Jennifer Malone Wright is best known for her short story series, The Vampire Hunter’s Daughter. Other works include the follow up to The Vampire Hunter’s Daughter series called The Arcadia Falls Chronicles and her vampire novel called The Birth of Jaiden. Jennifer also co-authors a series called Once Upon A Zombie Apocalypse as well as another project which hasn’t been announced yet.
She resides in the beautiful mountains of northern Idaho with her husband and five children where she practices preparing for the zombie apocalypse. Just kidding!
But seriously, between the craziness of taking care of her children, Jennifer has little time left for herself. The time she does have left, usually leading far into the night, is spent working on her beloved fiction or chatting with her equally crazy friends.
Jennifer also loves coffee, has a passionate affair with red bull, wishes the sushi were better where she lives and dances while she cleans.
By Jennifer Malone Wright
Published: April 13, 2014.
Society now knows of the vampires that roam the world. The creatures of the night no longer hide from humans. Instead, they are attacking on the streets, in plain view; either killing them or turning them into one of their own.
The second installment of Once Upon a Zombie Apocalypse continues as Jade and Kylee fight their way out of Virginia Beach and head toward the Mason Dixon line. There, they hope to find Kylee’s family alive and well.
The sixth installment of The Vampire Hunter’s Daughter begins right where the fifth part left off, with Chloe and her friends running for their lives as they escape the dungeons below Trevor’s home. Chloe lights their way through the darkness, but they emerge into a bloody battle with her vampire nemesis and his minions.
In the fifth installment of The Vampire Hunter’s Daughter, Chloe has been forced to make her decision to leave the community earlier than anticipated. To keep her family safe, she leaves with the vampire Trevor, who she had previously discovered was her father and the man responsible for her mother’s murder.
In the fourth installment of The Vampire Hunter’s Daughter, Chloe and the other vampire hunters are suffering the aftermath of the vampire attack on their community. Many hunters were injured, and loved ones were murdered. More than that, there is a loss of security and peace since the hunters' safe haven was breached and invaded. Chloe and Drew struggle just to get along and understand each other
In the second installment of The Vampire Hunter’s Daughter, Chloe Kallistrate’s life has been turned upside down. After witnessing the vampire attack that left her mother dead, she's adopted by her grandfather into a community of vampire hunters. Although she is directly descended from ancient, powerful vampire hunters, the rigorous training schedule begins to break her down.
Fourteen-year-old Chloe witnesses her mother’s murder at the hands of a vampire.
With vengeance in her soul, Chloe is even more determined to follow through on her vow when she discovers the true identity of her enemy and how he is connected to her.
Dark Promises: A Novella
on June 13, 2011
I purchased the novella, Dark Promises, by Christie Silvers because I have read her entire Alex and Fiona series and really enjoyed it. Christie Silvers writes paranormal romance and we all know that paranormal is my favorite genre to read.
So, there is only one word for Dark Promises and that is HOT! The first thing I need to say is that it is absolutely not for young adults, it is erotica. I don’t normally read erotica because a lot of what you find doesn’t have a good story line, but Dark Promises has a super story line that keeps the reader intrigued.
In Dark Promises Sabrina desperately wants her longtime vampire boyfriend, Joshua to change her. He has promised that he will, but then they are suddenly attacked when they get a surprise visit from Joshua’s disgruntled brother.
I’m not going to leave any spoilers, but if you like a hot, sexy read that actually has a good storyline then you should definitely read Dark Promises.
The Dragon Whore
on June 15, 2011
The Dragon Whore by Richard I. Prescott was a great read for a short story. It isn’t horribly graphic so you can’t judge a book by its title. In this short story Richard I. Prescott takes us into Amsterdam and Thorne House, where the whores aren’t merely prostitutes, they are artists. Sir Fredrick Lurmack becomes drawn to Jeanski, who is kind to him, but does not choose him for her companion each night. In the midst of Lurmack trying to get a night with Jeanski his assistant disappears without a trace.
I found this story intriguing because I don’t normally read short stories that sit well with me; I’m really sort of a novel length kind of girl. The end was good enough to leave me wondering, but not so much that I was angry it ended because I wanted more.
The other two stories, The Witch of Snowdonia and A Cold Heart were good too. My favorite of all three was The Dragon Whore, but I did like The Witch of Snowdonia quite a bit because it gave an insight into the main character and the witch, I don’t really want to say a whole lot because the story is so short and I don’t want to give anything away. But it is good.
I’ll say, for the last story, A Cold Heart, that I totally love the idea of an entire town being unexpectedly iced over. That was an excellent concept, but A Cold Heart took a lot more to keep my attention than the other two did.
on Nov. 13, 2011
This little book is so great. I loved it! I am a frequent reader of Tammy Lee Morris and her freelance work, so her love of zombies is well known with me. Tammy Lee Morris wrote this little book and it works almost as a guide on how to deal with any situation you might find yourself in with a zombie.
My favorite parts of “Spaztastic Zombies,” were the zombie beauty tips and games you can play with zombies. The games you can play with zombies part actually made me think of those commercials for “Messin with Sasquatch.”
If you like zombies, or even if you don’t, and you need a good laugh you should give this one a try.
Also, if you are anticipating a zombie apocalypse and need some tips or a guide, then you should pick this up because it is chalk full of useful information. There is even a little bit of history about zombies.
I am completely shocked that I hadn't read this book before! I am totally taken with the characters, the story, everything. I love how Willow Cross writes! Her writing is fluid and she takes us through a story well. Birthright begins with Liz going before the council, but then it takes us back to her memory of how she got there. Let me tell you, it’s not easy to pull this off and she did a great job with doing it a few times in the beginning to let us know how Liz got where she was and also where the story was going. Loved it and props for pulling that off without a hitch.
Ok! Love me some vampires and some witches!
Also, I’m going to say again that I love fight scenes and there are a few in this book. So, I was happy with them.
I have to say that my favorite part of this book is the vampire connection with the vampire and the maker. I love this. For some it is of a parent and child, for some it is a connection of lovers, and no one else can come close to the connection that a vampire and their maker have. The connected vampires have a psychic connection as well. This part of the book, is literally the love story for me. Even the vampires who are connected as parent and child…the connection is basically the essence of their being. I’m very impressed with the story Willow Cross has given us here.
The story in Birthright comes full circle and leaves us satisfied, but wanting more from the author. I highly recommend her books. I also finished Oceans of Red and that was great too.
Oceans of Red was a great read. I have been really getting into the post apocalyptic stories lately and I was very surprised when I picked up Oceans of Red because it was different from the rest. This book, is not about zombies taking over or anything, it’s about demons invading the human race. I like it when I get a nice change of pace from what I’ve been reading.
So anyway. I loved Remy and her character. I’ve been around military since I’ve been married, 11 years now, so I thought Willow Cross did a great job with Remy’s father being military and how his way of controlling everything just wasn’t working against the demons.
I absolutely loved the relationship between Remy, Greg, and Shane. These three are wonderful siblings, but I have to say that I think Shane might be my favorite because she is the underdog, the one everyone underestimates because she is small and hasn’t been allowed to fight. But, the girl is a genius! And besides being smart, she can do all sorts of other cool things like hypnosis!
Oceans of Red is kind of short, more of a novella. But, I’ve really been into reading novella’s lately anyway because I’ve been so busy.
I am a huge fan of fight scenes in books and Willow Cross did a great job with the fight scenes. I’m working on one of her other books, Birth Right, right now, and it has some great fight scenes in it too. I am very critical of fight scenes because I like to see them play out like I would in a movie and I wasn’t disappointed with them in this book.