Stacking the Shelves #28

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A tale of two vampires (Dark Ones, 10) – Katie Macalister

Time isn’t always on a vampire’s side…

Iolanthe Tennyson has had a very bad year—due in part to the very bad men in her life. So, she’s accepted her cousin’s invitation to spend the summer in Austria indulging in her photography hobby. There, rumors of a haunted forest draw Iolanthe into the dark woods—and into the eighteenth century…

Nikola Czerny is a cursed man, forced by his half-brothers to live forever as a Dark One. But his miserable existence takes an intriguing turn when a strange, babbling woman is thrown in his path. Iolanthe claims to know Nikola’s daughter—three hundred years in the future. She also knows what fate—in the form of his murderous half-brothers—has in store for him. If only she knew the consequences of changing the past to save one good, impossibly sexy vampire…

 Wrayth (Book of the Order, 3) – Philippa Ballantine


In the Empire of Arkaym, the Order of Deacons protects and shelters the citizens from the attacks of the unliving. All are sworn to fight the evil forces of the geists—and to keep the world safe from the power of the Otherside…

Although she is one of the most powerful Deacons in the Order, Sorcha Faris is still unable to move or speak after her last battle. Even her partner, Merrick Chambers, cannot reach her through their shared Bond. Yet there are those who still fear Sorcha and the mystery of her hidden past.

Meanwhile, Merrick has been asked to investigate a new member of the Emperor’s Court. But when Sorcha is abducted by men seeking Raed Rossin, the shapeshifting rival to the throne, Merrick must choose where his loyalties lie.

 Coveted (Coveted, 1) – Shawntelle Madison


SOMETIMES WHAT YOU COVET IS IMPOSSIBLE TO KEEP.

For werewolf Natalya Stravinsky, the supernatural is nothing extraordinary. What does seem strange is that she’s stuck in her hometown of South Toms River, New Jersey, the outcast of her pack, selling antiques to finicky magical creatures. Restless and recovering from her split with gorgeous ex-boyfriend, Thorn, Nat finds comfort in an unusual place: her obsessively collected stash of holiday trinkets. But complications pile up faster than her ornaments when Thorn returns home—and the two discover that the spark between them remains intense.

Before Nat can sort out their relationship, she must face a more immediate and dangerous problem. Her pack is under attack from the savage Long Island werewolves—and Nat is their first target in a turf war. Toss in a handsome wizard vying for her affection, a therapy group for the anxious and enchanted, and the South Toms River pack leader ready to throw her to the wolves, and it’s enough to give anybody a panic attack. With the stakes as high as the full moon, Nat must summon all of her strength to save her pack and, ultimately, herself.

 

24 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves #28

    • Hmm je ne crois pas que Katie Macalister a une de ses séries traduites… si? Je ne connais meme pas cette série lol. Les deux premiers c’est une maison d’édition qui me l’a envoyé et je ne connais pas les premiers livres. Du coup c’est toujours un peu la surprise.

  1. Ah… Un nouveau Katie MacAlister? Je ne connais pas du tout sa série sur les Vampires. J’ai hâte de voir comment tu la trouves!
    j’ai aussi Coveted dans ma PAL… Par contre, ça a l’air pas mal Book of the Order!

    Plein de bises!

    • lol moi non plus? Je te dirais ça! Coveted c’est la faute à Angie ça! faut j’arrete d’écouter ce qu’elle dit. Par contre j’ai vu un avis assez mauvais dessus alors on verra… Je le commence ce soir.

  2. I read the first book of Book of the Orde by Philippa Ballantine and really liked it. I want to read second book but haven’t had the time.
    Don’t know about the other two books, there are so many out there and so little time. 🙁

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