December 2011 New Releases in Paranormal Romance

DECEMBER 2011
Dec 6:
Lawe’s Justice (The Breeds) by Lora Leigh
Clockwork Prince (Infernal Devices 2) Cassandra Clare
Heaven and Hell (Beautiful Beings #2) by Kailin Gow
Slade
(Shadow Wrangler 4) by Sarah McCarty (update!)

Dec 13: Twilight’s Breaking Dawn #1 Movie Companion Mark Cotta Vaz
Dec 22:  Vampire Academy Ultimate Guide Michelle Rowen
Dec 27:
The Mortal Bone (Hunter Kiss) Marjorie M. Liu
Silver-Tongued Devil (Sabina Kane) by Jaye Wells
Dec 31: Hidden (Otherworld Graphic Novel) by Kelley Armstrong

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November 2011 New Releases in Paranormal Romance

Nov 1: The Guardian (Dream-Hunter 5) Sherrilyn Kenyon
Last Breath (Morganville Vampires 11) Rachel Caine
Not Your Ordinary Faerie Tale (The Others) by Christine Warren
Drink Deep (Chicagoland Vampires 5) Chloe Neill
Death Magic (Lupi) by Eileen Wilks
Darkest at Dawn (Carpathian Duology) by Christine Feehan
Nov 8:  Shattered (Desire series #2) by Kailin Gow
Stefan’s Diaries #4: The Ripper (Vampire Diaries) L. J. Smith
Prized  (Birthmarked Trilogy #2) Caragh M. O’Brien
Nov 22: Lord ot Abyss/Desert Warrior (Royal House Shadows) by Nalini Singh
Nov 29:  Bound By Darkness (Guardians of Eternity) Alexandra Ivy
Angel of Darkness
(The Fallen) by Cynthia Eden
Fate’s Edge (The Edge ) by Ilona Andrews
Lawe’s Justice (The Breeds) by Lora Leigh
Kiss of Frost (Mythos Academy 2) by Jennifer Estep

June 2011 New Releases in Paranormal Romance

Jun 7: Everlasting (The Immortals 6) Alyson Noël
Hit List (Anita Blake 20) by Laurell K. Hamilton
Nyx in the House of Night A Guide Edited by P. C. Cast
Hunt the Moon (Cassie Palmer 5) Karen Chance
The Nine Lives of Chloe King by Liz Braswell
Storm Kissed (Final Prophecy 6) Jessica Andersen
Tiger’s Quest (Tiger’s Curse 2) Colleen Houck
Hexed (Iron Chronicles 2) by Kevin Hearne
Jun 14: Passion (Fallen 3) by Lauren Kate
Trial by Fire (Raised by Wolves 2) Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Jun 28: Burn the Night (Dark Days 6) Jocelynn Drake
Kitty’s Big Trouble (Kitty Norville 9) Carrie Vaughn
Deeper Than Midnight (Midnight Breed 9) Lara Adrian

May 2011 New Releases in Paranormal Romance

May 3: Illusions (Spells 3) by Aprilynne Pike
Hounded (Iron Druid Chronicles 1) by Kevin Hearne
Bite Club (Morganville Vampires 10) Rachel Caine
Dead Reckoning (Sookie Stackhouse 11) Charlaine Harris
Hard Bitten (Chicagoland Vampires 4) Chloe Neill
The Discovery (Ghost Huntress 5) Marley Gibson
Stargazer (The Dark Instinct 1) Miguel Conner
May 15: Desire (Desire 1) by Kailin Gow
Cryptic Cravings (Vampire Kisses 8) Ellen Schreiber
May 24: Sinful Magic (Wing Slayer) by Jennifer Lyon
Angel Burn by L. A. Weatherly
May 31: Magic Slays (Kate Daniels 5) Ilona Andrews
Reluctant Vampire (Argeneau 15) Lynsay Sands

The Lost Saint by Bree Despain is a Must Read in YA Paranormal Romance

The Lost Saint (Dark Divine #2)

Author: Bree Despain, released 12/28/2010

Book Review by Holly Simmers, Immortal Fiction

The Lost Saint (Dark Divine #2) by Bree Despain is hands down, the best book I’ve read in a long time.  A must read for anyone who enjoys this genre, I was intrigued and captivated by book 1, but then book 2 had me so engrossed from beginning to end that I had to take time to review it (at 4 in the morning!)

The Lost Saint is a riveting, compelling and engrossing Paranormal Romance Thriller unlike anything I’ve read in the young adult realm, though most comparable in appeal to The Wolves of Mercy Falls (Shiver, Linger) by Maggie Stiefvater.  With character and plot development that rivals Patricia Briggs’ Mercy Thompson and Rachel Vincent’s Werecats/The Shifter novels (all favorites of mine) I anxiously await the next novel in this series with thin restraint.

Unlike many YA-PR books, The Lost Saint remains clean enough for young teens so the “hotter romance” description above is a bit misleading compared to The Wolves of Mercy Falls, Vampire Academy, Twilight and The House of Night novels (other YA favorites of mine). The yearning and sensuality are comparable to Eclipse (my fave of The Twilight Saga) as well as the inspirational perspectives on love, honor and social responsibility woven in, but its best features are the captivating, memorable and well-paced storyline packed with well-developed relate-able characters, delivering a complex plot that’s not hard to follow but keeps you guessing from the edge of your seat.  The Lost Saint is a highly recommended must read!  Buy the Hardcover edition

Equally compelling is the spectacular job of narration (acting!) that Eileen Stevens delivers, bringing these characters to life with movie-quality substance especially throughout the climactic scenes.  A rare performance of a Best YA-PR Book of the Year contender.  Listen to a Sample of the MP3 Audiobook

IF Book Review of INFINITY: Chronicles of Nick by Sherrilyn Kenyon

INFINITY: Chronicles of Nick
Sherrilyn Kenyon

a Dark-Hunter series off-shoot (spawn
)
Released May 25, 2010

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IMMORTAL FICTION REVIEW

I absolutely loved this book! strong characters, great storyline, humor, and suspense. An excellent way for young adults to dive into Sherrilyn Kenyon’s masterful mixing of ancient mythology into the modern mayhem of paranormal adventure worthy of today’s fast paced reader consumption!

I can’t wait for more stories of what I expect to become the remaining nine objectives Nick must learn to become fully self-aware and controlled with regards to his undiscovered talents and abilities. That’s the best I can do without spoiling anything at this point!

This book is a special treat for those of us who already know and love many of the characters woven into this story from all the other Dark-Hunter, Were-Hunter and Dream-Hunter novels by the brilliant and mysterious Sherrilyn Kenyon! Take a break from reality and visit (New Orleans) Gautier style. Continue reading

IF Book Review of Spirit Bound, Vampire Academy 5 by Richelle Mead

Spirit Bound bookSpirit Bound, Vampire Academy #5
by Richelle Mead

5 Star Review by Immortal Fiction

Vampire Academy has been my all time favorite series the past 2 years and this one was a wonderful read, though I have to say the 2nd & 3rd are still my favorites. I thoroughly enjoyed this book all the way through. But I must say I was unsettled, unfulfilled by the end. I felt like it was missing the final chapter or one just prior to the final chapter. Continue reading