Audio Review: City of Ghosts by Stacia Kane

Audio Review: City of Ghosts by Stacia Kane

Posted March 15, 2012 by Jennifer in Book Review | 3 Comments

BRAVO!!! Kane has done it again. Each book replaces the last as my favorite in the series. Kane’s cast of misfits is back in City of Ghosts. Chess is still working for the Church as a debunker and yes she still has her drug addiction. Terrible is still the best anti-hero EVER! We even get to see some of Lex and Bump in this installment. “Most Debunkers spent their money on actual things, rather than just buying anything they could swallow, smoke or snort. Unlike Chess.” Just when I thought that Unholy Magic was an emotional ride, here comes City of Ghosts to continue ripping my heart out. I feel like I’m on Chess’ pills with all the highs and lows that the two go […]


Author Interview with Kristen Painter

Posted March 14, 2012 by Jennifer in Top Menu | 3 Comments

Help me welcome to The Book Nympho today, the author of the House of Comarré series, Ms. Painter. Thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to answer a few questions for me and my readers. Thanks for having me! MY REVIEW I love UF and PNR books for different reasons. If I want gritty action with some sexual tension on the side I pick up UF, if I want more sex and romance with my story I go for PNR. As a writer of both which to you find “easier” to write? That’s a tough question. My paranormal romances tend toward the lighter side with a touch of humor, whereas my urban fantasy books are definitely dark and action-y. In real […]


Audio Review: Magic Slays by Ilona Andrews

Audio Review: Magic Slays by Ilona Andrews

Posted March 13, 2012 by Jennifer in Book Review | 2 Comments

Kate and the gang are back and it’s bloodier than ever with the war between magic and tech in full swing. Kate really tests her magical power in Magic Slays. You thought she was bad ass before? She is only getting better with each book. “Hell was driving a blood-soaked van listening to two children dying in the backseat, while Grendel whined as if something were killing him.” What would Kate Daniels’ book be without blood, gore and someone trying to kill her? Please that’s just another Tuesday for Kate. Kate is dealing with a lot of changes in her personal and professional life. She is no longer working for The Order; she and Andrea open up a P.I. business together. Then there’s the whole learning […]


Audio Review: Unholy Magic by Stacia Kane

Audio Review: Unholy Magic by Stacia Kane

Posted March 12, 2012 by Jennifer in Book Review | 4 Comments

Seriously, if you have not started this series get off your butt and do it! FAN-FREAKING-TASTIC. This is the going to be a hard review for me to write without spilling the whole story. UGH it was so awesomely heart breaking. I rarely give a book 5 stars but I had to give this that extra star that the first book, Unholy Ghosts, didn’t get. The reason for the extra star? Because of the emotional tug of war I had while reading it. I love Chess, I hate Chess, I want to slap her, I want to be her (minus the drug addiction). There was so many up and down moments between Chess and Terrible in this one that I was wore out after listening […]


Review: Blood Rights by Kristen Painter

Review: Blood Rights by Kristen Painter

Posted March 7, 2012 by Jennifer in Book Review | 3 Comments

I’ve had Blood Rights on my TBR list since its release day. I figured I would get around to reading it in the near future but then I signed up to attend AADNOLA and saw that Painter is one of the authors attending so I figure no time like the present to start this series. Blood Rights is an Urban Fantasy book with a mix-mash of supernatural creatures; Fae, Fallen Angels, Varcolai (shifters), ghosts, Comarré and vampires. All these creatures live in secret from the humans. The Comarré is a human hybrid species that is bred to serve the blood needs of the noble vampires. The noble vampires are the upper crust the vampire food chain. Nobles are the only ones that can afford the […]


Review: Deep Dark Secret by Sierra Dean

Review: Deep Dark Secret by Sierra Dean

Posted March 6, 2012 by Jennifer in Book Review | 2 Comments

Secret is back kicking ass and taking names. Secret’s life as a hybrid (half vamp, half werewolf) never has a  dull moment. If she’s not having business related problems there’s her personal life to keep her on her toes. Secret seems to be adjusting to her new job as best can be expected. Nothing like getting a promotion that you didn’t ask for and can’t say no to unless you are willing to lose a fight to the death. She is still in a love triangle between Lucas the werewolf king and her live-in boyfriend Desmond, who just happens to be Lucas’ second in the pack. Then let’s not forget Holden, the sexy vampire that is in Secret’s life. Now let’s throw in a demon […]


Audio Review: Unholy Ghosts by Stacia Kane

Audio Review: Unholy Ghosts by Stacia Kane

Posted March 5, 2012 by Jennifer in Book Review | 9 Comments

I started Unholy Ghost in October on my Nook. I could not get past chapter five. Either I wasn’t in the mood for it or it was the slang that got me. “You won’t talk to me, you don’t talk to anyone else, you just hang around here in your precious ghetto with all these fucking crazy people who talk like they’ve never heard a proper word spoken in their lives….” But some blogger friends keep raving about the series. So I decided to give it another try but this time around I did it in audio book format, thinking it would help me get into the slang that is used by so many of the characters. BINGO. I’ve read other reviews where people had […]


Author Interview with Sierra Dean

Posted March 1, 2012 by Jennifer in Top Menu | 2 Comments

What a way to kick off Urban Fantasy Month than to have one of my FAVORITE small press authors in the genre here today. Ms. Sierra Dean. REVIEW Welcome! I’m so glad to have you here at The Book Nympho today. Thanks for having me! Secret is a hybrid, half vampire and werewolf. Where did that idea come from? Why not one or the other? I liked both and I wondered early on how it would impact someone to be both. The obvious idea was that it would make her stronger, but I also thought about the weaknesses. She can breathe, but she can’t go in the sun. She’s strong, but not as strong as full vampires, etc. The idea of creating strengths and limitations for […]