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- Print Length: 188 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1611948460
- Publisher: ImaJinn Books (December 15, 2017)
- Publication Date: December 15, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07849L473
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On another note, each story involving Cyn and Raphael just enhances their appeal, both singly and together, and showcases an entire range of their feelings for one another. I loved reading each one and the short-short stories at the end had me laughing out loud many a time. For some reason, most of those stories took place during Halloween and both their distastes for that holiday were made abundantly clear.
In many different ways!
That's not to say the other vampire lords were left out. We get a few glimpses into Aden's and Sidonie's lives, as well as a good couple of stories centering around Christian, Mark, and Nikki. And were those both weird and funny all at the same time. I won't say anything further about them here so as not to ruin the endings, but they were all well worth reading.
I think the best story out of this anthology by far is the one where Raphael first encounters Juro and Ken'ichi. I always wondered how those two decided on becoming vampires, let alone why, and this story nicely answers all that and more. It also gives us a hint of Raphael's mortality and why Lucas and Juro have their long-standing rivalry.
I won't say anything further about these stories, allowing anyone else to read them and find the revelations in them that I just did. Hopefully, Ms. Reynolds releases the next story in this world soon. I can't wait to find out how Quinn will go about conquering Ireland as the first phase to subduing the unruly European vampires. Also, I want to see what will come next with the Stone Warriors and Nick's quest to reunite his brothers. Fingers crossed that we'll get another book soon.
I was happy to finally read more about the twins. I’ve always wanted to learn more about their backgrounds. I really wanted to read the short about Juro and Lucia, but her site is just such a pita for me to go through. Which is why I try to pay attention to her blog—somehow I missed the story and had been eagerly awaiting this second vignette to read it.
The day to day stories about the vampire and their mates were wonderful. However … I really disliked the interviews. I thought they’re rather stupid to be honest. I’m not one of those people who are clamoring to read the next instant of a person’s life and just find interviews and gossipy stories invasive. But, that’s just me. I skimmed those and thoroughly enjoyed everything else—even if I had already read them before.
Reynolds is one author that I consistently pre-order no matter what. I’m not a huge fan of erotic stories or alpha male stories … but this author is where I make the exception.
I love this series and have all the books. Ms. Reynolds is an auto buy and must read for me! It has been my habit to re-read the series a couple of months before the next full length novel is released. I have to get started since Quinn is coming!