Eclectic, cross-genre mood reader (but of late, mostly erotica, romance & para/UF—including m/m & ménage). At times, the realities of life & work tend to dictate how UNreal a world I choose for an escape.
Fair warning: I may walk like a lady but I cuss like a salty sailor. ^.~
LENGTH: 427 (MMP pgs)
HEAT LEVEL (content): sexy-hot (m/f vanilla; frank but not overly explicit/graphic)
PUBLISHER (pub date): Forever/GCP/Hachette (Dec 2013)
SERIES INFO (timeline): Darkest London #4 (almost 2yrs after #3)
Best in series thus far!
Very quick thoughts b/c I’ve got several books to read before I can return to this series and read “Evernight” (book #5) prior to the Feb 24th release of “Soulbound” (book #6).
In a nutshell, I’m thoroughly loving this series. So *really* fortunate that I managed to get over hump re: “Firelight” (book #1), due to fantastic narration (IMHO, ‘voice acting’ truly applies here) by Moira Quirk. [More specifics re: that to be in forthcoming recap of books #1-3, probably by this weekend.] I’m so impressed by Ms. Quirk that I’ve stayed w/ audio for all books―which is *very* unusual for me b/c ABs usually take me 3-4x longer.
The MCs in “Shadowdance” were introduced in the previous books