"Great! Dont want to be a spoiler, so I will just say this book was full of surprises and twists. Just as good as the first two. I can't wait for the next book!! I would buy it today if it were available. I loved this series."
"Bad! It was really wordy - I think the author tried to use every adjective in the Thesaurus - and not much action. The monsters died w/o much of a fight. The main character Gabby is not very likeable, and I really got tired of her self-pity/loathing and her weak comebacks. I was hoping for maybe a big bang finish, but NOT. It is left wide open for the next one. 2 stars of 5"
"I really liked this book. I read it quickly, b/c it was one of those you can't seem to stop reading. I dont want to give spoilers, but I was so happy that Abra found true love in the end, b/c her husband was such a jerk. The last few chapters were very exciting & I liked that there was a conclusion at the end, and it wasnt left wide open like so many books where you have to get the sequel to find out what happens. I hope this turns out to be a series of books b/c I would love to read about Abra & Red's new lives. Really good Werewolf/Shapeshifter romance. Some explicit sex but it was part of the story & not just added in like an afterthought."
"I could not wait for this book to be released & I was not disappointed. I would recommend reading Bloodsucking Fiends & You Suck prior to reading this installment. Although the prior books events are reviewed, it makes the book much more enjoyable & easier to understand. I laughed out loud through most of the book. The only complaint was the dialouge of Abby Normal. Although she is a teen, the very repetative use of some of the slang became annoying at times. Otherwise, this was such a funny, unique, vampire love story. My fave was Chet the vampire cat!! I hope there are more books in the series!!"
"I really liked this book a lot. I went straight to the next one "Try Me" which I have just started. Although the slayer character "Val" reminded me a bit of the Katie Mac "Aisling" character w/the snarky demon dog, its still original enough to not seem like a copy. It was a very quick read and not a "dark" vampire slayer story, but slayer lite."
"Honestly, I only read a bit over 1/2 the book, and just couldn't force myself to finish. Kate McGraw decided to forego medical school for an internship w/ Tasty magazine. Her mom was once a fashion designer and although Kate basically hates her mother for abandoning her & her father for the "fashion world" she decides it may be a good thing for her? Go figure. So, she goes to work at Tasty magazine, which is apparently run by vampires & everyone seems to know this except her. I just found it kinda ho hum - I just really was not drawn into the story & didnt connect with the characters enough to care what happened to them. 2 of 5 stars. Would not read the next one (if there is one)"
"I just read the whole series back to back. SO good!!! Not sure why the other books are not showing on PBS but Blood HUnt & The Children of the Sun are the others. I wish there were more I would get them right now!"
"Contrary to the other reviews I have read on PBS, this book was awesome! I thought it was much better than the 1st book, Evermore. I could not read fast enough! After reading Evermore, I thought it was OK but was in no hurry for the next book, but after reading Blue Moon, I can't wait for Shadowland."
"A series I just discovered, by accident. Im glad I did! I really enjoyed this 1st book in the series and have already ordered books 2-4 from PBS! It is a YA book, and not very long so it is a quick read, but I really enjoyed it. It is about teen witches. Focuses alot on the Wiccan religion. Interesting."
"Loved it! I stayed up till 1am to finish it in one night! Just as good as the others, but w/ lots of surprises and twists. I thought the conclusion was great. I didn't realize this was the end of the series until I read others reviews. That makes me heartbroken. Although, I am told there is a book in the works telling the story from Edwards point of view so Im excited about that. This book was excellent!"
"The title pretty much sums it up - but a retired demon hunter is forced out of retirement and must fight demons, while keeping up her suburban lifestyle, and keeping it all a secret from her family. It was a quick read, funny in spots, but a bit predictable. I liked it enough that I will read the next one, but it wasn't a keeper."
"The D'Artigo sisters - half human/half Faerie are also a vampire, were-cat & a witch. I picked up this book while away from home, and had not read the 1st book "Witchling" and although I could follow the story well, I think I would have enjoyed the book more had I read the 1st book. There were some references to the 1st book that I didnt really get. All in all it was a good book, but a bit slow to get going. There were so many creatures and places to keep up with it became a bit confusing sometimes trying to keep it all straight. I would recommend reading the 1st book before this one."
"Oh My! I loved this book so much. The best analogy I can give is this: When you are reading a good book & you get to those last couple chapters where it gets so compelling to finish & you cant read it fast enough - that is the way this whole book was from beginning to end. I would say this trilogy was one of my very favorites. I do not want to give spoilers, so I will just say everything is explained and tied up in this last book of the trilogy, although, I can still see places where there could possible be a spin-off of the story. I hope there is!! I would hate for it to be over."
"I have read this entire series to date, and have always enjoyed them, so I was very disappointed in this installment. I have to say that I honestly did not finish reading the book. I started it, could not get into the story at all, so I put it down, read another book, and came back to it to try again. Again, I just couldn't make myself read it. It was boring, slow & it didnt give enough of a lead up to the story (its been a good while since the last one & a refresher would have been nice) I dont think Ill bother w/ the next one."
"Very cute, light read. Nice to read in between the "darker" paranormals. Laugh out loud funny in a few places. Kept me guessing and was not as predictable as I expected. I will read the next one for sure!!"
"I just started this series after reading so much hype and several recommendations from friends. It actually turned out to be an excellent book, but it started really slow, and I was kind of put off by their names at first but as I read further I got into the story & the names didnt even bother me anymore. SUPER! I will be reading the entire series. Worth sticking with it."
"Book is set in London 1821, and I usually like the stories set in modern times, however, I was pleasantly surprised by this book. It is a romance book, but also a bit of horror & mystery thrown in. Some of the plot twists were predictable, but then others caught me off guard. The Wulf brothers are cursed by a witch to turn into a werewolf, if they fall in love. There are 3 brothers and each book in the trilogy is supposed to focus on each brother individually and their struggles with their curse and attempts to break the curse. I will read the rest of the trilogy!"
"This was a little bit out of my genre, which leans more to the paranormal romance and horror, but I totally enjoyed this & recommend it. I will be reading the other 2 books in the trilogy. This was more fantasy and included a mage, witches, vampires, gargoyles & such. It was a totally different take on vampires and I cant wait to read the rest of the trilogy to see what happens."