Series: Karli Lane #1
Published by Smashwords Edition on December 31st 2011
Genres: Fantasy, Fiction, Paranormal, Romance
*A lonesome fairy with no clue how to wield her powerful magic.*A ruggedly handsome warlock torn between his past and his present.*A five hundred year old, sinfully sexy vampire who’s obsessed with solving the mystery of a particularly interesting bartender.
Karli Lane is the only fairy left on the planet. Vampires had driven her race to near extinction, causing the others to return to their homeland over twenty years ago. Orphaned at a young age, she was forced to hide her identity in a world full of exposed supernaturals.
Facing her upcoming immortality, her life has become a complicated mess. A new employer and a gruesome murder bring two incredibly complex men into her life, making matters worse. She finds herself riding a non-stop emotional roller coaster while trying to figure out who she is, how to control her powers, and most importantly, how to stay alive.
My Thoughts: Hot, sexy and marvelously written.
First I have to say that this book kept coming up on my Amazon recommended list, and even though I liked the cover (yes, I am one of those people, who first judge a book by the cover), I wasn’t sure if I wanted to read another, fairy-warlock-vampire love triangle. Now, I am so glad that I did.
I truly enjoyed the story. The plot changes and the secrets kept my interest. The setting in a futuristic Las Vegas was different in a nice way. The story really fits there, with the whole “Sin City” thing going on.
The characters are so believable, lovable and reading their story is so entertaining. Karli and her best friend Erica have a great relationship. Some of the things that they say to each other, only best friends could get away with. Vance is sweet, the typical good guy, while Leo is by far not your average vampire.
The story sucked my right it. It is wonderfully written, with a touch of hot, blush factor. What an extraordinary start to an amazing urban fantasy series…
This is Guest Review for Baroness’ Book Trove. Thank you for the opportunity to review a book for your site. ~Jen
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