Bookish Musings: I Want More Books about… Vampires without the Tropes & Cliches

Since I love vampire books, it makes sense that I do, in fact, enjoy some of the vampire tropes out there. If I didn't, I probably wouldn't be a fan. And some of my absolute favorite books are about pretty typical gorgeous, brooding vampires. So I'm not complaining that books with the tropes exist. But all tropes all the time can get repetitive and boring. That's why I also happen to love when...
 

Book Review: Blood: The Third Course (Teeth Book 3) by Chele Cooke

Spencer, Vince, and Edeline have been gone for months, and both the werewolves and vampires are desperate to find them. When they come up with a plan that could give Vince a shot at what he really wants, they plan to use it to convince him to come back, but going through with the plan could bring blood, death, and the end of secrecy for all of...
 

Book Review: Sins of the Son (Arcadia Trust Book 3) by Christian Baines

After the events of the last book, Reylan is unhappy and just wants to make his life go back to being as close to normal as possible, but the sudden attacks by members of the Scimitar make that difficult. When Reylan rescues an injured priest who already knows about the supernatural, Reylan finds himself both distrusting of and attracted to the man. Meanwhile, things in Reylan's life only get...
 

Mini Reviews: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy – Banshee Blues, Treasures … Black Magic, Shadows … Ancient Magic

In Banshee Blues, a banshee PI gets hired for a missing persons case but quickly finds herself and her allies in danger. In Treasures, Demons, and Other Black Magic, Jade, Candy, and Kett set out to track down Sienna to try and stop her once and for all. In Shadows, Treasures, and Other Ancient Magic, Jade is given a dangerous mission from the Treasure Keeper and sets out with Candy and a new...