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Shadowhunters 2.1

Posted June 1, 2017 by karenbaron in Adventure, Angels, Book to Series, Demons, Fairies, Fantasy, Fiction, Magic, Paranormal, Paranormal People, Review, Series, Supernatural, Teen, Vampires, Witches, Young Adult / 0 Comments


Season 2 Episode 1

This Guilty Blood (First Aired Date: January 2, 2017)

Plot Summary

Jace’s depature with Valentine creates upheaval in The Institute; the arrival of Victor Aldertree hampers Alec, Isabelle and Clary’s plan to rescue Jace; Jocelyn, now awake, tries to catch up on events.

My thoughts on this episode:               We start off this episode with seeing a bit of what happened in the first season as a small recap. Then after that we dive into the first episode.

A lot has happened since Jace went with his dad onto the barge. We met the new Institute director and I don’t really like him and not a whole lot of people really do.

All the characters had surprising things happen for them. Like Malec having their first, and certainly note least, fight. Isabelle trying to be good and help Clary out. Jocelyn finding out that Jonathon is still alive and she is not happy about that even though us book fans of the series know that Jace isn’t that one. Jace is fighting within himself still about being Valentine’s son. Clary is still trying to find Jace to bringhim back which didn’t happen. And Simon is still sidelined along with his feelings for Clary.

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Shadowhunters 1.13

Posted July 13, 2016 by karenbaron in Adventure, Angels, Book to Series, Demons, Fairies, Fantasy, Fiction, Magic, Paranormal, Paranormal People, Paranormal Romance, Review, Romance, Series, Shape Shifters, Supernatural, Teen, Werewolves, Witches, Young Adult / 0 Comments

Shadowhunters Part 13Shadowhunters 1.13

Episode: Morning Star

Plot Summary

Jace makes the search for Valentine his main priority as he continues to reel from recent events; Clary and Simon’s efforts to unlock Jocelyn’s coma may impact the Downworlder peace treaty and Simon’s relationship with Raphael.

My take on this episode:          We start off this episode with a little bit of what happened in the last few episodes. Then we start the episode with them in their clothes from Lydia and Alec’s wedding, that never happened.

This episode was really good and is now one of my best/hated episode. Best because it was soo good and hated because it’s the last one until next year for season two. This whole episode is us seeing Jace battling against himself about being the son that Valentine raised and the one that was part of the Lightwoods family, who loves Clary.

While Clary and Simon go off with Isabelle and Alec’s help with finding the Book of White to wake up Jocelyn. Everything happened pretty fast in this episode but it was really good and I can’t wait for next season. Some nagging questions are answered but these are replaced with new questions. Hopefully, the answers to the new questions will be answered next season.

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Posted July 12, 2016 by karenbaron in Angels, Demons, Dragon Shifters, Elves, Fairies, Fantasy, Jinn, Magic, Paranormal, Paranormal Mystery, Paranormal People, Review, Sekhmet, Series, Supernatural, Vampires, Witches / 0 Comments

CatastropheCatastrophe by Liz Schulte
Series: Sekhmet #1
Series Rating: five-stars
Published by Smashwords Edition on December 15th 2015
Genres: Fantasy, Paranormal
Format: Kindle

I have learned a few things in my life. If you can’t wear clean underwear, don’t wear any at all. Never trust a vampire. Secret ruling councils should generally be avoided. Finally, and this is the most important, very few people are ever what they seem.However, it wasn’t always easy to live by these rules. Like, when said secret ruling council demanded my appearance and then did the worst thing they could possible do and inflamed my curiosity. Asking me to go to New Orleans to investigate a series of werewolf attacks, I couldn’t possibly say no to that.The first problem was werewolves had been eliminated from the Abyss so it was impossible that they were killing anyone. The second fiasco was that more vampires were in this city than ever before, including the one who was intent on ruining my life. And the third complication was I couldn’t tell anyone else about my mission or I would forfeit my freedom to the council.Some missions are easy. Others are a Catastrophe.

My Thoughts:         Curiosity may not kill the cat but…

First I must say that even though this is the first part of the Sekhmet Series, it is a spin off from the world of Liz Schulte. I like that Ms. Schulte doesn’t rehash the previous books and disrupt the story of this one. I have read her other books and thoroughly enjoy the world that she has created.

Femi is a wonderful character, she has depth, backbone, insecurities and attitude issues. She likes to know the “why” of each bounty not just how it is done. Femi does have a serious commitment issues. I am not sure if it is just a Sekhmet thing or just that she is afraid to lose someone she cares deeply for or she just hasn’t found that special person. Everyone has their own inner demons and reasons for being who they are. Femi is a warrior with tons of emotion and she cares way more than a Sekhmet should. Sekhmet are neutral in nature, but Femi has a hard time not helping the underdog/little guy.

Femi is extremely curious about the Abyss council. When they assign her a bounty in New Orleans, (ok they actually gloated her into taking the job). You know the ole’ greater good angle, either way Femi won’t back down and she can’t have unanswered questions if at all possible. Whenever the greater good plays in there is always a catastrophe on the horizon.

As for the Liz Schulte’s world of the Abyss, I love it. You have the humans who don’t see the other creatures walking among them, and you have the Abyss creatures. The Abyss creatures are wonderful and as with humans some are good, some are bad, and some are a little of both.

I think I truly like the mysteries that Ms. Schulte uses in each story, she keeps me guessing and manages to toss in that little bit to make me question if the one I picked is the bad guy (or should I say main bad guy). You really never know how many angles are being played until the story plays out. However, I like the way she wraps it up, with a kind of happy ending.

She also has that little bit of romance that keeps you coming back. As for Femi and Sy, I like the flirting and the way they protect each other, but I hope that there is a person that is truly for Femi. Someone who will compliment her and become the partner that she truly needs. If Sy is this person than that is great if not, I can’t wait to see who or what Ms. Schulte can imagine.

So, if you haven’t already read Liz Schulte’s Easy Bake Coven series, The Guardian Trilogy, or The Jinn Trilogy, you might want to look into these. She also has a few short stories that go with her world of the Abyss. My rating is 5 stars.

This is a Guest Review for Baroness’ Book Trove. Thank you for the opportunity to review this book for your site. ~Jen

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Shadowhunters Part 12

Posted May 15, 2016 by karenbaron in Adventure, Angels, Book to Series, Demons, Fairies, Fantasy, Fiction, Magic, Paranormal, Paranormal People, Paranormal Romance, Review, Romance, Series, Shape Shifters, Supernatural, Teen, Vampires, Werewolves, Witches, Young Adult / 0 Comments

Shadowhunters Part 12Shadowhunters TV Show

Season 1 Episode 12: Malec

First Aired: March 29, 2016

Plot Summary

Relationships are examined as preparations are made for the wedding of Lydia and Alec; Clary, Jace, and Magnus search for a warlock, Ragnor Fell, who may possess an antidote to awaken Jocelyn.

My take on this episode:       It’s getting closer to the day everyone has been waiting for Alec and Lydia’s wedding day. Isabelle has basically taken over getting the wedding planned/decorated and making sure that Alec has his bachelor party and that him and Jace are okay.

Magnus is still not happy that Alec is getting married and was basically avoiding him until his old buddy, Ragnor Fell, told him that he can’t keep his heart locked away forever and he decided to go to the wedding despite Alec and Isabelle’s parents not being happy that he is there. They even told him that he should leave but Magnus didn’t and told them that if Alec wants him to leave then Alec will tell him to go.

Clary is all about trying to wake up her mom and that killed Ragnor on accident. She is also trying to get Jace to talk to her more than when they have missions or see each other in the Institute. She invited Simon to the wedding as her date which doesn’t suit Jace very well despite him trying to stop his feelings for Clary clouding his judgement.

Lydia told Alec to follow his heart and if it isn’t with her then she is okay with that. Malec finally kissed and the Lightwood parents have no clue what to do about this situation. Lydia is getting ready to leave including with the Cup when someone knocks her unconscious.

Luke is worried for Jocelyn and Hodge come to relieve him of looking after her so that Luke could get some rest and spend time with his pack. He then talks to Valentine. That spells trouble for everyone that is in the Institute.

I was a little disappointed with the wedding attire as in the book they wear black to weddings, and although the dress is lovely ad Lydia is beautiful. It wasn’t what I expected. I also didn’t like that tux that was picked out for Alec, he is definitely a full black tux, no tails but all black with a white or red shirt would have been outstanding.

We also have some unanswered questions in this episode too. Like: Has Hodge always been Valentine’s side or is the purely to escape the Clave’s hold on him? And how long has Hodge been a mole for Valentine?

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Shadowhunters Part 11

Posted April 14, 2016 by karenbaron in Adventure, Angels, Book to Series, Demons, Fairies, Fantasy, Fiction, Magic, Paranormal, Paranormal People, Paranormal Romance, Review, Romance, Series, Shape Shifters, Supernatural, Teen, Vampires, Werewolves, Witches, Young Adult / 0 Comments

Shadowhunters Part 11Shadowhunters TV Show

Season 1 Episode 11: “Blood Calls to Blood”

First Aired: March 22, 2016

Plot Summary

Information from a surprising ally leads Clary, Jace, and Luke to devise a plan to stop Valentine and rescue Jocelyn; Alec seeks help from Magnus as Inquisitor Herondale arrives for Isabelle’s trial.

My take on this episode:         We start off with this episode with a little bit of previous episodes before we go back to with where we left off with Jace and Clary seeing Michael Wayland in a cage awaiting for someone let it be either them or Valentine to come back to get him. Michael saw that his son was hurt and helped Clary bring Jace back to the werewolf hang out, Jade Wolf, so that Luke could help him. Of course there isn’t much that Luke could do for Jace but Simon suggested for Clary and him to bring him blood so that the fresh blood could get rid of the demonic blood that is in him.

Raphael wasn’t happy with that but Simon got him to do it while getting a premonition that doesn’t allow him to leave the Hotel for the rest of the episode. Back at the Institute though Isabelle and Alec try to think of a way to stop the trail from happening but of course that doesn’t work especially after Alec convinces Lydia that it should happen. Inquisitor Herondale came in just as Alec convinced Lydia and let’s just say that the Inquisitor isn’t happy with Lydia’s choice of person to marry. Isabelle convinces Alec to get Magnus to be her lawyer and he went to convince Magnus. Magnus is only doing it for a price that Alec isn’t happy about.

Meanwhile back in Jade Wolf Jace is all better and resting while Clary and Michael have a talk about the past and how Michael thinks that he knows Clary. Jace is out there with them when Michael tells Jace, Clary, and Luke about Valentine moving to a place that is abandoned and near the Institute. Clary tells Jace to wait there while she and Luke goes to see how bad it is. It is pretty bad as it’s being protected by demons. Of course while they are doing that Michael is training with Jace who is still hurt from the parabati bond being weakened thanks to Alec. Michael isn’t happy with Jace being in love with Clary but gives him the blessing.

Back at the Institute Magnus does a pretty good job as Isabelle’s lawyer and gets Lydia to back down but not before the Inquisitor delivers her ultimatum of Clary brings them the Cup for Isabelle to stay in the Shadow world.

Clary, Jace, and Luke find out that Jace and Clary are siblings as Michael turns into Valentine. Let’s just say that the two of them aren’t happy with that news. They get back to the Institute where the Clave gets the Cup and Jocelyn is safe from Valentine. Luke tells Simon that just because they are downworlders doesn’t mean that they are any different from what they used to be and that Simon still has a chance to win Clary’s heart because of the two of them, Clary and Jace, being siblings.

As I watched this episode I still thought we had some unanswered questions like how in the world did Valentine know that they were coming through the portal from the other dimension to his hideout? And how did Jocelyn or Dot get the portal shard to their world from the alternate dimension?

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