Flawed Gods is believable enough to be true, with well defined, realistic characters and background information. Diverse enough for eveyone to enjoy. Step out of the box and start the rollercoater. Fun, interesting and a little bizarre. Five stars for oginality.
An interesting, well thought out concept, with plenty of action. All the characters are vividly described and I found the use of reincarnation and time travel, to reunite the main couple, both of whom are volatile, plausible, plausible and creditable. The way vampires are portrayed is refreshing. I was particularly impressed with the way they, along with those who had previously hunted them, changed their attitudes and opinions towards each other. Human qualities and individuality are clearly expressed, the small, endearing touches adding to the realism.
Blood Thirst (#2 in The Blood Thirst Series)
on May 08, 2013
Blood Thirst was not a disappointment. Concentrating on her characters, Stephanie has managed to make them increasingly real and endearing. Involvement with humans has added diversity, whilst the family itself has united, differences acknowledged and accepted. Imaginative and amusing, at times, some confrontations are quite intense and understandably violent, given the attributes of the combatants. And. I did, actually, want to slap Beck for being so foolish, at the end. Read it straight through, am impressed and can't wait for next part.