I loved this book..The plot was familar (little like JR Ward), but it was different too.
If your into paranormal romance, this is a must read
While I am a fan of Gena Showalter, this once again is one of her fun to read but forgettable books. I get caught up in the moment while reading but a week or so later can't tell you what it is all about. This book is her take on the recent infatuation with immortals or otherworld beings. I enjoyed the premise of the book but I reccomend this only for a light and fun read. Seek out Sands, Ward or Joyce if you want a deeper reading experience. This book and from the excerpt for the next book is a 'beach' read.
First off, I must say that I'm a picky reader and I LOVED this series. This was my first exposure to Gena Showalter and she's not only a great story-teller, but she is humorous and thoroughly entertaining. I couldn't put the book down and have recommended her to every reader I know.
First time I've read Showalter. Overall it's a good read. What I did like? The dark brooding men - tortured literally. What I didn't like - how can you be an immortal warrior living in modern day Budapest and NOT know what Tylenol is - when you're stuck inside all day surely you watch a little daytime TV.
It's either hit or miss with Showalter's writing. This was way too close to JR Ward's series. This was a big miss for me - I didn't even finish the book.