It's such an amazing story! I love it! I'm really into stories with werewolfs and I have to say this is one of the better ones! I've found myself reading till late at night (it's currently 2:05 am) and I can't wait to read your other novels!
A storm of applause to Nicky Charles and The Mating!
I love this story, butI have to admit I like this one more than the previous one! Can't wait to read The Finding! And I have to say that I will surely read these stories many more times.
Having read a lot of werewolf stories and if I had to compare I would say these stories are on par with Patricia Brigg's Mercy Thompson series if not even better than those books!
Praise to Nicky Charles!!!
Looking forward to reading The Finding!
Loved the book, just loved it! It's an awazing book that fits in with the two other amazing books! Enjoyed every moment while I was reading it. Found myself smiling and smirking, frowning and almost crying at one time. But I have to admit I liked The Keeping better, but I love the story none the less!
Another applause for the author!
I really really liked this! Very enjoyable and thrilling - found myself reading until 3 am last night.
I have to say that I don't mind the coincidences since it's what's gets the story rolling (even though they are highly unlikely to happen in real life but wth it's a great story!)!
I'm very much looking forward to Kaje Harper's next novel.
OMG!! I love this! I want to reread it and I've just finished it! I really wasn't what I had expected but I loved it none the less!
I did wonder, though, why Bloodraven didn't even consider the fact that Yhalen could have slit his throat the night he escaped, and maybe appreciate it or at least wonder a little as to why Yhalen didn't.
This was such an amazing read. I'm normally not into sci-fi but this one was great. Can't wait for the sequel! Everything about this story sucked me in - the characters, the romance, the erotic scenes, the storyline - just everything! It can only receive 5 stars!
Applause to the author.
Oh. My. Freaking. God! This is just sooo good! The story totally sucked me in. I just love this, and it's definitely a story I will be reading over and over again! It really captivated me. It's really original and exiting. I've been glued to my computer screen since I began to read this. But I have to say the summary doesn't quite fit the story and the font differs from time to time which distracted me at times. Anyway this is such an amazing story that I have to say "READ IT!"
5 stars for an extraordinary story that has it all! Roaring applause to the author!!
on Aug. 23, 2011
Nice to know how Vereint got his powers, and that's definitely not in the traditional way he got it.
A realy enjoyable story. I was entertained from the first page. I really liked the story and the characters, the twists that make the story exciting and give it action.
I definitely recommend this one! Both to the superhero fans and those that aren't.
I liked this story, the aspect of an outed super hero. Which problems comes with a super hero dating a normal human, and how super heroes are people who can feel the same range of emotions like everyone else.
I would have liked it to be longer, but it's enjoyable and worth the read.
I was a little hesitant about reading this story since it's in the '50s and I'm not all that into historical stories, but it seemed interesting and the story had me captured from the first page! I couldn't tear my eyes away from my computer and finished it in a day.
I liked the plot, the setting (and yes, even the historical part which wasn't very conspicuous) and the characters.
Overall it's highly recommendable and hugely intertaining
I had to read this, I mean how often does merpeople and werewolfs end up in the same story?
I loved the story and it's twists. I laughed and I grinned like an idiot while reading this, and it's definitely worth the price!
I read this one after reading Bloodraven so I had high expectations and I wasn't let down in the slightest! I was captured immediatly and I loved it just as much as I loved Bloodraven.
I have to say; Future readers, beware, once you've started you can't leave until you've finished reading!
I really liked this one. I liked the elements in the story and how difficult it can be when two species clashes and you're smack in the middle of it, and still remain true to yourself no matter how difficult it is. The story also portrayes how it feels to feel attracted to two opposites who're as different as the sun and the moon - the day and the night.
A very recommendable read.
I love the way Ann Somerville tells her stories and I also really enjoyed reading this. But I'm retracting a star because of the jump in time near the end. I was so into the story and wanted to know what happened next faster than I could read, so I got really disappointed when that sudden "jump" came. I feel like Somerville cut corners by doing that and it almost dropped the story on the floor for me. I would really have loved to have read the changes "upclose" instead of getting it told as a short chronicle. But but but that is my only complaint - I loved this and I recommend reading it.
Once again, I love Ann Somerville's stories, and that includes this one, how she tells them. She's able to bring so much into her tales, and this one brought up so many different contrasting subjects I've yet to see the like off.
An amazing tale of how friendship and affection can blossom despite the differences in species and languages.
The story had a lot of feeling and I cried and laughed and felt dread an anticipation at certain settings.
Again I have to recommend a great story by Ann Somerville.
Yet another amazing read from Somerville.
I loooved how the story itself is seperated in two main parts. The first part is seperated in smaller stories each a case for Javen to solve (in the first ones he's alone, but gains friends along the way as he solves cases), and how all these small ones get interwoven along the way and lead up to the second part which is the inevitable clash between two populations.
I agree that I would have liked the romance to develop before those last 25-30 pages, but I think it's a natural flow considering Shardul's character. You get hints here and there from Shardul and I found it really funny and intertaining how akward Shardul is at times towards Javen.
It's a unique story which I haven't seen the like of before. I can't say this is Somerville's best novel because she has written so many amazing novels but she is definitely one of my favorite writers of all time and this story is a perfect example of how brilliant an author she is.
Wow, I mean wow. This is one really great story.
The characters are amazing, the setting is amazing, the plot and the story - everything about this one is just amazing. I can't believe nobody's read it yet but then I'm the first to read and comment on it.
At first I thought that Alex's powers would develop rapidly and he would have trouble with them but that's not how it happened. I liked how he got them and how he handles his problems.
I adored Cindy - she's so great in how she handles her life and everything aroundher, and I found the relationship between Cindy and Alex realistic.
Glenn Bullion has written this so well and phrased everything just so, makes this story believable, as if it could happen in real life.
You know you've read a great story when you're sorry to see it end, which I am, but it ends with a hope of a sequel.
I like this one but I felt like there was some things that were hinted at but we didn't get around to have it explained enough so the story confused me at times. Otherwise a good read.
Hope to see more of this unlikely couple and how they handle their next obstacles together.
Latakia is a great novel wich I highly recommend! It's definitely worth more than you pay, so give it a try, you won't regret it!
I love the characters and the whole plot, just everything about it. I've been thinking about it on and of since I finished reading it, and that just shows what an inpact it had on me and how great a story JF Smith has created. I will, without a doubt, be reading this one again.
Praise to JF Smith for this fantastic story!
I really adored this one. How unexpected and unfair life can be, how a young man has to become a whole other person because of a horrible accident, but how, in the end, the selfsame person can have his fortune turn for the better and he can once again be who he was supposed to be from the beginning.
I loved the dynamics of the relationship between Carlos, Antoine and Malcom and the one between Cassidy, Denny and Lindsay - they seemed so genuine and authentic and you could really feel how they loved each other.
It's definitely a story I will be reading again in the future.
OMG! I loved this! But on the other hand I hated how Ren and Dek were estranged. I loved them as a couple in "Cold Frot", so the way their relationship had deteriorated had my skin crawling. Anyway, no matter how much it rubbed me the wrong way, I could see how likely it was when two strong and determined personalities clash like Ren and Dek obviously did.
The love/hate I have for this story makes me give this story 4.5 stars. I would have given it 5 stars, but because I really really didn't like their relationship makes me retract half a star. Just can't help it. All of this is my personal opinion and it should definitely not discourage others from reading this, because it's a wonderful but depressing story, but a great way of ending this story.
Applause for another impeccable story by Ann Somerville, one of my favorite authors!
Wow Loved the story, loved the characters, loved the world - loved it all. Hate that the next one's not out so I can continue on this wonderful story. Guess I just have to wait for the continuation.
I have a bad habit of starting on series I come to love, but have to wait impatiently for the next to be released. This story confirms it. Can't wait, it's unfair of Kaine to end the story with such a cliffhanger!
Like the other stories of Glenn Bullion A Witch to Live had me thoroughly captivated an fascinated from the first page. I read it all in a day and a half- I simply couldn't tear myself away!
Yet again I adore Bullion's characters, how he portraits them, how they start out and how through the novel they become stronger as they surpass the hurdles that come their way. All his characters seems so believable, so down to earth.
I love that Victoria from Demonspawn is one of the main characters in this one. In my review of Demonspawn I wrote that it ended with the hope of a sequel and I like how Bullion weaves some of the characters from Demonspawn into A Witch to Live. We get to know somewhat what happened with the characters from Demonspawn after the story ended since A Witch to Live is a story happening in the same world a year after the end of Demonspawn, but in different surroundings and with a whole different set of troubles.
And and and - The ending! I loved it!
This is definitely a novel I will read again!
Applause to the author!!