’twas a dark and stormy night…
…and the European Vamps have arrive.
As the Enforcer for Leo Pellisier, New Orleans’ master vampire, it’s left to Jane to plug every supernatural hole in the dike. She and her team find themselves called from one crisis to another as revenants rise and attack the people of the city while a supernatural storm beats down on New Orleans causing riots in the streets.
Jane is struggling to keep up as the European Vampires launch one attack after another and all the while they are circling ever closer to their end game.
This book is a runaway train. It crashes along at a frenetic pace and leaves you gasping for a breath by the end. It’s brash and in your face and one of the best books in the series to date. 5 Stars.
Many thanks to Berkley Publishing Group and Netgalley for providing me with this ARC.
Yellow, Orange, Red –– What it means. YOR-Guide
Young Adult / LGBT
As a young gay woman living in a deeply conservative and religious community, Lorraine’s main goal in life is to graduate from school and go to college. And the further from Bend, Minnesota the better. Then Charity arrives in town. She’s the daughter of Bend’s most conservative preacher and like Lorraine, gay.
But along with Charity comes family upheaval. A long hidden secret and a family crisis threaten to destroy more than just Lorraine’s dreams of college.
I love this book. It’s whimsical, innocent, perhaps even a fairy tale but it also tackles some very dark issues. It’s the very best that Young Adult fiction can be.
Yellow, Orange, Red, what it means. YOR-Guide
Many thanks to Anglerfish Press for providing me with this Review Copy.