drool worthy scenes between her and were-stud Luc, who is your typical alpha. I thought for a short story, Ivy did a wonderful job of flushing out plot, backstory, characters depth and transition along with romance. It was really well done. You find out Sophia's history and it explains her present behavior. There is even a lot of drama between the two characters. I've only read one of Ivy's 'Guardians of Eternity' books, but I think I might have to visit with this series from the beginning.
"Murder on Mysteria Lane" by Angie Fox
This one was probably my favorite of the four. Heather McPhee is a freak "lie detector" werewolf who has gained the distinction of the pack pariah.Read more ›
Come on with a title like that you know I just had to get it.
Where Darkness Lives by Alexandra Ivy takes place in the world of her Guardians of Eternity series which I admit I've not read. I enjoyed the story but would probably have gotten more out of it if I had read the series.
Murder on Mysteria Lane by Angie Fox was the other reason for me buying this book. I LOVE Ms. Fox's Demon Slayer books. As far as I'm concerned this story was worth the price of the book. Not that the others were bad just that this one had me laughing my butt off. I could totally relate to Heather McPhee.
Werewolves in Chic Clothing by Tami Dane was an enjoyable mystery.
What's Yours is Mine by Jess Haines was my least favorite of all the offerings. I couldn't relate to any of the characters and thus didn't get as involved in the story.
All in all I enjoyed this book.
These are urban fantasy and not romances for the most part, I liked Ivy's story the best by far, Fox's was prettty good and the other two were just ok - even though I am a die hard anthology fan, over all this one was more on the ok side.
Where Darkness Lives, a Guardian's of Darkness connected short by Alexandra Ivy - Sophia is more than capable of taking care of herself but when threats against her escalate, her unwanted - and sexy and very alpha - bodyguard is going to come in handy - Wow Sophia was one hot 'mama'. The not so maternal mother to the female 'were' quadruplets who have been the leads in most of the last few Guardian's of Eternity books, is sexy and sassy. I really liked her, she's prickly but the story added a nice amount of vulnerability which softens the 'Queen (insert B-word here) of the Universe' persona that she has had through the series. And I liked that she gets to benefit from a positive shift in life for the 'weres' which has come about as a result of some significant events in the series. (I liked it)
Angie Fox's Murder on Mysteria Lane - a werewolve with 'truth' powers is tapped to aid in an investigation among the rich and snooty werewives, a case that is going to test her powers - and her fashion sense- when she goes under cover posing as a 'wife' to her a vamp investigator 'husband' - this was cute and looks to be a series starter.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Sofia is one plucky were female and a total pain in the ass for her son-in-law the Were King Salvatore. Surprising, funny & sexy read.Published 7 months ago by Mollie Oleyar
This book has four anthologies in it. It’s theme is The Stepford Wives or Wives of Orange County, which is a bunch of rich women who think they are all that and that they must have... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Angela @ Angel's Guilty Pleasures
Picked this one up for Alexandra Ivy's story, which was great as usual. The rest were good, but none of them would tempt me into looking up works by the three other authors. Read morePublished 16 months ago by D. Sutter
I thought that I was getting another novel by Alex Ivy, and got a collection of short stories by three authors. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Kimberley Fleitz De Duarte
Read it but didn't care for it to much. To tell u the truth was kind of confusing to me some.. Thought was going to be more like shifter books but it wasn't. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Barbbe